Official OPPO BDP-105 Owner's Thread
^ The iOS apps act as a UPnP control point, providing a graphical user interface (a GUI). They look for available DLNA media renderers (i.e. your Oppo player, smart tv, your iPad/iPhone, etc.) to "push" media files to via your home network. They also look for available DLNA media servers running on your network, which allows the apps to access your network media library and provides the interface to "push" media files to your available media renderers. There are quite a few available UPnP ios apps to choose from. Some are free, while others you'll have to pay for. If you have JRiver running on your Mac, you can use the ios app provided by them(JRemote). I like to keep my home computer off (and my tv) while listening to my audio. The JRiver server needs to run on your pc, so I have been using a DLNA media server provided by my Synology NAS. I can use Synology's ios app, DS Audio, or I use a couple others (8player, CS5). It's your choice....some UPnP apps are more robust than others, while some are limited in their ability to push specific file types (.dsf, .dff, etc.) to a capable renderer.
Last edited by DanF8500; 07-07-2014 at 08:52 AM.