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Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems

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The Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems from Sony is a compact device that allows you to stream music wirelessly from a computer to a Bravia home theater system. It features 802.11b/g Wi-Fi connectivity for connection to a computer and a Digital Media Port (DMP) for connection to the Bravia system. The device is compatible with DNLA devices and can play most standard audio formats.

Bravia Compatibility
The compact adapter is compatible with Bravia home theater systems that feature a DMP port. It requires a Windows XP or Vista PC with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi capability to stream music.
Digital Media Playback
The device is compatible with many standard audio formats. These include MP3, WAV, ATRAC3 Plus, AAC, WMA, OMG, OMA, and M4A.
Connectors 1x DMP
Supported File Types MP3, WAV, ATRAC3 Plus, AAC, WMA, OMG, OMA, M4A
System Requirements Operating System: Windows XP Home, Pro, Media Center 2004, Media Center 2005 SP2; Vista
802.11b/g Wi-Fi Network
Dimensions (WxHxD) 3 x 3 x 3" (7.5 x 7.6 x 7.5 cm)
Weight 0.69 lb (0.3 kg)
Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems
  • Remote Commander
  • Software CD-ROM
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    SonyDigital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems
     
    2.6

    (based on 5 reviews)

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          2.0

          Sony TDM-NC1 wifi client, dmport

          By Reid

          from western WA

          About Me Movie Enthusiast, Tech Savvy

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                Comments about Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems:

                Good seller, fast ship. The TMD-NC1 is as advertised - neat idea, so-so implementation, clunky software. This is so Sony - proprietary software and interfaces which limit useful application. Can't find the updates anywhere - even thru Sony. Plays music only - M-Crew software doesn't "register" videos or movies. Can't really recommend.

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                1.0

                Dont buy if you have Window7 on your PC.

                By hanhas01

                from Herndon, VA

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                    • Home Theater

                    Comments about Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems:

                    The TDM-NC1 is not compatible with Window7 and worse Sony doesnt provide any update for it. So it is useless and it would be waste of money and time.

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                    1.0

                    Sony TDM-NC1 Warts and All

                    By Fred

                    from Birmingham, AL

                    About Me Disgusted

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Looks good

                    Cons

                    • Useless

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                      Comments about Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems:

                      I wanted to stream music from my PC (Windows 7 Ultimate, 64bit, 8GB RAM, 2TB total disk space, 2.33GHz Quad Processor) to my Home Theater System (Sony STR-DA2400ES: which, incidentally, recommends the TDM-NC1 as the device of choice on page 92 of the Users Manual.)

                      Device is very attractive, looks great, receiver recognizes it immediately, remote works fine.

                      Software M-crew Server, Ver.2.5.0.0, supplied in OEM package, DOES NOT RUN in a 64bit environment; WILL NOT RUN under any compatibility setting even though I have administrator privileges on this PC, having built it from scratch myself, essentially.

                      Sony Support advised me, in a terse email, that there was NO workaround, and they have no clue when one will be available.

                      Still, the TDM-NC1 is a very pretty device.

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                      4.0

                      Simple and Effective

                      By Chris

                      from Ft Lauderdale

                      About Me Practical

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                      • Accurate Controls
                      • Clean Sound
                      • Easy To Set Up

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                          Comments about Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems:

                          I have had this product for 3 weeks and I am generally very satisfied with the performance.
                          I have recently installed speakers in our Patio area and wanted to avoid the task of changing CD's constantly. All our CD's are stored on our PC which is on the second floor of our house. The unit is connected to my Sony 3300 Amp and works a treat. The only dissapointment is the personal play lists are limited to 100 songs. Other than that i am very please with it. It is very small approximately the same size as a Bose Cube speaker.

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                          5.0

                          Perfect Black Box

                          By Pravd

                          from NJ

                          Comments about Sony Digital Media Port Wi-Fi Client for Bravia Home Theater Systems:

                          I thought i was taking a chance when i was buying this piece of technology. I was proven wrong with the exemplary perfection sony has in it. There were few reviews which said about the difficulties this box gave! For me set up was as easy as peeling a banana and eating it. NO hiccups at all if u follow the instructions. I installed it on Vista Ultimate and Home premium, both without any problems at all. Had no trouble to configure it wirelessly and works flawless! Beleive me, flawless. Disregard other reviews if u r plannin to buy it and go ahead to get it. Only one caution- get a long ethernet wire to link to the laptop or a buy a NAS device. I connected it to my Sony Home theatre and music is like never before.And a cute little black box worth buying if you're not considering other expensive media extenders.

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                          Problems Encountered: Nil

                          Items I Recommend: Sony Home Theater system

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