Sumvision Cyclone MKV Media Player Version 2 Divx, ISO, Rmvb & MKV HDMI USB/SD Media player HDMI full 1080p Supports DTS and Youtube £69.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Product Description

Now Is you tube enabled and supports full DTS
Supports All Popular HD Video This product supports all popular 1080p HD video in the market, including H.264, MKV, Divx HD, MPEG 2-TS, VC-1, WMV9, then you can enjoy HD video on your HD TV by HDMI interface. Supports USB Host And LAN Samba Client With a USB2.0 high speed host build-in, you can plug in your USB storage devices like USB hard disk, USB flash drive and MP3 player to extend more storage space and playback your media direct from these USB storage. Thanks to Samba supporting in this product, you can navigate your media stored in your PC and playback them on TV, this is much helpful in sharing your media at home. Supports Multi Memory Cards Media Input With multi memory card reader socket, you can insert memory cards like SD, SDHC, MMC and MS cards into the product, then playback the media direct from the memory cards to TV. HDMI Digital output With a HDMI interface design-in, digital audio can output to TV with 1080p HD video signal. It enable user connect his video connection very easily. SPECIFIACATIONS

Memory card input Supports SD, SDHC, MMC and MS cards
USB input USB2.0 high speed USB host x 2
Firmware Upgradeable
OS language English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Dutch
Audio file MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, LPCM, FLAC, AC3,*DTS
Video codec H.264, MKV, WMV9, MPEG 1/2/4, HD Divx , Xvid, FLV, RM/RMVB
Video file mkv, ts, m2ts, mts, tp, trp, wmv, Ifo, iso, vob, dat, avi, mpg, mp4,
mov, rm, rmvb, divx, xvid, flv
Video resolution H.264, MKV, WMV9, TS and HD Divx supports up to 1920 x 1080p 30p
RM/RMVB supports up to 720p
Subtitle sub, smi, ssa, srt, idx + sub
Photo file JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF, GIF
Video out CVBS, HDMI 1.3(max 1080p)
Audio out stereo R/L, optical, HDMI digital
LAN RJ45, supports Samba client, Wi-Fi 802.11g dongle (optional)
Internet Services* Youtube, BBC, Picasa, npr
Remote control Yes
Power supply Universal AC 100 ~230V 50Hz
Power rate DC 12V 2A
Product dimension 170 x 125 x 25 mm (L x W x H)
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#1
By all accounts quite good although there have been a few reports of software glitches & bad build quality.. there's an extensive thread about them over on AV forums
http://www.avforums.com/forums/streamers-network-media-players/1116913-sumvision-cyclone-mkv-27.html
An enclosure version is also available elsewhere for about £10 more, and can act as a samba based NAS server.
#2
Do yourself a favour and get the WD TV Live,build quality is far superior as is the picture quality,I got the Dell deal £82 delivered.
#3
seems a good deal to me, unless anyone know other branded media players that support rmvb?
#4
Computerman
seems a good deal to me, unless anyone know other branded media players that support rmvb?


are the rmvb and mp4 the same formats?
#5
phil1420
Do yourself a favour and get the WD TV Live,build quality is far superior as is the picture quality,I got the Dell deal £82 delivered.


Alternatively, get the: -
http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=186127

or get a REVO pc which is a bit more expensive, but a great media player with XBMC
#6
blackjack
are the rmvb and mp4 the same formats?


no, rmvb and mp4 are totally different.
#7
phil1420
Do yourself a favour and get the WD TV Live,build quality is far superior as is the picture quality,I got the Dell deal £82 delivered.


Can we assume you have both and have compared the two then?
#8
phil1420
Do yourself a favour and get the WD TV Live,build quality is far superior as is the picture quality,I got the Dell deal £82 delivered.


wd tv live doesnt play iso files.
#9
phil1420
Do yourself a favour and get the WD TV Live,build quality is far superior as is the picture quality,I got the Dell deal £82 delivered.


The picture quality is 'better' on yours is it? :thinking:
#10
I have just returned it last week due to lack of support for flv files downloaded from the net!
It doesn't have the nice menu like the WD HDTV series. But it has a good facility that supports multiple USB sources connected to ONE USB port via a USB hub that is lacking in WD one.
It also provides a wider range of internet based services than offered by WD HDTV Live, although I had no internet broadband to try them.
It also were crashing few times on remote control response and had to be hard reset by disconnecting from the mains.

I couldn't find any official/unofficial firmware upgrade for it.
#11
With so many players to choose im now confuse which one is the best thanks for all the feedback.
#12
Popcorn Hour all day every day, stick a HDD in it - no more leaving a PC on for streaming etc as well so more efficient and it plays everything I throw at it...including catch, roll over and belly tickles!
#13
xtreamer for me plays anything you throw at it.....put a hard drive init and away u go 99.00 for this....
#14
tyddynroger
wd tv live doesnt play iso files.


Ye it does.
#15
popcorn hour, revo, wd live, they all do the same ****. you still need to dl stuff to your pc first, then transfer to one of these devices(bar revo). there isn't that much difference. Personally XBMC all the way(get a revo). But for those wanting hd in the bedroom or connected to your tv and don't need the hassle of setting up a media PC get this, popcorn or WDHDTV live.
#16
got mine from ebuyer for £65 a month ago, plays almost everything and the HD videos look really amazing, already filed my 700GB HDD
#17
tyddynroger
wd tv live doesnt play iso files.


Yes the WDTV Live does play ISO files, I've got one and it is really good, but I wish I bought a Revo instead.
#18
123tylerjames
xtreamer for me plays anything you throw at it.....put a hard drive init and away u go 99.00 for this....


Xtreamer is useless, it has more issues with every firmware update.
Hope this is better.
#19
ryu2406
With so many players to choose im now confuse which one is the best thanks for all the feedback.


I bought the WDTV v1 over a year ago when choices were much more limited. If buying today, I'd consider the same item for sheer ease of use and good support officially and unofficially.

If you could not be bothered with setting up networks and mainly play MKVs via a usb device, then you can do worse than getting the WDTV.
#20
Can someone explain to me what a 'media player' is?

Is it for plugging into yout tv? You put music and films onto it from your computer, then plug it into your tv to watch it?
#21
cat123
Yes the WDTV Live does play ISO files, I've got one and it is really good, but I wish I bought a Revo instead.


Anyone know if either this of the WDTV Live support dvd menus, e.g. dvd ripped to TS, VOB and IFO?
#22
a good deal and a good media player.
be aware better is available and the company isnt that good at firmware updates or customer relations :)

Be sure to check out..
Playon HD Mini (with YAMJ soon)
Mede8er (has YAMJ like tools)
Popcorn Hour A200 (only player that can do HD audio properly)
#23
TheBearNecessiti
Can someone explain to me what a 'media player' is?

Is it for plugging into yout tv? You put music and films onto it from your computer, then plug it into your tv to watch it?


Yep, that's what they are for.
#24
Wicked Lester
Yep, that's what they are for.


In addition to that, some of them have built in hard drive and also allow you to plug in external hard drives and come with other features like youtube and bbc iplayer etc.
#25
From the research I've done to date, the Hisense looks like it does more & does it better than anything else:
http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=186127

Note that I have not bought a media player, but from the AV forums I've been reading (100s of pages), this looks like the best bet . . .
#26
sgvouchers
Xtreamer is useless, it has more issues with every firmware update.
Hope this is better.


As an extreamer owner since day one I have to take exception to this. Whilst it isn't perfect it's no worse than any of the other media players out there and other than delay on movie jukebox and some issues with upnp it's working perfectly for me after some bad experiences with other media players notably the WD
#27
I've got an older Rapsody N35 (N36 firmware) and love it, with a hard drive inside It supports NDAS so shows up as a PC drive, so and just drag and drop files on to it. Plays a stack of video formats, plus music and photo etc.

Steve
#28
sgvouchers
Xtreamer is useless, it has more issues with every firmware update. Hope this is better.


This looks worse to me. Sorry, but I've had no serious issues with my Xtreamer. Superb value for money.
#29
Got the enclosure version of this last month, and have to say it's the best £78 I've ever spent. Plays absolutely everything I've tried, including flac.Got it connected up to a samsung 1.5 tb story h/drive for my collection of mkv's. It plays them smooth as silk, and the picture quality is great. Yeh you could get the popcorn, and they probably have a better back-up and forum help etc, but not at under £70.
banned#30
So how do you do the youtube thing with this?
Also, what would youtube vids look like when blown up on a large screen?
#31
just realised ebuer have the wd mini £43.93 which plays rmvb but only supports 1080i http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175737 or £44.99 at playhttp://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12980245/Western-Digital-WD-TV-Mini-Media-Player/Product.html?&_$ja=tsid:11518|cc:|prd:12980245|cat:Hard+Drives
the 1080p version is £50 http://www.shop.bt.com/products/western-digital-wd-tv-mini-media-player-usb-2-0-hdmi-6B2H.html
This asus one seems even better but costs a lil more at £80 has 1080p and esata connection http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductID=1038385&source=froogle
#32
Be careful, this will not allow you to add a hard drive to the unit. you can use an external hard drive, however it cannot be used as an enclosure for a hard drive.

I found out the hard way, i returned it and bought the wd tv. Great product, has played everything i have thrown at it, including mkv files.
suspended#33
the sumvision has problems with large harddrives and the rate of firmware updates is awful, the harddrive problem has been happening for months with no update to address it:(
#34
Sumvision poor support buggy playback unit gets quite hot in use wdtv better unit :thumbsup:
#35
mickymcd
Sumvision poor support buggy playback unit gets quite hot in use wdtv better unit :thumbsup:



How easy is it to add a HDD to the WDTV version internally and will it play X264 files???

Cheers
Hk
#36
the WDTV takes an external USB drive, you cannot add an internal one to it.

It does play X264 files
#37
Computerman
just realised ebuer have the wd mini £43.93 which plays rmvb but only supports 1080i http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175737 or £44.99 at playhttp://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12980245/Western-Digital-WD-TV-Mini-Media-Player/Product.html?&_$ja=tsid:11518|cc:|prd:12980245|cat:Hard+Drives
the 1080p version is £50 http://www.shop.bt.com/products/western-digital-wd-tv-mini-media-player-usb-2-0-hdmi-6B2H.html
This asus one seems even better but costs a lil more at £80 has 1080p and esata connection http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductID=1038385&source=froogle


I really cannot see the point of a WDTV mini. Surely the point of a media player for 90% of their owners is to play mkvs, which the mini cannot do.
#38
live2giveuk
popcorn hour, revo, wd live, they all do the same ****. you still need to dl stuff to your pc first, then transfer to one of these devices(bar revo).


The Popcorn Hour can download stuff for you too - no need for a PC. I have one, but wouldn't recommend it to anyone - good PQ, but lousy UI (and support),
#39
gingercat
The Popcorn Hour can download stuff for you too - no need for a PC. I have one, but wouldn't recommend it to anyone - good PQ, but lousy UI (and support),


Yes good point all in one download and play is really what we need, like wd but ability to download direct.

Guess it will be the acer's then????
#40
another happy WDTV user here.

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