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Media Player With 2TB Hard Drive, LAN, Samba (NAS), 1080p, Network Media Playback, Built in Bit Torrent - £117 + £6.95 Postage @ Envizage Solutions Ltd £123.95

£123.95 @ Envizage Solutions Ltd
COMES COMPLETE WITH A 2000GB (2TB) DISK FITTED *** Sumvision Cyclone 2000gb (2tb) MKV UPnP Media Center Sumvision Cyclone 2000gb (2tb) MKV 1080p Media Center, a new generation of media center, br… Read More
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COMES COMPLETE WITH A 2000GB (2TB) DISK FITTED ***
Sumvision Cyclone 2000gb (2tb) MKV UPnP Media Center
Sumvision Cyclone 2000gb (2tb) MKV 1080p Media Center, a new generation of media center, brings your digital entertainment to your living room. A Hard-Disk based set-top media player capable of HD playback with video output as high as 1080p, it delivers spectacular picture quality of HD video and crystal clear sound clarity of digital audio.

The Ultimate in Home Entertainment
This item is internet-ready and pre-equipped with a network port (and an optional Wireless-N capability). It sports a samba server and a UPnP implementation, allowing seamless integration with services like BBC®

Flexibility & Scalability
For movies, TV shows, camcorder footage and more, this item is capable of playing dozens of digital media files and formats including DivX® (3/4/5/6), Xvid, MPEG 1/2/4, WMV-9, ASF(WMV9), MKV, DVD(IFO, VOB), ISO, MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, FLAC, AC3. The Media Center is completely Scalable.

Connect other USB devices (Hard Drives / Cd / DVD Players)
The Sumvision MKV can support up to 8 external hard drives connected by a USB hub (not supplied) and also allows the connection of an external CD / DVD drive by USB to make the unit a CD / DVD player as well!

Home-theater Experience
Combined with spectacular picture quality of HD video and crystal clear sound clarity of digital audio, the Sumvision MKV provides a complete HTPC experience. The built in 2000gb (2tb) SATA hard drive allows versatile applications.

Real HD Matters:1080p Playback
Sumvision MKV?s high-end video processing not only plays Blu-Ray quality video, it allows to store entire Hi-Definition media on its internal hard drive, plug it into a TV via a HDMI and enjoy movies, digital music and family photos on large LCD or Plasma. The flexibility and scalability of this item makes it one of the most versatile player in the market today. The Sumvision MKV supports most 1080p HD video codecs, and formats such as H.264, MKV, Dixv HD®, MOV, VC-1, FLV, etc. Capable of playing unique formats such as AVC-HD (normally used in camcorder footage) or FLAC (the popular, uncompressed audio, craved by audiophiles).

Embedded Torrent Client
Built-in Torrent Client, combined with NAS features provides an ideal setup for digital media acquisition, storage and sharing. The Embedded torrent client streamlines large media file sharing without keeping the PC running 24/7. The Sumvision MKV is capable of connecting to all the popular p2p networks, and users could search, download, archive and play all media files.

Network Media Playback
Network media streaming from a shared, password protected folder of a PC or NAS or a server over Ethernet (RJ45) connection or a wireless-N network (optional). Complete Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) support with embedded Samba Client. UPnP allows for seamless integration with services like PlayOn (stream video content from Netflix, Hulu, CBS, Youtube, CNN, ESPN and much more)

Remote File Management
Combined with spectacular picture quality of HD video and crystal clear sound clarity of digital audio, the Sumvision MKV provides a complete HTPC experience.
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#2
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Edited By: kee66 on Mar 29, 2011 21:28
#3
Thanks Narcotix. Also this can be converted into effectively a WLAN NAS if you buy a around £10 usb wifi adaptor. Seems to have good user reviews in AV forums. Plays almost anything you throw at it!!
#4
how good is this ?
#5
Not much cop really and this isn't even that good a price. I'd guess you'd find it in an ebay shop for less now.
#6
So I'm guessing you can store random files on this as well as using it as a media player with the right network connection, etc.? Sounds like exactly what I'm after if it does, what kind of transfer speeds can you expect?
#7
termite
Not much cop really and this isn't even that good a price. I'd guess you'd find it in an ebay shop for less now.


I did a lot of search but couldn't find any cheaper with the same functions. Mind you even a 2TB drive is still not that cheap
#8
Does it support custom font subs?
#9
NAS + MKV player + 2tb = 117. I feel it is bargain. heat added
#10
I've been contemplating this for a while now, seems you can buy the bare enclosure, i.e. with no HDD from they're ebay shop (which will give a little cashback from the usual sources too) for about £62 delivered and then just order a 2TB samsung drive from amazon for £60 or less if you can find it (ebuyer/scan).

If I could get some info on how well it can perform as a NAS drive I think I'd go for it. It should go well with my £30 open box asus homeplug kit I got from amazon last month.
#11
martyj999
I've been contemplating this for a while now, seems you can buy the bare enclosure, i.e. with no HDD from they're ebay shop (which will give a little cashback from the usual sources too) for about £62 delivered and then just order a [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB0042SGDVG%2Fref%3Dolp_product_details%3Fie%3DUTF8%26me%3D%26seller%3D]2TB samsung drive from amazon[/url] for £60 or less if you can find it (ebuyer/scan).

If I could get some info on how well it can perform as a NAS drive I think I'd go for it. It should go well with my £30 open box asus homeplug kit I got from amazon last month.


I did look into it but some people seem to be having problem formatting the samsung drive for some reason. Also the difference wasnt great.
I am getting it today, so should update you in a few days.
#12
kurtcobainmedico
martyj999
I've been contemplating this for a while now, seems you can buy the bare enclosure, i.e. with no HDD from they're ebay shop (which will give a little cashback from the usual sources too) for about £62 delivered and then just order a [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB0042SGDVG%2Fref%3Dolp_product_details%3Fie%3DUTF8%26me%3D%26seller%3D]2TB samsung drive from amazon[/url] for £60 or less if you can find it (ebuyer/scan).

If I could get some info on how well it can perform as a NAS drive I think I'd go for it. It should go well with my £30 open box asus homeplug kit I got from amazon last month.


I did look into it but some people seem to be having problem formatting the samsung drive for some reason. Also the difference wasnt great.
I am getting it today, so should update you in a few days.


No problem, just pointing out the options. I'll hold off ordering until your update. I expect an in-depth review with test results, benchmarks and some pie charts, I always like pie charts in my reports. ;)
#13
martyj999
kurtcobainmedico
martyj999
I've been contemplating this for a while now, seems you can buy the bare enclosure, i.e. with no HDD from they're ebay shop (which will give a little cashback from the usual sources too) for about £62 delivered and then just order a [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB0042SGDVG%2Fref%3Dolp_product_details%3Fie%3DUTF8%26me%3D%26seller%3D]2TB samsung drive from amazon[/url] for £60 or less if you can find it (ebuyer/scan).

If I could get some info on how well it can perform as a NAS drive I think I'd go for it. It should go well with my £30 open box asus homeplug kit I got from amazon last month.


I did look into it but some people seem to be having problem formatting the samsung drive for some reason. Also the difference wasnt great.
I am getting it today, so should update you in a few days.


No problem, just pointing out the options. I'll hold off ordering until your update. I expect an in-depth review with test results, benchmarks and some pie charts, I always like pie charts in my reports. ;)


Sure. Your wait may be a few months though, till I learn to make a pie chart.lol
#14
Now down to £103.95:
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