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New Arrival! KDLINKS HD700 Extreme FULL HD 1080P 3D Media Player with Gigabit Network, Built-In Wifi, 7.1 HD-Audio, Youtube & Full ISO/VOB Support (Realtek 1186 3D)

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  • Realtek 1186 3D Chipset Brings a Faster Clock Speed, More RAM, HDMI 1.4 and Full 3D Support
  • Gigabit 1000Mbps Network & Built-In 802.11n Wi-Fi. No More Additional Cost, No More Compatibility Issues; Ready to Use Right Out Of Box
  • Best Media Player to Play All Media Files. It Supports Full 1080P, Plus it also supports Blu-Ray Navigation Menu (BD-1.0 and 2D movies only), Multi Audio Channel Switch, Chapter Selction, Subtitle On/Off
  • Quickly Enjoy Picasa, Flickr, PPTV, PPS, Weather, RSS News, etc On Your HDTV Through This Networked Media Player, Even Without Your Laptop
  • 4 USB Ports and 1 SATA Port; LCD Front Panel Showing Playback Clock; Support RCA, YPbPr and HDMI; Good For Any TV Set (CRT or LCD/LED); New Aluminum Housing Enables the Player Efficient in Dissipating Heat From The CPU. Fanless Design Make It Silent
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Connectivity Technology Wireless Wi-Fi Wired & Wireless Wi-Fi
Total USB Ports 2 0 2 3
Number of HDMI Ports Information not Provided 1 1 1
Model Year 2012 2013 2011 2012
Dimensions 7 inches x 2 inches 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches 4.9 inches x 3.9 inches 3.9 inches x 3.9 inches
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Product Description

Introducing...

kdLinks HD700 is a high end digital media player with the most advanced Realtek 1186 3D chipset. It has built in WiFi (a/b/g/n). It fully supports Youtube and 1080P ISO/VOB files. With 1186 chipset, it also supports 3D movie playback on 3D TV.

If you are looking for a media player which could play almost all formats (i.e. ISO, VOB, FLAC, CUE), this HD700 is your best choice.

Key Features

HD700 can truly decodes, playback and outputs High Definition 3D/2D 1080p videos through HDMI 1.4 interface. It can play almost any media files.
- Video Files - BDMV, BD-ISO, MKV, MOV, WMV, TS, M2TS, MTS, FLV, AVI, DVD-ISO, VOB, M2P, MP4, MPG, DAT, ASF, TP TRP, SWF
- Video Codecs - H.264/AVC, MPEG1/2/4, DivX/Xvid, VC-1, and RMVB
- Audio Formats - DTS/DTS-HD MA, Dolby AC3/True-HD, LPCM, ADPCM, FLAC, APE, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, MP3, OGG, WAM, WAV
- Image Formats - JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, and TIF
- 4 USB, 1 SATA & LCD Front Panel
- Video Output: RCA, YPbPr and HDMI
- Support 2D/3D* (*Require 3D TV and Glasses)

What's Included:

- HD700 Player
- IR Remote
- 110-240V AC Adapter
- HDMI Cable
- User Manual

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008CBQSKU
  • Item model number: HD700
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (355 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,663 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 18, 2012
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The user interface is very smooth and easy to navigate.
Geoff
Customer support is excellent (via email) ... Eric in support is very responsive and helpful w/ any questions I have.
cmm373
Great media player that plays all the file formats I throw at it.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Jk Lewis on September 10, 2012
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This player is great and does what the vendor claims it will do. I have tried an ISOO 3D Blu-ray file, MVK, AVI, MP3 and others all of which worked seamlessly. The connection was simple and pretty much plug and play. I used an HDMI cable (one is provided but I did not use it) and then powered up the unit. I then added a USB external hard drive I got from Dell for free (meaning it is definitely not the best). Once I plugged it in I repowered the unit and I would say it took about 1 - 1 ½ minutes for this to come on and see the drive. This might be a bit of an issue for some but not for me, this might also be improved with a more modern drive but I could care less either way. The remote is fine, the only issue I had was turning it on, you have to hold the power button for 1-3 seconds for it to come on the rest of the buttons worked fine in full day light from across the room. Besides the power up speed this unit is killer and played both ISO 3D and side by side 3D without issue along with standard movies as well. It has several audio and video options depending on your configuration. I have an HD/3D receiver that sounded great with the ripped files. I have not tried any audio files with this unit but I would be willing to bet they sound great if the file type and size is there. Bottom line, great product that is worth the money, it works as advertised. The only thing is how long it will last, if the life span is decent then this is the product to get if you are looking for a media player that will play whatever you throw at it. This unit can be configured wirelessly or hard wired, it is not compatible with the PS3, I tried to find it on my server list on the PS3 and it does not see it.
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59 of 69 people found the following review helpful By S.W. on September 19, 2012
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I was fortunate enough to get one of the very first shipped form Amazon. After now having had the opportunity to use it for a little over a month, I can honestly say this was a great purchase. I have been on the lookout for a streaming solution which would allow me to stream bluray .iso files from my office/media storage PC up to my dedicated theater. I initially tried the Patriot Box Office with Custom Firmware and although it worked - it didn't work very well. I then learned of the HD700 and thought I'd try it out. I can say "it works!"

My PC (server) specs: Intel 3960X, 64GB DDR3 RAM, Kingston HyperX SSD (for Windows 7 OS) and 9TB 7200RPM Storage. I rip all of my BD's to an .iso and store them on the 7200 drives. The bluray iso files are streamed on a gigabit network thru a D-Link (central) switch then to my dedicated theater. To date, the only real issue I've experienced was when trying to utilize the addition of 2 additional D-Link 8 port switches on either end of my network setup (1 on the PC end to allow additional network connections in my office and 1 on the theater end to allow additional network connections on that end), the bluray .iso did stutter. When I removed the D-Link 8 port switches from either end - the stuttering all but stopped. I have tested this with several different files. To date, I have not tried to use this unit wirelessly. I can do so if there is any interest (leave a comment).

I did contact tech support to discuss the aforementioned issue and received a response in about 2 hours which is extremely impressive. In fact, I worked with tech support throughout a weekend and received several personalized responses to numerous questions. Tech support like this is generally impossible.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By J. Lee on August 15, 2012
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I already own a kdlinks HD680 which has been the best player until this new HD700 arrived. Ther are several improvements in the HD700 media player. First of all, it has LCD display for playback that helps to see the on/off status. You can also search play time when fast forward or rewind the file. Second, it came with a remote controller that works much easier than that with the HD680. Menu screen has a better and clearer interface so it is easy to play with. In addition, the user manual is big enough to read. These features may sound like no big deal, but it is very helpful.

HD700 advantages vs. HD680: 4 USB 2.0 ports, gigabite LAN, metal case, LCD front panel, 1186 chipset which is faster than 1185, and it supports 3D ISO movie files.

HD700 claims 3D capability which I cannot test because I do not have a 3D TV. It is equipped with a bunch of Internet Apps such as Youtube, Flicker, Yahoo, Facebook, etc. You can watch any Youtube video you like on your TV in full screen which I think is awesome. HD700, like HD680, can play almost all formats, including AVI, WMA, MP4, BDMV, BD-ISO, MKV, DVD-ISO, MP, M2TS, TP, etc. Of course it supports 1080 full HD.

This HD700 player is a must have that can satisfy your need to play any video and audio files. You would not regret your phurchase!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pratik on November 8, 2014
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Being the inveterate movie addict that I am (and there being more hours of movies and TV shows being produced in month than I will ever have viewing time for, even in an 8 day-week!), I've a compulsive and compelling need for digital media players - to watch movies/TV shows stored on my hard disks at a time and place convenient to me and, more importantly, the rest of my family! Therefore, I've had occasion to use pretty much most of the popular brands, starting with WD TV Live (which remains a competent performer and my second favourite), Iomega, Amkette EVO, ASUS O Play, etc. right up to the KDLinks HD 700, a relatively unknown (to me, at least) brand that I came across and purchased in February 2013. The decision was influenced in large measure by the one unique feature it offered at that time: the capability to play back 3D content.

I haven't regretted that decision a single day in the 20 months I've been using it.

The KDLinks HD700 has played back everything that I have thrown at it - all conceivable video formats - VOB, 1080p iso, AVI, BDMV, BD-ISO, DAT, FLV, M2P, M2TS, MKV, MOV, MP4, MTS, SWF, TP, TRP, TS and WMV - in brilliant colour, DTS sound and both 2D and 3D renditions, no different in visual and sound quality than the originals. Not only does it excel in 2D but, to my mind, leads on the 3D front, too. I don't know whether it was the first HD digital media player to offer 3D but others are still playing catch-up. With built-in Wi-Fi, one can directly stream YouTube and, if you have a subscription, Netflix movies and shows in high definition (so long as one has an internet broadband connection capable of streaming HD quality images - upwards of 6-8 Mbps, which is pretty much par for course these days).
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