Classified Adverts Thread, Western Digital HD Live USB 2.0 HDMI Media Player 1080P in Purchasing and Trading; hey guys a personal sale from myself.
I have the below for sale or exchange for a smart phone open ...
18th November 2010, 09:09 PM #1
Western Digital HD Live USB 2.0 HDMI Media Player 1080P
hey guys a personal sale from myself.
I have the below for sale or exchange for a smart phone open to the 02 network.
its only about a month old been used a few time but now i have built a media center its surplus to requirements. no good offer refused but would prefer a phone. cost me £85.00
I'm sure i have the original box somewhere also.
Western Digitial TV HD Live USB 2.0 HDMI Media Player
HD video, photos and music -- they're on your computer, your USB drives, and the Internet. Now it's easy to play a whole world of Full-HD, 1080p media on your TV with the WD TV Live HD network-ready media player.
Play network and internet content
Connect to Internet sites like YouTube, Flickr, Live365 or stream content from your home network.
Full-HD 1080p resolution
Experience spectacular Full-HD video and crystal-clear digital audio.
Enjoy your media instantly
Supports a wide variety of the most popular file formats. No need to spend time transcoding.
Product Description WD TV Live WDBAAP0000NBK - digital multimedia receiver
Device Type Digital multimedia receiver
Remote Control Remote Control
Digital Player (Recorder) Digital player
Power Source AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Dimensions (WxLxH) 12.6 cm x 10 cm x 4 cm
Weight 303 g
Manufacturer Warranty 2 years warranty
Full-HD video playback and navigation - up to 1080p - This is the real thing; Full-HD 1080p playback. Sit back and enjoy the spectacular picture quality of brilliant high definition video and the crystal-clear sound of digital audio. Use the included remote control to make your entertainment choices using our crisp, animated navigation menus.
Play a wide variety of file formats - WD TV Live supports a wide variety of the most popular file formats. No need to spend time transcoding.
Play videos, music and photos from the Internet on your big screen TV - Explore and watch YouTube videos and Flickr pictures on the big screen. Rock out to thousands of radio stations via Live365 and discover new music with Pandora radio.
Access media files on your home network - The Ethernet port lets you connect this player to your home network through a wired connection or an optional wireless connection.
WiFi Ready - Supports wireless network connection with optional USB wireless adapter. Click here to view compatible wireless-ready USB adapters.
Turn your USB drive into an HD media player - Play content from most popular USB drives, and digital cameras, camcorders, and portable media players that can be recognized as mass storage devices. Optimized for My Passport portable hard drives.
Collect without limits - There's no limit to the size of your media collection; just add more USB drives for more space.
Play media seamlessly from multiple USB drives - Two USB ports on the player let you connect multiple USB storage devices and access them simultaneously. Our media library feature collects the content on all the drives into one list sorted by media type.
Transfer files easily - Copy, move or delete files stored on a USB drive, a network drive, your camcorder, or a camera to the attached USB drive using the on-screen menus.
Show photos and movies directly from your digital camera or video camera - Works with digital cameras, digital video cameras, in fact, any digital imaging device that supports Picture Transfer Protocol.
Advanced navigation options
Thumbnail and list views - Browse your content by filename or by thumbnails of photos, album covers and movie cover art.
Media library - This unique feature lets you view all your media by media type in one menu regardless of its location in folders or drives. You can view your content by categories such as genre, album, artist and date.
Search - Search by genre, title, artist, filename or partial filename.
Create custom slide shows with a variety of transitions and background music
Zoom and pan
Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date
Fast forward, rewind, pause, zoom, and pan
Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date
Fast forward, rewind, pause, shuffle, repeat
Search by filename, partial filename, most recently viewed and date.
Copy files between USB drives
HDMI 1.3, composite video and component video output - The HDMI port lets you connect to the highest quality HDTV or home theater. Additional composite (RCA), and component outputs ensure compatibility with virtually all television sets.
SPDIF digital output - The optical audio output sends digital signals to your AV receiver for the best surroundsound experience.
Ultra-compact design - Fits easily into your entertainment center.
HD Media Player
Compact remote with batteries
Composite AV cable
Component AV cable
Quick Install Guide
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18th November 2010, 09:43 PM #2
I purchased a very similar one for my relatives in Australia. It just didn't have a network port.
They are really good If i needed one i would go for this type.
19th November 2010, 08:37 AM #3
19th November 2010, 09:06 AM #4
dude, come on now, yep cost me £85.00 a month ago do you have dabs cost for a month ago huh huh huh lol ? , anyway you can buy a brand new smart phone from argos for £99.00 quid so second hand would be cheaper and i didnt say i wasnt prepared to put extra towards i was just throwing the idea out there fella lol
Originally Posted by SimpleSi
p.s i used it for a month and then I media centre pc , didnt dump anything lol
pps valuations sometimes dont come into this, you might have a old-ish smart phone you know longer want and your looking for a media player like i have ... Simples really Si
Last edited by TopBanana; 19th November 2010 at 09:15 AM.
19th November 2010, 09:17 AM #5
I'm just trying to get the price down to the £25 that I could persuade the wife to let me buy it
(I've been looking at them for a while and "hoping" that Tesco or Argos would do a stupid sale price one day )
19th November 2010, 09:21 AM #6
Actually, I've got a Samsung Omnia (i900) WM6 lying around you could have but then again I did hate it so much that I terminated the contract early and got a Desire instead!
I think you'd be better off going for cash sale and putting money towards the Orange SF which seems to be the best <£100 'droid phone around at the moment.
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