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Old 10-30-2007   #25
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Greg,

Hope all is well and surgery went as planned. FESS's hurt, hope it wasn't too bad.

FWIW I bought a PS3 today, it will be here 11/2, so add another source to the list...
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cptpike,

I hadn't heard of that problem yet, and the A35 is pretty new. I would call Optoma and Toshiba and ask them directly, maybe you'll be fine with a decent HDMI cable and possibly a firmware upgrade on the player. FWIW you likely won't know for sure until you try this. I ran into a similar problem getting a player (BDP-1200) to recognizer my friends JVC RDS1 as 1080p/24. I believe firmware updates solved this issue for Alan, hopefully it will be all you need to do on your as well.

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Greg,

Hope all is well and surgery went as planned. FESS's hurt, hope it wasn't too bad.

FWIW I bought a PS3 today, it will be here 11/2, so add another source to the list...
LOL. Well, now is this for reliability reasons? For, I just mentioned to The Moose, that the Sony PS3 easily seems to be the most reliable Blu-Ray player available. If this keeps up and the word gets out, the PS3 may be hard to come by.
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Thank you very much for the well wishes, I don`t know what FESS`s are, but yes, the first two days after surgery, there was much pain in my head, soreness in the nostrils, and a little ache over the eyes. But today, I`m feeling pretty good. Just a little soreness. Have 3 more cleanup post op appts. and I should be done.
Does Sony make a Madden for the PS3? My stepson has Madden for PS2, and it looks good in SD. In Blu-Ray, it would be incredible.
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Don't know, part of the PS3 purchase was it just made sense, why not have 1080p games?

FWIW I also bought a new laptop (PC) to do the firmware updates and program my Meridian stuff.... POS! I spent half an hour on the phone with tech support to get Vista to work with a standard router to no avail... Then they transferred me to the next level of tech support.... Where they want to charge me $59.99 minimum to try to figure it out! DUDES! This is a brand new laptop....

It will go back before I pay to fix what is new!
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Yeah, I hear you. I been tru that with my Dell home computer. You get to a certain level, and then they want to charge you.
Anyway, enjoy your PS# and congratulations on yet another source. The PS3 definitely is the most reliable of all the Blu-Ray players on the market. Kinda makes you scratch your head that a combo game/blu-ray device is doing so much better than Sony`s on flagship machines?
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