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KaiFa EP6000B Network HD player with BT built-in

KaiFa EP6000B Network HD player with BT built-in
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7 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of KaiFa EP6000B Network HD player with BT built-in. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Satellite Receivers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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Really cool NMT


Really awesome, I recommend it to anybody. I have friend with a netgear and neuros streamer and they still don't match up to this

This is an awesome NMT, is has support for web services like Youtube, flickr etc. Plays pretty much every codec imaginable(although there are a few it has trouble with), and is compatible with Linux shares/runs a linux based OS. I've had the Kaifa for...

It does take a second to start up.... There are few glitches such as pausing a movie, restarting your computer and then trying to play it..... The rewind and fastforward function are somewhat slow which is why I use seek for the most part, I think it's...

Aug, 2009

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Very Well designed, and constructed ; All software features seems to work ; Do yourself a favor and just buy the Real Thing... Popcorn Hour ; DO NOT waste your time to save a little money

Typical Chinese manual (Does NOT include inst. install HD) ; Support is Full of False Promises ; They say DTS is ready when it is NOT. They tell to to connect it to a Receiver... but how convenient is that? This is Pump and Dump operation.. peeps!...

Aug, 2009

Consumer review (

I like it!


Would like to see a nicer GUI and gigabit would be fabulous!

Plays everything that I throw at it. Customer service was very helpful and even returned phone calls

None, now that the update was released

Jul, 2009

Consumer review (

new firmware release


New firmware release fix most problem, beware DTS audio pass through only must use AMP not on TV, support RMVB with myihome server

beware DTS audio pass through only must use AMP not on TV, bt feature useless

Jun, 2009

Consumer review (

good but not perfect


Nice device although not without its faults. First and foremost you should know that if you have a DirecTV HR2x HD DVR on your network, take it off network. This and most (all?) NMT based players loop on discovery of the HR2x UPnP. Google "NMT HR20"...

Small form factor, network interface, USB keyboard support, SATA HDD support, SMB server, skinable

Crashes on playback of some media, firmware not updated as often as other NMT, compatibility with DirecTV HR2x, complete disassembly required for secure HDD installation, 20 sec boot, lack of 1Gb Enet (only 10/100)

Jun, 2009

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great media extender


Menus are a little slow at times. And when the boxs hangs up, i have to hard boot it. Neither of these things outweigh how handy it is though.

Plays just about everything I've thrown at it, including XVID, DIVX, mts files from blu-ray, VIDEO_TS folders from DVD shrink ; mounts networks shares, doesn't depend on media server ; plays everything. Almost

I see notes in the firmware updates that indicates it does, in fact, play ISO files. I have yet to be able to do that. If I figure that out, then I could declare this is the media extender everyone has been waiting for ; also, beware, this unit IS NOT...

Jun, 2009

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Second Thoughts


A week ago I was raving about this player. Now I have some reservations. This is a device that is known as a NMT, or Networked Media Tank. Several manufacturers make them and they appear to be nearly identical in terms of hardware and capabilities. The...

Nice design, a lot of capability in a small package

Kaifa is slow in releasing firmware updates ; Remote is very irritating to use, it must be pointed straight at the unit ; No DTS audio over HDMI output, optical out only for DTS ; User community is non-existent

Jun, 2009