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cvictorg's Avatar cvictorg 05:03 PM 02-16-2012
http://www.mymediastreamer.com/dune/dune-hd-max

Technical Specifications:
Processor:

Sigma Designs 8642/8643

RAM:

512 MB

Flash memory:

256 MB, expandable with a HDD partition, USB flash drive, or SD card (2GB recommended)

Media sources:

internal HDD (SATA 3.5), built-in Blu-ray drive, external HDD (USB), external optical drive (USB), USB devices (USB flash drive, USB card reader, etc), built-in SD card reader (SD/SDHC), PC and NAS in local network (SMB, NFS, UPnP, HTTP), other Internet and local network media sources (HTTP, multicast UDP/RTP)

Video codecs:

MPEG2, MPEG4, XVID, WMV9, VC1, H.264; support for very high bitrate video (up to 50 MBit/s and higher)

Video file formats:

MKV, MPEG-TS, MPEG-PS, M2TS, VOB, AVI, MOV, MP4, QT, ASF, WMV, Blu-ray-ISO, BDMV, DVD-ISO, VIDEO_TS

Optical disc formats:

data discs (CD/DVD/BD) (MP3, JPEG, etc), Audio CD (PCM/DTS), DVD-Video (retail and user-authored discs), Blu-ray (retail and user-authored discs)

Blu-ray playback:

Blu-ray menu, BD-J, BonusView, BD-Live - for both Blu-ray discs (retail and user-authored) and full Blu-ray structures (Blu-ray-ISO, BDMV) played from HDD and network

Video output modes:

wide range of supported output resolutions (up to 1080p) and framerates (including 23.976p, 24p, PAL, NTSC)

Video output framerate:

automatic (according to the played content) and manual

Audio codecs:

AC3 (Dolby Digital), DTS, MPEG, AAC, LPCM, WMA, WMAPro, EAC3 (Dolby Digital Plus), Dolby True HD, DTS HD High Resolution Audio, DTS HD Master Audio, FLAC, multichannel FLAC, Ogg/Vorbis; support for very high quality audio (up to 192 kHz / 24-bit)

Audio file formats:

MP3, MPA, M4A, WMA, FLAC, APE (Monkey's Audio), Ogg/Vorbis, WAV, DTS-WAV, DTS, AC3, AAC

HD audio support:

pass-through (up to 7.1 channels) and decoding (up to 7.1 channels) of Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD MA audiotracks (Blu-ray, TS, MKV), pass-through (up to 7.1 channels) of multichannel LPCM audiotracks (Blu-ray, TS, MKV), decoding (up to 7.1 channels) of FLAC audiotracks (MKV, external)

Subtitle formats:

SRT (external), SUB (MicroDVD) (external), text (MKV), SSA/ASS (MKV, external), VobSub (MP4, MKV, external SUB/IDX), PGS (Blu-ray, TS, MKV)

Picture file formats:

JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF

Playlist file formats:

M3U, PLS

Photo viewer functions:

slideshow, transition effects, picture rotation, zoom, browse playlist, repeat, shuffle

Audio playback functions:

browse playlist, repeat, shuffle, ID3 tags, plasma TV burn-in prevention

Filesystems:

FAT16/FAT32 (read-write), EXT2/EXT3 (read-write), NTFS (read-write)

Ethernet:

10/100 Mbit (with 1000 Mbit/s experimental support) *

WiFi:

optional 802.11n WiFi (via an external USB WiFi stick, not included, D-Link DWA-140 recommended)

Dune Network Playback Accelerator:

special optimizations ensuring best-in-class network playback performance for the Sigma Designs 864x platform and enabling smooth playback of any supported kind of media content via any network protocol (including NFS and SMB) even in 100 Mbit/s Ethernet networks.

Package Contents:

Dune HD Max media player

Remote control (batteries may not be included)

Power supply cord

AV cable

HDMI cable

Quick start guide

Additional items (optional) may be included into the package, depending on player configuration, region, and distributor

Dimensions:

Player itself without legs: 429 mm (width) x 299 mm (depth) x 56 mm (height)

Player itself with legs: 429 mm (width) x 299 mm (depth) x 65 mm (height)

Gift box: 140 mm x 360 mm x 500 mm

Weight:

Net weight: 4.8 kg

Gross weight: 5.8 kg

http://store.duneplayer.com/shop/item.aspx?itemid=13

wmcclain's Avatar wmcclain 08:43 PM 02-16-2012
OPPO's web page has specs and the FAQ linked in my signature has details on media file formats.

-Bill
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