We’re well aware that the number of 7.1 home theaters out there today are vastly outnumbered by the 5.1 configuration, but nonetheless, we felt that this was something worth bringing to your attention. In the past, we’ve had no issues with our DTS-MA 7.1 discs, at least not up until last night. The anomaly came [...]
According to the Digital Bits’ Bill Hunt, fans of the HBO mini-series John Adams, and Generation Kill could be getting their hands on the discs as early as June. We expect prices to be in the range of what Band of Brothers fetches. No specs or art as of yet, but we’ll be sure to [...]
If you’ve been holding out for a BD-Live player, and you aren’t willing to shell out more than two hundo’s to do so, Amex and Memorex have got your back. Set to debut this year, Memorex’s MVBD-2520 and Amex’s BD-P1 have their sights set on becoming the cheapest BD-Live standalone players to date. While you’re [...]
For some time, the best independent BD-authoring software application — NetBlender’s DoStudio — has been lacking in the realm of BD Live capabilities… until now. Yesterday, NetBlender announced plans to release their very own BD Live solution, NetBlender Live. While the feature won’t be realeased until Q2 2009 — according to the press release found [...]
As one of the premiere Blu-ray hardware manufacturer’s and supporters, Panasonic has always maintained a progressive edge through player features and design cues. Newly announced today is the DMP-B15 — the industry’s first portable Blu-ray Player. As expected — with Panasonic’s exceptional build quality/feature set — the DMP-B15 is no slouch. It comes stacked with [...]
We’re not interested in starting any flame wars today, we just wanted to point out a rather nice deal for our HD DVD supporters/readers. At the moment, Fry’s.com is having a deal where you can snag (1) HD DVD Add-on for the Xbox 360, and the premiere seasons of Heroes, and Battlestar Galactica for a [...]
We all knew that the day would come when Netflix would discontinue their HD DVD delivery service, but up until now, many of us (stalwart HD DVD supporters) were left holding our breath. Well, it’s official. On December 15th, HD DVD’s will no longer be available for rent on Netflix. Straight from the horse’s mouth: [...]
If you’re a frequent visitor of this site, there’s a good chance that you’ll find little new information at IMDb’s newest addition, The Blu Room.
While we’re sure most of you are rolling your eyes — flame not, we are too — there are probably at least a few dozen consumers that will gladly welcome Toshiba’s XDE technology with open arms. And so begins the XDE campaign, in the form of Toshiba’s all-new XD-E500
We’re mildly ecstatic to see that WB has been pulling out the stops with regard to their upcoming BD title releases (Speed Racer, Run Fat Boy Run, The Matrix), and their most recent inclusion of Digital Copy (DC).