Category Archives: Glossary & FAQs

Anything you need to know about glossary and FAQs.

Different type of DVD

May 10th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,497 views |Comments Off

DVD’s range of products can be divided into: DVD-Video (DVD discs), DVD-ROM (read-only type DVD), DVD-Audio (DVD Audio), DVD-R (write once to type DVD) and DVD-RAM (rewritable type DVD).

Is DVD Player Industry Going Down?

May 07th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,693 views |Comments Off

Statistics show, DVD players sales reach their lowest point in seven years.

The drop is being blamed on widespread use of set top boxes and an increase in downloading; experts are even warning that the technology could be retired in the next ten years. Read More »

Is there a amplifier with AC-3 decoder and 5.1 channel can work with a built-in AC-3 decoding DVD player with the use of it?

May 05th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,662 views |Comments Off

A built-in AC-3 decoding DVD player is compatible with AC-3 decoder and 5.1 channel amplifier.

Does DVD player in computer support AC-3 or DTS?

May 04th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,846 views |Comments Off

Amp and speakers for computers and DVD player software decoding demands to Dobly AC-3 or Dobly ProLogic nature, and few see the dts decoding Amp, probably not much dts movies.

What is Regional Coding (area code)?

May 04th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,779 views |4 Comments

DVD alliance divided the world into 1-6 areas according to geographic region, and every DVD player and DVD will be locked in one area, DVD can only play in one area (the area by selling products corresponding to the region code locked ). For example: Taiwan belongs to zone 3, so the DVD you bought in the U.S. (part 1 area) will not be able to play in your Read More »

What is the main features of DVD-VIDEO?

Apr 30th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,466 views |Comments Off

* Using high quality MPEG-2 video standard
* Support for 4:3 full screen, 4:3 PS, 16:9 wide-screen and other screen formats deformation
* Supports up to eight tracks of digital audio and 32 subtitle
* Each sound track can have up to 8 channels
* Up to 9 view angle Read More »

What is DVD’s two audio formats AC-3 and DTS?

Apr 30th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,721 views |Comments Off

Dolby Digital AC-3 surround sound system provided by five full-range channels plus a subwoofer channel is formed, it is called 5.1-channel, five channel, including front of “the left channel,” ” mid-channel “,” right track “, the rear of the” Left surround channel “and” right surround channels. ” The sixth channel is the subwoofer channel contains some extra bass of information, making some scenes, such as explosion, crash, etc. better. (DVD to 3GP Converter) Read More »

An comparison between the internal structure of CD and DVD discs

Apr 29th, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,140 views |Comments Off

The minimum pit length CD 0.834um, Road spacing 1.6um.
DVD of the minimum pit length of 0.4um, Road pitch 0.74um.

Marks and functions of DVD disc

Apr 29th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,553 views |Comments Off

1, DVD Video mark: standard DVD-Video laser disc.

2, DOLBY DIGITAL Dolby sign on behalf of this CD sound signals have been used within the AC-3 encoding process, you can enjoy the number of digital sound effects if your computer have AC-3 decoding equipment. Of course, in addition to this symbols, other mark such as DTS, MPEG2 will also appear. Read More »

Simple method to distinguish between D5 and D9

Apr 28th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,601 views |Comments Off

As some unscrupulous dealers in the market are selling D5 in the name of D9 for big profit, newbies are easily being cheated, here are several simple and practical identification method:

1) See the color of signal plane: Read More »