Because you are all Dirty Thieves.....

Well they did it, they made it "illegal" for bluray players to output unencryptred analog signals....

to qoute: "The "Analog Sunset" will be staggered. New players after December 31, 2010 must limit analog video output of BD content to interlaced standard definition (480i/576i). Then, 2013 is the expiration date for analog video: no player that passes "Decrypted AACS Content" to analog video outputs may be manufactured or sold after December 31, 2013."

Yes this is old news, but it's the first I heard of it because they are intentionally keeping it quiet. Honestly it's time to buy your blu ray player NOW to avoid getting a crippled one, and I'll bet they will send out a "update" for all current players to enforce the disabling of analog HD.

It's all because the content industry thinks of every single one of you as a dirty thief. All you want to do is steal their precious precious content.

All I want to do is use my HD gear for as long as possible. It looks like I wont be buying a new Blu Ray player and holding onto my old out of date one.


  1. There is a way around this. I use an external tv tuner by Hauppauge it's the HD PVR. Component, S-Video, and Composite. The component has input and output and I use it on my bluray player to record netflix and the occasional bluray copy.


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