Originally Posted by HT Nut
Since this is not a Toshiba announcement on the balance sheet, it needs to be taken with a shaker of salt.
Toshiba may be many things, but one thing they have never been is a source of true, honest...
Originally Posted by coolhand
He was refrerring to eBay item #280208111457
Yes I know. But my point is if there were real copies of the disc out there - not ebay fakes - then there would be lots of them and they wouldn't be...
Originally Posted by VXXJesterXXV
I'll be honest, I wanted this disc to throw it on eBay. The movie looks mediocre, but if someone is willing to give me $400 for a crappy movie I'm all for that.
The problem is, if you'd been...
Originally Posted by chillspace
Looks like my last bit of HDDVD shopping will be imported from the States.
So you'll pay less money and get better service. Not a problem from my point of view.
Try Amazon.com - much lower...
Originally Posted by WaltA
While canceled, the question is still lingering about the copies which were already produced, and the ones that were already shipped to retailers. Did all retailers honor the request to return them and...
Indications are that studios do not make money on high-def releases in either format, but have had some costs subsidized by the associations. Without those subsidies I can only conclude that it's financially advantageous (tax reasons?)...
What would be the point? There are no displays that could handle 1080p with an aspect ratio > 16:9. You'd just have to shrink it back down to 800, or cut off the sides so it would no longer be 1920 wide