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October 31, 2006

Deal of the Day: Toshiba RD-XS55 DVD Player/Recorder with 250GB Hard Drive

There's nothing cooler than a DVD recorder, especially when there's a 250GB hard drive inside. Yep, the Toshiba RD-XS55 DVD is a great choice for TV addicts looking for the ability to record and burn whenever you want. According to Amazon:

Amazon.com Product Description Watch your favorite television programming on your own time with the powerful and easy-to-use Toshiba RD-XS55 DVD recorder with integrated digital video recorder (DVR) with a massive 250 GB hard drive. You'll also get amazing video results when playing DVDs, thanks to the RD-XS55's upconversion from 480p to 720p/1080i formats via the HDMI connection. It also comes with TV Guide On Screen program guide, which provides access to eight days of programming. And because this conversion is performed in the player, the signal remains free from excessive digital to analog artifacts.

It's easy to find the programs you want to record--just search by keyword or sort programs by category, then highlight the listing and simply press the record button. It will also control your cable box (via IR blasters) for simplified unattended recording. The Chase Play feature enables you to begin watching a recording that is already in progress. The Live Chase Play feature lets you "pause" a live recording and then return to it later. During playback of both modes, a bar graph can be displayed on-screen depicting the "progress" or location of the playback signal with regards to the real time recorded signal.

The RD-XS55 records to affordable DVD-R/RW discs as well as DVD-RAM discs, a very flexible format that enables you to re-record on the disc up to several thousand times. In addition to playing back those recordable formats, this DVD player is also compatible with playing DVD movie, CD audio, CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and VCD, as well as MP3 and WMA digital audio files.

Overall, this is a pretty sweet device for a reasonable price.

More at Amazon.com

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October 30, 2006

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Oct. 31, 2006

Tales from the Crypt - The Complete Fifth Season

Kiss - Kissology - Volume 1 (1974-1977)

C.S.I. Miami - The Complete Fourth Season

The Tarzan Collection Starring Johnny Weissmuller, Vol. 2 (Tarzan Triumphs / Tarzan's Desert Mystery / Tarzan and the Amazons / and the Leopard Woman / and the Huntress / and the Mermaids)

It's a Wonderful Life (60th Anniversary Edition)

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October 27, 2006

Buying an HDTV Video from American Consumer

Here's a decent video for someone who wants to know a little more about what to look for when buying an HDTV. The video also gives you a nice little background on the Government's Digital TV mandate that goes into effect in 2009.


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October 27, 2006

My Remote Can Kick your Remote's Butt!

Tired of those sissy little remotes? Then check out these monster from Brookstone:


With giant buttons, this extra-large remote is easy to use and impossible to lose. Simple to program, this 6-in-1 remote controls your TV, VCR, DVD player, satellite, cable and auxiliary A/V device. It even features glow-in-the-dark buttons, so you can easily find the remote in the dark. Features 296 codes for most popular brands of A/V devices. Uses two AA batteries (not included).

Before you buy this remote (MSRP $35), you might want to reinforce the legs on your coffee table.

At Brookstone.com

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October 25, 2006

Place your Bets on the PlayStation 3!

Isn't it amazing what you can bet on these days? Well, if you can't help but take any bet, you'll want to check out these wagers on the PS3 at BoDog.com:


  • Bet On: Will Sony reduce the $499/$599 price tags on Playstation 3 (PS3) before the expected United States launch date of November 17th, 2006?
  • Bet On: Will the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approve Sony's Playstation 3 for release by November 17th, 2006?
  • Odds On: Which Sony Playstation 3 game will sell the most copies on the expected United States launch date of November 17th, 2006?

For those of you wondering why the FDA is involved with approving the PS3, it has to do with making sure the wireless Sixaxis controller is safe for us mere mortals.

At Bog.com [via Gamespot]


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Deal of the Day: Akai PDP5073TM 50" Plasma HDTV

If you're looking for a 50" Plasma but you don't want to break the bank, be sure to check out this deal on the Akai PDP5073TM:

Amazon.com Product Description Large and in charge but still compact thanks to its bottom-mounted speakers, the 50-inch Akai PDP5073TM will brighten your home theater with a broad color spectrum of 16.7 million colors and a high luminance display. Built for those who want an affordable large screen TV, the PDP4273M has a built-in NTSC tuner for standard over-air programming, and it displays HDTV channels and signals when connected to an optional receiver or compatible cable/satellite set-top box via the component or single-cable HDMI connections. It features a 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, 160-degree viewing angle, super-bright 1000 cd/m2 (candela per square meter) brightness rating, and a stunning 5000:1 contrast ratio. (The higher the contrast ratio, the greater a TV's ability to display subtle color details and not get washed out by ambient room light.) A 2D comb filter separates chrominance (color) from luminance (brightness) information in the video signal for independent processing to improve picture resolution and minimize distortion.

This set also performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal, too--a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. To adapt 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video, frames in the original movie must be duplicated; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this duplication by removing the redundant information to display a frame-accurate picture. Other features include gamma correction, color temperature controls, multiple display modes for video inputs as well as the PC input, and V-Chip parental controls.

Not a bad deal. if you've got this TV, be sure to leave us a comment with your thoughts.

At Amazon.com

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Time Warner Cable to Offer DVR-like Features Without the DVR Hardware

While I think every home should have a DVR, Time Warner Cable has a new service for those of you who want some DVR-like features without paying for a DVR box. Acording to TMCNet.com:

Time Warner Cable on Monday will launch a new service here that will let its digital cable TV subscribers press a button to restart their favorite shows, movies or sporting events from the beginning -- for free and without using a digital video recorder.

The release continues:

The feature works via the set-top box used by digital customers.

While Start Over lets viewers rewind and pause programs, they cannot fast-forward or use Start Over to skip commercials.

And, initially, only a portion of Time Warner's programming can be restarted.

The company must negotiate agreements with the networks it carries and with content producers like Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema before it can make shows Start Over-enabled.

Personally I can't see why you wouldn't spend the extra $9 a month to a get a DVR with Time Warner Cable. This might actually be an ingenious plan to upsell customers to DVR. What do you think?

At TMCNet.com

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October 24, 2006

Blogpire Podcast - Liquor Snob - All The News that's Fit to Drink 10.24.06

Blogpire 144 Our special guest Jake Jamieson from Liquorsnob.com teaches us about Tequila, and we taste test P.I.N.K. caffeinated Vodka. And of course, we have the latest news and views from around the 'pire. We also answer your questions from the past couple of weeks so keep sending them in to podcast at blogpire dot com.

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October 23, 2006

The TiVo Deal of a Lifetime

I tell you, there's never been a better time to look at a TiVo. TiVo has a deal that'll let you get an 80 hour Series 2 box and 1 year of service for a paltry $125:

Wow! Does that deal make you drool or what? You better hurry though because the deal expires on October 31rst.


At TiVo.com

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PlayStation 3 May be Delayed - Wow What a Surprise!

Well this comes as no suprise to most:

Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Sony Corp., which slashed its profit forecast yesterday, said it may not reach this year's shipment target for the PlayStation 3 game console because of a parts shortage in the Blu-ray high-definition disc drive.

Sony plans to ship two million PlayStation 3 players this year to the U.S. and Japan, and six million worldwide by March. The Tokyo-based company said yesterday annual profit would fall 35 percent to its lowest in five years on price cuts of the console in Japan and a recall of 9.6 million computer batteries.

It's absolutely amazing how game console manufacturers tell you for 3 years they're coming out with a new product but when the big day comes, there's always a shortage of units. You have to give them an award for knowing how to play the supply/demand game almost as well as those freakin' "Tickle me Elmo" guys.

At Bloomberg.com

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Still Confused about Blu-ray?

The discussion about Blue-ray is just about as confusing as when you switched from Betamax to VHS (remember the good old days?). I recently ran across an article at BBC News that answers some reader's questions about Blu-ray, like:

Is the difference from DVD a significant reason to upgrade? The advantages DVD had over VHS were great, e.g. higher quality visuals and audio, menus and extra features, optional audio and subtitle langauges, compact for storage, disks don't wear away etc etc... is it just video quality that makes the new formats better? Tom Handon, Brighton, UK


Proponents of high definition DVD point to the better picture quality primarily but also say the disks will be able to offer more extras and features.

It's a question of whether or not you are satisfied with the picture quality of a standard DVD.

Be sure to check out the full article with 22 questions and answers for your perusal (it's big-word Monday!).

At BBC NEWS

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Amazon DVD Releases Coming Oct. 24, 2006

Justice League Unlimited - Season One (DC Comics Classic Collection)

Hannah Montana, Vol. 1 - Livin' the Rock Star Life

The L-Word - The Complete Third Season

The O.C. - The Complete Third Season

Monster House (Widescreen Edition)

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October 19, 2006

DVRs - What Accessories do you Need?

As I've mentioned a million times, I don't know how anyone can survive without a DVR. But maybe that's just me? Anyway, if you're thinking about a DVR but you're not sure where to start, you'll want to check out this decent article at DVR PlayGround that mentions important accessories for DVRs like:

Placeshifting devices TiVo and other DVRs allow consumers to “timeshift” their shows by recording them digitally to a hard drive so you could watch your recorded content whenever you wanted and even pause and control live television. So what is placeshifting? Another DVR Playground article covers this subject in depth, but here is an except of the explaination of "placeshifting":

Today there's a new revolution in electronics that's redefining not only when you watch TV, but where. Even though timeshifting allowed you to watch television on your schedule, you still had to be in front of your TV when it came time to watch a show. Today, new pioneers like California-based Sling Media are introducing the next big concept called placeshifting, and the results of this new focus is bringing new products and technologies that allow you to watch and listen to your favorite television shows anywhere in the world.

We recommend the Slingbox Pro as your placeshifting device. While Slingbox and Sony LocationFree are the most well known, competitors such as Hava are springing up in this infant market. Even homebrew DVR software packages such as SageTV and Beyond TV have delivered their own placeshifting solutions.

The article has a few other accessories listed is a pretty good read for those interested in DVRs.

At DVRPlayGround.com

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October 18, 2006

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Oct. 17, 2006

La Femme Nikita - The Complete Fifth Season

That '70s Show: Season 5

Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Season Two

The Break-Up (Full Screen Edition)

Murder, She Wrote - The Complete Fourth Season

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October 17, 2006

DirecTV to Add Local HD Programming to 25 Markets

Here's good news for DirecTV viewers:

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Oct 10, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Already leading the satellite TV industry in the delivery of local HD programming, DIRECTV will offer local HD broadcast networks in 67 markets, representing approximately 74 percent of U.S. TV households, by year end when it rolls out 25 more local HD markets in the fourth quarter.

Local news, sports and popular primetime programming from ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC will be available in HD to customers who subscribe to any TOTAL CHOICE(R) programming package that offers local channels. There is no additional charge for local HD programming.

The 25 local markets to receive HD programming from DIRECTV include:

  • Albuquerque, N.M.
  • Buffalo, N.Y.
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • Flint, Mich.
  • Ft. Meyers, Fla.
  • Grand Rapids, Mich.
  • Green Bay, Wisc.
  • Greensboro, N.C.
  • Greenville, S.C.
  • Harrisburg, Pa.
  • Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Little Rock, Ark.
  • Madison, Wisc.
  • Mobile, Ala.
  • New Orleans
  • Norfolk, Va.
  • Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Portland, Me.
  • Providence, R.I.
  • Reno, Nev.
  • Santa Barbara, Calif.
  • Spokane, Wa.
  • Springfield, Mo.
  • Toledo, Ohio
  • Tulsa, Okla.

At DirecTV.comDirecTV to

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October 16, 2006

Philips SRU9600 Universal Touchscreen Remote Review

A few weeks ago we mentioned Logitech Harmony 720 Remote, which we really dig because of it's sleek design. There's another sleek remote that came out a few months ago that we neglected to mention. The Phiips SRU9600 Universal Touchscreen Remote is a pretty snazzy touch-screen remote and according to the review at I4U.com:

The SRU9600 uses a straight forward process to add a device. To configure my TV, I first select TV with the click wheel from the list. Next I choose the brand. The Philips SRU9600 has 1,100 brands in its database. I have tried it with a cheap Daewoo TV and the remote has this brand in its list. Now the remote tries to find the right device. For that I need to switch on the TV and then hold the OK button until the TV switches off. While I hold the OK button the remote cycles through available codes. I my case the TV switched off with the first code. I release the OK button and that was it. The remote is now able to control my TV with all functions.

One important tip is to think about which devices you use in sequence. you cannot change the order of the devices after you configured them on the click wheel. What I mean her is that you usually use your TV first and then the cable box. If you programmed your DVD player after the TV then you always have to scroll over the DVD component to reach the Cable Tuner.

The SRU9600 is pretty sweet and comes in around $130 which isn't too bad for a touch-screen remote.

At I4U.com

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October 12, 2006

Install A Satellite Dish the Easy Way


A few years ago, I decided that satellite TV was the way to go. I found a great deal on a dish and figured I'd save a hundered bucks on the install and do it myself. I mean, how hard could it be? Okay, that was probably one of the stupidest questions I 've ever asked (if you don't count me asking the judge "You talkin' to me?", while doing my best Travis Bickle impersonation).

Anyway, if you've ever hooked up a satellite dish, you realize that finding a signal requires a college degree and a lot of shouting from to the roof to a 12 year old engineer in the front room. The dialogue consists of a lot of:

"What's the signal strength?"

"Huh?"

"Is it doing anything?"

"Huh?"

"Do you want me to come down there and ....?"

"Huh?"

All that's followed by a lot of cussing (by the 12 year old, of course) and an olympic-type slip and fall performance off of the roof (by me, of course).

Anyway we're back on cable now. If I ever decide to install satellite again (yeah, right!), I'll be sure to do it the smart way like Danny over at Mavromatic.com:

I’ve installed a few Satellite Dishes for friends, family, and myself — I really hate it. Most of the installs I have done involved setting the Dish up on a roof or far from the receiver, thus rendering the tone and display generated from the Dish Setup screen useless. I have bought all the standard setup tools… the digital compass and inline satellite signal meter, but those tools still don’t make it a 15-minute setup job. Solution, use an old Realistic PocketVision 22. I think my pocket TV is circa 1989, but any pocket TV with miniplug antenna port will work — I’ve seen these things as cheap as $10 used.

A little TV on the roof? Why the hell didn't I think of that? Oh well, at least now I know how to tuck and roll after a 12 foot swandive. Be sure to read the complete tutorial:

HOW TO: Setup A Satellite Dish In 15 Minutes at Mavoratic.com

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October 11, 2006

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Oct. 10, 2006

Simon & Simon - Season One

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Vol. 2

Magnum P.I. - The Complete Fifth Season

Scrubs - The Complete Fourth Season

Click (Widescreen Special Edition)

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October 10, 2006

Plasma TV to be Overtaken by Lasers?

Yep, it's all about the "lasers" (do your best Dr. Evil impersonation here). According to an article at SMH.com, Lasers TVs are going to make Plasma TVs obsolete:

It's being hailed by its developers as the next revolution in visual technology - a laser television that will make plasma screens obsolete.

Soon-to-be-listed Australian company Arasor International and its US partner Novalux unveiled what they claimed to be the world's first laser television in Sydney, with a pitch that it will be half the price, twice as good, and use a quarter of the electricity of conventional plasma and LCD TVs.

Manufacturing company Arasor produces the unique optoelectronic chip central to the laser projection device being developed by Silicon Valley-based Novalux, which is being used by a number of television manufacturers.

The article continues:

With a worldwide launch date scheduled for Christmas 2007, under recognisable brands like Mitsubishi and Samsung, Novalux chief executive Jean-Michel Pelaprat is so bold as to predict the death of plasma.

We'll be sure to keep our eyes on this story and keep you posted as we get more details.

At SMH.com

View Arasor's Website

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October 9, 2006

BlogPire Podcast - Autumnal Festival Episode - Fun Fall Products 10.09.06

Blogpire 144We feature all the things you need to get your Fall spirit rolling. Recipes and products from TheCookingNews.com and KitchenContraptions.com. Hear about all the latest natural products at ReallyNatural.com, and find out why we're excited about the Magic the Gathering card game expansion.

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Deal of the Day: TiVo TCD649080 Series2 80 Hour Dual Tuner Digital Video Recorder

Since the TiVo services seems to keep evolving, now might be the time to consider getting a TiVo. Amazon has a few nice deals going on:
Amazon.com Product Description:

The TiVo Series2 DT does something that only DirecTV TiVo users have enjoyed up till now--the ability to record two shows at once. This dual-tuner (DT) TiVo Series2 is the first standalone DVR that's optimized for households with cable television. Now, you'll never have to miss any of your favorite shows--even if they're on at the same time. It also offers the same entertainment services as other TiVo Series2 DVRs, including digital music, digital photos, remote scheduling, and hassle-free favorites recording. All this and the famed luxury of being able to pause and view instant replays of live television, too. TiVo DVRs record television programming directly to an onboard digital ATA/IDE hard drive, eliminating the hassles of videotape (imprecise tape searching, head cleaning, steadily degrading picture, fuzzy sound, etc.).

This TiVo Series2 DT model (TCD649080) offers an 80-hour recording capacity. It offers the ability to simultaneously record programming from two basic cable channels, or one basic cable channel and one digital cable channel. It also includes built-in Ethernet and USB ports, making it easier than ever to add the TiVo box to your home network. This enables you to take advantage of the TivoToGo feature, which allows you to transfer programs from the TiVo box to a Windows-based desktop or laptop PC so you can watch your favorite programs on the go or while others are watching live or recorded programing on the TV.

So put away those old VHS tapes and enter the 21rst century!

At Amazon.com

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October 5, 2006

Win a Trip to the PlayStation Party 3 Premiere In Los Angeles

For you die-hard gamers out there, Sony is running a contest that will allow 10 lucky winners to attend the PS 3 Premiere party in Los Angeles on November 8.


According to Playstation.com:

How to Get In:

Show us why you should, must, absolutely have to be at the Playstation 3 Premiere Party. Use any medium you like (photos, videos, stories, song, whatever), but use your:

  • Creativity
  • Enthusiasm
  • Originality
  • Sense of Humor

More Details at US.Playstation.com

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October 4, 2006

Logitech Harmony 720 Remote Review


I've probably mentioned how much I dig remotes controls on steriods. One of the newer super remotes on the block is the Logitech Harmony 720 which I really like because it's designed for one-handed use. According to this review at I4U.DigitalTrends.com:

Perhaps the most unique feature of the Harmony remote line is the ability to program it through a PC. Install the software on your computer (or use the web interface for Macs), plug in the remote, and a start tweaking. The process for initially setting up the remote takes approximately 10-15 minutes, but more inquisitive users could spend anywhere up to hours messing with each parameter and tweaking each setting. Most people with the skills to use a regular remote will have no trouble setting up the Harmony 720 in most configurations.

Power users will find the extensive use of Wizards and question based solutions a little annoying. For instance, we still cannot figure out how we managed to get our Yamaha receiver to toggle the 6 Channel Input when it leaves the Home Theater PC activity. But, it works. Users can adjust everything from the slide show that displays in the cradle, to the pause between commands being sent to individual components. Finding the screen where they’re done can be slightly annoying, but with a little work, it all comes together.

Overall, I agree with their conclusion:

If you’re looking for a great middle range universal remote with all the bells and whistles, the Logitech Harmony 720 should be at the top of your list. The unique combination of stylish aesthetics and an intuitive interface is sure to impress everyone at first sight. Not only does it look nice and operate well, but it is affordable and solidly built. If the $200 price tag puts you off, the cheaper, monochrome 550 model offers many of the same features for less.

More at I4U.DigitalTrends.com

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October 3, 2006

Amazon DVD Releases Coming Oct. 03, 2006

Penn & Teller - Bullsh*t - The Complete Third Season

Medium - The Complete Second Season

Stargate SG-1 - Season 9 Boxed Set

The Little Mermaid (Two-Disc Special Edition)

X-Men - The Last Stand (Widescreen Edition)

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October 2, 2006

September 2006 Monthly Roundup for TVSnob

As has been the pattern this year, September went way too fast. We had lots of excitng news about TiVo last month including the Series 3 release and even an available upgrade already.

For those of you who want to watch TV or movies on your PC, you'll want to check out our article about AT&T and MobiTV hooking up to offer a live TV subscription service for broadband and the article about Amazon's new video download service.

So go grab a cup of coffee, kick back, and enjoy a little TVSnob catch-up reading.

General News and Rants
Playstation 3 Video of the Day
Plasma TV + TiVo Series 3 = Wonky Remote
Pioneer Suing Samsung Over Plasma Patents
BlogPire Podcast - Fall Product News and Guest Russell Neufeld from ShavingStuff.com 09.25.06
Fox to Test "Fast Forward" Advertising in the UK
Could There be a Solution to the DVD Wars?
TiVo Users to Get Some CBS Shows in Advance
The Miami-Florida St. Game Rocked with 8 Views in One on ESPN
Rumor Central: Series 3 TiVo out on September 13th?

Deal of the Day
Deal of the Day: Hisense USA 17" HD Ready LCD 16:9 Television
Deal of the Day: Logitech Harmony Remote 628 - Universal Remote Control
Deal of the Day: Philips 42PF7320A 42" Widescreen Plasma HDTV

Reviews, First Looks, and Tutorials
AT&T and MobiTV Launch Live TV Subscription Service for Broadband
Amazon.com Launches Unbox Video Download Service
TiVo Series 3 Upgrade Almost Available
TiVo Series 3 Now Available at TiVo.com
Logitech Announces the Harmony 1000 Remote
Samsung Releases a 40" LCD TV with LED Backlight Technology

New DVD Releases
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Sept. 25, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Sept. 18, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Sept. 12, 2006
Amazon DVD Releases Coming Sept. 04, 2006

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