Originally Posted by humbland
I'm still struggling with the in and out "soft " Netflix Super HD picture.
Simple question: Is there any device, like Roku 3, or one of the new Bluray players that does a better job.?
That is, are some players more sensitive to the band width squeeze than others?
When I Googled it, I could not get a definitive answer, but I'm sure therre are some strong opinions here.
Those of you with multiple streaming options, do you notice that one device trumps the others?
I don't think that there is hardware that would solve the issue .. although, I have to admit, you got me to thinking ..
The question I would have would be "Is there hardware that could buffer the incoming stream and hold it in a cache to be utilized if the stream drops below a certain level .. ?? " ...
If not, I would think that would be a money maker .. and here I am posting the idea on a public forum ..
At any rate .. I stream with a Wii, two PS3's, a Panasonic BluRay player, a couple of desktop PC's and sometimes a laptop .. (that's why I'm sucking up everyones bandwidth ..
) .. and although the PS3's are by far my favorite, I don't see any PQ issues on anything I use ..