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photoman

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#19674 26-Feb-2008 11:51
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Not sure if I'm allowed to post this, but it may be worth it for some people.

EzyDVD in Australia are having a big sale of their HD-DVD titles from as little as $9.92. The sale is 24 hours only and there is only 14 hours left. If you have a HD-DVD player, now's your chance to stock up on titles.

I have no connection with EzyDVD whatsoever, other than being a very satisified customer from years back, and I was just on their site placing an order.

http://www.ezydvd.com.au

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  #113164 26-Feb-2008 14:40
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Haha why would you want to get HD DVD? its dead :P

Good deals tho

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  #113169 26-Feb-2008 15:00
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If you already have a HD DVD player then why not?  Sensational deal.

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  #113180 26-Feb-2008 17:06
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AmooMan: Haha why would you want to get HD DVD? its dead :P

Good deals tho

A movie is a movie, doesnt matter what format it is in. Its fine buying HD-DVD titles if you already have the player , just not the players because they wont have any future titles coming out for them.



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  #113184 26-Feb-2008 17:21
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walt12: If you already have a HD DVD player then why not?  Sensational deal.


Good to see you talking your book... better hoover them quick ...

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  #113201 26-Feb-2008 19:24
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ajst2duk:
walt12: If you already have a HD DVD player then why not? Sensational deal.


Good to see you talking your book... better hoover them quick ...


Picked up 5, for less than AUD $50, can't sneeze at that.  Like eXDee says, a movie is a movie, and I already have the hardware.  Actually I think if the XBox add-on gets any cheaper then it's a bargain too - comes with a quality remote, King Kong, and of course the HD DVD drive, which has some 300+ titles on release, which are all region free.

Naturally I will embrace Blu-Ray too, but for the moment these are cheap titles that I won't need to buy on Blu-Ray.

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#113220 26-Feb-2008 20:55
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walt12:

Picked up 5, for less than AUD $50, can't sneeze at that.  Like eXDee says, a movie is a movie, and I already have the hardware.  Actually I think if the XBox add-on gets any cheaper then it's a bargain too - comes with a quality remote, King Kong, and of course the HD DVD drive, which has some 300+ titles on release, which are all region free.

Naturally I will embrace Blu-Ray too, but for the moment these are cheap titles that I won't need to buy on Blu-Ray.


I've bought some HD DVD titles off Amazon.com recently, where there is +50% off.  The Xbox 360 external drive is a steal @ $129; it works with your Windows OS too and you get a Media Center remote!

Fingers xrossed for a Blu-Ray add-on for the Xbox 360.







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  #113222 26-Feb-2008 21:01
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photoman: Not sure if I'm allowed to post this

No issue. Its topical, and useful, and you are not affiliated with the site.









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#113276 27-Feb-2008 07:42
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I see that the 360 add on drives are now down to $49 at Noel Leemings.  Still can't bring myself to buy one though as when it (inevitably) breaks down, I would be left with movies but no player.  I'm afraid I'll have to stick with region encoded, expensive Bu-Ray (though not so bad if you get region free disks from Amazon with $NZ 1 = $US .81Wink

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