PROBOX2 AVA (/w Remote+) Android TV Box, Quad Core 2G/16G Dual Band WIFI 1000Mbps LAN USB3.0 HD IN HDR 2.5inch SATA
- モデル番号を入力してください これが適合するか確認：
- The latest and powerful chip RTD1295DD, Android 6.0, USB 3.0, support 2.5”inch SATA HDD, HDMI 2.0a, 2G+16G, Bluetooth 4.0, 2.4G and 5G dual-band Wifi and 1000Mbps Ethernet,4K@60P HEVC(h.265) 10bit decoding,10bit output, HDR, DD-DTS etc.
- Play everything you want such as HTML5, MKV, MP4, ISO, 3D MVC,VP9,etc. Support 4K@60fps,HD Audio(7.1CH),real 23.976fps.
- Powerful PROBOX2 APEX UI developed by PROBOX2 Team, support OTA update with frequent FW update.
- Android 6.0 + OpenWRT(NAS) dual system run simultaneously, Using Paragon NTFS, a commercial implementation of NTFS file system that normally delivers much higher performance than NTFS-3G.Support samba server, iTunes(DAAP) server,DLNA(UPnP) server, FTP server, AFP function(for Apple TimeMachine), BitTorrent download function.
- Bundle with Remote+ Controller
Model: AVA (/w Remote+)
Operating System: Android 6.0 + OpenWRT (NAS) dual system run simultaneously
CPU: Realtek RTD1295DD ARM Cortex-A53 Quad-Core
GPU: ARM T820 MP3 (3-core)
RAM: 2GB DDR4
ROM: 16GB eMMC
Extended Storage: SD card support up to 64GB
Wifi Connectivity: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, 802.11AC,4.900 GHz ~ 5.845 GHz (5.0 GHz ISM Band) dual-band WIFI
Ethernet: RJ-45 Ethernet Jack (10/100/1000Mbps)
Video Supported: HDR, 10-bit HEVC/H.265 up to 4K @ 60fps, VP9 up to 4K @ 30 fps, H.264 up to 4K @ 24 fps, automatic frame rate switching
Audio Supported: HD audio(7.1ch) decode and pass-through Redesigned Native player, Powerful subtitles ,Support MVC ISO,MVC MKV.
Resolution: 4K*2K and H.265(HEVC)UHD
PROBOX2 AVA supports HDMI-IN with the Picture in Picture(PIP) function, record function (for non-HDCP content). Stream to UDP function.
HDMI Out: HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2 output, Support 4K@60fs Support HD Audio (7.1CH), support 23.976 and 29.94
HDMI In: HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.0 input, support PIP, HDMI IN stream recode and stream output via UDP etc...
1 * 2.5"inch SATA 3.0 HDD slot (Only support to install a 2.5"inch SATA HDD inside)
1 * SD card reader interface
1 * IR receiver
1 * USB 3.0 port
1 * USB 2.0 port
1 * S/SPDIF (2CH, 5.1CH)
1 * VFD display
1 * Power (12V/2A)
1 x AVA
1 x IR remote
1 x HDMI cable
1 x WIFI Antenna
1 x Power adapter
1 x Remote+ Controller
1 x USB Receiver
1 x User Guide (AVA)
1 x User Guide (Remote+)
I made two additional purchases; a 2.5" SATA HD a 'must have' for this device, and a powered splitter made by ViewHD (specifically Model: VHD-PRO4X2i) ViewHD Prosumer Ultra HD HDMI True Matrix 4X2 Support | ARC | Advanced Audio Receiver | Home Theater | Headphone | TOSLINK | Model: VHD-PRO4X2i | The Ultimate HDMI Matrix.
It allowed me to easily switch between 4 different devices for the TV and the PROBOX2 AVA. Record one program - watch another from a different or same source. The split or switched signal allowed ALL video and audio to clearly pass thru (ViewHD sells a lower cost simple splitter that will do the same without the extra switching feature). It now can record ANY HDMI input signal. I have tested FIOS Box, Roku Box, Xbox 360, and Playstion 3. Not that it's important, I tried to record the HDMI video feed from a Blu-ray 3D movie. That was the only thing that didn't work. No matter what the source; DVR, DVD, regular Blu-ray (non 3D), Game Play, etc, it can save it as a perfect true HD mp4 file 1920x1080 with a file size of about 4.3GB per hour (lower Rez setting will yield smaller file size). Unlimited recording time per file (hard drive only).
There are a few quirky things to note... any disruption in the HDMI signal will stop the recording cold. Although there is a 'set time record' feature, I have not found this helpful. I like to make my recordings start 'on time' and end 'on time' without timer variations. HD file navigation takes a little getting use to. Memory Sticks and SD cards can also be recorded on, but only up to about an hour even though there is plenty of leftover room on the storage device. You can record multiple hours, but just not as one recording. Don't know why they are limited. You 'can' playback any file you have created by itself or from another source. There is no firmware ability installed to rename the recorded files. Move the files to a computer to rename or edit them as needed.
PLEASE DO NOT DISTRIBUTE ANY RECORDINGS UNLESS YOU OWN THE RIGHTS TO THEM. DUPLICATING COPY WRITTEN MATERIAL IS CONSIDERED ILLEGAL.