If you want that movie theater experience that your t.v. will diliver. You must upgrade to the hi-def system install a h.d.m.i. cable and order the hi-def programming Hi-def programming is very cheap and well worth it. But before you upgrade, why not check out Dish network. Usually a lot cheaper and many more hi-def packages to choise from the dish is also very flexable you can stick up an outside antenna and get your local hi-def channels free I have the hi-def [ackage and VOOM with Dish net. only $15.00 extra per month and with the built in over the air hi-def tuner I receive 18 local digital channels 8 are hi-def good luck steweee
I am currently running my HDTV signal straight from my coax cable line supplied from Cox. I am NOT using a cable box since I do not need the menu information or On-Demand/Pay-per-View features. Am I losing out on any HD signal clarity or sharpness by not running the signal through a cable box and then through an HDMI or DVI cable? In other words, would the picture be any better than what I have now if I ran the signal through a cable box?