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The update arrives at a time of strong momentum for the HDMI standard. HDMI Licensing, LLC today announced that more than 400 makers of consumer electronics and PC products worldwide have adopted HDMI. Market researcher In-Stat expects 60 million devices featuring HDMI to ship in 200 PLAYSTATION3 will be the most advanced computer platform for enjoying a wide range of entertainment content, including the latest games and HD movies, in the home, said Ken Kutaragi, president and group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. By introducing the next-generation HDMI 3 technology, with its high speed and deep color capabilities, PS3 will s w a t theme song the boundaries of audiovisual quality to the next level of more natural and smoother expression on the latest large flat panel displays. HDMI is an established cornerstone for the whole High Definition TV industry and Philips is extremely pleased to see such significant improvements for picture and s w a t theme song quality with this new version, said Johan van de Ven, CTO and Senior Vice President of Philips Consumer Electronics. We look forward to continuing to work with other HDMI Founder companies to extend the scope of HDMI across new devices and applications, while remaining entirely committed to ensuring full backward compatibility with existing products. With the adoption of Deep Color and the xvYCC color space, HDMI 3 removes the previous interface-related restrictions on color selection. The interface will no longer be a constraining pipe that forces all content to fit within a limited set of colors, unlike all previous video interfaces. New HDMI 3 capabilities include: Higher speed: HDMI 3 increases its single-link bandwidth from 165MHz 95 gigabits per second to 340 MHz 2 Gbps to support the demands of future high definition display devices, such as higher resolutions, Deep Color and high frame rates. In addition, built into the HDMI 3 specification is the technical foundation that will let future versions of HDMI reach significantly higher speeds. Deep color: HDMI 3 supports 30-bit, 36-bit and 48-bit RGB or YCbCr color depths, up from the 24-bit depths in previous versions of the HDMI specification. Eliminates on-screen color banding, for smooth tonal transitions and subtle gradations between colors Can represent many times more shades of gray between black and white. At 30-bit pixel depth, four times more shades of gray would be the minimum, and the typical improvement would be eight times or more Broader color space: HDMI 3 removes virtually all limits on color selection. Next-generation xvYCC color space supports 8 times as many colors as existing HDTV signals New mini connector: With small portable devices such as HD camcorders and still cameras demanding seamless connectivity to HDTVs, HDMI 3 offers a new, smaller form factor connector option. Lip Sync: Because consumer electronics devices are using increasingly complex digital signal processing to enhance the clarity and detail of the content, synchronization of video and audio in user devices has become a greater challenge and could potentially require complex end-user adjustments. HDMI 3 incorporates an automatic audio/video synching capability that allows devices to perform this synchronization automatically with accuracy. New lossless audio formats: In addition to HDMIs current ability to support high-bandwidth uncompressed digital audio and currently-available compressed formats such as Dolby Digital and DTS, HDMI 3 adds additional support for new, lossless compressed digital audio formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. Products implementing the new HDMI specification will continue to be backward compatible with earlier HDMI products. The dramatic increase in maximum speed achieved in HDMI 3 will enable HDMI to stay far ahead of the bandwidth demands of future high definition source and display devices, said Leslie Chard, president of HDMI Licensing, LLC. As the de facto standard digital interface for the high definition and consumer electronics markets, HDMI is implementing the most innovative technologies today to fulfill the demands of tomorrows consumers. The last thing the country needs is another lawyer. some sarcasm Please, though, if you do become a lawyer, stick to civil law, which may be the last vestige of our judicial court system that actually functions in a somewhat positive way. I know smile Its not for the money. Im too old to go the big firm route. My mother does education and disability amongst s w a t theme song stuff so no ambulance chasing here. Marzetta7 and I are cut from the same stone. Hes stubborn as hell and so am I. Actuall hes more wont buy a HD DVD player and I damn near bought the Terminator disc on Blu-Ray for 12 just to be ready until common sense kicked in. I wont have a PS3 for months. Wrong yet again Murch. I almost fell out of my chair laughing when I heard you claim that you were wrong very few times here in another post. See this Toshiba has no intention of shipping the new machine, RD-A1, outside Japan and aims to sell 10, 000 units by December. Marzetta7 I do give you more credit than that. Thus I purposely avoided stating that they would ship in the US. Looking at the specs its clear that this unit would benefit Japan more than America which loves DVR and not optical recordswhich outsell players in Japan t1 Though thank your for that link. Confirms what I assumed would be the case. Twice the player costs If you are talking standalone player costs without regards to subsidizing, then true, but the PS3 is the same cost at 499 so if we are talking about subsidized players like both Toshiba models and the PS3, then you are false. Cost is the same. Im sort of backing off of talk about the subsidized stuff. It cant be proven yet. The PS3 doesnt ship until November. Twice the DRM Yes, Blu-ray provides more protection with BD and ROM-mark on top of AACS that both HD DVD and Blu-ray will use, but does this necessarily equate to twice the DRM.

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