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HD Nation covers the week in High-Definition news, reviews, tips and tricks. Hosts Patrick Norton and Robert Heron will quench the thirst for stunning visuals and the ultimate surround sound by providing everything from reviews of the latest in home theater equipment, the best new Blu-Ray titles and the most amazing free sources of HD content. If you're trying to get the absolute best out of your viewing experience, or trying to put together a home theater on a budget, there is no better alternative than HD Nation.
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Patrick reports back from CTIA: the wireless convention in Las Vegas, and brings back news of HDMI ports on cell phones and wireless output to HDTVs! Hillcrest Labs introduces Kylo, the web browser built for your HDTV, and unsurprisingly, Hulu blocks access immediately. We think we know why! Dish Network is suing DirecTV, claiming it's misleading consumers. Sony's new Bravia NX series is now shipping, and features a unique 6° tilt. A farmer in Russia decides to provide his cow barn with HDTVs, and it turns out that octopuses love HDTV as well.
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Having trouble transcoding your media to play on your PS3? Robert found the PS3 Media Server, a cross-platform tool to easily view audio and video files directly on your PS3 or XBox 360. It supports a wide range of file formats, including DVD ISO files and even ZIP and RAR files. Watch the video to see if this could be the answer for your home network streaming needs.
With more than 12 million members, Netflix is the world's largest subscription service streaming movies and TV episodes over the Internet and sending DVDs by mail. For $8.99 a month, Netflix members can instantly watch unlimited TV episodes and movies streamed to their TVs and computers and can receive unlimited DVDs delivered quickly to their homes. With Netflix, there are never any due dates or late fees. Members can select from a growing library of titles that can be watched instantly and a vast array of titles on DVD. Among the large and expanding base of devices that can stream movies and TV episodes from Netflix right to members' TVs are Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PS3 game consoles and, this spring, Nintendo's Wii console. Find movies you love - easily! You can browse, search or see our recommendations for you. They even have a special "back of box" feature that lets you get the detail of any movie instantly. As a Netflix unlimited member you get Blu-ray movies by mail in about 1 business day. Shipping is FREE and there are no late fees or no due dates. Blu-ray plans start at just $5.99 a month! As a new member and a HD Nation viewer, you can get a FREE Trial membership. Go to www.netflix.com/hdnation and sign up NOW! Be sure to use this URL so that they know we sent you!
You've been asking about it, so Dell's Inspiron Zino HD is our latest home theater PC review. Is the $249 base machine ready for HD VIdeo? Do you need the upgraded Radeon HD 4330 graphics card and 4GB of RAM (like on our testbed) to run a Blu-ray drive? Watch the video to find out if it's worth a spot on your home theatre shelf.
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3D is making a big splash this year... Panasonic and Samsung have 3D TVs on the market. Other manufacturers claim their HDTVs are "3D Ready". Watch the video to find out if this is as good as the real thing.
If 60Hz is enough for a "flicker-free" HDTV, is 120Hz all you need for 3D content? Watch the video to hear Robert explain how 3D shutter glasses work, and why you need them!