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Avermedia AVerLife Cinema


$70.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good compatibility with multiple types of memory cards. Good range of output types, compatible with most displays. Menus are very easy to use, easy to display any compatible media.

The Cons:No network connectivity, no way to add it either. Lacks support for AAC files, most common format from iTunes. No firmware updates available, can't expand it's features later.

The Avermedia AVerLife Cinema (E232) is a budget-friendly digital media player designed for managing and playing videos, music, and photos through one device. It lacks Ethernet and WiFi connectivity, but allows users to play USB 2.0 drive or MS/SD/SDHC/MMC memory card content over HDMI (720p), component, or composite connections.

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Signature to the AVerLife Cinema is its file compatibility, as it supports RMVB (RealNetworks), DivX, and MPEG video formats; MP3 and WAV audio formats; and JPEG and PNG image formats. Additional features include selectable background music for photo slideshows, an intuitive user interface, and a remote control for easy navigation.

Features

  • Inexpensive Digital Media Player
  • Accepts USB / Memory Card Content
  • Transmits to HDMI Compatible Units
  • Composite/Component Compatibility
  • Up to 720p Video Output
  • Versatile Format Compatibility
  • Photo Slides w/Background Music
  • Intuitive User Interface
  • Remote Control

Specifications

  • Video Resolution (HDMI): 720p
  • Video Resolution (RM/RMVB): 1024x576
  • Video Formats: MPEG1&2, AVI, DivX, XviD, DAT/MOV
  • Audio Formats: MP3, OGG, WAV
  • Photo Formats: JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF, GIF
  • Text Formats: TXT
  • Supported File System: FAT, FAT32, NTFS
  • Inputs: USB 2.0, MS/SD/SDHC/MMC Card Reader

Outputs

  • HDMI
  • Component
  • Composite
  • Audio L/R

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    good compatibility with multiple types of memory cards

  • 1

    good range of output types, compatible with most displays

  • 1

    menus are very easy to use, easy to display any compatible media

Cons
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    no network connectivity, no way to add it either

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    lacks support for AAC files, most common format from iTunes

  • 1

    no firmware updates available, can't expand it's features later

  • 1

    can't show video in full 1080p format

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Shawn
Shawn: #avermedia_averlife_cinema i want to use a universal remote is this possible????????????? Nov 29, 10
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  • Shawn

    Shawn: meaning a remote that costs like $100??? Nov 29, 10

  • Omar

    Omar: Not necessarily. There are remotes like the #one_for_all_urc10820 that have the learning function and only cost $25 or so. Nov 29, 10

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