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Hi.

Yes, it is possible but it is not worth, and the result will not be true HD.

To get HD format you need to go through a process called upscaling. This can be done connecting the DVD player output to an upscaling device, similar to the ones that are commonly used for game consoles.

The result will be a standard definition picture where each point is traduced into 4 or more points in the HD output.

In no way you can get true HD out of a DVD, simply because the smaller points with the higher definition do not exist in the original DVD.

The upscaling device will cost from $30 to $80, and the result will not be true high definition. Considering that today you can buy a basic BRD player from about $80, buying an upscaler is definitively not worth.

This is a better solution, true HD and built in upscaling for your old DVD: Sony BDP-S360

Regards.

Ginko.

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