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AVRant #3: We don't go to the movies

by May 23, 2007

The movies come to us! During this week's Podcast, we’ve got it all for you. Simultaneous theater/DVD/on-demand movie releases, kids+home theater=bad?, home theater calibration options, wireless speakers, and why you don't need to buy a specific subwoofer cable. I had a moment of Zen when Dina's mic cut out and I could talk uncontested but that didn’t last long. Oh, and the Velodyne SMS-1 costs closer to $600 than $500. I can't believe I don't have these numbers on the tip of my tongue. What a slacker. More questions from our audience, a little bit about Dina's wacky friend, and how to pull out pushed in dust caps.

This week's blogs include a long one by OPRA, more rants against Bill Gates, more comments slamming Macs, and oh, Dina admits she was wrong... publically!!! That alone is worth the price of admission.

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dina posts on May 26, 2007 19:50
Why, thank you! However, I am afraid that my presence may have caused the others to feel a disturbance in the force.
Dolby CP-200 posts on May 26, 2007 13:44

Welcome to the forums, dina, I trust you’ll find it very pleasant around here.
dina posts on May 26, 2007 12:30
I'm not that big a fan.
majorloser posts on May 26, 2007 12:27
dina, post: 271894
Just so you know, I am a huge Star Wars fan. And “ I find your lack of faith disturbing.”-DV

Was this you at the last Star Wars Convention?
majorloser posts on May 26, 2007 12:20
dina, post: 271894
Are you serious? If this has been you holding back, help us all.

Just so you know, I am a huge Star Wars fan. And “ I find your lack of faith disturbing.”-DV


Now she joined here!!!!

(BEWARE, you've entered the lions den)
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