Mach1 Digital Community

Geri Git   Mach1 Digital Community > Linux Tabanlı Uydu Alıcıları > Vu+ > Vu+ Solo SE
 

Forum içerisinde "Digiturk, D-Smart" gibi Yerli Platformları kapsayan, bunlarla ilgili "Kart paylaşım (Card Sharing), Iptv adresi , Key, Şifre, Dosya" içerikli her türlü açık alanda yazışma yasaktır ! Tespiti durumunda ilgili kişiler forumdan süresiz uzaklaştırılacaktır ve talep durumunda resmi mercilere bilgileri verilebilecektir lütfen bu konularda kurallara uyalım.
** SERVER ÜYELİK SÜRELERİ BİTENLER KAPATILDI YENİLEMEK İÇİN ÖZEL MESAJ ATIN** Cccam Özel Pay Server Hakkında Üyelik ve bilgi almak için buraya tıklayarak özel mesaj atabilirsiniz...Üyeliklerini yenileyen ve yeni üyelere artık 2-3 farklı CCcam server verilmektedir..
** IPTV+ CCcam Server Hakkında Üyelik ve bilgi almak için** buraya tıklayarak özel mesaj atabilirsiniz...
 
 
160929_wetekplay2_knowmore.gif

   

   

Eski 31-07-2014, 09:01   #1
mach1
Forum Leader
 
mach1 kullanıcısının avatarı
 
Konum: İstanbul Avrupa
Mesaj: 50,185
Üye No: 1
Giriş: 31-10-2005

Uydu Alıcısı: Machina 3D Vu+ Duo2 WeTek-Play Gigablue Quad Plus/X1

Kart Paylaşımı: CCcam-Newcamd
Thanks: 1,303
Thanked 7,404 Times in 5,126 Posts
Exclamation Vu+ SoloSE Review by Black Hole Team


“Stylishly Exceptional”

Ever since Vu+ Announced the SoloSE at the Anga Cable and Satellite fair earlier this year, there has been a lot of questions about this receiver.

Well now it’s here.

So is it any good or just another budget receiver? Let’s take a look.

Features:

The SoloSE has a great set of features for such a small and compact receiver, and at the moment it is the fastest and most powerful budget box available.

Hardware: ​








Powerful Dual Core 1.3Ghz cpu
1x Pluggable Tuner (DVB-S2, DVB-C / T, DVB-C/T/T2)
256MB Nand Flash / 1GB DRAM
Dolby Digital Plus & DTS Supported
1 x Smartcard-Reader (Xcrypt)
1x Common Interface Slot
2 x USB 2.0 Ports
10/100 Mbit Ethernet Port
S/PDIF audio output optical (digital)
1 x HDMI 1.4 video / audio output (digital)
Full HD 1080p Output
1 x RCA video output (analog)
2 x Audio output (L/R) RCA (analog)
1 x eSata connection
HD PIP (Picture in Picture)
Blindscan
DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2, USALS
External 12V power supply
Power Switch
Fanless Silent Operation

Software:​








Linux Operating System
Media Player
Downloadable Plug-Ins supported
HbbTv
Transcoding
EPG supported
Unlimited channel lists for TV / Radio
Automatic & Manual Service Scan Supported
Multiple LNB control (DiSEqC) supported
OSD in many languages
Skin change supported


As you can see, it’s certainly not lacking in features for a low cost STB.

Inside the box:

I am testing a pre-production model here, therefore the box that mine arrived in my well be different from the final retail models. Mine arrived in a cardboard box, with a sleeve around it, on the front is the picture as show at the top of this review and on the rear, it simply lists the connections on the rear panel, and the features of the SoloSE as shown below.

On opening the box up, you find the following inside:​









Vu+ SoloSE Satellite Receiver
Quick Start instruction manual
Remote Control (the same popular Universal type that is supplied with or models in the Vu+ range and will come in either Black or White, depending which colour SoloSE you choose)
2x AAA Battery’s
Hdmi 1.4 cable
RF Loopthrough cable
Power Supply unit
Mains Power cable




Appearance:

The SoloSE is just a small plastic box. The front panel is basic with only 1 touch button and the IR sensor to see. It would not look out of place in a bedroom, spare room or if you don’t need a big flashy all singing all dancing box for the living room then it would be ideal as you can choose from either Black or White you can decide which would match your furniture the best. For me it’s Black all the way, however my wife say’s the White is very nice. If you can’t decide you could easily hide this away behind the TV if you wanted as the dimensions are (W x D x H): 211 mm x 185 mm x 40 mm (not sure why you would want to though) and thanks to the IR Sensor port it makes this even easier.


The plastic case (well more of a top cover) is a bit of a change from the normal metal cases that Vu+ produce, however it seems to be a good quality plastic that they have used, and as the SoloSE uses an external 12v power supply unit, there is no need for it to be made of metal as it doesn’t get hot (warm but not hot).


At the rear we find the connections available on the SoloSE:


1x Plug & Play Tuner (DVB-S2, DVB-C / T, DVB-C/T/T2)
2 x Usb 2.0 ports
10/100 Mbit Ethernet port
S/PDIF audio output optical (digital)
1 x HDMI 1.4 video / audio output (digital)
1 x RCA video output (analog)
2 x Audio output (L / R) RCA (analog)
1x eSata Connector
1x IR Sensor / RS232 port
External 12V power supply connector
power switch


Now lets look inside the SoloSE,, at the rear right, is the single pluggable tuner, (the dvb-S/S2 tuner that was supplied with my SoloSE, is a brand new tuner, not seen in any previous Vu+ Models, however the older Single Tuners do also work in the SoloSE) , in the centre, is the Broadcom bcm 7429 1.3 GHz dual core cpu, protected with new design passive heatsink not seen before in any of the previous Vu+ models, then to the left the block that houses the card readers and CI slot. There is no room for an internal hdd in the SoloSE and therefore you will not find any Sata or power connectors inside.

Getting started:

I connected my SoloSE up to my motorised dish. I also connected up the HDMI cable to my TV, connected an Ethernet cable from my router (there are many Usb Wi-Fi dongles that will work just fine with the SoloSE if you would rather use Wi-Fi), and then I connected the power lead.

With all the connections done, I flicked the switch on the rear and powered on the box for the first time.


First Power up and Flashing:

Before I did anything else, I let the receiver boot up, to make sure it was all working ok. Once booted and I was happy, I then proceeded to shut the SoloSE down, pulled out my favourite Usb stick, and loaded on the Black Hole 2.1.1 image for the Vu+ SoloSE J

If this is your first Vu+ receiver, you will be pleased to know, that installing an image onto any of the Vu+ receivers is a very simple process. Simply grab a Usb stick, format it in fat32 with your pc, download the BlackHole image from www.vuplus-commuinity.net (other images are available from different teams) and extract the zip file contents to the root of your newly formatted Usb stick. Once this is done, plug the Usb stick into 1 of the rear Usb ports and then power the box on.

The SoloSE will do the rest and once flashing is complete it will flash the power button on and off, to let you know that it has completed. So you simply power the box off again, and remove the Usb stick, and then power the SoloSE back on again.

It’s a very quick and simple process and typically around 1 minute to reflash.

On first boot after flashing, you will be greeted with the setup wizard, just follow the simple onscreen instructions to setup your new SoloSE.


Once enabled, you can use the Transcoding function, grab your smartphone, tablet or pc, in the web browser enter the ip address of your SoloSE, once logged in you will be able to access your channel list. Find the channel you want, and at the end of the column will be 2 monitor icons. Simply click the 2nd (outside of the 2) icon, and transcoding will start (at time of writing this review, a driver update from Vu+ is required for this feature to work).

Conclusion:

I do feel that Vu+ have missed a trick with the pluggable tuner, they already produce a Twin dvb-S/S2 tuner, however this tuner will not fit in the SoloSE which is a bit of a shame, as with a twin tuner this receiver would be truly blow all the budget receivers out of the water.

I would also have liked to see a Gigabit Ethernet port instead of the standard 10/100 Mb’s port.

However when all is said and done, not everyone wants or needs twin tuners and the lack of a Gigabit Ethernet port is not the end of the world.

Over all I have to say there is nothing on the market that is as powerful, fast, or feature packed for the price as the SoloSE. It really is great value for money if performance, features and reliability are what you are after. It really is “The High Performance HD Zapper” that it is claimed to be, channel zapping is fast, smooth and seamless.



Review written by Ev0, BlackHole Team.​
________________________________________________________________________________
Sorularınızı forumda ilgili cihaz ve hangi konuda ise o bölümlerde yazıp sorun arkadaşlar özel mesajlarda teknik konular sorular sormayın lütfen açık alanda sorunki herkes yanıtlayabilsin daha çok paylaşım olsun başkalarıda aynı soruyu soracak faydalanabilsin..

WeTekPlay2 -Next Machina 3D 2000 HD Minix Vu+ Ultimo- WeTekPlay -WeTekCore4K Gigablue X1- Gigablue Quad Plus ....

CCcam Serverda 39 ile 30 batı arasındaki birçok uyduda 39d-28d-23.5d-19d-16d-13d-5d-1b-30b vs yabancı paket kanalları bulunmaktadır....

CCcam pay servera Üye olmak için sadece bana özel mesaj atıp bilgileri öğrenebilirsiniz

http://www.mach1digital.com/mach1for...p?do=newpm&u=1


Test server verilmiyor sadece üye olanlar cccam serverı izler..

IPTV server desteği için forumda iptv bölümüne bakın bana pm atmayın

http://www.mach1digital.com/mach1for...ewpost&t=71472


Herkes yoluna cebine bakar konuşur bir halt yapmaz , biz yaparız...

WeTek Depo
http://wetektr.com/WeTek/index.php
WeTek E2 Depo
http://wetektr.com/WeTek/index.php?d=Enigma2
mach1 is offline   Alıntı Yaparak Cevapla
Yanıtla

Konu Araçları
Görünüm Modları

Forumdaki Yetkileriniz
Konu açma yetkiniz yok
Konularda cevap yazma yetkiniz yok
Eklenti yükleme yetkiniz yok
Kendi mesajlarınızı düzenleme yetkiniz yok

BB code is Açık
SimgelerAçık
[IMG] kodu Açık
HTML kodu Kapalı

Hızlı Geçiş



Saat 03:20.


Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.1
Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.