Today, I’d like to show you a brand new, highly-portable, Windows 8 media console that comes with a nice user interface, a small price tag, and an excellent feature set that’s unmatched by any other media player out there.
The Fireplace Media console is not the most feature-rich of the bunch, but it is one of the most intuitive and well-made of the ones we’ve tested.
It has three buttons on the top of the controller, one at the top right corner, two at the bottom right corner (depending on which model you purchase), and two more at the sides (the left and right buttons are separate).
You’ll also find a mute button, a volume control, a play/pause button, and a volume dial.
The controls on the controller are fairly straightforward.
They’re a simple triangle-shaped set of four buttons at the front of the console, one of which is the play/play button, which can be used to switch between playback options.
It’s very easy to use, and the buttons work very well, and they have a lot of control over playback options for both the player and the player’s microphone.
In the middle of the front panel, there are four buttons on either side, which you can use to toggle between the volume level, the playback volume, and mute/unmute the player.
On the left and bottom of the screen are the volume control and the mute button.
On top of those buttons is a play and pause button, as well as the mute/play buttons on each side.
The mute/pause buttons can be held down to mute the player for a short period of time, while the mute buttons can also be used as a volume button for playback.
The volume control is located at the very bottom of that screen, and it’s used to control the playback level of your media playback (you can change playback levels by changing the volume of your audio input).
The mute button is at the center of the middle screen.
The controls on this button are fairly basic and don’t look like they’re going to be a big deal, but I found them to be useful when trying to customize the control set.
The two buttons at each side of the player have two options to select between (the right button is used for the playback controls, while a simple volume button is the mute option).
If you want to mute or unmute the audio output, the left button will mute and the right button will unmute.
If you only want to play audio through the device, the right click on the left side of that button will switch between playing audio through your device and your audio output.
You can also choose to mute and unmute your device in a single click (no mute button needed).
On the bottom of this button is a single volume control.
The back of the device has a little square button, where you can change the brightness level of the Fireplace device.
I personally find it easier to control brightness levels with the left click than the right arrow.
On both the front and back of my device, there’s a mute/mute button.
The two buttons on this side are also fairly simple, and only the mute and mute button have a button.
It would have been nice to have a mute option on the side, but the mute controls on these buttons are fairly good, and you’ll find them pretty easy to access.
At the bottom, you’ll see the microphone and speaker connections, which are pretty standard on most media players out there today.
The microphone is placed on the right side of your device, while on the bottom you’ll notice the speaker.
These two connections are also on the front, but they’re hidden from view by a thin plastic strip that sits between the two buttons.
The buttons are also located on the back of each player, which means that they can be pushed or pushed against the device to change their position.
If the buttons are pushed against your device’s sides, they will rotate 180 degrees, and if the buttons aren’t pushed against it, they’ll rotate 90 degrees.
You’ll see how the player works with a little bit of experimentation below.
The power button and volume buttons are located on each of the sides of the media player, so you can easily access them while it’s in use.
There’s a dedicated mute/stop button located at both the bottom and the top, as you can see in the image above.
The speaker button is located on either the left or right side, depending on which side you have the microphone plugged into.
I found that the speaker button worked pretty well when I was playing media from my PC, while when playing media through the Firestarters, I found the mute mute button to be very useful.
In addition to the microphone/speaker connections, the Firesticks also come with a small LED indicator that’s