Theoretically, you could remove the entire VHS mechanism and insert a DVD player, but the cost would probably be prohibitive. I bought a refurbished LCD tv with a built-in DVD player for under $100, and I'm sure that the conversion you are talking about would be far more than that.
Easiest/fastest way. Run the sattelite coaxial cable to the "sattelite in" jack on the back of the sattelite receiver, run a coaxial cable from the "out to TV" jack of the sattelite receiver to the "antenna in" jack on the VCR and a coaxial cable from the "out to TV" jack of the VCR to the "antenna in" coaxial of the TV. Then, run audio/video cables (red, white and yellow) from the "video out" (yellow) of the DVD player to the "video in" of the TV and the red and white cables out of the DVD to the red and white jacks of the TV. Audio out (left and right) of the DVD to audio in of the TV. If the TV has 4 in/out jacks to accept component (red, white yellow) cables, run the component cables from the out side of the sattelite box, VCR, DVD and video game seperately to the TV inputs, 1,2,3 and 4. You would then simply use the TV remote to change inputs to switch from component to component. The only coaxial would be the sattelite signal from the dish to the sattelite receiver.
Whether one wants purple cookies, brown cookies, or a combination of the two colors, there are several options. Using food coloring, one can add color to cookie dough for various types of cookies. The brown can be added as a color itself or by using chocolate chips.
Well, you need to burn downloaded videos to DVD. All you need is DVD burning software. I myself use one called Aimersoft DVD Creator (perfectly compatible with AVI), highly recommended. How to? Well, firstly, you need to download Aimersoft DVD Creator and launch it. Secondly, import your downloaded movies to the software. Thirdly, edit movies, organize your slideshow. (Optional). And then, click Burn tab to start your burning. It takes one or two hours. It's pretty simple. Good luck. Download at: http://www.dvd-creator.org/dvd-creator/
no it was in no way able to play dvds which is part of the reason its competition tookover it started out against ps1 n64 so dvds didn't really matter then the ps2 came out and was the cheapest dvd player around and it played games
usually if you only have one av hookup on your tv you have to leave the specified DVD Player and Nintendo Wii plugged in and transfer the cords everytime you want to watch or play one and not the other..you are not able to hook both of them up at the same time..unless you have more AV outlets on the back of your tv...check there and if that doesnt work see the above plan(:
25 giga bytes single layer
50 giga bytes dual layer
As the Apple does not make their computer support the Blu-ray playback, you need third party tool to help. So an external Blu-ray drive is necessary. You can use the Samsung SE-506A. In addtion, you also need a Blu-ray Player Software like the Aurora Blu-ray Player, Macgo, DVDFab, etc.
you can try to use the DVD X Player, it is the best DVD player on PC, it is able to reset any DVDs by unlock all DVD region code such as Region 1, Region 2, Region 3 and etc.
DVD X Player is able to plays all regions' DVD on all DVD drives (except for the Matshita DVD-RAM series, Sony VAIO serials and Toshiba Satellite series) even you have changed the region code 5 times.
have a try and hope it can help you.
Set up the PS3 to work and turn on your TV and PS3. Place the DVD into the game slot. Pick up your controller and use the keys to move down to the spot that looks like a piece of film. Below that spot will be a disc, go to it and use your X key to start the DVD loading. When the disc finishes the Promos you will have to hit the X again to play the movie after the controller has been used to move highlighted area over the word play.
It truly depends on the BRDVD player in question. Blue-Ray and DVD use different light wavelength for their lasers, and are not directly compatible (DVD and HD-DVD are). There are a few "dual-head" players that provide two laser sources, and hence can play both Blue-Ray and DVD/HDDVD discs. But, like I said, it depends on the player if it supports that functionality.
It isn't that uncommon, though. On the PC market for example, 'combo' devices that combine DVD-burning abilities with Blu-Ray playback have existed for some time.
Short answer, No. Xbox only got DVD drive, with HD-DVD as option.
Long answer, could be possible, instead of attatching a HD-DVD add-on attatching an USB Blu-ray drive plus an adequate codec set on the machine (obviously jailbroken) would be feasible. I assume the existence of USB Blu-Ray drives and the implementation of USB 2.0 on the Xbox.
in the blu-ray and the hd-DVD war
xbox had the hd-DVD and ps3 had the blu-ray but the xboxs hd-DVD drive was an external accessory and that is discontuned because blu-ray was the winner
Microsoft may never make a blu-ray drive so they made up for that with the netflix movie rental directly on the xbox
You need to provide the model code.
Commercial DVD's are not burned they are pressed from a master in huge numbers. That is why you cannot duplicate a commercial DVD to a DVD-R for example. You can burn from a DVR to a DVD but you won't be sble to do it digitally if there is copy protection. For example if you record a program from cable and it is copy protected, you are only able to put on digital media (Recorder or DVD) once. The next transfer will be blocked if there is copy protection in the program. About half the programs have this protection now.
Either the player is wearing out or the DVD is badly scratched and therefore it cannot play anymore. A solution would be to either get a new DVD player if thhe player is the problem, or buy a new disc of the movie if the disc is the problem. You can even purchase a DVD player lens cleaner which is actually a DVD that cleans the gears inside the player.
There should be an Audio button on the remote that will allow you to choose the audio track.
Yes it can. There will be a compatible connection but the plasma screen must be 3D compatible to be able to use it for 3D content.
Blu-Rays are the same exact size dimensions as DVDs, so the weight is the same as well
No you can play normal DVD's but the picture would be alot better if you did buy HD DVD's.
Someone can download a free DVD player software from many websites on the internet, however be careful when choosing which one to download because they may contain a virus and be trying to scam you.
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Cleaning a VCR isn't difficult once you know the way it's done. The biggest problem would be in cleaning the video heads because they can be destroyed very easily by inexperienced hands.
One of the easiest ways would be to locate a 3M brand `Blackwatch' cleaning tape or to find one where you apply a liquid to a cloth type tape, as a last resort. Personally, I prefer the Blackwatch, but the best is to have it professionally done if you can afford it.
If it wasn't for the ease of destroying the video heads, I'd give you step by step on how to do it. However, if you search the internet, you should be able to find instructions on how it's done.