Lots of lists this week as we run down ten off the wall facts about HD and the ten worst HD scams, lies and ripoffs. The future of the Kuro becomes a little more clear, and Onkyo releases the 2nd generation TrueHD AVR. There's a few HTPC posts again, but more interestingly we're captivated by the possibility that News Corp may've hired a hacker to pirate DISH Network access cards. Last up, we continue to beat the deal LCD vs plasma debate.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh and Steve Kim

Producer:
Trent Wolbe

Program
03:42 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 082 - 04.23.2008
17:44 - Ten off-the-wall facts about high-definition
20:14 - 10 of the worst scams, lies, and ripoffs surrounding HDTVs
24:08 - Pioneer, Panasonic reach basic agreement on Kuro production, first new displays due fall '09
27:02 - Onkyo continues its receiver refreshes with TX-SR606
30:20 - Hauppauge not officially supporting dual tuner setups with HD PVR?
31:31 - TotalMedia Theater gets BD Live "Certified"
36:41 - Warner to release a Blu-ray title before it's available on DVD
38:08 - Indies see, seize HD opportunities
40:31 - News Corp hired hacker to pirate DISH Network access cards
43:36 - Samsung LN52A650 review
46:48 - Poll: What will your next display be?

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Engadget HD Podcast 083 - 04.30.2008