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not videos, however pics can be repeated, see manual
By MyOpinion on August 21, 2013
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Yes.If you don't use folders, simply place all media in the top directory, and navigate to that source the first time, it will always play those files upon power up. If you have repeat selected, it will continue to play them for ever. I work in an art museum, and we use these to show videos for several months at a time… see more Yes.If you don't use folders, simply place all media in the top directory, and navigate to that source the first time, it will always play those files upon power up. If you have repeat selected, it will continue to play them for ever. I work in an art museum, and we use these to show videos for several months at a time. We drop them inside the walls behind the TV, and power them with the circuit breakers each day. The limitation is the lifespan of the SD card. So far, I've never had a failure. More reliable for this than Western Digital's HDTV Live. see less Yes.If you don't use folders, simply place all media in the top directory, and navigate to that source the first time, it will always play those files upon power up. If you have repeat selected, it will continue to play them for ever. I work in an art museum, and we use these to show videos for several months at a time. We drop them inside the walls behind the TV, and power them with the circuit breakers each day. The limitation is the lifespan of the SD card. So far, I've never had a failure. More reliable for this than Western Digital's HDTV Live.
By D. Bradshaw on December 30, 2014
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Go to page 8 of your manual. At the top of page 8 is your main menu screen. Click the right arrow on your remote to select the gear icon on the right side of the screen and press OK.You should now be on the settings screen. At the top of the left side of the settings screen is Language (in Chineese). Now click ok, the … see more Go to page 8 of your manual. At the top of page 8 is your main menu screen. Click the right arrow on your remote to select the gear icon on the right side of the screen and press OK.You should now be on the settings screen. At the top of the left side of the settings screen is Language (in Chineese). Now click ok, the right side row of the screen is also now selected. On the remote click the down arrow to the third row (english) and click OK on the remote. You shouls now see english. see less Go to page 8 of your manual. At the top of page 8 is your main menu screen. Click the right arrow on your remote to select the gear icon on the right side of the screen and press OK.You should now be on the settings screen. At the top of the left side of the settings screen is Language (in Chineese). Now click ok, the right side row of the screen is also now selected. On the remote click the down arrow to the third row (english) and click OK on the remote. You shouls now see english.
By Deltatee on March 30, 2013
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According to the manual, this device supports the following:
AC3/DTS/MP3/WMA/WAV/OGG/AAC/APE/FLAC
and you can find their manual online at:… see more
According to the manual, this device supports the following:
AC3/DTS/MP3/WMA/WAV/OGG/AAC/APE/FLAC
and you can find their manual online at:
http://www.incredisonic.com/imp150.html
where you can see their manual as well.
I hope that helps! see less
According to the manual, this device supports the following:
AC3/DTS/MP3/WMA/WAV/OGG/AAC/APE/FLAC
and you can find their manual online at:
http://www.incredisonic.com/imp150.html
where you can see their manual as well.
I hope that helps!

By Mason J. Rourman on December 8, 2013
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Negative
By R on October 8, 2013
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There is a Random choice when you set the Repeat mode on the latest remote -- it will shuffle or repeat whatever videos files that are in the current folder.
By hermit the frog on December 24, 2013
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There is contact information on the box it came in: Incredi Sonic Ultra Play lMP 150+ultra HD digital media player.
Ph.# 1-844-347-6642
E-mail: info@incredisonic.com… see more
There is contact information on the box it came in: Incredi Sonic Ultra Play lMP 150+ultra HD digital media player.
Ph.# 1-844-347-6642
E-mail: info@incredisonic.com
Web site: www.incredisonic.com
Hope this helps. Contact them for answer. see less
There is contact information on the box it came in: Incredi Sonic Ultra Play lMP 150+ultra HD digital media player.
Ph.# 1-844-347-6642
E-mail: info@incredisonic.com
Web site: www.incredisonic.com
Hope this helps. Contact them for answer.

By Erma Ingraham on December 14, 2016
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Yes. I purchased this device specifically to do that.
By SteelerFan33 on March 24, 2014
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Either way really. Tis no big deal
By A Customer on October 14, 2013