Open Hour Gecko Player with Subtitles

Open Hour Gecko is a 4K Android Player with optimized KODI 15 that supports Open Hour Gecko subtitles. Gecko also supports features like HD Audio Passthrough, Framerate Sync, 3D BDISO, 4K H.264/265 and SAMBA/NFS.

It has 1 GB DDR3 RAM, Hisilicon 3798M, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and 8 GB NAND Flash. It can support HDMI resolution of up to 2160P30 Hz. It has a USB 2.0, a USB 3.0 and TF Card interfaces. It comes with built-in 802.11 b/g/n WiFi facility with external antenna.

You can order Open Hour Gecko media player here.

Using the HD Audio Passthrough, you can enjoy clear audio that matches with the vivid images of HD videos. You can watch your favorite shows in excellent 3D picture quality using the 3D BDISO.

Open Hour Gecko syncs the HDMI output with the video’s frame rate automatically. 4K H.264/265 gives you excellent crispness and detailing of images.

The package contains Open Hour Gecko Device, AC Adapter, High Speed HDMI Cable, AV Breakout Cable, Remote Control, 2 * AAA Batteries, Quick Start Guide and Warranty Card.

Open Hour Gecko with Subtitles support
Open Hour Gecko

Installing KODI for watching videos with Open Hour Gecko Subtitles:

Just by a single click you can install KODI which is optimized for Gecko. And then you can enjoy the Open Hour Gecko Subtitles for movies.

KODI has a lot of facilities like storing and viewing pictures, videos, movies, music, etc.

Open Hour Gecko subtitles- KODI Interface
1. Open Hour Gecko – KODI Interface

You can add video files, play them, and download subtitles thereby from the video itself.

Open Hour Gecko Subtitles- KODI Video Playing
Open Hour Gecko – KODI Searching for subtitles
Open Hour Gecko Subtitles- KODI Video With Subtitles
Open Hour Gecko – KODI Video With Subtitles

So, go ahead and give Open Hour Gecko media player a go!

Open Hour Gecko is one of the many media player devices that uses OpenSubtitles API. Enjoy the free subtitles service of opensubtitles and if you like it, consider making a small donation.

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