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Av cable vs component vs hdmi , which the best resolution for dvd video?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 02:38
HDMI will always give out the best picture,
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 03:07
HDMI is the best connection, but as far as which gives the best picture, it gets a bit more complicated. But if you want to skip the technical explanation then the answer is that most people can't tell the difference, so if you have multiple devices that use HDMI and a TV with few inputs, using a regular connection for your DVD player isn't going to ruin your movie watching experience. HDMI as another plus is a much simpler connection. The whole "upconverting DVD player makes your movies 1080p" thing is a scam. Your TV upconverts all signals it receives in order for them to fill the whole screen, so if you have a nice TV it probably does a better job of this than your $30 DVD player. If you have a bluray player, on the other hand, you absolutely need an HDMI cable for the best experience.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 04:24
Hi josh has the best explanation except for one point i will make it really does not matter if the contacts are copper or gold that old idea is just a big profit for some one else.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 05:50
HDMI is the best
Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 10:36
HDMI cable will provide you with the best video resolution of 1080P along with a 7.1 audio. Compnent cable can only support 720P and you will also need an optical audio cable. By the time you purchase the component cable and optical audio cable, it will be more expensive than one HDMI cable. Hope this will help you out.
Answer #6 | 23/12 2013 07:55
When HDMI first came out there was some controversy that Component looked better on certain TV's and with certain high quality DVD players that had been optimized for component..over HDMI. Since then HDMI has been improved and Component has gone by the way side....so if you have some really old equipment of high quality in its day both TV and DVD player you may be able to tweak out a better picture with component but any modern equipment either hi end or just regular HDMI is going to be the way to go....

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