Need help with understanding HDTV's? Here is a little thing to help you.
High Definition Multimedia Interface: a digital connection that carries video and audio signals from HDMI-equipped DVD player to a TV/Projector. Better than DVI-D.
An analogue connection superior to RGB Scart, S-Video or composite. Consists of three coloured leads (red, green and blue).
Delivers images in one hit, as opposed to interlanced, which staggers the information in alternate line. Results in the smooth, flicker-free picture.
Boosting a video signal to match the resolution of a display. Some budget DCD players can scale a standard DVD picture (576 lines of info) to 770p or 1080i. Some high-end models can manage 1080p.
High Definition Digital Versatile Disc. Next gen, hi-def DVD format and rival to Blu-Ray. HD DVD's are made using a similar production process to standard DVD's and discs currently have 30GB max capacity.