Ever since Bluetooth and streaming became popular, people have been replacing their old stereo equipment with soundbars, AirPlay-speakers and all sorts of other convenient new devices. But while many of those are very nice, this creates an opportunity for music lovers to get great sound on the cheap. Here’s what I did.
Back in the days when the first DVD players were introduced, I was employed by Europe’s biggest audio-visual facilitator. So naturally, we dove right in, and I even worked on the menus for a few major movie releases. I remember being blown away by how hours of great image quality could fit onto such a small disc. But recently, those same discs have started to really annoy me. They scratch, they’re easy to misplace and they take up a lot of space if you’ve got many. That’s why I’d been looking at the latest generation of network media players. I got one this weekend for the person in my household who has the most DVDs, my six year old daughter :).
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