Just settling a disagreement.
There is this guy on the internet who says most of his customers who buy an Oppo Blu Ray player ($600-$1900) are families with (small) kids on an average income. They like the extra snazzy bits like dimming the lights for you, showing what disk is in the tray, etc. Opening the tray and looking for yourself, is sooooo 2010
He claims that there are lots and lots of families that buy expensive players.
Is this true? Do you have one hat costs more than $600?
Anyway, I wonder how many normal Aussie families with low and middle incomes can actually afford a $600 + Blu Ray player.
If you CAN afford it, would you buy it because of all these snazzy extra's like automatically dimming your lights and showing you what disk is in the tray (MP3, DVD, Blu Ray, etc)?
I know that if I could afford one, I still wouldn't get one. I have a 2 year old who's rather destructive Yes you can train your kids, but still. I can dim the lights myself and save the extra $400,- on Christmas pressies or something
So how much did YOUR Blu Ray player cost? If you bought one over $600,- what was your main reason? Luxury? Quality? Because you can? Something else?