NW Alps Jeyer aka BozMember
This is as good a place to ask a random question as anywhere, so here goes. Im looking to buy a PS3, and like the idea of putting my MP3 music collection on to it. I would play it through my standard Hi-Fi amplifier. Is this an option, or is the sound quality poor?
I play an ipod through my Hi-Fi at the moment which sounds OK (to me)
TaPosted 7 years agojon1973Member
Isn’t the PS3 a DLNA client? If so you can stream your music from your home PC. This is what I do with my Sony BluRay player. Obviously your PS3 needs to be on your network and your PC needs to be on (unless you have NAS)
That’s what I do, but you do need a service like TVersity running on your PC. Works a treat.Posted 7 years ago
I use powerline adaptors rather than wireless. It is not faultless tho’. I have three main issues with it:
1. The majority of my video files are coming up as unsupported or corrupt, even though they are supported file types according to the documentation
2. Audio files are played in alphabetical order rather than track order
3. I can’t see how it supports playlists
I’ve not looked very hard into solutions to the above tho’Posted 7 years ago
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