Sometimes it feels like all we do is talk about what's coming, but not today, as we get to actually talk about what is here -- for a change. First on the list is 3DTVs from Panasonic and Samsung and how the two compare. Then we move on to some exciting new 3D content like The Final Four and The Masters. Then we talk Media Center and about our initial impressions of the Ceton InfiniTV 4, at which point Jeremy Hammer joins in the fun to fill in the details. He even sticks around to explain what DMIPS are when we talk about the TiVo Premier processor, and his thoughts on exclusive programming deals; and finally Ben's favorite show Lost.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Guest: Jeremey Hammer of Ceton Corp

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Program
00:01:15 - Comments from Podcast 182
00:05:03 - Panasonic 3D home entertainment system goes on sale to a country in mourning
00:10:57 - Samsung's 2010 3DTVs priced from $1,700 to ridiculous and everywhere in between
00:15:27 - First 3D showdown pits Samsung vs Panasonic
00:18:43 - Poll: Will you still buy home theater equipment that isn't 3D-ready?
00:23:09 - CBS Sports to present the Final Four in 100 3D theaters
00:25:57 - Comcast will beat DirecTV to the punch by broadcasting the Masters Tournament in 3D April 7-11
00:28:50 - Netflix prototyped for Windows Phone 7 Series
00:30:56 - Sony signs up all six major studios for HD movies on PlayStation Network
00:36:08 - Ceton's quad CableCARD tuner for Media Center available for pre-order
00:14:42 - The processor in the TiVo Premiere is over twice as fast as the Series3
01:26:54 - Court rules against Comcast, Cablevision on new FCC program access rules

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