Eminent announces new HD media player EM7195 with DVB-T twin tuner
The Eminent HD media player EM7195 with DVB-T, USB 3.0 and a next-generation Realtek chipset offers a complete home cinema experience. Eminent expects the HD media player EM7195 to be available in the UK in March 2011.
Supplier of ICT accessories Eminent will equip its HD media player EM7195 with a DVB-T twin tuner. As a result, it is possible to watch one Freeview channel and record another one at the same time. Use the electronic program guide (EPG) to choose from free digital TV channels. The Eminent HD media player EM7195 allows to schedule recordings and record up to two channels simultaneously.
Eminent is the first company offering an HD media player with the next-generation Realtek RT1183 DD C+ chipset in the UK. High stability, fast navigation and HD audio support add to the comfort of using the Eminent HD media player EM7195. It supports a broad range of video formats, including MKV and H.264.
The USB 3.0 connection facilitates fast movie transfer from a PC to the hard disk inside the Eminent HD media player EM7195. It takes seconds to copy a complete movie to the HD media player. Furthermore, it is possible to connect external storage devices to the USB ports, SATA port and card reader. Connect the Eminent HD media player EM7195 to the home network to stream multimedia files from a PC to the TV.
Additional accessories, such as the full-size luxurious backlit remote control, clearly add value to the Eminent HD media player EM7195. Eminent provides all necessary cables, including an HDMI and USB 3.0 cable. The Eminent HD media player EM7195 is an elegant black device made of brushed aluminium.
Eminent offers a 5 year warranty. This HD media player will be available in the UK in March 2011. For more information visit http://www.eminent-online.com/EminentAnnouncesEM7195
Eminent offers home automation solutions and ICT accessories to consumers and SMEs. Eminent focuses on the home automation system e-Domotica, camera surveillance and HD media players. Eminent was established in 2005 and has the objective to create user-friendly products, that are easy to install and easy to use. Eminent offers extensive support with manuals in plain English and an accessible helpdesk. Eminent is part of the TKH group.
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