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Xploder Media Centre (Xbox 360) - 99p Store

£0.99 @ 99P stores
The complete media management solution - watch your DivX, Xvid, MPEG and WMV movies in High Definition (HD) on your Xbox 360. Xploder Media Centre for XBOX 360 is a complete single point PC-based medi…
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
The complete media management solution - watch your DivX, Xvid, MPEG and WMV movies in High Definition (HD) on your Xbox 360. Xploder Media Centre for XBOX 360 is a complete single point PC-based media store for all your movie and music files allowing seamless streaming to your XBOX 360.

Once connected to the PC, on-screen navigation allows you to view your entire digital movie collection via the TV. Simply select the movie you wish to view and Xploder takes care of the rest - converting incompatible files and streaming them to the TV in real-time.

Xploder Media Centre also enables users to import music CDs to MP3 via an "iTunes style" interface, including an online database for Artist, Track and Album names. Scroll through your complete digital music collection via the TV, select your favourite tracks and sit back, Xploder will stream the music from PC to XBOX 360 for playback via surround sound on your TV or AV system.

Xploder Media Centre (Xbox 360) - Features:
Convert all PC-Readable Movie files into streaming TV to be played through the Xbox 360!
Surround Sound Playback!
iTunes Style on screen navigation
HD Capable
Wireless-connection compatible

What's In The Box:
1 x Xploder Media Centre for Xbox 360
1 x 3 Metre Xlink Ethernet Cable


-- I spotted a pile of these today in the Southend on Sea 99p Store. Not being an Xbox 360 owner, I've no idea if these are any good or whether they've been superseded by something else...
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#1
Will this play AVI files?

I have a ethernet from my 360 to my router, so will this be no good?
#2
Saw this in PC World for the same price as well.
#3
andimccann
Will this play AVI files?

I have a ethernet from my 360 to my router, so will this be no good?

just use media centre extender from microsoft or just pop em on flash card and universal card reader and pop it in the front of 360 job done or usb drive 36gb or less and 360 will it
another money saving tip ;-)
#4
Transcode 360 does the same job and is free, but I suppose you are getting a cable for 99p so not a bad deal.
#5
Ha Ha Ha. This is a complete rip off!!!! Just use the free ethernet cable you get free with the machine.
Xbox 360 has the software built in!
#6
Err .... TVersity?

This is free software that I run on my PC and allows me to stream virtually any media to my 360 across the network.
#7
saw these in my shop up the road they sill had the Argos catalog number on them lol
#8
Hard drive plugged into usb on 360 doesnt have to be less than 36gb, i use a 250gb medion drive with divx movies on and it plays them all fine :)
#9
Microsoft released updates after launch through Xbox Live that allowed you to stream DivX (avi) files and iTunes aac files to play on the console. This was probably released before that, and is now redundant. Also, free software is available (eg: TVersity) to allow you to stream and play most media on your 360 that it cannot natively handle.

Only useful for the cable and for those without access to Xbox Live (and have an old machine, aaannd cannot set up TVersity). Still, 99p for the cable isn't too bad :)
#10
If I were to add files to a USB stick AVI, will these play when plugged into the USB on my 360?
#11
andimccann
If I were to add files to a USB stick AVI, will these play when plugged into the USB on my 360?


That should work fine :thumbsup:

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