Nano HD TV Digital Mini Media Player - Full 1080p Playback 7DS £22.99 @ 7dayshop
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Nano HD TV Digital Mini Media Player - Full 1080p Playback 7DS £22.99 @ 7dayshop

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Found 25th Apr 2013
A great device for turning your HD TV into a Home Cinema, allowing you to play virtually any downloaded content on your hard drive/memory card in HD on your TV!

This Media Player Adapter is a USB 2.0 1080p Full HD HDMI media player adapter. The Media Player can also enhance and upscale standard movie video quality to 1080p resolution.

Simply plug in and play any of your favourite movies, photos or even music via your chosen port, i.e. from the USB or SD card slots. The HDMI output just goes from player straight into the back of your TV and you are ready to go.

Brilliant for taking on holiday (kids fave movies without piles of DVDs!), heading to a friends house or simply chilling at home, this is a one-stop tidy solution.

Multi Media Player Adapter supports virtually all video formats with resolution up to 1080p, photo formats and music formats (see below for full details). There is even a quality remote control supplied that comes with all the basic buttons: rewind, fast forward and pause etc, as well as zoom, volume, menu buttons.

Technical Specs:
Features:
- USB host port
- LED light (Blue=On)
- IR Receiver
- SD/MMC/MS card slot
- Composite AV port
- HDMI port
- Power supply jack & Power supply
- Reads hard drives formatted in FAT32 and NTFS
- supports hard drives up to 1TB and SD/MS cards up to 64GB
- Also plays subtitle files as well as loop videos.

Input:
Supported codec:
RM/RMVB/AVI/DIVX/MKV/MOV/HDMOV/MP4/PMP/AVC/FLV/ VOB/MPG/DAT/MPEG/H.264/MPEG1/2/4, WMV
Video Output: HDMI output to 1080P, Composite (AV)

What's in the box?
1 x Full HD Media Player
1 x User Guide
1 x AC Adapter
1 x Composite connection cable
1 x Remote control battery included

56 Comments

How's about sending the get deal link to the deal instead of this page oO

Could you adapt the usb port to ethrrnet and run movies via a central hard drive via home plugs?

Shame it only supports up to 1Tb, really need something like this though.

Heat

just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she could survive without it. heat added for this

How do these compare to the sumvison cylcone micro 3? That is a great bit of kit, i need another one for my gf so if this is as good, its about £10 cheap so will buy it.

whilst the price may be good i'd be well careful with these

i bought one before from some firm on amazon. Piece of junk lasted two days, sent it back, took about a month to get a replacement, then the one they sent out the power supply snapped in half.

Awful

got one - thanks!

Savage1999uk

just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she … just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she could survive without it. heat added for this



Phew sounds like you saved her bacon there.

heat added

Playlist ability?

smolloy2002

Could you adapt the usb port to ethrrnet and run movies via a central … Could you adapt the usb port to ethrrnet and run movies via a central hard drive via home plugs?


Interesting idea.

welshblob

Phew sounds like you saved her bacon there.


Now she'll just be hogging the TV...

*Oink* *Oink*

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smolloy2002

Could you adapt the usb port to ethrrnet and run movies via a central … Could you adapt the usb port to ethrrnet and run movies via a central hard drive via home plugs?



no you'd need to pay a bit more for network capability

good price
the down side, is 1TB Max and that it is not a real HD player but upscaling one
am tempted to buy one, but given how those cheap ones tend to have big problems later on ..i rather pay £20-40 more and buy decent one from a trusted brand when it goes in sale

greenmachine12

How do these compare to the sumvison cylcone micro 3?.



These are the same as the micro/micro 2. Same mainboard, just a re-badge.

greenmachine12

How do these compare to the sumvison cylcone micro 3? That is a great bit … How do these compare to the sumvison cylcone micro 3? That is a great bit of kit, i need another one for my gf so if this is as good, its about £10 cheap so will buy it.



i have the sumvision with built in 8 gig hard drive in white cost me £30 but good price for a media player that plays mkv etc
but never had a prob with sumvision media players

Do I just plug my external hd into this with all the movies on it and it does all the magic? Simple as that?

I have an earlier sumvison cylcone micro which is great but some of the newer formats do nto work on it, will certainly be getting one of these. Thanks!

Am I right in thinking I could use this instead of burning my stuff to DVD? Would it just be acase of sticking films etc on to a USB stick and plugging the stick into this?
Thanks

pawl

i have the sumvision with built in 8 gig hard drive in white cost me … i have the sumvision with built in 8 gig hard drive in white cost me £30 but good price for a media player that plays mkv etcbut never had a prob with sumvision media players



The one you have is the cyclone mirco 3. Its a cracking bit of kit.

Krooner, if this is just a micro/micro 2 and has been rebadged, i would recommend people pay the little more and get a mirco 3.

Its well worth it, and via the HDMI cables its a lot better picture. With the micro/micro2, you get many problems with it not playing formats correctly.

Since i have got the mirco 3, i havent had any problems at all. Its played everything i have thrown at it.

hearts

Am I right in thinking I could use this instead of burning my stuff to … Am I right in thinking I could use this instead of burning my stuff to DVD? Would it just be acase of sticking films etc on to a USB stick and plugging the stick into this?Thanks



Yes, way easier than messing around with dvds. Just get a TB hard drive and just fill it up. Would recommend getting the sumvison cyclone micro 3 though

sportythief

How's about sending the get deal link to the deal instead of this page oO



How's about cutting the guy a break for posting a deal oO

greenmachine12

Yes, way easier than messing around with dvds. Just get a TB hard drive … Yes, way easier than messing around with dvds. Just get a TB hard drive and just fill it up. Would recommend getting the sumvison cyclone micro 3 though


Can't comment on the model in OP, but the cyclone micro 3 won't miss a beat, outputs 5.1 and has a little storage. Can be had for £33.34 at ebuyer HERE.
Heat added though for the price on op

Which sumvision media player do you recommend?

ahhh - now the negative reviews start coming in...after i have bought one...
oh well - i guess i will try it out anyway...

Possible hijacking of the thread but, what's the cheapest unit that will playback streamed 3d bluray isos on a gigabit home network? Cheers.

thinner

Possible hijacking of the thread but, what's the cheapest unit that will … Possible hijacking of the thread but, what's the cheapest unit that will playback streamed 3d bluray isos on a gigabit home network? Cheers.



mede8er.eu/en/…x3d

scan.co.uk/pro…ort

Just got one on these to replace my Popbox V8.

Superb piece of kit.X)

Wow, this is just what I need for watching all my amateur home videos of me and the wife in Full HD!

BrianRobertsSpeaking

Wow, this is just what I need for watching all my amateur home videos of … Wow, this is just what I need for watching all my amateur home videos of me and the wife in Full HD!



There is always a weird one.:|

BrianRobertsSpeaking

Wow, this is just what I need for watching all my amateur home videos of … Wow, this is just what I need for watching all my amateur home videos of me and the wife in Full HD!



Send them to me and i'll convert them into the format of your choice... ive still got some of your old ones!

great price though

i have micro 2 +'s a primus 1 and 2 and all play everything i throw at em (sumvision)

If your looking for a media player stay away from these cheap ones, I have had an Xenta one and a Sumvision Micro, they are ok for the price.. but you get what you pay for, remote sensitivity is awful, no DTS passthrough (if you have a 5.1. setup), no software updates, buggy, does not play movie files or will jerk/stutter, or will play video but not the sound etc.. I have since bought a WDTV Live, regular updates, nice user interface, built in Wi-Fi, remote control has excellent ergonomics and sensitivity, advanced customisations i.e. subtitle font size, location etc, DTS pass through, compatible with anything you through at it.. highly recommended, see link for full features: wdc.com/en/…330

For 118 quid, it bleeding should be good!!!

hoggypotter

http://www.mede8er.eu/en/index.php?d=600x3dhttp://www.scan.co.uk/products/mede8er-med600x3d-high-definition-3d-multimedia-player-with-realtek-1186-chipset-full-3d-iso-supportJust got one on these to replace my Popbox V8.Superb piece of kit.X)

sh1no8i

If your looking for a media player stay away from these cheap ones, I … If your looking for a media player stay away from these cheap ones, I have had an Xenta one and a Sumvision Micro, they are ok for the price.. but you get what you pay for, remote sensitivity is awful, no DTS passthrough (if you have a 5.1. setup), no software updates, buggy, does not play movie files or will jerk/stutter, or will play video but not the sound etc.. I have since bought a WDTV Live, regular updates, nice user interface, built in Wi-Fi, remote control has excellent ergonomics and sensitivity, advanced customisations i.e. subtitle font size, location etc, DTS pass through, compatible with anything you through at it.. highly recommended, see link for full features: http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.aspx?id=330



micro 2, onwards have all been great for me, simple interface, never any issues with the remotes, yes the WDTV has boxart which is tempting, but its more than double the price. and the 2+ had DTS passthrough added and anyone buying one would find it hard to find the older version 2 anyway, 2+ all the way..

Raspberry Pi costs £25 and is a hell of a lot more powerful..




Savage1999uk

just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she … just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she could survive without it. heat added for this

Savage1999uk

just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she … just bought one if these to play peppa pig in the US. don't think she could survive without it. heat added for this



Playback is a bit streaky.

DudeyGeeza

micro 2, onwards have all been great for me, simple interface, never any … micro 2, onwards have all been great for me, simple interface, never any issues with the remotes, yes the WDTV has boxart which is tempting, but its more than double the price. and the 2+ had DTS passthrough added and anyone buying one would find it hard to find the older version 2 anyway, 2+ all the way..



Thanks for your reply, yes your right, it is more than twice the price but in my experience it is worth the brand value and service offered by WD i.e. regular updates adding more to the compatibility list of files supported, enhancing the user experience with additional features, software bugs, plenty of user support from forums, you can even install a custom OS altogether if you want to be more technical, and the boxart you mention just makes your library of films that much more appealing too. One of my favourite features - this may be insignificant to most people but if you like having subtitles in your movies or watch a lot of foreign films (Korean films are awesome btw) you can move the subtitle up or down and change the font size.. as most movies are 2:35 widescreen your left with black bars on top and bottom - stick the subs there and it doesn't get in the way of the video! brilliant.

I'm sure the micro 2+ has had many improvements over the version I had a while back now, however if you want quality assurance I would recommend the WD for longevity.
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