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Originally posted by St Udio
(to my eye)
are horrendous... the color is way too gaudy & unnatural...
like a gaming animation...
Dr. Perter Utz
One problem with HDTV: There is so much detail in the picture that it requires very high frequencies to transmit the information. In the analog world, it would require the equivalent of five TV channels to broadcast just one HDTV image.
Analog TV signals consist of vibrating electronic waves. Every detail in a picture is represented by a vibration. The more details you have, the more vibrations the wave must make. There is a limit to how many vibrations you can pack into a 6 MHz TV channel, which explains why HDTV doesn't fit in normal analog TV channel allotments.