Who invented the Blu-ray player for Mac?

Answer Blu-Ray DVDs are for HD TVs and require a Blu-Ray player or a PS3. The sound is improved and the crispness of the picture (graphics) is noticeably improved.

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Who invented the CD player?

The CD player was invented alongside the CD by James T. Russell and patented in 1970, according to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At the time, he was working for the Battelle Memorial I... Read More »

Why was the cd player invented?

Debate still continues over whether or not CD's or cassettes are superior. However, as of 2009, while CD's and CD players are a commonplace item both at stores and households, cassettes and cassett... Read More »

Who invented the VHS player?

Known as the Video Home System, VHS players were invented by Japanese company JVC and released in 1977 in the U.S. During the VHS vs. Betamax format war, JVC opened up the VHS technology to other c... Read More »

Who invented the blu-ray player?

Just as a player like the PS3 has the capability to play the DVDs and Cds along with the Blue Ray discs and a DVD writer can also write Cds