A DVD player is input and output.
It is an output device
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A DVD player is both an output and input device. It is an output device because it displays video and sound. It is an input device because you must insert DVD's to be played.
A DVD is an input smart one is connected in the computer! What kind of question is that?!
It can be both, depending on where it is in the process. In most cases, it will be an output into another device, so it would be plugged into the input of the other item. In a typical cable TV set up, the cable would go into the input of the DVD and the output of the DVD would go to the input of the television.
It is neither, CD DVD and hard disk is STORAGE not input or output.
it is input
This TV does not have a built in DVD player, the input and the output are located on the back panel of the TV however they are located ont he lower end so it is easy to mount.
Output. You insert a CD and show (play) the movie. A DVD Multi Recorder is an output and input device. You can insert a blank CD into it and record even pictures. Then you can click on play and play out of the CD right after you record into it.
If the portable DVD player has output sockets that can be connected to the input sockets on the TV then you can watch DVDs on the TV.
Input, because you are inserting data into your computer.
No.... It must be output to input...
dvd rom is a out put device
If you are talking about off-the-shelf DVD players then it's an output device( display data read to video terminal [i.e. Projectors, TV's], but if you are talking about DVDRW devices then it's an input and output device. If you are talking about a DVD media, if it's just ordinary DVD-ROM then it's just input. But if you're talking about DVD-R or DVD-RW media then it's an input and output media.
The differnce between input and output is input=in output=out The differnce between input and output is input=in output=out
A Toshiba HD dvd player typically have at least 3 inputs which consists of a av input, an hdmi input, and a dv input. This number can vary depending on the model of the HD dvd player.
An "upscaling" DVD player will have an HDMI output, as will a Blu-Ray player and an HD-DVD player (although HD-DVD is a dead format now).
output if your referring to the headphones jack.. input if you downloading information through the usb/ bluetooth or wifi..
A Peripheral can be an input or output device.For Example;A Monitor is outputA Printer is OutputA Scanner is InputA Keyboard in InputA Mouse is inputA Speaker is Output
If the DVD player has a video pass through function, then yes. If the feature is available, there will be an HDMI input to the DVD player as well as an HDMI output. If the feature is available with analog connections, then the Bluray player can be connected only with standard definition signals, losing the benefit of its HD capability.
Depends on were you are (which country) and make and model of TV. Try reading the instructions of the equipment, or downloading them off the makers website. If the TV has two SCART leads, Wire one unit to each SCART, that will take care of all input output signals. If you have to use RCA connectors, connect the output of the units to the inputs of the TV. You can also 'daisy chain' them. The output of the DVD to the input of the DVR, then the output of the DVR to the AV input of the TV. Then to watch the DVD, select the AV input on the DVR and set the TV to the AV input of the DVR.
InputKeyboardMouseTouch ScreenScannerCameraMicrophoneLight penoptical mark readerBar code readerOutputPrinterMonitorSpeakersProjectorInput As Well As OutputDisksCDDVD
Connect the TV converter output to the receiver's TV input. Connect the DVD player to the receiver's DVD player input. Connect the VCR to another video input on the receiver. Thrown the equalizer out, as modern receivers don't have any way of connecting them to all the other components.
Most DVD players will offer and analog output.
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