DVD-Video (DVD) Player



DVD-Video_player.gifNo one format in the history of consumer electronics has been more successful than DVD-Video. With over 91 percent U.S. market penetration, DVD-Video players are in nearly everyone's homes and also in computers, in-car systems and far beyond.

DVD-Video players can play many other types of discs, including compact discs. They can play surround sound discs like DTS music discs and can output audio, via a digital cable, in lossy 5.1 formats like DTS and Dolby Digital.

Today, home theater enthusiasts are using Blu-ray players as DVD-Video players, because Blu-ray machines are backwards-compatible with DVD, and more importantly upconvert DVD to HD resolutions.


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Dec 08
THX and Monoprice Team Up to Deliver New Headphone Amps THX and Monoprice have teamed up to offer two new DAC/headphone amplifier designs, based on THX's AAA technology. Part of...
THX and Monoprice Team Up to Deliver New Headphone Amps

Dec 07
Parasound Introduces the ZoneMaster 2350 Stereo Amplifier The latest addition to Parasound's ZoneMaster line, the new 2350 stereo amplifier is rated at 350 watts per channel into...
Parasound Introduces the ZoneMaster 2350 Stereo Amplifier

Dec 06
Klipsch Introduces the Reference RF-7 III Tower Speaker Klipsch has added a new passive tower speaker to its Reference Series. The RF-7 III ($1,799 each) features a new...
Klipsch Introduces the Reference RF-7 III Tower Speaker

Dec 05
Puro Sound Labs Debuts JuniorJams Wireless, Volume-Limiting Headphones Puro Sound Labs has introduced a new volume-limited wireless headphone targeted at kids. Like other Puro Sound offerings, the JuniorJams...
Puro Sound Labs Debuts JuniorJams Wireless, Volume-Limiting Headphones

Dec 04
New Philips Roku HDTVs Hit the Market Back in mid-November, Roku announced that a new line of Philips-branded TVs would feature the Roku TV OS, and now...
New Philips Roku HDTVs Hit the Market