Dvico TViX PVR M-5130SH
- Wide range of supported file formats, great design, no image quality or audio problems
- No time shifting, networking is too complicated
The DViCO TViX PVR M-5130SH is a useful device for those who love downloading video and audio files from the Internet. Being able to play them on your TV is great and with the new PVR features, you can watch and record digital television as well.
Price$ 799.00 (AUD)
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The DViCO TViX PVR M-5130SH is the consumer version of the M-4130SH PVR media player. It has the same functionality but is aimed at the consumer market with a cylindrical design and an integrated 320GB hard drive.
Designed as an alternative to a media centre PC, it is an all-in-one device that can record HDTV or display an extremely broad range of audio and video file formats. In addition it can stream from other PCs over a network or read files from external storage devices via the provided USB slots.
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