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2nd zgemma box in house

Discussion in 'Zgemma-Star H.2S' started by alik47, Dec 4, 2016.

  1. alik47

    alik47 Registered

    Hi all, thinking of running a second box for the kids on a separate dish but still using the same internet (BT) feed, whats the opinion of the group do i need a second line or will the 2 boxes run correctly on one line
  2. murdotechmob

    murdotechmob Registered

    Ask your line supplier if your line allows multiple feeds. Quite a few now allow up to 4 boxes on the same Internet to use the one line.

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  3. dangerous

    dangerous TK Veteran

    Best ask your line provider
  4. systemlord

    systemlord TK Veteran

    Ask your line provider what they allow.
  5. BeakyFord

    BeakyFord TK Veteran

    some providers will allow multiroom...others prefer one line per box so speak to your current provider.
    2nd dish? use a multi lnb & run lines from dish to both boxes
  6. alik47

    alik47 Registered

    Yes Ive just heard back from my supplier, it looks like I need a 2nd line, just so my kid can watch pokemon....
  7. murdotechmob

    murdotechmob Registered

    Why not install dream player on an android tablet & then they can watch a different channel to you via the one box?

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  8. alik47

    alik47 Registered

    Not sure if dream player is going to get me where i need to go, at the moment my son downloads on a sly box to watch at his leisure, I dont think I can find a solution to match this, best I can think of is a zgemma with an hdd to record the tv to watch at a later date, dream player will aloow him to watch on the main zgemma but will interfere with our viewing and recording.
  9. paddyh

    paddyh Registered

    go buy another box then! you do know that you can stream the recordings from your zgemmas hdd to the likes of an android box leaving your two tuners free for watching and recording! so just record a load of pokemon on hdd and stream it save yourself a few bucks if money is the issue. no running wires or anything like that.
  10. asmad

    asmad Registered

    Or get an Amazon firestick and load kodi and dream player and he can stream Pokemon all day and night via the internet and watch live tv through the kodi or dream player apps.
  11. siilver

    siilver TK Veteran

    So you want to buy a second box and won't buy a second line?
    you could buy of someone cheaper