I've been to Joe concerts were all you heard was a booming muddy mess, I was fine hearing him play and sing.
That's the problem with those higher end surround sound, too many settings.
My old Samsung 3d Bluray 5.1 worked as expected.
Expected 2 channels out of 5.1 speakers and better than my TV , so I got exactly what I wanted, no fiddling and missing
Now in "rewind" maybe you can set up the way you like it
First of all, I don't stream. Satellite internet like HughesNet is not known for its streaming performance. You have your choice of trying to watch in high definition (1080p/720p) and eat up a ton of data with a lot of buffering or standard definition (480p or lower) and use less data that hopefully doesn't buffer as much, and have a picture that looks like crap on a large panel LCD tv. I was pleasently surprised when I was able to watch at 1080p with no buffering .... until intermission. After intermission there was continuous buffering every 30 seconds or so for about 10 seconds each time. Switching to 720p solved the problem. If I had to have gone lower, I would have shut it off. As it was, I used up 10GB of my monthly 50GB data allowance.
Secondly, there are several streaming services that transmit audio with Dolby Digital Plus and Atmos or at least 5.1 channels. To broadcast this performance in 2.0 PCM was ridiculous. Add to that the overall poor quality of the audio, extreme lack of bass, rolled off highs, and muddy mix, made the audio unlistenable for much of the show, even after I solved my initial audio problems. I have all of JB's Blu-Rays and the audio quality is worlds better than this broadcast was. If this is the mix that will be on the Blu-Ray, I won't waste my money. Add the videos that were played on the screen in the background and you have a very dreary presentation. People in 18th century clothing cavorting about? What appears to have been a cemetary? Come on. They made a depressing performance even worse. At least the brick wall after intermission could be ignored.
Thirdly, with the lack of audience sounds, this may as well have been a dress rehearsal. Speaking of dress, please go back to your suits, Joe. At least they are classy looking. The faux cowboy look is not you.
Bottom line, in my opinion, this was a very poor show. I'm glad I only lost $20 and a few hours of my life. I won't be watching it again on demand. I have the CD on pre-order and was planning on buying the Blu-Ray when it came out. Now I am not so sure.
I'm glad Joe was able to raise a lot of money for his charities. I am also glad that you and many others enjoyed the show. Unfortunately, I did not.