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A Blu-ray player, which is capable of displaying a 3D or three dimensional image on a suitably equipped 3D television or display screen.
Media is a name used to describe a disc that stores recordings/data. There's a variety of types and sizes available and not all compatible. It is essential that you select the correct type for your machine; it's worth checking your instructions.
A Video compression format, which has the ability to compress lengthy video segments into small sizes while maintaining good visual quality. Many newer ‘DivX Certified’ Blu-ray and DVD players are able to play DivX encoded movies.
Protocols, which allow compatible Audio, Visual & Data appliances to link or 'Network' together around the home. In practice all your digital devices will be able to interact together, sharing data from your PC, TV, Internet, Media & Mobile sources.
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.
With Freeview HD you can watch the UK's favourite TV programs with up to 5 times clearer picture quality than standard definition.
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.
A TV or display screen with a Wi-Fi or wireless internet receiver built-in thus allowing the device to connect the internet via an wireless router/modem.
A facility to display still images or photographs, that have been recorded in the JPEG format, which is the most popular photographic format.
MP3’s audio format was designed to greatly reduce the size of file needed to contain an audio recording and still sound like a faithful reproduction of the original recording. Arguably the most popular audio format, it’s ideal for storing a music library.
Indicates whether the appliance records to an Internal Hard Drive or to a Built-in DVD/ Blu-ray recorder or a combination of both.
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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