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#1 OFFLINE   Rich

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Posted 30 December 2013 - 10:41 AM

I can't find the post that talked about this show, but I watched all six episodes over the weekend and it was good.  What I found really interesting is that the show is not streamed in Super HD.  I had been deleting shows from My List that weren't in Super HD and was surprised at how well my Sammy BD players (E6500, F7500) upscaled the show.  Invasion: Earth isn't even in plain old HD, which is 720p, but the Sammys upscaled the show very well.  Try that on a Roku and then you'll know why I don't use Rokus.  Or any other streaming boxes.  Upscaling is worth the extra money for a BD player, I think.

 

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