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VU+ Zero IPTV !!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware: All Vu+ models' started by a911, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. a911

    a911 The BH Lover

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    vu-zero-iptv-linux-full-hd-sat-receiver-black.jpg

    Is this a VU Plus receiver,,,,?

    VU+ Zero IPTV Linux Full HD Sat Receiver Black.
    It is only 80 Euro.


    Any One knows.
     
  2. Thomas67

    Thomas67 Vip

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    Where did you find the ad? 80 Euro sounds like the price of a Clone
     
  3. Alexwilmac

    Alexwilmac Vip

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    It's a zero, not a Zero4K. 80€ is even too much...
     
  4. Gold_66

    Gold_66 Vu+ User

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    Correct, but still it's either second hand or a clone.
    Because brand new Zero price is indicated as 94,00 € at the following link, which seems to be one of the online Vu+ shops with best prices.
    But who would pay that amount for this, when there's Vu+ Zero 4K for 149,00 € is beyond me. ;)

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    https://www.hm-sat-shop.de/en/hdtv-receiver-sat/vu-/2382/vu-zero-1x-dvb-s2-linux-receiver-full-hd-1080p-black
     
  5. p.rodrigues

    p.rodrigues Vu+ Newbie

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    New, without postage, in Portugal € 89 ....

    From 5 € 85 units.

    Maybe you are already new, for the price placed in #1.

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    https://www.dreamportugal.pt/vu-zero
     
  6. a911

    a911 The BH Lover

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    No it is not a clone, jut basic Vu+ , verified that @Vuplus.com site.
     
  7. Thomas67

    Thomas67 Vip

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    OK but if the ad promote the zero as some kind of IPTV stb its sound a little supect. There are far more better devices if its a IPTV STB you are looking for in that price range
     
  8. Platoon

    Platoon Vu+ Newbie

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    Which? For this price I think it can be great little IPTV runner. It depends of course on the type of streams user is using. If these streams are plain TS streams like in my case (I have ET5000 for IPTV - legal subscription) it works flawlessly.
     

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