Overclockers Australia!
Make us your homepage. Add us to your bookmarks  
Major Sponsors:

News Archive

Articles & Reviews

Folding Team
Seti@Home Team
Climate Prediction

OCAU Sponsors
Online Vendors
Motorcycle Club

MyGica ATV510B Enjoy TV
Join the community - in the OCAU Forums!
Date 19th December 2013
Author FearTec
Editor James "Agg" Rolfe
Manufacturer MyGica
Vendor Urban Digital Media

Introduction, Box Contents, The Unit

A big thanks goes to OCAU and Urban Digital Media (OCAU Sponsor) for sending me this ATV510b Enjoy TV with Linux-XBMC pre-installed (with included add-ons) to review. I actually won this as a prize in this OCAU thread but, despite being a very happy winner, my review will of course be completely impartial.

I have been looking for an ideal media streamer for many years now. The last big ticket media streamer I purchased was a Zensonic Z500 for over $500, reviewed here on OCAU. The Zensonic Z500 had a 166MHz processor and 32MB of ram. Let's see how the MyGica ATV510B Enjoy TV fares, with an 800MHz processor and 1GB of memory, 7 years later.

You can read the finer details on the official page, but in short the MyGica ATV510b is a Media streamer running the official Geniatech Linux XBMC (12.1 Frodo) so it boots directly into XBMC. XBMC is an extremely popular open-source media player, supporting virtually all video and music formats. This box provides hardware video decoding, 1080p playback, USB, network or internet streaming, 5.1 surround and Dolby Digital audio decoding. You can even control XBMC from your smartphone or tablet. UrbanDigital have it listed at $129 AUD.

My Gica ATV510B specs:
OS: Android 4.0
HDD: 4Gb Flash Memory
CPU: ARM Cortex A9 800Mhz
USB: 3x USB 2 ports
Wifi: Wifi 802.11 b/g/n
Display Out: HDMI 1.3
Network: RJ45
Power: 5V-2A

The box looks rather snazzy.

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

I am not noticing analogue or optical out for sound (to make it compatible with my amp).

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

Box Contents:
Unit, Remote (no batteries), HDMI Power.

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

Manual with small writing. Very small writing.

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

The Unit:

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

Ready to turn on - the unit turns on as soon as the power is connected, no need to press the power button. You will need 2x AAA batteries for the remote (not included).

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge

The unit booted in seconds. The text in the menu looks a little pixely. I checked the output and it was 1920x1080 (1080p).

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge


All original content copyright James Rolfe.
All rights reserved. No reproduction allowed without written permission.
Interested in advertising on OCAU? Contact us for info.

Hosted by Micron21!

Recent Content

Team Group C440 Cardea Ceramic M.2 NVMe SSD

Synology DS720+ NAS

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B 8GB

Retro Extreme!

Intel Core i9-10980XE

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X

Team Group T-Force Vulcan 500GB SATA SSD