N-Vi dead...again

Well, 5 times at Naim and now dead again (6 months since last time...). Quite boring. Is it worth to send it AGAIN or should I move forward?

Still have some DVD but really never plays them. Looking at Netflix and HBO, through n-Vi, Naim Accent, Kudos 10,  n-Sub, and some rear speakers. 

What should I do?

//Jonas

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Adam Meredith posted:
Jonas Olofsson posted:

Well, 5 times at Naim and now dead again (6 months since last time...). Quite boring. Is it worth to send it AGAIN or should I move forward?

Still have some DVD but really never plays them. Looking at Netflix and HBO, through n-Vi, Naim Accent, Kudos 10,  n-Sub, and some rear speakers. 

What should I do?

//Jonas

We are moving away from discs quicker than we realise.

 

Shh- some of us aren't & love spinning discs. Well, until streaming picture & sound quality can match Blu-ray at least...

I tend to buy a limited number of 4K Blu-ray Discs to play on my Oppo 203, but also rent/purchase quite a few on my US iTunes account to play back via my Apple TV. Not quite a match for the physical medium, but very watchable and far more convenient. Plus (in a rare act of generosity from Apple) most of the movies I previously purchased in HD, were automatically upgraded to 4K with the introduction of their UHD player. 

GregWPGibbs posted:

I tend to buy a limited number of 4K Blu-ray Discs to play on my Oppo 203, but also rent/purchase quite a few on my US iTunes account to play back via my Apple TV. Not quite a match for the physical medium, but very watchable and far more convenient. Plus (in a rare act of generosity from Apple) most of the movies I previously purchased in HD, were automatically upgraded to 4K with the introduction of their UHD player. 

I've just set up both and run with both options. If you after the best sound though, Blu-ray disks are another league altogether than an iTunes 4K steam. I've tried Roger Waters The Wall in both mediums and the sound difference is night and day. Have fun!

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