Thursday, September 16, 2010
Dune HD Max . Click to enlarge.
Here's the exclusive first picture of the bowels of the Dune HD Max, the new Blu -ray media as expected manufacturer HDI .
The left side of the device houses the Blu -ray. In the central part is the location for optional cards TNT HD , satellite and cable. Below is the food . Finally , on the top right there is the motherboard with the chip plated on the underside of the machine ( thermal dissipation through the metal casing) . Below is the location of the HDD rack cooled by a large fan that can be deactivated via the user interface (for those who would not use hard drive ) . The quality workmanship and finish are exemplary .
Dune HD Max: an exemplary finish
The Blu-ray is Sony manufacturing . The read speed of Blu -ray has been improved by 30 % compared to the Dune BD Prime 3.0 with the new optical block. The firmware has also been improved. Of 50 tested for Blu-ray right now, all have been read without problem. There is still a small bug pause at some Blu - ray Universal but the plant is already working on a fix . The Blu- ray is read Avatar now without any problem, which was not the case on the Dune BD Prime 3.0 ( including the new optical block) .
Among the new features we find a number of additional video settings such as the ability to choose the type of color demosaicing ( independently adjustable for decoding and video output) . It is also possible to change the position of subtitles Blu - ray . The machine runs natively NTFS read / write .
Very soon, you will discover the new application Dune Home that can manage all home automation directly from the Dune and remotely via mobile phone.