What's the difference between DVD and Blu-ray Disc? How would I connect a DVD player to my TV to get the best possible picture? My TV doesn't accept progressive-scan signals, so paying extra for a progressive-scan DVD player is a waste of money, right? Plus more...
How to find a DVD player that has the performance and features that matter most to you.
Learn about DVD features and specifications.
Learn how DVDs and Blu-ray Discs store video and audio data. You'll also find out what sets Blu-ray apart, making the it the format of choice for high-def home theater.
Both SACD and DVD-Audio offer higher resolution sound than standard CDs. Learn about the technology behind them and what you'll need to take advantage of these formats.
The second-gen Fit improves upon all that was good about the original and adds some cool new stuff to the mix. It's a little bit bigger, a little more refined, and a little more composed, but it still has the practicality and tossability that made the Fit a hit in the first place.
Maybe you want both cassette and CD in your car. Perhaps you'd like to enjoy CDs while keeping the factory radio in your leased vehicle. Try a changer for the convenience of having multiple discs at the ready.
In this article, we'll give you the information you need to choose the right type of audio or video connection, and tips on finding a good, high-quality cable.
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HDTV resolution can seem like a confusing numbers game. This article explains what the numbers mean and which ones you really need to pay attention to.
Our exclusive Mobile Video Installation Guide provides details on suggested system layouts and wiring routes for several major types of mobile video systems. The large, easy-to-read format is modeled on our MasterSheet® instructions, and includes helpful diagrams and a list of the tools you'll need.
Learn how to install a first-rate backseat mobile video system. Charlie Pastorfield reviews his installation of Vizualogic's dual headrest monitor package in a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado.