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DIRECTV HD Channels
 

DIRECTV Brings You the Best in HD

DIRECTV has the best HD channels in the known universe and more of them than anyone. Get access to over 130 of your favorite channels in HD.* Enjoy TV like never before.

The Clear Choice in HD
Experience stellar clarity with DIRECTV's HD channels, including such favorites as CNN HD, A&E HD, The History Channel HD, Golf Channel HD, FX, and Bravo HD, as well as premium channels such as HBO HD, Cinemax HD, SHOWTIME HD and Starz HD. To name just a few.

DIRECTV's HD Resolution
To get the most from your HDTV, get DIRECTV. As the leader in HD, DIRECTV brings you the best in HD technology: 1080p, the same resolution as Blu-ray Disc. The latest Hollywood blockbusters are now available in 1080p on DIRECTV on DEMAND†.

New Customer?  Sign Up for DIRECTV
Learn about packages and programming, then sign up with DIRECTV to get the most in HD. Save with special offers for new DIRECTV customers.
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Upgrade to the DIRECTV HD receiver or DIRECTV Plus® HD DVR receiver to start enjoying DIRECTV HD.


*Number of HD channels varies based on package. To access DIRECTV HD programming, HD Access fee ($10/mo.), a DIRECTV Slimline Dish, along with DIRECTV HD receiver, HD television equipment, and a qualifying programming package are required.

Limited PPV titles available in 1080p. To enjoy the most movies available in 1080p and DIRECTV on DEMAND service, you need a DIRECTV Plus HD DVR receiver (HR20, HR21, HR22 or HR23 model) or DIRECTV DVR model R22 connected to the Internet, HD Access and DVR service, broadband Internet service with a minimum connection speed of 750 Kbps or higher (DSL or cable), a network router with an available Ethernet port, a land-based phone line connection, an HDMI cable to connect the receiver and TV, and an available wall outlet.






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