Got any DVD, Blu-Ray or Home Theater questions? Ask the Digital Doctor!!!

Over the next few weeks, we'll be re-booting our DVD CLINIC section to a more updated version called THE DIGITAL DORM with the same content as before (including our DVD/Blu-Ray reviews, release dates & announcements...) but with some new stuff added in as well, including the latest news on cool gadgets, some relevant tech news & yes...videogames.

We'll also be bringing back two of our columns including SHOW US YOUR SHIT and ASK THE DIGITAL DOCTOR, which allows you to ask all of your Blu-Ray, Home Theater & Entertainment, DVD and digital related questions to our resident expert. Just send your emails in to [email protected] and the doc will answer all of your questions relating to the digital world and/or that burning sensation you get when you pee. We already ran 61 such columns from 2007-2009 and now it's back for more! Below are a few questions that have already been asked (and answered!) and check out the rest of the archives right here

Hey good Doctor, any clue when Pulp Fiction will be released on Blu-ray?

Now that I finally took the leap and bought an HDTV, Blu-ray player and surround setup, I now have four remotes! I’ve been looking into buying a universal remote, but have no idea what I want or what I need. What do you suggest?

I bought a brand new Samsung blu-ray player at Sam’s club and I’ve had nothing but problems with it. It’s probably just my imagination, but the picture doesn’t look as clear as it should. I have friends that have similar set-ups and their pictures look much better. Did I get a bad player?

If I buy a TV that can display a 1080i picture, can I watch cable TV in high definition, or do I have to pay extra to my cable company?

Where can I get a copy of the Star Wars holiday special? I heard that George Lucas destroyed everything that had to do with it, but I know there are people out there that have it.

Extra Tidbit: Those pictures of hot nurses above have absolutely nothing to do with this column, but there wasn't much else going on in the article and we figured you wouldn't mind... ;)
Source: DVD Clinic



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