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    How Do You Watch Down loaded Movies on Your TV ?

    My normal route to watch movies ive downloaded is to put it on a USB Thumb drive or burn them to a DVD - RW , my 950 Baht DVD player has a USB port so I can play the movies using the USB Thumb Drive or the burnt DVD , some times the quality of the USB movie is not too good even thought when I play the movie on my Mac and the movie is perfect , burning each movie to a DVD is time consuming but gives good results. I am now looking at other ways to watch the downloaded movies on my normal Home Tv , and have come across these Two Media player units ..

    1. The Playon! HD - HDMI








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    and on sale in Thailand for 5,490 Baht

    Buy A.C.Ryan Playon!HD Multimedia HD Player with Ethernet and Torrent Download Support at invadeIT - Online Computer Store Thailand for just ฿5,490.00


    2. WD TV Live HD media player








    On sale in Thailand for around 5,000 Baht

    WD TV Live HD Media Player ( WDBAAN0000NBK )

    As ive never used a Media Player before I was wondering how you guys watched your downloaded movies on your TV , any advice or comments - Thanks

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    Media players

    There's another thread here about Wireless A/V put I posted this - comes with a 1Tb drive so you can store stuff on it and keep your PC disk free.

    Iomega ScreenPlay Pro 1TB Hard Drive Portable Media Player - 34151 - 225017 | pcRUSH.com

    I also also have a Snazio MediaCinema NMT in the bedroom with a 2Tb external drive and a 1Tb Internal drive.

    They both network so you can move stuff from your PC to them, and they'll take DVD drives or Flash drives as well.

    (And yes, I need that amount of space, a ripped DVD is several gigabytes).

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    Just run an hdmi from your pc.

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    I've got the WD HD player, It works fine. Got a 1 TB HD that is full of movies thanks to my BIL in Oz and I transfer stuff that I downloaded to a 250 GB HD. Has 2 usb ports as well. Don't know of that other brand but can vouch for the WD.
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    Yeah, the player + 1TB combo is the go.

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    Hi, i'm gonna be visiting bangkok in a week and this thread is a very useful source as i wanted to buy WD Live Tv HD player so can someone help me with best location to find the player and other computer hardware? btw i know this isn't the right forum to ask but i need HPI Savage 4.6 RTR parts so if possible plz guide me to any RC / Hobby shops that do have HPI stuff.. thanks..

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    Is the WDTV Live actually available in Thailand yet, i know the non live one is for 5000b but i have not seen the live one yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swooosh View Post
    btw i know this isn't the right forum to ask but i need HPI Savage 4.6 RTR parts so if possible plz guide me to any RC / Hobby shops that do have HPI stuff.. thanks..
    Before i took my trucks home i used to buy parts from here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Is the WDTV Live actually available in Thailand yet, i know the non live one is for 5000b but i have not seen the live one yet.
    As far as I know the WD TV Live is not yet avaiable in Thailand , I know some one who has just bought one from eBay ( Malaysia ) ...

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    It arrived in Thailand by Fed Ex and there was an extra 600 Baht import charge, so far reports are very good .

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