people who have bluray players
BluRay remotes are simply remotes designed to work with BluRay players. They're often infrared and are fairly cheap.
no. u can only play 'em on bluray players or ps3
Pioneer BluRay players can be purchased at most shops that sell entertainment systems. Pioneer BluRay players can be purchased at eBay, Abt Electronics, and Amazon Marketplace.
No, the Xbox 360 does not have a Bluray disk drive.
Yes, BluRay DVD players also play non Blu-Ray DVDs with no problem.
BluRay discs need a BluRay drive to be read. They won't work in a standard DVD drive but if the computer has a BluRay drive, then it should be able to play BluRay discs with ease.
Yes, dvds can be played on bluray players.
DVD players and drives cannot handle Bluray discs, whether recording to them or reading from them. Bluray players and drives on the other hand can use DVD discs as well as Bluray discs.
Blu Ray is a better quality type of disc to watch movies on. However, Blu Ray is not compatible with ordinary DVD players.
Yes, so long as they are the same type of disks, for example; bluray would work with bluray.
A BluRay player should play Bluray discs, DVDs and CDs and may also be able to display pictures and other data. The only discs that a BluRay player cannot handle are HD DVDs, a high definition format that was a competitor to BluRay a fews ago.
DVD players cannot play Bluray discs. The lasers and the data storage are different so no data can be read from a Bluray disc in a DVD drive. That is the case whether or not there is any up-scaling available in the player. Bluray players on the other hand are quite happy to play DVDs as well as Bluray discs.
can you play burned DVD on a bluray player
Someone at Sony invented the BluRay concept. It was introduced in 2001. The first Blu Ray players were initially marketed by Sony in two thousand and six.
No and HD DVDs have been permanently discontinued
Most Bluray players can play either DVDs or Bluray discs using a standard definition television. Almost all Bluray players have an analog composite, S-video or component output that can be used. Before purchasing, check that the player has an output that the television can accept. Note that the quality of the image will be standard definition and not HD. All Bluray players today limit their analog outputs to SD so even with an HD television, analog inputs will not deliver HD images.
Yes they do. But what difference does it make. They arent going to be made anymore. BluRay players won the battle.
Bluray players are backwards compatible so they will play standard DVDs as well as Bluray discs. Note that although the DVD is being played by a Bluray player, it does not make it HD quality. Some bluray players will up-convert the standard definition image from 480 or 576 lines up to 1080 lines but although the format is HD, the image quality still remains standard definition.
HD DVD and Bluray are both high definition disc formats but they were not only competitive formats but incompatible formats as well. While the battle for the HD market was in progress a handful of players were sold that would support both formats. These players were expensive and very few were ever sold. Unfortunately, HD DVD only players will not play Bluray and Bluray players will not play HD DVD discs. It is still worth keeping HD DVD players as they are the only players capable of HD DVD discs.
Some might. When picking out a player, be sure to read the product descriptions
Regions are global areas defined by the BluRay consortium. In order the allow the introduction of movies in different countries on different dates, most Bluray movies have a region code embedded in them. Bluray players will only play movies authored for the region in which they are sold. There are movies on the market, however, that are region-free, and can be played on any Bluray player anywhere in the world.