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Stream Content to Your TV with the D-Link MovieNite

on April 17, 2012 2:00 pm

With the MovieNite box from D-Link, you’ll be able to stream Netflix, Vudu, YouTube, and Pandora Radio content to your home TV setup.  Looking very much like a Roku and an Apple TV had a child, the MovieNite can deliver up to 1080p with 5.1 channel audio on the HDMI connection or 480i with 2-channel sound on the composite connection.  It has an Ethernet connector and built-in WiFi, and it comes with a remote control.  Check for local retailers at the D-Link site.  MSRP is $59.99, but has it for $48 right now.


  1. 1
    John says:

    Does it support Amazon Prime or Amazon Cloud Music Player? I couldn’t find an answer on D-link’s site.

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    Gareth Jones says:

    Can both the hdmi and composite ports be active at the same time? – eg – can it downconvert hdmi signals…

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    Dave says:

    I took it for a spin here:

    John, no Amazon channels/apps and D-Link tells me they have no current plans for additional “channels.”

    Gareth, yes and no. HDMI and composite can be active at the same time ONLY if you set the res to 480p. Probably not what you were hoping for…

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    Janet Cloninger says:

    This is just a news item, so I’ve had no hands-on experience. I can’t answer your questions, sorry.

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