Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Ronin, Mar 18, 2021.
Pretty sure this is just like the deal they made with Youtube TV. I really don't think it means it is exclusive to HULU - just that it will now be available on it.
Suns fans need streaming options as well. I heard something might happen in 2022 but it's all too vague.
This is my interpretation as well. I have Sling tv and they already have nfl network and redzone. I don’t think the Hulu deal changes anything with the other providers.
I'm pretty sure that would not be an obstacle for Prime to deliver service to bars. All they would have to do is change the limits on how many devices a bar could stream to at once and just charge them a different fee for doing so. All it would take is changing the number of MAC addresses are allowed to stream off the service if I'm not mistaken.
I am fairly certain bars could just use hdmi splitters to solve this problem, however let’s be honest: Internet consistency is a much bigger concern here. Satellite and hard cable is still the best method to ensure you don’t have furious patrons when everyone logs on to stream the same playoff game.
Why would I want to go from a 4k av/matrix with rs232 communication to all devices and a full bar touchscreen remote that any staff member can handle back to the stone age?
Here ya go, here's 40 individual remotes back bartenders!
Hey, and you patrons that use tunity to listen to your game with headphones, enjoy the new audio sync issue as well.
controlling the system is the issue.
From a bar owners perspective with 20+ screens you are absolutely correct.
This is going to be a nightmare of source/sink control.
I don't want to go from this control back to the stone age. Too cumbersome and I'll just drop sundayticket
HDMI splitters only share the same source across multiple televisions. I wouldn't want televisions locked to the same signal.
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