COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (PRWEB) January 17, 2006
High Def Forum (HighDefForum.com) today announced that it has reached the 100,000 post milestone. The High Def Forum founded March 10, 2004, has grown from a lonely 0 members and 0 posts to a thriving 24,000+ active community that has reached the 100,000 post milestone. The High Def Forum has received millions of unique visitors since inception and has helped countless people in their HDTV endeavors.
High Definition Television is a great advancement over standard definition. Increasingly however the transformation to High Definition has led consumers to a confused state, from the HDTV terminology (1080i, 1080p, 720p, Blu-Ray, HD-DVD, etc.) to understanding high definition compatibility issues to HD reception issues. The High Def Forum, with its’ great membership base helps 10,000+ people daily gain clarity on these very issues while at the same time providing a laugh or two.
“I am extremely pleased to be a part of something that helps so many people (countless) every day,” said Cass Maggio founder of the High Def Forum. “HDTV is the future and it has arrived.”
The High Def Forum specializes in everything related to high definition (HDTV) technology, with forums specifically targeted to DirecTV, Dish Network, HDTV Reception, Direct-View TVs, Flat-Panel TVs, Front Projection TVs, ISF Calibration, High Definition DVDs, High Definition Camcorders, High Definition Receivers/Players/Recorders, HTPCs, Connections and more with an emphasis on developing solutions to member problems and educating the public on HDTV technologies, which has been paramount to its’ rapid growth and success.
The High Def Forum can be accessed via the World Wide Web at http://www.highdefforum.com
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