- Download media (videos, music, etc) from the internet, save it to USB drive/memory card/HDD then play it through your HD TV!
- Turn your USB drive into an HD media player – Play content from USB drives/USB HDD devices and SD/MMC/MS Memory Cards
- Full-HD 1080p video playback (Not just upscaling like other brands) – Experience spectacular Full-HD video picture quality and crystal-clear digital audio.
- Features include: USB host port, LED light (Blue=On), IR Receiver, SD/MMC/MS card slot, Composite AV port, HDMI port, Power supply jack & Power supply
- Manufacturer 2 Year Warranty Included
The Nano 3.0 HD Media player by Von Haus will turn your HD TV into a home cinema. You will have the ability to play virtually any content directly from your hard drive or memory card via your HD TV. The HD Media player can read content from USB Flash Drives, External hard drives and the 3 in 1 card reader allows you to play content from SD, MMC and MS cards. The HDMI or Composite (AV) output means your media player is compatible with most TVs. If you’re wanting to add to your HD TV experience and have media stored digitally then the Nano 3.0 HD Media player is a must have! You will be able to watch HD films without the need for a blu ray player, watch picture slideshows and any other media you have stored, which will mean a truly fantastic experience with your TV. With support for a number of codecs, you can be sure the Nano HD Media player will play almost any content you may have, and the compact size means it won’t take up much space at all! Supported codec:
MKV, AVI, DIVX, MP4, RM, RMVB, MOV, HDMOV, PMP, AVC, FLV, VOB, MPG, DAT, MPEG, H.264, MPEG1/2/4, WMV
HDMI output to 1080P, Composite (AV)
Reads hard drives formatted in FAT32 and NTFS, supports hard drives up to 1TB and SD/MS cards up to 64GB. Also plays subtitle files as well as loop videos.
Quick Start Guide:
Unbox the contents, and plug in the device with the mains adaptor and either a composite AV cable (supplied)or a HDMI cable (not supplied). Power on the device and find your TV’s correct AV channel (e.g. HDMI channel should be selected if you have the HDMI cable plugged in). If the device does not connect, press either the HDMI button or the AV button on the Media Player’s remote and this should now be connected. Enjoy all your stored media.