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  • A good ultra portable media player.

    posted by KenBrown

    Ultra portable.Tiny; the size of 5 credit cards side by side.Works on older tvs; uses RCA connectors.
    Some better players out there but this uses RCA connectors whereas most of the newer players use HDMI which not all tv's have.
    Good for the price and the portability. However, there are a lot of other portable players out there that offer more.
  • 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!
  • Can't call it FullHD-1080 player, but good device

    posted by r2arthur

    Runs well all kind of apps from android market that I tried, such as Netflix. Control is good and the gadget looks very potent.
    It has built-in wi-fi, so you will save one USB port.
    Navigation is perfect. I will surely buy a wireless keyboard+touchpad set to use with this device.
    It has a IR sensor, but no remote. The mouse uses its own dongle. Maybe you can use a remote with it, but the documentation doesn't explain.
    Probably should be more useful if you could hack/root the device. However I could not found more info about that.
    If you want to use as a local library player for high definition files, forget about it. It won't play 4gb+ mkvs.
    If you want a network media player, go for it. You will find excellent apps for android which can connect to a DLNA media server.
    If you want a $100 SD player, go for it: You will be able to play AVI and all other formats perfectly, if they're smaller than 4gb.
  • Value for money

    posted by Yadado

    -Shipping took awhile but still within reasonable time. The wait was worth it.-Product comes in a neatly packed small box.-The media player looks sturdy and solid. It feels heavy but I do see it posing a problem if you decide to "stick" it to the back of your TV. I just place it in front of mine.-Upon powering it up,I though mine was spoilt as there was no picture at all coming out from the HDMI connection. No worries, just push the "HDMI" button on the remote and voila, this player comes to life. The interface was easy to use even without referring to the english manual and in no time, I was already watching movies through this player.-This player is definately value for money considering some of the functions it has - HDMI with 1080p playback, optical audio output.
    So far the player is within my expectation.I will not hesitant to recommend this to anyone looking for media player
    Get this if you are looking for a value for money,no fuss and good quality media player.
  • Best buy

    posted by fbjose

    Can read lots of formats;
    An HDD can be easily installed;
    Works great with portuguese subtitles; (You must set subtitle configuration as "european oriental", if I am not mistaken.)
    Just one click to change audio or turn off subtitle;
    Works great with my 640GB internal HDD. (You must format before it can be seen in Windows Explorer)
    Gets a bit hot, but it's normal. The heat must come out;
    Using internal HDD is faster than using a USB flash drive.
    You won't regret buying this media player.
    I bought another one.

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