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Engadget HD Podcast 088 - 06.11.2008

Ben Drawbaugh
Tons of fun this week for HTPC Blu-ray fans as they get new ways to enjoy the best audio quality the format has to offer, but we're still waiting for a better solution. Lots of video download boxes in the news this week, but we're still not sold on any of 'em. The other thing that isn't selling us, are those annoying commercials as we talk up our biggest gripes with the advertising industry. Finally we both lament in our own provider's news as Cox is starting to use SDV and FiOS is finally adding more HD channels.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh and Steve Kim

Trent Wolbe

07:31 - With some help from Realtek, PowerDVD will support 24-bit lossless audio
09:44 - ASUS intros HDMI-equipped Xonar HDAV1.3 sound card
13:44 - Samsung BD-P1500 review
17:24 - How are back catalog titles chosen for Blu-ray release?
23:36 - Ask Engadget HD: Which movie set-top-box is best?
24:45 - Netflix Player, Apple TV and VUDU compared: movie STB shootout
26:42 - Poll: What's the most annoying form of advertising?
30:19 - Discovery's When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions series debuts tonight
32:09 - Just say no to HDTV?
33:31 - Cox to give Phoenix TiVo users free tuning adapter to cope with SDV
36:42 - Rumor confirmed: FiOS TV to add 27 new HD channels in July


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