DVD/Blu-ray

Blu-ray players have now evolved to Universal Players which play all formats - Blu-ray, DVD, CD, Mp3, USB with smart options and internet connection to access streaming services such as Netflix, Foxtel Play, iView and all the others plus a range of apps. 

The most common question is "Can they be played on older TVs and home theatre systems?"  Yes! 

These players are also backward compatible - not only can it be used on older TVs and home theatre systems but they will give great results with DVDs and CDs.

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As Universal Players offer different features and levels of performance, a demonstration is essential. Bring in your favourite movie!

  • Would you like to record TV, or just play video?
  • Will you want to also play CDs?
  • What smart options and apps would you like?
  • Will it be connected to a TV, projector and/or sound system?
  • Do you need to copy or use VHS video or a camera?

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