A little bit of a slow news week didn't keep us from finding plenty to talk about in this week's show. There were plenty of comments, both of the written and voicemail variety to cover, so we spend a good portion of the podcast covering what's in the listeners' hearts and minds; hopefully Time Warner cable will do the same and rethink its capping plans. We both got some good gear in for review this week, so we spend some time talking about our impressions of the Cisco SDV tuning adapter and the Moxi (cable-only) DVR. Media is moving online, and nobody knows this better than Netflix, which is looking to hire some talent for gaming platform development. As much as we stress Blu-ray quality, that doesn't mean DVD doesn't still have a place -- take Apple's computers, for example. We wrap things up with a not-so-surprising "Chicken Little" reaction from the CEA on California's proposed TV energy standards.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Steven Kim

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Program
00:30 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 131 - 04.08.2009
21:25 - Time Warner Cable lays out broadband capping plans, says $150 for "unlimited" use
26:22 - Paradigm SUB 25 subwoofer hands-on
32:10 - Cisco STA1520 SDV tuning adapter impressions
34:59 - Unboxing the Moxi HD DVR
40:33 - Is your cable company of the present your IPTV provider of the future?
43:55 - Netflix on the lookout for gaming platforms engineering guru
45:25 - Poll: Is the lack of Blu-ray playback keeping you from buying a Mac?
47:55 - CEA rails on California's proposed TV energy standards, rings doomsday bell


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First Nikon D5000 and Canon T1i video clips appear