Neuros MPEG4 Recorder


#1

Wecome to the Woot-off item #24 topic page for this product on Friday, May 6th, 2005. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here…


#2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Today&rsquo;s item quantity: 150<br>Last Order time: 03:49:51 PM CDT<br>Woot Member to blame: smed<br>Order Pace: 0m 19.14s<br>Woot Wage: $18806.90 an hour.

#3

Holy Woot-Off Batman!! I missed this one. Can someone post the description and price?


#4

I was just going to ask the same thing. Using the figures above…is $99.00 correct?


#5

yes[quote user=“encece”]I was just going to ask the same thing. Using the figures above…is $99.00 correct?[/quote]


#6

You wanted the info… here it is…

http://www.whatsyourdeal.com … Great deals, coupon codes and Freebies

I won’t swear to the price, but I think it was $99

Yeah, you could hack your Tivo, but that takes at least four things: Time, effort, know-how, and a Tivo. Roughly the size of a PDA, Neuros’s stand-alone MPEG4 Recorder is by far the most hassle-free way to create MPEG4 files.

And did someone say multifunctional? No, but somebody should have. Hook the Neuros MPEG4 Recorder up to your existing home theater components and view still photos on your TV or listen to MP3s through your stereo. Record from any analog video source, including cable or satellite TV, your DVD player, VCR, camcorder or PVR (e.g. Tivo).

The setup and conversion is as easy as your momma on three-dollar sangria pitcher night. If you wanted, you could load newly-recorded videos onto your laptop or PDA every day for watching on your commute. (We do not recommend this unless you commute by mass transit.) It uses CF and SD cards which are now officially cheaper than dirt (under $70 for 1GB CF). So quit whining that we didn’t include memory, go out and buy yourself some and pretend we bundled it for you.

Jeez, think of the implications for your porn habit alone: no more lonely nights at the computer desk, now you can have lonely nights with the TV in the living room.

Let us emphasize: This isn’t your typical Woot close-out, this is the launch of a just released product! In other words - this thing is mad new, yo. If it were a baby, its head would still be all misshapen from the squeezing it got in Neuros’s birth canal. Also, we wouldn’t be selling it by mail. Thanks to our high level partnership, Woot has a limited number of these MPEG4 Recorders, and after ours are gone, you won’t see any others anywhere else for probably two months. Think of it: For those eight weeks (or so), you’ll finally be the first on your block to have something besides parasites.

Features:
Storage medium: Standard Compact Flash (CF) or Secure Digital (SD) memory cards
Turn your PDA into a PVP by watching movies on it
Archive home movies to MPEG4 without tying up your computer, burning DVDs or installing new software
Watch downloaded movies on your TV
Record TV shows
Use as an mp3 player for your living room
No additional software is necessary, but the Ulead Video ToolBox™ 2 Home Edition software bundle pack for PC is included for additional file conversion and editing functionality.

MPEG-4 AVI Movie Player
Real Time MPEG-4 Movie Recording
ISO Standard MPEG4 SP encoding with G.726 audio
MPEG-4 SP with MP3 stereo sound, near DVD quality
30fps@362×240 resolution Microsoft ASF file format
30fps@320×240 resolution AVI file format, encode by DivX 4.0 & 5.0

Photo Viewer
JPEG decoder
Resolution up to 16M pixels
Thumbnail view
Rotate
Zoom & Pan

MP3/AAc Music Player
Stereo MP3 decoding
Stereo AAC decoding
32-320kbits/sec CBR & VBR
16-128kbits/sec CBR

Everything else:
USB 2.0 High speed card reader
Transfer files between cards
Downloadable firmware upgrades from www.neurosaudio.com
Power Source - 110-240V AC/DC Power supply
Dimensions - 4.6 inches x 3.42 x .71 inches. 4.9 oz.

Complete System Includes
A/V Interface Cables
PC USB Cable
110-240V AC/DC Power Supply
Remote Control
User Manual Driver and Bundle Software Pack


#7

[size=18:c6383f0ec2]Thanks peteromans11!!! :smiley: [/size:c6383f0ec2]

-billflu.com


#8

I jumped on it-completely impulse.
For myself for mother’s day.
I am one helluv a Mother.

C’mon, wooterinos, tell me how much it sucks.

Now that the forum is working, I doubt this will get read :evil:


#9

WOOOOOOOOOTTTTTT GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOODDDDDDDD

More deals, go to http://www.dealstudio.com


#10

[quote user=“peteromans11”]You wanted the info… here it is…

http://www.whatsyourdeal.com … Great deals, coupon codes and Freebies

I won’t swear to the price, but I think it was $99
<snip>
[/quote]

Yup, it was $99 vs. the launch price on woot of $119 a few months back.


#11

Anyone know if it’s possible to use one of these Compact Flash -> USB port cards to hook up an external HD to this thing :?: :?:

Here’s a link to the CF-to-USB card…
http://www.ratocsystems.com/english/products/subpages/cfu1u.html

It would be real cool of you could use this and then just use an external USB hard drive.

Any thoughts?


#12

[quote user=“NHIbanez”]Anyone know if it’s possible to use one of these Compact Flash -> USB port cards to hook up an external HD to this thing :?: :?:

Here’s a link to the CF-to-USB card…
http://www.ratocsystems.com/english/products/subpages/cfu1u.html

It would be real cool of you could use this and then just use an external USB hard drive.

Any thoughts?[/quote]
If you don’t get the info you need here, try the gamma forums at Neuros. Most of the posters there are very knowledgable:
http://www.neurosaudio.com/community/forum/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=43


#13

Today’s item quantity: 150<br>Last Order time: 03:49:51 PM CDT<br>Woot Member to blame: smed<br>Order Pace: 0m 19.14s<br>Woot Wage: $18806.90 an hour.


#14

Holy Woot-Off Batman!! I missed this one. Can someone post the description and price?


#15

I was just going to ask the same thing. Using the figures above…is $99.00 correct?


#16

yes


#17

You wanted the info… here it is…

http://www.whatsyourdeal.com … Great deals, coupon codes and Freebies

I won’t swear to the price, but I think it was $99

http://image.woot.com/Images/mpg4.jpg

Yeah, you could hack your Tivo, but that takes at least four things: Time, effort, know-how, and a Tivo. Roughly the size of a PDA, Neuros’s stand-alone MPEG4 Recorder is by far the most hassle-free way to create MPEG4 files.

And did someone say multifunctional? No, but somebody should have. Hook the Neuros MPEG4 Recorder up to your existing home theater components and view still photos on your TV or listen to MP3s through your stereo. Record from any analog video source, including cable or satellite TV, your DVD player, VCR, camcorder or PVR (e.g. Tivo).

The setup and conversion is as easy as your momma on three-dollar sangria pitcher night. If you wanted, you could load newly-recorded videos onto your laptop or PDA every day for watching on your commute. (We do not recommend this unless you commute by mass transit.) It uses CF and SD cards which are now officially cheaper than dirt (under $70 for 1GB CF). So quit whining that we didn’t include memory, go out and buy yourself some and pretend we bundled it for you.

Jeez, think of the implications for your porn habit alone: no more lonely nights at the computer desk, now you can have lonely nights with the TV in the living room.

Let us emphasize: This isn’t your typical Woot close-out, this is the launch of a just released product! In other words - this thing is mad new, yo. If it were a baby, its head would still be all misshapen from the squeezing it got in Neuros’s birth canal. Also, we wouldn’t be selling it by mail. Thanks to our high level partnership, Woot has a limited number of these MPEG4 Recorders, and after ours are gone, you won’t see any others anywhere else for probably two months. Think of it: For those eight weeks (or so), you’ll finally be the first on your block to have something besides parasites.

Features:
Storage medium: Standard Compact Flash (CF) or Secure Digital (SD) memory cards
Turn your PDA into a PVP by watching movies on it
Archive home movies to MPEG4 without tying up your computer, burning DVDs or installing new software
Watch downloaded movies on your TV
Record TV shows
Use as an mp3 player for your living room
No additional software is necessary, but the Ulead Video ToolBox™ 2 Home Edition software bundle pack for PC is included for additional file conversion and editing functionality.

MPEG-4 AVI Movie Player
Real Time MPEG-4 Movie Recording
ISO Standard MPEG4 SP encoding with G.726 audio
MPEG-4 SP with MP3 stereo sound, near DVD quality
30fps@362×240 resolution Microsoft ASF file format
30fps@320×240 resolution AVI file format, encode by DivX 4.0 & 5.0

Photo Viewer
JPEG decoder
Resolution up to 16M pixels
Thumbnail view
Rotate
Zoom & Pan

MP3/AAc Music Player
Stereo MP3 decoding
Stereo AAC decoding
32-320kbits/sec CBR & VBR
16-128kbits/sec CBR

Everything else:
USB 2.0 High speed card reader
Transfer files between cards
Downloadable firmware upgrades from www.neurosaudio.com
Power Source - 110-240V AC/DC Power supply
Dimensions - 4.6 inches x 3.42 x .71 inches. 4.9 oz.

Complete System Includes
A/V Interface Cables
PC USB Cable
110-240V AC/DC Power Supply
Remote Control
User Manual Driver and Bundle Software Pack


#18

[size=18:c6383f0ec2]Thanks peteromans11!!! :smiley: [/size:c6383f0ec2]

-billflu.com


#19

I jumped on it-completely impulse.
For myself for mother’s day.
I am one helluv a Mother.

C’mon, wooterinos, tell me how much it sucks.

Now that the forum is working, I doubt this will get read :evil:


#20

WOOOOOOOOOTTTTTT GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOODDDDDDDD

More deals, go to http://www.dealstudio.com