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I am currently looking at purchasing a Multimedia Hard Drive I wonder if anyone could give me any recommendations for one. I am looking for it to contain the following features: Remote Control … Read More
londonlynxeffect Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
I am currently looking at purchasing a Multimedia Hard Drive I wonder if anyone could give me any recommendations for one.

I am looking for it to contain the following features:

Remote Control
HDMI
USB
Recording Capabilities
Min 1tb capacity
Able to connect to my network by either wireless or ethernet.

Thanks for your help in advance.
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#2
what you are looking for is a "media center PC " or "htpc", A HARD DRIVE IS A COMPONENT INSIDE A PC.
it helps to know that when shopping ;)
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maddogb
what you are looking for is a "media center PC " or "htpc", A HARD DRIVE IS A COMPONENT INSIDE A PC.
it helps to know that when shopping ;)


Sorry I do not think I am explaining myself properly I am looking for something similar to the Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD MultiMedia Player USB, Ethernet, AV + HDMI Connection

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/151065

Has anyone had an experiences with this product or they can recommend something similar?

Many Thanks
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londonlynxeffect
Sorry I do not think I am explaining myself properly I am looking for something similar to the Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB HD MultiMedia Player USB, Ethernet, AV + HDMI Connection

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/151065

Has anyone had an experiences with this product or they can recommend something similar?

Many Thanks


thats a "media player" the recording bit threw me but there is one posted today in deals with tv recording but they are few and far between, you see a lot of sh media players on here etc, don't know if thats a good indication of how good they are..

here it is, aint seen any others but not something i would notice having a htpc
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/509831/emtec-movie-cube-p800-160gb-99-99-c
#5
maddogb
thats a "media player" the recording bit threw me but there is one posted today in deals with tv recording but they are few and far between, you see a lot of sh media players on here etc, don't know if thats a good indication of how good they are..

here it is, aint seen any others but not something i would notice having a htpc
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/509831/emtec-movie-cube-p800-160gb-99-99-c


Thanks for the tip the recording part is not a necessity but would be nice - looking more to back up my dvd's/films with an easy play system hence media player rather than just straight hard drive, and just do not have the time to build my own or the skills.
#6
londonlynxeffect
Thanks for the tip the recording part is not a necessity but would be nice - looking more to back up my dvd's/films with an easy play system hence media player rather than just straight hard drive, and just do not have the time to build my own or the skills.


not sure how user friendly the set up is, shouldn't be too bad:? think you may need to read up on re-encoding dvds on your pc to transfer to the player, other than that hard drive space is important, allow enough for you at decent quality
[email protected] tracks or 10 albums per gigabyte
pictures depends on camera file size
[email protected] quality with good encoding at approx 4 films per 3GB
#7
maddogb
not sure how user friendly the set up is, shouldn't be too bad:? think you may need to read up on re-encoding dvds on your pc to transfer to the player, other than that hard drive space is important, allow enough for you at decent quality
[email protected] tracks or 10 albums per gigabyte
pictures depends on camera file size
[email protected] quality with good encoding at approx 4 films per 3GB


Many Thanks

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