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HD DVD Vs Blu-ray – Battle May be Decided by Adult Film Industry

Posted in Blu-ray,HD DVD,News by Chris Weber on January 13th, 2007

blu-ray vs hd dvd - may be decided by adult film industryIn a repeat of the famous Betamax versus VHS, it appears that the adult film industry has chosen HD DVD over Blu-ray as their publishing medium of choice.

VHS eventually won over Betamax because the adult industry preferred it. In the late 70′s and early 80′s many video rental stores popped up around the country and they rented out mostly adult films in the VHS format. This sealed the fate of Betamax. It is thought that adult films is the main …

Toshiba HD DVD player under $100 Friday

Posted in HD-DVD Player,News,Toshiba by Darrin Olson on November 1st, 2007

Wal-Mart to sell HD DVD player for $99If you’ve considered getting your hands on an HD DVD player before the holidays you may want to consider hanging out at your local Wal-Mart tomorrow morning. According to their totally legit Secret In-Store Specials page, many stores will be offering the Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD player starting Friday at 8am through the weekend for a mere $98.87. The player was previously priced at just under $200 and is still listed at around $200 at Amazon and almost $300 at most other places.

The Toshiba HD-A2 is a 2nd generation player that supports the HD DVD disc format, rivaled by none other than the high-definition Blu-ray disc format in an ongoing high-def war, which currently seem like it will have no end. The player outputs in 720p/1080i formats and has SD up-conversion to 480p/720p/1080i. And as you might expect, as soon as you buy this one its expected to be followed up soon by its upgrade, the Toshiba HD-A3, which Sears is planning on selling for $169 with two HD DVD movies bundled with it.

Blockbuster Goes With Blu-ray over HD-DVD

Posted in Blu-ray,DVD,HD DVD,News by Chris Weber on June 18th, 2007

Blockbuster decides to go with Blu-ray discs at stores instead of HD DVDIn a major hit to HD DVD supporters, Blockbuster has decided to go with the rival Blu-ray high definition DVD format in 1,450 of its 1700 stores across the nation. This decision was made after a year of renting both the Blu-ray and HD DVD formats in their stores after which the video rental giant found that Blu-ray was preferred by its consumers over 70% of the time.

According to the announcement, the Blu-ray titles will still be offered for rent online but a vast majority …

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High-Def a Mixed Blessing for Adult Film Industry

Posted in Blu-ray,HD DVD,News by Chris Weber on January 22nd, 2007

adult film's move to high def has unexpected consequencesWith the recent brouhaha over which format the adult film industry plans to adopt, one question is overlooked: who wants to see their porn in high definition? With high definition comes a high dose of reality. Porn actors and actresses are real people and real people have wrinkles, blemishes and razor burn, not so sexy features that some are wondering if viewers will really want to see close up and crystal clear.

The New York Times recently picked up the subject and talked to producers …

FyreTV gets its wireless streaming porn box on

Posted in Set Top Boxes by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2009

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FyreTV, which first got noticed at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, kicked off its porn streaming to your home media room via wireless IPTV set-top box service at this year’s CES. The box itself is called, suggestively enough, the BoXXX.

The BoXXX comes with the service, which has a starting price of around $10 a month. For that virtual equivalent to a roll of $1 bills you get access to “streaming DVD quality adult content.” The pay-for options look to be ala cart though, unless you purchase one of the all you can view porn packages (you do get some FyreCredits as part of the service). Otherwise you pay something called 1 FyreCredit roughly per minute of adult entertainment, though this seems to vary depending upon the particular adult production studio content you are watching.

BDP-S300 Blu-ray Player from Sony

Posted in Blu-ray,News,Sony by Darrin Olson on February 26th, 2007

Sony unveils cheaper Blu-Ray player with the BDP-S300Continuing the battle of DVD replacement formats, Sony is launching a less expensive player for Blu-ray discs bringing some additional pull to the Blu-ray format over HD DVD to replace standard DVD’s.

According to Randy Wayhick, senior vice president of home products for Sony Electronics, this summer the company will begin offering the BDP-S300 Blu-ray player, which has all the same capabilities as the BDP-S1 pictured here excluding the price tag. The BDP-S300 will retail for $400 less than the similar existing player, making its retail price at $599 …



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