Item: Pioneer Custom Retro HTPC
Location: Perth, WA
Item condition description:
I have here a one of a kind custom HTPC Media Player in excellent working and cosmetic condition.
Gutted out old pre 1980's pioneer stereo deck with Alienware micro ATX system.
The power button of the stereo turns the computer on and off.
"REC" light is the hard drive light
VU meters light up with orange LED low light when the power is on (replicates the old bulbs)
Two front facing USB ports are incorporated in some control holes
Reason for selling: Doesn't gets used
Payment Methods: COD
- Alien ware Micro ATX motherboard
- BLURAY, DVDRW, CDRW drive
- ATI video/sound card with HDMI out (video and audio out through HDMI)
- TP-Link Wireless N adapter (wifi)
- Custom fans with resistors to lower noise (system is extremely quiet)
- 5 USB ports
- Ethernet port
- Windows 7 Ultimate.
- Intel® Core 1.8GHz
- 80gb Harddrive
- 2 GB RAM
Will throw in free Monster HDMI cable
Since ive never owned a 3d capable device untill last week im still quite behind.
I have an old school (but still great) Pioneer BDP-51 for general 2D playback and quite like how it performs.
I've since picked up a new Epson 9100w projector and the only 3D player ive had available to me has been my trusty PS3 with about 20hrs on it since new hahah. The 3D looked fine to me but with no comparrison to any other players i dont know if there is any difference. Will i notice much of a visual/audio differnce by going to a stand alone player?
I will likely get another player anyhow as using the PS3 controller as a remote bites the big one.