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    Which would be better.

    I have a Revo RL 80 which I can use for streaming and was pondering which os to install. Only be using for streaming to the Sony TV and I only want a basic setup. Or would I be better getting a WD TV Live Streaming Media Player.

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    No views. No problem. Did a search and the general view is to use Openelec XBMC on the Revo. Will see how it works out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emulated View Post
    No views. No problem. Did a search and the general view is to use Openelec XBMC on the Revo. Will see how it works out.
    Maybe it was just that no one here has one if those boxes, or missed the thread because of title (would've been better to put something like "views on roku os to install" or something along those lines).

    Than you, however, for posting the results of your own research...

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