Originally Posted by JPeterman
Sure you can use a piece of hardware like the airport express, but is there a way to avoid this extra cost and send music via the network connection in the 3310. As the OP suggests, I'd think there would be some sort of third party software to do this. Any suggestions? I don't think the 3310 supports audio from the Mac natively but I could be wrong.
To clarify what RSTide said:
Its depends... if the music came from the iTunes store and is not in the iTunesPlus (DRM free) format then NO you have to buy an Airport Express/AppleTV
However if you ripped all your CDs into iTunes yourself then YES it should steam as is, all you just have to run a DLNA server of some kind (wiki article HERE
)on the same PC/Mac with iTunes.
Sorry I don't know Denon's interface so I don't know how you set it up... I just know its possible since the PS3 is a DLNA media player and I stream my ripped CDs from iTunes using EyeConnect (on my iMac) all the time.
AppleTV really has the best interface for doing this; it lets you do photos, music and videos. It supports any and all iTunes purchases.