Lots of news hit the wire just before we started recording so we once again invited Nilay from the Engadget Podcast to join us and help out. He had an early peak at the Amazon HD streaming and provided some good insight, from an HD snob's point of view. Lucky for us he stuck around for the entire show when we also covered other VOD alternatives, the new Moxi HD DVR and a TiVo survey. Next we kinda struggled through some apparently unexciting Blu-ray news, but pushed on to discuss our most recent HD 101 post. We finally bring it all home with some bandwidth cap talk and a listener voice mail.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Steven Kim

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Program
00:00:55 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 132 - 04.15.2009
00:15:53 - Amazon Video on Demand HD on Roku Video Player hands-on
00:29:53 - DirecTV claims largest 1080p library, including all new HD VOD on the way
00:34:45 - Moxi HD DVR initial impressions
00:51:07 - TiVo survey hints at new name, direction for Series4 boxes
00:57:15 - Analyst: '09 YTD Blu-ray sales double those of '08, 10.5 million Blu-ray households in the U.S.
01:01:40 - Battlestar Galactica Complete Series Blu-ray set ready for preorder on Amazon
01:02:28 - Lord of the Rings trilogy Blu-ray set shows up on Amazon, but where's the extras?
01:05:05 - HD 101: How to use Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD with your PS3
01:16:03 - BBC breaks down the new DRM rules for Blu-ray recorders
01:25:35 - Time Warner Cable scraps broadband capping plan in Rochester, NY

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