I may have missed it, but I don't recall that -- the OP -- has expressed curiosity anywhere in this thread or others about "what music majority of primary streamers listen to and some insight into their systems and setup."Hi Blackmore,
I started this thread to discuss streaming and it's characteristics hoping to also hear from people who's primary isn't streaming because we don't participate in dedicated streaming threads as well as those who only stream, definitely not to compare formats or to see who's is bigger. What I'm interested in is what music majority of primary streamers listen to and some insight into their systems and setup. There's no hidden agenda nor am I interested in converting anyone. I picked this video thinking that the questions came from unknowns and Paul being a "digital guy" selling primarily to this market hoping people won't read into it something that's not there.
Thank you for participating,
Perhaps the thread's title (particularly given the past statements such as streaming being "crap") is not the most conducive way to start a constructive conversation?
Paul's video is definitely interesting as it presents one small view into the complex technical challenges that face music streaming and high fidelity. People like Emile Bok, and others, are pushing the tech with remarkable success. I think PYP's illustration of streaming being at an inflection point in a rapid growth state is probably true.
The tired "this is better/ that sucks" narrative is pretty boring and will always push buttons which then lead to bs back and forth forum attacks.