Mvix 760HD streams high definition media to your home theater


The MX-760HD is powered by 802.11G wireless technology as a sort of one stop aggregator for all of the touch points in your home theater system. Not only does it stream content directly to your theater devices, but does so in full High Def. Content can come from either an added option of an internal hard drive, streamed directly from your computer, network storage centers and servers, and USB and other flash drives.

The Mvix 760HD wirelessly transmits DivX 3/4/5, Xvid, MPEG 1/2/4, WMV-9, ASF, DAT, DVD, ISO, HD-level TP, TS, TRP, MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, PCM, AC3, DTS decoding, DTS pass through, BMP, JPEG/JPG, and PNG files, *huff* *huff*, sorry…out of breath. The 760HD transmits with a resolution of 1920×180, high definition worthy. What makes the Mvix special is that it’s built around a linux style foundation, making possibilities endless for the transmission of files. Its sleek black metallic chassis and LCD screen put the finishing touches on the MX-760HD. Available for the very affordable $329. — Andrew Dobrow

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  1. Is this sloppy copy, or are you selling a low-def product? – “The 760HD transmits with a resolution of 1920 �180, high definition worthy.”

  2. @Jerry: That would be a sloppy error. And I can assure you WE aren’t selling anything.

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