Are there any T-Mobile users in the East Bay Area (California) that can give me their opinion as to the network strength? Trying to see if we can switch over due to ridiculously lower prices than ATT for a family of four. Thanks!
Hey everyone, I'm about to upgrade to a SSD on my windows 8.1 pro laptop. Discovered that it's nearly impossible to create a disk image and load it to the new drive, so going to clone the disk when my cable comes in. Any idea about this picture? What are all these partitions for? What's with nearly half of the drive unallocated? Thanks!
Hey guys, have a question My parents recently purchased a Panasonic LED HDTV and a Sony STR-DN1030. At the same time, Frys was selling the ONKYO NR-TX616 for $30 dollars cheaper. Between the two receivers I know that the ONKYO unit has better future support for 4K, but other than that, should I push them to return the Sony receiver and pick up the ONKYO? Or will the Sony unit serve them fine? Thanks!
When I sold audio/video, the store I worked for sold Sony and Sony ES. I was never a big fan of either as they had a sound I considered to be too bright for my taste and I watched a clearly disproportionate number of the Sony receivers (including the ES receivers) used in the store develop issues requiring repair. Sony makes many great products but I believe receivers are not their strong suit. I believe Onkyo makes a better quality receiver that will sound a bit better and last longer with fewer repairs. With a $30 savings in view I would personally make the switch.
Comparing shipping weights is admittedly an unsophisticated way to evaluate products but I have found that the lighter products are usually lighter on quality. The shipping weight of the Onkyo is four pounds greater than the Sony.
The superior, future support for 4K will likely not be an issue for your parents but it is still one more point in the Onkyo's favor.