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Tv/dvd combo My tv is HD ready, is my built in dvd player also hd?  I havent tried to watch an hddvd yet, should I?

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The DVD built in, is a standard DVD player. I don't think Blu Ray or HD-DVD was standardized at the time, and if they were, were quite expensive at the time.

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Unfortunately that TV Doesn't play media from U.S.B device.
This is the great features of that TV.

  • Free view built-in-- This TV includes a digital tuner which allows you to watch u p to 40 digital Free view TV channels with no monthly subscription or contract required.
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Thompson DVD DTH271E refuses to play HD DVDs but fine normal DVDS, cant seem to get any help via Thompson, & think may need "firmfare" update? New machine but in Spain & language...


Hello there.

Push "Play/Pause" and "DVD Rec" on the dvd recorder a few seconds to see the service menu. There you can find your firmware version.

Post back the version for us.

Hope this helps.

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Toshiba HDDVD Player Model HD-A3


well your TV has a 1920 x 1080 Pixels hi resolution is this what you mean?

I would hook up your HDDVD via HDMI to the TV and the regular DVD to Component1 on the TV,

hope this helps

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Toshiba 52" REGZA has a grainy picture


There is no easy (read: cheap) solution for this. Especially because your TV is so big, the only thing that will look good on it is something that plays at the very least 720p HD output.

I don't know what your DVD player model is, but you want an upconverting DVD player, and even then, the quality will not be full HD. The only thing that is full 1080p HD on the market today is Blu-Ray, and game consoles like XBox 360 and PS3.

As for the sports, it depends on the TV you bought. If the deal was too good to be true for a 52" TV, you probably got one with a low Hz, or a high refresh rate. This means that the images played don't update quick enough for high motion video like action movies and sports, which is why it's blurry. Mine has a 3ms response time, by comparison.

Hope this helps, please rate me.

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Xbox 360 HDDVD Player


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Check the region code of the disc against your consoles region code, if they don't match it won't it.

Also have you installed the updates for the HD Player, if not either download them via Xbox live or download them from here and copy to disc:
http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/x/xbox360hddvdplayer/downloadredirect.htm Cheers

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We have a wharfedale dvdr24hdmi player recorder but the hddvd we have purchased will not play.A note inside the dvd disc suggests we consult yourselves for a firmware or software update.


The wharfedale dvdr24 is an upscaling dvd player and not a hd dvd player which is why it wont recognise the disc you are trying to play.

HDMI just means that it connects to your tv via an hdmi cable, so unfortunatley you'll need to buy a hd dvd player to play your disc.

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Converting up to 1080


Hello. You have to use the HDMI port and connect to the HDMI, or DVI, port on the back of the TV to get 1080. Even if playing HDDVD, this cable is necessary to get the increase. That, and the TV has to be in 1080 too. If you look at the display, on the front of the player, while watching the DVD, it will tell you at what resolution the DVD is playing. The HDMI to HDMI/DVI must be installed to get the increase in resolution. I have a Panasonic HD 34" 1080i widescreen TV, with DVI connection. When connected, the player played my DVD's at 1080i on my TV, while at only 480i thru the composite cables.

On some older movies or series(I like Star Trek- TNG), it doesn't work well due to the transfer to the DVD. Most newer DVD's, such as Batman Begins (there is an HD out, but I have DVD only), improved on the upconvert for me nicely.

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HD4208TIII-PDP 42'' Plasma TV


Your TV may not support your HD channel signal. Check with HD DVD & non-HD DVD players to confirm.

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I have a problem like this but mine will play regular dvd's
and just stop playing hd dvd's . exact same message

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