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Mvix MV-4000u


$200.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Choose your own disk size and speed. Good variety of outputs (despite no digital video).

The Cons:Built in cost - need to buy your own disk drive. No digital video output. With no wifi the device is useless - a computer/laptop is required, and most can output the same way with little to no upgrades (<$199).

The Mvix MV-4000u is a digital multimedia center that can render dozens of video, audio, and picture formats. Defined as a base model, the MV-4000u does not offer networking or wireless capabilities. Critics do cite though that the 4000u includes more features and file format capabilities than its less expensive competitor, the Vizo Milano.

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It must also be noted that the MV-4000u does not come with an installed hard drive, therefore requiring users to purchase a 3.5” IDE drive. The MV-4000u, however, feature an integrated media player, video/audio drivers and codecs, and USB 2.0 backwards compatibility. Furthermore, although the Mvix MV-4000u does not offer either HDMI or DVI digital video output ports, it does include numerous A/V outputs such as composite video (720p or 1080i), component video, and S-video, as well as analog stereo audio, coaxial digital, and optical digital audio.

Features

  • Video and Audio Output: RCA L/R, Coaxial, Optical(5.1ch), RCA Y, Pr, Pb, S-Video
  • PC Interface: USB 2.0 (Backward Compatible to USB 1.1)
  • Supported Files & Formats: Video MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, DivX 3.11, 4x, 5x, XviD, DVD(IFO, VOB), ISO
  • Audio AC3, MP2, MP3, DTS pass through, WMA, OGG, M3U
  • Subtitles: SMI, SRT, SUB
  • Image: JPEG/JPG
  • Screen Aspect Ratio: 16:9 / 4:3 Letter Box / Pan Scan
  • TV System: NTSC, PAL, or AUTO
  • Hard-Disk Type: 3.5” Internal IDE (PATA)
  • Power: External 12V DC adapter
  • Dimension: 7.5 x 6 x 2.5 inches

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    choose your own disk size and speed

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    good variety of outputs (despite no digital video)

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    built in cost - need to buy your own disk drive

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    no digital video output

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    with no wifi the device is useless - a computer/laptop is required, and most can output the same way with little to no upgrades (<$199)

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