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    Howdy,
    I want to connect a Sony SMP-N100 Media Player (1080P) to my wireless network to playback selected content from my iMac - to a remote large Screen Plasma.

    Can someone advise if my 27" iMac Intel (3.06 GHz) Core 2 Duo - running MacOS X (10.6.8) is in fact a certified DLNA Device..?

    Thank you,

    Larry



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    Put simply.. No
    Apple long ago determined that DLNA/UPnP was a fragmented and incompatible "standard" and refused to support it.

    You can install a program that will allow your mac to act as a DLNA device, but without extra software your mac simply won't support this.
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    Hi Olethros,
    Thanks for your interest.
    Can you be more specific about the software/program needed for the Mac to act as a DLNA device ?

    Ae you talking about programs such as; EyeConnect, PLEX, XBMC... etc (DLNA Server Software) or are you
    refering to something else that interacts more directly with Mac OS X ?

    Thankyou

 

 

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