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Old 04-13-07, 11:27 AM   #13
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Default Re: Samsung goes format neutral: Samsung BD-UP5000 hybrid HD DVD/BD Standalone

Originally Posted by superklye
But their last one cost more than an HD DVD player and BD player separately and it didn't support the iHD/HDi functionality, so it was a crippled HD DVD player.

I'd rather get the one from Samsung that is going to support everything and cost the same as the lowest-end stand-alone BD player...but that's just me.
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if that samsung cost about 599 i would get it.
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Old 04-20-07, 09:23 AM   #14
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Default Re: Samsung goes format neutral: Samsung BD-UP5000 hybrid HD DVD/BD Standalone

It IS awesome news. Love seeing that it will sport teh Faroudja chip as well. Can`t wait to demo this. I hope like another Hybred I have seen, that you can surf menus and do all that you are supposed to be able to on this Samsung unit. The other I tried would only allow you to play the vids. Bugs......

Samsung is pretty good about this kinda stuff tho.
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