Originally Posted by koraldon /forum/post/16935089
Very disappointing -
I would expect WD to support the first product, and fix it - before coming out with a new one.
I will definitly not buy WD products until they fix their device, and will recommend to others to keep a distance from WD.
Originally Posted by [email protected] /forum/post/16935338
Looks like DTS 2.0 but no DD TrueHD logo on the case. That could mean they still use the same Sigma chip, that would be great for the firmware. So you can use it also on the WD TV revision 1 but that are speculations of course.
Originally Posted by toolman2k10 /forum/post/16935501
they rather receive money for a new device with "new and unique features" (that they got from us through the uservoice site) than giving us something back in return.....i hope im wrong. But the world works like that.
Originally Posted by Darknyt /forum/post/16936120
Whatever it is it looks like a big "Screw You" for us component guys again. No surprise, I suppose.
Originally Posted by candre23 /forum/post/16936443
Not only are they still omitting component, but they've dropped composite. Composite isn't great quality-wise, but it's universally compatible. With HDMI only, you can't just grab your WDTV and bring it with you anywhere and know it will work.
Not only are they still omitting component, but they've dropped composite.