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Micca Speck G2 1080p Full-HD Ultra Portable Digital Media Player For USB Drives and SD/SDHC Cards
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- Powerful 1080p Video Player: MKV, AVI, TS/TP, MP4/M4V (up to 4GB in size), MOV, VOB, M2TS
- Wide Range Video Codec Support: H.264/AVC, VC-1, MPEG1/2/4
- Audio Format Support: MP3, OGG, FLAC, APE
- Ultra portable compact design: only 3" x 2.3" x 0.6"
- Supports SD cards up to 32GB, and USB flash drives and hard drives up to 2TB
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The Micca Speck G2 provides convenient playback of all popular photo, music, and video formats up to 1080p Full-HD resolution on any TV or HDTV! It has a 1080p HD output for sending sharp and clear video and audio in pure digital format to HDTVs, as well as composite AV output for use with analog TVs. Its compact and ultra portable design fits anywhere you want it to!
Small and sleek, the Micca Speck G2 is a perfect entertainment source for vacations and business trips. Its aluminum exterior is tough enough to withstand the rigors of portable use. With the optional car power adapter, the Micca Speck G2 can be used to play movies on in-car video system and keep everyone entertained on trips short and long.
The Speck G2 is a true next generation digital video device with broad video/audio codec and file format support at up to 1080p and 10mbps:
- Video Files: MKV, AVI, TS/TP, MP4/M4V (up to 4GB in size), MOV, VOB, RM, M2TS
- Video Codecs: H.264/AVC, VC1,MPEG1/2/4
- Audio Formats: MP3, OGG, FLAC, APE
- Photo Files: JPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG
- Subtitle: SRT, SUB+IDX (Internal Only)
- Languages: English, Chinese(S/T), Korean, Spanish, French, German, Russian
The Speck G2 can be used with all TVs, HDTVs as well as home theater systems with its extensive connectivity:
- Video: 1080P HD, CVBS/Composite
- Resolution: NTSC, PAL, 480i/p, 720p, 1080i/p
- Audio: PCM 2.0, analog stereo
- Storage: USB up to 2TB, SD memory cards up to 32GB
- File System: FAT/FAT32, NTFS
What is Included
- Micca Speck G2
- IR Remote
- AV cable
- 100-240V AC adapter
Micca Speck G2 Full-HD Digital Media Player
The Micca Speck G2 provides convenient playback of most popular video, music, and photo formats up to 1080P Full-HD resolution on any TV or HDTV! It has an HDMI output for sending sharp and clear digital video to HDTVs, as well as composite AV output for use with analog TVs. Its compact and ultra portable design fits anywhere you want it to.
Small and sleek, the Micca Speck G2 is a perfect entertainment source for vacations and business trips. Its aluminum exterior is tough enough to withstand the rigors of portable use. With an optional car power adapter, the Micca Speck G2 can be used to play movies on in-car video system and keep everyone entertained on road trips.
- Simple and easy to use, no complicated setup
- Friendly technical support standing by, just in case
Make Your TV Smarter
Enhance any TV with the ability to play videos, music, and photo slideshows! The Micca Speck G2 is amazingly compact, affordable, and simple to use. Get one for each TV in the house.
HDMI and AV Outputs
1080p HDMI output for sending sharp and clear video and audio in pure digital format to HDTVs, as well as composite AV output for use with analog TVs. Analog AV cable included.
Reads USB and SD Cards
Supports USB flash drives and USB hard drives up to 2TB, and SD memory cards upto 32GB. Requires MBR partition table and FAT32 or NTFS file systems.
Auto Playback and Resume
Can be configured for automatic video playback with endless repeat and looping, and ability to resume from stopping point. Great for simple digital signage applications.
- Micca Speck G2
- IR Remote Control
- Analog AV Cable
- 100-240V AC Adapter
- User's Manual
Video Output: NTSC, PAL, 720p 50/60Hz, 1080i/p 50/60Hz.
Audio Output: PCM 2.0, analog stereo.
Video and Audio Format Support Specifications
-Video File Support: MKV, AVI, TS/TP, MP4/M4V (4GB file size limit), MOV, VOB, and M2TS files encoded with H.264/AVC, VC1, and MPEG1/2/4, up to 1920x1080, 30fps, 10mbps. Note: formats not listed here, such as H.265/HEVC, are not supported.
- Audio Format Support: MP3, OGG, FLAC, APE.
- Photo Format Support: JPG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG.
- Subtitle Format Support: SRT, SUB+IDX (Internal Only).
- Languages: English, Chinese(S/T), Korean, Spanish, French, German.
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First, the PROS:
I am a preparator in a museum specializing in video installations. I am also a video artist myself. I have a lot of experience both installing video and troubleshooting various media players. I can say with confidence that these are the best on the market right now.
The HUGE reason is seamless looping. Other media players will play a "loading" animation between loops that you can't turn off, or will display the file name on each loop. These don't.
They're tiny in every dimension and super easy to hide on top of a projector or behind a monitor. The menu is straightforward and without any unnecessary animations. They're built well and will last if you don't drop them.
If your video is formatted as H264 on a FAT32-formatted USB, you will not have a problem.
Which leads me to the CONS:
According to the products specs, you should be able to use USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 formatted in FAT32, ExFAT, and NTFS.
This is unfortunately untrue, at least in my experience. Really, the only usable format is FAT32.
I'm not sure why. Others here have said they've had luck with ExFAT, but I did not. I tried at first with a USB 3.0, and figured the newer USBs might be causing the problem, so I switched to ExFAT on a USB 2.0. No luck. Same story with NTFS.
Which leads to the hugest drawback: If you're formatting a drive on a Mac, your options are really limited. This player does not support Mac OS Extended format. If you are using a Mac and want to use this player, you need to format in FAT32, which might not be a problem... unless your file is larger than 4GB. In that case you'd need to format in ExFAT.
Other reviewers, please correct me if I'm wrong. Again, I've read reviews here that claimed to have had success playing video off an ExFAT or NTFS formatted drive, but again, I did not. In the case of the NTFS formatted drive, the USB was detected but the file on it wasn't. In the case of the ExFAT formatted drive, no drive was detected.
It seems using a USB 3.0 drive also causes problems. Perhaps future firmware updates will address this.
I've also had a mysterious issue with lagging video encoded in H264. This will be a video that plays back perfectly on a computer, but once it's on the player it lags. I'm not sure why this happens. It could be errors in the encoding process, but again, the file will playback perfectly on a computer. I've solved this problem by re-exporting the video with identical specs. Of course this is dependent on having a computer nearby that has Premiere or a similar app. If you don't... then oh well. Your video is going to lag.
I will say that Micca customer support is good. I contacted customer support about the above issue, and while their fix did not work, they did get back to me pretty quickly.
All in all, I would still recommend this player. Its ease of use, size, and seamless looping make it essential to museum installations. It's a staple for new media artists as well.
If you use this player with an enclosed 2.5" external hard drive hooked through USB, you may have a problem ,especially if you use the WD drives which have the built in firmware feature called INTELLIPARK. The Micca plays the movie fine until you pause it. After about 8 seconds pause, the player reverts back to the "Home" startup page which you see when you first turn on the player. You then have to wade through the movies and fast forward to your paused scene again in order to continue the movie.
This is not a problem with the player, but is caused by the hard drive parking the heads after 8 seconds of idle. This command is built into the hard drive firmware and can't be changed.
I confirmed this by using an old 2.5" drive without INTELLIPARK and hooked it up to the player the same way. I could pause the movie for as long as I wanted (according to the pause time selection in the "Setup window" on the player).
After one hour of use, the device was only slightly warm.
Instantly recognized both a 32GB flash (FAT32) and a 2TB hard drive (NTFS).
Played a recent video codec (one which sends old MP's into fast-forward).
Played video files up to 1.5GB (... larger, I don't have).
Hops from single-frame to single-frame in FF (very rough, a negative).
Remote must be pointed directly at the device, but works from a distance.
Responds very quickly to remote input.
The latest remote will have buttons with a nice click.
Has a translucent menu, but I don't see this as a positive attribute.
Remembers "resume" for every file played, not just the last one !
The included switching power supply is 5v 2000ma.
At first, there was no AC/buzz noise in the audio, but there is now.
A loud "pop" in the TV speakers can be heard when switching-off.
The large indicator light changes from green to red (off).
Concerning the remote, most of the buttons are the same as my previous media player. However, the left-button on the circle is not "Return" or "Back". At the center of the circle, the large round "OK" button, opens folders and initiates play. Yet, the left-button of the circle is still not "Back", nor will the "OK"/Play button take the video out of fast-forward. Instead, the tiny "Pause" button is used. When paused, pressing the large "OK"/Play button will not resume play. Again, the tiny "Pause" button must be used. The buttons required, make use of the remote, a little annoying. And remember, the remote must be accurately aimed at the device, or nothing will happen. For me, the large round button is the main attraction, not the tiny "Pause" button. The lack of buttons doubling for "Return or Back", will mean that navigating the menu will require hitting the "Return" button again and again. A second tap on "OK" removes the file information from the top of the screen, leaving the "Return" button untouched. The removal of just this one function from the "Return" button, was a great relief.
On a positive note, the video aspect button marked "16.9/4.3" does wonders for the display, and the picture is very sharp, and the audio clear (except for a low buzzing or AC hum).
A manual selection of internal video and audio settings seems to be absent, but these settings also appear to be done automatically.
Except for "Stereo or Left/Right", I could not find audio adjustments in Movie mode. The whited-out "drop-down" menu was non-functional, but a firmware update will probably fix this.
The audio player for music is a nice one, but could use more color in the spectrum display. Unfortunately, I could not find a way to display mp3 information, nor could I find an equalizer to alter the tone. When I discovered the drop-down menu containing an EQ and color changes, the menu did not work (but wasn't whited-out).
At the bottom of the remote, hold one of the three speaker buttons down, and this will raise or lower the volume (30 is maximum) ... finding this adjustment baffled me for some time.
The Micca Speck G2 is one of the better media players of this type, but smaller than a pack of cigarettes. The device & remote would be nicer in a larger size. I agree with the positive ratings here, but feel this media player is just a bit over-rated. The AC noise in the audio, and the "pop" when switching-off, these are strong negatives.
The Micca Speck G2 might be powered thru a USB port as shown in a Youtube video. USE CAUTION. I am not going to recommend that you do this, only supply a little information. A cable with a 3.5mm X 1.35mm tip is required (and the tip must be positive). Search "Questions" for "power thru usb". Some say "Yes", others say "No". Fact is, the HDTV usb port must be capable of supplying the milliamps of current that will be demanded by the device. Other small media players are powered this way, so perhaps the idea is not outside the realm of expectation. The problem is, 5v 2000ma thru a USB port may be more than most HDTVs can supply. Is this a good idea ? I'm looking for a power supply with better shielding.
Pros and Cons noted, the Micca Speck G2 is "NOT PERFECT" .... but does perform quite well.