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Sumvision media player, jusy £18.29 delivered from 7dayshop.com

£18.29 @ 7dayShop
A wee bit cheaper than ebuyer or amazon with free delivery. These media players get a great write up. Some specs in the next post.
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A wee bit cheaper than ebuyer or amazon with free delivery.

These media players get a great write up.



Some specs in the next post.
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#1
Simply plug in and play any of your favourite movies, photos or even music via your chosen port, I.E from the USB or SD/Memory Stick card slots. The HDMi output just goes from the Sumvison Cyclone straight into the back of your TV and you are ready to go.
Brilliant for taking on holiday (kids fave movies without piles of DVDs!), heading to a friends house or simply chilling at home, this is a one-stop tidy solution.
The Sumvision Cyclone Micro HD Movie Player supports virtually all Video formats with resolution up to 1080p (such as AVI, MPEGS, DIVX, XVID etc); JPEG, BMP, GIF photo formats and WMA, MP3 for music formats. There is even a quality remote control supplied that comes with all the basic buttons: rewind, fast forward and pause etc, as well as zoom, volume, menu buttons.

Please note: The Sumvision Cyclone Micro HD Movie Player does not currently support MP4 files

What's in the box?
Sumvision Cyclone Micro HD Movie Player
DC Mains Adaptor
Composite AV Cable
CD Manual
Remote Control

Technical Specs:

Media storage support:
USB devices with file systems: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS only SD, MMC, SD and SDHC Memory card devices with only FAT and FAT32
Video:
MPEG1/2/4 (MPG, VOB, AVI), DIVX (AVI), XVID (AVI), resolution up to 720 x 480 30fps / 720 x 576 25fps.
Audio:
MP3, WMA and OGG
Photo:
JPEG, BMP and GIF “Supports 1080p when used with a HDMI output to your TV”
Other format:
ISO “only supports the above media files”
Subtitle:
SRT/SM/SSA/SUB
Functions:
Playback, copy, delete and reformat (copy and reformat FAT and FAT32 only)
Input Connections:
1 x USB2.0
1 x SD/MMC/MS Card
Output Connections:
1 x HDMI 1.3 (Up to 1080p)
1 x Composite (A/V)
OS Language:
English, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian and Dutch
DC Power:
5V 2A
#2
http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/Full/A90JR.JPG
#3
Cheaper at Dealtastic?
#4
Great but what about the MKV format of your backed up blue rays? :)
#5
personal opinion - avoid they're garbage! just spend the extra and get a decent media player u pay cheap u get cheap. it claims HDMI upscaling the quality output is jumpy and really low res compared to my new media player using the same files.
#6
this is the 1st version isn't it?
#7
Shock
this is the 1st version isn't it?


lol ur hoping for V2 under £70 aren't u? haha
#8
MKV? that'll be another hundred bucks, or maybe 200.

scorpweb? fair point, still gonna give it a go cos i need something for the bedroom telly.

shock, yes I think it is the first version
#9
I have one of these, only got it 5 weeks or so ago, has handled nearly everything I have thrown at it except for MKV, but i would buy some black tape to tape over the LED light as it is very bright... the small remote can be a bit of a fiddle in the dark, but I still love it... have it connected to a 250gb 2.5" usb powered hard drive that I recovered out of a broken laptop... works like a treat..
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scorpweb
Shock
this is the 1st version isn't it?
lol ur hoping for V2 under £70 aren't u? haha
i would be - updated version is only 35quid or so
these are regularly this price or less.
zoombits has for 18.50 atm and you can always get 10% off and usually more
just enter any random letters in promo box and they say its rubbish but offer you 10% instead

anyone knows the cheapest iso player with hdmi id be interested :)

Edited By: brilly on Jan 06, 2011 22:44
#11
is this

"A greeeat bit of kit"

and does it

"Play everything you throw at it"

....twits
#12
The v2 of this which is about £30 at Scan is actually very good, got my sister one for christmas and the quality was perfect for the cost.
#13
The Version 2 of this device does MKV and ISO as well. Ordered this one from Amazon at £19 and sent it back(did not have any issues, worked well), now ordered v2 instead. If you are looking for something that not only does the job but looks expensive as well, this is not the device for you. It is china made (where else?) very small, not shiny (;-))and remote looks like one from Poundshop.
#14
ndigits
The Version 2 of this device does MKV and ISO as well. Ordered this one from Amazon at £19 and sent it back(did not have any issues, worked well), now ordered v2 instead. If you are looking for something that not only does the job but looks expensive as well, this is not the device for you. It is china made (where else?) very small, not shiny (;-))and remote looks like one from Poundshop.
cant see iso mentioned anywhere for the v2.
i see it mentioned for this model but i cant remember anyone ever actually commenting on using it.
i assume its not going to be menu support either but can anyone confirm that a main film uncompressed dvd iso should play perfectly on this player with proper subtitle support?... and i guess the same question for v2 after ndigits comment.
#15
brilly
scorpweb
Shock
this is the 1st version isn't it?
lol ur hoping for V2 under £70 aren't u? haha

i would be - updated version is only 35quid or so
these are regularly this price or less.
zoombits has for 18.50 atm and you can always get 10% off and usually more
just enter any random letters in promo box and they say its rubbish but offer you 10% instead

anyone knows the cheapest iso player with hdmi id be interested :)


Currently £16.65 delivered at Zoombits using the 'Brilly method' :)
1 Like #16
Cold. Spelt 'just' incorrectly in the title.
1 Like #17
mr.potato_head
Cold. Spelt 'just' incorrectly in the title.


Cold because it's cheaper elesewhere -not for spelting mistakes....

If it a misspelt word hurts you that much spam the deal :)
1 Like #18
mr.potato_head
Cold. Spelt 'just' incorrectly in the title.

If you mean that I "spelled" a word incorrectly, I will take it on my very hard and substantial chin.

However, I understand that "spelt" is a type of grain, similar to wheat.

Therefore, I must now boil you and chip you and mash you up.
1 Like #19
scrumpypaul
mr.potato_head
Cold. Spelt 'just' incorrectly in the title.


If you mean that I "spelled" a word incorrectly, I will take it on my very hard and substantial chin.

However, I understand that "spelt" is a type of grain, similar to wheat.

Therefore, I must now boil you and chip you and mash you up.


Actually spelt is the English past tense for spell, spelled is how it is written in America - and last time I looked this was HotUKdeals.com not HotUSdeals.com ;)

But I'll admit a typo is a very poor reason to vote cold.

Now wheres that Cider :)
#20
Does anyone have a link to the cheapest way of getting the updated version please?

thanks
#21
rutters
Does anyone have a link to the cheapest way of getting the updated version please?

thanks


http://www.scan.co.uk seems to be the cheapest place to get the better version.

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