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Old 06-04-2007, 07:33 AM
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Thumbs up Conns In Texas, HD-A2=$199!

nice deal
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Old 06-04-2007, 09:00 AM
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Yeah baby! Sub $200 Hd play!
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Old 06-04-2007, 09:16 AM
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Not a bad deal.... although $149 would be even better
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Old 06-04-2007, 11:07 AM
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Not a bad deal.... although $149 would be even better
does that mean you will become neutral ?

I would not be surprised to see $149 HD DVD player by the year end.
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great deal, but what's a Conn's?? I've never heard of it in Alabama.
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Not a bad deal.... although $149 would be even better
Never satisfied are we? Remind me how much you paid for your Blu Ray machine again? At $149. even I might be tempted to buy a Blu Ray player as long as it is not made by Sony. Do you suppose that might happen before 2009? Oh well by that time, I suspect too many of the regular public will have chosen HD-DVD as the format to rule and therefore I won't have to worry spending even a solitary Penny on Blu PRay!

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Old 06-04-2007, 11:26 AM
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Never satisfied are we? Remind me how much you paid for your Blu Ray machine again? At $149. even I might be tempted to buy a Blu Ray player as long as it is not made by Sony. Do you suppose that might happen before 2009? Oh well by that time, I suspect too many of the regular public will have chosen HD-DVD as the format to rule and therefore I won't have to worry spending even a solitary Penny on Blu PRay!

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For a 149 bucks I'll buy 2, but I won't coz I'm up North and the duties will kill me.

FYI: Canadians are being anally raped on price. What about the Brits?
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does that mean you will become neutral ?

I would not be surprised to see $149 HD DVD player by the year end.
They would have to at least get some Spielberg movies released before I would feel the need to even seriously consider such a move.
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Old 06-04-2007, 01:33 PM
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Never satisfied are we? Remind me how much you paid for your Blu Ray machine again?
Just wanted to let people know that I believe Toshiba will find a way to keep lowering the price as the year progresses. Yeah, I know as you know how much cashola I plumped down to get my PS3. It is quite the supercomputer though.
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At $149. even I might be tempted to buy a Blu Ray player as long as it is not made by Sony. Do you suppose that might happen before 2009?
Absolutely. I can guarantee someone (think Lite-On or Apex) will be selling one for that cheap by that time.

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Oh well by that time, I suspect too many of the regular public will have chosen HD-DVD as the format to rule and therefore I won't have to worry spending even a solitary Penny on Blu PRay!

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Don't count your chickens before they hatch.. The fourth quarter will be very telling as to where this war goes, IMO.
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Unfortunately it was a printing error and the deal has now been retracted.
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