Audio/Video upgrade to a DLNA solution
I currently own a Pioneer LX508D Plasma TV connected to a Sky HD box, a Panasonic E30 DVD recorder and a very old 5.1 Yamaha Integrated Amp/Speakers. I also use the Panasonic DVD recorder and the Yamaha Amp to play back my CDs.
I am looking to upgrade my DVD Recorder and Amp to a solution based on DLNA-certified systems that will allow me to:
- Listen to my CDs
- Watch my DVDs and Blu-Ray movies
- Stream downloaded music
- Stream downloaded SD video
- And most importantly, stream downloaded HD video
My starting point is the Buffalo TeraStation Live system. This is where I intend to store downloaded music, SD and HD video.
Could anyone please advise whether the Pioneer SC-LX71 (DLNA-enabled AV Reciever) and Pioneer BDP-LX71 Blu-Ray player would do to achieve those targets?
Would that system compromise the music playback quality (especially CDs)? If so, what are the DLNA-enabled systems (CD players and Integrated amplifiers) that can be added for an optimum music experience?