Brite-View CinemaGo BV-5005HD Mini CG
Released June, 2010
The Pros:Installation is so simple the instructions can be ignored. User interface is simple and easy to use. Plays a wide variety of file formats, almost any video and audio format that exists.
The Cons:USB ports on the front are fairly close together and one gets blocked if you use the included WiFi adapter in the other.
The Brite-View CinemaGo BV-5005HD Mini CG is a revamped special edition media streamer released as an upgrade from the original CinemaTube BV-5005HD. It inherits an eSATA interface, USB 2.0 connectivity, standard Ethernet, and a Wi-Fi adapter.
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However, the Special Edition adds along Muzee Internet streaming radio channels from 210 countries. Like its predecessor, the BV-5005HD Mini CG provides 1080p for every single video format on the market; plus it hosts a built-in bit-torrent manager with full support of ISO files. Signature is the unit’s ability to accept content from an external hard drive that’s either plugged in or access via the network.
- Special Edition VinemaGo BV-5005HD
- High-Definition Media Streamer
- Audio/Video Decoding (ALL)
- Image Viewing (ALL)
- 1080p Video Output
- UPnP Streaming
- Free Internet Radio Channels
- ISO Support
- Built-In Networking
- Built-In Flickr Support
- Built-In Torrent Support
- USB/eSATA Expansion
- Decoding: 1080p (RMVB up to 720p)
- Output Resolution: Up to 1080p
- I/O: HDMI, Composite Video, Audio L/R, S/P DIF, USB, Ethernet
- DivX 3/4/5/6
- Real Video 8/9/10
- MPEG Audio
- Dolby Digital
- HD JPEG
User Reviews (1)
installation is so simple the instructions can be ignored
user interface is simple and easy to use
plays a wide variety of file formats, almost any video and audio format that exists
does a good job making SD content look good, doesn't seem overly poor compared to HD
support is very good, company will email you if there's a firmware update available
footprint is very small, takes up almost no room
comes with HDMI cable and WiFi adapter, which are usually sold as extras
subtitles can be resized, moved, and even re-synced in real time
USB ports on the front are fairly close together and one gets blocked if you use the included WiFi adapter in the other
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