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# 29393 6-Jan-2009 00:14

Hi,

I am looking for a wireless multimedia player to stream movies and photos or even music from my laptop to our LCD TV.
I found so far two models, both would be good, but I was wandering if anybody has any other recommendation or any experience with these.

1. Tvix HD M-6500A

2. MVIX MX-780





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  # 187677 6-Jan-2009 01:08
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Aloha: Hi,

I am looking for a wireless multimedia player to stream movies and photos or even music from my laptop to our LCD TV.
I found so far two models, both would be good, but I was wandering if anybody has any other recommendation or any experience with these.

1. Tvix HD M-6500A

2. MVIX MX-780



I have the same question. I have a D-Link DSM-320 Wireless Media Player. Everything plays fine except XviD avi's which it doesnt support. The latest XviD files play pretty good but depending on the encoding compression, some avis play perfect and others with a lot of stutter which means i have to set it to transcode but the output is mpeg and noticeably horrible quality.

Might nosey those 2 models also Aloha :)




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  # 187813 6-Jan-2009 15:36
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I have a popcorn hour a100 - Not wireless - But does work with a USB wireless adapter apparently.
As far as video playback - I think its great! Check it out at www.popconhour.com i think?

Plenty of user reviews on utube/cnet & also they have a sub forum here.

Cheers

 
 
 
 


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  # 187814 6-Jan-2009 15:39
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I have a popcorn hour a100 - Not wireless - But does work with a USB wireless adapter apparently.
As far as video playback - I think its great! Check it out at www.popconhour.com i think?

Plenty of user reviews on youtube/cnet & also they have a sub forum here.

Cheers

Update:

On checking my web refferal - I note they have a wireless add on model now.



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  # 187830 6-Jan-2009 17:10

I've read some comments about the Mvix yesterday and I dont recommend that.
Many people said it has a lot of bugs, the company doesn't do proper firmware updates, etc

I believe we would have the same issue with the Tvix which is made by Dvico.
BTW both products made in Korea.

After all I migth stick with Lacie's media hard drive players: LaCinema Premier or LaCinema rugged. No wireless though.




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  # 187844 6-Jan-2009 18:13

Dawg: I have a popcorn hour a100 - Not wireless - But does work with a USB wireless adapter apparently.
As far as video playback - I think its great! Check it out at www.popconhour.com i think?

Plenty of user reviews on youtube/cnet & also they have a sub forum here.

Cheers

Update:

On checking my web refferal - I note they have a wireless add on model now.


The new Popcorn Hour A110 looks very very reasonable.




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  # 187862 6-Jan-2009 19:36
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Thanks a lot for the thread.

I'm thinking of getting a multi media player as well but still looking around so I'll definitely be keeping an eye on the info here Smile

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  # 187872 6-Jan-2009 20:38
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Have owned and used a Mediagate 350 for the last 2 years. Never had any problems, plays most file types and firmware is updated on a regular basis.

I believe the 350 had been superseeded with a HD version now and the MG800D which supports N wireless and built in Torrent client.


 
 
 
 




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  # 187910 7-Jan-2009 00:05

I found the Western Digital's Media Player a good solution too. And it's the cheapest.




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