A great DVD library will never be complete without at least one piece of hardware.
While many companies will sell a small number of compatible hard drives, most people have the luxury of building their own hard drive that is compatible with all the different DVD-related components.
For this reason, it is important to know what components you can buy to build a DVD library, so you can build the perfect system for your needs.
A great way to start off your DVD library is to consider the best DVD drive you can find, as well as the best storage space available.
We’ve gathered the best hard drives for DVD, DVD+/-RW, BD-ROM, and DVD-R formats that are currently available.
If you are not sure which drive to choose, then you may want to try the DVD-BRAF search engine.
You can also search by name and see the drive name, model, and more.
If all else fails, you can purchase a DVD-RAM to build your own DVD library.
For more DVD libraries, check out our guides to DVD drives and DVD video.