I feel like it is the recession,just not enough extra money from the middle class to the lower middle class,(where I am at)The main bills are taking from entertainment,plus from my opinion with the experience I have had with older movies being redone in Blu-Ray seems to have so much noise in the background of the picture that you got to turn down the contrast so much that it really is not any better than a up convert,except for audio.
I say from my experience and this has been with about 10 movies.
[quote=zaina;2043957]Conclusion from the article:
- Millions of PS3 owners don’t seem to care that they own a blu-ray player. And if they do, many of them don’t buy Blu-ray movies.
- Until Blu-ray standalone price fall under $200, don’t expect blu-ray to be widely adopted
- Many people does not upgrade their movie library, that means they don’t buy old classic movies in blu-ray, they want new movies in hidef.
But I thought the title of the article should be Blu-ray boom caused declining DVD sales? Or it’s just simply there’s not enough good movies in DVD and blu-ray compared to previous years? Or is it because the US economy in recession?[/quote]