Remember when you just had to upgrade all of your DVDs to Blu-ray?
We’re guessing that those Transformers discs, the many adventures of Jason Bourne, and even the Avatar special-edition don’t really get as much play as they used to. In fact, we know a lot of that Blu-ray collection is probably collecting dust at this point.
Instead of taking up valuable AV real estate, many home theater owners are ditching the disc for alternative entertainment methods. Whether you’re going digital or just downsizing, that Blu-ray player is starting to look like a bit of a dinosaur.
While most Blu-ray players are pretty slim, you could probably use any extra room when it comes to electronics. Want to make some space in that AV cabinet?
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