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ACRyan PlayOn!HD Mini (ACR-PV73200P+)
This page relates to the full HD-Audio capable version (Realtek 1073DD+ chipset) of the PlayOn! Mini (ACR-PV73200P+) released in late summer 2010. There is also a 1073DD version covered here.
Baby brother to the ACRyan PlayOn!HD without the internal hard drive or coaxial digital output. The original ACRyan has received some of the best firmware support of any Media Player. This new version strips out features that many would have considered unnecessary (internal HDD, coaxial audio) and creates a smaller, more streamlined unit.
ACRyan have consistently demostrated a high level of support and the hardware is tried and tested.
|July 2010 2994 days agoLaunch Date |
Country The Netherlands
Ranking 480/833 ?
Player Type Media Player (Realtek)
Chipset Family Realtek 1xx3 (2009) ?
Chipset Model Realtek 1073DD+ @ 0.4Ghz Single Core
Chipset Rating 2 /5 ?
Storage USB (2)
Network 10/100 Optional Wi-Fi(n) ?
Size 151 x 102 x 42mm Fan No
Video Outputs HDMI Component Composite
Audio Outputs HDMI Stereo Analog TOSLINK
DVD ISO Yes Blu-Ray ISO Yes. Simple (BD-Lite)
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There are 3 comments
October 20, 2010 - 05:00
It's a device with great capabilities, but it has to lose some serious marks for its GUI. The GUI is just woeful. The implementation of uPNP is also very poor, which is disappointing, becuase my media is stored on a NAS with a uPNP server. It is also lacking DLNA support, which means no "Play To" feature under Windows 7. This is a shame, since being able to start media from a PC may help to excuse the very poor GUI.
I am dissapointed I bought this and not the WD TV Live.
October 20, 2010 - 04:57
It's a device with great capabilities, but it has to lose some serious marks for it GUI. The GUI is just woeful. The implementation of uPNP is very poor.
I am dissapointed I bought this and note the WD TV Live.
September 30, 2010 - 15:13
You need to revisit the reasons why you recommend this player. Maybe ACRyan provided frequent firmware releases in the past, but that is definitely not the case now. Just take a look at their forum for proof -> www.acryan.com
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