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: 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 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: 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: This is an excellent pice of technology for streaming media from your PC to anywhere in the house. Reasonably priced and simple to set up, the most time was spent unpacking it from the box. Picture and sound quality is brilliant, HD capable with both HDMI and scart output. Has lots of extra's that can be downloaded from DivX you can even check your email on your YV. Definate 5 star rating.
Summary: Amazingly brilliant. This was my first venture into this sort of thing, and wow, do not know why I did not do it earlier. The system is very easy to set up wireless, the quality on the picture on the HD is fantastic. I would RECOMMEND this as a must for anyone who downloads Movies and Music and wonts to watch them on the big screen with out burning to disc. Amazing bit of Kit.
Summary: i would recomend this product to anybody looking for a wireless streamer,it does what it said on the box, it is very easy to install,the only personal niggly thing that i dislike is that the unit is slow to respond to the remote ctl,but this does not detract from the unit in any way,great value for money.
Summary: got the unit within 2days and it was very easy to set ,although every time i switched it off and then back on i had to redo the wizard setup . i went to the dlink website downloaded the update firmware onto a usb stick installed it into the unit , and bingo it works like a dream . a fantastic piece of kit .
Summary: I was looking for somthing to stream music to suround sound system in living room, came across this,hooked up to TV & 5.1 suround system in a few minutes, loaded software on computer (very easy to use)then sat back and enjoyed,also good for streaming home video etc. P.S so easy I bought another unit for another part of the house.
Summary: I had just finished digitising my CD collection and wanted a device that could 'share' my music around the home. I undertook a lot of research and it became apparent that there were one or two other media players that could do the same job, but would cost a LOT more money (£600+). Ever cautious, I opted for the D-Link DSM 330. It was installed and operating within 20 Mins.