Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Feel the Quality of Sound (DVD Player) with GPS Technology

The Digital Video Disc or DVD is a preferred medium for viewing, recording, and distribution of movies. DVD has been one of the most successful consumer electronics products ever since its introduction as an optical storage disc. It can store and play video, excellent quality audio, still photos, and computer data. Due to its varied set of utilities beside video, it is also called the "Digital Versatile Disc."

All the previous technologies were able to bring about some progress in home entertainment, but the quality of audio and video achievable were far from the real movie experience. Also, the data storage capacity was far from adequate. This void was filled by the arrival of DVD (Digital Video Disc) in the year 1997. This technology was an instant success as it was capable of providing a much higher quality picture and audio quality than a VHS and could process information much faster than a VCD. The distribution of DVDs at varied intervals in various countries could be achieved using region coding on DVDs and DVD players. The later versions of DVD players were multi region enabled to allow playing of all region DVDs. The DVD players have been designed to playback any TV standard like NTSC, PAL, or SECAM. The recent models of DVD players are compatible with a variety of playing media such as CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, MP3, DivX, and WMA, among others.

Today in a market there are so many DVD players are available in a market it's hard to finalize which brand to purchase and which brand to drop. Are you on the lookout for a new DVD player? If you are, then you need to be aware of the terms that people manufacturing, marketing and reviewing new players use these days to describe their products. These terms show us the kind of changes that occurred with DVD technology in the last few years. While it seems that these terms sound cool to the ears, not everyone truly understands the meaning behind them.

Why should you bother learning these terms for describing new DVD player models? That is because today's new player is more than just a device for watching movies on a DVD disc. Today's player has a much better output: crisper, clearer images and more lifelike surround sound. It is also possible for new players today to play CDs and audio files of various formats ranging from mp3s and Windows Media Audio (WMA) files. It is even possible for you to enjoy high-resolution multi-channel music with the Super Audio CD (SACD) codec's built into a lot of the newer DVD equipment.

But no matter what these players are capable of doing these days, what is important is that the DVD machine that you choose should be perfect for your own needs. For one, it should be compatible with your TV set and have the output connections that will allow you to use it with your other audiovisual equipment.

There generally are two differing kinds of car DVD player setups available these days. Original equipment makers or OEM players come with the cars right from the factory while aftermarket players can be bought in a number of different ways and then installed in the automobile. Many of these new DVD players feature navigation capabilities, too. There is a question that many folks are asking, what's GPS and why are GPS DVD car players so good?

For people that don't know, GPS stands for world Positioning System. Many miles overhead, out in space, there are a number of satellites specifically dedicated to beam down location info to devices fitted out to read those beams. DVD car players equipped with GPS navigation systems can pick up those signals, which are translated into easy-to-read maps and such like and which can keep someone that is basically directionally-challenged from getting lost while going down to the neighborhood shop for a gallon of milk. All kidding aside, GPS is a way to literally go from one's stoop in Hartford, Connecticut and take the fastest route to another person's stoop out in San Diego, California.

Many GPS-equipped DVD car players will be able to point out places of interest, the least expensive gasoline and the best hotels or motels along the way. The convenience they offer cannot be overstated. Literally, the sorts of devices that can work with GPS nowadays are almost endless. Even the least expensive cell telephones around can be supplied with GPS capability. There are a number of very inexpensive GPS devices on the market that can be hooked into a power outlet in a car, too though someone who's heavy about their automobile will need to have their in car DVD player supplied with GPS.

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