Brain Blasters – First VHS-to-DVD, Now DVD-to-HD?

Posted in: Brain Blasters, News and Opinions by David Annandale on February 2nd, 2007

5 Comments

  1. Tom
    02/02/2007 @ 12:48 pm

    You make interesting points. Even as the new formats gain in popularity, I highly doubt your average DVD enthusiast will be interested in replacing his/her entire DVD collection for new HD versions. Even with VHS-to-DVD, a transition which brought a much greater increase in quality, there are still people who have – and use – both VCRs and DVD players in their homes. I think DVD and HD will be mutually popular in the time remaining before we move away from disc-based formats.

  2. Jeremy
    02/02/2007 @ 2:34 pm

    Tim Lucas has it wrong… Blu-ray players are backwards compatible and can play DVD and CD media.

  3. Danny
    02/05/2007 @ 2:01 pm

    I’m sorry but not all Blu-ray players can play audio cds (the Sony and Pioneer elite players).

  4. Evan
    02/06/2007 @ 2:39 pm

    When I first came into the world of high def discs, I too believed that I would never replace my existing dvd library, that the improvement in picture quality was going to be incremental, unlike vhs to dvd which was significant. Boy was I wrong! These high def discs (I own HD-DVD and Blu-Ray players) are amazing and quite an improvement over dvd. Even a B

  5. Evan (cont.)
    02/06/2007 @ 2:55 pm

    With HD, even a B

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