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    trajillo's Avatar Fitter Happier
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    wats a DVD?

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    DVD
    A type of optical disc that uses the same 120mm diameter as a CD and looks like a CD, but has a significantly higher storage capacity. Whereas CDs are recorded on only one side, DVDs can be recorded. Satisfied!

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    also, dvd stands for "digital versatile disk"

    you need a dvd drive/player to use them.

    edit: wher do cats come into this

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    Maybe is just bored

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    Initiative

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    Someone wants cats ??

    I got cats! lots of cats.

    http://s89291739.onlinehome.us/meow/

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    hey btw wats does a DVD compare to VHS how is it better cause?

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    Originally posted by trajillo@27 December 2003 - 01:42
    hey btw wats does a DVD compare to VHS how is it better cause?
    well put very simply a dvd is pin sharp, where vhs is fuzzy

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    VHS are bigger, DVD's have great quality, they dont have to be rewinded.... They make everything easier.

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    DVD is digital thats why you don't lose quality each time you copy, with VHS you do.

    With DVD you can have menus and other features VHS lack.


    Whats the point of this question in any case?
    Robert00000

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