Many people don’t take the time to properly consider all aspects of a purchase like a DVD player. There can be much more to picking one out than simple cost. If you want to gain the best picture possible you will need to know exactly what your TV support and ensure that you use the highest quality connectors and cables so your picture quality does not suffer.
One of the first things you can do is to take note as to what kinds of inputs your television has. You want to make sure that get the appropriate cables, they are decent in quality, make a solid connection when plugged in and it works well with your components with no artifacts or interference on your TV.
Pick a DVD player that has a remote that feels good in your hand and has good button placement on the remote. In case you prefer to just put DVDs in and hit play, make sure your unit has controllers built in to the front to accommodate this. If you are looking in a brick and mortar store make sure you actually look around and demo each unit right into the store.
When picking out a DVD player, it’s important to not only pay attention to what your feelings are but consider what other people who have previously purchased a unit think of it. A quick search of the model name on the internet will often turn up many reviews. Although it is good to look at reviews its important to not put too much stock into any one review, one user may be having isolated problems that are not something that may occur when you purchase your unit. A good way to look at reviews is to read several of them and look for people that are having the exact same problem.