Sumvision Cyclone MKV *V2!* HDMI 1080p HD Player/ Online video streamer / BT client + Enclosure - £84.99 @ Bigpockets - HotUKDeals
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***supports BBC I-player & YouTube!***

The Cyclone MKV supports all popular 1080p HD video formats
currently on the market. Formats supported include H.264, MKV,
DivX HD, MPEG 2-TS, RMVB (up to 720p) and WMV9.

Supports SATA HDD, USB Host and LAN Samba Client:

Built-in storage unit allows you to add your own SATA HDD to
store all your media files.

With USB 2.0 support you can plug storage devices such as HDD,
flash drives or mp3 and play them directly through the Cyclone.

The Cyclone MKV Enclosure can act as a SAMBA client, you can
stream media from your PC directly to your player. Play standard
and HD media fast and efficiently with no slow down.

Internet Media Servics:

Preset internet services are available to access straight from the
player.

Services such as BBC, YouTube and many more internet
services are available for you to access.

HDMI Digital Output:

With the HDMI interface you can enjoy superb digital video and
audio quality playback on your TV.

Specifications:

Hard Drive Support: SATA HDD
USB Input: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB host x 2
Firmware: Upgradeable
OS Language: English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese and Dutch
Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, LPCM, FLAC, AC3 and DTS
Video Codec: H.264, MKV, WMV9, MPEG 1/2/4, HD DivX, Xvid, FLV and RM/RMVB
Video File: MKV, TS, M2TS, TP, TRP, WMV, IFO, ISO, VOB, DAT, AVI, MPG, MP4, MOV, RM, RMVB, DivX, Xvid
Video Resolution: H.264, MKV, WMV9, TS and HD DivX supports up to 1920 x 1080p 30fps RM/RMVB supports up to 720p

Subtitles: 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)
Remote Control: Yes
Panel Button: Yes
Power Supply: Universal AC 100 ~ 230V 50Hz
Power Rate: DC 12V 2A

Internet Services: YouTube, BBC, Picasa, flickr, RTL, BitTorrent*
Network Services: (Samba) NAS*
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#1
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It MIGHT be £1 cheaper here, as with the 7 quid delivery it comes out as: £83.99 Delivered
http://www.ochw.co.uk/index.php?dispatch=products.view&product_id=29846
I say might, as you need to double check it is the version 2 with the DTS support & internet services before going ahead with it, the site doesn't stress that it is the v2, but from the specs it appears to be,
Loads of paces have the v1 much cheaper, but it does miss out on a good bit of functionality.

It is an interesting player this one,and I am tempted even still, but I have been put off mainly by it being Sumvision, which is a brand which does nothing to inspire confidence (and I wouldn't be keen to buy anything from Bigpockets anyway) - although it seems to offer pretty much everything that the new WD Network model (and others) does, but about 15 or 16 quid cheaper, and of course it is a lot cheaper than a Popcorn Hour.
I have read about some problems with network share access on Windows 7 too, and it hasn't been fixed yet, firmware updates are something Sumvision isn't ever in too much of a rush to sort out as far as I can see :-(

This site has a bit of a discussion on the player (well, mainly the earlier v1 model):
http://www.avforums.com/forums/streamers-network-media-players/1116913-sumvision-cyclone-mkv.html
The web site is http://www.sum-vision.co.uk/productinfo/cyclonemkv/cyclonemkv.asp for more info
#3
thanks for the info nihcaj, have some rep. good spot by the o/p too though,
#4
nihcaj
It MIGHT be £1 cheaper here, as with the 7 quid delivery it comes out as: £83.99 Delivered
http://www.ochw.co.uk/index.php?dispatch=products.view&product_id=29846
I say might, as you need to double check it is the version 2 with the DTS support & internet services before going ahead with it, the site doesn't stress that it is the v2, but from the specs it appears to be,
Loads of paces have the v1 much cheaper, but it does miss out on a good bit of functionality.

It is an interesting player this one,and I am tempted even still, but I have been put off mainly by it being Sumvision, which is a brand which does nothing to inspire confidence (and I wouldn't be keen to buy anything from Bigpockets anyway) - although it seems to offer pretty much everything that the new WD Network model (and others) does, but about 15 or 16 quid cheaper, and of course it is a lot cheaper than a Popcorn Hour.
I have read about some problems with network share access on Windows 7 too, and it hasn't been fixed yet, firmware updates are something Sumvision isn't ever in too much of a rush to sort out as far as I can see :-(

This site has a bit of a discussion on the player (well, mainly the earlier v1 model):
http://www.avforums.com/forums/streamers-network-media-players/1116913-sumvision-cyclone-mkv.html
The web site is http://www.sum-vision.co.uk/productinfo/cyclonemkv/cyclonemkv.asp for more info


Thanks for that great assesment nihcaj! :thumbsup: rep left
#5
Seems to be back available.

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