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i think that port is to extend the infrared sensor in case you will place the player inside cabinet or behind the TV.
Which is a better buy for a basic all around media player, this Elvira or the Measy A1hd?
Never had any of those. Performance wise, no idea.On aesthetics, I prefer the Xtreamer Elvira. On Menus, GUIs, I prefer Elvira. On chipset I prefer Elvira - Realtek 1055DD instead of Measy A1HD - Boxchip F10 (what is this???). Although have not seen the remote of the Elvira yet.Price range is a bit close. Xtreamer Elvira might have firmware updates as compared to A1HD.Haven't seen much review of the Elvira yet.
How's the mkv movies fast forward/rewind function and its skip increments? Hows the subtitle sizes, position, color, outline? Does this support internal HDD (and size)? Are you using internal or external HDD? How's the unit's temperature?
Bought an Elvira last night at G'hills, 2150 php at JC Solutions. This is to replace my WD Live as it does not read some of the files that are playable to other media players. After firing it up I found out it can't access my Seagate GoFlex 2 TB. Adaptor power was on but the small pilot light at the bottom of the HD won't lit. It works on USB flash memory and 340GB playing the 7GB Avengers with no problem. Before I left this morning I hook up my WD and everything was back to normal. Anything I can do about this, software upgrade?
That was fast. Tried that already, moved the plug mm by mm . My GoFlex is a 2.0 usb only device. Thanks for the quick reply.
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