Tag Archives: DVD players

Is DVD Player Industry Going Down?

May 07th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,493 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 »

What should we do if we bought a defective DVD player?

Apr 14th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,828 views |Comments Off

In order to adress this issue more effectively, I will cite a friend’s personal experience and give an analysis for it.

Case narration: A couple of weeks ago I bought a DVD player. It worked for the first few times I used it but now it just won’t work at all. I took it back to the shop but the salesperson told me that as it was working when they sold it to me, the company is no longer responsible for it. Furthermore, the sales-person also implied I might have damaged it. I know I have used the DVD player properly and that I have not damaged it. What can I do? Read More »

Is it time to let Blu-ray take the place of DVD?

Apr 03rd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,795 views |Comments Off

In recent years, Blu-ray DVD and player have become a hot topic over the world. People happy for it, people expecting for it, thouhg some DVD dealers may feel their days are gone. What is it all about? Let’s ready an article which were writen by Matt Soergel from jacksonville.com and posted at April 3, 2010 – 12:25am. Read More »

How to troubleshoot Windows XP-based computer can not read CD or DVD problems? – 2

Apr 01st, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,661 views |Comments Off

Method 1: Troubleshoot error messages (iPod video converter)
1. Please note the specific error message, and then write down the error message to determine whether a particular file name was refered.
2. Visit the following Microsoft Web site, in the Microsoft Knowledge Base search for information about the error message: http://support.microsoft.com Read More »

Why Would I Need to Upgrade DVD Player Firmware?

Mar 30th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,982 views |Comments Off

Some times we can not play the DVD on our computer, and was told to upgrade our firmware. So how to deal with it?

DVD players are just computers. Each of them has a software program that decides how it plays discs. It’s called firmware because the software is stored on a chip. Some players have flaws in their programming that cause problems when playing certain DVDs. To rectify the problem, or in some cases to work around authoring errors on popular discs, the player must be upgraded with a replacement firmware chip. This usually has to be done in a factory service center, although some players can be upgraded simply by inserting a CD. Read More »

The guidence of DVD purchase

Mar 25th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,816 views |Comments Off

For one time play or for collection?
If just for DVD play, then no need to over-pursue version! As long as a clear translation in general can be fine. To be frankly, lossy compression (ysys) D5 film much better than the VCD, and I usually buy the D5 film, I buy D9 for collection, buy the D9 version of a good movie, so D5 does give us more to enjoy the film and a good way to save money (flyerzeng language). Read More »

Why the movie sound stopped and then continue playing?

Mar 24th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,611 views |Comments Off

Transmitted through the SPDIF audio signal loss arising may be your power supply is of low-quality, perhaps you need to purchase a surge suppressor to limit the current. Audio signal loss may be also caused by low-quality fiber-optic or coaxial cable caused. Some users have reported that poor PC power supply can also cause the same problem. There is another reason, I have experienced with the software NanDub like Muxing (mixed) tracks, as settings are too tight (64/64ms), leading to signal loss.

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A comparison between DVD X Player and DVD Ghost

Mar 23rd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,108 views |Comments Off

Generally speaking, both DVD Ghost and DVD X Player can break DVD copyright; and they all can help you in DVD copying. But DVD X Player have a lot more function than DVD Ghost does, like DVD play, record ect. Read More »

Is DVD-Video a worldwide standard? Does it work with NTSC, PAL, and SECAM?

Jan 07th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,902 views |Comments Off

Video on a DVD is stored in digital format, but it’s formatted for one of two mutually incompatible television systems: 525/60 (NTSC) or 625/50 (PAL/SECAM). Therefore, there are two kinds of DVDs: “NTSC DVDs” and “PAL DVDs.” Some players only play NTSC discs, others play PAL and NTSC discs. Read More »

What is DVD?

Jan 03rd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,782 views |1 Comments

DVD is movies on a shiny disc, and much more. It’s an optical disc storage technology for video, audio, and computer data. DVD is essentially a bigger, faster CD that can hold high-quality digital video, better-than-CD audio, pictures, and any other sort of digital information. DVD encompasses home entertainment, computers, and business information with a single digital format. Read More »