HD51 4K Advice on next box

Southy007

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Hi

I’ve had a Zgemma h2.s for 2 years and looking for the next box. Use is FTA channels and IPTV.

Have always had my eye on the hd51, is this still a strong box for the money? Or is the new hd60 better?
 

Willo3092

TK Veteran
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The HD60 only has a single tuner as far as I know.
The HD51 is a fantastic box and is still probably my most reliable and fastest box.
The Zgemma H7 is also worth considering as it (imho) is on a par with the HD51.
 

dave100

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Mutant HD60 4K UHD

Description:
With the [email protected] HD60 you get a very powerful receiver with 15,000 DMIPS, whose features and functions you can customize and extend at any time thanks to free plug-ins, add-ons and skins. The HD60 is capable of receiving your 4K / UHD TV program via satellite. It has a DVB-S2X tuner and uses the proven H.264 or H.265 encoding, not least thanks to the built-in hardware (Quad Core CPU, Mali 450 GPU, 1 GB DDR4 RAM and 8 GB eMMc flash memory) leads to low waiting times and smooth playbacks. For integration into your existing system landscape and for integration into your TV rack, the [email protected] HD60 4K satellite receiver has all common interfaces and connections.

For easy integration and connection to existing devices such. Your home cinema system has the [email protected] HD60 receiver via numerous interfaces. For example, the UHD receiver has a DVB-S2X tuner for receiving your TV program via satellite. It has an S / PDIF interface as well as an AV jack connection. External storage devices such as USB sticks connect the [email protected] HD60 either to the USB 2.0 or the USB 3.0 port on the back. An HDMI 2.0a port as well as a 10/100 Mbit Ethernet LAN connection are also included in the HD60. Sideways are a smart card and an SD card slot and the connection for an external IR receiver, the courage @ nt HD60 also set up and use hidden.

Specifications & Hardware [email protected] HD60:
- ARM Cortex A53 (ARMv7) Quad Core CPU with 15,000 DMIPS and 4x 1.6Ghz
- Hisilicon HI3798MV200 chip
- Mali 450 graphics processor
- 1 GB of DDR4 RAM
- 8 GB eMMC flash memory
- 0.5 watts power consumption in standby
- Dimensions: 190 x 120 x 35 mm
- Weight: 260 g

Features & Functions:
- Multiboot feature with Linux E2 & Android (Android will be available later, currently shipping only with Linux E2)
- Expandable with free plug-ins, add-ons & skins
- 4K resolution @ 60 fps 10-bit decoding
- Transcoding to HEVC H.264 and H.265 standard
- High Dynamic Range (HDR / HDR10)
- Stalker-capable (V2 Ministra)
- IPTV-ready (no transmitter preinstalled)
- Hbb TV Support
- Multistream-capable
- Hardware blindscan function
- DiSEqC 1.0 / 1.1 / 1.2, USALS Support
- OpenGL ES 2.0 / 1.1
- Automatic & manual channel search
- Suitable for niche installation thanks to connection for external IR receiver
- Unlimited channel list for TV & Radio
- EPG support (Electronic Program Guide)
- Picture-in-Picture (PiP) in SD, HD & 4K UHD
- Support of bouquet favorites lists
- Multilingual OSD
- Video standard PAL G / 25 Hz, NTSC
- Aspect ratio: 16: 9 & 4: 3 letterbox

Connections and interfaces:

1x DVB-S2X Tuner Sat In
1x S / PDIF Optical
1x AV jack connection (CVBS / R-L audio)
1x USB 3.0
1x USB 2.0
1x HDMI 2.0a
1x 10 / 100Mbit Ethernet LAN connection
1x connection for external IR receiver
1x smartcard card reader
1x micro SD card reader
1x 12V / 2A DC power connection

Delivery:
1x [email protected] HD60 4K / UHD satellite receiver
1x HDMI cable
1x remote control
2x AAA battery
1x 12V / 2A power supply
1x short instruction
 

Southy007

Registered
Thanks for the replies.

Is Kodi still useable/downloadable on hd51?

And adding a vpn in willow build, is it through openvpn or is there a vpn adder like whoosh?
 

dave100

TK Veteran
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I don't use kodi i also have a vpn router so no need to put a vpn on any of my devices :smiley:
 
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