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A DVD player is a better decision than a BluRay player based on price alone. This type of player is cheaper. A BluRay player may be a better idea because it can also play DVDs and has more advanced features.

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Yes bluray disks have much better quality than regular dvds the pictures better and the disk is also better and harder to scratch. You must have a bluray dve player in order to use it.


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No, they don't. Bluray players are capable of playing HD video content which is better quality than standard definition video. However, a Bluray player used to reply a DVD in standard definition will not improve the resolution of the image. This is the case even when the player up-scales the image to an HD format.


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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.


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