Review: Popcorn Hour A-110

I have to say that I am very impressed with the Popcorn Hour A-110, it is a little more advanced then most people think and can even output the right audio to heavy duty A/V equipment. I have had it for over a year now and put it through its paces. Most people are in search a decent and simple media player that will play all the different encodings of stored video and audio, and I think that the Popcorn is the solution. We had to upgrade to higher end Onkyo A/V so that it can recieve the decoded audio through the HDMI wire but that isn’t a shortcoming of the Popcorn, I think its great that it can output all forms. I’m not going to go over all the technical details of the product you can see it here.


  • Simple operations
  • Can attach multiple hard drives
  • Outputs Analog and HD to any TV/Projector
  • Compact and simple to transport
  • Analog/Component Video/S-Video/HDMI Video output
  • Connects to the network, and you can manually connect
  • Decent price for product that can cover all the different encodings


  • Sometimes you have to manually map the location of hard drives or shared folders.
  • Issues with subtitles when watching Japanese Animation

Link: PopcornHour
Price: $215

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!


  1. Q80 In Denver


    way better! but I still believe that HDX 1000 is the best media player ever!

  2. vampire: Extremely better!

    Q80 in Denver: I saw the HDX 1000 and it has some limitations, check out some of the reviews. I honestly forgot what the problem was though! lol

  3. Q80 In Denver

    Marzouq: LoL I would love to know the limitation :p if YOU REMEMBER! :P

  4. Pinot

    Can u post a review on Telsey BLOBbox?

  5. Q80 In Denver

    I kept looking for a negative review or something like it on the HDX 1000 .. EVERYONE .. I mean EVERYONE is raving the product! :p

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