Blu ray Fans

Readers here at Techno Station know about the assertion that appeared here and it said the Blu ray may not last longer than a couple of years. There is more to it. Let us have a closer look at Blu ray technology before forming an opinion.

Are you a movie fan and watch one every time when you get time, say weekly or biweekly. Do you love idea of a nice home theater, high-definition, surround-sound experience, then a Blu-Ray disc player is for you.

Blu Ray format has been developed for optimal recording, rewriting, playing and storing of high-definition video. The world first learned about the new technology back in 2006 when Sony released its Playstation 3. To make more advanced games, Sony needed a way to “fit in” more data. While the DVDs in your current collection hold 9 GB of information, the Blu Ray discs are able to hold 25-50 GB, making it five times more efficient. Now Sony, Panasonic, Pioneer, Philips, Samsung, Sharp and JVC and some others are using a different type of laser (blue versus the traditional red) to pack more data with better precision.

Blu ray features 7.0 Surround Sound for better sound, shouts and vibrations than ever before. Likewise, the picture quality is said to be much better than a regular HD-DVD. Best thing is that old CDs and DVDs will still work on the Blu ray players, although all new movie releases will only work on the new Blu ray players.

Trend watchers and market analysts are speculating that demand for Blu ray might surpass the supply soon. It is said that the demand is around 43 million units worldwide, but factories can only handle production for 38 million, and that’s after an upgrade to their facilities.
I would like to settle for Blu ray player. What is your choice?

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