As for Tull albums, I'd rather see them go backward in time to Benefit. Listening to Passion Play years later, I don't find it to be a very coherent, musical or exciting piece of work. And this is coming from a fan who finds new pleasures in Thick as a Brick every time I've listened over the last 30+ years.
I got mine the same day as you did. Sounds much better!! The 5.1 mix is much more...sensible, for lack of a better word, and the overall sound quality is less bright and more robust in the mid-range. I'm glad those in this forum validated my disappointment with the original disk and that I took the trouble to contact EMI using the information provided here. Thanks AVS Forum:cool:.
I've been getting freeze-ups while in the guide, slowness and sometimes freezes when changing channels and reboots on a sporadic basis when first turning on the DVR. Is anyone else having this problem and/or do you know it's cause and a possible remedy?
So, if I understand this new "capability" correctly, all you can do is watch FIOS programming on a mobile device in your own home, if connected to your own network and router? Maybe I'm missing something, but why is that better than turning on your TV and watching it there?What I'd like to be able to do is watch FIOS programming anywhere I can get a decent WiFi connection.
This is great, but how are we going to know when the replacement disks are in stores? And, since this recording probably isn't that big a seller for a merchant such as Best Buy, how do we know they'll bother restocking it again for a handful of enthusiasts on the AVS Forum?