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There are other aspects that further improve image quality. Samsung’s Blu-ray player and Toshiba’s HD-XA2 have HQ, which can smooth out gradations of colors and help lessen the jaggies of standard definition discs. Background objects and even people can look like blobs on some standard definition players and screens. HQV processing helps transform them into their actual shapes where arms, legs, bodies and trees, for example, have sharp detail.
Pioneer’s BDP-94HD, for example, is a Blu-ray player that is fully equipped for the future. It is able to output 1080p at 24 frames per second rates, mimicking a movie’s natural film format. It also has a built-in Dolby True HD and DTS HD decoder for uncompressed sound, and a home media gallery that connects to a home network and upconverts movies and photos to 1080p. Another future-proof feature is HDMI CEC. When used in conjunction with compatible TVs and receivers, the technology provides system control and signal adjustments through an HDMI connection.
A hi-def player sale also presents a great opportunity to maximize profitability with accessories. A quality HDMI cable that is speed rated and Simplay HD certified to transfer 1080p at 24fps is needed to transfer the entire signal. Adding a power conditioner to the package also helps to improve image quality. Don’t sell your customer or your business short by just selling the player.