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post #31 of 49
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

While it costs more, it's worth getting a Mede8er 600X3D over any other Realtek 1186-based 3D streamer. Perfect 23.976 and 24.000, movie/TV jukeboxes, and good support.
I heard kdlinks supports BD menus. Does Mede8er supports bd-menus?
post #32 of 49
Neither supports Blu-ray menus, unless it's older discs with profile 1.0 menus.
post #33 of 49
Currently I have a WDTV live SMP. I want to stream full BD rips either in the native BDMV folder structure or even ISO if I have to. Currently, the WDTV does not support playback of these formats. They will only play the first or longest .m2ts file.

So, this KDlinks700 will work for what I want to do?

Will this recognize Windows shares from a computer? Would you recommend serving my media this way with the KD? This is how I do it with the WDTV.

I also don't like that the WDTV outputs DTS core vs full DTS-MA. This will pass full DTS-MA?

Thanks fellas
post #34 of 49
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post #35 of 49
KDlinks700 uses RTD1186 chip, so it should play 3D rips (folder or ISO) and pass both TrueHD and DTS-MA. What I don't know is if it supports choosing playlists like Mede8er X3D series.
post #36 of 49
Hey everyone, I started an *Official KDLINKS HD*** Official Thread over here:
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1500875/official-kdlinks-hd-streaming-media-player-thread
post #37 of 49
whats the cheapest media player with dts ma passthrough available???
post #38 of 49
Not sure what the cheapest is but the WD TV Live HD Streaming Media Player does pass DTS Master HD and Dolby True HD. I got a refurb on ebay for $60 that looks absolutely new and I can confirm it does pass the audio correctly after updating to the latest firmware. Warranty is only 90 days. Shipping was free with priority mail. The auction lists shipping as economy but mine was sent priority possibly because it was an in-state shipment where priority and parcel are the same price for light packages. Anyway, it was a good deal for my bedroom setup and something you might consider. http://www.ebay.com/itm/WD-TV-Live-HD-Streaming-Media-Player-1080P-WDBGXT0000NBK-with-Wifi-netflix-/231104821699?pt=US_Internet_Media_Streamers&hash=item35ceebb9c3
post #39 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bob Olink View Post

Not sure what the cheapest is but the WD TV Live HD Streaming Media Player does pass DTS Master HD and Dolby True HD. I got a refurb on ebay for $60 that looks absolutely new and I can confirm it does pass the audio correctly after updating to the latest firmware. Warranty is only 90 days. Shipping was free with priority mail. The auction lists shipping as economy but mine was sent priority possibly because it was an in-state shipment where priority and parcel are the same price for light packages. Anyway, it was a good deal for my bedroom setup and something you might consider. http://www.ebay.com/itm/WD-TV-Live-HD-Streaming-Media-Player-1080P-WDBGXT0000NBK-with-Wifi-netflix-/231104821699?pt=US_Internet_Media_Streamers&hash=item35ceebb9c3


i have a wd tv live and it does not play dts ma it only does the dts core
post #40 of 49
Mine lights up the DTS Master HD light on my receiver with the most recent firmware from a couple of weeks ago so I assume it is passing the entire magilla.
post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bob Olink View Post

Mine lights up the DTS Master HD light on my receiver with the most recent firmware from a couple of weeks ago so I assume it is passing the entire magilla.


its prob because you have the Live I have the Live plus its a different player all together
post #42 of 49
yes, the WDTV Live smart media player, currently around $80 on Amazon, will pass DTS-MA with the latest FW. This FW also gave it the ability to play seamless branching files in the correct order. However this is only confirmed by some users as the changelog was VERY vague about this. It fixed that bugged-out rear usb port too.

When I had it, about a month ago, it froze up on every .m2ts file I played and it did not handle FF/RW. It locked it up. Not sure if this was improved.
post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bob Olink View Post

Not sure what the cheapest is but the WD TV Live HD Streaming Media Player does pass DTS Master HD and Dolby True HD. I got a refurb on ebay for $60 that looks absolutely new and I can confirm it does pass the audio correctly after updating to the latest firmware. Warranty is only 90 days. Shipping was free with priority mail. The auction lists shipping as economy but mine was sent priority possibly because it was an in-state shipment where priority and parcel are the same price for light packages. Anyway, it was a good deal for my bedroom setup and something you might consider. http://www.ebay.com/itm/WD-TV-Live-HD-Streaming-Media-Player-1080P-WDBGXT0000NBK-with-Wifi-netflix-/231104821699?pt=US_Internet_Media_Streamers&hash=item35ceebb9c3


eeennnggggg,, manufac refurb? IDK, I would rather fork over the extra $20 for a new one. I'm not much of a risk taker tho.
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by johnBlanker View Post

yes, the WDTV Live smart media player, currently around $80 on Amazon, will pass DTS-MA with the latest FW. This FW also gave it the ability to play seamless branching files in the correct order. However this is only confirmed by some users as the changelog was VERY vague about this. It fixed that bugged-out rear usb port too.

When I had it, about a month ago, it froze up on every .m2ts file I played and it did not handle FF/RW. It locked it up. Not sure if this was improved.

this is the one I am looking at is this the correct one?

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005KOZNBW/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=37WYP2VP9VIR4&coliid=I22B513KYR36AU
post #45 of 49
Yeah, I have a bit of trepidation when ordering factory refurbs although I have had no trouble with any of the 4 or 5 items I've purchased over the years. New stuff is an entirely different story for me. It seems if there is a bad one on the shelf that's the one I grab. You mention trouble with ff/rw, that is something I haven't tried yet on the few movies I've watched so will have to give it a go. Guess I should butt out now and let this thread get back on track.
post #46 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bamafan35611 View Post

this is the one I am looking at is this the correct one?

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005KOZNBW/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=37WYP2VP9VIR4&coliid=I22B513KYR36AU
Yes, that is the one. Let us know how you like it. I purchased it on Oct 24 but returned it soon after due to the problems they later fixed with the most recent FW update.mad.gif

I will eventually be purchasing 2 more streamers, 1 for downstairs and 1 for the bedroom. If the ff/rw and playback problems are fixed I will go with the WDtv. Nothing against the kdlinks but I don't need the HD bay and the 700 is more money. Plus the interface and apps are much better on the wdtv. Also, it shows metadata info (artist, runtime) while browsing. You have the play the movie to get the metadata info (NFO files) on the KDL. The WDTV has iOS/Android apps, is hackable with custom themes, and has a longer proven track record. WD is not going out of business any time soon.

All in all, none of these fancy things mean squat if it won't play my files flawlessly. If I had to choose then it's back to the kdlinks and I'll be happy.

The wdtv streamers use the Sigma chip.
post #47 of 49
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Originally Posted by Bob Olink View Post

Yeah, I have a bit of trepidation when ordering factory refurbs although I have had no trouble with any of the 4 or 5 items I've purchased over the years. New stuff is an entirely different story for me. It seems if there is a bad one on the shelf that's the one I grab. You mention trouble with ff/rw, that is something I haven't tried yet on the few movies I've watched so will have to give it a go. Guess I should butt out now and let this thread get back on track.

I should mention, I only have experience with streaming files through my network. Wait. Actually I did load up some BD rips and play them on a portable HDD plugged into the front usb port.
post #48 of 49
To bad they don't unlock the dtsma pass through for the wd tv live plus
post #49 of 49
I hope the live will support a USB powered hub cause I had to get customers firmware for the live plus to see the USB hub
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