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D-Link DSM-320 Wireless Media Player, Audio/Photo/Video, 802.11g

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  • Transfer Speeds Up to 54 Mbps
  • Supports all popular media formats
  • Allows you to access digital media content stored on your PC, browse your music files, watch your videos, and display your photos
  • Connects Wirelessly Using 802.11g or Via Ethernet
  • Compatible with Windows 98SE, Me, 2000 or XP
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: D-Link
  • Model: DSM-320
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Network Transport Protocol: TCP/IP
  • Network Remote Management Protocol: HTTP
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 1 inches ; 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001WXTF0
  • Item model number: DSM-320
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,653 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 2, 2006

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

D-Link introduces the latest addition to its multimedia family of products: The D-Link DSM-320 wireless media player. The DSM-320 unites your network with your home entertainment center, allowing you to share, access, and enjoy your digital media--whether it's music, videos, or photos--in the comfort of your living room.

The DSM-320 supports 802.11g wireless standards with transfer speeds up to 54 Mbps, giving you maximum throughput for your digital media. Setting up the DSM-320 wireless media player is simple, and the sleek design makes it a natural addition to your home entertainment center. Audio-video (AV) jacks on the back panel of the DSM-320 can be plugged directly into your TV, letting you access digital media content stored on your PC, browse your music files, watch your videos, and display your photos. In addition, the DSM-320 lets you access online media contents such as Radio@AOL on your TV through an existing broadband Internet connection.

The DSM-320 adheres to the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) AV specification, and complies with Intel Networked Media Product Requirements (INMPR), allowing it to communicate with other UPnP AV media devices seamlessly.


The DSM-320 wireless media player supports and streams virtually all audio, video, and image formats stored on your PC. With support for MP3, WMA, and WAV audio files, listen to all of your music on your stereo. Watch your stored videos in MPEG-1, -2, or -4, AVI, QuickTime, or Xvid format on your TV, or enjoy slideshows of your favorite photos in JPEG, JPEG2000, TIFF, GIF, BMP, or PNG formats. Better yet, it’s easy to access all your media files through the TV Interface using the remote control included with the DSM-320.

Experience your digital media like never before with the DSM-320 wireless media player. The DSM-320 includes everything you need to instantly access and play your music, videos, and photos using your home entertainment center.

Product Description

D-Link's DSM-320 Wireless Media Adapter is a next generation multimedia product that streams all your favorite media files to your home entertainment center. It supports 802.11g wireless standards with transfer speeds up to 54Mbps. The DSM-320 supports all popular media formats including MP3, WAV, and WMA for audio files, MPEG1/2/4, AVI, and DivX4/5 for video, and JPEG, GIF, BMP, and PNG for images. Plug the DSM-320 directly into your TV to easily access all your media content through the user-friendly TV interface with the included remote control. Experience your digital media like never before with the DSM-320 Wireless Media Adapter.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This thing was very easy to setup.
Jim P. Mutdosch
I spoke with tech support and they indicated this is a known issue on which they are working.
Don Anderson
These same files play on every other mp3 player I own.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Gariano on November 26, 2005
Below I describe a few UPnP compliant software applications that enable you to make much better use of the DSM-320. Without these applications, I would describe the DSM-320 as a good product. With these applications, I would describe it as a great product. Sorry if this review is a little technical, but I want to get this information out there. It took me some time to figure it out.

The DSM-320 comes with software called a "media server" that runs on your PC and serves music, pictures, and video to the unit over your home network. Because the DSM-320 is UPnP compliant, it is compatible with any UPnP media server. Twonkyvision and TVersity make media servers that are superior to the media server that comes with the DSM-320. Twonkyvision ([...]) enables you to stream music from the Internet (you do this by adding Shoutcast or .m3u streams as playlists to the media server), and it also works with the Cidero media controller (see next paragraph). TVersity ([...]) allows you to stream music over the internet and watch internet TV, but at the time of writing does not work with the Cidero media controller. The Twonkyvision music server is a free download, and the full media server (for music, pictures, and video) is $10 - $20. The TVersity media server is a free download.

Another really cool UPnP compliant PC application that works with the DSM-320 is the Cidero media controller ([...]). This is a freeware Java program that allows you to control the DSM-320 from your PC. With it, for example, you can queue up any number of mp3 songs on your computer, or choose Shoutcast radio stations, and play, pause, stop, and shuffle them from your PC. I prefer controlling the DSM-320 this way as opposed to the television based GUI, because then I don't have to have the television on.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ronen Mizrahi on May 20, 2005
This thing requires running a media server software on one's PC. The choice of this software is crucial since with most of them, including the software it ships with, it is a very limited device. However there is a media server that makes this box very versatile and much more useful, it can be found at [...]

The DLink Media Server software ships with this device and when used you end up not being able to play WMV, or ipod AAC files. Also high bitrate MP3 files won't play. The online content that comes with it is very limited and pretty much useless.

The TVersity Media Server adds support for WMV playback as well as ipod AAC, high bitrate mp3 and many many more formats. It also makes it possible to play virtually any online content and it comes with the ability to play all the movie trailers from ifilm on your TV as well as Radio and TV stations from around the world. Very cool stuff!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John E. Rabb on October 27, 2006
Great product that worked out of the box. I'll explain...

This is EXACTLY the product I needed. I have an ATI TV Tuner Card installed on my computer and over time have created a large collection of my favorite TV shows in mpeg format. I have the choice of sitting at my desk chair and watching these shows, or burning them to a DVD, then taking the DVD to the den and viewing the DVD on the large screen TV. No more "sneaker" net for me.

I chose the DSM-320 after pricing a brand new Windows Media Center computer with all the bells and whistles, and after pricing the separate hardware to build my own Windows Media Center computer. In both cases, the price difference is huge. Don't forget you would also have that new computer box in your den sitting next to everything else. Then I'd have to work out all the different detailed settings for the various video formats and sizes to view them correctly on my big screen tv, I have read many advice columns on this and didn't feel I would be up to this particular challenge after spending so much on a new PC.

With the DSM-320 I can watch any of my recorded television shows stored on my pc, listen to all of my own music stored on my pc, and view my great family and vacation photos stored on my computer, AND I can also easily access Internet Only Video, Music and Photos. Some for free, some for fee. It's truly EOD (Entertainment on Demand).

I am a computer consultant by trade and very familiar with networks, but I didn't have to be an expert to install the DSM-320. Here's what I did, and why...

Prior to its arrival I ran a new CAT5 cable from my dlink wireless router to my den where I planned to locate the DSM-320.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jack the Hack on August 26, 2004
I first had this media player from D-Link a month or so ago. I've seen, I believe, two firmware upgrades and they both solved some small things, and I heard there is a big one coming soon. So updates will always be made to this media player with very little interaction by you, the user. Basically it updates automatically, you just say Yes, as long as it is connected to the Internet. Which you usually have setup by default because you want the Radio@AOL features right?

I really enjoy the features and abilities of this device. Surround sound, Component video, S-Video, networkable, plays digital music, video, photos, etc. It looks nice in my entertainment center, has a cool remote, and it works.

Well with most features it does. At least all the important ones.

I'd get it if I didn't have it even with the knowledge I have now, just because it will be upgraded. I've bought several networking products through out the years from D-Link and they seem to get better and better with product updates and firmware fixes. This product still gets 5 stars from me, because of who makes it and what it can do.
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