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I would love this player at $250 that's about it. I agree that at $2,500 for a cheap box taht looks like this, it's pathetic.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/36151136?w...131848&veh=sem

Except it is white !

I am sure the manufacturing cost of the unit is less than $100!
It's been explained in this thread why the price is "high".

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I'd love to see a figure of how many units total Kalidescape has sold. Every time I read a write up on one of these on here I think the same thing, "$2500!?... For that?" For that much cheddar I'd at least hope you'd get some color options, and that it would be made of metal. I think this thing would have to be $500 max to garner wide spread interest. I really don't understand how that $2500 price tag is justified.

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Only if you have the obsessive "librarian gene" is that worth $2500.

I just get my stuff on blu-ray and throw the discs helter skelter these days.

On the other hand i spent around $50k or more on speakers so who am I to judge other people's obsessions.
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Only if you have the obsessive "librarian gene" is that worth $2500.

I just get my stuff on blu-ray and throw the discs helter skelter these days.

On the other hand i spent around $50k or more on speakers so who am I to judge other people's obsessions.
Yes that is obsessed - are you still married after the purchase? (or, what did you have to get her to offset the purchase?)
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Oh, but I did not insinuate anything, you did.
" this product is not for smart people like me. "

A smart person would know when producing that sentence, what it implied and how it would be seen by others. If you are smart as you say, you know this and you are being disingenuous in trying to disown what it clearly implies.

On the other hand, if you really don't understand how that sentence would be taken by others - that the product is not for "smart people (like you)" - then I'd suggest it's time for some basic courses in communication.

There are all sorts of good reasons someone may not want to purchase this item. I believe I have several myself for why I wouldn't buy it at the moment. But there are also some perfectly fine reasons someone may wish to buy one, if it suits their lifestyle and solves certain issues they want solved, in the ways they want it solved.

imagic (mark) has done, I think, a very good job discussing the product with an understanding that this product has features desirable enough to compel some people to want it, while it does not suit the needs of others.

It doesn't help to bring braggadocio into one's assessment, with implications about the intelligence of others who might have good reasons to buy one.
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Yes that is obsessed - are you still married after the purchase? (or, what did you have to get her to offset the purchase?)
I never lose money on audio purchases anyway, I usually buy used and sell them off for about the same amount. On top of that, I only use market dividend gains to make extra purchases. Besides that, I could have bought a few Ferrari's by now, but I save that money instead (and therefore benefit from stock growth an dividend yields over time).

I don't bother her when she wants to buy fancy jewelry or donate money for a charity school in India with her money.

If my wife has a problem with it, then I married the wrong woman. She fortunately understands why I like what I like even though she doesn't share that interest.

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I never lose money on audio purchases anyway, I usually buy used and sell them off for about the same amount. On top of that, I only use market dividend gains to make extra purchases. Besides that, I could have bought a few Ferrari's by now, but I save that money instead (and therefore benefit from stock growth an dividend yields over time).

I don't bother her when she wants to buy fancy jewelry or donate money for a charity school in India with her money.

If my wife has a problem with it, then I married the wrong woman. She fortunately understands why I like what I like even though she doesn't share that interest.
I love your reply. In my house, I am good at spending and my wife is good at making money. I just lucked out marrying her, as she has no issues with it.

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Oh, but I did not insinuate anything, you did.
When you say "Smart people like me" you insinuate that people that don't agree with you are stupid. Not the first time you've done something like this.

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You play your own mind game; you won't get me into it. ...You like the product; it fits you, that's your business.
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" this product is not for smart people like me. "

A smart person would know when producing that sentence, what it implied and how it would be seen by others. If you are smart as you say, you know this and you are being disingenuous in trying to disown what it clearly implies.

On the other hand, if you really don't understand how that sentence would be taken by others - that the product is not for "smart people (like you)" - then I'd suggest it's time for some basic courses in communication.

There are all sorts of good reasons someone may not want to purchase this item. I believe I have several myself for why I wouldn't buy it at the moment. But there are also some perfectly fine reasons someone may wish to buy one, if it suits their lifestyle and solves certain issues they want solved, in the ways they want it solved.

imagic (mark) has done, I think, a very good job discussing the product with an understanding that this product has features desirable enough to compel some people to want it, while it does not suit the needs of others.

It doesn't help to bring braggadocio into one's assessment, with implications about the intelligence of others who might have good reasons to buy one.
No no, don't look any further than you have to. I spoke for me, and that is it. I'm smart enough to realize that this product is not for me.
I don't imply anything else. I look @ the build quality, the $2,500 sticker price, and that's enough.

* I'm going to make it clear, so that there is no confusion:
People who are wise enough like me to see that there are many things amiss with this product and its related features,
they simply are going to dismiss it all together.
This thread is very clear on that.

As for other people; the ones interested by the product, they use their own wisdom according to their own needs. It don't mean anything else than that.
I don't think of others interested in the product as not smart.

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$100???? How do you come to that? The 4T drive cost more than that
Ok here is retail price MSRP
- Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive STBV4000100 = $130

- Sony - BDPS1200 - Streaming Blu-ray Player - Black $60 TOTAL = $190

So with that we can now discount this by 50% that's the dealer cost, = $95

Now if you just look at manufacturing cost that's an other at least 30% off

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Ok here is retail price MSRP
- Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive STBV4000100 = $130

- Sony - BDPS1200 - Streaming Blu-ray Player - Black $60 TOTAL = $190

So with that we can now discount this by 50% that's the dealer cost, = $95

Now if you just look at manufacturing cost that's an other at least 30% off

ok !
I appreciate it but I'm not buying what your selling. You're assuming that their manufacturing is similar to a mass produced Sony product. I'll just agree to disagree.
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I appreciate it but I'm not buying what your selling. You're assuming that their manufacturing is similar to a mass produced Sony product. I'll just agree to disagree.
Kaliedescape is using Intel Inside. There's nothing expensive or special about it or the way it's manufactured. Not sure what the Alto is using but the Cinema One came loaded with the Intel CE3100. The CE3100 didn't really take off with other companies, but it's replacement, the CE4100 did OK, ending up in the Boxee Box, Google TV boxes and some some Sony Google TV loaded Televisions. The 4200 is in some Samsung products...etc...I haven't really kept track since the CE4100.

Since Kaleidescape uses the same hardware that's in MUCH cheaper devices, I'd be stunned if they're manufacturing process was any different than any other quality built BR/Media player on the market. In Kaleidescapes case, I'm willing to bet that one company builds the case, another supplies the MB/SOC, and someone else assembles it.

Regardless, you're not buying this product for the hardware, you're buying it for the software, service, and support.
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Kaliedescape is using Intel Inside. There's nothing expensive or special about it or the way it's manufactured. Not sure what the Alto is using but the Cinema One came loaded with the Intel CE3100. The CE3100 didn't really take off with other companies, but it's replacement, the CE4100 did OK, ending up in the Boxee Box, Google TV boxes and some some Sony Google TV loaded Televisions. The 4200 is in some Samsung products...etc...I haven't really kept track since the CE4100.

Since Kaleidescape uses the same hardware that's in MUCH cheaper devices, I'd be stunned if they're manufacturing process was any different than any other quality built BR/Media player on the market. In Kaleidescapes case, I'm willing to bet that one company builds the case, another supplies the MB/SOC, and someone else assembles it.

Regardless, you're not buying this product for the hardware, you're buying it for the software, service, and support.
Absolutely. As someone who appreciates good software, I understand that's what Kaleidescape customers are paying for. It's a lot like my laptop—$1000 in hardware, $10,000+ in software. It's the software that makes it awesome.

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Yes, but they can make the hardware much more attractive and solid too, not like cheap mickey mouse looking and build.

And on the software side; as of right now you are denied of some great content.

* I don't know; some of you might have few hundred Blu-rays in your movie/music collection, and others like me have few thousands (4,000 +/-).

Also, I don't like this type of "car" disc slot. ...Not inspiring solid confidence, but that's me, and my own experience with all type of disc transports, in the last 30 years.
There are several other things too (wrong with that machine) and the entire "aura" around it; but I know that you guys are all smart to see them.

Like I said, some people might find what they're looking for, and for them that is just fine. What counts is that they are happy; the rest is just cheap whiskey.
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Absolutely. As someone who appreciates good software, I understand that's what Kaleidescape customers are paying for. It's a lot like my laptop—$1000 in hardware, $10,000+ in software. It's the software that makes it awesome.
It's probably not even the software cost, but LICENSING costs. I bet they are paying the media companies TONS of money to allow this.
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exactly. I do not care how much money you have, this is a waste of money!
I'm far from rich, but spent $30K to buy the high-end K system and haven't regretted it for a second.
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No 3D = Fail
3D is fail on its own.
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I'm far from rich, but spent $30K to buy the high-end K system and haven't regretted it for a second.
That is awesome. ...And same here; I'm far from being rich, and I spent much more than thirty grands on HD movie software. ...Both in 2D and in 3D.

So I guess then that this cheap $2,500 version is a heck of a great value deal.
...For some, bravo. ...Not for me, and money is not always relative, accommodation is. ...And we all have our own, ...accommodation.
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3D is fail on its own.
Could be for you and others but for some of us it is not. IMO, will be the same for Dolby Atmos/DTS:X, UHD/4K, UHD Blu-ray, etc.
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Could be for you and others but for some of us it is not. IMO, will be the same for Dolby Atmos/DTS:X, UHD/4K, UHD Blu-ray, etc.

I'm kinda with you on 3D. I just don't see the attraction. I have a nice projector (Sony 600ES) and LCD (Sharp Elite) but after watching a couple of 3D movies, I haven't even given it a thought in a year.

But..I'm pretty excited about Atmos and what DTS:X might bring. I enjoyed the Atmos demos at Cedia. And now I'm looking forward to hearing what DTS:X has got. I'm sure I'll add height speakers by the end of the year.

It just goes to show...to each their own.
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I'm kinda with you on 3D. I just don't see the attraction. I have a nice projector (Sony 600ES) and LCD (Sharp Elite) but after watching a couple of 3D movies, I haven't even given it a thought in a year.

But..I'm pretty excited about Atmos and what DTS:X might bring. I enjoyed the Atmos demos at Cedia. And now I'm looking forward to hearing what DTS:X has got. I'm sure I'll add height speakers by the end of the year.
I have the same projector and really like the better 3D movies. I loved ViewMaster (as a kid, a long time ago now) and still have one. Will add Atmos/DTS:X when a audio processor shows up with full HDMI 2, HDCP 2.2 switching on most of the inputs.
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I'm far from rich, but spent $30K to buy the high-end K system and haven't regretted it for a second.
How are you not rich and spent $30k on a K system

I'm assuming you "paid" for it not financed.
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this thread is hilarious...

But seriously, who doesn't want a blu-ray player that will skip the previews and other junk and take you straight to the menu screen. I wish all blu-ray players had this option.

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this thread is hilarious...

But seriously, who doesn't want a blu-ray player that will skip the previews and other junk and take you straight to the menu screen. I wish all blu-ray players had this option.
You can manually skip all the "junk" in roughly less than a minute, on average, with the vast majority of Blu-rays.
Yeah, it would be nice pushing a red button and the movie starts automatically without the FBI and CIA and Homeland Security logo warnings.

Does the Kaleidescape come without any anti-piracy fines/jail warning logos? ...Awesome.
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How are you not rich and spent $30k on a K system

I'm assuming you "paid" for it not financed.
Yea, I wrote the check and as they say, cried only once.

Yes, K strips all the nonsense from movies. Push a button and the movie starts.

Link favorite songs/scenes from as many B_Rs as you wish and make your own custom concert too. Many other features.
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Give me an example of what you routinely love about it; like last night, or the night before, what did you do with your high-end Kaleidescape...did you watch a Blu-ray movie?

Tomorrow night; say you want to watch 'Predestination' or 'Nightcrawler' on Blu-ray, what do you have to do?

* Can you watch Disney's Frozen on Blu-ray and in 3D with your kids?
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Absolutely. As someone who appreciates good software, I understand that's what Kaleidescape customers are paying for. It's a lot like my laptop—$1000 in hardware, $10,000+ in software. It's the software that makes it awesome.
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I think Kaleidescape is much like Harleys... as one of my girlfriends succinctly stated about its attraction in a article... If you have to ask you can't understand.

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