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  • Excelent product

    posted by eddor1614

    Great device. Worked as expected out of the box.It is a Visson or MBX ATV-101 and there are some good firmwares out there. It came with many applications preloaded and after a few updates everything is ok. quality of box and all the cables is good
    delivery took more than expected, seemed like a year. but the box worth it.
    I highly recommend this box. It has all you
  • Good Product - Great 3D Media Player- Android OS not good

    posted by 3dtvlover

    Well finished product. Works well as network media player - 3D works well with 3D TV
    I have tried to go to website to see if any firmware updates but info on wbsite seems to be quite old.
    As a 3D media player its very good value for money. The Andoid Operating System lets it down if you are hoping to use it to turn your TV into a smart TV unless the firmware is improved.
  • Seems Great so far!

    posted by dathhu

    I received my DiyoMate S10 today, YAY!I've just begun testing on it, so far it seems very promising.DVD Playback:Plays ordinary DVDs, DVD ISO files and directories with DVD structure all perfectly with all menus etc. I don't have a BD to test, I'll have to see if I can borrow one to try it out.File Formats:It has played everything I've thrown at it: MKV, MP4, AVI, DVD ISO, TS recorded from TV card, MP3, DTS & DD sound etc. I'll have to see if I have some other types to give them a try.Subtitles:So far I've tried SRT and ASS subs that were embedded in an MKV. Both have worked, however the ASS subs lose all their style, formatting, position etc.The colour, size and position of the subs can be changed, however I can't change the font but its alright though, its easily readable.Menus:Already came with English set as the default language. All the menus are laid out in an intuitive manner, all seem to work fairly well. The English seems good, haven't seen any weird translations yet. Speed is good, no major delays when performing operations. Setup options are self explanatory, easy as to set up and use with options for different display resolutions, PAL/NTSC, display frequency.Disk Reading:I've tried my USB portable hard drive. It reads NTFS with no problems. When you browse through the contents it take a second or two to read the file information before you can play the file but you can change files without having to wait. Once its read the info from the file it displays a preview, you can then hit play and watch it fullscreen.If you select a folder with DVD file structure it asks if you want to play the folder, which then plays like a proper DVD with menus etc.It has a copy option which allows you to copy files between USB, SD Card, Network share etc. Haven't tried it out yet but it looks the goods.Playback:There is a slight delay before audio kicks in when you try to play a file, but this just might be my amp trying to work out which format its playing.Video playback is crisp and clear, no dramas there. Fast forwarding, rewinding all works fairly cleanly.Music playback works well enough, it plays through the files in a directory one after another. You can't set up a playlist though, but I haven't tried m3u lists or anything yet to see if they work. I don't know if there is a random option, I haven't looked yet.Network:I haven't tried the networking feature yet, I'll have to hunt up a long enough cable and give it a good test. The manual it comes with says the WIFI dongle needed is USB RTK8187B. I'll have to look that up and maybe see if anyone I know has a USB dongle that I can try out.From the menus, you can set it to use DHCP, or manually enter the IP, Gateway, DNS server etc settings yourself.Once I've found a decent length of cable I'll give it a go and see if it can read my Samba shares on my linux box.
    Overall it seems like a good little unit so far, once I've networked it up it should be great and hopefully if it can read BD as well I'll be extremely happy!
  • Very "special" and awsome Linux-Android player

    posted by thlemaxos

    Amazing player.This is the future of tv.The linux is the real "power" of this player. Actually it must consider as a Set-Top-Box rather than Android media player. So to list the pros
    HD video plays really smooth.
    Navigation is fast and smooth.
    The remote control is awsome, full fuctional and with fast responce.
    Support wireless usb mouse (included) amd wire/wireless keyboard.
    Google market is possible to install with some tweaks
    You can install any android app which support arm architecture
    Speacial features works under Linux
    Really linux os like ubuntu is possible to install from an expert with great understanding of the architecture.
    Also there are ways to root this device, but requires expert skills, but you don t need to root this device.
    In case you want to chance Android ROM there is no reasson for that because is has one of the best ROM for Arm. Many others ROMs don t play flash
    This is a really awsome Set Top Box. It has great price. If the supplier make a few modifacation it will be even better. The Linux Os is the real thing.
    Great product!!!!!
  • A practical way of turning a TV into an Android machine

    posted by fkereki

    Very simple installation. If you are used to Android phones and tablets, you'll have it working very soon. Can install software from the Google Play store, so you can add any apps you might want.Can connect via HDMI or via component cables, so you can use it with modern and older TVs.WiFi and Ethernet connections available. It allows for HD video playing through hardware acceleration with no "hiccups".
    Get yourself a wireless keyboard --one that includes a touchpad-- and the player instantly becomes far more usable.Remember to set it up for the correct screen resolution.Configure the Google Play Store in order to be able to install more apps.You may want to change the default video player; my own favorite is "MX PLAYER".
    A good buy for its price. No problems at all reproducing video or music. Can also be used as a giant-sized Android tablet, but an alternate keyboard/mouse is a must.

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