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Offline p2p rules

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Sharp intros HDTV with Blu-ray burner
« on: May 24, 2009, 09:45:04 pm »
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Sharp has introduced the 20-inch AQUOS DX LCD this week, the first HDTV at that size to include a built-in Blu-ray burner.

The TV also has a built-in digital TV tuner that allows users to record episodes and burn them to BD-R/R DL and BD-RE/RE DL discs. The company says up to 30 hours of HD video can be recorded to BD-50 discs, and the data can be burnt at up 7x speed.

Users can also play media stored on DVD-R, including MPEG-4 and AVC high definition video files.

The TV itself, is 720p resolution and has a 1,500:1 contrast ratio with 450cd/m2 brightness. For inputs, there are two HDMI ports, a VGA, a D4, and S-video and RCA. There is also an Ethernet port for Internet connectivity.

The TV will hit Japan on June 20th, and will cost $1590 USD.
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:lol: the MPAA isn't going to happy about Sharp's new TV with a built-in Blu-ray burner.

Offline Forested665

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Re: Sharp intros HDTV with Blu-ray burner
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2009, 11:21:55 pm »
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The TV also has a built-in digital TV tuner
isnt that sort of a requirement? but needless to say i get the point and when VCDs came out they were "an acceptable evolution of the VHS" so why would dvds and blue rays be any different?
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Re: Sharp intros HDTV with Blu-ray burner
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2009, 02:39:10 am »
VCD was in tandem with VHS.... popular in high humidity areas due to VHSs sensitivity to those levels of humidity.... they were also pressed and held the same amount of video as an audio cd holds audio... 74mins.... they predate the mass use of cd burners to create them....

i think you got VCD and DVD mixed up ;)

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