Looking for a AV receiver with wifi
by pubeditions - 7/27/09 1:42 AM
Ive a computer with wireless internet and Ive a wireless network setup at home. All my media is stored at my computer hard drives (internal and external).
In the living room Ive a HD tv, a Xbox (which I use mainly for blueray movies and seldom some games).
I want to setup a home theater system but want to have access wireless to all the media in the computer.
Now I had been doing it with the psp3 but the system still not very stable.
I thought on buying a Denon AV Receiver (its the only one with WIFI I saw until now) so I could connect the psp3 to it, and all the other media (like cd player, dvd player, etc) and from the Denon connect it to the TV thru HDMI cable being this the only connection to the tv.
This way I could have access to all the media wireless in the computer and play it in the TV thru the Denon receiver.
Also, with the Denon receiver I would be able to play (stream or from the dvd/psp3) music without having the tv on.
So the Denon would work like the main hub between the pc (streaming wirelessly), the psp3 (for games and blueray media), the dvd/cd player and the TV. Being all controlled at the receiver. With the advantage of being able to listen to music/sound without having the tv on.
The problem is I really dont like Denon had some bad experiences before with the brand and the investment is too big for something I really dont like.
So I would like to find another solution to solve this.
I been looking but seems no other brand of hifi offer this kind of receivers Many offer AV receivers but none with wifi access, which is essential to access my wireless network at home.
Another requisite I need is to have just 1 remote to do that apart from the tv remote universal remotes often do the trickbut I better avoid it and use a AV receiver with remoteso will be just 2 remotes (AV receiver and TV)
The point is I just want 1 box and 1 tv in the living room and 1 remote to each all the other stuff would be in different rooms and the psp3 will be tucked in a drawer to use when necessary only want to keep the space free of cables and accessories
Anyone has any ideas specially if can show it in graphic for better understanding