|Item Weight||12.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 1.6 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||MPLAY-HD|
Micca MPLAY-HD WLAN 1080P Full-HD Digital Media Player with 802.11n WLAN, Fast LAN Network, 7.1 HD-Audio
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- 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet LAN and 802.11n WLAN For Fast and Powerful Networking
- Powerful 1080p Video Player: MKV, AVI, MOV, MP4, WMV, MPG, VOB, DVD/BD-ISO, M2TS, TS, DAT, RM/RMVB
- Audio Format Support: MP3, OGG, WMA, WAV, FLAC, APE
- Supports USB Drives, USB Hard Drives, SD/SDHC Flash Memory Cards, FAT/FAT32, NTFS, HFS+, and EXT3, up to 2TB
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The MPLAY-HD WLAN is a powerful yet affordable digital media player designed to easily play videos, music or photos anywhere in the home. With its fast LAN connectivity and built-in 802.11n WLAN wireless capability, the MPLAY-HD WLAN can stream media content from sources on your home network or receive media pushes form compatible smartphones and tablets. Whether playing heart warming home videos in the comfort of a living room or delivering a heart pounding blockbuster movie experience in a home theater, the MPLAY-HD WLAN is an exceptionally versatile choice for all media playback needs.
Harnessing the convenience of modern portable devices, the MPLAY-HD WLAN works as a DLNA media renderer device to receive media pushes from smartphone and tablets running DLNA software. The player’s cast screen function allows the screen and audio output of a compatible smartphone or tablet device to be mirrored to the player for display on a TV.
A Universal Media Player
The MPLAY-HD WLAN provides flawless playback for all of today's popular media file formats up to 1080p - no more guessing whether a video you just got is supported!
- Video Files - MKV, AVI, MOV, MP4, WMV, MPG, VOB, DVD/BD-ISO, M2TS, TS, DAT, RM/RMVB
- Video Codecs - H.264/AVC, MPEG1/2/4, VC-1, and RMVB
- Audio Formats - MP3, OGG, WMA, WAV, FLAC, APE
- Image Formats - JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIF
- Video: HDMI 1.3, CVBS/Composite
- Resolution: NTSC, PAL, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
- Audio: SPDIF optical, analog stereo
- Storage Interface: 3 x USB 2.0, SD/SDHC card reader
- File System: Up to 2TB, FAT/FAT32, NTFS, HFS+, and EXT3
- Micca MPLAY-HD WLAN
- IR Remote
- AV Cable
- 100-240V AC Adapter
Top Customer Reviews
PRO: remote control is perfect size- not too small and not too big, also the set up buttons of funtion on RC is make a lot of sense not like old version; you can control the voluum of TV with this RC without use RC of TV; the "GO" funtion is cool so you can fast forward and backward very fast; start up is much faster than other media players - I am using 2TB harddrive but start up is still very fast; not too hot like other review - my wife is watching 6 hours movies continuously everyday but not hot at all; The price is about half compare with other MP.
CONS: If you want go to the next file on the movie list, you need to press 2 times of "NEXT" button not one time like other MP, but this only minor therefore I still give 5 stars of my review
Unfortunately when the first unit arrived and was plugged in no signal could be found and there just a blinking blue LED light on the front and no signal able to be found by the connected TV. I tried different cables, tried connecting up a regular monitor rather than a TV, tried updating the firmware per Micca's support page instructions, no luck.I had contacted the Micca customer support and they very quickly got me back to me in less than 12 hours confirming that was a defective unit and issued an RMA and sent out a replacement unit.
When the replacement unit was plugged in again the same blinking blue LED light came on again, so back to customer support one more time and they again got back to me within a day and sent out another unit (no RMA issued that time). When this unit arrived one more time the same blinking blue light... The third time was certainly not the charm in this case, and I never did hear back from the customer support department after this third defective unit so I went through Amazon to make to the return giving the whole history of everything done along with the extra defective unit.
While the product may have been exactly what I needed at the time I ended up having to go alternative routes and was out about $5 in return shipping costs from the initial RMA's.
Then it was just a case of popping a hard drive into a docking station connected to the Micca. The Micca displays the list of movies which are organized in folders just like on a PC. A few clicks and a movie is playing. No more hassle with digging through boxes of dvd cases to find what I want to watch.
The rest of the story is simple, all the features found in a 'normal' dvd player are there to Pause, Play, Fwd/Rev. etc. to select subtitles and audio tracks... everything!
The bonus is that the PC doesn't have to be running while watching as you'd have to do with the wireless streaming devices. And, with the new 'green' drives, there's no noise, NONE! not like a PC beside the TV, especially in the bedroom.
In summary, having the Miccas has made my life so much easier than it was when I had to find a dvd, stick it in a player, and then put it back. It's quiet, not like my sons PC with media player running beside the TV. Easier to move from room to room than a PC would be (or buy two).... just a great thing to have if you have a lot of movies that you want to keep and watch 'forever'.
Edit: after reading some other reviews I can see that some have not read the manual or don't have the mental ability to solve their problems by themselves.
There is a difference between my 'old' and 'new' units. The old one begins with Movies and when Enter is pressed, it displays the USB partitions, and then the folder structure within.
The new one requires me to tab over to the Files and press Enter to see the USB partitions, etc. Not a big difference.
It WOULD be nice if there was a config option to specify which tab would be active when the unit is turned ON, I'd choose "Files". But this is not a big deal, it only needs to be done when first turned ON.
The old one only displayed down to the VIDEO_TS folder and would begin playing, the new one goes down an extra level to the ifo file, so an extra click, again, not a big deal.
There was one mistake that I made which was attempting to plug the power plug into the box. There's another hole very close by which is the same diameter and, on my first attempt, I got it in the wrong hole. When the unit wouldn't power on, I picked it up and saw my mistake, not a big problem, nothing got 'fried', but two holes the same size shouldn't be almost side by side. Why didn't I pick it up and visually verify where I was pushing the plug to begin with?... I already had the HDMI plugged in and that made it a bit difficult given where I'd arranged everything and I "knew" where the hole was, so I thought. My bad, not Micca's.
The advantage of having all my media on removable 2TB drives is that I can pop them into the docking stations connected to the Micca or the PC. (Rather than copy from an internal PC drive or NAS box to a USB 'stick' to insert into the Micca, that's a waste of time.) Docking stations are cheap but so convenient, so spend the $.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Will highly recommend!