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Originally Posted by HandMadeAndroidThat looks like a late 80's early 90s yamaha amp
Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawn I dont know maybe this has changed, is there any free blu-ray playback software yet?
Originally Posted by dolphin-promotionsAt the moment my personal preference is the Zalman HD160+ or the Antec Fusion MAX
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogQuote:Originally Posted by HourBeforeDawn I dont know maybe this has changed, is there any free blu-ray playback software yet?
As far as I know, if you have any DVD playback software purchsed within the last 2 years or so it will already support Blu-Ray discs... I know mine do. eg... Cyberlink PowerDVD 9
Originally Posted by SchizoFrog....
Actually the above internal player comes with Cyberlinks TruTheatre software which does support all the latest sound technologies as can be seen listed here...
Not bad really for a Drive with software for £50.
Originally Posted by fathazzathe oem powerdvd that comes with bluray drives is usually gimped down to 2 channel audio...
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