The MV-5000R Multimedia Center without Hard Drive from MvixUSA is a media player that connects directly to your television set. It allows you to play back digitally encoded movies and music without the hassle of hooking your computer up to your home theater.
The player features a 3.5" PATA hard drive bay. This requires you to add your own drive for storage, making this an ideal solution for those who may already have a spare drive that they are not currently utilizing. The USB 2.0 connection allows you to easily transfer your digital media from your PC or Mac directly onto the drive.
- Bring Your Own Storage
- The MV-5000R ships without a hard drive. This allows you to add your own internal 3.5" PATA drive. This is great for anyone who already has a spare hard drive or would like to customize the player's capacity to suit their individual needs.
- TV Output
- The player connects directly to your home theater system using either composite (RCA), S-Video or component video. It features both standard RCA analog audio output as well as optical and coaxial digital output. This allows you to integrate it with your home theater system no matter how it is configured.
- Media Support
- The MV-5000R supports video, photo and music playback. It supports most popular file formats including AVI, DivX, XviD, MPEG, MP3, WMA and JPEG.
- Drag and Drop
- The player features a drag and drop interface for loading media. Because it supports FAT32 and NTFS file systems, your computer recognizes it as an external hard drive when connected via USB 2.0. Simply drag the files you want to load to the drive and you are done. Drives formatted via FAT32 can be used on Mac OS X systems. MvixUSA recommends that the drive be formatted on Windows for maximum compatibility.
- LCD Display
- The MV-5000R features a LCD screen for status. This display gives you the information on the current media playback status at a glance.
- USB 2.0 Interface
- The player easily connects to any computer with a USB 2.0 interface, making it easy to transfer your movies and songs.