Summary: I received the streamer on time packed in it's original box I did not succed to install it. In D-link web there is limited support for this model. It looks like it's an obsolete product. After one week of straggeling I asked Amazon to return it The return and credit was fast and smooth, thanks to Amazon Next time, prior purchesing, I'll read more about the product
Summary: I have been using this device for a year. The biggest advantage of this device is that it is wife compatible, very very easy to use. The box does not have an internal HD and depends on a running PC,laptop. It has the ability to connect any PC that runs the Divx Software around and stream multimedia. The downside is it does not support some important things, at least for me , and that is why I am giving 3 stars: 1) No DTS Audio support.
Summary: This device is awesome for playing back your video library on your computer. It checks for updates to both the server software and firmware automatically so you are always getting the latest version of the product. They are constantly adding more features, and I absolutely love this device. Video playback is smooth. There are some audio sync (lip sync) issues with a lot of the videos, but there is an adjustment function, which I kind of found hard to use.
Summary: I've been using DivX Connected for over a year now and can tell you that the product is even better then when it launched. One of the problems with more traditional DivX devices is that because they don't connect to the net, once they ship them, the technology has a tendency to become obsolete. With Connected, not only has DivX done a good job of keeping the software up to date, but the community has developed a number of plugins for the device.
Summary: The D-Link DSM 330 loaded with DivX Connected software is a media manager that connects your digital files (music, video, photos & online content) with your television. DivX Connected bridges the gap between desktop and home entertainment center, however, the lack of comprehensive codec support, limited online content and heavy price tag for the DSM-330 are areas where these products could be improved.
Summary: I've been using the DivX Connected box for over a year now as I got it while it was in beta test. We use it a lot and it works very, very well at what it was designed to do: play on your TV/stereo the media that are located on your PC. We have gobs of movies and children's shows and music on our PC upstairs. In the basement is our main TV. Having a PC in the basement would not be good, as they tend to be loud and hot.
Summary: Overall I love it. I can play all my downloaded media content, home videos, and browse family photos on my tv. It would be nice if it handled a gigabit network connection, because browsing media can stutter sometimes. That being said, I was forced to setup a wired connection because the wireless was a little to slow. Also I thought it would give a little more help organizing content, but it is left up to the user and how your organize you files on your computer.
Summary: D-Link DivX Connected HD Media Player (DSM-330) I have been waiting for the US introduction a long time. Basically it performs as advertised, except for one major issue. I have been unable to get sound on the HDMI interface to work with my Sharp 65inch LCD. Since I was mostly interested in the HDMI capability the product is no more useful than any on the many existing alternatives.
Good starter streaming device... with limitations!!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
8 November 2009
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for an older Pinnacle 'Showcenter' which has seved me well until it's rather sudden collapse. Initially I was attracted to the lovely user interface of the DSM-330 which is by far nicer than most on the market today. Also the fact that this gadget featured HDMI output persuaded me that this was the way to go and was after all, a step forward from the Showcenter.