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       WDTV for music only, Using the MK 1 for music in hi-fi lounge
    Quelch
    post Mar 2 2011, 05:16 PM
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    I'm using a WDTV and WD external drive, connected to a Rotel amplifier and driving Mission Cyrus speakers plus powered sub woofer

    Using a small CRT TV for the WDTV to see the files (The TV I already had and couldn't give away, let alone sell )

    Audio out plugged into the amplifier

    Working well with good quality sound, it's like a mini jukebox and has a good WAF !

    AS the WDTV plays MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, AAC, FLAC, Dolby Digital, AIF and MKA. It has no problem with my collection of downloaded FLAC files

    You can here the difference between MP3 and FLAC and WAV files, I don't use many MP3 any more

    Using the older version WDTV for the Hi-Fi, I had an excuse to buy a WDTV Live for the TV lounge

    The WDTV media players are so good for so little money everyone who has a TV should have one, or two as in my case !
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    post Mar 3 2011, 07:12 AM
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    Glad it's working well for you. I don't use my WD TVs for music all that much, after my first few attempts. Lack of basic features like playlist creation etc. are what turned me off, so now I use them mostly for video playback.
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