Well, we don't have a television per se anymore. We use the computer and internet to watch "television" and therefore we use the DVD player or Blu-Ray player in the computer. Blu-Ray has a much better quality of picture. Some of our computers have a DVD player and some have a Blu-Ray player. Blu-Ray is definitely the way to go.
I LOVE my PS3! Yes it "upgrades" my old DVD's to a much better picture. That being said, unless you have a high def TV you won't see the difference. But once you get it set right, you'll never want to watch any other way.
Warm Wags from Kitty, the Creepy Freak! Central Time USA
both my kids have a PS3 and it plays blu-ray disc. they know the difference and when they get new movies its blu-ray or nothing, movies are crystal clear, I always say its the same to me and they say put your glasses on ( for reading ) my boys are 28 and 25.I hope this helps you Kelly
I don't have a blue ray and I don't see one in my near future. I still have a pretty good size collection of VHS movies too and I haven't seen a VHS/BR combo the way I have my DVD/VHS combo player. When this one quits we'll probably go BR but until then I'll stick with what I've already got.
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yes, you can tell a difference. BR players will play reg DVD's also. I buy everything on BR now... and try to get BR/DVD combos in some of the movies so my daughter can watch in her room... she has a DVD player only.
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