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WD TV Live Media Player Wi-fi 1080p

WD TV Live Media Player Wi-fi 1080pDescription

Western Digital WDBHG70000NBK-HESN Network Audio/Video Player – Wi-FiTV Live WDBHG70000NBK-HESN Network Audio/Video Player – Wi-FiInternet Streaming – 1080p – MKV, MPEG-4, XviD, AVI, WMV, MOV, H.264, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG, VOB, VC-1, TP, TS, M2T, M2TS, FLV – MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, FLAC, Matroska (MKA), AIFF, OGG- JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PNG – Ethernet – HDMI – USB – DLNA CertifiedThe best of the In


Features

  • Enjoy Internet entertainment on your TV
  • Play your personal media collection
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and intuitive interface
  • High-performance, streaming-ready WiFi
  • Bring the arcade to your HDTV
  • Audio Formats Supported: MP3, WAV/PCM/LPCM, WMA, AAC, FLAC, MKA, AIF/AIFF, OGG, Dolby Digital, DTS
  • Image formats Supported: JPEG, GIF, TIF/TIFF, BMP, PNG
  • Video Formats supported: AVI (Xvid, AVC, MPEG1/2/4), MPG/MPEG, VOB, MKV (h.264, x.264, AVC, MPEG1/2/4, VC-1),TS/TP/M2T (MPEG1/2/4, AVC, VC-1) MP4/MOV (MPEG4, h.264), M2TS, FLV (h.264)

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Biostar.

Brand: Western Digital
UPC: 100177338439
List Price: $129.99.
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3 Responses to “WD TV Live Media Player Wi-fi 1080p”

  1. Jason Krol says:

    I recently decided to start a little weekend project of completely digitizing my 200+ home DVD collection. I wont get into any arguments over the legal ramifications of this type of project, but rest assured every digital movie in my collection is a straight rip of a physical DVD I own. That being said, I really needed a good option to actually “deliver” these movies to my HD TV in my living room. I have an Xbox 360 but that just didnt seem to be making the cut. So I started researching these fancy smart set-top boxes.

    At first I was convinced the Roku XS 2 was the way to go – but I started reading more and more about its lack of specific filetype support (i.e. MKV, M4V, AVI to name a few). That and it really didnt do network streaming/sharing well (if at all). I saw the WD TV Live HUB with 1TB harddrive for 199 and thought that was just a little too steep for my price range (the Roku is 99 afterall). Then I somehow accidentally found this device on Amazon. The price…

  2. Chaz Palio says:

    —————UPDATE 5/25/2012——————-
    There’s been a lot of changes since writing this review but just this week, WD updated the youtube leanback app and made a ton of improvements!. Now I can play my new videos from my subscriptions playlist :) There’s also more data provided about each video and a sleek ui overhaul. You can also control the app through your iphone/android device (haven’t tested this yet). Nice job WD! Loving this so much now!
    ————— /Update—————————-

    I want to start by letting you all know that I’m very picky about my electronics and I’m not easily satisfied nowadays, so I always play with several products before sticking with one. I’ve gone through the wdtv live plus (grey model with small remote), sony smp-n100, and the apple tv 2 before trying out this device (also used various BD players, gaming consoles for netflix/youtube streaming). I must say that this unit takes the cake in terms of what you get…

  3. invisiblexninjas says:

    I got this media player elsewhere locally, before Amazon dropped their price. Anyway, the GUI is fine. It’s easily navigable, not cluttered at all, presented in a beautiful package, and certainly easy to read. All pluses there. The first videos I attempted to play were 720p mkv files over wireless network (on a 1TB HDD connected to my computer in the basement via USB). After taking a few seconds to gather the first few pictures from the USB–> wireless connected storage device, the WDTV Live streamed the videos seamlessly! I even paused one for like 8 minutes while making dinner, and it resumed with no noticeable glitches, artifacts, or rendering/buffering. The second (and only other) file type I attempted to play was a 1080p TS file I had recorded from my cable box. This took a little bit longer between hitting play and seeing video on the screen, but time was minimal. I want to say no more than 4 or 5 seconds. Again, it had to pull the video from the HDD to the computer via USB, and…

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