[opendtv] Re: News: DTV Boxes Could Cost $1 Billion

 > With a product as good as that, the tuner mandate, and the large
 > market, I'd be baffled why anyone would just drop the product.
 >

That is why I wrote there might be Linx trouble back when they were 
purchased.  I don't remember the figure but the purchase price seemed 
very low at the time for someone with a new technology that might have 
given DTV reception to Mark's apartment.  That plum belongs to Zenith 
now.  I'm still guessing there is trouble in Linxville though I have no 
idea what.

- Tom


Manfredi, Albert E wrote:
> Dale Kelly wrote:
> 
> 
>>Tom Barry wrote:
>>
>>>I don't want to be too much of a party pooper but we should remember
>>>that many of us on this list were very elated a year or so
>>
>>ago because
>>
>>>of the Lynx results.  And yet, for some reason, they are
>>
>>not yet on the market
>>
>>Did the purchase of Lynx by an EURO based company possibly
>>change their
>>direction and possibly even eliminate them as a player in the
>>ATSC market?
>>They seem to have become silent on this issue.
> 
> 
> The German company that bought Lynx claim, on their web site, that
> they are into DVB-T and ATSC DTV products. What was their name?
> I scanned their web site when we first heard about the sale.
> 
> With a product as good as that, the tuner mandate, and the large
> market, I'd be baffled why anyone would just drop the product.
> 
> Bert
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