Yep, this is the nonsense from the EU that I have never liked. No need for it.I've just been on to Sky and dumped Netflix, Sports and Movies. The rest of Sky may not be far behind as they rely on on-demand for a lot of content. I only wanted the Ultra HD stuff anyway. So, so pleased I have my disc collection. Just when I thought things were going online, things like this happen to remind you that things like broadband provision are not a given. As for the EU, I voted to Remain. Now, I cannot wait to get out. There's no broadband capacity issue. Even if there was, going back to physical media will save capacity.
LOL - The Expanse looks fantastic in 4K on Amazon Prime. We have the first three seasons on iTunes and though they look great on the ATV, when instead we stream the Amazon Prime versions, the uptick is very noticeable.I wouldn't spot it on Netflix anyway. It is so bloody dark. I haven't seen a good 4K stream on Amazon yet. Hunters looks awful.
Edit: I may have to look at the settings on my TeeVee...
Yep, no wonder they all jumped at this - Look good in the eyes of Joe Public & the EU, AND save money! A Company's dream!1st world problems I know, but this is 100% pathetic.
Nothing more than appealing to the EU to gain favour. most major ISP's have said they are way WAY under the limit. Think BT have already said they have double the headroom left at the peak usage so far. Add that the UK is not exactly leading the broadband world, I can only imagine the rest of the EU is in even better situation.
I mean ONE phone call from an EU MP glory hunter. Crazy and as I said, conforming to do this is nothing but scratching the EU's back and to save money.
Never watched The Expanse. I'll give it a go.LOL - The Expanse looks fantastic in 4K on Amazon Prime. We have the first three seasons on iTunes and though they look great on the ATV, when instead we stream the Amazon Prime versions, the uptick is very noticeable.
Yep, I'd definitely check your TV settings!
Not watched it yet, but I powered up the set & started it & grabbed a couple of snaps on my phone, but it's bright & the detail is great as far as I see.
I don't use Netflix or Amazon,Youtube etc, just Nowtv which is so poor i have use the lan cable to the tv otherwiose it goes blurry, i have 35mb broadband from Shell energy- basically Talk Talk, i get around 27mbs on wifi, i had similar problems the other day, so i rebooted the router & that did the trick- i'm still using Vodafone's routerJust checked our broadband speed at 0750 hrs on Sunday morning and nothing in the house is using the internet. We have TalkTalk's 78 mb/s service which has always been good. Today it's 14mb/s for downloads and 9mb/s for uploads. Needless to say that will impact on the quality of streaming.