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Alla våra filmer är svenska utgåvor om inget annat anges. 

Våra importfilmer (står import i titeln) är Region B (Europa) som innebär att de går att spela i alla svenska/europeiska blurayspelare. De saknar svensk text om inget annat anges. Importfilmerna har normalt 1-9 arbetsdagars leveranstid.


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Bluray har högre upplösning, vilket innebär bättre bildkvalitet än DVD. Du behöver en blurayspelare för att kunna spela upp filmen och helst en HDTV för att utnyttja den bättre bildkvaliteten. Men idag klarar de flesta TV Full HD (1080p) eller 4K som är ännu högre upplösning.

Blu-ray builds on the foundation established by DVD in the quest for a higher-quality TV viewing and listening experience. Although DVD is much better than previous formats, such as VHS and Laserdisc, it is not a high definition format. With the advent of HDTV, the trend for larger TV screen sizes, and an increased use of video projectors, the limitations of DVD quality become more noticeable.

Blu-ray enables viewers to see more depth, a wider range of color shades, and more detail in the image than from DVD.

Where DVD utilizes Red Laser technology, the Blu-ray Disc format utilizes Blue Laser technology and sophisticated video compression to achieve high definition video playback on the same size disc as a standard DVD.

A blue laser light beam is narrower than a red laser, which means it can focus more precisely on a disc surface. Taking advantage of this, the "pits" on the disc where information is stored can be made much smaller. This means more "pits" can be placed onto a Blu-ray disc than a DVD. Increasing the number of pits creates more storage capacity on the disc, which is needed for the additional space required for high definition video.

In addition to increased video capacity, Blu-ray also provides more audio capacity than DVD. Instead of just including Standard Dolby Digital and DTS audio that is used on DVD (which are referred to as "lossy" audio formats because they are more highly compressed in order to fit onto a DVD disc), Blu-ray has the capacity to hold those formats and more, with up 8 channels of uncompressed audio in addition to video content.

Blu-ray's high definition (HD) picture is often referred to as '1080p'. This means that it's made up of 1,080 horizontal lines, compared with just 576 on a standard-definition DVD. The extra resolution makes Blu-ray look sharper, more detailed and more realistic. Therefore, you'd expect the Blu-ray version of a film to be shown in a much higher quality - up to four times that of the DVD.

What Does Blu-Ray Mean?

Blu-ray is a media format designed to replace the DVD format. Blu-ray uses a different type of laser to read the discs, allowing more data to be stored on a single disc. As Blu-ray can store more data, it can provide a much better picture (Hi-def) than the DVD format as well as better audio.

Will a Blu-Ray Player Still Play DVDS?

If you have an extensive DVD collection, don't worry; you don't need to replace your DVDs with Blu-rays. All Blu-ray players can play existing DVDs. Additionally, most Blu-ray players include technology advancements that allow the players to improve the visual playback of existing DVDs.

What Do I Need to Play a Blu-Ray Disc?

Blu-ray playback can require several pieces of equipment for the best experience. Additionally, certain players may not be capable of playing all of the special features on the new Blu-ray discs.

Det är onödigt att ha en Full-HD TV eller som idag 4K-TV hemma och bara använda en bråkdel av bildkvaliteten du kan få.

Här kan ni läsa mer: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/blu-ray-dvd-players/article/blu-ray-vs-dvd - Which?

https://www.lifewire.com/what-is-blu-ray-1846537

https://www.liveabout.com/what-is-blu-ray-2108084