So I did the Ctrl+shift+alt+d while playing House of Cards in the Netflix Win8.1 app. The "Buffer size in Bytes (a/v)" said anywhere from 5,800,000/80,000,000 to 6,000,000/83,000,000
What does that mean? Does that mean that it is streaming at 5.8Mbps to 6.0Mbps?
The quality looked exceptional and of course the audio was DD+ (could this account for the increased bitrate?
Living room theater set-up:
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1124-K.
Speakers/Sub: (4) NHT Classic Two and an NHT TwoC center + PSA-XV15 subwoofer.
HTPC: z97 mobo, 16GB mem, i5-4440, SSD+HD, LG BD drive, Win 8.1 pro w/WMC + MB3.
Content sources: OTA Winegard HD7698P, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Netflix etc.
HDTV: Sharp LC-60SQ15U (ehhh).