Hi there all!
I have a Soundbridge M2000 on order, but I'm having second thoughts. But I like the look of the Photobridge...here's my problem...
At the moment, music is my main concern. I've got my library in reasonable shape - mostly WMA lossless, with some WMA 192K and MP3 128K stuff.
Some quick questions to you experts out there:
1) Assuming I use the digital output, would there be any difference in sound quality between the two devices?
2) I like the idea of using a TV (I'm in the UK, so it's PAL not NTSC) to navigate around my music library - more lines to see at once, better than 4 lines on the M2000. Is it really this simple? any drawbacks over an M2000?
3) Why would I buy an M2000 over a Photobridge, if I'm using digital out anyway??? don't need the on-board DAC, as I'll use my Denon 2805 Amp? The photobridge seems to offer loads more, in terms of other media streaming and pics...
4) I understand WMA lossless / WMA is not yet supported on the photobridge - when will this be implemented?
Help me please - I'm very CONFUSED!!!! Just want to know what I'll loose out on if I take the photo over the sound model.