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so I recently purchased an AQUOS 37" LCD TV and found that although I have an built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC Tuners, the sharpusa.com website states I can get DTV...but not HDTV over-the-air broadcasts. I felt like an idiot 'cause I was just about to but an antenna (I mostly need broadband internet, I barely watch TV...I'll save the money...)
so here's my question: would I be able to tune into terrestrial HDTV but it'll just be "downgraded" to 480p? Or would I get nothing at all?
I know I can purchase an HDTV tuner from Samsung (http://www.samsung.com/products/digitalsettopbox/hdtvtuners/index.asp)
but I'd really rather not.
anyone have any ideas or insight on this? I got the TV for a good price...so I'm not looking forward to returning it...