Assuming your computer's audio card has a digital input, you can use one of the two, set up the audio recorder to pull in the feed, and start playback from your DVR.
the war is over:
Never tried either one, yet, so I don't know if either was actually better.
But, whaddaya know...Sony actually won a format war.
What a shame.
I can't stand Sony.
i had no need to buy any of them... as...
MY COMPUTER HAS A NIC!
i mostly use DVD's and co if i'm booting and installing the OS. and blueray... what for? ;-)
as i don't own hd-tv viewers (the real ones just aren't cheap enough yet) i don't need a player either.
once that changes, i might have use for such a thing to store the biggers torrents on them.
Mon Feb 18 2008 09:55:19 EST from IGnatius T Foobar@uncnsrd
Look on the bright side: Microsoft was an HD-DVD backer, so this screws them up big time -- especially considering (if I remember correctly) that the Xbox 360 contains an HD-DVD drive.
Actually, one of the reasons Toshiba threw in the towel involves Microsoft claiming they were going to back Blue-ray on their XBox.
Which, of course, screws Microsoft customers, but they're used to doing that.
Di Feb 19 2008 09:19:42 EST von Monochrome@uncnsrd
Yes, 4 months after I bought an HD player. Oh well, time for a PS3. :)
don't you have a waranty on it? its broken, isn't it? ;-)