Cheapest Way To Get Videos to Loop on TV

We may of just found the cheapest possible way to get videos to loop on your TV. At £21.50 the Sumvision Micro 2 is a media player which comes with a remote control. It allows you to place a USB device inside like a USB memory stick or USB hard disk drive, or you can enter an SD card like you would use with cameras.

The device is available for $33 at the moment on Amazon.com although it looks like Sumvision have less of a presence in the States. However there are similarly priced alternatives such as the Micca Speck. Below is an image of this device. There are various similar ones to choose from.

These kinds of cheap media players will allow you to watch our relaxing videos continuously. Be sure to check that they have a repeat function before buying (they should all have this).

SMART TVs usually have their own media player but standard HDTVs and older TVs will need a device like the one you can see above in order to play downloaded videos continuously.

Another cheap option is a the Google Chromecast which plugs into the back of your TV’s usb port and HDMI port (so make sure you have these).

Finally you can go the premium route with a media streaming device like the Apple TV. This is a great option if you also want to access television services online.

Anyway, this post was about looping videos on your HDTV the cheap way. It seems that for around $40 this can easily be done. Now that we are offering our Full Collection in Full HD for a great price, you can have over 50 20 minute aquarium videos, fireplace videos and scenery videos looping on any TV you like for around $100.

 

 

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