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  1. We are doing a one month free trial, and I think we are undecided about whether or not we will purchase it. The original plan was to drop cable and use Netflix. But we 'live streamed' it through the Wii to the TV last night for the first time, and it didn't work perfectly. The first movie we picked didn't work at all. The second one worked better, but still stopped to 'retrieve' a few times. And then my husband tried the first movie again, and it worked better (was this b/c I put a complaint in online? Do they 'fix' it somehow?) When we started having these problems with the streaming, I started reading internet articles about how 'crooked' Netflix is. One particular guy said that regardless of which plan you choose and how much money you pay, they will only send you 6 DVDS per month. If you have had Netflix, do you think that is true? He also said that they 'bottleneck' their movie downloads so that they download slowly. So, if you have or have had Netflix, was a it a good or bad experience? TIA! Jess
  2. What kind of TV streaming of current shows do you get with Netflix? Are you Netflix subscribers happy with the TV sreaming? We're thinking of dropping our basic cable and go with an HD antenna and Netflix.
  3. How many of you have decided to get rid of cable? We have made the decision (after two years) to get rid of cable and utilize the library, Netflix, Hulu, etc. It just is taking too much of our budget and we only watch two or three channels. It's really silly, but we are kind of nervous over it. I know I will get used to it, but we are really going to miss our sports!!!! Tv has become such a time waster for us and we are looking forward to more time doing other things. I'm excited for the challenge.
  4. I did some transcribing for the company dh works for, and used the money to buy a Roku player. I am impressed! I feel like my Netflix membership is SUCH a huge bargain now! So many movies, old TV shows, documentaries, etc., are available. I loaded up our instant queue already. It took us minutes to set it up, and works beautifully. By the way, my dh noticed on the Netflix website that sometime "this spring", there will be software available so that the Wii will also stream Netflix movies. We went ahead and bought the Roku HD player, because we have an HD TV, and apparently (according to dh), the Wii won't be able to stream in HD. But if you already have a Netflix membership and a Wii, sign up for the software to be sent out when it's ready. Wendi
  5. Ok. I think I've decided I need the Roku. But, for those of you who have it, can you comment about the other channels that come with it? We don't really want to go back to all the junk programming we had with cable. Are these other channels "family friendly"? Also, before I make my final decision, one thing we are missing a great deal is the ability to pause and record programming. Is there a different box out there that does everything the Roku does, but also will allow us to record and pause local programming? Does the Tivo do both (stream Netflix and Amazon as well as record unpaid programming) effectively? TIA!
  6. Amazon has something called Video on Demand. You may already know about it (I'm new to all of this since relinquishing cable, and I'm a bit out of the loop), but if you didn't, it has more choices than Netflix and works like pay-per-view. Just FYI :). ETA Also, I just read an article that stated Netflix will be able to be streamed through the Wii console by spring 2010. I guess they will be mailing out a disk in the following months so you can set it up.
  7. If any of you use TiVo, can you tell me the pros & cons? We're considering this for our home. TIA! :)
  8. Background - my sil gifted my dh and I with some choices. Basically, she provided us with a $200 best buy card and $200 cash. Her intent was to get us a TIVO (came from Best Buy) and half of the subscription fee to go with it. The main thought on this was we could continue to have our dvr that we rent from the cable company and stream Netflix. Well, I read many bad reviews of TIVO. We were also concerned that the recording capacity for HD was half of what we have with our standard cable dvr. So, we returned that with her and got the gift card to BB. Then she gave me $200. Now, we have to figure out what exactly would be good for us. I am having a very hard time because - for me - that is - A LOT OF MONEY!!! I would never spend $400 for this. Here are what I think our choices are - if you can think of more - please chime in... Blue Ray DVD player that has wireless dongle - about $250. - seems like a good option, but my sil points out for $50 more you can get the playstation with more stuff. Playstation 3 - $299 - have a hard time paying this much money when I don't really care about the games. Oldest ds in Alaska likes the idea of being able to game online with siblings. Box you can buy from Netflix for about $100 - IF we were doing this on our own - no gift involved - this probably would have been our choice. Think sil might say we were wasting $100 that we should put towards higher technology. Do you have netflix streaming and what works for you? What do you think the best option is?
  9. I'm considering getting this for DH for Christmas, but I have a couple of questions. Can we copy our current DVDs onto the Apple TV? If so, how do you do this? Can it be used without the internet connection? DH does not think it can do either of these things, but a friend has one and says it can. (her DH handles all that, though, so I'm not positive she's right) I cannot find any info online about these two things. It just talks about downloading movies for purchase or rental from iTunes and that's not what we would want it for.
  10. We gave up cable 5 years ago and haven't missed it. For those of you on the edge of giving it up, here's an article on your life without it... http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/10/technology/personaltech/10basics.html?partner=yahoofinance
  11. I'm tired of the box. There are many thought provoking shows but so so many time wasting, mind numbing things that I end of watching as well. The kids rarely watch live television and we use Discovery Education Streaming now. So... it is time that I spend my free time...being FREE! I'm already dreaming of all the time I'll be reading and doing those things I haven't been doing instead of watching the tube. Anyone want to join me? :D Julie in Monterey
  12. We cancelled our service. I am really going to miss TV. But with dh's pay cut, medical bills, and ever increasing demands on our wallet, it was time to plug the holes. :crying: I really love TV. Gotta pay for ds's braces somehow.:glare::001_unsure:
  13. I just realized that we have been without cable TV for over two months now and it hasn't even fazed us! We have always had cable but when we got to Malaysia we decided to skip it as an experiment, Two months later I realized that my kids haven't asked for it one single time and dh and I didn't even notice. Woo Hoo! To be fair, we do HAVE a TV and we have watched a couple of movies since we got here. But I was nervous to get rid of it and now I have no idea why. ??
  14. Okay, DH called our local provider yesterday. We are unplugged as of Monday morning at 12:01 am. I'm truly excited. Plus, we saved $75 a month just on TV! We're going to get a digital antenna and only receive free digital broadcast stations. We doubt we'll watch much, anyway, but we do want access to PBS and local news stations. We're pretty happy. We've been mulling this for months, and finally just bit the bullet. Thanks for the encouragement in the previous post about this a month or so ago.
  15. What are your thoughts on the new commercial that was before the Harry Potter movie?
  16. We have been majorly cutting expenses, but dh and I were talking tonight about things like cable, cell phones, utilities, etc. and wondering if we couldn't cut even more. What is your experience with these types of companies, and will they reduce fees to keep your business (i.e. cable/cell phones). Our cable is with Cox, our electric is APS, our cells are Verizon. The only thing I know electric will do is equalizer, but I mention it in case I'm wrong about that. :lurk5:
  17. I have an older 27" basic tv. I would love to connect my laptop somehow to the tv for Watch it now Netflix movies. I googled how to set it up and came across this site. Is it really this complicated? http://www.hackingnetflix.com/2008/01/connecting-a-co.html Is there a simple cable I can buy at BestBuy? Monitor cable? And instructions for a non-techie would be great! Thanks!!
  18. Hey- We're almost ready to pull the cable TV plug. But (how sad is this) we are thinking that it would be nice to be able to watch *some* of our favorite shows still. Like we love Law & Order reruns, Man vs. Wild (Ingrid's favorite show is the "Mr. Bear" show), etc. Anyone have a Roku Netflix player for watching Netflix instantly? This is my question...can you also watch shows that are broadcast on the internet, like on Hulu.com on your TV? It has wi-fi, so I wasn't sure if it could tie into the internet for surfing on your TV. The Roku site is unclear on this point... Anyone know of a product that lets you use your TV to surf the net?
  19. Even though I have never been a big t.v. watcher it's kind of unnerving to turn on the t.v. and have a snowy screen. I think this will be a positive change in our family but like all things I know there'll be an adjustment period. Fortunately the weather is awesome so I know we won't miss it this week. (Maybe during the long winter months but hopefully by then we'll have established new entertainment patterns.) On the bright side we're saving money and probably saving our brains. :001_smile:
  20. Ok, we are discontinuing our cable very soon and have subscribed to Netflix on free trial. We have been spending enough on movie rentals per month to more than cover the cost. Anyway, I put 6 movies in my quequ yesterday but haven't gotten anything telling me that anything has been sent. I did this early in the morning so figured I would get an email confirmation or something. How do you know if they have sent you anything?
  21. We got rid of our landline phone today too! And my husband just took our Expedition to the dealer to trade it in for a small economy car. So right now we have no vehicle that fits the entire family! But my van is still big enough for me and the kids. Hopefully, we'll be able to save enough to buy a full sized van before the new baby arrives in August. All this to get out of the debt we've incurred over the past three years of small business ownership. Plus, now that I'm incurring lots of medical bills due to cancer treatment, hoping to offset it a little bit. In a strange way, I find these money saving lifestyle changes sort of challenging and freeing.
  22. I know many of you here have lived without cable and even without a tv. But it will be a big adjustment for our family. We don't even watch that much tv, but we do rely on DVR for recording our favorite shows like American Idol and Extreme Makeover. My husband and boys also watch a lot of playoff hockey this time of year. It's also nice to watch sports in half the time by fastforwarding through commercials. Anyway, if there are any tips on how to help our family adjust, I'd appreciate it. I'm excited about all the money we'll save and be able to put toward my kids private school next year. Still, I'll miss my Fox News and TLC channels.
  23. I just bought a new DVD so I'm not very interested in buying another one. We have PS2, not XBox. I was looking at their $99 box and wondering if that is the only place you can get one and if anyone has one they are willing to give a review for or against?
  24. I am considering shutting the cable off and going with Netflix. There's a streaming box that makes it possible to select a movie on the site and have it go directly to your tv. I have a couple of concerns. First of all, my tv is several years old. The people who make the box say it will hook up to any tv, but I am uneasy. Also, I have verizon dsl. It's not a wireless setup (I don't want the kiddo to have access to the internet while I'm away, doncha know). If we hook up a router box to the computer, will verizon think we're trying to connect more than one computer to the internet? I am wondering if you all have had any experience with this. Is it worth it to you? We can't have satellite here in our condo, and I want to move toward more purposeful watching instead of sitting in front of mindless cable shows that aren't worth the $65 per month we have to fork out. Thanks all, Maria :001_smile:
  25. We live in a rural area and only get 3 channels to begin with (no cable, only antenna). When we hooked up our digital box, we now only get 1 channel. I thought we were going to get more channels with digital TV. Is anyone else having trouble? What is your experience?
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