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D-Link DSM-320RD DVD-Player

D-Link DSM-320RD DVD-Player
alaAverage 3.2

10 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of D-Link DSM-320RD DVD-Player. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Wireless Data Devices for all reviews. Reviewers really like the size. The price is also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the design and reliability.

usability, price, size

reliability, design

On average, users rate this product 69/100 and experts rate this product 60/100.

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Consumer review (

A really cool device !


Will use this one till D-link gets a few bugs out of these units,such as software,compatibility with wireless N and windows xp .....but having fun with it as for now !!

Bought this item after watching some videos on d-links website,But wanted to buy the DSM-750 unit first But it wasn't in stock,and the 750 didn't have a dvd or the 5 in 1 media reader,besides it needs Windows Vista as the main operating system,so I...

One problem I had was with the supplied software, had to switch to Tversity and update it's firmware then and only then did I start to enjoy it...another con is this unit is wireless G,but you can buy the wireless N unit if you are using Vista !! just...

Jul, 2008

Consumer review (

Junk after 1 year


I used to love Dlink products. I will NEVER buy another Dlink product again, and will no longer recommend my company buy any of their products.

Worked quite well with audio and photos

Video was terrible - jerky, had to recode everything (what's the point?) ; After 1.5 years, the power supply died. Call to Dlink was very revealing: NO repair, NO parts are available for ANY product older than warranty (1 year). Customer Support said...

Sep, 2007

Consumer review (

Pretty Cool - Dont upgrade Firmware


Awesome product when sued with tversity, dont install their media server, dont upgrade teh firmware when the annoying pop up prompts you.

when used with media server this thing plays everything. .ape, .flac, .mpc, just about any video or audio

Firmware update shut me down completely, had to RMA with DLINK. Their tech support sucked but they sent me out a new one pretty fast

Nov, 2006

Consumer review (

This thing is cool


Connection using 802.11g on a Belkin Pre-N router, works without a hiccup. Before you listen to anyone who may tell you this product is a "total dessapointment" make sure you do your research. Luckily this is a UPnP compliant player, and thusly you...

For anyone having trouble playing certain file types or with videos skipping a lot, there is an alternate free media server called TVersity (rhymes with university). Using this, I am easily able to stream my diverse collection of media files, in any...

DLink's included media server is not very comprehensive, occasionally reboots at random while playing DVD's ; Remote control is sad. Hopefully I can program a universal remote for this player

Mar, 2006

Consumer review (

Best bang for buck


All in all, for a device this early in the UPnP evolution, its right on - I would have got the DSM-320 because of the price, but I needed the DVD player too, and the memory card reader was a plus. I am running with teh TVersity media server, and have...

Does everything I want it too - mainly internet radio, personal mp3 library, and personl home video clips

Streaming video is a joke for the most part, network video is just OK

Dec, 2005

Consumer review (

Good Network Media Player


Where do I start? Positives are progressive scan DVD player, media card reader, all video output types except HDMI, all audio output types and its also wireless. The only negative I have is it is very, very slow to start up for both DVD player and...

Oct, 2005

Consumer review (

Works good


It does stream fast but its a little slow on the start up and a little slow to connect. I turn it on walk away for a minute then come back.

Oct, 2005

Consumer review (

Better than the DSM-320


Same as the DSM-320 but with a DVD player and card reader. Overall this is a very good media player. However, it is a little slow to connect to a media server. Too bad D-Link doesnt have a network storage (NAS) device that will stream directly to the...

Sep, 2005

Consumer review (

Only buy this if streaming video is NOT your main concern!


Plays MP3's and pictures pretty well.

Can't stream video worth a flip, upgrades and tech support are a joke!

Dec, 2006

Product Specifications

The DSM-320RD is a gatway that connects your home entertainment center to an existing network, allowing you to wirelessly stream music, photos and videos from your Windows PC to your television and stereo system, all without running cables through your home. Using 802.11g wireless technology, the DSM-320RD streams media content at a maximum wireless signal rate of up to 54Mbps. You can also stream media content via Ethernet at speeds of up to 100Mbps. The DSM-320RD integrates seamlessly with your existing wired or wireless network. Using progressive scan technology, you can watch your favorite DVDs in high resolution (for high-definition and HD-ready TVs) with theatre-like sound. In addition to DVDs, this DVD Player will also play SVCD, CD-R, CD-RW, CD, and MP3 discs. The DSM-320RD also features a built-in 5-in-1 card reader, which provides a fast and convenient way to view and share digital photos, music, and videos stored on a memory card. Insert the memory card into the card reader and your media content becomes just a click away. Popular memory cards, including XD Card, SD, Memory Stick, SmartMedia, and Compact Flash (Type I and II) are supported. Get access to thousands of songs right from your living room. D-Link has partnered with premium online service providers such as AOL, Napster, and Rhapsody to bring you a large collection of CD-quality, commercial-free radio stations and PC music downloads. And now, with support for Windows Media Connect (WMC), all Windows Media Digital Rights Management (WMDRM) protected files can be seamlessly streamed from your PC to your living room.