Originally Posted by Kei Clark
Honestly, I have no idea what the deal is with this supposedly new model, although I have an inquiry into them and expect to get an answer tomorrow night. What I have stated so far was what was said to me directly by DVICO about a week ago.
I don't know what issues others have experienced, but here is some of the problems I have reported to them so far:
1. Low analog audio volume output - apprently fixed but I've not been able to connect to their ftp site in the last few days.
2. .ts file playback performance over LAN, the video is fine but audio is garbled.
3. .ts file playback on segmented files, pauses when files transition.
4. Can't switch from USB to Video playback mode without power down/up.
Admittedly, I don't rip DVDs so I can't tell you about the performance over LAN, I'm more partial to transport stream playback being the top priority and will be leaning on them to fix this as quickly as posssible. Playback from the installed hard disk is perfect with the exception of 3, which may not be a problem that can be fixed. This will force me to record to one large file, which is not a problem as the installed hard drive supports NTFS.
The language issue I mentioned applies to the fact that currently, only Korean and English are the only two options available. Apparently, this is a problem for some users in Europe.
I have all my dvd's on a nas server in the folder format. All I am wanting to do is buy a bunch of devices, one for each room, where they will connect to the nas and allow me to stream my dvd's. Upconversion is also very necessary as all plasmas/projectors in the house are all now hd.
I'm sad to see such a pathetic UI, would def prefer one where I can modify it to my taste (think kaleidescape).
Anyhow, will this unit work correctly for this?
someone said that it wont stream protected dvd's from the nas.
Is this correct?
If so... what's the point to the unit?