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Matsunichi MT20 Wi-Fi Media Player


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  • Share Mobile Videos, Photos and Music On TVs In Full HD 1080p, Connects Quickly And Easily
  • Compatible With Both Android and Ios Devices Through Dlna and Airplay
  • Mirror Your Miracast-capable Android(tm) Device Directly To TVs
  • Share Local Media Content Through External Usb Storage
  • Small Compact Design, Powered By Usb

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.5 x 14.5 x 5.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 9 g
  • Item model number: MT20
  • ASIN: B00DR10DME
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 11 2013
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Product Description

The Matsunichi MT20 is your ultimate portable streaming media player. Share your mobile videos, photos, and music on an HDMI-capable HDTV, monitor, or projector in Full HD 1080p with your friends and family in a snap. Stream instantly over Wi-Fi to your iOS device with the MeeVideo app and Android devices with the MeePlayer Lite app, or through popular apps like YouTube and iMediaShare! The MT20 also supports wireless display through Miracast. The MT20 easily connects audio/video through the HDMI dongle, is powered by USB, and can play media directly through an external USB storage device. Quickly share your media with friends at home, or take it on the go for work or play!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Updated Review - Big Improvement! Nov. 22 2013
By M. H. Wright - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I was pretty bummed when I first tried to use the product. But, after writing a bad review below, and reaching out to Marquis Customer Support, I'm now happier with the product.

They recommended I run an Android app named, Flipps. It apparently provides a video service that helps the Miracast along. While Flipps alone is sort of a Chromecast app on steroids, it also appears to add a transport to enhance the Miracast/WiFi Display functionality.

While I was constantly dropping the connection to the device while just doing the WiFi Display from my Nexus 5 to the MT-20'S Miracast function, having the Flipps service running makes my MT-20 usable with my Nexus 5. Without Flipps running, I couldn't stay connected longer than 15 - 20 seconds. I even recorded a video to "prove" to the Marquis Customer Support folks that it was failing, but darned if it didn't run for a minute or so before I got bored and realized it worked fine now.

Although it takes running up Flipps, then setting the MT-20 to Miracast, it still provides me the capability I sought; getting a big screen display of my phone - all of it, not just the stuff Chromecast streams so well.

Thank you Marquis Customer Support team!

----Old crappy review----
Problems started as soon as I connected the device to my TV.

With the power an USB remote sensor in place, I connected the device to an HDMI port on my Samsung 50" LCD TV.

First, it popped a warning that the mode needed to be changed because the TV's resolution didn't support the device. I tried to find where/how to find the setting on my TV, but no joy.

After disconnecting the device and reattaching twice, I got the device's screen.

I renamed the device, and tried out the Miracast with my Nexus 5; it didn't follow well, and failed repeatedly.

I joined the device to my WiFi Network; no simple task. The remote control was not the easiest entering a password.

With the network joined, I upgraded the firmware.

When it was done, I had to rename the device again, because it reverted to it's own name. Fortunately, I didn't need to re-enter the password for the network.

I restarted the device and tried the Miracast again... Still slow to respond, and dropped out/disconnected often.

As it is now, it's unuseable. Oh well, off to search for something that really supports my phone Wireless Display capability.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Useless for me June 4 2014
By Barry Caldwell - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I got it mainly to watch the WWE Network from my ipad, doesen't support format, I didn't need it no how, I'll stick mith my Roku.

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