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HiSorry for the delay, we are busy and I've just got to your question. Can you let me know when you're ready to look at this and we will make a start.ThanksKris
A NAS will work as it's local, are you doing this wired or wireless?
Any NAS will work with an HDMI cable, connecting the TV to nas storage via ethernet will not be 4K though unless you get two supported devices.
Is a NAS with HDMI output an option, that would be, bar far, the easiest way./
That's correct. Does your TV support DNLA?
This is the range I user, the generally do not come with drives. From $100+
Can you have a look over and I can go more specific?
I would agree you need to use a NAS device supporting DNLA, having a HDMI support NAS is a non starter.
What is the size of storage your looking for, and do you have any redundancy\resilience requirements such as RAID?
OK, I see your based in Ukraine, is this where you require the device to be delivered (just so I find one local to you, rather than one which will incur a load in postage.
From a budget end I would suggest something like the Buffalo 200 series NAS, it comes in a 4TB config and support up two 4 DLNA streaming devices and comes with apps for ios and android, in addition to backup apps for windows.
You can source it locally here or from the UK a lot cheaper here.
The manufacture model number is LS210D0401-EU
Yes, the current DLNA protocol will support it, your limitations will be your network not the NAS.
This would all be handled at the client end (your TV), providing the data source is compatible the NAS doesn't really come into it other than 1 supporting DLNA and 2 having sufficient read speed to cope with the demand.