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What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

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    #16
    Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

    Originally posted by Speedaddict81 View Post
    PS3 requires no such payed subscription and plays blurays, too! It will also let you watch properly formated networked content, but probably not with the ease of a PLEX channel on roku (which I know nothing about).
    Out of all the ways to watch Vudu, PS3 is my preferred way. Better quality it's all free.

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      #17
      Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

      The Roku 3 now has Youtube channel, and older models will be getting it soon. So that's one more reason to get a roku. It's the only streaming player I use.

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        #18
        Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

        Originally posted by Jester View Post
        My current setups

        Main TV uses a Sony 3D Blu-ray player WIFI no buffering issues in HDX even watching LOTR EE copies
        2nd TV uses an LG 3D Blu-ray player no streaming issues in HDX even watching LOTR EE copies
        also have 2 bedroom TVs using RCA streaming player http://www.walmart.com/ip/RCA-Wi-Fi-...layer/17693168 Walmart had them on sale for $15 each one day. no buffering issues in HDX even watching LOTR EE copies. Very limited device though streaming video services are Hulu+, Netflix, & Vudu but its the only thing hooked to those TVs.

        I also have a Roku 2 HD do not use it for Vudu, because when I initially setup Vudu on it the thing did not recognize my entire library I believe because of some video/audio codec issues that I never paid attention if it ever got fixed.
        But it does work great for all the other channels I have setup on it.
        Good to know on the Roku. I've seen that issue before, so that has kept me away.

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          #19
          Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

          Originally posted by amiaturtle View Post
          Out of all the ways to watch Vudu, PS3 is my preferred way. Better quality it's all free.
          Yes, i'm sad that Xbox does not allow you to use apps (streaming apps) unless you have gold.

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            #20
            Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

            Originally posted by echopulse View Post
            The Roku 3 now has Youtube channel, and older models will be getting it soon. So that's one more reason to get a roku. It's the only streaming player I use.
            I forgot, YouTube was a deciding factor for me too. Well if the movie codec issues get cleaned up I may do that or just stick to the xbox.

            Thanks for the info everyone!

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              #21
              Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

              Originally posted by Lunchbox View Post
              Yes, i'm sad that Xbox does not allow you to use apps (streaming apps) unless you have gold.
              Yeaph, that is why I got rid of my XBox 360. If they didn't charge to play or use apps I would still have it.

              * I do use You Tube with my PS3 as well It's got quite a few apps you can use.

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                #22
                Re: What Streaming player do you recomend and why?

                Out of 550 Films, there are only 2 that don't appear on my roku. Mars Attacks is one, and I don't know what the other one is. They are so few that it's not a reason not to get a roku.

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