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How many Blu-Ray and/or HD-DVD discs do you own?
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Post 106 made on Monday June 11, 2007 at 23:13
Anthony
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Kitty: that was some time ago. Since then he did get the PS3 and a lot more movies


BTW if anyone is interested [Link: amazon.com]

my collection went up by 9 because of it last week (well I bought 3 in a store, then two batches of 6 from Amazon- 3 came today and I am guessing the other three will be here any day now)
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OP | Post 107 made on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at 01:37
Daniel Tonks
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I saw that deal... but I could only think of one title I would want to own that don't already own. :-(

I'm only up to 36 BDs right now...
Post 108 made on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at 02:17
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I own 1 blueray and 1 hd for testing installed systems.

I guess I'm not ready to pull the trigger on either one at this time for personal use.
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Post 109 made on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at 21:03
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15 HD mainly for demo, 2 of them I like --be nice to have more of a selection
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Post 110 made on Tuesday June 26, 2007 at 21:57
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I have not purchased any HD-DVD'S or Blu-Ray's, and will not until this war is over, until then I'll continue to watch my up-converting Marantz player.
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Post 111 made on Wednesday June 27, 2007 at 07:22
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As for the war, I went ahead and got the Toshiba HD-A2 when it was <$300. My logic is that I can watch HD-DVDs right now instead of no HD movies of any type, and even if HD-DVD does lose the format war all the HD-DVDs will still be playable on my HD-A2. 8-Track Audio eventually lost to Cassette tapes but for the box of 8-tracks I have I've still got one old deck that can play them, and I did enjoy the music while it could be found. Upconverting is fine, and a standard DVD player is much easier to find new release movies for. It's just a shame to own 3 1080i/p HDTVs and be limited to directTVs HD offerings and OTA ATSC which although digital is rarely true 1080 resolution in my neighborhood. The HD-DVD deck really shows off what HDTV is all about.
Post 112 made on Wednesday June 27, 2007 at 23:01
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I bought a PS3
1) BD has trhe best chance of winning (actualy the only one that has any chance)
2) even if we regress back to DVD there is always an excelent gaming machine (so worth the $) and is an extremely good upscaling DVD player.
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