Dune HD MAX - Reproductor de DVD (importado)
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Descripción del producto
Alta Definición Total: Si
Altura: 5,6 cm
Altura del paquete: 14 cm
Ancho: 42,9 cm
Ancho del paquete: 50 cm
Audio digital, salida optica: 1
Canales de salida de audio: 7.1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 3
Codecs de audio: AC3, DTS, MPEG, AAC, LPCM, WMA, WMAPro, EAC3, Dolby True HD, DTS HD, DTS HD Master Audio, FLAC, multichannel FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis
Color del producto: Negro
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Formatos de compresión de video: ASF, AVI, MKV, MOV, MP4, VOB, WMV
Formatos de imagen soportados: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
Formatos de vídeo compatibles: ASF, AVI, H.264, ISO, ISO (Blu-ray), M2TS, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPEG2, MPEG4, VC-1, VOB, WMV9, XVID
Interfaz de unidad de almacenamiento: SATA
Jack de entrada CD: Si
Medios de almacenamiento integrados: No
Memoria Flash: 256 MB
Memoria interna: 512 MB
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Peso: 4,25 kg
Peso del paquete: 5,75 kg
Profundidad: 29,9 cm
Profundidad del paquete: 36 cm
Puerto de salida S/PDIF: Si
Salida de video compuesto: 1
Sintonizador de TV integrado: Si
Sistemas de archivos soportados: NTFS
Tamaño de la unidad de almacenamiento: 3.5"
Tarjeta de lectura integrada: Si
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: SD, SDHC
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de almacenamiento: Flash, Unidad de disco duro
Versión HDMI: 1.3
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) salida: 1
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There are very few vendors selling this device in North America, so at first I was concerned with legitimacy of the seller especially considering lack of feedback on Amazon. To my relief, the player came very quickly and in perfect order.
I bought it mainly for video playback hoping to replace both HTPC and older Bluray player. It performs all HTPC functions quite well. I have it connected to my LAN and mostly use to play files from a NAS. Only in a few rare cases it refused to play some video files, mostly those recorded with older point-and-shoot cameras utilizing MJPG and other less traditional codecs.
The box itself looks very solid and decent next to other A/V equipment. The front plastic panel is made to look like brushed metal. Display is a bit simplistic though, and the rubber cover of the front USB port keeps falling out.
However, there is a lot left to be desired, especially considering this is the most expensive device in its class. My main grief is that Bluray player functionality is worse than that of any cheap stand-alone player. Specifically, multichannel LPCM audio is not supported at all and downmixed to stereo. Such a simple function as switching subtitle or audio track causes video to pause for a moment (same thing happens during file playback). Bluray menu functionality seems a bit impaired, for example it always downmixes the menu audio to stereo in order to mix it with button sounds while I prefer to have an option of passing through background audio without buttons.
In addition, DVD tray door produces quite a loud bang when closing. I suppose I could attach some soft tape to the back side of the door to make it less annoying.
Another nuisance is lack of built-in WiFi. You'd think for a $600 unit they could throw in a $15 USB WiFi adapter. Luckily I had a spare one that happened to be compatible. Otherwise you'd have to find an adapter with a certain chipset from the list on the official site.
The same goes for internal flash memory. You might need to add a USB stick and designate it as system storage. Well, if the device requires this storage they could've put a $5 stick inside the case so it won't use up a USB slot.
I didn't try putting in an internal drive yet but I suspect it may make the unit noisy due to a cooling fan installed next to the HDD bay. As it is, the device is pretty much silent.
So I ended up purchasing a regular cheap Bluray player in addition to the Dune so I can play Bluray discs and stream Netflix. The latter is unlikely to become available on Dune due to some DRM issues as I heard.
After using the device for two months, I don't regret purchasing it but I wouldn't recommend it to others considering the price. The extra $100 for Bluray drive as compared to Dune HD Duo is certainly not worth it. Based on my experience so far, I might have been better off purchasing a Popcorn Hour C-300 with similar functionality (and similar deficiencies) for $200 less. I guess I set my expectations for Dune too high having ordered the most expensive top-of-the line media player...
The build quality is horrible. As a DVD player, for 100 dollars less you can own the Oppo which by comparison... well there is no comparison. The Oppo is a well designed tank of a player and looks the part. This player has the look and feel of a poor man's HTPC. The spring loaded door on the player when opened actually shows the spring, and you can see the internal electronic board of the player. The drive tray is FLIMSY. I mean, I haven't seen such poor quality in any computer CD/DVD player in any computer I have built ever (and I've built my own since the x286). It is noisy and slow. Continuing with the HTPC theme, the Dune has a space for removable hard drive, and an SD card slot, but I'm not really sure the value of either for my system since I have a separate server for storage, although I understand you can store either your media collection (depending on size) or media information about your a/v collection on both.
The firmware updated automatically as soon as I hooked the player up to the network without a hitch. It found my network without a problem. Adding folders from that network was not intuitive, however, and took some time to figure out. No restrictions found on my audio or video containers. Folder organization, however, was primitive, like moving through a windows computer file system. There is no built in organization of album views for music that provide album covers, or allowing for organization of tracks by number, genre, playlist etc. I purchased an $11 dollar app for my Ipad called Zappitti which was a complete waste. Not only does it designed for movie organization only, but when I loaded it on my ipad, it came up with an error message in French! So, back it goes.