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Reverend
Gold Coast, Queensland
1927 posts

Hello to all,

I looking at getting a media player that supports high def and also has large storage ( maybe 3 tb ) what are you lot using. I have around $300 to spend.

Cheers
09:22pm 23/08/12 Permalink
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Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
34154 posts
wdtv

(i dont own one, my tv plays whatever media i need straight from my pc)
09:25pm 23/08/12 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
3312 posts
yeah WD seems the go these days.

i just store on my HP Proliant and stream to my 360. much easier.
10:14pm 23/08/12 Permalink
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10062 posts
Media Player Classic is free.

*badoom-tish*
10:29pm 23/08/12 Permalink
IVY_MiKe
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
1218 posts
HP Micro Server with a low profile Video card.

Will come in around your $300 and starts with 250Gb of storage, with the current limit (in that machine, without any additional hardware) being ~20TB. (5x4TB disks obviously not included @ the ~$300 price point)
11:02pm 23/08/12 Permalink
thermite
Brisbane, Queensland
10089 posts
did the thing with the raspberry pis pan out?
11:25pm 23/08/12 Permalink
Rdizz
Germany
2117 posts
uh.. anything that can run xbmc?
11:29pm 23/08/12 Permalink
IVY_MiKe
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
1219 posts
in the 'on the horizon' ideas, I'm hoping the OUYA turns out to playback 1080P content pretty well, it's cheap as chips as a media playback device if so!
03:53am 24/08/12 Permalink
Damo
Brisbane, Queensland
6267 posts
What ivy mike said. Can buy the Zotac GT210 for $39 from umart. There was also a model which supported 3D.
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