Welcome to TalkHDTV

Welcome to Talk HDTV - the new home of HDTVs on the web. The site is currently under development but we are proud to say that the guide to HDTV is up and available.

High-definition television (or HDTV) is video that has resolution substantially higher than that of traditional television systems (standard-definition TV, or SDTV, or SD). HDTV has one or two million pixels per frame, roughly five times that of SD.


Recent Posts

3DTV, fad or future?

Firstly, I am unsure whether it is actually correct to call 3DTV a fad as the popularity of the technology in the market place is rather low at the moment. However if the price decreases, will it become the norm? In my opinion - No. 3DTV seems like a (desperate?) marketing ploy. Wearing glasses... [read more]

The BBC explain how to make HD copies to Blu-ray

HD and Blu-ray are two devices currently being enjoyed by those keen on their gadgets. But one day soon they'll be the norm and one of the ways this might happen is if the ability to watch something when you've missed is there. As consumers we are quickly getting used to media at our convenience, which... [read more]

New research says public not ready to buy HDTVs

New research has come out from Buckingham Research, which provides some interesting insight into the HDTV market in the UK. One of the most important facts to be established was that although nearly all the people questioned (99%) were aware of the existence of HDTV (hardly surprising), only 11% of... [read more]