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Re: Netflix and Internet use
said by Kruisey:I hooked my Blu-Ray up to my 2.9 subfeed mux and reversed it through my co-ax attenuator. When I had that going, netflix was playing pretty good. Like it wasn't what you were describing Kruisey, but it was pretty damm close.
I got a new TV a few months ago and my pictures have improved 100% its the latest Samsung smart TV.
Some of the movies have not got the colour quality others do.
The live shows like CBC and Global TV news are excellent.
Homeland does come over really well on this set.Have the HDMI for sound.
Wow I hope they have a Season Three of Homeland its the best show ever.
I looked at Netflix it does not have the newest shows and I have seen the movies it offered.Thats probably why it is cheaper because it has older shows and films.
Nice price for those that have not already seen the contents.
Actually I do love' Homeland' .Very clever script writers.
said by Kruisey:That's partly because content owners don't want Netflix (and any other online streaming) to dig into their traditional TV ad revenue and DVD sales.
I looked at Netflix it does not have the newest shows and I have seen the movies it offered.
Thus the ridiculous delays anywhere from months to years before stuff makes it to Netflix.
And then there's all the licensing issues, for which the CRTC is partially to blame.
Services like Netflix have so much potential, but are unfortunately on a very short leash.