11-15-2007 06:15 PM #1
$199 Blu-ray Player Announced...for the PC
Found this for those who have a HTPC.
http://www.gearlog.com/2007/11/cheap...yer_announ.phpPanasonic BD30/BD35 & Onkyo 606
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11-15-2007 06:55 PM #2Member
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Interesting, and tempting. I wonder does it come with software to play the BD movies and if it can be controlled with a remote. Better yet, will it integrate with the Media Center on XP (naturally you probably have to have Vista, yuk). I seriously doubt there will ever be a Linux alternative for highdef playback, there never was until CSS was cracked. But, having that drive along with MythTV could be cool.
11-15-2007 07:16 PM #3
Get this drive, the 360 add on, 4x1TB hard disks and start ripping till your hearts content. Never need a disc for a long long time unless you want to check out some extras.Video: 70" JVC HD-70G886, Denon 2807, Toshiba HD-A2, Toshiba BDX2000, aTV, SageTV
Audio: Athena WS-100 (F), WS-60 (C,SL/R), WS-15 (SBL/R), AS-P4100
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11-15-2007 07:50 PM #4Banned
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http://www.mythbuntu.org/ There are other distributions as well, but I'm sure you know how to use Google.
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