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Noontec/Hisense/Astone/HiMedia.. Which one ???

branson

Standard Member
Hi Guys

Has been scouting around for a full HD media player (play all formats). There are so many models available now.. Wonder which is the best.. in aspect of playable playing all video formats, stability, graphics interfaces.. Can any brothers give me pointers please..

a) Noontec v8
b) HisenseMP800H
c) Astone AP100/AP200
d) HiMedia HD300A

Thanks in advance
 

Member 351202

Established Member
its a fairly open question

I would love to say what player is best but they all have issues.

What's the budget and what features are most important?
Where will the content live?
 

dwhite

Distinguished Member
I agree with digitalera, tell us your most important requirements and then we'll give you an appropriate list of players. There's far too many players out there that meet your current vague requirements.
 

branson

Standard Member
Thanks for the prompter..

Budget is not really that critical as difference between all players is few tens of dollars.

Important features of the player is:-

-Able to player all video formats in the current market, especially mkv and rmvb up to 1080p. Heat problem?
-GUI, easy to navigate, user friendly?
-Stability? hang after playback sometime?
-Can time search on playback?
-Can resume playback?
-read Chinese and English subtitles and change the font size?

Thanks.
 
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branson

Standard Member
Thanks for the prompter..

Budget is not really that critical as difference between all players is few tens of dollars.

Important features of the player is:-

-Able to player all video formats in the current market, especially mkv and rmvb up to 1080p. Heat problem?
-GUI, easy to navigate, user friendly?
-Stability? hang after playback sometime?
-Can time search on playback?
-Can resume playback?
-read Chinese and English subtitles and change the font size?

Thanks.

Still waiting for kind advise..:boring:
 

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