Originally Posted by mark haflich
The brick and the puck are basically the same video and audio wise. The content library is the same for both except for streaming. Most who have a puck haven't used it in eons and have spent very little of their free Sony content bucks to purchase any of the movies offered for sale. You will quickly grow tired of the brick/puck until the content library increases. For newbies your pre arrival excitement will be a lot higher than your joy in using it at this point in time, the short stuff shot in 4K will hold your interest for a few hours. Its good but so is high quality Bluray nature stuff etc upscaled by the Sony. The projector is the joy.
So the X10 Brick is the same as the Puck except for streaming?
Must be a Puck circuit board inside the Brick with a mod for streaming...
But no point in streaming video if the FCC goes thru with ending net neutrality, we're pretty much screwed. Internet access will be so damn expensive that nobody will be able to afford it.
Then eCommerce will go in the tank, loss of jobs, etc due to that. Taxes on eCommerce will be commonplace, so forget about streaming video.
Guess Sony is now working on the X20 now to upgrade the audio.
Wonder what the X30 will improve?
Guess Sony couldn't make a Brick with all the upgraded features at once. So they will just release several more Bricks until they get it right..
Guess Sony's marketing staff is working hard to keep their monthly sales numbers up!
I'll just wait for the 4K Blu-Ray.
Then I don't have to deal with the internet and provider costs.
att only gives you so much download megs a month, then they start charging.
Oh well, I'll just enjoy the Great picture that the 1100 delivers for now.
I hope that Oppo is working on a 4K Blu-Ray player now.