It's too late for Blu Ray (1 Viewer)

Zookster

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As long as people still want an all-in-one device to play their massive collections of CDs and DVDs they've accumulated over the years, HD video disc players will flourish as prices come down. It will take a good 10-15 years until most consumers are ready to abandon the disc-player concept, particularly anyone over the age of 35. :D
 

LASooner

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Memory storage is far to volatile a format to even consider using for archiving purposes, and people want their movies to last. I believe a scientist at THX is a little out of touch with the average consumer.
 

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Yep. No support for it other than a SWAG. Up against studies and investments done by how many CE companies?

But let's shoot the messenger anyway! ;)
 

r.jones1116

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Memory storage is far to volatile a format to even consider using for archiving purposes, and people want their movies to last. I believe a scientist at THX is a little out of touch with the average consumer.

Let's be sure to let the Ipod/MP3 crowd know that it's far to volatile a format to even consider.
 

Geronimo

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Let's be sure to let the Ipod/MP3 crowd know that it's far to volatile a format to even consider.

And most of them are smart enough to archive anything they want to keep to another medium. They don't have to be told. they already know.
 

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