[mythtv-users] Appliances?

Shanon Mulley shanonmulleyster at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 10:43:44 UTC 2007

Jan - have you tried this yet?

I'm looking into this too - tossing up between making a xbox media
centre (will have to buy an xbox/etc to do that), or just buy this (or
something similar).

I have found this resource: http://www.ozcableguy.com/dsm320.html . It
doesnt actually say if it works with mythtv - but it does say it has
problems with certain codecs - he had to re-code some stuff for it to
work. But I cant find any information if it works with mythtv for
watching recorded shows.

On 1/1/07, Henry A Harper III <hah at alumni.rice.edu> wrote:
> >If i understand things correctly, i could use a uPnP appliance
> >such as a DSM-320 to watch recordings.
> >
> >But does it actually _work_? J
> I don't know about the DSM-320 specifically, but I can use my iodata
> LinkPlayer2 to both watch HDTV recordings and play music from my recent SVN
> FE/BE - although I only get success with "browse all" for both, the
> genre/hierarchical sort options show the right categories but don't actually
> show items within the categories. I think the LinkPlayer2 is still $250, for
> HD over component output, still the cheapest HD-capable device I've
> purchased.
> I'm excited to read about the uPnP work going on for Xbox360, although my
> Xbox360 is hooked to my only HD display along with the LinkPlayer2 and my
> mythtv box so *I* would probably be using mythfrontend more than anything
> else for myth-hosted content. Unless/until I get another HD display...
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