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Old 12-01-2007, 02:42 PM   #49  
Chris Gerhard
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Originally Posted by fuzzynoise View Post
I'm just an average Joe....I bought an HD-DVD ($99 Walmart) player because I wanted an upconverting DVD player for my new HDTV (I figured what the heck...having the ability to play a few HD-DVDs wasn't a bad 'freebie')...don't really plan to stock my movie collection with HD-DVDs...borrowed a friend's Transformers HD-DVD and put it in the player, then put my copy of Transformers (regular DVD) into the player and although the HD-DVD did look a little better, the regular dvd upconverted was fine by me...I bought Transformers on sale for $16.99 and my friend paid $29.99 for his copy....

The higher cost of the HD-DVDs, for me, isn't worth it. But I'm not a videophile either...just a regular Joe who likes to watch movies from time to time....
I don't know if you are the average customer that purchased an inexpensive HD-A2 but I am certain what you are doing is very common. It is a very good upconverting DVD player and worth that price to a group of people for that ability alone.

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