Inspired by the “Creating an Audiophile Music Server” blog, I set up a user-friendly music server that I can control from my main listening room. Using my Sony PSP as a remote, I can play, pause, skip any song on any album in my iTunes library.
Overjoyed with this new freedom of musical whim and access mixed with hi-fi, the family broke into two spontaneous dance parties over the weekend. Toddler_o_Geek loves the Jaxx.
I never listen to music in my listening room anymore. My CD collection is still upstairs in the bottom two drawers of our TV armoire; when I want an album, it’s never at hand. I tried playing my iTunes library through the Xbox. Having to wait for the Xbox to boot, then XBMC, switch on the whole video system (projector, AV Receiver) then wade through my long playlists was too much of a hassle. I needed a better system: access to all my music through the main hi-fi system.
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