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Satellite has been playing all the Star Wars movies in 1080p for years. You also don't have to pay 100 bucks to be able to watch them when you want.
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post #52 of 81
Quote:
Originally Posted by Seeing Red;14576764 
Calm down, grandpa...

(I keed, I keed tongue.gif)

Sometimes I feel like it.

Darn kids!
post #53 of 81
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Originally Posted by Ktulu;14576784 
Satellite has been playing all the Star Wars movies in 1080p for years. You also don't have to pay 100 bucks to be able to watch them when you want.

Doubtful, since the Blu-ray hasn't come out yet.. Most likely upscaled. And it's $40.
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Clearly a lot of you who look down upon physical media don't appreciate a high end home theater setup.

Enjoy your TN panels and Logitech speakers.

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Originally Posted by Ktulu;14576784 
Satellite has been playing all the Star Wars movies in 1080p for years. You also don't have to pay 100 bucks to be able to watch them when you want.

Fake 1080p is fake 1080p. Upscale =/= remastering it from the source.
    
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post #55 of 81
Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed. The ability to play Blu Ray is insignificant next to the power of the Force biggrin.gif:p:laugher:
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post #56 of 81
Stuff like this, Avatar 3D deal is stupid. Avatar 3D especially damages an already weak market (for 3D films).
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post #57 of 81
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Originally Posted by WolfenWind;14577412 
Clearly a lot of you who look down upon physical media don't appreciate a high end home theater setup.

Enjoy your TN panels and Logitech speakers.


Agreed, those of you thinking that a torrent or netflix is comparable to a bluray on a NICE home theater setup are kidding yourselves.
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post #58 of 81
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:.;14576698 
Well, if a Bluray disc can hold 50Gb, a $50 1TB HDD can hold 20 1:1 Rips
Buying 20 blurays = $$$

Buying 20 blurays = legal.
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post #59 of 81
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Originally Posted by SalisburySteak;14575610 
You guys may yell at me, but...I've never seen Star Wars. I've been waiting for the Blu-ray to come out so I can finally watch it. I hope the movie is good. biggrin.gif

You poor, poor, poor, poor, poor, poor soul. Do yourself a favor and watch the original trilogy (4-6) first, so you don't ruin Star Wars forever by watching 1-3 first.
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post #60 of 81
Panasonic bluray players? Pass to begin with. Bundle it with a Dune or a PS3, actual bluray players, and I'll buy.

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Clearly a lot of you who look down upon physical media don't appreciate a high end home theater setup.

Enjoy your TN panels and Logitech speakers.

Exactly.
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