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6.2 out of 10

D-Link DSM-510

Movies, music, photos and more delivered to a TV is HD from your Read more

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D-Link DSM-510: Save a little, lose a lot

13 February 2008
  • Conclusion: Mid-priced UPnP AV multiformat photo, audio and video player supporting up to 1080i
  • Pros: HDMI connection, Support wide array of video formats, Handles third-party UPnP AV servers well
  • Cons: Requires WinXP/2000 PC to transcode many video formats, Bundled Nero MediaHome server a pain to use, Not much cheaper than DSM-520, but requires transcoding PC
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Expert Review

29 January 2008
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Overall 7

D-Link DSM-510

PC Pro
18 December 2007
  • Excerpt: Media streamers are growing in capability, with this the first to be DivX accredited. Installation is easy (even more so with a Viiv PC and router), with 802.11g wireless and wired networking options, plus USB for local content. There's no server software included, but Windows Media Player 11 can be used to access your host PC's audio, photos and video. Most files played flawlessly (including DVR-MS and H.264), although more obscure variants failed.
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D-Link DSM-510

25 February 2008
  • Summary: Le DSM-510 proposé par D-Link est une réussite de par sa petite taille et sa facilité d'installation. Quelques minutes suffisent à l'installer, le brancher au téléviseur et configurer les partages de fichiers.
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