DVD-Audio, Recordable DVD Keys To Format's Profitable Growth

Abraham, Michelle
January 2002
TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;1/8/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p48
Trade Publication
Forecasts the growth of the digital video disc (DVD) player market in the United States. Introduction of mobile DVD systems; Standardization of high-fidelity and multichannel audio formats recordable DVD formats; Capability of high capacity DVD recorders to record high definition television.


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