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Jamcast - Free Beta Server For Networked Home Audio

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Want to listen to satellite radio on your PlayStation 3? Or tune in to Pandora or Spotify stations on your Xbox 360? How about playing your DRM-protected music in the living room without Windows Media Player? Introducing Jamcast -- a home media server that makes these things possible, and a whole lot more.

Allows you to stram the output of your soudcard to your internet radio, which means you can listen to Spotify or We7.com via your internet radio.
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Supported devices: Works with UPnP/DLNA-compliant media renderer devices, including:

Xbox 360
Sony PlayStation 3
Xbox Media Center
Samsung 7000/8000 series HDTV's
Sony Bravia LCD TV's
Roku SoundBridge
D-Link DSM-320/DSM-520
Denon Network Connected Receivers
Philips SLA5500/SLA550/SL400i
Omnifi DMS1
Archos 5
Acoustic Energy WiFi Internet Radio
Freecom MusicPal
Revo PICO
Imp / Imp Adapt WiFi Internet Radio
SMC EZ-Stream

Audio formats: MP3
WMA (DRM supported)
WAV
FLAC
OGG
AAC
Apple Lossless
AIFF
Shorten
Playlist support: iTunes Library
M3U
PLS
Windows Media (WPL)

Supported operating systems: Windows Home Server
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008

*32-bit and 64-bit platforms supported
#2
looks interesting, thanks for posting
banned#3
Looks exciting, shall have a butchers :)
#4
Trial expires on the 15/01/10

So it's only for 2 weeks
#5
When the license expires, come back to the Jam Cast website to download a new version of the software that will have a later expiration date. In the past, the licenses typically last about 30-60 days, you just happened to get Jamcast towards the end of the license period.

Hot From Me.:thumbsup:
#6
Mod please unexpire this, it is still valid.
#7
when i install then go into devices comes up with error an unhandled program exception has occurred
#8
great find
#9
anyone know how it works with Sony Bravia LCD TV's
#10
davver99
anyone know how it works with Sony Bravia LCD TV's


yes i would like to know this aswell if anyone knows.
#11
ThatsNot MyName
yes i would like to know this aswell if anyone knows.

i have a bravia with dlna and it works great!! thanks for this post! :whistling:
#12
Cheers!
#13
so how do you connect Sony Bravia LCD TV's ???/
banned#14
wbd
i have a bravia with dlna and it works great!! thanks for this post! :whistling:

can u pls explain the connection
#15
thanks for the advice:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#16
Cheers :thumbsup:
#17
dili123in
can u pls explain the connection

davver99
so how do you connect Sony Bravia LCD TV's ???/

Surely you just connect the Ethernet from the TV to your Router ?
#18
I have been using this for a while and it's fantastic :thumbsup:
#19
Nom;7430595
Surely you just connect the Ethernet from the TV to your Router ?

the tv probably doesnt have an ethernet port...if not then you need a device which has networking capability (ethernet or wireless lan), eg ps3, xbox360, which you then connect to your tv using conventional av connections (hdmi, scart, optical, etc)
#20
royals
the tv probably doesnt have an ethernet port...

Erm, it does if it's a Bravia set with DLNA, as we were discussing !

A DLNA set without a network connection would be utterly useless - how would you stream content to it ?
royals
if not then you need a device which has networking capability (ethernet or wireless lan), eg ps3, xbox360, which you then connect to your tv using conventional av connections (hdmi, scart, optical, etc)

But then you wouldn't be using the DLNA playback at all. I don't see how that would help :)

The whole point of a set with DLNA is that you don't need a seperate playback device conencted to it - it can stream and play content on it's own.
Have a read of http://www.sony.co.uk/hub/bravia-lcd-televisions/7/1
#21
been using this for a qhile now, use it to stream spotify to my 360 - works great :)

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