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Here is my HTPC build next to my TV. http://www.overclock.net/t/1319808/silent-htpc-build/40#post_22617570 You do not need to go all out on the build as I did on this HTPC... You can swap out components for similar and cheaper. I am just linking it to show the form factor.The HTPC streams from my NAS build but you can build an HTPC to include storage. In my build I stream wirelessly without buffering or delay of any kind using green drives to all my TV's and wireless...
You have two possible issues going on from what I see so far but its possible they can also be related to each other... (The No Tuner issue and the No sound issue). The restarting the network suggestion was to resolve the no tuner issue. After restarting the network did you still receive the No tuner error in WMC? Try waiting for 5 minutes and report back if nothing happened. Sometimes there can be a delay for the tuners to be picked up but it depends on the...
I linked this video on another post somewhere about PI running XBMC. It should be able to handle streaming just fine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKpqmkpkyOA
Try resetting your router network. That did happen to me once and after I reset my network that worked for my case. And as GigaChip listed you will need to follow those instructions on that page. Also if you open a ticket with HDHomerun they are pretty quick to respond with an answer. There is an option to select a checkbox in the HD Home run GUI that will forward them the log to figure out your issue. It automatically switches off after a couple hours or you can uncheck...
I have not tried with a 360 remote so I am not sure. But I do use Flirc IR receiver with a Harmony 650 Remote to switch between my WMC and XMBC applications with EventGhost. You can use any IR receiver or universal remote but Flirc and Harmony remotes are one of the more popular combination favorites for HTPC users. The good thing about using the Harmony Remote is its ease to load profiles for almost any electronic equipment you have in your home. It also has a profile...
Heh I knew I did not see my suggestion on the listing above in the URL http://mymediaexperience.com/getting-started-with-my-media-experience/ before.Looks like http://mymediaexperience.com/getting-started-with-my-media-experience/ is following my lead. I just did a web arrchive search from the date I posted (October 2012) my suggestion and it was not listed on the site even a few months after. All good though. I just did not want anyone think I plagiarize since his...
One last piece of advice I can share ...from one of my htpc build postings.... ==================================== Key points to a successful build: Not all HTPC’s will be the same since everyone will have a different take, but some will share similar characteristics. The key to a successful HTPC build before shopping for components is to figure out what are your unique wants for the build. For Example: Do you want a silent/fan-less build? What form factor are you...
Also since you are looking into Tuner cards another option to consider are the HD HomePrime units (http://www.silicondust.com/hdhomerun/)
Let us know how the build turns out Bugses once you finalize everything. The Antec case 300-150 with the 150 watt supply is what I was referring to in my earlier post if you need the extra room and the use of an optical drive with some padded extra PSU power. You will be able to fit a tuner card in this case. And I also agree you can use the stock cooler if you want to save some cash.
Here is a similar build using the pc picker link that was provided. Please feel free to change around components as you like to lower price. This is close to as small as you can get for a mini-itx case if this is what you want. The case has a built-in 90w supply. This will run your HTPC just fine... this is also similar to my HTPC build here... It runs smoothly with no issues and I am streaming everything wirelessly. The only thing that is lacking in the pc parts picker...
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