New advice regarding XMC-1 Atmos/DTS-X upgrade!!!!! Aug 17, 2018 13:31:49 GMT -5
Post by Bonzo on Aug 17, 2018 13:31:49 GMT -5
Nope, not misreading or deliberately doing anything to the contrary. See below.
No, no it's not. Your post more accurately implied that it's obvious that many/most people are not having problems. Not a few, not some, but many or most. If you had implied that it was "some" I wouldn't be having this conversation with you.
Plainly I’m not having any problems, which plainly means that not everyone is having problems. Which is what I posted.
If you read back through the posts in the 4K thread you will find that I’m not the only one who is plainly not having any problems. Is that plain enough for you?
I think we know for sure that many many people ordered it on day 1 with zero hesitation, or at least within the first week. I believe you were close to that also. That's not time to do any research. Research would require waiting at least a month to see how others are getting on. Some people here ordered it and have it in their house, but have yet to install it until they get the all clear alarm.
Maybe I credit XMC-1 owners with more market intelligence than you, that like me they did some research before they went out and ordered the 4K board.
Yes, but your wording makes it sound like you are "plainly" accurate. See below.
I did say that’s what it indicates to me, I don’t dispute that it may not indicate the same to you.
We agree we don't know. And for all we know it could be "99% having problems". You "plainly" can not say without any proof otherwise. We just don't know.
Maybe it is “99% worked out” for a number of us, how many I think we agree we don’t know.
This word "plainly" may be the translation problem. The gist of what you are saying is this, in one sentence: "Due to the very fast large scale purchasing of this new board (high popularity), the several people here who have posted saying they don't have any problems, and due to the obvious vast majority of owners remaining silent and not complaining (on this forum), it's completely obvious that Emotiva has very many happy problem free customers." If that is not what you are trying to say, then what you are trying to say is getting lost in translation, because that's how what you said originally translates. But if that is what you are trying to say, then once again, I say you are either inaccurate or premature making your assumption(s).
Just for emphasis, I only used the “plainly” descriptor to describe the fact that not everyone is having problems.
Yep. All good here.
We often have spirited debates and just as often we agree, but either way I come away with an understanding of your point of view, which is what forums are all about.
But on this one I'm done talking about it. I honestly feel like I'm talking to a brick wall here.
Just read this post below for the facts we do know, which translates into MANY people are still having issues.