Although the show is a little late this week, we have plenty to go over. For starters, we once again enjoy laughing at Toshiba and Kaleidescape for trying to tell us to stop trusting our eyes and start trusting them instead. Next, we try to figure out how long it'll take for Blu-ray discs to start out selling DVDs. We talk a little Vista Media Center, some digital transition, and finally a budget HT system that evidently is well worth the cost of admission.


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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh and Steve Kim

Producer:
Trent Wolbe

Program
00:44 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 088 - 06.11.2008
02:56 - Toshiba remains stubborn, looks to DVD upscaling while brushing Blu-ray off
04:05 - Kaleidescape's overpriced upscaling DVD players get reviewed
08:52 - Blu-ray Disc sales estimated to exceed DVDs in 2012
12:00 - SlySoft keeps AnyDVD HD current, circumvents latest BD+
16:21 - Ask Engadget HD: Using a HDTV to distribute audio
18:56 - Poll: Do you utilize picture-in-picture functionality?
21:27 - The Media Center Extender shootout
30:20 - Netflix to do away with Profiles
33:41 - Comcast plans to go all digital in 20% of its markets by year's end
36:04 - NFL Network to become ESPN 8, THE "OCHO"?
39:50 - Cannon PC showcases Media Center with six CableCARDs
41:22 - $50 JVC SXXSW6000 5.1 surround system gets reviewed


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Engadget HD Podcast 090 - 06.26.2008