10 things about Blu-Ray you always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

December 5, 2008 by  

Have a big HDTV and want the best in movie picture quality? Bought a 1080p and really want to see it in all its glory? Everyone agrees that Blu-Ray is the way to go, if this is your desire. But there’s a lot of misinformation in the marketplace about Blu-Ray, and this article from USA Today tends to answer the top 10 questions that people ask when considering a blu-ray player.

For example, why is a blu-ray player called blu-ray? Pretty simple: the ray that reads the disc is blue. There’s some technical reasons why this is, too: a blue ray can be focused more, resulting in more info fitting on a disc. The storage capacity is roughly 5x that of a traditional DVD disc.

See more questions here.

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