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  1. Item: Dune HD Solo 4K Media-player Location: Perth Price: $275 Item Condition: See description Reason for selling: Surplus Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank transfer Extra Info: I purchased this as a new unit from Ebay in Germany. It looks as if it has been opened before but doesn't look like it has been used. I have not used it either because I had gone in a different direction for a media player. These can go for crazy money on Ebay and elsewhere ( Up to $800) . I'm not sure why but it does produce superb pictures and it will play any file format including ISO and BDMV folders with full menu support. Further information can be found here: https://dune-hd.com/eng/news/detail/112-solo-4k-new-powerful-media-player-from-dune-hd-with-hevc-4k Pictures:
  2. Hi guys. So who's going to build themselves a Roon-Core-Kit? https://community.roonlabs.com/t/roon-core-kit-previously-reported-as-roon-os/14175 I should clarify what "Roon OS" is, since everyone is asking questions that seem to be revolving around what they think this thing is. First, it is going to be renamed to "Roon Core Kit", as it will not be a typical operating system. This is is what it offers (and what it doesn't offer): it is completely free ($0) it is an alternative to Windows/MacOS/Ubuntu/Arch/etc.. it runs Roon (The stock Linux RoonServer to be exact), but does not come with a Roon membership. You need to bring that yourself. it is an extremely lightweight Linux-based operating system. Much more on the scale of an embedded machine than a desktop or server operating system. it is a turn-key image with all required pieces to make a Linux based Roon appliance without any prior knowledge of Roon or Linux it should be near silent or completely silent, depending on hardware it runs on a few hardware configurations that are easy to purchase worldwide, reliable, and perform at a level at which we think provides a good Roon experience for libraries of various sizes, taking into account future enhancements (to the best of our abilities). any hardware configurations not sanctioned (owned, built-for, and tested) by the Roon Labs team are unsupported, and although they may work, they may also stop working at any time due to updates. it will auto-update in an experience similar to Roon, integrated fully into the Roon Remotes' Settings->About page. it will provide a web browser based configuration for networking setup, factory reset, power/reboot, etc... it will not be able to run additional software, nor will it support any customizations or modifications to the operating system it has beta level support for some WiFi chipsets, including the one built into the 6th generation NUCs. it has support for multiple USB based ethernet adapters, plus the built-in ethernet. it supports the NUC5 and NUC6 Core i3 and i5 series machines, with 1 internal m.2 SSD (64GB or larger)) and 4GB (or more) of RAM. No additional internal drives are supported. it uses some of the M.2 SSD for the environment and Roon, but the rest is for Roon's databases. You can not store music on this SSD. it can use your existing USB hard drives and NAS for music storage, and you can migrate your Roon databases over to it. Filesystems supported: EXT2/3/4 VFAT/FAT32/FAT16/EXFAT NTFS HFSPLUS HFS and it can mount SMB shares. it exposes your USB drives as an SMB share (micro-NAS!) Roon 1.3 supports a new filebrowser and backup system (for you Roon database, not the actual music content) that works well with truly headless appliances It supports USB and the built-in NUC audio outputs -- in exclusive mode. It will run on the Skull Canyon NUC as well: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/nuc/nuc-kit-nuc6i7kyk-features-configurations.html
  3. So I have a few questions as I cant seem to get this projector doing anything I want it to.. First issue - I have a Seagate wireless media player full of movies. I was under the impression that the wireless projector and the media player would be able to talk to each other without fuss. On the projector it manages to find the Seagate wireless signal but thats it. It doesn't read the media player as in there is no menu full of movies. Ideas? Second Issue - Mirroring. I can mirror images from my phone but when I try to load the netflix app, I can read the menu but on pressing play, the title of the show is there but no picture. Third Issue - Just bought a cheap DVD player that is just supposed to connect to anything via HDMI. I'm getting Source:HDMI, No Signal. Arrgh! Would be very grateful if anyone could tell me where I am going wrong? Thanks
  4. So I have a few questions as I cant seem to get this projector doing anything I want it to.. First issue - I have a Seagate wireless media player full of movies. I was under the impression that the wireless projector and the media player would be able to talk to each other without fuss. On the projector it manages to find the Seagate wireless signal but thats it. It doesn't read the media player as in there is no menu full of movies. Ideas? Second Issue - Mirroring. I can mirror images from my phone but when I try to load the netflix app, I can read the menu but on pressing play, the title of the show is there but no picture. Third Issue - Just bought a cheap DVD player that is just supposed to connect to anything via HDMI. I'm getting Source:HDMI, No Signal. Arrgh! Would be very grateful if anyone could tell me where I am going wrong? Thanks
  5. I am new to the forum, sorry if i am posting in the wrong place I have an exhibition coming up and need some advice on technical set up. The gallery is providing projectors but no media player, as there once's are not reliable What would be a good option for playing a movie file on. I don't have enough in my budget to get a mac mini as player And a DVD player is not an option as the file is to big. The reason i cant use a laptop to play off is lack of space, plus i would like a push and play option. This would make it easy for the staff and Volunteers to use I have looked at the WD media players but they show the replay option when the movie needs to repeat. This would effect the feel of the movie. It needs to play in a loop mode and with no other chances on screen Any advice would be great. Thanks
  6. Item: Mede8er MED1000X3D Media Player (Black Edition) Location: Yarra Ranges (Vic) Price: $200 + postage if needed Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer needed Payment Method: Pickup - Cash,Bank Deposit. Paypal for shipped only. Extra Info: This is a great unit but I'm changing how I do things so it's no longer needed. • Full 3D - HDMI 1.4 - Play 3D BD-ISO • Complete Aluminium Die Cast Casing - Fanless Design • Mede8er XBay - Easy Hard Drive Change - Up to 4TB • Transmission BT (Bittorrent Client). • Active Backlit Remote with Self Learning Hot Button • Mede8er Developed Movie & Music Jukebox - Database Driven • Web Services, YouYube XL, Web Browser • Built in Mede8er Favourites Manager • Community Skins and Easy Backdrop Customization • HD Audio - 7.1 DTSMA & Dolby True HD • Fast USB3.0 Port • Music JukeBox Local & Network Support • Built In View Manager (5 Custom views) • Compatible with Mac HFS+ USB Drives • Movie XML Med Data in Media Library • Video JukeBox XML Search Function • Hard Drive Spin Down Function • Alpha Search in Media Library • Internal Hard Drive Up to 4TB • External Hard Drive Up to 4TB • Internet Media Streams • Social Media • Watched Indicator • Built in Web Browser • Optional Wi-Fi USB / PCIe • Internet Radio (SHOUTcast) • Full Parental Control on Folders • SD Card slot / Sony Pro Duo Card Slot • Samba Server - NAS Storage • Photo slide show with background music • Subtitle: SRT, SSA, SUB, SMI, PGS format • Network - Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps port Pictures:
  7. Item: Pioneer Custom Retro HTPC Location: Perth Item condition description: I have here a one of a kind custom HTPC Media Player in excellent working and cosmetic condition. Gutted out old pre 1980's pioneer stereo deck with Alienware micro ATX system. The power button of the stereo turns the computer on and off. "REC" light is the hard drive light VU meters light up with orange LED low light when the power is on (replicates the old bulbs) Two front facing USB ports are incorporated in some control holes Price: SOLD Reason for selling: Doesn't gets used Payment Methods: COD Extra Info: - Alien ware Micro ATX motherboard - BLURAY, DVDRW, CDRW drive - ATI video/sound card with HDMI out (video and audio out through HDMI) - TP-Link Wireless N adapter (wifi) - Custom fans with resistors to lower noise (system is extremely quiet) - 5 USB ports - Ethernet port - Windows 7 Ultimate. - Intel® Core 1.8GHz - 80gb Harddrive - 2 GB RAM
  8. Item: Pioneer Custom Retro HTPC Location: Perth, WA Item condition description: I have here a one of a kind custom HTPC Media Player in excellent working and cosmetic condition. Gutted out old pre 1980's pioneer stereo deck with Alienware micro ATX system. The power button of the stereo turns the computer on and off. "REC" light is the hard drive light VU meters light up with orange LED low light when the power is on (replicates the old bulbs) Two front facing USB ports are incorporated in some control holes Price: $300.00 Reason for selling: Doesn't gets used Payment Methods: COD Extra Info: - Alien ware Micro ATX motherboard - BLURAY, DVDRW, CDRW drive - ATI video/sound card with HDMI out (video and audio out through HDMI) - TP-Link Wireless N adapter (wifi) - Custom fans with resistors to lower noise (system is extremely quiet) - 5 USB ports - Ethernet port - Windows 7 Ultimate. - Intel® Core 1.8GHz - 80gb Harddrive - 2 GB RAM Will throw in free Monster HDMI cable more pics: http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/2_zps03f4d780.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/3_zps4de4d524.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8693_zpse5875f86.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8714_zps86f1d4bb.jpg http://i1282.photobucket.com/albums/a540/Deja-vu/IMG_8688_zpsa2790e61.jpg
  9. Item: 1 Logitech Sound Blaster Touch Media Player Location: Sydney Price: $210 including remote & Logitech plugpack. Item Condition: Ribbons & woofers fully functional, crossover capacitors refreshed 1 year ago. Ribbon grill cloth could do with a refresh. Black grill cloth fine on woofer box. Reason for selling: Side graded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Extra Info: Used & in good condition Pickup preferred
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