6-Screen Video Wall Caters to Sports Lovers


I don’t think there’s any argument that I’m a die hard sports fan, and having something like this in your house would make football Sunday’s a lot easier to watch than my current method–having 6 DirecTV feeds going through my 15″ laptop screen! Not that absurdly priced either…I am quite curious how the “merge” mode is done, but am guessing […]

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Why Netflix Stinks according to Time

I was brushing this off initially when I read it, but the more I think about it I do understand what the author is saying. The argument shouldn’t just be against Netflix though, but then also against the RedBox as well which also remove the human factor. Trying to remember though, I can’t think of the last time I ever […]

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The HD Advisor Number 23

High Def Digest takes in some reader questions on some high definition types of questions. Their first answer covers the differences between PCM and the lossless compression formats, a topic which I have heard many times since they were released. Since HDMI 1.3 is currently a big pain on the PC, it’s been a difficult time to educate people on […]

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Marantz $6K UD9004 Blu-ray player now shipping


Some nice specs (not surprising) at a not so affordable price…but then again Marantz has never been known for its budget systems.  EngadgetHD For a cool six grand, give or take, the all in one CD, SACD, DVD Audi and Blu-ray playing beast can be yours, complete with internal HD audio decoding, Silicon Optix Realta chipset, 7.1 analog outputs and […]

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Seagate Barracuda LP 2TB SATA Hard Drive

It’s unclear if this drive is better than the 2 terabyte offering from Western Digital which has received rave reviews, but it’s good to see Seagate competing on both the size and low power field of drives. Choose for yourself which is right for your setup, I don’t think either is a wrong choice. Big Bruin Taking a closer look […]

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