Cedia 2009 Video Podcast: Panasonic

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    BD60, 80 and 70v Blu-ray Players; B15 Portable Blu-ray Player; LCD (X1 Series) and Plasma Displays​
     
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    I am working on a review of the BD-15 that I should have up by the end of the month.
     
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    No panasonic Projectors?
     
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    Nope, they decided not so display their new AE4000 for whatever reason. It may be because not much changed from the 3000.
     
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    OK, thanks. I still am not sure if I will go with another PJ next time around or the biggest flat panel I can get my hands on. If I had had the dough when the 3000 came out I might have jumped on it, now that the panels are growing and they would work in my space so much better during the daytime they are definitely a consideration for me. The Panny line is my best bet when that happens tho because of their amazing throw distance flexibility....
     
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    Sam If you could wait a few more months I would. Even if you don't plan on using 3D would be nice to have a PJ that supports it.
     
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    Actually last year they had the 3000 hidden too.
     
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    I'm not jumping in any time soon, so that sounds like good advice Adam. I'm not 100% sold on home 3D but at least wanna make sure that a standard is established (and stuck to!) before I spend any money on replacements. Like I said tho I'm watching both the PJ and panel spaces, I'm finding that the downsides to the panels that existed when I bought my existing PJ have been wiped out in recent years and I'm willing to trade a few inches for a top notch ultra bright and sharp panel if they can continue to move the prices downward. Till then I'm enjoying what I've got but keeping a look to the horizon...
     

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