sbiddle:gehenna:And HD media players. They're not even available..
in what sense? that's a pretty bold statement...
Virtually any PC is a HD media player. There are plenty of people watching HD content on their PVR's/HTPC's hooked up to their big screen TV's as it's the only real way to get decent HD material.
Damn TVs for being so expensive. I remember when our TV got nicked, going to 100% Electric and getting a new, better, bigger CRT for $350. Not $2000! Admittedly, the CRT is considerably smaller than the LCDs I'm looking at. But my point still stands, LCD is quite expensive - even Sony's 20 inch G series Bravia, which is 4:3 and not high def, is about $700 or $800.
old3eyes: Without looking up the rest of the media players you list the TViX HD M-4000PA is a SD player only
walt12: As long as you have a TV and video card which are HDCP compliant, then there is no reason why you can't build a HTPC now that is more than capable of recording HD content and displaying at a time of your choosing.
Hi there all,
I would like to ask a question, hopefully someone can answer it for me?
My Screen Aspect Ratio is 16:9 but i still seem to be missing the the full picture when watching movies on sky and it doesnt come through as widescreen, am i an idiot? can someone please help me??