Dune HD Smart D1 - Reproductor multimedia (Full HD, HDMI, LAN, 3x conexión USB)
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- Formatos de audio compatibles: AAC, APE, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA
- 3 puertos USB: conectan convenientemente discos duros, unidades flash USB, lectores de tarjetas USB y otros dispositivos de almacenamiento USB
- HDMI 1.3 para garantizar la mejor calidad posible de vídeo y audio de alta definición
- Soporte flexible para Dolby True HD y DTS HD Master Audio
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Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 3
Características de red: Fast Ethernet
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
Formatos de compresión de video: ASF, AVI, MKV, MOV, MP4, VOB, WMV
Formatos de imagen soportados: BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG
Formatos de subtítulos soportados: MKV
Memoria Flash: 128 MB
Memoria interna: 512 MB
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Presentación de imagenes: Si
Sistemas de archivos soportados: NTFS
Tarjetas de memoria compatibles: SD
Tasas de transferencia soportadas: 10/100 Mbit
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 100 Mbit/s
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I started with Apple's wondeful AppleTV, but it wasn't powerful enough for my needs and it's locked into Apple's ecosystem. I decided to build a media server and the Dune HD Smart is one part of it. First, I built a server to house all my family's media. Next, I setup my new Dune Smart and connected it to the same network my home server is on. After much research and futzing, I managed to get Zappiti's excellent media server up and running on it. THIS IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! I'm a geek that built computers for a living and I had a heck of a time getting everything working smoothly. Finally, I sat back with my wife and watched a flawless, fully legal, backup (from a disc I own and currently possess) of my favorite movie. Rock solid performance.
- Plays EVERYTHING I have thrown at it. It's like VLC player.
- Sleek and small. It fits right next to my Apple TV and Xbox 360.
- User serviceable and upgradable. Add a HDD for better options.
- Plays back 1080p video with no hiccups or dropped frames.
- Decodes all the latest audio codecs from DTS & Dolby.
- Getting Zappiti up and running was a chore. Better off getting a Zappiti player.
- No built in HDD (for the D1 version). Was hoping for some accessible flash.
- Old school LCD readout. I'd prefer the more modern LED display.
Conclusion: I strongly recommend looking at the Zappiti line of media players if you're serious about serving your media files to your TV. The Apple TV is a great alternative, but it's just not quite what I needed. Now that I have a Dune Smart, my Apple TV is relegated to Netflix playback. If you are computer savvy, this is a great buy. If not, steer clear!
NOTE: Due to the varying degrees of legality surrounding media backups, I don't condone any kind of piracy. This is a device that must be used responsibly within the confines of the law.
And of course 10/100 Ethernet, which I can get about 80Mb/sec across.
It works with DLNA and Samba shares, and can also act as a Samba server itself.
You can get it to display cover art, although it takes some finagling with a special text file you must place in every directory. Or use one of several downloadable programs to automate the task.
You can download some free apps for it (and it comes with some already) like a browser, Bittorrent, Shoutcast, a weather station (only shows in Celsius, but there's a smaller widget that works in Fahrenheit), and games like Chess, Sudoku, Reversi, Tetris, Snake. (Some are in Russian)
I've found that when playing music files through the Toslink output, the bitrate matches the file being played and is not upconverted. This is good - it outputs a bit-exact representation - but it'd be nice to be able to switch it to upconvert if so desired. It will downconvert if you set the maximum output rate to less than whatever the file contains.
If you like to watch part of a movie and come back to it later, this player is great for that. Everything except BR will continue where you left off. You can even make it do it for audio files as well.
The VFD display shows the name of the menu you're on, the filename or title that just began playing, and the elapsed play time of the title. It can be made to show the time of day when the unit is turned off, but the unit will have to go into standby mode instead of full shutdown.
After paying $400 for a media player, I expect it to perform as it's advertised as I understand from reading the forums, many people successfully use 3-4TB external HDDs with no issues. But I have seen sporadic posts from people since 2011 that still weren't able to get some of their external HDDs recognized by the Dune H1 with the resultant "advice" being "just remove the drive, place it in the Dune and reformat it." Nope! Not an option! Especially since they can both be easily accessed and played on my $50 Sony BDP-BX510 Blu-ray player (not Blu-ray folders, however, which is why I was actually buying this media player).
So you have been forewarned if you are expecting to play movies from your external HDDs! It's hit or miss whether your particular brand external HDD will even be recognized by this Dune player!