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How is blu ray better than normal DVD player? Is it compatible with a old CRT or connects only with a LCD/LED or 3D TV?

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Asked by kalyan rawat, 09 Oct '12 02:37 pm
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Blu-ray offers much better picture resolution and it store approx 25 gb of data with standard information. In market double blu-ray players are also available where you can put 2 or more discs simultaneously. You need to check your TV model for compatibility; although it plays well with most TVs.
Answered by RAHUL SIROHI, 15 Oct '12 12:32 pm

 
  
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Hi kalyan rawat, LG WRman Sherlock here,

Blu-ray is absolutely better than normal DVDs in all technical aspects. Normal standard DVDs only display 720x480 resolution, which was fine in the old days, but now, the 1080p resolution that the Blu-ray player can show alone is already a smashing hit that delivers wonderful sharp image for your viewing pleasure. Trust me on this, once you go Blu-ray, you never go back. Old CRT TVs have a resolution of 480p, so playing a Blu-ray film on it would be like wearing a shirt that is for someone half as big as you. Not pretty. Grab an HDTV or a 3D TV like the LG World Record Cinema 3D and enjoy full blasted Blu-ray fun!

If you have any more questions feel free to ask or check out the official site for more info at http://www.lg.com/in/3d-tv, or come say hello at our new forum at http://www.lgwrman.com.

LG WRman Sherlock out!
Answered by Sherlock WRman, 12 Oct '12 02:12 pm

 
  
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Blu-ray is the superior format when it comes to audio and video. With a resolution that's six times that of DVD, a quick check of any blockbuster Blu-ray will amaze you with 1080p sharpness. The colors, the detail, and the clarity of motion are all vastly improved over their DVD counterparts.
While 3-D TV is not must but you must have 1080P Full HD TV (LCD/LED) to enjoy the contents to the fullest. Old CRT is mismatch.
Answered by Uncommon Freind, 09 Oct '12 02:42 pm

 
  
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