I'm with you there. Do these manufacturers know something that we don't? Because the view from here is that HDCP is quickly picking up steam and very likely to be part of any eventual HD-DVD product.
|Originally posted by broadwayblue|
i think when they do flip the switch they will offer a grace period before blocking the non-HDCP population out...probably a year or two at the least. there are millions of people who own HD capable sets and while i don't know that they have a legal claim or right to receive HDTV broadcasts...they will make a large contingent of really pissed off early adopters.
|If that happens, then those who have an HDCP-compatible DVI input will require a converter box...the same as those who have a DVI that is not HDCP-compatible.|
Originally posted by maple leafs
Why aren't the manufacturers including DVI-HDCP or HDMI in their latest offerings? There is still not much other than the HS-10 and the HT-1000.
I totally agree. What (16:9) projectors have DVI-HDPC? Do any have HDMI? The HT-1000 is nice but it is a 4:3 pj. I would not buy a new projector without HDPC. Hopefully the new Sony SXRD will have it!
|Originally posted by maple leafs|
Why aren't the manufacturers including DVI-HDCP or HDMI in their latest offerings?