Originally Posted by Dave-T
I put AppleTv reluctantly because I only use it for a movie I know I am not going to buy but want to see. I purchase 99% of my movies on UDH Blu RAy or regular Blu Ray. When watching the actual disc you get the best sound quality and picture quality capabilities. I did not spend a ton of money on my system to watch compressed video and audio, I know I am part of a small percentage but I will hold out as long as I can. It is funny that this article came out because my wife and I were at Thomas Moser over the weekend discussing the purchase of a new custom home theater cabinet and she asked what my plans were for all of the Discs I had.
I just rent the movies I want to see via Netflix disc by mail or Store-3D-blurayrental.com. I use steaming for original Netflix and Amazon content not available on disc and for watching TV shows that I missed when they were on TV, their streaming quality is much better than cable or satellite.
As for devices, I just use my Sony Android TV's internal apps, it's the easiest way and has excellent quality.
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