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Western Digital TV HD Media Player Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelWD TV HD Media Player
DateMay 2009
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity1
USB 2.0 ports quantity1
Composite video out1
InterfaceUSB 2.0
DC-in jackYes
Product colourBlack
File formats
Image formats supportedBMP,GIF,PNG
Video compression formatsH.264,MKV,Xvid
Audio formats supportedAAC,FLAC,MKA,MP3,OGG,WMA

Reviews of Western Digital TV HD Media Player

Reviewed on 2016-01-26
The WD TV HD is a multimedia box that allows you to view images, audio and videos that you've manage to accumulate in your PC or disk drives. It's part of a family of multimedia players from Western Digital, which includes the WD TV Mini, and the internet...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-27
Builtin WiFi, Can play almost any multimedia content, Miracastenabled, Streaming capability
No HDMI cable included, Cannot use for web browsing, It is now available nationwide through Western Digital's dealers/resellers/distributors for a retail price tag of Php4,890. To know more about the product you can visit their product page here
Late last month, Western Digital Philippines launched the newest member of their multimedia family - the WD TV - Personal Edition. The WD TV is a multimedia player that can play almost all types of media files from almost any kind of storage, whether a f...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-14
The WD TV plays back pretty much any file format you can throw at it, including MKV, AVI, and MP4 video. Huge HD video files played smoothly without any hiccups. Its native app selection includes 80 choices, such as YouTube, Hulu Plus, Spotify, and Pandor...
Its streaming video support is subpar, lacking Netflix, Amazon Instant Video HBO Go and others. Many apps, especially YouTube, suffered from sluggish load times
Although it looks like the Roku, Apple TV and many other set-top "pucks," the WD TV Media Player is something different.Instead of focusing on streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Video, the little box prides itself on being able to deliver pretty m...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-16
The numbers don't lie. When Netflix accounts for more than a third of US internet bandwidth, when streaming services are racking up Emmys by the truckload, when cable subscriber numbers dwindle while Amazon Prime Video sign-ups soar, it's hard to avoid th...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-14
HDMI and analog AV outputs, Supports large number of media file types, Smartphone remote apps for iOS and Android, Supports USB local media, DLNA server and network shares
Relatively small number of streaming apps, No Netflix
In late May, Western Digital announced the newest member of its WD TV line of media players – the WD TV. The TV assumes the top of the line of WD's line of media streamers, which also include the WD TV Play (reviewed) and WD TV Live (reviewed). This WD TV...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-21
Attractive UI, Extensive video formats supported, 1080p support, Silent
Can't attach USB hub, No networked streaming (but can be hacked to add it)
There are a lot of multimedia players on the market these days. Most of these little boxes allow you to stream your movies, photos and music across the home network into your entertainment center. But the hassle of getting these devices set up on the...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-19
Handles plenty of multimedia file formats, Attractive user interface is easy to follow, System responds quickly to remote control input, Compact remote control was easy to learn for no-look operation, Simple but stylish housing, Handles DVD ISO files nicely...
USB connected drive continued to receive power even with WD TV turned off, Music play back isn't the most convenient, DVD folder play back required navigating into the folder to select files
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Reviewed on 2009-09-09
The Western Digital TV Media Player The Western Digital TV HD Media Player (WDTV) is the device everyone has been raving about. I first heard of the WDTV from a friend who got me pretty excited about its possibilities. When I got my hands on it, I’l...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-01
When we first saw the WD TV in early December, 2008, we were very impressed with it. In fact, we have been telling people just how it will render disc-based players useless, and we were proven right. Since its launch, the WD TV has taken off like a ro....
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Reviewed on 2009-07-08
As much as I like my trusty little laptop, I’d much prefer to watch my HD movies on my HDTV. That much makes sense, but when you get the majority of your digital content through the Internet on your computer, what’s the easiest way to send that conten...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-23
The WD TV box lets your HDTV play media transferred from any USB storage device (flash drive or external hard drive), without any need for a streaming network device to bridge the distance from your storage drive or PC to the TV. Western Digital's fir...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-21
HDMI, 1080p support, Straightforward menu design,
Slow menu interface, No automatic sync software
The Western Digital WDTV ($110 as of March 5, 2009) marks the hard-drive makers first foray into the field of media players, but the move makes sense as an extension of the company’s existing hard-disk products. The WDTV box lets your HDTV play media ...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-12
If youre anything like me, you often find yourself wishing for an easy way to watch your digital media from the comfort of your own couch. I mean, weve got all of these random devices that let us watch videos, but I still cant simply carry a USB th...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-06
One of the most frustrating things that still hasn’t gotten any better in the digital age is the ability to view digital media on the family television. Sure there’s AppleTV and SlingCatcher and a host of others, but what about just being able to lite...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-14
For months now, I have been trying to play .MKV and other video files on my living room front projector. At first I tried to connect a laptop directly to the TV. But this didn’t always work, the audio was crappy, and it was awkward to have a laptop con...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-08
Easy user interface, 2 USB ports, Plays music, video and shows photo slideshows
HDMI cable not included
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Reviewed on 2008-12-03
The company formerly known as Western Digital enters the set-top box game with a cool gadget aimed at people with a lot of downloaded content. Slingbox it ain’t, nor is it a real competitor for the Apple TV box. In fact, it doesn’t even have built-in s...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-03
Affordable. Excellent file support—including for HD video and lossless audio codecs. Simple, intuitive user interface. Includes file-conversion software.
No wireless streaming. Doesnt include a USB drive. Unremarkable physical design.
The Western Digital WD TV HD Media Player ($129.99 list) is a media extender that, unlike most of its competitors, shuns wireless content streaming in favor of portability. Like the SanDisk Sansa TakeTV, the WD TV relies on a portable USB drive to t...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-20
Widely known as a leader in the hard drive/storage arena, Western Digital is now expanding its product line, hoping to grab a share of the high-definition media market with the new WD Media Player (WDAVN00). The Test Center found it to be an affordable...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-04
The Western Digital WD TV HD Media Player is a £78 device that plays back high-definition video on a television.The WD TV HD Media Player also features audio and photo playback.You connect one or two USB hard drives (or a USB camera, camcorder, or mas...
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