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D-Link DSM-330 Wireless DivX HD Media Player £58.63
D-Link DSM-330 Wireless DivX HD Media Player £58.63

D-Link DSM-330 Wireless DivX HD Media Player £58.63

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D-Link's DivX Connected HD Media Player lets you stream HD digital content from your networked PCs so that you can enjoy your music, videos and photos on your entertainment system.
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High Definition DivX Video
DivX Connected finally makes HD on your TV a reality with high-quality DivX video playback at up to HD 720p. Use HDMI (included) for the best quality or S-video, component or composite cables for your standard definition TV or HDTV.

Power to the PC
Leverage your PC power and enjoy fast, smooth, stutter-free video, music and photo playback in a rich, remote-controlled TV interface1, and add new functionality with a quick update to the DivX Connected server software. The DSM-330s only function is to stream media to your TV, making it infinitely scalable with add-on services3 and plug-ins.

Easy Setup
The installation wizard helps you connect the DSM-330 to your network and TV, as well as set up and scan your media. It comes with all necessary cables and DivX Convertera simple software program4 to convert videos to the DivX format on your PC.

Foundation of Your Digital Home
Add the DSM-330 to your wired or wireless home network and access media from all your PCs, hard drives and the Internet. Stream music, photos and video using wireless 802.11g or an Ethernet connection and enjoy the high-quality media experience in your home theater.

1. Use wired connection for improved media performance. Additional hardware, software or services may be required to access online media.
2. Remotely accessing certain content over your home network may be limited by content protection mechanisms and require authorization from content owner/service provider. See D-Link Tech Support site for supported DRM solutions.
3. Services will vary; content restrictions may apply. Wireless and network performance varies with specific hardware and software configurations, usage and environmental interference. Use wired connection for improved media performance.
4. Includes DivX Converter software for easy conversion of files to DivX. Supports MPEG-1, WMV 7-9, DivX 3-6, Xvid, MJPEG, Motion JPEG.

15 Comments

Very good bit of kit - I paid £130 for mine when it came out and it works very well wirelessly streaming avi/divx files from my PC to bedroom TV. Highly recommended at just under £60!

hi, how will it connect to my full hd 1080p tv?
if I play a blu ray disk in my pc will ethernet handle it?

thks

This should connect over HDMI.
It probably won't be able to play a Blu-Ray disk from your computer as there are DRM issues.

This is older tech, over 2 years, and so it might be worth checking out what's coming up (Popbox, Boxee Box, FreeAgent Theater+ et c.)

nicp01;7553690

hi, how will it connect to my full hd 1080p tv?if I play a blu ray disk … hi, how will it connect to my full hd 1080p tv?if I play a blu ray disk in my pc will ethernet handle it?thks



It connects via HDMI to your TV - I'm sure a HDMI cable was provided in the box. I dont believe it will stream discs (DVD/Blu-ray) in your PC drive, but will stream films from your hard drive. i.e. if you have ripped your blu-ray / dvd to hard disc in DivX format, this should play ok if connected to your PC by a fast enough wired connection. It wont steam ISO's or MKV files though - it's really best for DivX.

For a couple of quid more, its probably worth buying this: expansys.com/d.a…127

Hisense 1080p HD TV Media Player
Turn your USB drive / NAS into an HD media player, allowing you to watch your favourite HD movies on your HDMI TV. You can also plug it into your ethernet network!

- Support Full HD: 1080P
- Maximum Stream Rate: 800Mbps
- All Video Format: Real Audio RM/RMVB, WMV9(VC-1), MkV (H.264), FLV, 3GP
- All Audio DTS-HD 5.1, Dolby, True-HD
- DLNA - UPnP / Network Neighbourhood
- Support both FAT / NTFC formatted USB Storage Device
- Remote control included

many thks for all the info and links...I will look at them...
what I really want is an lg bd390 but still too much ££

Sootie;7554144

For a couple of quid more, its probably worth buying this: … For a couple of quid more, its probably worth buying this: http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=186127Hisense 1080p HD TV Media PlayerTurn your USB drive / NAS into an HD media player, allowing you to watch your favourite HD movies on your HDMI TV. You can also plug it into your ethernet network!- Support Full HD: 1080P- Maximum Stream Rate: 800Mbps- All Video Format: Real Audio RM/RMVB, WMV9(VC-1), MkV (H.264), FLV, 3GP - All Audio DTS-HD 5.1, Dolby, True-HD- DLNA - UPnP / Network Neighbourhood- Support both FAT / NTFC formatted USB Storage Device- Remote control included


how do they do this for the money? looks an interesting bit of kit

nicp01;7555043

how do they do this for the money? looks an interesting bit of kit



Review: avforums.com/for…tml
AVForums thread: avforums.com/for…tml

There's usually a £5 off voucher floating around for Expansys if you Google around.

why not just buy an old xbox plus wireless adaptor and job done

Sootie;7554144

For a couple of quid more, its probably worth buying this: … For a couple of quid more, its probably worth buying this: http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=186127Hisense 1080p HD TV Media PlayerTurn your USB drive / NAS into an HD media player, allowing you to watch your favourite HD movies on your HDMI TV. You can also plug it into your ethernet network!- Support Full HD: 1080P- Maximum Stream Rate: 800Mbps- All Video Format: Real Audio RM/RMVB, WMV9(VC-1), MkV (H.264), FLV, 3GP - All Audio DTS-HD 5.1, Dolby, True-HD- DLNA - UPnP / Network Neighbourhood- Support both FAT / NTFC formatted USB Storage Device- Remote control included



But this doesn't have wireless support does it? This needs to be wired in?

zaheer2003;7555727

why not just buy an old xbox plus wireless adaptor and job done


better yet a ps3
never quite understood the necessity of these things when consoles exist but each to their own I guess

Pookiepoo;7559914

better yet a ps3 never quite understood the necessity of these things … better yet a ps3 never quite understood the necessity of these things when consoles exist but each to their own I guess



It's for multi room mate, cant (well I guess you can) have a console in every room... My PS3 is in the lounge, but this wireless device is in the bedroom... I did think about getting another PS3 for the bedroom, but its too big for the bedroom and also has some problems with streaming some AVI / DivX files. This device plays every DivX/AVI file I throw at it without question. This is nice and small, sits on top of the TV and serves it's purpose very well. At £60 it's also a lot cheaper than another PS3.
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