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Hi-Def Facilities

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brad fisher
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Is there any benefit in introducing a Forum related to Hi-Def television? My place is currently planning a Hi-Def studio, and there are so many questions to address regarding equipment selection, SD compatibility, monitoring etc. What do the administrators (and others) think?

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[quote="mtiffee"]What about HD Analog?[/quote] 1125 Rules! MUSE Rules! :)

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mtiffee
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[quote="TV-Man"]I Agree on a HD Forum as Analog is History and Digital is on it's Way Out It is All About HD Now[/quote] What about HD Analog?
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I Agree on a HD Forum as Analog is History and Digital is on it's Way Out It is All About HD Now
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Hi Brad, Excellent idea. We actually had a Hi Def forum before we switched to the new forum code. It didn't have that much traffic, so we didn't transfer it over. But, it's easy enough to do, if people so desire. Let's see what others have to say. . .