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DVD Buying Tips E-mail
Are you a DVD player? This we recommend you to:
What type of player?
Go for yourself what type of player best meets your needs. Would you like a multi disc changer (great for multiple CDs), a portable home that you can connect to the TV and can take on a trip, or the most common single-play model (the most advantageous option)?

Which audio connection?
Check the audio outputs on the DVD player. Want DVD player to the stereo analog inputs on your TV or amplifier, or you can use a digital connection to an amplifier? Choose a digital connection (the best), then there are two types of connections: an optical fiber and an optical coaxial cable. The optical cables, the DD and DTS digital signals, which are usually 5.1 channels (* voetnoot1) to send the amplifier. This gives you a real home theater experience.
Tip: The coaxial cable is higher quality.

What video connection?
Check the video output DVD player that fits the input of your TV. There are three major species. The cinch (RCA), s-video and scart connection. The type of connection determines the image quality.
Tip: The Scart connection gives the best picture quality.
What do you play?
Do you have your music included on a CD-R or CD-RW disc and want to listen to your DVD player, make sure the player supports such CD discs. Not all players will play CD-R or CD-RW read. If your MP3 CD's have to make sure the DVD player supports MP3's.

Region Free or not?
To prevent films for example earlier in the U.S. come out in Europe and they can be viewed, the world in six regions divided.
Each region has its own code received. Thus, the U.S. and Europe code 1 code 2. Ie DVD's from Europe alone DVD players can play the region code 2 support. There are DVD players available that a number of regions simultaneously support. Most DVD players have built a regional area can be made available. When buying or even possible. Is this done easily with a simple surgery or the player must be rebuilt? (* voetnoot2)

Can the record?
Now, some DVD players also include the question is how much do you spend on a DVD player, because they are still relatively expensive. Wil you burn your own DVDs, you can choose for a recorder that the lone write-once format supports.

DTS = Digital Theater System (codec such as MP3)
DD = Dolby Digital (codec such as MP3)
5.1 channels = 2 front, 2 back, 1 center speaker together 5 speakers. Plus 1 subwoofer. These are all independent of each other sent.

* voetnoot1: Today you can 6.1 and 7.1 channels. DTS and DD may also have mono and stereo. 6.1 (an additional rear center speaker) you get DTS-ES and 7.1 (2 additional rear speakers), you THX surround, as in the cinema is used.

* voetnoot2: Most Bollywood DVDs are region free and can any DVD player playback, making it region free in principle no longer needed.


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