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Engadget HD Podcast 125 - 03.04.2009

Trent Wolbe
If you've already had enough lamenting over Pioneer exodus from the plasma industry, then you might want to skip this episode completely -- or check out or ACC version so you can easily skip the boring parts. But we'll warn you, you'll be missing some good stuff as ol' friend Ryan Block joins us to clear up once and for all what his predictions for the future of plasma are, and how they differ from ours. But Ryan doesn't just join us for one or two segments, but for the whole show and while it still isn't the old Engadget podcast of yesterday, we had a good time chatting up new Blu-ray hardware, the origins of our love for Media Center, Hollywood and piracy and lastly the apparent death of S-Video.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Steve Kim

Guest: Ryan Block

Producer: Trent Wolbe

00:01:10 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 124 - 02.25.2009
00:18:00 - Does the death of KURO signal the end of the plasma?
00:20:54 - LG denies withdrawing from plasma market... in the UK, anyway
00:32:09 - Poll: Were you / are you planning to buy a plasma?
00:38:54 - Samsung BD-P1600 Netflix streaming Blu-ray player pops up at retail
00:44:38 - Kaleidescape still on track to deliver a pricey Blu-ray player this year
00:48:26 - SageTV's HD Theater gets Blu-ray streaming
00:51:31 - PowerDVD 9 with native Media Center UI goes live
00:58:58 - Hollywood still doesn't understand why people pirate content
01:08:17 - S-Video disappearing from AV receivers, few seem to notice


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