What video types DVD players have?

Mar 04th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 936 views |Comments Off

The video types DVD players have are as below:  standard RCA composite video, S-video, and Component Video outputs.

On most DVD players, the component video outputs can be set to transfer either a standard interlaced video signal or a progressive scan video signal to a television. Some DVD players also have DVI or HDMI outputs for better connection to HDTVs as well. DVD players typically do not have cable or antenna outputs.

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