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Remember the United States DTV transition last year? There is a possibility that all standard-definition televisions will not be sold and will be replaced by HDTV televisions, right?

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    I don't know about "all" -- many people who relied on rabbit-ear antennae and got converter boxes will undoubtedly keep what they have.

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