Originally Posted by Balthazar2k4 /forum/post/20865842
I am presently using a Netgear NeoTV 550 and it plays BD ISOs with little issue. My biggest complaint with the box is that the interface is kind of crap. I also have a couple Apple TV 2s and an XBMC based HTPC and they are both light years ahead of the Netgear in the UI department. The Apple TVs can't compete in the compatibility area compared to the Netgear and I do love the fact that the Netgear will pass 24/96 audio without resampling.
I have no experience with either the Dune or Popcorn Hour, but I have considered both in the past. The Netgear caught my eye on price alone and so far has been a reasonable player.
Originally Posted by Clark2005 /forum/post/20887925
What about Xtreamer? I just recently heard about them. The Prodigy model is coming out in September looks nice. Anybody here want to share their experience if you have an Xtreamer unit?
Originally Posted by dbone1026 /forum/post/20887932
You are looking to open a can of worms asking for users feelings about Xtreamer
Here is a review I did on the Xtreamer Pro:
Overall Xtreamer is not a bad product. The company in general has been known to completely over promise, vague (possibly false?) advertising, a hostile forum, etc... I would hold all judgments about the Prodigy until it is released and it is proven that the marketing and the actual available features actually match off.
Originally Posted by Clark2005 /forum/post/20887997
Nice review. I also saw your review on the Dune HD Smart D1. The feature that's most important to me is the media player's ability to replicate a bluray player fully. What I mean is when I put in a Bluray movie disc in a Bluray player it starts by playing the previews and then goes to the menu screen with the setup, scene selection, extras, etc. Is there a media player out there that can replicate that with a Bluray ISO?
Originally Posted by streamerlover /forum/post/20888045
yes, the neotv 550 from netgear does full menus as well..
Damian, I have an extra 550 here I won't be putting to use for awhile. You want me to ship it to you and you can put it through its paces? If so pm me..
|Originally Posted by Clark2005 |
What I mean is when I put in a Bluray movie disc in a Bluray player it starts by playing the previews and then goes to the menu screen with the setup, scene selection, extras, etc. Is there a media player out there that can replicate that with a Bluray ISO?