Sumvision Solaris 2 in 1 Freeview decoder box and media player MMC/SD/MS/USB 2.0 Plays JPEG,XVID,DIVX4/5/6,AVI,MP Black - £24.99 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Sumvision Solaris 2 in 1 Freeview decoder box and media player MMC/SD/MS/USB 2.0 Plays JPEG,XVID,DIVX4/5/6,AVI,MP Black - £24.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

£24.99 @ Ebuyer
***for free shipping select 'super saver' delivery at the checkout*** watch all your movies via usb flash or flash card, (or USB 2.0 HDD's according to the ebuyer reviews) extremely simple to use j… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
***for free shipping select 'super saver' delivery at the checkout***
watch all your movies via usb flash or flash card, (or USB 2.0 HDD's according to the ebuyer reviews) extremely simple to use just plug and play. It will support majority of movie file types including the most popular dvix (.avi) which makes the solaris unbeatable value for money as not only do you get the media player the device is also a digital freeview receiver. Ideal for people who dont want a bunch of separate units stacked on top of each other.
Specifications

* Auto Setup + FAST Search system for new channels.
* Electronic Program Guide, able to show TV programs upto 7 days.
* PARENTAL LOCK FACILITY available.
* Subtitles supported.
* Channel manager, able to filter your favorite channels.
* Digtal Teletext.
* Features 3 built-in games.
* Low Power consumption.
* Media Support: MMC, SD, MS and USB 2.
* Connections: 2 x SCART (VCR, TV), Coaxial Digital Audio RF IN,RF OUT, card reader and USB2.0 host.
* Media File: JPEG,XVID,DIVX4/5/6,AVI,MP3
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#1
http://www.mtdistribution.com/images/solaris500.jpg
#2
Doesn't look too bad.
#3
From the ebuyer reveiws it supports USB 2.0 HDD's too :thumbsup:
#4
Just ordered one. Cheers.
#5
Seems interesting, it's a shame the USB is at the front as it wouldn't look very tidy with a USB HDD plugged in all the time. I read the 3 reviews on Ebuyer, it sounds ok, nothing special. The EPG sounds terrible, but I guess for £22.99 it's good for AVI etc. I voted hot based on the media playback alone.
#6
If This Helps.

[COLOR=blue]Looking for reviews on this, the only info (Neg) that I found was that some people had probs with sound on divX. this apparantly is solved by converting the 5.1 sound to 2.1 sound.[/COLOR]

Specification
[LIST]
[*]Aspect Ratio - 16:9 ,4:3
[*]Languages - 8 (max support)
[*]Media Handling - (MP3/JPEG/AVI/DIVX4.0,5.0,6.0)
[*]Interface - 2.0 HOST (MP3/JPEG/AVI/DIVX4.0,5.0,6.0)
[*]FunctionalityHigh quality video performance
[*]Intercorperated QPSK module
[*]MPEG-2 digital and fully DVB compliant
[*]channel TV and radio programs-(OVER 200 channels);
[*]Colors on Screen Display- (256 in normal );
[*]Channel list editing
[*]Parental lock facility by channel
[*]Software upgrading
[*]Timer
[*]Automatically turns on/off by setting function
[*]Implement bookmark function
[*]Teletext ways-VBI or OSD;Subtitle
[*]
[*]Power- -1.5v (core voltage) / <3W(total STB)
[*]AV & Data in-out - TV SCART- video CVBS /RGB, audio L/R output(only for Europe)
[*]VCR SCARTVideo CVBS,audio L/R(only for Europe)
[*]USB PORT-2.0 HOST
[*]CARD READER -SD/MMC/MS.
[*]Memory - Flash 8 Megabits;SDRAM 4 Megabits x 16 bits
[*]Video Resolution- [email protected] [email protected]
[*]Profile Level - MPEG-2 [email protected]
[*]MPEG Decoder - SUNPLIS SPHE1002
[*]Transmission range - ISO/IEC 13818-1 MPEG-2
[*]Carrier Frequency- -2K and 8K
[*]Modulation method - COFDM
[*]Channels- -SUNPLUS SPDC210
[*]Signal Input - -78~ - 20dBm
[*]Frequency Range - VHF-H 174-230MHZ, UHF 470-860MHZ
[*]Audio Decoding - MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, layer 1 and 2 (PCML+R output)[/LIST]
#7
does ths play mp4 or mpeg4?
#8
Hot & even without the Freeview, a very useful gadget. Well done, OP!!
#9
I'm looking for something similar to this but with freeview record feature. Anyone like to suggest one.

It must have divx capability too.
#10
I've had this for about 2 years now. I don't use the freeview, I plug a 1tb external harddrive into it to play films etc.
It's great.

It doesn't play AC3 sound or .mkv files, or some encodes of .avi, though I can't remember which ones. Does play the majority though. Also, it organises the files/folders into Edited Most Recently, not alphabetical.

When I try play videos from a 2gb flash drive, only the first few minutes will play - I'm pretty sure you have to use a mains powered hdd with it.
#11
Hmmm, scart connections - not exactly sterling picture quality
#12
Voted hot for the bit of kit for that price but not for the £2 off lol
#13
nice just ordered one got free shipping :P not paying £10 lol.
#14
voted hot,good deal 4 me!
#15
What formats does this support?

I see JPEG,XVID,DIVX4/5/6,AVI,MP3.

What about mkv, mp4, mpeg2? Can I pump any size video resolution into this or does it require certain sizes?

Also found http://www.ebuyer.com/product/167205 which is similar minus the freeview but does support hd.
#16
If only I could get something like this that outputs to a pc monitor as well as a tv.
#17
mamboboy
Looks like a nice little gadget, free delivery too. Perfect for hooking up to an external hard drive :)


heres another for £15 - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/175291

anyone know one a similar price that plays mkv?
#18
Greyman
I'm looking for something similar to this but with freeview record feature. Anyone like to suggest one.

It must have divx capability too.


I'm sure google would be more then willing to suggest one.
#19
Greyman
I'm looking for something similar to this but with freeview record feature.

Indeed, stream recording is very simple to implement in software, so it is a shame that this one cannot do it. I would like to have a DVD drive, too, either built in or external via USB.

Unfortunately all multi-functional devices seem to suck in one way or another, unlike even cheap as chips Freeview boxes which are perfectly usable. Let me know if you find one that doesn't suck.
#20
Seems this device does a few things, but doesn't excel in any. At this price fine. Not sure why you would buy it, maybe for a spare room non HD TV?
#21
spudgun
Seems this device does a few things, but doesn't excel in any. At this price fine. Not sure why you would buy it, maybe for a spare room non HD TV?


Quite useful for someone like me that isn't bothered about HD.
#22
Seems an OK deal but the lack of component or HDMI puts me off.
#23
nice find...having the freeview is a bonus aswell :P
For those that want one that plays mkv files and supports alot more stuff,then this is what you need
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188647
#24
imdave
Seems an OK deal but the lack of component or HDMI puts me off.


Whilst I respect your opinion, people can quite easily pay this price for an HDMI cable alone :thumbsup:
#25
Wow. what a great little gadget. Voted hot.

Just a shame it doesnt have HDMI support.
#26
imdave
Seems an OK deal but the lack of component or HDMI puts me off.


This product lacks some of the connectivity of the one in the OPs post but has HDMI and can record to external storage for a few quid more:

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4291660/art/sigmatek/dvbr-162-hdmi-digital-tv.html?srcid=867
#27
andyxl987
This product lacks some of the connectivity of the one in the OPs post but has HDMI and can record to external storage for a few quid more:

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4291660/art/sigmatek/dvbr-162-hdmi-digital-tv.html?srcid=867


So, that's £30.40 for a different proposition. then? :whistling: (this is ebuyers 'deal of the day')
#28
I was replying to imdave (and also comments earlier regarding recording) - if the extra features are required then that alternative is a decent price for £7 more; I do not consider the alternative a 'hot' deal otherwise I would have created a new post rather than a reply.
#29
andyxl987
I was replying to imdave (and also comments earlier regarding recording) - if the extra features are required then that alternative is a decent price for £7 more; I do not consider the alternative a 'hot' deal otherwise I would have created a new post rather than a reply.


i didn't want to eat you! :thumbsup:
#30
Voted hot
#31
This is a good deal if you don't have a HD telly, but if you do, then you may as well just get a DVI/VGA/HDMI lead and connect your laptop to it. No worries about incompatible codecs, etc.
#32
The price has now increased by £2 to £24.99 (this was on 'deal of the day') The free shipping seems to be intact still. ;-)
#33
this is ideal for buying for the parents who still have old teles! i can then take my HD's round and they have something to play them on
#34
andyxl987
This product lacks some of the connectivity of the one in the OPs post but has HDMI and can record to external storage for a few quid more:

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/4291660/art/sigmatek/dvbr-162-hdmi-digital-tv.html?srcid=867


shame it is from pixmania

worst company I have ever dealt with
#35
stuffies
nice find...having the freeview is a bonus aswell :P
For those that want one that plays mkv files and supports alot more stuff,then this is what you need
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188647


3x the cost and without the freeview, shame they don't do this unit with freeview included, that really would rock

BTW I have 2 of these sumvision cyclones and they are really nice, HDMI, NTFS external HDD, mkv, xvid/divx, most wmv, network connectivity, completely silent as it doesn't contain a fan - allegedly also supports youtube and DTS but I don't use these so can't confirm
#36
huggychair
Whilst I respect your opinion, people can quite easily pay this price for an HDMI cable alone :thumbsup:

True, well sort of. Anyone paying any more than £10 for a 0.75m-3m HDMI cable are wasting their money.
#37
dandandandan
This is a good deal if you don't have a HD telly, but if you do, then you may as well just get a DVI/VGA/HDMI lead and connect your laptop to it. No worries about incompatible codecs, etc.


Great idea! If laptops received freeview, of course!:oops:
#38
Great deal unless you live in N. Ireland :(
#39
spamcan61
Quite useful for someone like me that isn't bothered about HD.


Like 90-95% of the entire planet perhaps???

Actually I take that back, like 90-95% that will always watch, until the end of time, SD and nothing else, but still have a HD TV. Because you've got to be HD ready.....
#40
craigstephens
Great idea! If laptops received freeview, of course!:oops:


Mine does:whistling:

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