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comment Why should I choose a DLNA NAS over a PC?
@Everett: I see some DLNA NAS devices provide smartphone apps. Generally, if I want to expand my streaming to other devices in the future, can a PC solution still handle that?
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comment Is 802.11g fast enough to stream DVD and Blu-ray ISOs?
Thanks for the additional, detailed information.
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comment Why should I choose a DLNA NAS over a PC?
So, you're saying that if I'm using a spare PC just for media streaming, then there's no point in purchasing a NAS since there'd be no other resource contention? And a DLNA NAS has no other advantages over a spare PC?
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comment Is 802.11g fast enough to stream DVD and Blu-ray ISOs?
I stand corrected; thanks again.
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comment Is 802.11g fast enough to stream DVD and Blu-ray ISOs?
FYI, according to Wikipedia, BluRays have a 4.5 MB/s read speed, which is about 36 Mbps. However, the Wikipedia article on 1080p states up to 40 mbps. Either way, I definitely concur with the need to account for overhead.
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comment Is 802.11g fast enough to stream DVD and Blu-ray ISOs?
Would either 100Mbps (not Gigabit) or 802.11n be sufficient for BluRay?
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