Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) arrived in the late 90's and went on to become the most successful consumer electronics product in history. As a result, DVD players are almost as common as televisions in modern living rooms.
DVD players have been around a while and when HDTVs hit the scene, a new disc standard was needed. Initially, there was a format was between HD DVD players and Blu-ray players. Eventually, Blu-ray won, leaving HD DVD players obsolete. Now that Blu-ray is the only high definition disc available, it's worth investing in a Blu-ray player.
DVD players are very affordable these days, but there are some key features that are worth looking for in DVD players. If you've got a high definition TV you need to look at DVD players with upscaling. Upscaling DVD players will take the standard definition DVD signal and increase its resolution to high definition. It won't look as good as a true high definition movie, but it will look better than a standard DVD.
Blu-ray players are stuffed with features, and that's besides the obvious ability to playback high definition movies on your flat screen TV. But Blu-ray players aren't just about better picture quality, they also offer much improved sound quality.
DVD & Blu-ray players both need a few accessories in order to get the best results. The best way to connect both DVD & Blu-ray players to your HDTV is an HDMI cable, which will transfer both video and audio from DVD & Blu-ray players to the TV.
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