Do you still have one of those old TV’s? Well it may be time to upgrade to a new wide screen television. DVD’s are starting to be made in wide screen only. This is a good thing, because it’s going to enhance the movie experience in home theater systems.
So what is the TV do you need to have the best move experience, without breaking the budget? Believe it your not but picture quality is the thing that you want to be looking for, not the size or how much it costs. After all, if you can’t make out what’s on the TV then what’s the point? This brings me to the two types of formats, HD-DVDs and Blu-Ray DVDs.
Blu-ray Vs HD DVD
High Definition DVD’s looks just like a normal DVD, but they hold so much more information. The picture quality on the HD-DVDs is fantastic. Although finding HD DVD’s may be a little on the hard side. Starting some time in the future, HDTV programming will be broadcasting to your TVs. The resolution on HD DVDs are just as important has picture quality, having just basic knowledge is all that’s needed. The screen is made up of thousands of pixels, the more pixels the better the screen resolution is going to be. 1080i is what one is looking for in HD DVD as a picture quality.
Sony, the inventor Blu-ray was and is supported by manufacturers such as JVC, LG, Panasonic and Philips. Blu-Ray DVD is the newest type of format that has come out. The format was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. These discs can hold of to 50 GB of data on duel layer DVDs.
With the two options to choose from, finding a movie to watch may be the next road bump in the road. Blockbuster Online new program called “Total Access” offers many Blu-Ray and HD DVD in there collection.