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  Reply # 363621 5-Aug-2010 13:19 Send private message

Maybe this is what I am after.  Will have to check it out tonight at home...

http://mediacenterguides.com/node/92

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  Reply # 363653 5-Aug-2010 14:09 Send private message

Looks like a Jailbreak app to me...



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  Reply # 363737 5-Aug-2010 16:10 Send private message

JimmyC: Looks like a Jailbreak app to me...


I haven't looked at it closely, but from what I gather, it is a web based solution.  So no app install required on iApple device.

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  Reply # 363748 5-Aug-2010 16:21 Send private message

Satch:
JimmyC: Looks like a Jailbreak app to me...


I haven't looked at it closely, but from what I gather, it is a web based solution.  So no app install required on iApple device.


Ahh yes, quite right.

I stream from my office PC to Xbox in the lounge. That's all controlled via a Logitech Harmony One which works very well for me but this looks very good for PC based Media Centre.



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  Reply # 363753 5-Aug-2010 16:25 Send private message

I have my (dedicated) HTPC in my lounge connected directly to my TV for maximum performance.  I have an Xbox in the bedroom with a Harmony 525 as an extender only (it has never seen a game, and I haven't even unwrapped the controller for it).

I want an option to control my HTPC music mainly from my iPad (yes Rusty, to justify the purchase :p ).  Plus the same solution should work from my desktop PC upstairs too.  Here's hoping!

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