Originally Posted by Cortiz I don't like using quick start mode as it consume more power and I suspect many people don't use it.
The player normal start up is fairly quick, about 22 seconds on the S570 and S770. So I don't think it's worth it. The new players startup is about 30 seconds in normal start up, which is actually slower then the old models. That's was my comparison.
Huh? Your response makes no sense at all for a couple basic reasons.
First, how would you even know how much "more power" the quick start mode potentially uses? And even if quick start does use "more power", that additional power usage would be so minimal and only last for the time it took to load the disc - probably around 20 seconds at the most. Quick start must disable itself once the disc has finished loading - it's not as if it's still running once the disc is playing.
Second, why would you "suspect many people don't use" the quick start mode? If anything, I'd think most people would use
this feature since it's a new feauture in 2011 models which is suppose to make disc loading faster. Every consumer wants faster loading, so why in the world would a buyer not use that most attractive feature that they just paid for?
Finally, hardly anyone even owns these new x80 models yet, so to say that you "suspect most people don't use" the quick start mode is totally ridiculous.