Uni's Kornblau Says Leap Into HD

July 2007
Home Media Magazine;7/8/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 27, p12
Trade Publication
The author comments on the article "Leap Into the High-Def Future," by Stephanie Prange. He says that the up conversion of DVDs is important because consumers want to see that any next-generation player they will buy will playback their old DVDs. He agrees that next-generation DVD formats will go the way of the laserdisc if all they offer is high definition playback.


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