Re: networked media boxes?

From: Ron Toole (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jun 11 2008 - 18:13:09 PDT

Doremi Labs makes several varieties of media player, HD capable, can network them, run off particular MPEG files.

--- On Wed, 6/11/08, Rebecca Baron <email suppressed> wrote:
From: Rebecca Baron <email suppressed>
Subject: networked media boxes?
To: email suppressed
Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2008, 6:55 AM

Does anyone have any experience using standalone media players for video
It would need to be able to loop high quality PAL video without showing any

--other requirements--
silent (ie fanless) system
needs to loop unattended for hours at a stretch
remote controllable
120/240v power source
HDMI/DVI or Component video out
enough space to store 30 minutes of 720x576 25fps (PAL) video
    or better: HD (PAL hdtv is 1920x1080)

--here are the contenders--
Popcorn Hour networked media tank
AppleTV (does it do PAL?)
Iomega Screen Play
MediaGate entertainment server
Xbox hacks, ie: Xbox media center
custom fanless system running Linux-based media system (eg: geexbox)

Thank you!



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