Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, 29 Jun 2016.
Some New speakers to join my Arc, fortunately got at old prices
A couple of yokohamas for my old faithful fabia and 3 Hours parking at Harlyn bay for a fun bodyboard session, i like big gaps when i park
Bought a new camo clothing as grey and black in woods don't mix well lol
I don't think that will blend in well in an American High School.
Use your powers, he deserves a name change for that.
Good thing I don't live in America
Arrived an hour ago - a completely OTT and expensive battery charger lol! Supposed to also connect to a PC to log data but I haven't explored that yet.
So, if I was to call it SARS-CoV-2 then that would be wrong also?
New 18650 batteries and quick charger.
Depends exactly what you're referring to, SARS-CoV-2 is not the same as Covid-19, and the idiot term you used before is nothing.
I suggest you stop posting
Some cheap and cheerful fishing lures. These are actually a back up set to replace an identical set I currently use and have had lots of luck with. Absolutely perfect for perch in canals and I don't live in fear of losing them like I do with my rapalas.
Just out interest did you collect regular Blu-ray and DVDs before?
The way movie studios have managed to resell their content across so many different formats must have netted them a fortune. DVD becoming obsolete must sting though for those who had massive collections, I saw many a photo from people on here with book cases full.
Is there anything on the horizon to conceivably better 4K? Or are we more likely to see the demise of physical releases altogether in favour of online libraries?
Covid bickering has its own sub forum please use that thanks
HDR is the latest justification for new media - classics get remastered, new stuff gets re-released.
People who insist on top picture quality will always want physical media IMO, as a 4k HDR stream (even at high bitrate) is only ~20Mbps. Uncompressed HDR 4k blu-ray is over 100Mbps. This was true of DVD over broadcast TV, true of HD blu-ray over the streams of the era, etc.
So my Osprey rucksack of 25 years decided to finally give up the ghost, so I decided to replace it with:-
Another Osprey rucksack - a Kestrel 48. Not super lightweight but I wanted the features. I'm not a stick insect so I don't get hung up on grams.
Yep, nothing beats physical media. Funny though, so many people think SD is so poor but what they refer to is badly compressed online media. Once you check out a really good DVD, it's night and day.
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