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Product with multi-disc recordable High Def DVD/mp3?

Is there a home theatre component product that combines multi-disc recordable High Def DVD with mp3 features that allow me to play movies and music from the internet. I see Sony has a Sony VAIO XL2 Digital Living System, but CNET did not give that a good review.

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thats quite a lot of money

In reply to: Product with multi-disc recordable High Def DVD/mp3?

using google, the first link that came up is,1759,1966540,00.asp which gave it a good review.

i'd probably probe google some more and see if you can find reviews made on forums by REAL owners (if there are any).

my opinion on this product? i think its over priced, and full of stuff that can either 1.) break easily, 2.) will be outdated in a month or two 3.) will not do exactly what you want (due to DRM and other copyright encryptions) and you might be disappointed in spending $2300 on it.

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I agree

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I agree. The price is another reason I am looking for an alternative. I am also wondering if I can piece some components together to get all the features I want, but it would be nice if I could find it in one unit.

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