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    #46
    Re: Netflix Box...

    Well to be fair I can easily see a difference between HDX and BD on my 67" set or even my 40" set. but I doubt most people would notice it. For me HDX is more about convenience. And it does produce a very good picture. For me most movies are fine on HDX but there are movies I would rather purchase on BD to see the better picture and hear the better audio.

    If VUDU would have been available 3 years ago, I wouldn't have purchased almost 700 HD DVD/BD titles and it would have saved me a lot of money.

    Originally posted by bobpaule View Post
    Lets talk some sense:

    1. Roku Netflix box $100
    2. Roku M1001 iTunes media player $200
    3. Blu-Ray player $200-500

    Versus BestBuy's Samsung BD-P2550 $340 with:

    1. BD Profile 2.0
    2. Netflix
    3. Pandora free online music. Really intuitive custom radio
    stations based on your artist/genre prefs, at the click
    of your remote.

    I keep both Netflix and Vudu because Netlfix will allow me to see all the
    oddball import titles for free, while PQ is marginal.

    For true video bliss i go for the Vudu box in HDX and on my 100" 1080p
    system i see no difference from BD. Without HDX i would have never gone
    for Vudu, period.

    As for AppleTV's expensive 720p historical piece i say good
    riddance. Expensive, PPV and crummy video, why would i do that if i can get Netflix?

    If i want the above and uncompressed 7.1 sound from DTS-HD MA on my
    balanced separates system i have to rent BDs, Netflix takes care of that
    too, one unlimited at a time plus 15k online movies for $10/mo.

    My second hand HDDVD collection is also groing, the Tosh A35 player really does
    them justice.

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      #47
      Re: Netflix Box...

      Originally posted by aaronwt View Post
      Well to be fair I can easily see a difference between HDX and BD on my 67" set or even my 40" set. but I doubt most people would notice it. For me HDX is more about convenience. And it does produce a very good picture. For me most movies are fine on HDX but there are movies I would rather purchase on BD to see the better picture and hear the better audio.

      If VUDU would have been available 3 years ago, I wouldn't have purchased almost 700 HD DVD/BD titles and it would have saved me a lot of money.
      +1

      I can see a difference on my 100" FP setup, but it is marginal in most real world viewing. However, I still will find movies I really want to own and I will want to own them on Blu, but the purchases have dropped off dramatically since Vudu came along. I would imagine my collection would be less than 100 discs rather than the nearly 600 I have on HD/BD.

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