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Originally Posted by shirtyWe don't own anything that can play blu-rays in our household.
Because the only 1080 screen in the building is my U2311H, all of our TVs are still good old fashioned CRTs and will be until they stop working!
Originally Posted by HakurenNo, we don't (most definitely) need BR. Me personally, I did burned maybe 3 or 4 CD/DVDs over past decade. Times changed. Send optical media where it belong - into dustbin of history. It is about time.
its [Blu Ray is] Sonys format, after all
Originally Posted by edziebaLike the megapixel wars with cameras, you shouldn't be looking at the resolution of HD content as an arbiter of quality: look at it's bitrate, and it's source (i.e. not upscaled, not futzed around with by DVNR).
Originally Posted by BindibadgiNo we don't.
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I own ONE DVD drive just in case, but I haven't used it since I played Dirt3 last summer. I have NEVER owned a Blu-ray and never used one personally (on the job I did HDHQV tests)
Originally Posted by KayinBlackStill have to use optical drives here, as we were told last week that no ISP is interested in EVER running high speed where we live. We asked them to remove the boxes from our property then. It wasn't pretty.
The optical drive is not dead. Not so long as people like me are refused access to high speed (and our neighbors can get it.)
Originally Posted by Apoca1yps0I wonder what the new format that supersedes HD will be delivered on, will blu-ray discs have a large enough capacity?
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