Since I now have a steady "cashflow in", to match my increasing "cashflow out" for now, I finally want to take the leap and use Linuxmce.
In this case LinuxMCE 10.04 or 12.04, so I can test in real life for the devs.Lolwut? Bongo isn't using Linuxmce?
No, but now I am willing to take the leap.
But still I have some questions.Television
I want three tuners.
- Tuner 1 dedicated to television 1
- Tuner 2 dedicated to television 2
- Tuner 3 dedicated to recording
Good approach? Stupid Approach?Sound
I like the squeezeslave approach, except it seems that Logitech has EOLed the receiver. Also it needs an Amplifier.
My first take was to get network cable to all the audio zones in my house and plug in a logitech receiver, hook that up to a small (car or other) amp, and hook up 2 loudspeakers to the amp.
I wanted to have 5 audio zones, so 5 receivers, 5 amps, 10 loudspeakers.
Since logitech doesn't provide them anymore I think this approach will not work.
Is there a product that can replace the logitech receiver?
Or there is also another approach, that for every audio zone I install a soundcard, get a loudspeaker cable to all the audio zones. But I have no clue if that will work with 5 audio zones, do I have to really put in 5 cards? Are there even motherboards that can provide so many slots, 3 + 5 =8.
What I prefer is to put everything in the casing of my core. No external usb boxes plugged into my core. It always look messy and prone to be destroyed by clumsy girlfriends.
Also I want all the receiver and amp's small, so I can hide them in the ceiling.
Some input is very much appreciated