Originally Posted by BrolicBeast
My Oppo bdp-105 will probably be the last blu ray player I'll need to own. Having spent the last 3 months getting fully adjusted to media server life, playback of physical discs has been relegated to 3D movies. It pays to be a Do-It-Yourself kind of person.
I wont re-hash the joys of Jriver, as I've sung its praises quite often. I instead want to pose a question to my fellow AVS-ers: what has been the single most significant (highest impact) evolution that your theater has seen in the last two years?
The only thing I did the last two years as regards my system (without digging up receipts to check) was upgrade the power protection. My Furmans run quieter than the Tripplite they replaced, and are more versatile. Plus, though I'm not sure I need it, the 45A current reserve will treat my amps right if
needed. I don't count the latest monster (McIntosh C2300 preamp) since it's not actually in the system yet. But soon, I hope . . .
VPI, Grado, SME, Pioneer Elite, Magnum Dynalab, Oppo, DVDO, McIntosh, JJ, Mirage, Kimber, Transparent, MIT, Pangea, Wireworld, Shunyata, PS Audio, Furman, Sanus