Dish has the most elegant offering and best DVR. If you can't afford it then good luck elsewhere
and untrue things about streaming Live TV services--The Hopper 3 is one of the slickest pieces of technology in my life. It gives you the ability to move around seemlessly with zero issues. Cord cutters have no alternative to that
I believe this thread was created just to bash streaming, if he was so happy with Dish ( based on past posts) why try out Hulu Live.And you have no DVR or guide
A conspiracy theorist. All things equal Dish is the best solution but at 65.00 difference per month it's worth looking intoIf you guys read back on the OP‘s past posts, he has bashed cord cutting before and acts like the Hopper 3 and Dish is the best thing ever.
and untrue things about streaming Live TV services--
I believe this thread was created just to bash streaming, if he was so happy with Dish ( based on past posts) why try out Hulu Live.
The AirTV mini has a Guide button, so it's half way there. It is rather expensive at $80 though. (Being a Dish made device probably means the button only works for Sling too, I don't have one to test)The biggest stumbling block for my cutting my the cord is the remotes for Chromecast w/Google TV and Roku. If either of them added TWO BUTTONS to their remotes (DVR and GUIDE), I’d likely drop my service tomorrow. They could even just allow third party remotes to work with their systems, with said buttons.
I know it seems petty and small, but that’s where we are. I need quick, EASY access to the recordings and guide. Then I’d get wife approval. I’ve tried all the LIVE TV services, and all require multiple button presses to either of these things.
I'm just telling my experience. My TV is top of the line and calibrated. The picture is often jaw dropping. Dish looks fabulous. Amazon, Netflix both look fabulous. I have not adjusted any of the TV input settings to accommodate them. I signed up for the Hulu trial and the picture was total garbage. Not a little off or slightly different but total crap. That's my experienceWhile a service may play with compression and bit-rate, I can't see any service messing with the signal itself which is what would be necessary to change color saturation and what not.
Yeah, after looking it up I see that, and it doesnt have Hulu.The Hopper has Netflix and Amazon Prime Video apps.
I also have the X900H. Regarding the original question/comment, each input has to be adjusted separately and if you did by chance select "vivid" it will look about like described.Have you gone through the Calibration settings? Which model Sony do you have?
Although with these Sony's they're pretty good out of the box.
I don't use Hulu but I do other apps and they look spectacular.
Here are the settings for the Sony X900H/X90H