Yes the Revo uses the HDMI port to route audio out to TV or a Surround amp.
On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Nicolas Huillard <nico...@huillard.net>wrote: > Magnus Hörlin a écrit : > > Well, my first imressions of the ION platform (Acer Revo) are very good. > > It does the vdpau deinterlacing without problems and so far the video > > decoding has not exceeded 1% cpu load for ANY 1080p clip I've tried. > > This is the best VDR frontend/XBMC machine I've ever tried. I don't know > > why, but it works better than my Intel E7200/Nvidia 9400 uATX board. For > > those interested it uses 34W from 220V with the hdd still attached. I > > don't know if it's using any power though, since I've disabled SATA in > > the bios because I boot it off the network. Anyone who knows how to open > > this wonderful little thing? > > Thanks for the feedback. > > Knowing that my EPIA ML6000 draws 25W from the wall (no HDD at all) > while hardware-decoding MPEG2, using the same kind of power brick, I'd > say decoding 1080p with 34W is great ! > I guess the HDD will still spin, even with SATA disabled at the BIOS. > You could rip 2 more watts off by unpluging it. > > Openning it : > http://hothardware.com/Articles/Acer-Aspire-Revo-SFF-NVIDIA-Ion-PC/?page=3 > > Does digital sound come out of the box on HDMI only ? No SPDIF of some > kind ? > > -- > NH > > _______________________________________________ > vdr mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr > -- Convergent Home Technologies Ltd www.dianemo.co.uk Tel: +44 (0)1245 330101 Fax: +44 (0)1245 263916 Unit 205 Waterhouse Business Centre Cromar Way Chelmsford Essex CM1 2QE UK Watch Dianemo Videos here; http://www.dianemo.co.uk/index.php/your-home/overview-videos/8-your-home/31-dianemo-overview-videos
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