Regular analog cable is SD video, when you watch it on a HDTV you get the Cool Aid effect of using 4 quarts of water instead of 2 quarts of water. It's just not going to be as good.
When you get your HD cable box all the HD programs should look great, then non HD/SD will look about the same as they do now, maybe a little better. John
Ok, so we recently purchased a High-definiton plasma TV. We currently have regular analog cable. The picture on the display doesn't look that great. We are upgrading to digital cable w/ the high definition package. I know the few HD channels we get will look great. What about the others? Will the digital cable look better than the analog cable? Its a Samsung HPS4253 plasma TV. We are going to use an HDMI cable to connect the cable box to the TV.
Also does anyone know the resolution broadcast on analog cable and the resolution on non-HD digital cable?