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Kingwin KH-300 Sound Xtreme

Manufacturer: Kingwin
Supplied by: Kingwin
Street Price: $69

by Dean Barker (3/06/2006)

Introduction

Kingwin has made a variety of external hard drive racks over the years and can always be relied upon to bring something new to market.  Shifting the design of one of their existing external hard drive racks to accept a 2.5" drive and a circuit board, Kingwin has made a compact media center.  Supporting media formats across the board such as DivX, MP3, MPEG4, VCD, SVCD and DVD to name a few, Kingwin's mini media center is an easy way to take your movies, music and pictures with you.  Let's take a closer look at the Kingwin KH-300.

Specifications

  • Application: External 2.5" IDE HDD / USB 2.0 Media Player

  • Interface: S-Video, RCA Composite, VGA, USB 2.0

  • Observed dimensions: 144 x 85 x 25

  • Observed weight: 224 gms

  • Construction: Aluminum

  • Power and Activity LED Indicators

  • Plug and Play operation

  • Supported Media: DVD, MPEG4, DivX, SVCD, VCD, VCD3 and MP3

  • Available Colors: Black, Silver

What you get

The Kingwin KH-300 package includes the KH-300, Remote Control for the unit, a variety of composite and USB cables, power cable and a manual.  With the KH-300 basically being an all in one entertainment unit, it's important to note that the cables included offer connections enough for hooking up to most televisions and PC monitors for viewing.

The Unit

The unit itself is a small aluminum black drive rack all its connection points on either end.  One end handles all your connections.  From left to right these are a custom A/V connection, 5-pin USB, DC power in and the on/off switch.  On the reverse side is the IR receiver as well as the power on and drive activity LED. 

     


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