Figures have been released showing that sales of DVD players have fallen to their lowest point in seven years.
This is such a concern that industry experts are predicting that it could be the beginning of the end for the equipment.
The fall in DVD player sales is being put down to the increase in downloads which means there is no need for the consumer to keep a hard copy of their favourite movie.
It was back in 2007 when DVD player sales were at their peak in the UK, with 7.3 million DVD players and recorders being sold.
Last year the figure was just 5.7 million and if this trend continues it is estimated that around 4.5 million will be sold in 2014.