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 What is the difference between blueray and hd?

Answer First of all blue-ray is only DVD, while HD i think can be both. Also, Blue-ray has much better quality.
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What is the difference between a DVD and Blueray?

dvds are a standard definition media that stores sd video. Blu-rays are the next gen media for high definition video. also, blu-rays have 7.1 surround sound and dvds have 5.1 surround sound so blu... Read More »
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Ok i got a 3D HD Blueray player (ht-e45000) but now I can't change the Blueray Speaker volume by. Look Below↓?

what is a ht-e45000 and its BLU-RAY not blueray
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Is there a big difference in HD DVDs and Blueray dvds?

Depends on who's viewpoint. They all hold data, and that doesn't change. How exactly they store it is much different, and Blueray can hold slightly more data.
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Can i use this blueray on my tv?

Yes, your TV will work with your BluRay player. Your TV has a 1366 by 768 resolution, which means it will support 720p and 1080i high definition, but not full 1080p high definition. Only TVs with... Read More »
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