It’s Simplistik – Go Blu or Go Home

blurayWith so many choices today, whether it be what kind of milk to buy or whether to buy pure bred dogs or go to a rescue shelter, it’s nice to know that some choices are super easy.  For instance, if you’re looking to get a new “player” for your home theater, there’s no question that you should spend the tiny bit more money to go with BluRay player.  It used to be a tough choice for some, but not any more.  Here are a few reasons that should help the non-converted.

Today, we’re going to talk about why you may want to step up to a Blu-ray disc player. There are many advantages going for the Blu-ray disc player and its media– better image quality, better audio quality, and tons of special features.

Blu-ray discs deliver hi-definition 1080p image quality which is the best way to get the most out of your HDTV, while a DVD is limited to standard definition. Blu-ray also offers sharper images, more contrast, and richer colors. If you like the way HD looks, you’ll be blown away, because content delivered via the Blu-ray disc player is the highest quality 1080p available.

And what about audio? Same goes for audio – more capacity on the disc means less compressed audio and a higher quality sound. By adding an HD home theater system, you’ll be hearing things exactly as the sound engineers intended, and you’ll be amazed.

As for special features, a lot of the new Blu-ray disc players connect to the internet, so you can instantly stream online entertainment, including movies from Netflix, YouTube videos, TV shows, and music from a long list of providers. All of this without even having to hook your TV up to a computer. That gives you access to millions of entertainment options.

Also, some Blu-ray disc players are now 3D capable, so you can watch movies in 3D right at home. Remember, if you want 3D, you need a 3D capable HDTV, a 3D source, 3D content, and 3D active glasses.

Now that I’ve convinced you to run out and buy a Blu-ray disc player, be sure to hold on to your standard DVDs because you can still play them on your Blu-ray disc player. Another reason to upgrade to Blu-ray – your current DVD library is not obsolete, and a Blu-ray disc player will upscale those DVDs so they will look even better than before.