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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Well, first of all light in the box is transfered into the box and it makes color, or black and white. This light is a regular light read a science book of some sort an you will find out about the light thingy. .
the tv works by plugging it in to the wall and plug the white cord into the wall than you. have cable if you have a cable box than you set it up on your tv
There are many resources that offer detailed and very technical descriptions of television technology. It is a complex system and there is space here for no more than a very brief summary. Television cameras convert light into electrical signals. The signal they generate is a stream of data that re…presents the amount of red, green and blue in the image. The light coming into the camera is sampled at the top left of the image first and then all the way across the image to the right. The next samples will do the same but slightly lower. The process is repeated until the bottom of the image is reached and then the light sampling begins all over again. The number of lines that are sampled can be 480 or 576 for standard definition signals and 1080 for high definition. In either case, the signal that is output from the camera describes the image it sees 50 or 60 times each second. Studios capture these signals and after they have been mixed with other camera outputs and titles, the signal is broadcast. It is carried over cable or radio links and received at the television. The television uses the same signal to draw an image. Starting from the top left, the brightness levels in the electrical signal are used to produce red, green and blue dots across the screen. The next line is then drawn and so on down the screen until the image is complete. As soon as the image is drawn on the whole screen, the process starts over and it is this repeating process that creates the moving image. There are many details of television signal capture, process and display that are left out of this description. For those who want to know more, topics that can be researched should include PAL and NTSC color encoding, interlaced television signals, SD and HD signal resolution, CRT television operation, LCD television operation and plasma television operation. There are numerous answers on this site that deal with some of these topics and of course there is lots more elsewhere on the Internet. (MORE)
No you don't. But if you are connecting it to view the HD picture and enhanced sound you should be connecting it to an HD TV. There are a couple of connection choices here. Use either the component video (red/green/blue RCA connectors with the stereo - left and right (red and white RCA audio connect…ors for that input) or the newer HDMI which provides digital video and audio from the Blue Ray player to the TV. Some older HD TVs have DVI inputs which only accept digital video and require adapting the HDMI ouput of the player to the DVI input of the TV. I wouldn't recommend doing that though. In that case use the Component video input as in the first example. If the TV has none of the above connections you need a new or different TV that supports the technology. (MORE)
Many of them already are, but even after the digital transmission changeover in Febuary 17, 2009, many can (and probably will) continue to use the old 525 line NTSC format recorded programs, but will have 'line doubled' the picture to be compatible with the digital transmission systems.
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 plasma 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 r…ay player (MORE)
It is quite possible that a UK or European television will operate in the US but there are several issues that may prevent it working.. First, US mains voltage is 110V against the European standard of 230V. Check the television to ensure that it will operate at 110V. Second, Europe uses PAL colour… encoding and US uses NTSC. Many European models will handle NTSC but not all of them. If the television in question will support NTSC, the manual or the body of the television will likely have an NTSC logo somewhere. This applies only to standard definition television.. Finally, US video content runs at 60Hz while European is at 50Hz. Many televisions will handle both frequencies but once again, it needs to be checked. This applies to both standard definition and high definition content.. It is also important to consider shipping costs. It may cost more to get it to North America than a replacement will cost. Remember that US prices are typically 50% of UK prices so expect a £500 television in the UK to cost around $500 in the US. Also, be aware that there may be compatibility issues with some services such as teletext (UK) and closed captioning (US) - the two are not interchangeable. (MORE)
The screen is a combination of squares. Each square can show two colors at a time. Making the thousands of squares an image you see today!
My xbox 360 isnt recognized by my tv for some odd reason ive tried like 5 tvs with three different a-v cables and only my friends HD tv worked and the cable isnt set to HD why might this be happening?
hi im having the same problem as you but i have reached the conclusion that my tv is to old so i have brought a device of the internet called DVD maker VS-USB2800D and i set it all up and it works on my computer just fine hope this helps
TV Stereo DVD VCR. Antenna cable to vcr. Vcr cable to tv. RCA cables between vcr tv. RCA cables between DVD tv. RCA cables between tv stereo. TV only works with tv remote not through DVD. Help?
put tv arial on DVD. Use DVD remote to change source on DVD from avi1 to tv channel then use DVD remote for tv.
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 standard definition. To experience the HD quality, and HD television with an HDMI interface is needed.
So seriously oversimplifying it as to be nearly useless (but thefull explanation is beyond the scope of this website): . a TV camera converts images to a series of individually coded(either analog or digital) pixels; microphones convert sounds tocoded audio signals . the pixels are transferred on…e at a time along withsynchronization signals from the TV camera and audio signals fromthe microphones to the TV display (this can happen via radiotransmission, coaxial cables, internet, etc.) . a TV display converts the series of individually coded (eitheranalog or digital) pixels back to images; and the audio signalsback to sounds via speakers (MORE)
Yes. Blu-Ray players will only operate with a standard definition television using the analog outputs on the player. The outputs are standard definition of course, so the HD quality of the BluRay disc won't be seen.
Actually plasma screens are in total 600hz but they are divided in 10 subfields, each of which run at 60hz. But in conclusion, 10 subfields of 60hz reduce motion blur almost to zero and look alot cleaner than 1 subfield of 120hz, 240hz, etc.
Yes, in order to get a better picture. You can use it on a TV that is not HD but the picture would not be as good.
\n1080 signals are being broadcast right now in the 1080i format. The "i" stands for interlaced and it means that on each scan of the screen (50 or 60 times each second) half the image is updated. The image is made up of 1080 lines so the first scan will show all the odd numbers, the next will sho…w all the even numbered lines. This repeats continuously so we see a full image 25 or 30 times each second. North America uses a 60 hertz field rate and Europe uses 50 hertz.\n. \nThe other 1080 standard is 1080p. The "progressive" scanning means that a full frame is shown instead of half the frame. The result is twice the data and effectively, twice the frame rate. It is this 1080p standard that broadcasters are not supporting and won't for some years to come.\n. \nNote that most televisions will handle 1080p signals from computers, Bluray players, PS3s etc. So, don't avoid buying a 1080 television. It is the ideal resolution to watch HD content and one day, 1080p will become more common than it is at present. (MORE)
If you are using an analog TV, there are basically no more analog TV broadcasts other than a very few low power transmitters. From now on, you need a digital receiver. They can be obtained from electronic retailers for a few dollars and will allow you to receive digital broadcasts in the same way a…s analog broadcasts. Alternatively, you could use cable or a satellite service although these options will involve additional charges. The final option is to use an Internet based television receiver. AppleTV is one of several devices that may work for you. Most electronics stores will be able to tell you what options you have for your area but be aware that they will be keen to sell a solution to you. Consider their advice carefully but don't be pushed into an immediate purchase when you speak to them. (MORE)
\nA cathode ray tube is in the monitor. A hot filament at the rear end of the tube releases electrons. They are negatively charged particles. They are drawn toward a plate which has a positive charge. As they fly toward the plate, electro magnets turn on and off real fast and alter their paths. When… they hit the screen, they land on a little dot of a particular color. You see a number of these dots lit up. They combine inside your eye to produce the picture. After the electron hits the screen, it falls down to the positively charged plate. (MORE)
Any tv that has HMDI inputs is Blu-ray ready, but to enjoy the full benefits of Blu-ray, it should be running at 1080p or 1080i resolution. 1080p is considered the better of the two and the p stands for progressive, or one continuous stream, while the i stands for interlaced, and is two streams of i…nformation put into one. (MORE)
There can be alot. I only know one right now. Selena Gomez. she is an only child,no siblings,no nothing. ;)
Use DVD converting software to rip DVD to mp4 or other type that Apple TV supports.
No it's just an old rat poison that is no longer readily available. if you can get your hands on it, it may be the best poison for other mammals. For example it is used for coyotes.
Pixels Its the amout of small squares that show the pic. The higher the number the better the quality of picture
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 television sets. Even on my DIGISTOR external Blu-Ray drive, I still need a computer monitor that is HD/HDCP capable, so that I can w…atch Blu-Ray movies on my computer system. (MORE)
How do you hook up a HD tv and Blu-ray system and digital cable box to have the surround sound system work all the time?
Connect the AUDIO INPUT of the Sound system to the AUDIO OUTPUT of the TV set. Connect the Cable Box to the #1 VIDEO input on the TV. Connect the BLUE RAY to the #2 VIDEO input of the TV set. The TV might have a AUDIO OUTPUT function in the AUDIO MENU. switch this to FIXED. This will send a even aud…io signal to your sound system at all times. Turn the TV sound down and use the sound system speakers. (MORE)
The image will show, but the full resolution will not appeare and the image will most likely appear distorted
No. You must have a satellite receiver connected to the satellite dish that will decode the satellite transmissions and present it for display on your TV set.
You can buy the leads from eBay etc.. If you have a DVD or Video player, you could always feed it through that instead.
Bluray is the disc format developed by Sony for HD video content. It is not a television format and only refers to the storage medium. All Bluray disc players need a display and it may be plasma, LDC or LED based. It is therefore impossible to compare Bluray to types of TV.
Aduio cord from laptop to tv wont work because your tv on the PC thing is only one hole and the cord has two plug things?
PC audio outputs use a 1/8" jack (3.5mm jack). Most audio connectors in domestic equipment use RCA jacks (known as phono connectors in Europe). 1/8" jack to RCA cables are commonly available from most electronics stores. The cable will have two RCA connectors at one end and one 1/8" jack at the othe…r. (MORE)
Most Bluray players have a standard definition output as well as HDMI (The HD output). In most cases, a Bluray player will convert high definition material to standard definition for output through the analog standard definition ports. This allows Bluray players to be used with most televisions bu…t be aware that the quality of image will be standard definition if the analog output is used. HD signals are only available on the HDMI port. (MORE)
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 1080p.. Its Your Choice Or You Can Just Buy A 720 Blue Ray But I Would Say 1080p Hope This Helps
Yes you can. Use the HDMI connector on the projector if there is one. If not, you will need to use the analog outputs of the Bluray player and this will support only standard definition signals rather than HD.
Friends was filmed using 16mm film and standard definition video. There is no HD archive of the program because HD wasn't around when the program was being produced. Although a Bluray version will probably become available in the future, the resolution will remain SD even though it has been stored …in an HD format. No doubt, the mastering will include some enhancements to improve the apparent quality but don't expect a Bluray version of the program to rival genuine HD content. It is likely that Friends and other programs from the same era are some way down the Bluray release list. (MORE)
Yes. It allows you to stream content from your iTunes library, Netflix and the iTunes store to your TV.
Any television will work with a Bluray player but to get the full quality of the Bluray format, you will need an HD television with an HDMI input. Televisions that do not have an HMDI input can use the analog output from the player but the signal will be SD rather than HD.
If your television has an HDMI input then it will handle the HD signals from a Blu-Ray player. If it doesn't then the analog SD outputs will still work but of course, not in HD.
Yes you can. Bluray players have analog outputs that can be connected to analog and standard definition televisions. The output is converted to standard definition and to get HD quality, an HD television is needed.
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 be displayed in SD quality rather than HD.
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 definition version of the HD content but it will operate without problems.
Yes, it will but to get the full HD quality you will need to use a HDMI cable.
There are rumors that Fox is working on a relase of the X Files forBlu-Ray but no date has been set. Originally it was thought thatsometime in 2013 they would be released but as we are now in 2014it's difficult to tell.
720p is one of the HD formats so it will display HD quality. Although most Bluray content is generated as a 1080 signal, some is produced as 720p. Either will work on any HD television although using a television with a native 1080 line display will deliver the best resolution available for any curr…ent HD content. (MORE)
You need the screwdriver in the kitchen and go to the living room. You use the screwdriver on the toy truck and put it in the remote.
A television capable of displaying 720p is a high definition one and therefore will handle Bluray disks, whether they contain 1080 or 720 format video signals.
HD televisions with an HDMI connections are required in order to view the content in HD. Bluray players have analog outputs that can be connected to older, non HD televisions.
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. (MORE)
Archos TV needs to be connected to a High Definition television in order to function properly and transform your television into your Wi-Fi entertainment center.
The company Chief MFG produces the following types of TV mounts: Ceiling mounts, fixed wall mounts, full swing wall mounts, in-wall mounts, tilting wall mounts and video wall mounts. All types of Chief mounts can be professionally mounted by a Chief representative. The representative will tell you i…f your particular TV set will or will not work with the desired mount. As a general rule: Almost all modern flat screen televisions can be mounted. (MORE)
There may be stray magnetic fields in your house. Take it outside and run the calibration procedure.