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D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected Wireless HD Media Player £97.87 @ AmazonUK

£97.87 @ Amazon
The D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected Player is a wireless digital media adapter that lets you deliver HD-quality DivX videos, photos and music from the PC to your TV, access other online media with your … Read More
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The D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected Player is a wireless digital media adapter that lets you deliver HD-quality DivX videos, photos and music from the PC to your TV, access other online media with your remote control, and customize your experience with plug-ins and services. Runs on PCs or Intel-based Macs using Windows XP or Vista.

Looks like its about £130 everywhere else, and this is deliverd free.

Product Description
D-Link DSM-330 High Definition Media PlayerThe DSM-330 finally makes High Definition on your TV a reality with high-quality DivX video playback. Resolutions of up to 720p can be achieved for best picture quality on a HDTV using the HDMI connection. Standard televisions may also be connected using SCART or Composite Video cables. DivX video files are a fraction of the size of a DVD, saving bandwidth when streaming them over a home network. Software is also included to convert other video formats into DivX. DivX Connected is a powerful, easy-to-use open platform, making it infinitely scalable with add-on services and user-generated plug-ins. Users can join the DivX community by viewing, uploading and sharing their own videos on the Stage6 website. The D-Link DSM-330 DivX Connected HD Media Player allows users to stream music, photo and High-Definition (HD) DivX video files from their PC to their home entertainment system either wirelessly or over an Ethernet network. The DSM-330 sits on a wired or Wi-Fi home network so multimedia files can easily be pulled from any PC and hard drive at home. File selection and device management are exclusively performed via the rich TV interface, all from the remote control provided. Installation includes a wizard to guide users through connecting the DSM-330 to the network and TV, to setting up and scanning their media. All related cables and connectors are included. Features:Easy setup wizard Fast, intuitive remote-controlled TV interface Includes DivX software to convert videos to DivX Open DivX Connected platform supports 3rd party plug-ins and services User-friendly software manages your PC media Real-time monitoring and folder access protection Multi-server and multi-client support Wireless network security (WEP/WPA/WPA2) Highly responsive, remote-controlled trick modes: skip forward 30 seconds, skip back 10 seconds and virtual chapter points
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#1
not sure how you can stream HD content but not have mkv support?

buy a popcornhour if you want to stream hd or if you just want a hd player buy the western digital hd player on amazon and hook it up to a hard drive
#2
When it says HD-DiVX, does this mean MKV files?
#3
nope i've seen the odd hd-divx about, Jaws was one. But the description says nothing about mkv support
#4
For me, it's the wireless thats important, and the HD side of things is a bonus. I'm fed up having to copy media onto DVD, place into my DivX compatable DVD player and then watch the film. It would be so much easier if I could simply stream this over the network without the need to copy the files to DVD first.
#5
mcampster
For me, it's the wireless thats important, and the HD side of things is a bonus. I'm fed up having to copy media onto DVD, place into my DivX compatable DVD player and then watch the film. It would be so much easier if I could simply stream this over the network without the need to copy the files to DVD first.


If the HD side of things isn't important, may do better considering using a Xbox 360 instead.
#6
That's the exact decision I'm trying to decide on. Although, I'm not really a gamer and when I do play, I stick with my PS2 and Pro Evo Soccer. I've tried it on the Xbox and I really don;t like the controllers - seems stupid but thats one of the main reasons I'm leaning toward the D-Link.

I've generally stuck to the principal of keeping things separate - TV for display, AV Receiver for sound, console for gaming, PC for internet and downloading, NAS for storage and now media streamer to stream media from NAS to TV.
#7
I think the 360 can do this too ? could be another option maybe, still voting hot as still works out cheaper and hd is the db. :oops:
#8
mcampster
That's the exact decision I'm trying to decide on. Although, I'm not really a gamer and when I do play, I stick with my PS2 and Pro Evo Soccer. I've tried it on the Xbox and I really don;t like the controllers - seems stupid but thats one of the main reasons I'm leaning toward the D-Link.

I've generally stuck to the principal of keeping things separate - TV for display, AV Receiver for sound, console for gaming, PC for internet and downloading, NAS for storage and now media streamer to stream media from NAS to TV.



If you have a universal remote like the Logitech Harmony it works great with the 360, however if you are not really a gamer at all, this would be far quieter and less obtrusive in a lounge setup, so I think this would be byour best option unless you want some next gen football gaming.
#9
360 also does WMV-HD so you can stream, divx, HD and have a games console
#10
cicobuff
If you have a universal remote like the Logitech Harmony it works great with the 360, however if you are not really a gamer at all, this would be far quieter and less obtrusive in a lounge setup, so I think this would be byour best option unless you want some next gen football gaming.


I do have a Logitech Harmony, so thats swung me around a little bit. Biggest problem will be the gaming - when I say I'm not much of a gamer, I mean that my other half keps it to a minimum. A new console (first one since original PS2) could be the answer :-) Not sure she'll go for it - she seems to think we should get a Wii!
#11
Re the 360, is there anyway to reduce the noise of it? My Ps3 is silent but my 360 is like a jet engine taking off. But the 360 supports HD WMV with 5.1 sound which is nice.
#12
Actually the xbox 360 can play X264, Avi Xvid Divx, AC3 AAC, WMV HD, High Def Xvid and many more files to play a high def mkv on your xbox 360 simply run it through gotsent first...

http://sentry23.googlepages.com/

The video remains the same only the audio and contanier are changed so you still enjoy full High def movies...
#13
mcampster
I do have a Logitech Harmony, so thats swung me around a little bit. Biggest problem will be the gaming - when I say I'm not much of a gamer, I mean that my other half keps it to a minimum. A new console (first one since original PS2) could be the answer :-) Not sure she'll go for it - she seems to think we should get a Wii!


Well...bang for buck the 360 is the better solution, oh and perhaps a roll of this for the other half

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d3/DUCT.gif

Soon sort out any complaints :thumbsup:
#14
loopie
Re the 360, is there anyway to reduce the noise of it? My Ps3 is silent but my 360 is like a jet engine taking off. But the 360 supports HD WMV with 5.1 sound which is nice.



The DVD drive is the major problem in the 360 of noise, although even idle you do get noise from those twin fans at the back, some systems noisier than others dependant on the brand that are put in your build.

Really, the only option for quieter ones is to crack open your 360 and change the stock ones out with some quieter third party ones.....or do what I did twice if still under warranty and with a decent retailer like Gamestation...get them to swap.
#15
now showing as £184.88 - scandal!!!

bet it drops again after christmas!

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