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RE: What Satellite HD PVR

stevenjonas wrote:

I see that the Vu+ Ultimo can also be configured to take both Satellite DVB-S/S2 & Hybrid DVB-C/T connectors. Is the Ultimo worth buying?

I was never much of a fan of the Ultimo, and its getting on a bit now...

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What about the  icecrypt s3700?

That's a badge engineered box (same as Amiko Alien) that uses STi chipsets, and suffers the same issue as the TM 800 did (because of the non Broadcom/MIPS chip). Enigma 2 has been hacked to run on it and runs like a dog as a result.

It comes with spark installed which is OK apparently, but i have no experience of personally.

 

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RE: What Satellite HD PVR

I think I have found the answer: The newish Gigablue HD Quad Plus. Apart from all the instructions being solely in German & comming with a continental European plug, it satisfies all the other criteria & is significantly cheaper than the Vu+ Duo2. http://www.gigablue.de/portfolio-item/gigablue-hd-quad-plus/.

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I think that I may have the answer: The new GigaBlue HD Quad PLUS. At the moment it seems only to be available in Germany. I have not yet seen any reviews of it though.

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RE: What Satellite HD PVR

At the last moment I have also been recomended the new Golden Interstar XPEED LX3 with 2 x DVB-S/S2 + 1 x DVB-C/T/T2 + 1 x spare tuner slot.

I have never heard of this. Does anyone have any views?

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