Featured VUPLUS News 2 New VU+ Receivers Announced

Discussion in 'VU+ News & General Discussion' started by vusolo2, May 30, 2017.

  1. vusolo2

    vusolo2 Staff Member Super Moderator

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    At the ANGA COM exhibition, which kicked off today in the German city of Cologne, two complete new UHD receivers from Vu + were introduced.

    The first new feature is the Vu + UNO 4K SE, which has a 2.4 "color display, a 2.5" removable disk slot and is packed with an entirely new FBC tuner working on the DVB-S2X standard. Another new feature is the Vu + Zero 4K receiver, which will also be available with the new DVB-S2X or DVB-T2 / C tuner. The prices of both news are not yet known, as is the date of sale. However, it is possible to assume that they will appear in stores traditionally at the end of the year.

    Vu + features new plug-and-play DVB-S2X FBC tuners at the show in addition to the boxes. You will be able to insert them not only in the newcomers but also in the currently sold Vu + ULTIMO 4K and Vu + UNO 4K boxes. Another new feature from Vu + is the USB dongle Bluetooth to ensure collaboration with the new remote control for Bluetooth-free receivers.

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    Basic parameters Vu + UNO 4K SE
    - 1x slot for removable DVB-S2 / S2X or FBC DVB-C or dual DVB-T2
    - Dual Core 1.7 GHz processor
    - flash 4 GB
    - 2 GB DDR4 ram
    - 2.4 "LCD screen / Mini TV
    - socket for 2.5 "HDD / SDD
    - 1x CI slot
    - 1x card reader
    - HDMI in HDMI out
    - 2x USB 3.0
    - support for transcoding
    - HDR10 / HLG support

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    Basic parameters Vu + zero 4K:
    - 1x slot for DVB-S2X or DVB-C / DVB-T2 tuner
    - Dual Core 7000DMIPS processor
    - flash 4 GB
    - 1 GB DDR4 RAM
    - 1x card reader
    - HDMI 2.0
    - HDR10 / HLG support
    -plug and play DVB-S2X FB tuners

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  2. DirtyDonki

    DirtyDonki I am the Nice One Staff Member Admin

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    The new UNO would be in my shopping basket for sure!
     
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  3. vusolo2

    vusolo2 Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Female ultimo 4k plug and play DVB-S2X FB tuners :dancehappy:
     
  4. danny187

    danny187 Super Moderator

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    They look nice actually, the zero looks cool.

    Already have Vu+ Uno4k and a single feed communal dish, so don;'t think I will get another box now unless I can sneak up a dish and point it at 19.2 and have some fun on that.

    That zero is small and compact actually hey.
     
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  5. filya21

    filya21 Member

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    cant see myself upgrade either, as happy with vu+ uno 4k box does all i need can't see no improvements that i will required but might be great box for some off the generation who haven't replaced there box -- but hopefully they spend sometime sorting out drivers before release this time and think more off there customers ;) ... my only issue since i got the uno 4k box
     
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    Change to stay the same :mutley:
     
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  7. Tube10000

    Tube10000 The Mangler Staff Member Admin

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    So i might have to wait a little longer for a new stb.
     
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    Vmax Staff Member Super Moderator

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  9. chistera

    chistera Donating Member

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    attention turner non compatible blinscan turner fbc
     
  10. tigerwoods

    tigerwoods Donating Member

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    is it worth changing box from zero to 4k zero all I need is to get kodi on this box
     
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  11. filya21

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    i upgraded from vu+ box to vu+ 4k i happy with new box nice and fast .... like my earlier post only disappont they rushed box out before sorting driver out but with last 6 month + since got box there been improvement but becareful as there still a few plugin that dont support arm chipset ....
     
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  12. pellonet

    pellonet Donating Member Member

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    I too spoiled myself with an Ultimo 4K, very pleased with the performance & so far as I am concerned, once you have called something 'Ultimo', how do you get better? Fortunately the wizzy new tuners will be compatible with my box & when the arm chipset boxes are fully supported across the industry I can't see myself needing to 'step-up' for a while.........
     
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  13. jenseneverest

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    As soon as i got my uno 4k i realised that it was not "complete", not only did the drivers need a lot of tweaking but it was obvious that space had been left for further hardware additions, it was like i got a test unit on a alpha image.
    That said it still provided the FBC cable tuner i was after, (no one else had one)
    VU are still the market leaders but have looked very amateurish in there recent releases, that with there crap remote controls and high prices always make me look elsewhere first. Thankfully the other stb makers are now catching up.
     
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  14. a5ian300zx

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    Would the Ultima 4k support HDR10 / HLG support?
     
  15. a5ian300zx

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    the answer to my question is it does support hdr hlg (which is the format adopted by broadcasters in the UK)

    hdr10 can be implement via firmware update but I am pretty sure it already supports it as that is more baseline hdr.

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