After playing around for far too long with the slimserver software and softsqueeze, I finally ordered a SB3 last week.
I could go into all the features that I really like, and how easy it is too use etc., but the clincher for me is that instead of the wife moaning about another gadget, she is into it and hypnotized by the display as much as me - plus she can use it with no instruction from me! Finally, a gadget that's wife proof! Now if I can just get her to switch off the damn TV...
Well done to all at Slim, plus all those that give their time with plugins etc. This thing is great.
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2006-03-27, 12:40 #1
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2006-03-27, 12:56 #2Originally Posted by werock
2006-03-27, 13:28 #3
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- Sep 2005
- Kingston, Ontario
Location, location, location.....
Our TV has been relegated to the farthest corner of the house (miles from the fridge!), and only marginally comfortable furniture allowed. Suddenly, our living area is used for conversation, social time, listening to music via the SB, even (gasp!) reading! Amazing how little the TV gets turned on when you only venture to do so when there is something in particular you want to see. (as opposed to sitting there flicking and griping that nothing's on!) Not ideal for movie-watching, but they really are 2 different functions aren't they? Don't really need a 52" widescreen to watch Friends re-runs, do you?Wireless SB3, Denon DRA-F101, Mission M31 loudspeakers
WinXP SP2 Slimserver, SMC WBR14g router
2006-03-27, 13:52 #4Bill BurnsGuest
> werock Wrote:
>> Now if I can just get her to switch off the damn TV...
> If you get that one fixed, please tell us how. I got a wife and a
> daughter both equipped with instant-on television fingers. Walk into a
> room, TV goes on. Oddly enough, an asymettric feature. Walk out of the
> room, TV stays on.
Hook it up so it's only on when the treadmill is running. Works for me.
Long Island NY USA