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Save The Hd-dvd Format! (support Is Stronger Than Ever)

Discussion in 'HD DVD discussion' started by acpgames, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. aspire180

    aspire180 Regular member

    Feb 16, 2004
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    I'm sticking with HD-DVD for the forseeable future.

    I like the few discs I already have and the economically priced player (A3 for $100)...Plus, it's ability to upconvert my standard DVDs.

    Not going anywhere for awhile.

    Moreover, tired of Sony and it's proprietary ways
  2. NexGen76

    NexGen76 Regular member

    Jan 25, 2007
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    WOW your comments was more mature.

    Lets look at the numbers.

    Nielsen/VideoScan Numbers ending January 13th


    WE: BD-85% HDD-15% YTD: BD-74% HDD-26% SI: BD-63% HDD-37%

    Nielsen/VideoScan Numbers ending January 20th


    WE: BD-83% HDD-17% YTD: BD-76% HDD-24% SI: BD-64% HDD-36%

    Nielsen/VideoScan Numbers ending January 27th


    WE: BD-82% HDD-18% YTD: BD-77% HDD-23% SI: BD-64% HDD-36%

    Nielsen/VideoScan Numbers ending February 3rd


    WE: BD-74% HDD-26% YTD: BD-76% HDD-24% SI: BD-65% HDD-35%

    Now i don't know what Nielsen/VideoScan Numbers your looking at but the Warner move has did like most project it.

    Far as the amazon thing goes they isn't the leading HD seller they are 3 or 4 at best.Even Ray Charles know thats a Fire sale i even picked up a A3 which make a great upscale DVD player.

    Guess you didn't look hard enough because Warner has announced Matrix & many other Past titles that didn't come to Blu-Ray.I would like to see a link to this Warner out clause all so.These blockbusters titles are time released are at leased 3 weeks or more also they just push back there catalog titles also,So good luck trying to get them before June because the one they are releasing up to June is water down at best.

    [bold]More Warner 2008/2009 Blu-ray Release Plans[/bold]


    [bold]Warner Extends HD DVD Release Delay to Catalog Titles[/bold]


    Thats the most laughable thing I've heard this year with BD holding the majority of the Big studio.You don't even believe that flawed logic.If you willing to pay the price for two HD-DVD then so be it but very few & i say very few HD titles are worth double the price.

    Please educate yourself on this issue because its HD-DVD that having issues with system bricking left & right because of firmware.BD had one issue with two disc which was the two very first disc to use DVD+.Thats has been fixed(firmware upgrade) & since then there have been over 30 titles released on BD+ with no issues what so ever don't get upset because BD has close all the BS excuses people used to cover up that they was to cheap to go out & buy DVD's.Anti consumer NO more like Anti Pirate.
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2008

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