Best box for recording multiple channels

tallpaulself

Registered
Hi all.

I've finally admitted that the old h2s is no longer worth the constant hassle it gives with IPTV and am looking for a new box.

Specifically, I need a box that can record while watching another channel as well as give me vod and catch up.

Not fussed about 4k really, or even WiFi connectivity as it sits next to the router so can hardwire.

Really just want something that's got the guts to deal with the recording requirements and doesn't freeze every 5 minutes like the current e2 pain in the ass!

Thanks all....
 
Get VPN

moshibeth

TK Veteran
Hi all.

I've finally admitted that the old h2s is no longer worth the constant hassle it gives with IPTV and am looking for a new box.

Specifically, I need a box that can record while watching another channel as well as give me vod and catch up.

Not fussed about 4k really, or even WiFi connectivity as it sits next to the router so can hardwire.

Really just want something that's got the guts to deal with the recording requirements and doesn't freeze every 5 minutes like the current e2 pain in the ass!

Thanks all....
What is it you want to record, Satellite ?? iptv ?? Lot of factors come into play here for the correct setup. You want what i use :mask: Quad sat tuner, Built in hard drive- LCD screen so can view whats on. I have it rigged up to a motorised dish and handles multi IPTV subs with ease. Xtend ET 8500 which allows changeable tuners.
 

mbath

TK Veteran
Forum Supporter
Hi all.

I've finally admitted that the old h2s is no longer worth the constant hassle it gives with IPTV and am looking for a new box.

Specifically, I need a box that can record while watching another channel as well as give me vod and catch up.

Not fussed about 4k really, or even WiFi connectivity as it sits next to the router so can hardwire.

Really just want something that's got the guts to deal with the recording requirements and doesn't freeze every 5 minutes like the current e2 pain in the ass!

Thanks all....
Before jumping into buying a box why not reflash your device and try a different setup and supplier. Plenty people use the H2S for IPTV without issue.
 

tallpaulself

Registered
What is it you want to record, Satellite ?? iptv ?? Lot of factors come into play here for the correct setup. You want what i use :mask: Quad sat tuner, Built in hard drive- LCD screen so can view whats on. I have it rigged up to a motorised dish and handles multi IPTV subs with ease. Xtend ET 8500 which allows changeable tuners.
Purely IPTV for us. Got a 4 channel sub so am able to do it from that point of view.

That's quite a box you're running there, does it handle multiple channel recording well?
 

geoffsnook

Registered
How reliable is recording on iptv with an enigma 2 box got 2 lines and i thought that it was not very reliable never really tried so just wonder what i need
 
Top