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ZyXEL DMA-1000 Media Streamer from SCAN £32.19 if you have free del else £40.23

£32.19 @ Scan
Now down to £32.19 for TODAY ONLY!!!!! Lowest price on the net by a mile. The Digital Media Streamer allows you to view downloaded and stored media on your TV. Can be used also with Zyxel Homepl… Read More
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Now down to £32.19 for TODAY ONLY!!!!! Lowest price on the net by a mile.

The Digital Media Streamer allows you to view downloaded and stored media on your TV.

Can be used also with Zyxel Homeplug

Benefits
Stream photos and video downloads direct to your TV for viewing
Stream and listen to music downloads directly from your PC to your Hi-Fi
Perfect for streaming High Definition content
Compact, discrete, space saving design

View standard and high definition movies (720p & 1080i) on your HD TV*
Share your digital photo albums direct to your TV
Play your music collection direct from your storage device to your Hi-Fi
Play the latest PodCasts direct to your TV or Hi-Fi
Access and stream downloaded content and archived CDs/DVDs** to your TV or Hi-Fi
Compatible with upscaling HD TV's
Easy remote-control navigation and organisation of your media files
Wide Range of Multimedia Supported
Supports a wide range of multimedia formats to your TV and Hi-Fi, including:
Video Format Support: WMV AVI MPEG 1/2/4 Xvid
Music Format Support: MP3 WMA LPCM WAV AAC
Photo Format Support: JPEG BMP PNG TIFF GIF

High Level of Compatibility
Superior viewing and listening quality through the HDMI and S/PDIF
Microsoft® Windows Media Connect enables easy, hassle-free set-up
Easy to integrate with other devices in your home network using Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) standards
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#1
I was lucky enough to get one of these from PCWorld a few months ago for only £20.

I'm not a "power user" but I find it works fine over my powerline network for xvid/divx playback to a tv via SCART. My only criticism would be that the remote needs a very precise aim from a close distance. Can also playback from SD card etc via the USB port. Which is nice.
#2
It's not WiFi though
#3
Mike_P;6707851
It's not WiFi though

Being HD Video capable, you do want this to be hard wired into your network. If putting in wires is not an option invest in a pair of 2nd hand Homeplugs/Powerline adapters (as little as £25).
#4
Is this simple to use? Seriously tempted for a Christmas present for my dad but he's incapable of using a nmt properly. Will this be easier once I have set it up for him?
#5
preacher;6708608
Is this simple to use? Seriously tempted for a Christmas present for my dad but he's incapable of using a nmt properly. Will this be easier once I have set it up for him?

Sorry, not tried this one personally. May be these links will help...

Reviews: PC Advisor, WebUser & Pocket Lint

[URL="ftp://ftp2.zyxel.com/DMA-1000/user_guide/DMA-1000_1_Ed2.pdf"]Link to user guide[/URL] & [URL="ftp://ftp2.zyxel.com/DMA-1000/support_note/DMA-1000_1.20.pdf"]Support FAQs[/URL]
#6
cheers, ordered one anyway
#7
Hmm. I use comtrend powerline adapters, not homeplugs. I'm guessing this won't work then?

EDIT: Do ou need to run any software on the PC?
#8
tek-monkey
Hmm. I use comtrend powerline adapters, not homeplugs. I'm guessing this won't work then?


should make no difference as its just the ethernet going into the streamer.
#9
Ah! Sorry, thought it meant it actually had a builtin adapter! Bit less of a deal then for me, as I'd need to buy another powerline adapter too. Also seems it can't play DiVX without installing software on the PC, according to the 2007 review anyway. I use a windows home server, and wanted to just use that without running extra stuff.

Still quite cheap for what it is, but I may go for the 1080p one mentioned earlier today.
#10
Heated.

Sorely tempted but i have "Old School" TV. Unless theres a way to connect via scart I am frelled :(
#11
John Locke
Heated.

Sorely tempted but i have "Old School" TV. Unless theres a way to connect via scart I am frelled :(


Comes with a Scart adaptor, so you should be okay.

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