How to Setup a Movie Serving HD system for under 500.00

I know ya boy been away for a min..  been on the grind and doing things of that nature.   I have however returned to bear Witness….  NO I am not talking about ‘Bron as I could care less but that dude.  (kobe Baby!)  but about the power of letting go of the shiny discs!!  My friends have been down with this for a min but fig it was time to share with the world…  Some of us may know that you can stream media from Windows computers to extenders such as the Xbox 360 and PS3 but what if Games arent your thing??

What if I told you that you could have a HIGH DEF BLU RAY media server system to watch dozens of movies while needing no shiny discs and costing none of those pesky netflix fees? All for a setup of under 550??

Lemme tell ya how to stunt!

need you to hit the local Best buy and pick up this lil number…

Western Digital HD media Player
Western Digital HD media Player

and what does this lil beauty do??

Not much till you add this…

2 TB = 1500 or so High Def Movies
2 TB = 1500 or so High Def Movies

so what do you watch it on??

Take that tax dough you have been saving and cop that 52′ 1080p 120mhz lcd….

so nice it looks like real life..
so nice it looks like real life..

so once you plug the hard drive-email me for how to get content- into the WD media player and then run that HDMI to the tv.. what do you get??

Check out the video…  excuse them for not having an porn.. but trust it works!

So kick back with ya chick,  hit a button and show her how cool ya shit is.. no looking for dvd cases, or other crap just a bangin system.. and its portable!

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