Re: SAY NO TO BLURAY
- From: Roy L. Fuchs <roylfuchs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2006 22:41:21 GMT
On Sun, 04 Jun 2006 16:25:55 -0500, Justin <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Gave
Roy L Fuchs wrote on [Sun, 04 Jun 2006 21:04:36 GMT]:The industry will be fine right now with the market demographic of
On Sun, 04 Jun 2006 14:13:20 -0500, Justin <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Gave
GMAN wrote on [Sun, 04 Jun 2006 18:37:28 GMT]:
In article <v25582h3c6m7r44rvprjb5fe4i3bf0hnre@xxxxxxx>, Roy L. Fuchs <roylfuchs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 4 Jun 2006 03:53:11 +0000 (UTC), you@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxWhere?
(Your Name Here=Harvey) Gave us:
In article <t153825qs0cn77n47nlem5ob3k38rt6auj@xxxxxxx>,KimbaWLion@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
"wandrinandz" <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If more buyers would support HD-DVD and say no to Blu-Ray, then we would not
have a format war which is damaging the dvd industry.
Join the HD-DVD Support Group over at www.hd-dvd.uk.com
I'm saying NO to both of them.
Once the PS3 drops down in price - then there would be a large Blu-Ray
So what? They are STILL going to lose the battle.
Like when the PS2 killed off the Dreamcast, because it could playHahaha.. what a joke, and what a weak battle for a small
DVDs straight away, and the Dreamcast couldn't.
(relatively) market. THIS MARKET IS GLOBAL, and huge.
HD DVD will win. Already has, in fact.
Good question, since the overwhelming majority of people right now don't
know or care about either format.
That's bullshit. The majority of folks that WOULD be interested
already are. Many more come on board every day.
The folks that would be interested is a very small subset of DVD owners
Audiophiles and videophiles are definitely up on the latest and
greatest, and they always have been.
Yes, and most DVD owners are neither. The war is to win these people
over, and most of them don't care.
all laser disc types and those DVD owners that became videophiles
after getting on board with DVD. I think that market is much bigger
than you apparently do. So do the manufacturers of our consumer
electronics goods... obviously.