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WTD Media player for my TV

Albon Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi

I am after a media player for my TV
My TV does not have HDMI.

Idealy would like it to be abule to play MKV AVI DIVX XVID ISO H264 etc.

With or without hard drive but if not with hard drive then USB2.

Let me know what you have and price please inc post and what payment method you can take.
Anyone with 0-5 feedback or - feedback I would expect to post first or come to an agreement of half now half when I recive the item

Thanks for looking
Albon Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months agoFeedback:13 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I would advise you look for a secondhand XBox (1st generation) and load XMBC software, which is free. I have sold mine, as I now use an Apple Mac Mini running XMBC's product called Plex. You should be able to pick up one of these for under £50. You can buy a component output adaptor, which will give 720p quality with no problem.
#2
Afterburner
I would advise you look for a secondhand XBox (1st generation) and load XMBC software, which is free. I have sold mine, as I now use an Apple Mac Mini running XMBC's product called Plex. You should be able to pick up one of these for under £50. You can buy a component output adaptor, which will give 720p quality with no problem.


as he said, I have a original XBox with XMBC - brilliant software plays any format you throw at it. love the biut where if connected to tinternet goes to IMDB and downloads synopsis of movie etc.
#3
Thanks for the advice.

I was though realy looking for somthing that I could use to put a memory stick into and just go as the tv is miles away from the comp.
#4
Albon
Thanks for the advice.

I was though realy looking for somthing that I could use to put a memory stick into and just go as the tv is miles away from the comp.

As long as you can connect your XBox to the PC via a network cable through your router (or you can buy a wireless adapter for the XBox) then you can drive the TV from data contained on your PC. Otherwise I can't think of any solution that provides you with what is effectively a memory-stick reader for a TV.
#5
there are a few on ebay, and maplins sell one for i think 39.99 these take usb storage devices however they do not play MKV's or HDMI, the MKV players tend to range from 60 quid upwards and then you are getting into WD TV territory

do a search for media players on ebay mate to get some ideas :thumbsup:
#6
Hightly reccommend a WDTV player, plays anything u throw at it and works with Composite or HDMI.
#7
FTM
Hightly reccommend a WDTV player, plays anything u throw at it and works with Composite or HDMI.


One of the many points for the WDTV is I can use it on my normal TV now and on my HD TV when I get one (Soon I hope). I would love a Popcorn Hour but just can not afford one.
#8
Good luck finding one, i got one for £45 from someone on here and best £45 i have spent.
#9
bump one anyone?

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