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Old 29-01-2014, 19:04   #1
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ReadyNas Duo to what?

I have a ReadyNas Duo (old but very reliable) that is to be the base for my home media, I have music and film on this but stored just as files.

Now what would be the best way to get the content from the NAS onto my screen, I have a Sony TV had had "some" success browsing direct from the TV to the NAS, however this is flakey and not all file formats can be read by the TV, I was thinking maybe an Apple TV and installing iTunes on the NAS, has anyone experience of this?

My only other requirement would be native apps for Netflix and Lovefilm, I am also thinking of pairing this with a YouView box so don't need anything to handle the recording of live TV extra.

Thanks in adavance
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