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Posted on 2004-09-27
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Does anyone know a forum similar to experts-exchange for questions about stand-alone DVD players?  It looks to me that questions about stand-alone players are not appropriate for this forum...

Thanks for info!
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Question by:cornell256
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Callandor earned 125 total points
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Take a peek at www.avsforum.com, which covers all things Audio/Visual.  I think they have a section on standalone DVD players.
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by:Luc Franken
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Hi cornell256,

Why not just ask your question here in this question, or create a question at http:/Miscellaneous/
Also, we're not allowed by the Member Agreement to help you find compatitive sites.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi123

Greetings,

LucF
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Thanks for info to both of the experts.  I tried to divide the points between the two answers, but "screwed up" - sorry.

I was not able to find any topic anywhere on consumer standalone DVD players, and I suppose miscellaneous would work, but I will send email to the wishlist keeper about adding such a DVD standalone topic here.  I did find one question that pointed out that the forum covers only computer-related issues which is why I figured I could not ask the question in this forum.  I stand corrected.
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by:Luc Franken
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cornell256,
Don't worry too much about the points.
As said by one of the owners of Experts Exchange (I'll try to find the comment) they're trying to add some non-computer related topics and switch over to "digital living" instead of only computer related problems. Until then, for all non-computer related questions, just ask them in the Miscellaneous TA and you'll probably see that there will be people that are able to solve your problem.

LucF
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Thanks  :&)
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