No WD TV yet


#1

Hey

I don’t have a WD TV yet, but im thinking about getting one. The only problem is i have a old tv with scart and composite input, will i get a normal DVD quality with composite to compositte?


#2

You will get the same quality as a DVD player plugged in using Composite.  :)


#3

Yes. Assuming your input video is dvd resolution/quality. If you’re looking for the full dvd experience, I would suggest getting the WD TV Live Plus, which supports dvd menus. I use DVD Decrypter to rip my movies into .ISO format. From there I can access the whole dvd from my WD TV Live Plus. It’s AmAzInG :slight_smile:


#4

You can do DVDs on the live, too, with the beta code, that will be the normal code soon…


#5

I mean i have a dvd mashine, that is hooked up with scart so is this the same quality as if i hook the WD TV with composite?


#6

Thomask15 wrote:

I mean i have a dvd mashine, that is hooked up with scart so is this the same quality as if i hook the WD TV with composite?

Yes. The scart lead is probably already giving you composite.


#7

Ok, im buying a WD TV then, 

But the difference between WD TV and WD TV live, is it only the network or what?