Making one is a bit too ambitious for me - I can change a Hard drive but thats about it.
Quote from: ngc1967 on 24 July, 2007, 07:31:38 PMMaking one is a bit too ambitious for me - I can change a Hard drive but thats about it.It ain't that hard. If you have enough money I'd go that route. You could even learn something.
The Western Digital TV products may also be worth looking at, and seem to be well supported too. <a href="http://www.wdtvlive.com/" target="_blank">http://www.wdtvlive.com/</a>
And then there's the simple matter of operating system and software installation
Quote from: Notat on 02 April, 2010, 08:39:59 AMAnd then there's the simple matter of operating system and software installation Operating system is easy. If you have a complete set of drivers, or if they are already in XP, then slam dunk!
The few reviews I have actually seen all tend to say that 'audio' isn't very well supported!
In short, your options will be much better and offer more flexability if you go the PC route.
Quote from: maggior on 07 April, 2010, 09:36:25 AMIn short, your options will be much better and offer more flexability if you go the PC route.Options and flexibility are not what mainstream users are looking for in a media player. What they're looking for is something that does what they want and nothing more. Although not all mainstream users want the same thing, there exists a whole class of mainstream users that want whatever Apple puts in front of them