Another great Giveaway from HomeTheaterDiscussion.com

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In celebration of this great country's Independence Day,
www.HomeTheaterDiscussion.com will proudly award a new Samsung
DVD-HD950 to one loyal Home Theater Discussion member. Here are the
details:

Rules:

   1. Anyone with 50 posts by July 4th can participate in this contest
for a chance to win a NEW Samsung DVD-HD950.
   2. You will automatically earn 1 raffle ticket for being an HTD
member (with 50 posts by July 4th).
   3. You will earn 5 extra raffle tickets for every
informative/entertaining review submitted.
   4. HTD will have a random drawing and select 6 final contestants.
   5. The final 6 contestants will be asked to answer one final
question (not to be revealed until July 4th).
   6. HTD members will select a winner by reviewing the answer to this
one final question and placing their vote in an HTD poll.

Register to become a HomeTheaterDiscussion.com member here:

  http://www.hometheaterdiscussion.com/forums/register.php ?

Reviews should be posted here:

  http://www.hometheaterdiscussion.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=116

What do I do to win?

Be or become an active participant on www.HomeTheaterDiscussion.com!
Increase your chances of winning by posting reviews associated with
Home Theater related hardware, software, movies or events. The reviews
MUST be your original work.

The top 6 finalists will be selected by the end of day July 4th, 2005.
HTD members will then have until 10:00 A.M. (CST), Sunday, July 10,
2005 to select a winner based on the contestant's answer to the final
question. HTD reserves the right to adjust or disqualify votes and/or
to disqualify and/or permanently ban members from the HTD site if any
impropriety is suspected.

The Samsung DVD-HD950 - Get an Even Clearer View

The 720p/768p/1080i DVD Players greatly enhance video performance by
increasing the video resolution of ordinary DVD titles and
up-converting them to HDTV compliant formats. A normal DVD player
outputs 480i (interlaced) video. Progressive Scan DVD players can
roughly double that resolution by outputting 480p video. the HD players
enable you to enjoy an HDTV compliant picture-roughly twice the
resolution of progressive scan DVD players. It is not High Definition
DVD, so it is not a new format and works with existing discs.


Another great Giveaway from HomeTheaterDiscussion.com


In celebration of this great country's Independence Day,
www.HomeTheaterDiscussion.com will proudly award a new Samsung
DVD-HD950 to one loyal Home Theater Discussion member. Here are the
details:

Rules:

   1. Anyone with 50 posts by July 4th can participate in this contest
for a chance to win a NEW Samsung DVD-HD950.
   2. You will automatically earn 1 raffle ticket for being an HTD
member (with 50 posts by July 4th).
   3. You will earn 5 extra raffle tickets for every
informative/entertaining review submitted.
   4. HTD will have a random drawing and select 6 final contestants.
   5. The final 6 contestants will be asked to answer one final
question (not to be revealed until July 4th).
   6. HTD members will select a winner by reviewing the answer to this
one final question and placing their vote in an HTD poll.

Register to become a HomeTheaterDiscussion.com member here:

  http://www.hometheaterdiscussion.com/forums/register.php ?

Reviews should be posted here:

  http://www.hometheaterdiscussion.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=116

What do I do to win?

Be or become an active participant on www.HomeTheaterDiscussion.com !
Increase your chances of winning by posting reviews associated with
Home Theater related hardware, software, movies or events. The reviews
MUST be your original work.

The top 6 finalists will be selected by the end of day July 4th, 2005.
HTD members will then have until 10:00 A.M. (CST), Sunday, July 10,
2005 to select a winner based on the contestant's answer to the final
question. HTD reserves the right to adjust or disqualify votes and/or
to disqualify and/or permanently ban members from the HTD site if any
impropriety is suspected.

The Samsung DVD-HD950 - Get an Even Clearer View

The 720p/768p/1080i DVD Players greatly enhance video performance by
increasing the video resolution of ordinary DVD titles and
up-converting them to HDTV compliant formats. A normal DVD player
outputs 480i (interlaced) video. Progressive Scan DVD players can
roughly double that resolution by outputting 480p video. the HD players
enable you to enjoy an HDTV compliant picture-roughly twice the
resolution of progressive scan DVD players. It is not High Definition
DVD, so it is not a new format and works with existing discs.


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