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Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Jeff(R), Jan 7, 2007.
RCA's Stance on Next-Gen Media: We Quit
I wish I was that strong!
I felt the same way until we got the LCOS Sony XBR2 60" set in the house. A week later it was off to Xbox 360 land just so we could get the HDDVD player for HD viewing........sigh.
Even funnier, I think Blu Ray is the way to go.
I am not as strong on holding stances as I was when I was young.
Quit what? They never produced a player in 2006. The HDV5000 was a rebadged Toshiba.
Toshiba's only hope now is universal players...
Well since I've never seen an RCA electronics appliance that I liked/wanted, I'm not going to lose much sleep over this.
Wrong....Onkyo & Meridian are releasing HD-DVD players this year.
RCA had some great sets back in the 70's...
Didnt RCA make 78s? RCA and HT almost sound like a contradiction in terms. Almost like Ford saying it wont make anymore good cars.
Also LiteOn and one other major Chinese CE will be making HD DVD players.
As another poster pointed out, the RCA was nothing more than a rebadged Toshiba and (IIRC) the only retailers selling the players were Sears and Wal-mart. Perhaps they should been a little more clear and said that they are no longer MARKETING any HD-DVD players.
I wonder if anyone has passed this information along to Meridian and Onkyo since they have announced nothing. Maybe they don't know about it.
Nice link James.
I guess somebody must have told them.
Meridian? My wallet just had a stroke!
RCA made the "large hole" 45's!
Wow, Alpine Electronics! The return of the old ALPS-Motorolla!
Honestly, who needs this in their car...? Those screens are so small!
I guess soon we'll see cars where a semi-transparent HD image is projected onto the inside of a 1.78:1 windshield with the help of a mini-projector mounted on the overhead console.