Surprisingly, Denon’s new NS-S100 multimedia server wins TechTV’s Best of CES 2004 Show award. The Linux based device, running Mediabolic One platform software, functions as a high-end A/V receiver, Personal Video Recorder, and network streaming digital media (video, audio, and photo) player all in a standard Hi-Fi component case. Additionally, users can “Connect one or more of Denon’s companion NS-C200 multimedia client units to your home network (wired Ethernet only), and you’re ready to view any of your stored content or live A/V sources from any other room with an network connection. Additional servers can also be added to the network, with a single interface for controlling all of the sources throughout the home.”
News Link: Jonathan Steuer, “Best of CES 2004 Winner: Best of Show,” TechTV, January 10, 2004.
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