Asus O!Play HDP-R1 HD Media player HDMI 1080p MKV/DTS/RMVB-RJ45/USB/e-SATA @ Scan.co.uk £76.36 inc del - HotUKDeals
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Make sure you add this from the 'Today only' page to get it at this price, scroll down to the bottom to find it.
Free delivery with AVForums as per usual.

On paper this appears to be better than WD TV Live?.
MKV with DTS support, RJ45 connectivity, e-SATA as well as USB, as well as all the usual features of a good media player.
Full specs below -

HDP-R1 takes the trend to bring new HD experience to viewers in the living room. Simply connecting your O!Play HD Media Player via HDMI, users will witness the vivid and vibrant video coming to full wonder.

Hassle-free multimedia playback without file conversion.
Stunning 1080p high definition visuals.
Play and share your music with one click.
High speed files transfer with eSATA and LAN.

Full Format Support (including RMVB)
With exclusive RMVB support on HDP-R1, users do not have to worry about the compatibilities of file format. to most of the video, music and picture formats, HDP-R1 let users plug in their storage and enjoy the show.

Exclusive Music Shuffle at Finger Tips
Dedicated Music Shuffle button on the remote
HDP-R1 is the 1st HD media player to provide music shuffle function with a dedicated button on the remote control. Just one touch from a distance, O!Play accesses all the music files on the storage and then start playing the music randomly.

Exclusive eSATA & Advanced LAN Support
eSATA provides 6X faster than USB 2.0
HD content bring the appealing images to the eyes but also require huge bandwidth to render the almost true image quality. eSATA simply helps to lift the bandwidth limits.

Easy access to content in network
Users do not have to carry the physical storage from study room to living room. HD content stream from PC or NAS to the Media Player for easy file management.

Supported Formats
Video: MPEG1/2/4,RM/RMVB,VC-1,H.264
Video File Extension:.mp4, .mov, .xvid., .avi., .dvix., .asf, .wmv, .mkv, .rm, .rmvb, .flv, .ts, .m2ts, .dat, .mpg, .vob, .mts, .tp, .trp,.iso
Audio: MP3,WAV,AAC,OGG,FLAC,AIFF
Image: JPEG,BMP,PNG,GIF,TIFF
Subtitle: SRT,SUB,SMI,SSA

Supported Audio formats
MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, LPCM, WMA, Dolby Digital AC3, Dolby Digital Plus,
DTS - Dolby Digital & DTS Supports Downsample and pass through

Supported Image formats
JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF

Supported sub-title formats
SRT, SUB, SMI, SSA
I/O Port

Input:
DC Power In
1xUSB 2.0 Port
1xUSB 2.0 / eSATA Combo Port
RJ-45 LAN Port

Output:
Composite Video
Composite Audio L/R
S/PDIF Out
HDMI 1.3

Network
LAN: TCP/IP (DHCP or Static IP Address) 10/100Mbps Wired LAN
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#2
Also, I got a WD TV HD recently for not much more than this, and has been nothing but trouble (gets way too hot, unable to update firmware, have to do a full reset every time I turn it on or it wont see my USB stick).
If I'd known this would be so cheap I'd have held out a little longer.
#3
jukkie;7664820
Also, I got a WD TV HD recently for not much more than this, and has been nothing but trouble (gets way too hot, unable to update firmware, have to do a full reset every time I turn it on or it wont see my USB stick).
If I'd known this would be so cheap I'd have held out a little longer.


Obviously faulty, get a refund.

Have had mine for ages and not had any hassle.
#4
VERY annoying two blue lights if you look straight on at them.
Overly powerful, with no option to reduce the intensity.

No option for wireless as far as I'm aware.

But for the price, I don't think there's anything better.
#6
I've had one of these for a few months and it's played everything I've tried. Down samples sound also, so no need to worry if you have no DTS gear.
banned#7
God I want one
#8
For anyone that has one of these, does this support NTFS USB drives and is video playback always smooth (I used to have a freecom mediaplayer that stuttered with about 10% of video files I tried to play)?

Thanks
#9
anyone tried unit through a/v amp ?

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