Summary: I'm a big fan of the DLink DSM-520 as a media receiver. So the DSM-320RD seemed like a great product. It's a media receiver in the same product line as the DLink DSM-520, but it's newer and it has a built-in DVD player.
Summary: I bought this primarily so I could play music from my PC over my stereo system for the house. It works well and the sound is good (I have a D-Link router so no problems with compatibility). However, I have just two complaints: 1) The software interface on the PC needs a lot of improvement.
Summary: Hardware 5 stars, software 0 stars = 3 stars. Once you get a good media server = 5 stars. Like many users in these reviews I like the hardware, but absolutely hate the media server software that was included with it.
Excerpt: In today's world almost all media is digital, or can be digital if you want it to be. I, for example, have all of my CD's ripped and stored on my computer's hard-drive, along with all of my photos from my digital camera and some home movies too. So now they are there, what do I do with them?
Excerpt: The fact that you're looking at this review tells me you want to stream all your lovely downloaded files to your TV. Before I begin though...you see those picture and sound quality ratings? You do realise they're meaningless for this product, don't you?