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HDTV and HDMI cables serve different purposes and are not the same thing

HDTV (High Definition Television) refers to a television set or content that displays video at high resolution, typically 720p, 1080i, or 1080p. It describes the quality and format of the video being displayed.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), on the other hand, is a standard for transmitting high-definition video and audio signals between devices. An HDMI cable connects devices such as Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and computers to HDTVs or monitors to display high-definition content.

In summary:

  1. HDTV: A type of television that supports high-definition video formats.
  2. HDMI: A cable and interface standard used to transfer high-definition video and audio signals between devices and HDTVs