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New 4K Sat receiver

Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by CraigMcC11, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. CraigMcC11

    CraigMcC11 Forum Supporter

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    Looking for a new box and think Mut@nt HD51 might be best option.

    Can anyone tell me if this box supports HDR via HDR10 or HLG-HDR?
    Is there a good replacement remote as I've read the Mut@nt remotes are not very good? Are there any that are blutooth as want to feed the box into 2 rooms.
    Are there any USB tuners for this box for DVB-T2?

    Haven’t seen another box that can do 4K and at least two twin dvb-s2x tuners with multistream support unless anyone can recommend one?

    Any word on multistream support for VU+ Duo 4K or Ultimo 4K?

    Already asked in Mut@nt sub forum but no replies so far.
     
  2. Willo3092

    Willo3092 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    The Zgemma H7S is probably the best option.

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  3. CraigMcC11

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    Thanks again for your input Willo, however, I don’t think it has enough LNB inputs for me - I’m wanting to have 2 cables from my fixed dish and 2 from a motorised dish. However at that price, I will keep this in mind as a possibility.
     
  4. Willo3092

    Willo3092 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    The mutant only has 2 tuners. You could get the Gigablue Quad 4k with 4 sat tuners or the Ultimo 4K would allow you to have 4 sat tuners and a twin DVB-T tuner.
     
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  6. Willo3092

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  7. Willo3092

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    I can only see single or twin tuner boxes that support multistream.
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    If you want 4 sat inputs and a DVB-T tuner built in, you will probably need to consider a box with FBC tuners and get unicable LNB's

    You could also use the Xtrend ET8500 (if you can get one) with 4 sat tuners and add a USB DVB-T tuner.
     
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  8. CraigMcC11

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    Many thanks for all the suggestions Willo. You've given me lots to think about. I don't think my ideal receiver exists yet, unless VU+ add support for multi stream to the Ultimo 4k or Duo 4k. Will need to see what I want to compromise on.