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  Reply # 73150 1-Jun-2007 15:33
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D-Link DSM-320

I remember reading a discussion about these here.

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  Reply # 74323 11-Jun-2007 20:02
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and dont forget to have too many power points, I think i can say for every one there is never enough to go around. Although there are different schools of thought about wifi, if I were in your position I would have a good appropriate type of antenna installed into the house structure. Even if you never use it, at least you know its possible.


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  Reply # 74942 17-Jun-2007 13:37
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Has anyone had a play with the Sonos systems?
THe remote is incredible, and whilst the system is probably on the pricey side, the ability to literally grab music from any source (especially from a NAS etc) is ideal.

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  Reply # 74943 17-Jun-2007 13:43
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I had the first model D-Link DSM-320. Like my other D-Link experiences, I wouldn't go there again - even though it seems it is now a more polished product, compatible with a variety of media servers. But now there are other options in the market.

As for the Sonos, great device - I had one here for a couple of weeks last year. The remote control is an incredible experience, and it's really easy to use. If it wasn't so expensive...

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