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Offline neilb

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Video Quality
« on: December 17, 2013, 06:41:48 AM »
Hi Team

Heard many good things about the Mede8er so went and the the MED250X.

Set up easy etc etc, however i am struggling with Video quality? it seems to be below average.

Can you kindly advise if there are any settings i need to change, does the firmware update help?

I have a LED TV and have connected the Device with an HD cable.

Any advise would be appreciated.

Regs
Neil

Offline Mike42

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Re: Video Quality
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2013, 07:04:52 AM »
Hi Team

Heard many good things about the Mede8er so went and the the MED250X.

Set up easy etc etc, however i am struggling with Video quality? it seems to be below average.

Can you kindly advise if there are any settings i need to change, does the firmware update help?

I have a LED TV and have connected the Device with an HD cable.

Any advise would be appreciated.

Regs
Neil

What kind/type of files do you play. The quality is depended of what you offer to
The mede8er. And what is the problem with quality ?

Mike42
Mede8er : MED1000X3D
Network: Wired CAT5
NAS: WDMyCloud 4TB, streaming true NFS
Tv: Samsung LE32B650T2WXXN, LCD, HD TV
AV receiver: Onkyo TX-NR414
additional equipment:
- Switch sitecom N118 (MED, Onkyo receiver,PS3)
- Samsung galaxy Tab-3 10.1", android 4.2, max resultion 1280x800

Offline neilb

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Re: Video Quality
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2013, 07:07:24 AM »
They are normal avi files, the problem i have with the quality is it is more pix elated.

If i plug the HDD directly into the TV some movies play awesome HD quality but the USB is to slow and you end  seeing mouths move and words come later. So i got the Mede8er to solve this. That it does very well, but i lose on quality.