Will Blu-ray work on 780 TVs or only 1080?
Yes it will work but It will down convert the picture to 780p. On smaller HDTV's you supposedly can't tell the difference but in my opinion if going Blue Ray you ought to go all the way seeing how expensive it is.
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The only thing is, is that u want to get high def out of ur blue ray if your t.v has an hdmi cable hook up your good to go. if not pitch the old junker and get a new lcd or pl…asma instead of buying a blue ray disc player get a ps3 for fun and it also has a blue ray on it and is cheaper than a blue ray player
Almost all BluRay players have an analog video output which can be used to connect to standard definition televisions. The output is a copy of the HDMI output but is only stan…dard definition. To experience the HD quality, and HD television with an HDMI interface is needed.
Any HD television will handle a Bluray player.
By normal TVs, I assume you mean regular resolution TVs. Blu-Ray players require High Definition output, and that means you need to play Blu-Ray movies on HD capable televisio…n sets. Even on my DIGISTOR external Blu-Ray drive, I still need a computer monitor that is HD/HDCP capable, so that I can watch Blu-Ray movies on my computer system.
Yep, just plug them in and your ready to go;)
The 1080p will produce the best picture.
The best picture, 720 is the next best.
The image will show, but the full resolution will not appeare and the image will most likely appear distorted
No. All you need is different wires.
My TV is a 32 Panasonic and its not full 1080 HD its a 720 so Is there any point me getting a Blu Ray player ie Will it actually look better than DVD?
Hi There Its Dosen't Matter If It's A 720p You Can Still Buy A Blue Ray Player If You Want A 1080p Dvd Player You TV Format Is Compatable With It So Will Still Look Like A 108…0p.. Its Your Choice Or You Can Just Buy A 720 Blue Ray But I Would Say 1080p Hope This Helps
Yes it will. To get HD, it must be a television with HD capability and an HDMI input. If the television only has analog inputs, the player will still work but all discs will b…e displayed in SD quality rather than HD.
It's probably best just to get a WiFi enabled Blu-Ray player
Yes it will. This model, like almost all Bluray players has analog outputs to connect with older, standard definition televisions. The output will only be a standard definitio…n version of the HD content but it will operate without problems.
No. Blu-Ray players will work on HDTVs only
Only if the TV is an HDTV
If your Blu-ray player ONLY has an HDMI out then I think you're buying a new TV. Older TVs don't have HDMI in. However, check to see if your Blu-ray player has other outputs. …Almost all have standard definition outputs such as composite video, S-video or component video with a separate sound output. They will normally show up as RCA (phono) connectors.