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The IHC Memorial Clinic (health-care facility) has a fairly new LCD in their patient waiting area. It's always had "Disney" on it, due to concerns about kids' viewing.

The just got a Comcast "freebie" box, which is now taped to the bottom of the wall-hung set with about a half roll of clear packing tape. So, not only is it not HDTV, it's getting a channel-3 NTSC feed.

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TGI Friday's bar in Valencia Calilfornia. Read HD from ESPN.

The TGI Fridays in Simi Valley, CA had HD on one TV and SD on another. The HD was delayed maybe a second over the SD. Every time we cheered for a basket on the SDTV a short while later those watching the HDTV cheered also.

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The TGIF's in Methuen MA has TEN TVS with HD on ALL OF THEM!
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Did I really type "read HD from ESPN"? Dam i cn't tipe wurf a craap!

How can we say "the digital transition is complete" when thousands of low power stations are still broadcasting in analog?
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Accompanied my visiting folks to their suite at a NJ Embassy Suites hotel (Secaucus). The two-room suite has a 32" Sharp Aquos LCD on each room (no model number but they look to be about two/three years old) with approx. 30-35 channels (locals, HBO, ESPN, etc.), all SD and controlled by two generic controllers that are a pain in the arse. Just turning on the TV is a chore, and changing channels/volume is a feat. The folks didn't seem to mind but if I were paying for a suite and got such crappy SD channels I'd ask for a rebate. We hooked-up their Blu-ray compatible laptop (which they didn't know was a BD laptop until I pointed it out to them) because I just HAPPENED to have an HDMI cable with me at the time (for real! ) and watched a couple of minutes of "Avatar" (they brought it along because they didn't want it anymore and were giving it to me), just to see that the Aquos was capable of displaying quality high-def (which it was). True story!
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Just came home from a 1 week cruise on the Norwegian Dawn out of NYC to Bermuda, and while the ship was nice , the tv's were hideous. A 13" tube TV in our mini-suite. It was a Philips 240V European TV ( Germany?). And even the signal was bad. It appears to get the signal via satellite, but it looks as if the picture is sped up. Anotherwords when watching sports,it looks like the action is happening in fast motion. Maybe this has to do with the 50 to 60 Hz conversion.
The bars did have a flatscreen, but it was SD stretch-o-vision.
When we came back home, the brand new Norwegian Epic was docked next to us. Man is this thing huge! I'm sure they went through the trouble to get HD on that boat.
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I'll take the chance to bash the Dodgers, 10'' CRTs around the stadium where it isn't the Field Level and even half of that is used for ad space The Top of the park store has what look like 26'' LCDs but they don't show the game in HD!! Every other park i've been to in the state has 26'' or so LCDs showing the game in HD around the whole stadium. The Staples Center just got that overhaul not too long ago.

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I'll take the chance to bash the Dodgers, 10'' CRTs around the stadium where it isn't the Field Level and even half of that is used for ad space The Top of the park store has what look like 26'' LCDs but they don't show the game in HD!! Every other park i've been to in the state has 26'' or so LCDs showing the game in HD around the whole stadium. The Staples Center just got that overhaul not too long ago.

Does Petco Park in San Diego still have the side-by-side SDTV/HDTV units around the place?

FYI, when the park opened for the 2004 season, the Padres had just started broadcasting games in HD and in several places inside Petco, they placed std. def. TVs next to HDTVs so you could compare the picture. Caused a big spike in sales of HDTV units (and HD subscriptions to both Cox and Time-Warner providers)
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Stayed in a Days Inn on Connecticut Ave recently in Washington D.C and the room had a 32 inch sharp television with loads of HD channels. Stayed in a Hilton in Bethesda, Maryland a few days after that and it was a dell television with no HD channels. Didn't see that coming.
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Buffalo Wild Wings in Tomball today. Lot of nice big screen HDTVs. Only a fraction of them were actually HD. NFL Sunday Ticket in some awful stretch vision and funhouse mirror effects. Disappointing. Did have Red Zone in HD on the TV next to me which is the best thing about ST
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Kelly's Public House have Vizio TV's with D* and real HD. I also went to Doolittles in Alexandria, MN a while back, and they too had real HD on their flat screen plasma sets.
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I "Fix" TV's in Bars & Resultants all the time. When channel changing someone forgets the HD station or the input is set wrong. Many, many public TVs are setup wrong.
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Great Wolf Lodge Poconos ,PA

SD tube TV's in the rooms and 4:3 flat panel TVs in the 'Kid Cabin" rooms.
A few LCD's in the "Loose Moose Cottage" restaraunt, but had an SD signal.

The only lone HDTV was at the "Camp Critter" bar. Thank God for that because I was watching the Vikings/Saints game that night.
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Hyatt Regency hotel in Santa Clara CA (site of the California Extreme classic arcade game show and across the street from Great America amusement park). Real HD in the bar (showing Comcast Sports Bay Area when I was there). LG HDTVs with only stretched SD in the rooms. Interestingly, the tv said that some of the channels were digital. I am gesssing that the hotel's MATV system is passing analog channels in analog, some clear QAM channels in digital, and encrypted QAM channels in analog via a Comcast DTA and a device to change the frequency from channel 3 to the MATV channel.

Golden West Casino (really a poker room) in Bakersfield CA. Numerous HDTVs served by Bright House (same as I have at home), cable connected directly to the tv sets. Sports on local channels sometimes tuned to the clear QAM HD channel, sometimes tuned to the analog channel. If they are changing channels to FOX, for example, if going upward 6 comes before 6-1, so they stop there on analog, but if going down 6-1 comes before 6, so they stop there on digital. If manually entering the number, plain 6 is easier to type than 6-1, so they tune in the analog. There are probably a lot of people who chance channels this lazy way.

How can we say "the digital transition is complete" when thousands of low power stations are still broadcasting in analog?
LOW POWER ANALOG NEEDS TO DIE NOW!!!
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Thirteen posts earlier I noted the difference between the SD TVs and the HDTVs in the Simi Valley, CA TGI Fridays. Well they ripped out all the SD TVs and put in all HDTVs. They actually show HD content on them. I asked the waitress about the change. She told me that one day the old TVs were there on the structure above the bar and the next day the SD TVs and structure was gone and replaced with HDTVs at the end of the bar.

Goes to show what you can do it you put your mind to it.

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Happy to report that the Marriott Bloor in Toronto now has HD programming! All four major US networks, several Canadian networks (including one in French), and Sportsnet. The only disappointment was that TSN (the Canadian ESPN) is still SD.

But a great improvement and it made TV watching fun.


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Checked into the Marriott - Bloor in Toronto.

LG 37" with an OnCommand system. Only the same lousy analog channels that they've always had at this hotel. No HD at all.

Frankly with the lousy quality of the signals, it looked better on the old tube TV.

Once again, a waste of a decent TV.

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Hampton Inn in Santa Cruz, CA has 37" LG HDTV's with analog stretch-o-vision, but no HD to be found. The in room DVD players are hooked up via composite. They did give you the LG remote, so you could change it, to have it not stretch, but when you turned the TV back on, it reverted back to stretch-o-vision .

Hampton Inn in San Marcos, CA has HDTV's with real HD programming, and they openly advertise it. I haven't been there, but they do offer it.
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At the Holiday at the Mall of America they had 2 HDTVs in the suite. Both were set to stretch. Set them to "screen fill set by programing". Then 4x3 was 4x3 and HD filled the screen. Was fine. When TV was turned off and on again default was stretch again.

However, when a HD channel was selected it automatically showed the HD version.

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Bo Brooks Restaurant in Baltimore: two HDTVs on the wall in the bar area, probably around 42", showing ESPN HD.

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I'll take the time to mention a Hawaiin BBQ nearby, i thought it was pretty funny that they had 32'' or so sets hung up with SD STB taped to them
Not the only place i've seen that, saw in a dentist's office too, you would think if you are paying for cable you can at least get the HD box...or maybe it's too heavy to tape to the TV? lol

Big ups to Round Table in Whittier....or was it La Habra? Somewhere out there, big rear projection showing the games in HD, makes you want to go in there....or maybe just live in the place
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Does Petco Park in San Diego still have the side-by-side SDTV/HDTV units around the place?

Went there last year and they only had HD sets.

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We stayed at the Mandarin Oriental in Boston this weekend. 42" HD LCD screen. Almost all of the ~30 channels were HD (with the glaring exception of the SD, windowboxed, pixelated hotel promo loop that the TV was set to when we arrived). Even more intriguing was the ability to have a PS3 delivered to your room if you called and asked for one. There was an HDMI cable and a power cord ready to be plugged into it. We didn't actually ask for one to see if they had a selection of games or blu-ray movies to go along with it, though.
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I've been to a few places this fall, more HDTVs popping up. Many newly renovated Marriott Fairfield Inns have 32'' LCD TVs now, with HD locals and a few channels like TNT HD, ESPNHD, HBOHD. The Water Club hotel in Altantic City(part of Borgata casino complex) has wall mounted Sony 42'' LCDs, with close to 25 HD channels, very impressive selection for a hotel. The TVs even have your name on them when you turn it on, as part of the Welcome screen that shows current weather, etc.

Anyone on the East coast who has heard of Wegmans, two of their newest stores in Southeast PA(Malvern and Collegeville) build in 2009 and 2010 have a nice big 42'' LCD in the "timber room"(couches/chairs, more relaxed setting) above the fireplace where you can sit and eat your meal. It's always on ESPNHD or ESPNEWSHD, never stretch-o-vision. Also the new "Pub" restaurant inside the store has TVs at the bar, always on HD sporting channels(I believe they have Comcast).
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McDonalds and Burger King near me both have HD sets.

Both are tuned to CNN (though the McDonalds one has been on Fox news)

McD's is SD BK is HD!
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Brick Bodies fitness center in Baltimore put new HDTVs on the wall and are now showing stretchovision instead of the previous 4:3. Yay. Probably just left them on the default setting.

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Nov. 15, 2010, 8:00 a.m. EST

Time Warner Cable Business Class Launches HD Video for Hospitality Service for New York City Hotels

--HD Video for Hospitality Enables High-Definition Video Service Upgrade without Purchase of Headend Equipment --Company Participates in 'International Hotel, Motel and Restaurant Show' November 15 and 16, Booth 2647

NEW YORK, Nov. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Hotels within the New York City area now have a more cost-effective way to deliver guests reliable, high-definition (HD) TV programming with the launch of HD Video for Hospitality from Time Warner Cable Business Class, the B2B arm of Time Warner Cable. HD Video for Hospitality is a dedicated video service that enables hotels to offer in-room HD Cable TV programming without having to purchase, install and maintain expensive headend equipment within the hotel.

HD Video for Hospitality offers a dedicated feed of 60 HD channels available over Time Warner Cable Business Class' reliable, high-speed, wholly-owned network and is geared towards larger-sized hotels with more than 100 rooms. Using encryption standards that are compatible with the industry's largest movie on-demand system providers, such as LodgeNet, HD Video for Hospitality connects directly with in-room HD TVs to offer guests the highest quality viewing experience. The service enables hotels to customize their solution, choosing from optional premium HD channels such as HBO and Showtime, an international HD channel package, MusicChoice with 40+ channels of music programming On Demand and New York favorites such as NY1, MSG, MSGPlus, SportsNetNY, WWOR-TV and the YES Network all in crystal-clear HD. HD Video for Hospitality also offers hotels the flexibility to insert their own local guest channels.

"Hotel managers are constantly looking for ways to operate more efficiently, while differentiating themselves in a highly competitive industry. Our HD Video for Hospitality package is a cost-effective solution offering high quality and extensive HD video programming, which enables hotels to offer their guests the finest television experience during their stay," said Ken Fitzpatrick, President, Business Class for Time Warner Cable's East Region.

Time Warner Cable Business Class customers who purchase other services (Phone, Internet, Ethernet or Mobile Internet) can reap further savings. For more information on HD Video for Hospitality, visit http://www.twcbc.com/nychospitality or call 1-866-412-6050.

In addition, Time Warner Cable Business Class will present its comprehensive suite of hospitality solutions that help build better guest satisfaction at booth 2647 at the 95th annual International Hotel, Motel, & Restaurant Show (IHMRS) at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City which began on November 13th and runs through November 16. Regarded by many to be the largest hospitality event in the North America, the 2010 IHMRS is expected to attract over 30,000 attendees. For more information about the show, visit http://www.ihmrs.com.

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Ruby River Steak House in downtown Salt Lake City (today's engineering department Christmas Luncheon):

Two HDTV sets (that I could see), both looking at ESPN channels via Comcast, in Stretch-O-Log, via the free, "Digital Terminal Adapter" boxes and an RF cable.
Food was excellent, though.
Sportscasters looked kinda wide.

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If you watched the Monday Night Football game 12/20/10 Vikings vs Bears it was played in the new University of Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium. It has a huge HD display. It is 108' by 48' with an aspect ratio of 2.25:1. It has 4 million LED pixels.

For more info:
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Best Western Avita Suites in Torrance has HDTV's via DirecTV. They give each room a DirecTV HD STB and remote.
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