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cdbma

join:2003-01-19
Bolton, MA

same old, same old

And how is this any different than ISPs, cell companies and cable providers? They build up a base with aggressive pricing and then stick it to the subscribers. I would assume that they've run the financials on churn and still think they'll be ahead. I'm not quite there with the streaming thing. I need a better computer and I'm not sure how to deal with the audio. I don't want to give up good audio.

I see many of you voting with your wallets. That's how to do it!


wwdubbia

join:2002-06-03
Clinton, NY
said by cdbma:

And how is this any different than ISPs, cell companies and cable providers? They build up a base with aggressive pricing and then stick it to the subscribers. I would assume that they've run the financials on churn and still think they'll be ahead. I'm not quite there with the streaming thing. I need a better computer and I'm not sure how to deal with the audio. I don't want to give up good audio.

I see many of you voting with your wallets. That's how to do it!

Netflix is a native app on many new Bluray and HD sets; just makes sense to make streaming content available as they get penetration into the living room. Audio will remain as good as the home theater system is.


Uncle Paul

join:2003-02-04
USA
kudos:1
The quality of that App varies greatly depending on the product. On my Tivo it's pretty good. On my brand new Sony BD player it's horrific.

bn1221

join:2009-04-29
Cortland, NY
Roku is only 79 or 99 and great for this....