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The Easiest Way to Enjoy HD Content in the Living Room
Full HD 1080p Support
By connecting the O!Play HD Media Player via HDMI, you can enjoy full 1080p high-definition video and digital audio using over a single cable. The HDP-R1 also features an optical digital audio output for lossless audio transfer to your receiver or TV.
If you have yet to jump on the HDTV or digital audio bandwagon, no worries, the O!Play also features composite (RCA) audio and video outputs to ensure compatibility with most any setup.
Small but Powerful
O!Play may be compact, but it's fully equipped to play most formats in your digital library. O!Play supports these formats:
O!Play can also bitstream Dolby Digital and DTS Surround audio to your receiver to bring realism to the next level. If you plan on plugging the O!Play directly to your TV set, HDP-R1 can decode those formats and provide a stereo output without headache or hassle.
With such a wide range of compatibility, you can enjoy your media without waiting for conversion.
High Speed Connectivity (eSATA and USB 2.0)
HD content brings full details to your High Definition TV, but it also requires huge bandwidth to render that detailed content. This is why many consumers have invested in external drives with high-speed USB or eSATA interfaces.
And since the unit features both an eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port and a dedicated USB 2.0 port, you can store your media on drives with either interface, and access multiple drives simultaneously.
Advanced LAN Network Support
Those who have their media on network-attached-storage or a networked PC will be delighted to know that the O!Play features an on-board LAN port.
With high-speed Ethernet connectivity, you can stream contents directly to the O!Play rather than moving and connecting external drives.
No matter your media storage preference, the O!Play's got you covered.
Easy-to-Use InterfaceThe O!Play features an intuitive user interface that lets you easily access the files on your storage device regardless of your technical know-how. It only takes a few clicks to begin enjoying your media.
Plus, with advanced options, you can customize settings such as subtitles, aspect ratio, noise reduction and more, to optimize your viewing experience.
Music Shuffle and More at Your Fingertips
The O!Play features a full-function remote for navigating your media, complete with a unique dedicated button for instantly shuffling your music. Just press the Music Shuffle button, and O!Play accesses all the available music files for random playback.
Beware, this box is not wireless, being sold at a ludicrous price for a dysfunctional machine. You have to connect directly to your storage, battle an interface designed by a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Iris Urquizu
Good DLNA player. Smooth streaming, good hdd playback, but also NO apps. I usually use my rokus with playon for dlna streaming. Good linux based project box. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've used it for several years now. I like this better than the streaming units because these are inexpensive and simple to use. Works on most video formats I've tried so far.Published 9 months ago by popeye1
The Best Media Center / Player ever made, Asus Should put this bad boy back into production!!!! it plays everything and the wired network works like a charm, I just love it!!!Published 9 months ago by Diego GS
This is close to a 5 year old product. There are much better media players out these days.
The wife's oplay has worked well for close to 5 years but its lacking in... Read more
Excelente producto. Tiene años y todavía lo sigo utilizando para ver películas desde mi disco duro.Published 13 months ago by José Miguel Arráiz
Everything you would expect in a media player. No complaints, no problems.Published 14 months ago by Cathy Smith
This thing is really "cool!" I have a big monitor and a nice set of computer speakers, but I dreamed of being able to play stuff on my big screen TV. Read morePublished 23 months ago by D. T. Harker
This was otherwise a great little box for the money, but the 100 Meg port made me throw it in the trash can. I could not watch movies off my NAS without constant stopping. Read morePublished on May 24, 2013 by S. Whipple