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Old February 16, 2014, 10:18 AM
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I'd recommend the Roku or WD Live over the boxee. I've got one and it's decent for AVIs and MP4s but it gets picky when running mkvs and other formats and often has issues with larger files (720p and up). Even with hacked firmwares it's limited and it's no longer supported by Boxee as they were bought out by Samsung.

It's not a terrible unit, but you'll be better off with the WD Live most likely.
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Old February 18, 2014, 04:07 PM
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Current set-up is a Media/Racing sim computer in my basement.
My TV And BR DVD players are my only option as of right now.

My Issue is, Ill DL a movie, And my TV and DVD Wont see it on my network.

If I I could transfer the movie to a media player, I don't think I would have this issue.

Correct me if im Wrong but the Roku Only plays MP4?

I DL MDK,MP4,AVI, So I would like something that plays the most formats
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