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  Reply # 1410531 21-Oct-2015 15:19
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my xbox 500gb filled up pretty quick, but i buy most games on demand.  I had to plug in a external usb3 hard drive for more games.  Too much a PITA to replace the internal hdd on an xbox one.

There is this, which is basically just a nice enclosure for a xbox one, which ill buy when released.

$50-$100 more I would buy a 1TB version, anything more than that I would get the 500GB, personally.

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  Reply # 1410632 21-Oct-2015 18:37
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To be fair, my XBox One is quite noisy and sometimes distracting when watching Blu-ray's and Hulu/Netflix...
If you want a streaming Blu-ray box, but an Oppo... if you can stomach the price, it is well regarded.

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  Reply # 1410694 21-Oct-2015 20:23
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Dunnersfella: To be fair, my XBox One is quite noisy and sometimes distracting when watching Blu-ray's and Hulu/Netflix...
If you want a streaming Blu-ray box, but an Oppo... if you can stomach the price, it is well regarded.


Really? Mine is near silent

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