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C300 !

next010

Distinguished Member
From what I can make out differences with A300 are
* 2 internal SATA ports and of course can take optical drive
* Colour display
* WiFi built in ?
* RF remote

If the A300 keeps it's BD menu support then there isn't that big of a difference between the two players.
 

KevG123

Active Member
From what I can make out differences with A300 are
* 2 internal SATA ports and of course can take optical drive
* Colour display
* WiFi built in ?
* RF remote

If the A300 keeps it's BD menu support then there isn't that big of a difference between the two players.

You're right, but I love the display

sad, I know...:laugh:
 

MarkE19

Moderator
Not being able to actually read the review of the C-300, so I've used Google Translate and as I see it the only upgrades from the C-200 are:
SMP8647 vs SMP8642 (800MHz vs 667MHz, gigabit vs 100mbps LAN)
2 internal SATA ports (does the newer C-200 case still only have 1 port?)
Colour screen

It should be available in the UK from January and has a retail price of €379 so will probably sell here for around £379 :rolleyes:

Mark.
 

KevG123

Active Member
As soon as it appeared on that site they announced it properly on the NMT forum with pdf's
 

406lx

Active Member
Waiting for the Dune Max 8910 upgrade here.

What is the 8647 performance compared to the 8670 chip?
 
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Dan201

Well-known Member
So this could take a Bluray drive?

Basically a Dune HD Max but with an auto juke box. Sounds very tempting.
 

MarkE19

Moderator
Yes, but so can the C-200

Mark.
 

Ekso

Active Member
Waiting for the Dune Max 8910 upgrade here.

What is the 8647 performance compared to the 8670 chip?

Me too...been holding off on buying a Dune Max for last 18months becuase of this.
 

jetsetjimbo

Active Member
Ekso said:
Me too...been holding off on buying a Dune Max for last 18months becuase of this.

When the 8910 upgrade will actually materialise is another matter...
 

Dan201

Well-known Member
I wouldn't wait for a new chip unless its a week or so away from when I first wanted to buy. Theres always another upgrade/new product around the corner. You won't ever buy if you want the next thing out.
 

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