Eminent HD Media Player EM7280 Review

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While many of our readers probably don’t have a Media Player, for others, it has become an integral part of their entertainment within the house. Primarily, these devices allow you to store all of your Music and Films in one central location which can then be accessed by your TV or other computers. In theory, it eliminates the need for a DVD player and a large stack of DVD’s, or more recently blu-ray discs.

Eminent are a member of the TKH Group, a company who provide state of the art telecommunication and electrotechnical engineering and Industrial Solutions. The goals of Eminent when creating a media player are straightforward, to keep the experience simple and as easy to use as possible.

The HD Media Player EM7280 that we are testing today, has a 1TB internal HDD and features USB 3.0 connectivity and the next generation Realtek 1185DD C+ chipset.

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Specifications:

  • Dimensions in mm. (WxHxD): 222x58x161
  • Weight in grams: 650
  • Video codecs: AVCHD, H.264, VC-1,MPEG1/2/3/4, MKV, M2TS, TS, ISO, FLV, VOB/BUP/IFO, AVI, MOV and others
  • Audio codecs: DTS, AC3, DTS-HD, TrueHD, MP2, MP3, OGG Vorbis, PCM, LPCM, MS-ADPCM, LC-AAC, HE-AAC, COOK, RA-lossless, FLAC
  • Picture formats: HD JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIF, PNG
  • Subtitles: SRT, SMI, SUB, VOB (DVD) & PGS (BluRay)
  • Hard disk: Internal 3.5 inch SATA (NTFS/FAT32)
  • Audio: Digital Optical (TOSlink) & COAX interface and stereo (CINCH) output
  • Streaming media: Video and audio
  • Video Output: HDMI, Composite Video
  • Next-Generation Realtek 1185DD C+ chipset
  • Lan port: 1000Mbps (Gigaport) ; optional wireless with EM4576
  • USB 3.0 port: 1x client port
  • USB 2.0 ports: 2x host port
  • Webservices: several webservices like Shoutcast, Metafeeds, Flickr, Picasa etc.
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  • Davis

    Nice looking device, but its quite costly and I think they might have a hard time against AC RYan who seem to dominate this market. shame about the processing power on the interface, but it might be code issues, rather than weak hardware. why no shot of insides?

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  • Ryan D

    £200 is a bit steep, no? The Veolo looks much nicer, and its cheaper. no hard drive, but its a network device, no real need for that IMO

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