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Any BD Players support Windows Media Center Connectivity?


Do any stand alone BD Players support connecting up to a Media Center PC to stream videos?


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Any BD Players support Windows Media Center Connectivity?


Do any stand alone BD Players support connecting up to a Media Center PC to stream videos?


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Doesn't that provide a DLNA server? Several Blu-ray players act as DLNA clients.


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The Oppo BDP-83 and 83SE work with Windows Media Center or Media Player.
 

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Looks like Sony has some inexpensive DNLA players.. THANKS for the idea!

If you're referring to Sony's new Blu-ray players (370, 470 and 570), DLNA will not be active on those devices until there's a firmware update in July.


From Sony's site..

"Requires home network and DLNA enabled device (such as a PC). Firmware update required for DLNA functionality (available July 2010)."



I'd recommend the LG BD570 and Samsung BDC6500 (both wifi) or the Samsung BDC5500 (not wifi)..
 
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