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What Types of Connections Do Blu-ray and HD-DVD Players Have?

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What Types of Connections Do Blu-ray and HD-DVD Players Have?

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What Types of Connections Do Blu-ray and HD-DVD Players Have? NOTICE: HD-DVD is now officially discontinued. However, information on HD-DVD, and its comparison to Blu-ray, is still contained in this article for historical purposes, as well as the fact that there are still many HD-DVD player owners, and HD-DVD players and discs will continue to be sold and traded on the secondary market for some time.Answer: Blu-ray and HD-DVD players have the same connections as a standard DVD player, which can include Composite, S-Video, and Component video outputs as well as

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About.com’s question of the week is here again! This week they answer what type of connections Blu-ray and HD-DVD players have. Always good to know if your TV and receiver inputs will match with your DVD player’s outputs. From the article: 1.An HDMI output, which is used to transfer both high definition video and digital audio to a Television or AV receiver that is equipped with an HDMI or DVI-HDCP input via an adapter. 2. A set of 5.1 channel analog outputs that transfers a decoded surround sound signal to AV receivers that have 5.1 direct analog inputs.

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Blu-ray and HD-DVD players have the same connections as a standard DVD player, such as Composite, S-Video, and Component video outputs as well as Analog Stereo and Digital Optical and Digital Coaxial Audio outputs. However, two additional outputs include: • An HDMI output, which is used to transfer both high definition video and digital audio to a Television or AV receiver that is equipped with an HDMI or DVI-HDCP input via an adapter. • A set of 5.1 channel analog outputs that transfers a decoded surround sound signal to AV receivers that have 5.1 direct analog inputs. Starting from left to right, are the analog audio outputs. On this Blu-ray Player, there are both Analog Stereo Outputs and Analog 5.1 Channel Outputs. If you have an AV receiver without a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder, you can use the analog stereo outputs. However, if your AV receiver is equipped with 5.1 channel analog inputs, you should use the 5.1 channel analog outputs of the Blu-ray. The Blu-ray player has its own

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