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Sumvision Cyclone Micro 2+ Full HD HDMI 1080p Multi Media Player with Adaptor

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  • Supports Many Popular HD Videos: The Cyclone Micro 2 supports many popular 1080p HD video formats currently on the market. Formats supported include H.264; MKV; MPEG 2-TS; RMVB (up to 720p) and WMV9 Supports USB Host and Memory Cards:With USB Host support you can plug storage devices such as hard disk drives; flash drives or mp3 and play them directly through the Cyclone
  • Supports 5.1 Surround Sound: Providing the first 5.1 surround sound micro media player adaptor in the market support all popular surround audio format!
  • With its built-in 3-in-1 card reader; the Cyclone Micro 2 is able to support memory cards such as SDHC, SD and MMC
  • Highly Portable: Due to its compact design; the Cyclone Micro 2 can be easily transported anywhere. Take it on holiday with you and plug it into the hotel's TV to play your movies
  • HDMI Digital Output: With the HDMI interface you can enjoy superb digital video and audio quality playback on your TV
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 1 x 6.5 cm ; 100 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
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  • Item model number: cycmic2+
  • ASIN: B0052X04MO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 11 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (803 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 234 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description


SPECIFICATIONS

Media Storage Support: USB devices with file systems: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS only. SD, MMC, SD and SDHC Memory card devices with file systems: FAT and FAT32 only.
Video: Container (MKV, AVI, TS / TP, MP4 / MPV , MOV, VOB, PMP, RM / RMVB, MPG, M2TS, WMV) Codec (MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, XVID, H.264, H.263, WMV / VC-1 and RMVB). Resolution up to 1920 x 1080 (30fps)
Audio: MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, APE, AAC
Photo: JPEG, BMP, PNG and GIF" Support 1080p when using HDMI output to TV
E-book: TXT, LRC and .C
Subtitles: Subtitle Support:SSA, ASS, SUB, ACSII and UTF8
Functions: Playback
Input Connections: 1x USB2.0 and 1x SD / MMC / SDHC Card
Output Connections: 1x HDMI 1.3, 1x Composite (AV) and digital coaxial port (only for Cyclone Micro 2+ model)
HDMI: Up to 1080p
OS Language: English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
DC Power: 5V 2A

Manufacturer's Description

This is the latest version Cyclone Micro 2+ 5.1 Surround Sound SPECIFICATIONS Media Storage Support: USB devices with file systems: FAT, FAT32 and NTFS only. SD, MMC, SD and SDHC Memory card devices with file systems: FAT and FAT32 only. Video: Container (MKV, AVI, TS / TP, MP4 / MPV , MOV, VOB, PMP, RM / RMVB, MPG,M2TS, FLV, WMV) Codec (MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, XVID, DIVX, H.264, H.263, WMV / VC-1 and RMVB). Resolution up to 1920 x 1080 (30fps) Audio: MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC, APE, AAC, AC3, ATRA and DTS Photo: JPEG, BMP, PNG and GIF" Support 1080p when using HDMI output to TV E-book: TXT, LRC and .C Other Formats: ISO "only supports above media files" Subtitles: Subtitle Support:SSA, ASS, SUB, ACSII and UTF8 Functions: Playback Input Connections: 1x USB2.0 and 1x SD / MMC / SDHC Card Output Connections: 1x HDMI 1.3 and 1x Composite (AV) HDMI: Up to 1080p OS Language: English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese DC Power: 5V 2A


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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Ylem on 5 Nov. 2011
After reading all the reviews on this product i decided to gamble which I thick most people are doing when
buying something that has all the functionality this device has at the price it is.

I tested this device on a LG 42" (42LG70YD) TV and a Acer 19" pc monitor (P193w, with hdmi to vga adapter)
with a Kingson Datatraveler 8gig & 16gig pen drive/memory stick
the files I tested :

Battle Los Angeles - Full blue ray 1080p into MKV 7.2 gig file.
Inception - blue-ray compressed 720p into a MP4 3.4 gig file.
Wall-e - blue ray compressed 720P into a MKV x264 699mb file.
Horrible Bosses - DVDrip 700mb AVI file.
Audio files in MP3,WMV,FLAC,OGG
Picture files in JPG,PNG,GIF

The Result ?
This device did not skip a beat on anything.
I was abit worried at first because of the reviews about juddering playback and stuff like that
but after time i was just trying to make it fail.
pausing,playing,pause again,fastforward,stop film, resume, pull the memory stick out during playback .etc
and it just isnt giving up.

Downsides ?
Well...umm...The remote? maybe? I can kind of see peoples views on the remote being shoddy
but really you just have to accept that the remote is a very very "good value" product or "cheap" in other words
and pointing it directly at the device will get the job done and plus the usb input is next to the remote signal receiver
so make sure it isnt blocked by the usb cable or memory stick.

Overall.
For £30 its a steal.
Get it in the basket.

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By manicminer on 4 Mar. 2012
i have both the wd media player(1080p) and the cyclone micro2 -considering the large price difference here are my personal views on them

Both have an external p.s.u built into plug with about the same length of mains cable

The WD has optical out(sound) which is excellent for my set up- however there is no DTS output from the WD
The micro2 has a digital not optical output band again no DTS output

The menu selections of both units are good -the WD dispays icons the micro2 shows folders -both are quick, easy to understand and use

Setting up is a little easier on the WD via the icon system but the micro is simple enough

hand sets -both do the job -there must have been an upgrade to the micro2 from the micro 1 as i found it responsive and easy to follow both are about the same size and do a good job.

I have tried several different film formats -264h,divx,vobs. etc. and nothing i have tried on both units have failed. I used a panasonic viera plasma 42inch television and a 23 inch 3d(passive) LG television(excellent 3d btw) to check on quality- both units upscaled where needed to 1080p and other resolutions
comparison- the WD did seem to give a slightly sharper picture but the difference is very very small- both units performing better than sky hd(1080I)

Sound was excellent from the WD (optical) the digital micro2 output was not quite on a par -but i would say that, i do use hearing aides and as such i may be biased- but the difference again could easily be rectified by altering the settings on your tv or audio system

I used a trancend 16g usb mem stick -both units worked np.
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130 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. White TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 July 2011
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Firstly, if money is no object, please stop reading and just go ahead and buy this instead:Western Digital TV HD 1080P Media Player

Otherwise this Sumvision is, in the following ways only, a bit like the 'poorer cousin' of the 'WD TV HD 1080p' (hereinafter 'WD'). All of which are still worth mentioning to you fellow prospective buyers in advance.

1) The remote on the Cyclone is really as hit or miss as others have suggested. In contrast, the WD's remote just works. Another reviewer has reported success with replacing the remote with a One For All; which is probably a good solution.

2) Firmware: on the Sumvision site I was surprised to find that there is no new firmware to be downloaded, nor indeed anything which suggests that any further firmware will be released in the future (the manual does however mention a possibility of updates, but as there aren't any already, I'll not be holding my breath for them). In contrast, should you splash out on the WD you will find that the product will be supported with firmware updates - until at least WD release a newer model. (Alas, I owned the original 1st gen 'WD Live' and they, naughty WD!, no longer support it). So when you buy the Cyclone, that's it, thanks very much and don't bother us with... Sumvision's idea of firmware updates seems to be: "why bother fixing something so cheap when we can just release another updated unit to repace it". Hmmm.

3) Now, when I try to change the video setting to 1080p, which my Phillips definitely supports, that option is blanked out and all I am allowed is the inferior 1080i. No matter what I do, I can find no way to enable 1080p in the Cyclone's settings.
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