Would these work on Standard Tube TVs?

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  • Would these work on Standard Tube TVs?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 13:15
Hi, Most standard tube TV's are not High Definition capable (only some projection types are). You could use a SCART or the Red/White/Yellow connectors into the TV. You won't see any difference between a Blu-ray film and a standard film at all. Most Blu-ray players can play video files off a USB but they are pretty fussy with file formats, resolutions and bitrates. Your best bet is to view an online manual of the player you intend buying and see if it plays the most common formats. You may find it differs from model to model. I have a BDP-S370 which is a few years old and it'll play most video files up to 1920x1080@30 fps as long as it's under 4GB in size.
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Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 13:18
No. That Blu Ray player only has an HDMI output. Your tube TV does not have an HDMI input.
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Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 16:10
It will work if the player has rca inputs. If not you need a hdmi to rca adapter however blu ray on a tube tv is a waste because it won't be in hd unless the tv is a hdtv.
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