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  1. shah
    December 6, 2010

    tq for review,i’ll get it soon… can’t wait sigma 8646 anymore…hopefully cost for upgrade to new chipset only 30% from d1 cost.. so can i buy it now? my main concern is full menu bmdv/bdiso & of course hd audio passthrough to my amp,i don’t expect any problem for mkv file,u find any problem? ..

  2. Guilherme
    December 14, 2010

    Hello, I’m very interested to buy a great Media player, but I can’t get a conclusion wich one is the best for me. Until now, the best CPU that I found is sigma 8642, is it right? Is anybody knows if has a better media player than HDX BD-1 ? I’m looking for a better CPU, a Hi-speed wired network (1000MB), Internal HDD support and best image/sound quality (1080p). Can anyone help me? TY very much!

    • admin
      December 22, 2010

      Try looking at the new dune d1. Although hi speed net is still touch n go.

  3. Greenmale
    February 1, 2011

    If u remove the white plate where u put the 3.5 inch internal hdd u will find a USB what is tt for ?

    • admin
      February 16, 2011

      you can add a external memory stick for system storage..

  4. Torben Rick
    July 24, 2011

    THX for a great review.

    I have just bought a Cambridge Azur 751BD Blu-Ray player that support DNLA.

    I am using MakeMKV to rip to .mkv – it is working just fine.

    The only problem that I have is that the subtitles will not show up when playing on the Cambridge Azur 751BD. When playing it on my PC (VLC media player) the subtitles are there.

    I think the player is the “problem”?

    Will I have the same problems with Dune HD Smart D1 Media Player?

    Thanks
    Torben

    • admin
      February 14, 2012

      Yes there might be a problem if its a full rip of a bluray/dvd subtitle from the disc…..

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