Originally Posted by Hyrax /forum/post/20673856
I've been looking for a new Blu-Ray player and came across this interesting article:
Those who are interested should read the whole article, but the following sums it up:
They continue to show that the Oppo 93 does a nearly perfect job of handling the color space conversion, and show that other Blu-Ray players do not. I'm wondering if this (color space handling errors) could be the reason that some think the Oppo video output looks better than the Dune's.
Originally Posted by TODDAVS /forum/post/20678313
It works for DVD's and video files of about any type. I couldn't tell you how many deep it remenbers, but it seems to be a lot.
BD images and folder rips arent workng yet, but imagine it will be fixed in an update eventually.
Originally Posted by Murilo /forum/post/20678493
I already discussed this and that article already a couple pages back. First of all they tested 3 brands, 2 oppo, 2 sony, 2 pioneer (I think they are actually made by sharp)
Originally Posted by sukumar /forum/post/20678277
Is there anyway I can make Dune player remember the stop position on the blu-ray movie?
Originally Posted by Cyneric /forum/post/20679889
Is anyone else having trouble with BD ISO streaming? I'm have audio dropout issues on almost any blu-ray I try to watch. I had to revert back to older firmware because the audio issues were so bad. They aren't as bad now on the older firmware but it seems any high bit rate blu-ray will have audio drop out issues. Video plays fine across the board.
Originally Posted by avhobby001 /forum/post/20680612
I have a problem with Dune HD Max that I bought last week
The problem is the player doesn't recognize any optical disk. It opens and closes the tray, but when the disk is inside, the player doesn't start to spin it, there are no usual sound of reading a disk.
In player's menu item Optical Disk always show NO DISK, even after several pressing of ENTER button on the remote control, when this item is selected. However, when I have item Optical Disk selected and press ENTER on remote or button PLAY on the player itself, a little blue bar appears on the right bottom corner of the menu and it looks like the player tries to communicate with optical drive, but the communication fails.
I've tried to reboot the device, tried several disks (bluray, dvd and normal music cd), with or without HDD drive, with o without System Storage on external Flash Card, nothing works.
any ideas or should I return the unit ?
Originally Posted by pacemaker /forum/post/20681456
are there any options in the dune Max to 'sharpen' images?
i am trying to decide if this can replace my HTPC
Originally Posted by replayrob /forum/post/20680355
As a new Dune D1 owner I wanted to comment on the D1 after using it for a few days...
File Sharing- D1 found my (Samba) NAS immediately, but didn't see any folders or files. So I had to read the (online only) full user manual and add the NAS IP address and create a profile for it. After that, all the folders on my NAS showed up. Strange that you're required to add servers I address? I have half a dozen media players and all simply let you browse the network for full access to your NAS folders.
Originally Posted by Killroy /forum/post/20681475
No such option....but why would you want to tamper with the image? That is one thing that has always puzzled me about HTPCs. Sharpening the image at the source does nothing but destroy PQ.