Media streamer reviews

All the media streamers we're reviewed, on sale in Australia

If you want to watch downloaded movies, play music or watch slideshows on your TV, the best way to do it is to buy a media streamer. These dedicated boxes hook up to your home network and TV to display all the shared files you've got, and can also play back files off USB or an internal hard drive.

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Dvico TViX M-6600N

DVICO's TViX M-6600N is a personal video recorder that improves on the solid groundwork of earlier TViX models. It's not a perfect PVR, with occasional hiccups that might annoy novice users, but the expansive feature-set makes it a tempting prospect.

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  • 8th Jan., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Dvico
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  • Pros:
  • 802.11n wireless, twin HD tuners, 1TB internal HDD, wide range of codecs supported
  • Cons:
  • Occasional stability issues, no stored content playback while recording

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