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A player capable of raising DVD picture quality closer to Full HD standard by filling in the gaps between the lines described as Upscaling. It isn’t quite Blu-ray quality, it can't add detail that wasn’t in the original DVD but it does boost performance.
A computer network connection or port which will allow a suitably equipped TV or display screen to connect to a computer network and potentially to the internet via router/modem.
Freeview is the equivalent of a TV tuner, locking onto all of the freely available digital channels broadcast from ground transmitters. Freesat is the Satellite equivalent, broadcasting from space. A Satellite dish is required to receive these broadcasts.
A Storage device capable of holding vast amounts of data, essential for storing large Audio and Video files, Still Images and Software. Hard drives are described by their capacity in Gigabytes (GB) and Terabytes (TB); the larger the capacity the better.
Hard drives are available in a variety of sizes or capacities, their storage size in expressed in Gigabytes (Gb) or now Terabytes (Tb), the larger the number the greater the capacity and the more room to store programmes.
A high quality digital connection between data source and display screen carrying both sound and vision signals. The current HDMI 1.3 standard carries high-definition audio and a broader colour spectrum and the new HDMI 1.4 standard supports 3D playback.
SCART used to be the most common standard for connecting audio-visual equipment together. With its 21-pin adaptor, SCART was a nice simple solution for carrying audio and visual signals.
A type of data connection used by PC's and peripherals to interconnect with each other, now being used on TV & AV devices to transfer large media files and films to media players and display screens.
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