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Old 20-07-2011
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I want to purchase a new media streamer but I donít know that which brand and from where I should purchase the Media Streamer. The specification I want in the media streamer is that it should be having the highest audiophile quality possible. And I think that this should be like the hard drive combo the best and it should have a plan to rip the FLAC files. I was thinking of the HD Duo but I am little bit confused that is there any streamer that is better than the HD Duo. Please help me in solving the problem. Thanking all in advanced foe helping me and giving me the suggestions.

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Re: Suggestions for a good Media Streamer

You made a wise choice. The dune is your best bet for a streamer. If you are trying to use the Exact Audio Copy of the tool to copy CDs and labeling of the resulting FLAC files then I think that you should get the beta version of music nicer to create the necessary files to use Dune Cover Art and metadata to create an interface index cool music jukebox. As far as I know that the ripping of the CS you should try to use the Fairstars CD Ripper.
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The Dune has a very basic native user interface for browsing and launching your music. It does have a very open, easy system to modify and extend however. RG was probably referring to software that can create the necessary files to accompany your music to make the Dune user interface appear as a coherent, user friendly, graphical music jukebox interface.
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I think you're making a good choice. I also like to use FLAC files when listening to music. IPods are great, but not my choice when listening to music through a couple thousand dollars of the speakers. I'm starting to look at the jukebox music players for my Dune. I currently play FLAC files through my Pioneer Elite receiver. However, this is somewhat cumbersome and difficult to navigate. So far this CD copy, you may want to try Fairstars CD Ripper.
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I think we should go with the XDS Roku and think it will get the Roku XDS with the lowest prices. One of the most accessible in Internet broadcasting solutions for the media there. It offers the best return on investment, but if you are also looking to play games, watch Blu-ray or media files over home network, you'll want to keep reading for more versatile options. And I think the Roku device is the most accessible media streaming.
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The WD TV, which emphasized in our familiar assume Media Streamers. This slim line, stylish unit was composed to connect to a TV and play back music, photograph and motion picture documents from joined space, but needed the streaming capacities and HD underpin of more flexible (and unreasonable) opponents. Floated by the progress of the WD TV, Western Digital is again with the WD TV Live, which locations the above issues by offering full-HD, 1080p playback via a HDMI 1.3 port, and the capability to stream records opposite a wired or satellite lattice.
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I think that you can also go with the LG BD670: Best Wi-Fi Blu-ray player. There are countless Blu-beam players that proposition access to a few digital streaming utilities (Netflix, Pandora, and YouTube being the most exceptionally regular), as well as the sort of disc playback you won't spot on devoted boxes similar to the Roku or Apple TV. For 2011, our top decision for on the net utilities (because of a late firmware upgrade) is the LG BD670, which incorporates fabricated-in Wi-Fi and 3D Blu-ray support.
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