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What kind of DVD player for HDMI?

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Answered 2011-09-16 19:10:57

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).

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Generally if a DVD player has an up-scaler for video then the output will be HDMI.

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