I'm pretty sure that most offerings will work with any DLNA compliant media server of which windows media player is one of many...so just google "DNLA Mac" and you'll get going in the right direction.
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DLNA may be the ticket in theory but I would not buy stuff assuming that any two advertised DLNA devices will inter-operate properly. Vendors will usually tell you which devices theirs are certified to work with.
Also I am not sure that Apple is a supporter of DLNA, which I think is run by a consortium of major companies that Apple is not part of.
Don't quote me on it but think the newer Pioneers will...or just use an airport express with optical to mini optical cable like I do. I stream from my iMac and it sounds great. I also ran a cat6/6 from xbox to the airport and now have internet for live action which saved me from having to buy the wireless adaptor/dongle or running a 100ft cable from main router to xbox. What makes the airport express so neat is it will work with anything just about.