Thursday, February 21, 2008

ATRAC format sometime after the Japanese launch on March

If you haven’t made the switch to TIVO or DVR and still have an old VCR between your cable box and TV set, chances are it won’t work either when the digital change takes place next year. You can still put a converter box in front of the old unit but you might want to take the opportunity to upgrade the old tape-based VCR to a DVD recorder. You can purchase a DVD recorder for under $200. Pinoy Money Talk can help find some good values based on DVD recorder reviews, features and prices. Here are a few top picks.

But hey, nobody as hip as you listens to FM now do they? Look for these to go global with the addition of DRM'd WMA but without Sony's proprietary.

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