Cable TV Support
What is the difference between High Definition (HD) and Digital?
Digital Television (DTV) refers to a signal that is transmitted digitally and allows Midco® to support more than one channel in the signal output or bandwidth, as opposed to analog which only allows for a single channel per signal.
High definition (HD) is an enhanced digital signal, offering a significant difference in visual and audio quality in comparison to digital programming. You can enjoy a higher screen resolution for a clearer and sharper picture and a wider screen format for more vivid colors and better action. In addition, televisions with Dolby digital sound are considered to have a superior high-definition audio as well.