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The Western Digital WD TV Live is a media player that offers a range of connectivity options and supports various video, audio, and image formats. This media player is designed for wired connectivity, allowing users to easily connect to their desired devices. It features one HDMI port, one USB 2.0 port, and one component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) out port. In terms of video compression formats, the WD TV Live supports AVI, MKV, and VOB, providing users with flexibility when it comes to playing their favorite videos. It also supports multiple subtitle formats such as ASS, SMI, SRT, SSA, and SUB, enhancing the viewing experience for those who require subtitles. When it comes to audio formats, the WD TV Live supports a range of options including AAC, FLAC, MKA, MP3, OGG, and WMA. This allows users to enjoy their preferred audio files without any compatibility issues. In addition, the media player supports various image formats such as BMP, GIF, and PNG, making it a versatile device for viewing photos. With a weight of 303 grams, depth of 100 millimeters, height of 40 millimeters, and width of 125.5 millimeters, the WD TV Live is compact and easy to handle. It also comes with a remote control for convenient operation. Overall, the Western Digital WD TV Live is a reliable media player that offers wired connectivity and supports a wide range of video, audio, and image formats. With its compact design and included remote control, it provides users with a versatile and user-friendly entertainment solution.
|HDMI ports quantity||1|
|USB 2.0 ports quantity||1|
|Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) out||1|
|Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports||1|
|Video compression formats||AVI, MKV, VOB|
|Subtitle formats supported||ASS, SMI, SRT, SSA, SUB|
|Audio formats supported||AAC, FLAC, MKA, MP3, OGG, WMA|
|Image formats supported||BMP, GIF, PNG|
|Power requirements||100 - 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
|Handheld remote control||Yes|
|Storage temperature (T-T)||-40 - 35 °C|
|Operating temperature (T-T)||5 - 35 °C|
|Display resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
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Bluetooth is a way of exchanging data wirelessly between electronic devices via radio waves. The distance between the two devices that exchange data can in most cases be no more than ten metres.
Yes, bluetooth is a universal method that allows different devices equipped with bluetooth to connect to each other.
The Western Digital WD TV Live has a weight of 303 g.
The Western Digital WD TV Live has a height of 40 mm.
The screen resolution of the Western Digital WD TV Live is 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The Western Digital WD TV Live has a width of 125.5 mm.
The Western Digital WD TV Live has a depth of 100 mm.
Ensure that the power cable is securely connected to both the media player and the power outlet. Press the power button on the remote control or the media player itself to turn it on. Make sure the power outlet is functional by testing it with another device.
Navigate to the settings menu on the media player, select "Network," then choose "Wi-Fi." Scan for available networks, select your desired network, and enter the correct Wi-Fi password. Once connected, you will be able to access online content and stream media.
First, check if the USB drive is properly connected to the media player's USB port. If it still isn't detected, try using a different USB cable or try connecting the USB drive to a different USB port. Ensure that the USB drive is formatted in a compatible file system, such as FAT32 or NTFS.
Make sure the media file and the subtitle file have the same name (except for the file extension). Both files should be placed in the same folder on your storage device. During playback, press the "Options" button on the remote control, select the subtitle icon, and choose the desired subtitle file. Adjust the subtitle settings to your preference, such as font size and color.
Connect the media player to the internet through an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi. Navigate to the settings menu, select "System," then choose "Firmware Upgrade." If a firmware update is available, follow the on-screen prompts to download and install it. Ensure that the media player is not powered off during the firmware upgrade process.
Yes, the Western Digital WD TV Live has 1 HDMI port. This allows for easy connection to a high-definition television or monitor.
The Western Digital WD TV Live has 1 USB 2.0 port, which enables users to connect external storage devices such as USB flash drives or external hard drives.
Yes, the Western Digital WD TV Live has 1 Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) out. This allows users to connect the media player to older televisions or projectors that do not have HDMI ports.
The Western Digital WD TV Live supports AVI, MKV, and VOB video compression formats. This means that users can easily play videos in these formats without the need for additional conversion or formatting.
Yes, the Western Digital WD TV Live supports subtitle formats such as ASS, SMI, SRT, SSA, and SUB. This allows users to enjoy movies or videos with subtitles in their preferred format.
Yes, the manual of the Western Digital WD TV Live is available in English .
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