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Here's a no-brainer to start your day off with. Super Bowl XLI (41 for all you non-Romans out there) increased HDTV sales. We know it's shocking and all but the real question is how many of the estimated 2.5 million HDTV sold actually enjoyed the game in 1080i? We did our part but it really is up to

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February 5, 2007 at 9:15AM
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The big game is almost upon us and Engadget HD readers know all too well how many people out there have HDTVs, but aren't watching HD and since many of us will be at Super Bowl parties, it is our duty to make sure the HDTVs are setup properly.If you think the HDTV is setup properly it doesn't hurt t

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CBS isn't resting on its reputation for quality HDTV broadcasts during the regular NFL season, as this Broadcasting & Cable article reveals its plans for Super Bowl XLI. Hopefully the person who counted all 47 HD cameras they plan to use during the game isn't the same person who thinks the match

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