no-compromise mediastation?

  angelofarina 10:36 03 Dec 07

Hi guys, I ask for your advice about a multi-purpose mediastation.
The device which I am searching for should allow for recording on its internal HD both TV channels (analog or DVB-T) and analog video, playing back these recordings through an HDMI cable (with proper upscaling of low-res contents), playing a DVD (again with upscaling), accessing my home network for playing AVI, WMV, WMA and MP3 files stored on shared folders (on PC, Linux and Mac computers), and allowing to be "seen" on the newtork as a remote shared folder, too.
I have found devices which provide network access and playback, but without recording capabilities (for example the Freecom Network Mediaplayer or the new Helios X3000), and DVD/Hard Disk recorders, but without network...
Any suggestion?
Angelo Farina

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