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I live in Hays Kansas and 3-5 times a year im in the Kansas City area going to movies and shopping with my wife. Or going to a Royals game.



Any of you KC area guys going to be attending CEDIA in Denver this year? I will be going for sure.


I’ve never been to CEDIA. I’d like to go some year. That and E3.

Won’t be this year though since I just came back from Axpona.

When you are in KC, send me a PM if you’d like a demo. The same could probably be extrapolated to most of the other KC regulars. We enjoy sharing our home theater with other enthusiasts.
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I’ve never been to CEDIA. I’d like to go some year. That and E3.

Won’t be this year though since I just came back from Axpona.

When you are in KC, send me a PM if you’d like a demo. The same could probably be extrapolated to most of the other KC regulars. We enjoy sharing our home theater with other enthusiasts.
Thanks Archea that sounds like a real nice offer. Very much appreciate it and will keep that in mind.

Ive never been to CEDIA either but I told myself a few years back that if its ever back in Denver I would attend. So real excited to go. E3 would be fun too. Never been.

Did you visit JTRs booth at AXPONA? Pics from the JTR thread looked very cool.

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Thanks Archea that sounds like a real nice offer. Very much appreciate it and will keep that in mind.

Ive never been to CEDIA either but I told myself a few years back that if its ever back in Denver I would attend. So real excited to go. E3 would be fun too. Never been.

Did you visit JTRs booth at AXPONA? Pics from the JTR thread looked very cool.
Archaea will answer soon, but yes he did. Here is a thread on his post.

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I would love to go to one of these some day. By the way Archaea's theater and a lot of the others as well are a lot of fun to experience and a must see.
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I would love to go to one of these some day. By the way Archaea's theater and a lot of the others as well are a lot of fun to experience and a must see.
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This has to be the busiest week ever for a geek/film buff/nfl fan/child of the 80's.

Wed - Cobra Kai season 2
Thu - Avengers Endgame
Thu-Sat - NFL Draft
Sun - The Battle of Winterfell.

And also for me - @desertdome will be calibrating my projector on Saturday.
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This has to be the busiest week ever for a geek/film buff/nfl fan/child of the 80's.

Wed - Cobra Kai season 2
Thu - Avengers Endgame
Thu-Sat - NFL Draft
Sun - The Battle of Winterfell.

And also for me - @desertdome will be calibrating my projector on Saturday.
Sorry, I had to look up the last one. Not a Game of Thrones watcher. Not paying for HBO for just a few show to watch. We can barely keep up with what we watch now.

I am looking forward to the first two though. The NFL Draft I just check on my phone when I remember to do it or am channel surfing.

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This has to be the busiest week ever for a geek/film buff/nfl fan/child of the 80's.

Wed - Cobra Kai season 2
Thu - Avengers Endgame
Thu-Sat - NFL Draft
Sun - The Battle of Winterfell.

And also for me - @desertdome will be calibrating my projector on Saturday.
You forgot the biggest one... MK11 releases today!!!!!
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Not paying for HBO for just a few show to watch.
Not that it matters, but it's $15/month, and has some of the best shows of the past few decades. So at least if it's "just a few shows", they are top tier. There are also a decent selection of movies as well. In addition, you can stop anytime, so what I'm trying to say is GoT is worth it for a few months.
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Not that it matters, but it's $15/month, and has some of the best shows of the past few decades. So at least if it's "just a few shows", they are top tier. There are also a decent selection of movies as well. In addition, you can stop anytime, so what I'm trying to say is GoT is worth it for a few months.
I really need to sit down and figure out what my wife and I want to watch. We pay $170 for Google Fiber and about $95 of that is TV. We also have Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Hulu. Thinking about dropping Hulu. We don't watch much on it now. Only got it to finish some shows we lost when our Network box/DVR went out a few months ago. My mostly only watches things on Netflix and its is going up to $12.99.

We basically watch a lot of shows on the main four together. I like DIY shows, Motor Trend TV and Sports. The wife likes Hallmark, Lifetime and other channels that have the love story's she likes. We like a DVR, because it is easy to find what we want to watch and the wife doesn't have to go looking for what she wants to watch. If I could drop the TV part of GF that would save us a lot, but we would have to get CBS All Access and something else to be able to watch network shows when we want.

I just haven't figured out this cutting the cord thing yet. Wish you could set up you own programming and not get all the other crap with it.

I just added up what we would spend a year with HBO and it would be around $1700 to 1800 a year. A good chunk of that is GF. Any suggestions on cutting the cord?

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Not that it matters, but it's $15/month, and has some of the best shows of the past few decades. So at least if it's "just a few shows", they are top tier. There are also a decent selection of movies as well. In addition, you can stop anytime, so what I'm trying to say is GoT is worth it for a few months.


Yeah, I’d approach it like dedicating a few months to just having HBO and canceling the other stuff. It really isn’t that hard. 5 minutes updating subscription preferences. Then binge watch GOT, The Wire, Six Feet Under, and Veep. Then cancel in August and go back to the other streaming services. Bada boom, bada bing.


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I just added up what we would spend a year with HBO and it would be around $1700 to 1800 a year. A good chunk of that is GF. Any suggestions on cutting the cord?
I don't necessarily think that cord cutting is for everyone. But I agree with Chipies suggestion of dropping hulu for a couple months and adding hbo now. If nobody is watching anything on hulu, there isn't a reason to keep it around, or at least no reason to not take a break. All of the online services being contractless is one of the major benefits with their flexibility.

Cord cutting is a pretty major paradigm shift from "turning it on and browsing, and leaving something on" vs "it's time to watch <x>". I think it's worth it in general, but soon there will be the possibility of subscribing to so many services that you don't save vs cable. Even then, it's probably still wroth it for no commercials and on-demandy-ness of it though.

Technically speaking there are services that allow one to subscribe to a portion of cable via "packages". The two that come to mind are Sling and Playstation Vue. I think comcast direct or something has similar services as well. Never been something I've been interested in though, personally.
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I don't necessarily think that cord cutting is for everyone. But I agree with Chipies suggestion of dropping hulu for a couple months and adding hbo now. If nobody is watching anything on hulu, there isn't a reason to keep it around, or at least no reason to not take a break. All of the online services being contractless is one of the major benefits with their flexibility.

Cord cutting is a pretty major paradigm shift from "turning it on and browsing, and leaving something on" vs "it's time to watch <x>". I think it's worth it in general, but soon there will be the possibility of subscribing to so many services that you don't save vs cable. Even then, it's probably still wroth it for no commercials and on-demandy-ness of it though.

Technically speaking there are services that allow one to subscribe to a portion of cable via "packages". The two that come to mind are Sling and Playstation Vue. I think comcast direct or something has similar services as well. Never been something I've been interested in though, personally.
I have been thinking about getting NVIDIA SHIELD TV for my theater. I already have a Amazon Fire Cube on our living room to control most things and like it. I may get HBO for a short period and drop Hulu. I could then DVR GOT and other things to watch later.

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I may get HBO for a short period and drop Hulu. I could then DVR GOT and other things to watch later.
Get "HBO Now". You don't need to DVR. It has every season available already, and lets you watch the new episodes as they air.
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Get "HBO Now". You don't need to DVR. It has every season available already, and lets you watch the new episodes as they air.
The thing is I have only watched like 3 episodes of GOT. I do see there is a free trial for HBO Now and is $5 cheaper then getting it on GF. I paused Hulu for 12 weeks for right now. I need to get to talk to the wife about HBO Now first.

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Who’s going to Endgame and when?

This is a little heavy handed...but saw this on the Facebook home theater group.

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This is a little heavy handed...but saw this on the Facebook home theater group.



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We're going to Alamo Drafthouse at 6:00 pm on Sunday. I just installed the RunPee app to prepare.
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The app name is pretty self explanatory yet I am completely thrown that someone really came up with an app so simple, yet so transcendent.
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I’m so lazy that I wait til it comes out on Blu-ray so I can drink as much beer as I can and pause it when I need to cut weight.
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I'm with Doug. Everyone needs to pipe down until we finish it in 4ish months.
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I really liked, but did not LOVE it. One brief, but in your face, moment I absolutely hated (yes CM related). Otherwise, my issues mainly have to do with the plot device used, which raises issues in almost every movie that does something similar.

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I really liked, but did not LOVE it. One brief, but in your face, moment I absolutely hated (yes CM related). Otherwise, my issues mainly have to do with the plot device used, which raises issues in almost every movie that does something similar.

Rewound time and no one died?

I’ve not watched it yet and I’ve not read up on it, but I hold my suspicions.

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Rewound time and no one died?
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^ Not really much of a spoiler.

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I’ve not watched it yet and I’ve not read up on it, but I hold my suspicions.
Well we kind of knew that the snap has to be undone. After all Spider-Man: Far From Home and Black Panther 2 wouldn't do well with the plot consisting of 2hrs watching the breeze move a pile of dust around.
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