I'm in Canada and it seems the all the stores that carried HD DVDs have simply removed them from the shelves without any sales. Where can a person get them for cheap in Canada?
You could try www.kijiji.ca. It's a buy and sell site similar to craigslist. I've had luck buy and selling on it. Posting is free and typically you would meet the person and pick up what ever it is they are selling.I need a player as a back up for when this one dies. I personally don't like e-bay, been ripped off too many times and the shipping and border fees are way too outrageous. Plus you get couriers taking a chunk of your money for some trumped up charges.
Actually, if you use torrents, and find a good torrent site, the quality is the exact same. Its not like the old limewire days where the quality was bad. With torrents, it's exact disc images, and much cheaper.That method is frowned upon here. Also any download that I have aver seen including MP3 files is lousy quality compared to the real thing.
On a side note I did find a whole bunch of HD DVDs at Walmart for $5 each this past week. That made me happy.
The MPAA and the RIAA really go after those who allow their PC's to service uploads of copyrighted material via torrents -- which is part of the give and take of torrents and other P2P distribution schemes. You do not want to be caught doing so.It can pay off:bigsmile:
More importantly, it's not ethical, and de-legitimizes the internet as a viable means of content distribution. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that I don't download copyrighted content, but I'm not going to brag about it either.It can pay off:bigsmile:
From our rules: There is to be no discussion of boot-legging material or illegal file sharing or any software that contributes to the same. File sharing is NOT permitted. Please do not post links to illegal downloads and do not discuss illegal downloading.To be honest, the internet lol. I dont know how this site feels about downloading, but I get all my DVD's, HD DVD, BluRay, Music, etc free, and exact copies. That would be the cheapest way.
At the first walmart they were in a separate bin. They had at least 20 different tittles, I grabbed 4 as I had some of the others or did not want them. The second walmart had them mixed up with the rest of the "buy 2 for $10" bin and couldn't find any that I wanted.Regarding the $5 HD DVDs, were they in the $5 bin or with the rest of the HD DVDs and just happened to be priced at $5?
I bought 30 HD-DVDs from them a while back when they had free shipping. They have free shipping every once in a while.inetvideo.ca still has a lot of HDDVD titles in stock. I've bought several from them from between 6 and 12 $ each all new an sealed. Even a couple of boxed sets like Hero's and BSG seaon 1. The shipping I find a little heavy if you order few things (7-8 $ on a 20$ order) but if you order a bunch its not so bad.