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Ara had the opportunity to speak with Tom Andry of AV Rant. We hope you enjoy this bonus mid-week show!
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Right on! Great to hear AVRant and The HT Guys working together :D
I was actually the lucky AVRant listener who received the honour of being the first Listener Guest Co-Host on AVRant while Dina was away during the summer.
I've been listening to AVRant since the very beginning. And to be honest, AVRant is what really got me into listening to podcasts. I went looking for other Home Theatre related shows and quickly came upon the HDTV Podcast, so in a roundabout way, Ara and Braden can credit Tom and Dina with adding one more loyal listener to their ranks :)
I really enjoy that The HDTV and Home Theater Podcast and AVRant cover the same area of interest, but do so in different ways. It's not nearly as much fun if every show is exactly the same!
Great to hear this collaboration. And one day, we simply MUST hear a four person show!
Enjoyed the show - great idea. Looking forward to a collaboration
Great show. I enjoyed it on my way to work this morning. Great to hear you two guys working together. I am a loyal listener to HDTV podcast, and a new listener to the AV Rant.
Thanks for having me on guys. Expect to hear guest spots on AV Rant from one or both of the HT Guys in the near future.
Nice show. I watched it and it was so interesting. I enjoyed it. Well I am a new listener to the AV Rant. Thanks for this great post here.
Loved the podcast. I listen to both podcasts regularly and enjoy them both for different reasons. Would love to see more collaborations.
so agree. its been my bugaboo for a while, these bluray prices are ridiculous. it doesn't matter if its 1080p, it wouldn't matter if it were 4k, 30 dollar range is simply beyond the acceptable price for the average buyer. you could have 20.1 audio and 3d, no one cares, if its a film it has to be under a certain price otherwise people won't go for it. price is its own quality. people also expect this to cost the same as dvd, it is the replacement after all, its not a premium product but simply keeping up with the times. if dvd cost 30 dollars today people wouldn't buy it either.it doesn't matter how cheap bluray players get, as long as the film prices remain ridiculous people won't give it a second look. quality is only a single factor. price being far more important. as for mp3/cd/sacd/dvda there you saw how drm and price premium murdered sacd/dvda. while some complain about mp3s quality, the reality is that its brought a higher base level of actual delivered quality to the masses. when cd/cassette were king the average portable audio and home systems were definitely inferior to what we have today. back then what were the standard headphones sold at walmart? target? maybe 20 dollars max. now headphones costing 100-200 dollars are sold by freakin walmart, thats how far we've come. it could have been futher even if the companies didn't get all insane about their drm and pricing. they never learn... right now their prices are training a new generation of bluray rippers and encoders.
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