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According to a new study from the DVD Entertainment Group (which admittedly has a rooting interest), DVD players are now in half the households in the US, gaining consumer adoption faster than either the transistor radio, personal computer, CD player and VCR. Remarkably, DVD players are now commonly sold at price points lower than $100.
KC's View:
The answer to the question posed in the headline is, “Waiting for DVD recorders to become affordable so we can start transferring our old taped stuff to disc.”