CEDIA is over so there no better time to wrap up the news than with the Engadget HD Podcast. If you love Media Center, you'll love this episode as we dedicate more than half the show to the topic. We talk new tuners, cost of admission, as well as what might still be announced between now and the official launch of Windows 7. Next up we hit our second favorite topic with Blu-ray's Managed Copy and other Blu-ray player hardware like thee 400 disc Blu-ray changer. We round out the show with a quick chat about HDMI over IP (not just CAT5), the Panasonic 3D demo, the NFL Redzone channel and finally we talk up our reader meetup plus a few reader questions.Get the podcast
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00:01:15 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 154
00:03:25 - Video: Dish Network Media Center tuner in action
00:08:36 - Ceton is set to take over the CableCARD PC tuner market
00:33:32 - Poll: What's the most you'd pay for a quad HDTV tuner with CableCARD?
00:35:00 - Windows 7 to get a better version of Netflix than Vista
00:38:55 - Hauppauge to expand its offerings to include a CableCARD tuner
00:41:44 - DirecTV's CEDIA booth was all about multi-room viewing
00:51:14 - Video: First working Blu-ray Managed Copy demo
00:55:45 - Video: Sony 400 disc Blu-ray changer with Gracenote in action
00:58:45 - Video: Vudu on the LG BD390 Blu-ray player
01:01:08 - Panasonic including DivX Plus HD (MKV) support into next gen Blu-ray players, TVs
01:02:10 - Apple TV junkies left out of new iTunes Extra special features
01:05:45 - Panasonic Full HD 3D experience eyes-on
01:13:07 - Just Add Power introduces Projector Connector HDMI-over-IP solution
01:16:23 - It's game day, who's got the NFL RedZone Channel?
01:19:14 - Thanks to Atlanta for the great reader meetup