Previously, most digital music sold on CDs. But since its launch the MP3 player has made his CDs increasingly disappeared from the picture. MP3 music was very popular about 10 years ago, but the only way to enjoy MP3 was through special software on your computer.
What is it?
An Internet radio, network music often called is a device that autonomously receives and plays music from the computer, internet radio stations or online music services via the home network.
Previously, most digital music sold on CDs. But since its launch the MP3 player has made his CDs increasingly disappeared from the picture. Especially since the music on CD is uncompressed state. This makes music so great that it is very inconvenient for this to send via the Internet or on a MP3/4-speler turn. With the advent of the MP3/4-speler and the ease of converting and compressing CD music, almost all music is now stored in digital format as an audio file on your computer. The most common formats are MP3, WMA, RealAudio, and AAC. Compressed music has become the music format du jour, and for good reason: it is very easy to store, take or send it online. Songs are also equipped with a tag and thus easier to find and share with your friends.
MP3 music was very popular about 10 years ago, but the only way to enjoy MP3 was through special software on your computer. While the computer was meant to "help" as the source. By storing music, he was in fact used as a sort of 'Hi-Fi system. In the ever growing and developed multimedia landscape more is possible with MP3 music. In recent years the MP3/4-speler highly developed and also with your mobile phone you can listen to music. However, they have one disadvantage: they have nowhere near as much storage as the computer. There is a need for a solution...
And that solution has also come, the Internet, also called network music player. You can connect to a wireless router (Wireless), (often B standard Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi G standard compliant). This router is connected to your home network and your computer. Through this (wireless) internet connection can access the music collection of the user on the computer. But can they access Internet radio stations and online music.
For the Internet, you have a (wireless) router with which this 'online' can go. Looking at other places use the Internet, such as the attic or the barn, then you need dLAN.
What is dLAN?
dLAN stands for direct Local Area Network. With the dLAN adapters, you can create a network of local power, Internet and audio. With the adapters you can use the Internet to connect to the router without wrangling with cables. The network traffic passes through as your mains. You connect an adapter to your router and plug the other adapter in your internet and as you can in the attic, in the barn and every other place where the Internet is moderate, enjoy your music.
* It is wireless;
* You have not because you lack the storage capacity of your computer;
* You can reach many areas worldwide;
* It is extensive with approximately 13,000 radio stations that you can achieve.
Fans and owners of the Nintendo Wii all across the country will take this as good news. Conrad Electronic UK’s online electronics store will now feature a new USB network adapter that will help you access high-speed internet on the big-screen TV right in your living room. These USB adapters can be used on PC’s and Mac’s too, and are much better options than Wireless LAN connections, since pure LAN can offer much faster speeds substantially in comparison. Whether it’s watching HD videos on YouTube or streaming media on your home network, you can do it all from the comfort of your sofa with the Wii wireless controllers. And to top it all off, the USB network adapter doesn’t need drivers to run, just plug it into your console and things will be up and running.