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Engadget HD Podcast 333 - 01.17.2013

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Here's the good news: Ben and Richard survived the so-named CES Death Flu. Good thing, too, because we're not finished with the onslaught of UHD display tech from Vegas in the least. Among various HD talking points, we've got an interview straight from the slow floor with Sharp's Jim Sandusky about the company's latest TVs. The only thing that might top that is Top Gun remastered in 3D. These, just some of the many highlights from this installment of the Engadget HD Podcast.

Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

Producer: Joe Pollicino (@akaTRENT)

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00:02:53 - CES Interview: Sharp's Jim Sandusky -- Richard Lawler, Ben Drawbaugh - Engadget HD
00:25:06 - CES 2013: Best in show
00:31:21 - CES 2013: HDTV and connected devices roundup
00:42:40 - Second screen TV companion apps / Editorial: The state of the second screen
00:52:36 - Ultra HD TVs stole the show at CES 2013, but they're just part of the puzzle
01:11:05 - Quantum dots / Sony Triluminos
01:15:18 - Comcast invests $150 million in Arris
01:18:34 - LG streaming Smart Sound Bar eyes-on
01:20:08 - Netflix lands deal for Turner and Warner Bros. TV series beginning in March
01:22:27 - Top Gun Blu-ray 3D details revealed

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