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Why do you say they are apologists? I don't understand? Can you direct me to a link that has both video representations on a split screen and the reviewers discriminatory observations from an average viewing distance? I will not open that link up until both consoles are out. If people are going to google that topic, I want a fair representation of what each console can do by our AC members. Not, by what you and I can foresee of what games will look like in 5 years. Rdavidson, recently most new electronics cost well below manufacturing costs, of course I am alluding to the latest major gaming platforms of phones and tablets.The PS3 cost around $300 more, I believe, than it cost to make when it first came out. That is the version I have. Great machine except for that overheating problem, where it warped the board. That was why M$ did not put in a blu-ray, which was the major cost of the PS3 as well as backwards compatibility.
Understood, but what is "best" for you or "best" from a technological point of view are just 2 criteria for consideration. One of those criteria is important to others, the other probably not.........unless you give everyone free access to your system. Some people like Ford. Others like Chevy. Some people say cucumbers taste better pickled. Regardless of technological advantages in either camp, they both have their place and people will chose what is "best" for them. I'm personally going to wait a year or two before jumping into either system. Though (right now) I'd probably choose the PS4, I can see where maybe an Xbox One might be the "best" choice for my household especially since I have kids. My 4 year old loves the the Kinect. Not that he's a discerning consumer, but his enjoyment has a place in my personal decision. He could care less about the PS4's technology. He just wants to have fun and obviously he and I differ on our ideas of fun. But since I'm the adult (most of the time) I must consider what is "best" for him too. For the record, I bought a gen one 360 about a year after it launched because a good friend had a 360. I didn't have kids at the time and had plenty of time on my hands. The decision was pretty cut and dry for me. Prior to the 360(s) I owned a PS2 for many years. Like I said, I'm no fan boy either way. Like my 4 year old, at the end of the day, I think we all just want to have fun and I think it is great that there is more than one system to provide this.
Haven't tried it? If you want me to compare dac vs dac I will bust out my battery and optocoupler and do a head to head there. I would have to imagine the ps4 dac smoke s the ps3. It has to. Already better as just a transport.I've been using the marvelous Xda-2. That will change though.
Waiting for your serious review
Haven't tried it? If you want me to compare dac vs dac I will bust out my battery and optocoupler and do a head to head there. I would have to imagine the ps4 dac smoke s the ps3. It has to. Already better as just a transport.I've been using the marvelous Xda-2. That will change though.Edit: yes it has analogue support through the auxiliary output.
Music Unlimited. It sounds AMAZING. Listening to it right now and have no regrets selling my cdp. It's God's gift to music lovers.
What's your setup music unlimited to ps4 to????
Music Unlimted via ps4 through Emotiva X series optical cable to Emotiva Xda-2 with ASRC anti-jitter enabled, out to Ncore monoblocks via Emotiva X-series XLR cables, to Magnestand MMG's with Jupiter beeswax/Mundorf silver in oil crossovers and large scale diffusion in room.
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