home theaters being screwed up by "big brother"

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Postby JimJ[VT] » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:41 am

Remember the link a couple months ago about local lawmakers in St. Louis actually trying to pass a city ordinance defining car stereos by the number/size of their speakers...it failed miserably, but it's the same kind of principle - and they weren't joking :D
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Postby John » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:46 am

KU40 wrote:The only way your house is a theater is if you charge admission to watch the movie. as long as it's free there are no problems.

Yeah, making a profit, plus being open to the general public, etc...
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Postby hvnd4speed » Sat Jan 06, 2007 12:35 am

i read that too and about **** myself.....then i caught on

i think manufacturers would tell the MPAA to screw off with that as well and if it was ever enforced, i dont think i could afford a reciever with biometrics built in...hehe


good read...thanks for the laugh!

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