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If you have a spare rig, stick Boxee on it and connect that to your HDTV. If it's dual core, and has a fairly decent GPU (Nvidia 8 series or ATI HD3xxx onwards), you should be all set for HD playback
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hi,

depends if your looking network steaming, network services, using it with a HDD/USb internal or external?

xtreamer i wont touch bad customer services and too many bugs. (owned one)

I have also had the following

Mede8er and Hdi players are both solid performers, I have tried Boxee with my Mac mini and looks pretty, playback still has bugs.

I have also owned Tvix players, Egreat and Media Pc.

check the following for media player forum for more info

http://www.mpcclub.com/forum/index.php

PS: i would personally stick with a Sigma chipset processor very good PQ.

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