Title pretty much says it. My mother is in her mid 70s and has over the years accumulated a few hundred CDs (maybe 2-300). Her CD player recently went kaput, so I got her the Denon CEOL as a replacement, but with the intention of possibly setting up a simple home server that can hold at least her top 100 list (I'm sure even the smallest NAS type device would hold a few thousand more, but even getting 100 of them saved to a hard drive is an ambitious goal) so that she can use Heos and her ipad to play her music without fumbling through all the broken cases.\n\nI've gone through a few days of obsessively searching about how to go about this online, but figured I'd come to you guys for some tips about my specific situation. I was hoping to find a relatively cheap and smallish device, or even a program that could run on her desktop computer and wirelessly play the CDs she saves to it. I even tinkered around with doing it on my Marantz just to make sure I could do it before I go visit in a couple weeks, with intermittent success... Sometimes heos finds the shared music server on my Mac, and sometimes it doesn't (Mom has a PC)... Anyway, my mother really does like her CDs and I'd like to make it easier for her to listen to them.\n\nBudget wise I was hoping there would be a solution in the couple hundred dollars on down to free. Odds that she decides that she prefers fumbling with discs that no longer snap into the CD jewel boxes is pretty high.