Learn how to pick, install & benefit from HDTV. Buying a new high definition TV involves many choices, some budget driven and some aesthetic. Screen size, features, brands, cabinets and many other things affect the price of an HDTV and you don't want to end up with the wrong TV so it pays to do a little homework before selecting one. HDTV Made Easy organizes the process into clear, logical steps that will help you to make a smart decision. HDTV stands for High Definition Television - a format that allows you to view a picture on your HDTV with a lot more detail and with better sound than on a standard TV. The signal carries more information and thus enables a clearer picture with a higher resolution. To benefit from your HDTV it needs to be set up and wired properly. You'll generally need to have special equipment from a cable or satellite service provider to view HD programs in high definition. HDTV Made Easy shows you how to compare picture quality, all types of HDTVs including Plasmas, LCDs and front and rear projectors, screen sizes versus viewing distances, aspect ratios, resolution, progressive and interlaced formats, color comparisons, obtaining HDTV programming and special features. HDTV Made Easy will help you put together your HDTV installation and help avoid costly mistakes in purchasing your new HDTV. Subjects covered include: Introduction, HDTV Location, HDTV Basics, Sound, Screen Size, Types of HDTV, HDTV Program Sources, Specifications, Features, Comparing Picture Quality, HDTV Extras, Setup, Conclusion.