CD-video


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CD-video

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(Electronics) a compact-disc player that, when connected to a television and hi-fi, produces high-quality stereo sound and synchronized pictures from a disc resembling a large compact audio disc. In full: compact-disc video
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It records and plays back at double or single speeds for all CD formats, including CD-ROM, CD-ROM(XA), CD-I, CD-Audio, CD Bridge Mult-Session, CD-Video, and Photo CD.
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The most important technical development enabling rapid growth and expansion of business television (BTV) is the advent of affordable, high quality, compressed digital video (CD-Video) transmission.
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1987: The CD-video was launched by Philips.1989: Ozzy Osbourne was charged with threatening to kill his wife, Sharon.