I follow several blogs including this excellent site to learn as much as I can about the configuration and setup of a networked system. I will be building the system from scratch with mid-level (IMHO) electronics.
Please advise considerations to connect a universal blu-ray player with smart HDTV and upscale AVRs (Denons in two rooms), all of which have equivalent network connectivity.
What are the alternatives and benefits for the Blu-ray player to be connected to either the HDTV, the AVR, or both? They also have access to the media server with DLNA services.
- Oppo BDP-103
- Denon AVR-3313CI
- Samsung PN60E7000
Secondary Room (office):
- Denon CEOL Piccolo
- Audyssey Lower East Side Media Speakers
Last edited by RayK; 11-20-2012 at 09:39 PM.
ample, many devices have Netflix, not all work as well. You'll have to try them and see what features you like on which devices.
Watch out trying to feed multiple destinations from an HDMI source device. Cheap splitters don't work very well. You should plan on paying $80 for a 1x2 splitter that works properly.