Gateway Wireless COnnected DVD player/network Media Player??

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Dennis_N, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. Dennis_N

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    Does anyone have any information on the Gateway ADC-320 Connected DVD player? It is a standard progressive scan DVD player and it is also a Network Media player so you can play your MP3's, .avi's, MPEG's, etc on your TV or your Stereo. I am in need of a new DVD player and I also wanted to get a wireless network media player so I can play my MP3's on my stereo like a jukebox when I have parties. Personally, I think it sounds pretty good, but I can't be sure that I have any idea what the quality will be like. It is supposed to be the same internals as a Go-Video DVD player (I don't think that is saying much though). Any information on this product would be greatly appreciated!!

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    Dennis
     
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    Thanks. Its funny how both those items seem to be the same thing, though they have different names!!!

    This is the review that I looked at:
    http://reviews.designtechnica.com/review1701.html.

    I have checked out a few reviews and everything seems good, but I feel those reviews can be biased at times. You guys on this site know A LOT more than I do. Anyone have any first hand experiance with this item or is it too 'cheesy'??
     
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    I've heard mostly good things about it, but...like any brand new technology, you have some glitches and spotty areas. I'd say to you this: If you can find a way to demo it or try it out under the auspices of a good return policy, then certainly try and do so. Your firsthand experience will be the most important decider of them all. [​IMG]
     

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