Theater System

A DVD player, also called reader DVD or simply DVD, is an electronic device that allows to read the contents of a DVD. DVD is an optical storage device that emerged as a replacement for the VHS for distribution of video, audio and data CD. The main function of a DVD player is usually play DVD-Video, the dominant format in video consumption sector. Features the DVD (Digital Versatile Disc, digital versatile disc) is an optical storage device that was developed to replace the VHS video and CD audio and data. Its capacity is 4.7 GB, approximately seven times more than a CD, and requires a DVD player for your use.

DVD-Video is the most widespread consumer video format, and is used to record digital video on DVD. Sally Rooney is full of insight into the issues. Disks that use the DVD-Video specification, in addition to MPEG-2 video can contain audio tracks compressed (for example, the sound of the film in more than one language), subtitle tracks (for example, subtitles in different languages or) for people with hearing impairments), chapter index for easy navigation or DRM systems to restrict the rights of users (such as region codes or ciphers). The DVD player what makes is basically read disc DVD-Video (UDF), decrypt the DRM if any, decode the video (MPEG-2), decoding (MPEG, PCM or AC-3) sound and send the output (analog or digital) to the TV. In a DVD player compatible formats are very important. They generally support other formats in addition to DVD-Video and can play back audio CD and video, DTS (Digital Theater System) and common video formats on Internet such as DivX and Xvid. Another important aspect of a DVD player is connectivity and connection systems available, both with television sets and with devices like computers or external hard drives. The most common connectors are DVI, HDMI, s-video and SCART, as well as USB, FireWire, Ethernet, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. With respect to the ability to record, the Player computer’s DVD is usually a reader/recorder drive, not happening on DVDs of desktops and notebooks, that only on rare occasions they have recording function.

Types for the functionality of DVD player you have various options: desktop: they are the most common, connected to the TV to view content. Portable: they are small, battery-operated and have built-in screen, allowing to visualize DVD anywhere. They typically have additional features such as MP3 player, Photo Viewer, reader of cards or connectivity USB, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Computer: need DVD playback software and drivers. They are generally drives readers/recorders and allow you to read and write data on DVD.



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