|But since this is such a growth/upgrade oriented program, it's perhaps best to bite off smaller mouthfuls rather then try and ingest the whole thing at once.|
|Originally posted by Spizz|
Rick S. exactly. A lot of those options, such as sound formats, and component switching should be standard but having a choice I hope doesn't mean paying more(if that makes sense).
|After this post, I'm seriously thinking of a spot in the Diplomatic Corps.|
|Doing component right (we won't do it any other way) is expensive.|
|Component right to me is what my Denon AVC-A1SE (AVR-5800) already sports i.e. passing through HDTV without no loss in picture quality.|
|Originally posted by Kit_C|
I agree that the TAG business model is very consumer friendly, but speaking as a hardware engineer, it seems like a configuration management and regulatory nightmare.
With hundreds of possible hardware/software configurations, it would require exhaustive integration and verification testing to make sure that all configurations function as specified.
And then there is the issue of tracking each customer's configuration so that you can determine which customers are affected by recalls or bug fixes, should they be required in the future.
I think these are the types of issues that lead most companies to offer "one size fits all" products.
Hats of to TAG for the extra work that is required to build such a configurable product!
Originally posted by mag
Buzz I'm a little curious I read a post of you where you said that putting a tuner in the processor was not a good idea, and now you will?
is it DAB just or?
The current option is DAB. We are looking into am AM/FM as well.
It is not easy to implement, but if you see the way it is done, basically a component within a component, it is clear that great care was taken to ensure optimum performance for both the preamp and the tuner.
The only thing I have against Tag is that you are so close to MB, and I'm a BMW guy
Well, we used to be too!
I'm sure people wil find Mercedes even more interesting when the SLR comes out.