Mark12547 wrote:mkiker2089 wrote:I haven't had any luck with Example Short in weeks. When it does play it doesn't ramp up in quality. I think it's become too popular. I'm kind of surprised the haven't pulled it even.
I bet Netflix doesn't have to pay rental on it!
njweb wrote:I think there are different versions of that clip that behave differently. Or they changed it (from an audio perspective) since I now get high-pitched test tones (in some versions of Example Short).
Even different streaming devices seem to act differently in terms of displaying the bitrate of not displaying it and in terms of playing the test tones or no audio / other audio.
villandra wrote:NO ANALOG OUTPUT FROM ROKU 3? You'll fix that, or you'll sell Roku 3's never! Certainly not to me, because I've ABSOLUTELY NO PLANS to buy a non-analog TV set. I get cable TV. I have a government program digital adapter, should I ever be obliged to get reception from an antenna. All my TV's are older, and guess what, Roku. THEY'RE GOING TO STAY THAT WAY.
Half the people I know who HAVE Roku's specifically want nothing to do with the fancier aspects of the digital age; none of that Cable TV, none of that AT&T, none of that NOTHING. Give us a 20 year old TV, public TV, and antenna, and a Roku; , and we're all as happy as clams. Want to keep us for customers, KEEP ANALOG OUTPUT!
You must have clean fallen off Planet Earth.
thetick wrote:Considering no one can buy a new analog TV. I think it's a good to choice to remove analog output to keep the roku3 price down. You can also buy a Roku2 now which is also 18+ years newer than your TV.
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