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Mediagate M2TVD


$85.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Affordable price - cheaper than most other HD media streamers. HDMI output. 1080p capable.

The Cons:Buggy firmware. No network connectivity options. Really small remote.

The Mediagate M2TVD is a HD media streamer designed to replace dedicated media PCs in a home theater environment. This device can connect to a HDTV at full 1080p resolution via HDMI or component output for video and optical/coaxial for surround sound.

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Many popular video formats are supported including RealVideo 10, H.264, WMV9, AVI and MKV. Subtitles are also supported within files. Unlike with the M2TV, DTS is fully supported. A wide variety of photo and music formats are also compatible with the Mediagate M2TVD. While this media streamer does not contain onboard storage, it does include an integrated 3-in-1 media card reader and a high-speed USB 2.0 port for connecting portable hard drives and flash drives. The Mediagate M2TVD has a MSRP of $85 and was released in September 2009.

** now with MediaGate MG-WLN01 Wireless N Adapter this device will become wireless N HD media payer!

Features/Specs

  • Full HD 1080P video playback
  • Wireless N Network ( need Mediagate wireless N adapter)
  • HDMI/Component video output
  • Optical/Coaxial digital audio output
  • SD/SDHC/MMC/Memory Stick card reader
  • Video: RealVideo 10, VC-1, H.264, WMV9, MPEG1/2/4, AVI (Xvid, AVC), MKV, MOV, TP, TS, ISO, ASF, VOB
  • Audio decode: MP3, WMA, AAC, MPEG 1 Layer 2, PCM, WMA Pro
  • Subtitle decode: Srt, Smi, Sup, Ssa, Idx+Sub
  • Music: MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV/PCM/LPCM, AAC, FLAC, Dolby Digital, RealAudio
  • Photo: JPEG, BMP, TIF/TIFF, GIF, PNG
  • DTS digital Surround Support
  • Dimensions & weight: 165 x 165 x 36 mm, 0.26kg

User Reviews (8)

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Pros
  • 3

    affordable price - cheaper than most other HD media streamers

  • 3

    HDMI output

  • 3

    1080p capable

  • 3

    plays all popular computer media formats

  • 3

    quieter fan than the original M2TV

  • 2

    supports EXT3

  • 2

    compact and lightweight, portable

  • 2

    DTS support

  • 2

    subtitle support

  • 1

    Remote has been fixed and is with AAA battery now

  • 1

    Now support Wireless N Network with the MG-WLN01 wireless N adapter

  • 0

    comes with HDMI cable

Cons
  • 4

    buggy firmware

  • 2

    no network connectivity options

  • 0

    really small remote

  • 0

    poor remote control signal strength

  • 0

    sluggish remote response

  • 0

    cheaper looking enclosure than the first generation M2TV

  • -1

    loud fan

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