Sumvision - Cyclone Micro 3 Media Player
Was R 599
Discovery Miles 5 290
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The Cyclone Micro 3 supports many popular 1080p HD video formats currently on the market. Formats supported include H.264; MKV; MPEG 1/2/4 and RMVB (up to 720p).
Forgot the power adapter for your Micro? Not a problem. The new Cyclone Micro 3 is able to draw power directly from your TV's USB port as well as from the supplied power adapter.
CARD READER AND PENDRIVE FUNCTION
Plug the Sumvision Cyclone Micro 3 into your computer and it is able to act as an external card reader or pendrive for your PC.
ULTIMATE SOLUTION IN PORTABILITY+ NEW INTERFACE
Due to its compact design the Cyclone Micro 3 can be easily transported anywhere. Take it on holiday with you for those rainy days and plug it into the hotel's TV set to play your movies.
What's in the Box
Sumvision Cyclone Micro 3
USB Power Cable
USB Host Cable
USB Data Cable
CD Disc (manual)
- HDMI and composite video out
- Digital audio Coax out
- Mini USB port
- SD card slot
Product Reviews (2)
Jonathan, South Africa. 5 November 2012
I guess this device does what it says it does.
It plays a wide variety of formats.
Will resume a video where you left off.
I find myself irritated by it's responsiveness/lack thereof.
It's either the remote, or the fact that it's stuck or loading.... I find myself pressing remote buttons over and over, harder, pointing it at different angles until it responds - all too often.
I don't feel satisfaction for having paid R499, and wish I'd kept that and added about R350 and got something decent / or a BluRay / DVD player that takes a memory stick.
Its really small (smaller than some cell phones)(but could also be a minus)
It seems to play most formats.
It displays full file names
I could plug my HDD / SD / USB into it.
Runs off the USB of my TV / DSTV PVR - so no extra cables.
Outputs perfect quality HDMI and digital sound.
You can use it as 8GB portable storage.
>>If you're just going to play a video - and sit and watch - or an MP3 folder - it will do that.
You've gotta be into this kind of thing to get it playing quality HDMI and DTS/Dolby digital streams.
When you play a FLAC format - it stops after each track. You must advance to the next one.
Doesn't read all (in face most) MKV files so far.
Switches on immediately, but that doesnt' mean it's done processing what's on a the media - so when you want to scroll through folders, it pauses.... waits,,, probably loads. So - you switch on - then it hangs...... then it goes... until you're in the SD card.... then that takes a while. then it opens the folder, but it hangs going back, etc.
The remote is fidgety - strange layout.
Because it's so small - you have a very narrow range of remote ctrl. When there's a memory stick and an SD card sticking out of the front - you have about 10deg range left/right to aim your remote.
The remote doesn't' seem to work from far.(e.g couch - to TV) - or the device was "stuck" momentarily.
When you leave it unattended - It takes long to wake up / or you must unplug/replug.
It can play a folder in random / repeat / in order. But won't advance to next folder. (BUT it will keep repeating that folder... and i'd prefer it just stops - cos now I get sick of the 1st song in a folder)
Can't handle playlists. You can't programme any either.
It's got a bizarre background screen - to noisy/colourful/advertisey of own brand.
>> Too often I find myself sitting on the table right in front of the thing aiming the remote directly at it - and waiting for folders to display their contents, or the ability to scroll up and down to come on. When I've loaded whatever media I want - and it's going - it's OK and will play the media just fine.
Donovan, South Africa. 18 December 2012
This is the 3rd Sumvision I've purchased (and 2nd Sumvision 3).
I'm a bit disappointed as the other review states this was a Sumvision 3 with 8GB internal memory (which I currently own) and now I picked up the product today and found it doesn't have the internal storage.
The only problem with this product and always has been since previous generations is the remotes have to be pointed directly at the receiver otherwise nothing happens and the remote is also not easy to look & find what you need quickly. That being said the remote on Sumvision 3 is a lot better than previous generation Sumvision 2 versions, well astheticaly at least.