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blu-ray has won
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
20930 posts
blu-ray wins

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp (6502.T: Quote, Profile, Research) is planning to give up on its HD DVD format for high definition DVDs, conceding defeat to the competing Blu-Ray technology backed by Sony Corp (6758.T: Quote, Profile, Research), a company source said on Saturday.

The move will likely put an end to a battle that has gone on for several years between consortiums led by Toshiba and Sony vying to set the standard for the next-generation DVD and compatible video equipment.
08:09pm 17/02/08 Permalink
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08:09pm 17/02/08 Permalink
CHUB
Brisbane, Queensland
3950 posts
I hope all you Bluray supporters are happy, way to pwn yourself.
08:11pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Ad
Brisbane, Queensland
937 posts
for f**** sake spok at least give Blu-ray the capital letter it deserves title nub
08:23pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
20931 posts
i have no time for capitals
08:25pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Skitza
Brisbane, Queensland
8250 posts
woot

it's sony but hmm oh well
08:27pm 17/02/08 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
7267 posts
trog and whoop will be over the moon
08:28pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Alize`
Brisbane, Queensland
1071 posts
I am very happy, thanks Chub.
08:29pm 17/02/08 Permalink
nF
Forum Hero
Wynnum, Queensland
13876 posts
suck on that sony haters
08:33pm 17/02/08 Permalink
sif greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
68 posts
You have just enabled terrorists to use the laser(s) found in Blue-ray players for creating weapons of mass destruction. I hope you f**** are happy.

P.S why is Blue-ray crap so expensive compared to the HD crap?
08:40pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Reverend Evil
Wynnum, Queensland
15480 posts
Awesome news. Twas silly having two different formats.
08:42pm 17/02/08 Permalink
crazymorton
Gladstone, Queensland
235 posts
will be even more expensive now i imagine
08:45pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Xy
Mackay, Queensland
1444 posts
P.S why is Blue-ray crap so expensive compared to the HD crap?

"It's a SONY!"
08:46pm 17/02/08 Permalink
nF
Forum Hero
Wynnum, Queensland
13877 posts
because the laser is more pricey and because toshiba heavily discounted their players
08:53pm 17/02/08 Permalink
sif greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
69 posts
still doesn't explain why the Blu-ray disks are more expensive than normal.
08:58pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
8465 posts
Hats off to Toshiba for admitting defeat and not dragging on a pricey war for everyone.
08:59pm 17/02/08 Permalink
whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
12413 posts
where did I leave my noose....
09:05pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Alize`
Brisbane, Queensland
1072 posts
just looking at ezydvd.com.au and HD DVDs are just as pricey as Blu ray ones. Stop being turds!!
09:09pm 17/02/08 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
6086 posts
P.S why is Blue-ray crap so expensive compared to the HD crap?


because theyre better :P
09:25pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1587 posts
I remember years back when there was a proposed alliance between Toshiba and Sony to make a unified disc format. Too bad that fell though, everyone would have been happy.
09:34pm 17/02/08 Permalink
HeardY
Gaelic newb
Ireland
15403 posts
yeah, great, now there is a monopoly - they can charge what they want!

though, I guess it's good news there is one clear format now.

Sony obviously didn't want to lose this one like they did with Betamax :p
09:52pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Mr Hardware
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2503 posts
pros: 25 gig instead of 15gig
cons: just about everything else
10:04pm 17/02/08 Permalink
stinky
Brisbane, Queensland
2339 posts
I know a genuine panafonic when I see one!
10:05pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Phooks
Brisbane, Queensland
388 posts
pros: 25 gig instead of 15gig


HD-DVD has 30 gigs on duel layers.
10:09pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Mr Hardware
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2504 posts
and dvd has 9gig on dual layer
no-one uses it tho
10:10pm 17/02/08 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
6087 posts
HD-DVD has 30 gigs on duel layers.


and bluray has 50gig dual layer
10:39pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Phooks
Brisbane, Queensland
390 posts
touche.
10:39pm 17/02/08 Permalink
koopz
Queensland
6723 posts
from a pc users perspective it was more a question of 'what size do we want our blank media in the future.'

11:41pm 17/02/08 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1588 posts
and bluray has 50gig dual layer

HD-DVD had 51GB triple layer.
12:02am 18/02/08 Permalink
fpot
Gold Coast, Queensland
15016 posts
Yay for region encoding.
12:15am 18/02/08 Permalink
partyhat
Brisbane, Queensland
1121 posts
and dvd has 9gig on dual layer
no-one uses it tho


uh. what. almost every movie uses at least 6 or 7 gig if it has a decent transfer.
12:16am 18/02/08 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1589 posts
Yay for region encoding.

Oh yeah, I forgot about that. F*****g yay for Blu-Ray.
12:16am 18/02/08 Permalink
Resonate
Brisbane, Queensland
340 posts
HD-DVD had 51GB triple layer.


If we must go into layers then TDK has a 6 layer, 200gig blu-ray disc and Ritek has a 10 layer, 250gig disc as opposed to 150gig for hd-dvd.
12:32am 18/02/08 Permalink
partyhat
Brisbane, Queensland
1122 posts
i have a US ps3, I don't mind the region coding as you can import Bluray discs at the price of DVDs here, whereas the same BD here will cost you like $50 which is bulls***.

01:02am 18/02/08 Permalink
kos
Melbourne, Victoria
567 posts
i have a US ps3, I don't mind the region coding as you can import Bluray discs at the price of DVDs here, whereas the same BD here will cost you like $50 which is bulls***.

You are now officially the world's most awesome person.*

*Region B only.
01:46am 18/02/08 Permalink
Obes
Brisbane, Queensland
5768 posts
Yay for being f***ed by regionalisation!
09:06am 18/02/08 Permalink
Dan
Special text
Brisbane, Queensland
8080 posts
Who cares who won the optical disc war; digital distribution of Hi-def media all the way. Keep your DVDs and buy a player with good upscaling.
09:19am 18/02/08 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
8467 posts
Region locked material is one of the stronger reasons why we can legally mod our consoles, don't knock it that much ;D
09:54am 18/02/08 Permalink
Anono
656 posts
seems to be some serious premature ejaculators on this forum. Can anyone point me to an OFFICIAL statement by Toshiba?
10:12am 18/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7381 posts
why would you expect to see something on the toshiba site about it already? do you think they'd be rushing to publish it on there already?

http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=is+planning+to+give+up+on+its+HD+DVD+format+for+high+definition&btnG=Google+Search&meta=
10:24am 18/02/08 Permalink
Anono
657 posts
No ofcourse not, they would leak it to internet news sites first that makes sense. lol
11:49am 18/02/08 Permalink
Fireblood
Brisbane, Queensland
8103 posts
Woot just in time for me to get my new laptop, will chuck a blu-ray drive in it :)
12:06pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1591 posts
If we must go into layers then TDK has a 6 layer, 200gig blu-ray disc and Ritek has a 10 layer, 250gig disc as opposed to 150gig for hd-dvd.

The difference being that triple-layer HD-DVDs could be played on all existing HD-DVD players, no updates needed.

And while on the topic of updates, it was mandatory for all HD-DVD players to have a built in ethernet port, which could be used for automatic firmware updates and extra online content for movies. The HD-DVD spec for their players was much better thought through than that for Blu-Ray, which is also why the above mentioned triple-layer discs were backwards compatible with all existing players.

I reckon it's a shame that Blu-Ray was the victor, since I don't see any advantages with Blu-Ray whatsoever. Not to mention that once again, we're stuck with a format that mandates region-coding. The only thing I'm really happy about with this outcome is that I now know what format player to buy in the future, unless digital distribution comes along to save the day.
12:29pm 18/02/08 Permalink
B.Hardball
Brisbane, Queensland
7605 posts
Goes to show the power of having a cool name.
12:35pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Mr Hardware
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2509 posts
Yeah, Blu-Ray does sound a s***load better than HD DVD
Also the new acronym of BD will be better than, well HD DVD
CD -> DVD -> BD
I'm looking forward to 25gig backup ability too.
12:39pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7383 posts
No ofcourse not, they would leak it to internet news sites first that makes sense. lol
it sure does make sense, if you live on earth. cos that's what happens here on earth. entities constantly make statements on the record to the press prior to publishing it on their own public website or literature.

you may never see this as a news item or press release on the toshiba website. are you going to sit there and deny what's going on around you cos of that? it's not particularly hard to check around a bit so you can at least be reasonably sure this is a legit announcement, instead of coming into a thread and making the dopey comment you made
12:42pm 18/02/08 Permalink
B.Hardball
Brisbane, Queensland
7606 posts
On behald of Toshiba, I would like to announce that we will not be continuing the development or manufacturing of HD DVD players or media.

Thanks for coming. TTYL
12:54pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
2401 posts
Sigh. As much as I like Blu-Ray, it's Sony. For that alone it deserves to fail :(

Seriously, $40 for HD/BD titles? The move to DVD was supposed to lower prices, not raise them, and now we get a next gen format that costs exactly the same to manufacture yet they slap another $10 on each disc?

Talk about greedy.
01:10pm 18/02/08 Permalink
B.Hardball
Brisbane, Queensland
7607 posts
Yep, it's a shame more people don't know how to download movies.
01:13pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Any
Brisbane, Queensland
212 posts
I think the problem is that downloading a movie @ 1080p is a bit of a hit to the monthly quota.
02:21pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1592 posts
Yeah, but I'm sure that ISPs could partner with online movie rental companies and offer unmetered content, or so many unmetered movies per month. Even if it were an option on your plan, I'd go for it. I'm all for digital distribution.
02:29pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Anono
658 posts
Jim you noob, where did i say it had to be on the toshiba website? no where.

oh by the way, fergie from the black eyed peas has been pregnant like 10 times over the last year, man she must have alot of abortions. Wait OR it was rumor, no no it couldnt have been it was in the internet and in mags
02:59pm 18/02/08 Permalink
orbitor
Brisbane, Queensland
7535 posts
region coding is s***.

Still, glad there is a winner, even if it is Bluray.

I wonder how much $$$$ Sony ended up paying to the big production companies to sink hd-dvd...
03:49pm 18/02/08 Permalink
TicMan
Brisbane, Queensland
3102 posts
I'll stick with HDDVD as long as the porn keeps flowing.
03:51pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7393 posts
Jim you noob, where did i say it had to be on the toshiba website? no where.
the article quoted in the OP, and several of the articles which show up in the google link I gave you are attributed to reuters who are quoting a toshiba spokesperson. you then come along and ask for OFFICIAL statement from toshiba. what else could you mean, other than a press release on their own website?


oh by the way, fergie from the black eyed peas has been pregnant like 10 times over the last year, man she must have alot of abortions. Wait OR it was rumor, no no it couldnt have been it was in the internet and in mags
yeah I'm sure it was published by reuters as being a direct quote from a black eye peas spokesperson each time too, d*******

03:56pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Any
Brisbane, Queensland
213 posts
how large is a bluray movie?
I cant think of many people who could download a 10gb movie quicker than they could drop round to a local video rental store.
And I for one am glad that all my dvd's are actually on dvd, not my hard drive chewing up space that could be better used. Especially since I only have a single layer dvd burner.
Digital distribution is great if the cost is significantly lower, but from what we're seeing from publishers pushing up prices of steam games for aussies, I can't see it being cheaper for long.
03:57pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Idol
Brisbane, Queensland
1990 posts
Even if you had dual-layer you would not use it :P IMO blue-ray movies will be coming out on torrent sites in much lower quality than they can support. Still, I have put up full quality MPEG dvd rips which are unnecessarily large (6 gig), and there were still plenty of takers on mininova.

For me the great thing about BD is teh storage capacity for backing up work... so I won't even get this technology until burners and blank discs get cheaper.

Have a think abotu this - when DVD players came out - would you be willing to download a full 8 Gig disc back then? Probably not... But we do entire discs (albeit with further compression) these days no sweat.
04:27pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
1596 posts
Jim you noob, where did i say it had to be on the toshiba website? no where.


Reuters isn't exactly news.com.au ...
05:05pm 18/02/08 Permalink
Mr Hardware
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2512 posts
you can pretty well trust reuters but you can't trust news.com.au
05:13pm 18/02/08 Permalink
kos
Melbourne, Victoria
568 posts
You're all noobs, stop bagging Blu-ray because you think it's entirely Sony. There are many companies backing BD, most of them with sexy-large wallets and even sexier-large marketing.

Also, I would have thought that the lack of a rush by Toshiba to quash the rumours about them pulling out of the HD DVD manufacturing game would say a lot more than the lack of an official announcment to that effect on their website.
03:00am 19/02/08 Permalink
Creepy
USA
874 posts
Toshiba have responded today, however they indicated that there's an upcoming board meeting which will almost certainly seal the format's fate.


A shame. I bought a player when they hit $200, got 9 free discs, bought 2 more and then Warner switched.

I guess I'll just live off them and HDrips of tv shows, etc until Sony+pals get around to finishing their f*****g format spec.
08:44am 19/02/08 Permalink
B.Hardball
Brisbane, Queensland
7608 posts
I find it funny that people were aware that one format may become redundant but still went out and purchased it. Funnier still when people jumped at a cheaper model instead of getting cluey about the price drop.
09:53am 19/02/08 Permalink
Opec
Brisbane, Queensland
4948 posts
Why the f*** do people still say "Oh Sony own Blu-Ray" so it f*****g evil etc.? A quick search on google on "who owns blu-ray"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc_Association
http://www.emedialive.com/articles/readarticle.aspx?articleid=11425#ixa
http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=3665

Yes Region locking sucks but DVD has that too so man the f*** up Jurez monkeys but, to say it's "evil" simply because "Sony" owns it, just shows that you're ignorant and another sheep believing blindly to the FUD.


last edited by Opec at 11:05:03 19/Feb/08
11:01am 19/02/08 Permalink
Mr Hardware
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
2515 posts
well my mum and dad bought a betamax player in 1982 cos it was the more expensive one, all the TV stations were using it and look what happened to it

i suppose people who bought HD DVD players figured it was that all over again, ie sony, more expensive, fail. except they seem not to have failed.
11:02am 19/02/08 Permalink
ara
Sydney, New South Wales
1869 posts
Yes Region locking sucks but DVD has that too so man the f*** up Jurez monkeys


not liking region locking has nothing to do with warez. it has to do with consumers in small markets getting raped and being forced to buy items at higher prices instead of importing exactly the same product from overseas at half the price.

11:49am 19/02/08 Permalink
Opec
Brisbane, Queensland
4950 posts

not liking region locking has nothing to do with warez. it has to do with consumers in small markets getting raped and being forced to buy items at higher prices instead of importing exactly the same product from overseas at half the price.


Not to "you" you mean. How many people would torrent movies instead of paying even "cheaper" overseas (minus all the bulls*** about I don't wanna wait x months to see this super awesome movies, or oh they'll never show it in AU blah blah blah).

For the jurez monkeys, nothing can be cheaper than free. For those of us that actually liked to own the physical media (like myself), then we are in agreement in your reasoning.
12:20pm 19/02/08 Permalink
ara
Sydney, New South Wales
1871 posts
Not to "you" you mean. How many people would torrent movies instead of paying even "cheaper" overseas (minus all the bulls*** about I don't wanna wait x months to see this super awesome movies, or oh they'll never show it in AU blah blah blah).


and regions prevent that how?
04:55pm 19/02/08 Permalink
demon
Brisbane, Queensland
3261 posts
there are other pains to region locking like if i want to watch a uk dnb dvd that is available for free... i can't coz its the wrong region. so i gotta get a divx'd rip from the internet or go without. my old man was even authoring his own dvd's with movies & pix from his camera & the region locking in his player prevented it from playing.

asif it stuffs up the warez community at all... that's worldwide yo.
05:11pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Idol
Brisbane, Queensland
1999 posts
I have purchased many things at Myer and Australian stores that won't play on Region 4, or perhaps they do play on Region 4 but only in NTSC format. These DVD companies should be fired.
05:15pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7409 posts
I've bought 2 or 3 dvd players since dvd's came out, each one has had a code I could enter with the remote to make it region free, and then my wife just buys dvd's off amazon from time to time. Wonder if this'll still be the case with these things.
05:33pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Arize
Queensland
111 posts
:D
06:14pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Creepy
USA
876 posts
I've bought 2 or 3 dvd players since dvd's came out, each one has had a code I could enter with the remote to make it region free, and then my wife just buys dvd's off amazon from time to time. Wonder if this'll still be the case with these things.


Sadly, no, because there's only a select group of Blu-ray player manufacturers, and any of them would lose their license to make the things if they were busted putting in a region-free code.

It'll initially be back to the old skool days of DVD, where you paid some suss bloke to solder on a modchip. I remember doing that on my (then) $900 Sony DVD player.


Once Blu-ray gets out to everywhere, and gets cheap and the chingchong ALDI Palsonics out there start making Blu-ray players, those codes will probably be back. But this is still going to be a way off..
07:29pm 19/02/08 Permalink
dafugg
Brisbane, Queensland
1460 posts
Speaking of bluray players.. my PS3 died last night while playing ratchet and clank. F*****g awesome. It just sits there flashing red lights.

So while it might be one of the better options for a bluray player one should note that it is also much more complex and thus much more prone to failure than a normal bluray player.
09:12pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7417 posts
hmm, well the first dvd player I bought was a philips creepy, and this was when there was 20 (seriously) dvd titles on the australian market. admittedly, I couldn't use the philips remote to do it, I had to use the all-in-one cos it required code that a standard philip remote couldn't do
10:27pm 19/02/08 Permalink
Creepy
USA
877 posts
Even so, multi-regioning Blu-ray won't be happening any time soon. The penalties are harsher.

The so-called compromise is that there's only three global regions now - A, B, C.
08:37am 20/02/08 Permalink
ara
Sydney, New South Wales
1872 posts

Yeah, we are lumped in with Europe, instead of Asia/America because we use PAL not NTSC.

does PAL and NTSC even come into play anymore with HD content?
08:44am 20/02/08 Permalink
Creepy
USA
878 posts
It does, sort of. Same frame size, and all Aussie players can handle the 120Hz output for 24p playback, which is an improvement from the past where 24p DVD titles were simply converted to PAL 50i (which results in a 4% speedup of the video/audio)

But if your source was 50i/50p (e.g. a High-def NRL/AFL match) then you'd have some issues playing that Blu-ray dics with a player built and sold in the US. (region coding aside)

In HD, we still have to suffer the legacy of NTSC/PAL frame rates.
09:24am 20/02/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7421 posts
bumma re: regions
09:26am 20/02/08 Permalink
Alize`
Brisbane, Queensland
1075 posts
Speaking of bluray players.. my PS3 died last night while playing ratchet and clank. F*****g awesome. It just sits there flashing red lights.


I'm getting worried too because I've heard a lot about stuffed up Bluray drives in PS3s on the AVforums. I'm mainly worried because I'm too lazy to go through the whole warranty process and if mine breaks I won't do anything about it for ages :s (plus I play games/watch movies on it heaps)
09:30am 20/02/08 Permalink
Idol
Brisbane, Queensland
2044 posts
03:23pm 24/02/08 Permalink
Hogfather
Cairns, Queensland
1608 posts
It'll initially be back to the old skool days of DVD, where you paid some suss bloke to solder on a modchip. I remember doing that on my (then) $900 Sony DVD player.


Isn't region unlocking legal in Australia? Sure it will likely nail your warranty but the action of doing it isn't against any laws?
04:47pm 24/02/08 Permalink
kos
Melbourne, Victoria
569 posts
Yeah pretty sure some legal sort of person said quite a while ago that according to ACCC regulations, technically region coding was illegal in Australia 'cause it was anti-competitive or something.
08:49pm 24/02/08 Permalink
sLaps_Forehead
Brisbane, Queensland
3319 posts
it's rather ironic that they havent learnt their lessons from the DVD region code arsef*****y.

All region coding does is piss ppl off who in turn give a big 'f***-you' to the DVD manufacturers buy downloading illegally or waiting to buy the 'chingchong Aldi Palsonic, me luv ru rong time, sweatshop, el cheapo region-free DVD players.

Which is exactly what I'll be doing.
09:08pm 24/02/08 Permalink
Khel
Melbourne, Victoria
12258 posts
when I eventually buy a PS3, I'm just gonna buy a PS3 from the US and buy blu-ray movies from amazon. Not only do you often get access to movies earlier, but you get them way cheaper, its all win.
10:15pm 24/02/08 Permalink
Zylox
Brisbane, Queensland
624 posts
P.S why is Blue-ray crap so expensive compared to the HD crap?


Blu-ray (COKE)
HD (PEPSI,HOME BRAND)
10:33pm 24/02/08 Permalink
fpot
Gold Coast, Queensland
15037 posts
it's rather ironic that they havent learnt their lessons from the DVD region code arsef*****y.
What's ironic about that?
07:02am 25/02/08 Permalink
falcon
Gippsland, Victoria
1 posts
I am getting sick of all the jerks that feel that blu ray is better ! It is NOT! I have a Playstation 3 as well as a Toshiba HD XE1.... in all honesty the HD Looks so much better that the blue ray stuff i run through the PS3.... F*** Blu Ray !! I used to have all Sony Equipment !!! But now i am going to get rid of my PS3 and all the games.... in fact i might just run it over with my 4 wheel drive. I AM SICK OF SONY thinking they are GREAT AND WONDERFUL! HD DVD in my home rules and makes blue ray look like SD DVD compared to what i see when watching blue ray..... and will make a comeback via being produced in China a lot cheaper that anywhere else....

I hope blue ray burns in hell !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
10:20pm 10/04/08 Permalink
groganus
Brisbane, Queensland
414 posts
stfu noob.
10:31pm 10/04/08 Permalink
d0mino
Brisbane, Queensland
2991 posts
falcon... What an epic (fail?) first post.
10:39pm 10/04/08 Permalink
Twisted
Brisbane, Queensland
10142 posts

The epic fail occurred when its parents f***ed up the abortion plans.
11:48pm 10/04/08 Permalink
whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
12705 posts
is falcon hunter?
01:31am 11/04/08 Permalink
fpot
Gold Coast, Queensland
15172 posts
Someone ban falcon.
06:48am 11/04/08 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
7655 posts
can we see pics of the 4wd running over the ps3
07:16am 11/04/08 Permalink
Opec
Brisbane, Queensland
5083 posts
LOL blu"e" ray.
07:40am 11/04/08 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
7544 posts
gimpsland more like it
08:02am 11/04/08 Permalink
Insom
Brisbane, Queensland
2126 posts
sony titsed up in the first place by misspelling "blue"
08:10am 11/04/08 Permalink
dee
Brisbane, Queensland
1987 posts
its not blueray its, 405nm Electromagnetic Photon Disc
08:44am 11/04/08 Permalink
jadz0r
Brisbane, Queensland
29 posts
But now i am going to get rid of my PS3 and all the games

Why would you do that? Didn't you know that the latest firmware update from sony allows you to play HDDVD?
09:55am 11/04/08 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
7545 posts
why would you get rid of a blu ray player when blu ray will eventually be the industry standard?
10:00am 11/04/08 Permalink
Resonate
Brisbane, Queensland
346 posts
His full of s***. Probably just venting because he actually bought the hd-dvd player.

last edited by Resonate at 10:09:48 11/Apr/08
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teq
Brisbane, Queensland
1111 posts
he's probably got it connected via RCA
duh, hdmi or bust
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Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
1798 posts
I put forth the motion that Falcon is gay.
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teq
Brisbane, Queensland
1112 posts
I second.

the motion is carried, thread closed (again)
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