Do you need a couple more for the museum? How about a couple DMA2200's?cwinfield wrote:how much will you part with the echos for?
3rob3 wrote:tzr916 wrote:but I am staying on cable card and made the switch to JRiver MC. Just can't live without 9 tuners and Terabytes of storage.
I am still using cablecard as well. How do you do streaming media with your setup?
dkrom wrote:Crash2009 wrote:Do you need a couple more for the museum? How about a couple DMA2200's?cwinfield wrote:how much will you part with the echos for?
How much were you thinking for the dma's?
Crash2009 wrote:That looks just like XBMC
tzr916 wrote:I LOATH streaming media. If I was forced to use any such service it would have to be one that does UHD and Atmos.
3rob3 wrote:Crash2009 wrote:That looks just like XBMC
Not sure if you were joking, but Kodi is (was) XBMC.
Ed wrote:Shield should be a bit faster with apps than the Xbox One (not really too bad though for the Xbox). However, Xbox One has a BR player built in. Although, I still have not heard (and haven't really looked into it as I don't own one thus don't care too much) if that means Cinavia is enabled across all Xbox One apps, only system apps (i.e. the DLNA player, but not Plex) or only the BR player app.
Xbox One also uses more power than the SHIELD, and the SHIELD should be quieter as well.
Ed wrote:I'm not a fan of the FIre TV from what I've heard/read. People complain about the interface, it only has HDMI 1.4 thus can only do 4k @30 and no HDR (for in the future - while the SHIELD has HDMI 2.0 and can be FW upgraded to 2.0a according to Nvidia) and I've heard of performance problems (and the SHIELD is def fast no matter what). People basically only go with the FTV if they're tethered to Amazon Prime Video. I can't speak to/recall anything about how HDHR View performs on the Fire TV; I know it works - but not how well.
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