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  1. I don't quite get how this work? You need the chromcast connected to ent unit to able to project onto screen right?
  2. Chromecast & Ultra are all connected through LAN, and on 50/20mbps speed . Speed generally has been good with Superloop. I have heard of good things about Plex, but don't feel like paying monthly fee for just a streaming service. Did pay for small lifetime fee for videostream
  3. Hi all, I currently have the current setup to stream video content from my PC: 1) Epson TW9300 Projector 2) Yamaha RX-V681 receiver 3) Chromecast Ultra (connected with LAN) 4) Average PC (Radeon HD 7800 series) 5) Asus RT-AC68U Modem/Router 6) Videostream (paid) 7) Minix U1 (but stopped using for a while now, little complicated) Currently, even at 1080p, in certain format, it might sometimes be buffering excessively too (likely due to VS?) Just wondering what I need to do to be able to stream 1080p (sometimes lag) & 2160p content smoothly?
  4. Hi all, Looking to setup my theatre room about 4m x 4m. Went into West Coast Hifi to get some ideas and quotes. Got a quote for about $9k including installation (inc cables etc) of the following: Sony VPL40ES projector Dynamic 100" screen Denon AVRX2200 receiver 2x Inceiling speakers Energy Premium 5.1 Speaker http://www.energy-speakers.com/products/connoisseur-series/?... Is a good combo? The price seem pretty reasonable to my amateur eyes though. I mainly will use the theatre to play PS4, watch sport & netflix. Also, they initially quoted me around $170 for 10m of Kords HDMI cable, b
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