Definition of cable-ready in English:

cable-ready

Line breaks: cable-ready

adjective

North American
Adapted for cable television: a cable-ready TV set
More example sentences
  • Most difficult was providing service to emergency command centers, many of which were set up in locations that were not cable-ready.
  • With estimates for digital-cable penetration (among all cable-ready households) stalling at a limp 10%, many MSOs are employing a wide menu of marketing tactics to hawk their digital services to consumers.
  • The screen is cable-ready and comes with integrated hook-ups for VCR, DVD video games and compute, allowing a more personalized entertainment experience for members.

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