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Title: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 29, 2018, 12:54:25 PM
The Edision OS MIO 4K receiver is a Linux based, enigma2 receiver that currently has a 4.19.4 kernel. This kernel is a new release and will ensure that updates are available for this receiver for Years to come. The Edision OS MIO 4K is the first enigma2 receiver to be sold by Titanium Satellite.

Different images or software versions can be used in the MIO receiver. These images or software versions allow the receiver to be customized by the user. MultiBoot is a feature that allows an easy transition between different image types, and is a feature that is under construction in the MIO receiver.

Having kernel 4.19.4 installed in the MIO is great and ensures that the receiver can operate at its full potential for years. But it also means that some new code and patches will have to be written for this kernel in order for everything to work correctly in the MIO receiver. This will take some time.

OPenATV and other groups will make images (software,firmware) for the Edision MIO. This receiver will be well supported in the enigma2 community and has a high rating as a blindscan feed hunter here in the United States and also in other parts of the world. OpenATV in its current state is a poor choice for blindscan. OpenATV  has slow scan times when compared to other images, and will automatically delete transponders that are closer than 4MHz in spacing during a scan. OpenATV does have the most bells and whistles though, so there are advantages in using this image for some users.

I find the OS MIO to have an exceptional blindscan capability when paired with an image that favors blindscan. My choice of image is the SatDreamGr image which I immediately installed in the receiver. This image finds and scans transponders that are 2 MHz in spacing. My completed blindscan + channel scan times are mostly in the 2 to 3 minute range when using the SatDreamGr image. None of the satellites that I have blindscanned takes longer than 6 minutes to complete except the c band satellite at 105 West. SatDreamGr is probably the best choice for blindscan right now, but OpenPLi and OpenVix usually perform the same or similar.

The setup and operation of the MIO is easy for me, but this is based on some seven years of fooling with the enigma2 operating system. Shipping the receiver with OpenATV image will be very complicated for a person that is new to the enigma2 operating system. OpenATV is a German based image which has satellite channels and folders for satellite channels installed. This is a mess for us because these satellites cannot be seen or used in our part of the world. The best way to delete these satellite channels and folders is by using a telnet command.

To further complicate things, the blindscan plugin in OpenATV is currently configured wrong which will cause many transponders to be missed unless the configurations are changed. Many modifications to the blindscan plugin have been made in the past several months and are being misunderstood by many users. These modifications are ongoing, with provisions for most lnb types being added. It looks like a chart or .pdf file is needed so the changes and settings for the blindscan plugin may be understood. Messages or comments about what the blindscan features do are usually available when a feature is highlighted, but these messages may not be seen in OpenATV with the stock skin.

Overall, the Edision OS Mio 4K is a great receiver. Picture quality is good on all channels that I have tried so far with no breakups or stutters. 16 and 32 APSK transponders are easily found during blindscan. Media options in this receiver are almost unlimited. Many media plugins are available, but it would be nicer if some media plugins were written for the North American area. It is good to see a receiver with these capabilities being sold in the United States!


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: norman881 on December 29, 2018, 01:01:32 PM
Thank you very much for the update!


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 29, 2018, 05:10:47 PM
My pleasure Norman. I think the MIO is a great receiver.

For the blindscan settings, there are several configurations that can work, but some will produce more channels than others. The original blindscan plugin was written several years ago and used only universal lnb. So c band and other lnb types that have a single l.o. are add-ons. This is one way to think about it.

Blindscan Filters were needed originally to keep from making many duplicates or  to keep from outputting trash frequencies. The satellites. xml file that contains the satellite transponders was used as a comparison for what was returned in blindscan. It was assumed that the satellites.xml information is correct, so it overrides what is found in blindscan. This comparison is called Sync With Known Transponders.

Known Transponders are the transponders that are in the satellites.xml file for a given orbit location.

A duplicate transponder check is included in the blindscan plugin and is also included in the Service Scan code. Currently the Service Scan rule is set so no two transponders may be closer than 2 MHz apart in some images. Other images are set to 4MHz apart which was the old rule or setting.

The blindscan settings are seen in the attached screencap are the stock settings found on the current ATV image. These settings will miss a few to many transponders, depending on what is being scanned. The way it is set, the satellites.xml will be searched 3 degrees in each direction of the target, and any transponder that is found in blindscan will be deleted if it is also found in the satellites.xml. Not good!

 


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 29, 2018, 05:16:21 PM
The attached screecap shows the blindscan menu set for maximum return for scanning transponders with a symbol rate of 2000 and up.
The sync with known transponders and remove duplicate transponder filters are disabled. These filters are not needed on the MIO receiver unless there is an issue with the antenna system or an issue with the receiver settings.

A calculation is made by the blindscan plugin that sets the start and stop frequencies. These should not need to be changed when using the MIO because it will take more time to chamge them than is saved in the blindscan time most of the time.



Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 29, 2018, 05:31:18 PM
There are some known issues with the MIO blindscan that may or may not be fixed.
They are:

(1) Blindscan may hang when a start symbol rate of 1 (1000SR) is selected.
This hang does not happen often, but can be annoying. Use a start symbol rate of 2 if blindscan hangs.

(2) Blindscan may return an incomplete scan.
This also does not happen often. Rebooting the MIO and re-scanning should solve this issue.

(3) Blindscan may miss some transponders.
This problem probably exists in every fta receiver or fta card that has blindscan. There is not much that can be done about this except to report it and hope adjustments are made. I can easily say that the MIO finds more transponders than it misses! (It is assumed that an image with a good blindscan is being used.)

The 3 issues mentioned above do not happen often on my antenna system. They have been reported to the manufacturer, so we can only hope that adjustments will be made. I still say that the MIO is an exceptional blindscan receiver - even with these issues.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: hoytclagwell on December 29, 2018, 07:58:48 PM
Nothing but bad luck with mine. Stuck in endless boot. Once a screen came up with a remote on the right side with a yellow arrow on it but everything was in Germany. The TV goes into an unsupported format while the box displays boot counts to 100 then back to boot. Any ideas?


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 29, 2018, 08:23:05 PM
How Exactly did it get stuck in endless boot?

Have you tried installing a different image?

Should be able to fix it.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: hoytclagwell on December 29, 2018, 11:34:41 PM
Well it's a story for sure. I've been in contact with Brian and have one problem fixed. I plugged it in after hooking it to the TV and it did it on it's own. I did not load anything or try anything it would say boot on the display and begin counting stop and go back to boot. It did this many times and finally made it to 100 and picture of a remote on the right with a yellow arrow and some German language came up. As soon as I tried to do something with the remote it boots again. Finally the same remote screen came up and stayed for a while but no response from the remote. Found out the remote wasn't working by shining it into a cellphone camera per Brian. I took the remote to my work bench knocked it a part and found the IR LED had one lead broken off the circuit trace. The copper traces on the remote peel off easily and after some soldering work I had a working remote. Meanwhile back in the house the receiver was back to booting and finally shut down permanently. I found the receiver hot to the touch, the front display was out, no picture on the TV, but the remote IR sensor and e-net lights were on. I didn't have a LNB hooked to it I was using a TV just to set it up then after the wife finished watching ::angry TV I was going to install and scan the sats. Letting it cool down and still the same no front display, but the sensor and the e-net lights, no TV. Going to send it back.  ::angry


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: hoytclagwell on December 29, 2018, 11:37:44 PM
Remote picture.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 30, 2018, 12:41:39 AM
Thanks for the information!

For a recovery, it would be possible to use multiboot. To see the recovery or multiboot menu, Press the menu button on the remote a few times right when the receiver starts to boot, and right when the receiver is displaying Boot. A screencap of this menu is attached.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 30, 2018, 01:15:49 AM
Setting the blindscan stop symbol rate to 60 (60,000) helps.
A transponder with a symbol rate of 49 (49000) was found earlier in a blindscan.
Most fta receivers stop at 45 (45000).




Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 30, 2018, 11:39:04 AM
Here is a note about usb tuners in the MIO:
The MIO has a recent kernel of 4.19.4.
Most usb tuners will not work with kernel 4.19.4 until patches or software upgrades are made for these products. Currently TBS 5925 and Sundtek ATSC does not currently work in the MIO. Updates will have to be made for these and some other usb devices before they will work with this kernel.
The MIO has slots for 12 usb tuners. I expect we will get updates for these and other usb devices, or else it would be useless to have this many usb tuner slots.
Hauppauge ATSC 850 and 955 work in the MIO. The Hauppauge 950 is also supported, but I do not have one of those to test.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Titanium on December 30, 2018, 02:40:48 PM
Thank you elbandido for your review and sharing your wealth of Enigma2 knowledge. I have a lot to learn and appreciate your insight and suggestions. Would it be possible for you to call me at the office during the week? I would be grateful for any advice on the image that should be provided and any suggestions for skins to simplify the set-up process for first-time Enigma2 users.

I have been in contact with hoytclagwell regarding the boot issues on his new receiver. If the recovery process does not address the reboot problem, i will priority ship a replacement on Monday.

Have a great weekend!


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 30, 2018, 03:53:39 PM
It is good to see a product like this being sold in North America. We will see what can be done to make things simple and easy for a person that has no enigma2 experience. For example, you can have a "Starter Image" or "Beginner's image" where the menus are stripped, and the blindscan plugin has less features.

For a recovery, I would suggest changing the noforce file to force.
Install or transfer the image files to usb stick.
Go into the osmio4k folder that is loaded on the usb and change the filename noforce to force. Doing this will cause the files to automatically load when the receiver boots.
Unplug the receiver, insert the usb stick with the force file into usb that is next to the receiver's power jack, then apply power to the box. Doing this will force the image to load. Remove the usb stick containing the force file when finished or the same thing will happen when the box boots.

To go further with the recovery, and if the boot succeeds, but no picture, then connect the MIO to a network and see if the web interface works by typing the box ip into a browser.

It is a given that these receivers will take some time to learn. But these boxes have a lot to offer once they are set up and running.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Hyper on December 30, 2018, 07:47:44 PM
Just an FYI guys, i will be adding a Forum Board section for support for Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receivers

My friend Brian at Titanium Satellite is selling these, so we will help support it here at LFTA.

Plus, we have an experienced user in elbandido who is already helping.



 ::agree



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Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Titanium on December 30, 2018, 10:12:03 PM
Thanks elbandido for sharing the USB recovery info. Wow! Neat feature. You are a rock star! Look forward to working with you and other E2 contributors to not only address the unique North American FTA and OTA features and functions, but to also increase awareness for an already outstanding open source operating experience!

Thank you Casey for supporting the OS mio 4K on the forum and for providing a welcoming enviroment. I really feel that satellite set top hardware and the Enigma2 OS have reached a maturity that will significantly impact the North American FTA hobbyists experience in a very positive way. I am amazed at the Enigma2 experience and performance compared to even just a year ago! The great thing about the development and input that hobbyists like Elbandido and many others are putting into the Enigma2 operating system is that the resulting open source images benefit many products and not just supporting a single product, brand or reseller.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 31, 2018, 12:45:13 AM
Did the recovery work?
It looks like multiboot will be the best way to go.
Multiboot allows up to 4 images to be installed in the receiver. Changing between the different images is easy, and all information that a particular image has is stored. So it is sort like having several receivers in one.

Slot 1 of multiboot is the default slot. This is the slot that will be written to if an image is installed the conventional way, (unzip image, put unzipped image folder on usb stick...etc). So if Titanium puts a recovery image or a starter/beginner's image in any slot besides 1, it will not be overwritten unless it is done knowingly.

Now I have the three images that work best for me loaded into the receiver, with slot 4 empty.  Attached screencap shows this.


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 31, 2018, 12:05:59 PM
Images to install in multiboot or in the other slots can be installed from a list that is supplied by the particular image you are using, or it can be supplied through the usb stick or hdd.
For OpenPLi based images which includes SatDreamGr, make a folder named "downloaded_images". Place the zipped multiboot image(s) to be installed into this folder, then insert the usb stick into the receiver.

A video is in the link that shows a multiboot flash.


Code:
https://mega.nz/#!u882jCjT!Zh6f3xYa0LqsCQqu-7YVao656kvnnFBVACQ5k-QVRb8


Title: Re: Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on December 31, 2018, 03:48:47 PM
The blindscan plugin has been modified to accept a c band lnb that scans higher than 4200 MHz. This addition makes a Band Stacked lnb possible for c band, but I doubt it is worth the trouble to add since no one seems to use it.
Extended c band is in use, so it is good to see this feature added.

Please note in the attached screencap that there is a description available for the highlighted feature.

Credits to Huevos for these additions to blindscan!


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on January 06, 2019, 01:46:11 PM
A Full Version of Kodi, formerly known as XBMC, may be downloaded and installed by pressing a few remote buttons. Kodi plays services from the internet, so a decent internet connection is required to use this feature.

Kodi is available in OpenATV, OpenVix, and most other Oe Alliance based images. Kodi is not normally available on OpenPLi or OpenPLi based images.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on January 21, 2019, 01:59:20 PM
The MIO and most other enigma2 receivers are pretty much unlimited on the amount of channels that can be found in a transponder scan. Some transponders on the 105W c band satellite can have anywhere from 100 to over 1,000 radio services listed for a single transponder. The MIO can find these services and seems to play all that are available.

A blindscan of 105W c band may take a couple of hours during a Free Search because the receiver has to check around 3,000 entries and try to determine if a single entry is encrypted or not.
A blindscan of 105W c band with Free not selected will complete in around 6 minutes and return around 3,000 entries.

Many different skins can be used in the MIO which allows the user to customize or select how things are displayed. Some skins have more features than others. The attached screecaps show the results of a blindscan of 105W c band with All channels selected for the search. Some Galmour skin features such as weather and bit rate are also shown.

Video Link:
Code:
MIO_105W_C_Blindscan_ALL_20190118_2331.mp4  (225.2 MB)
https://mega.nz/#!vllGgQjL!90KOcoE2gLp2jq5lRxfC8glbfuib0JVvzB3tgLY8ht8


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on January 26, 2019, 12:44:30 AM
Picture in Picture or PIP works well.
There are several menu options to adjust this feature. PIP works on two channels using the same transponder, or any two channels on different tuners. There are many different ways to customize this feature, including size of PIP, and placement of PIP.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: MikeBear on February 11, 2019, 02:51:45 PM
  I ordered one of these Edision OS Mio 4k receivers from Titanium store, Saturday night 2/3 using PayPal credit. It was delivered FREE priority mail at my house on Thursday 2/7. I couldn't start setting it up until Saturday 2/9, and had a few issues due to my being completely unfamiliar with Enigma2 receivers. I have never used any receivers except old-school hardcoded types, and have allowed myself to get stagnated in much older technology.

El Bandido at LegitFTA helped me out with the few birthing pains I had, and his help was MOST appreciated, and he was MOST patient with me when I had some brain lock-ups, lol. I didn't even scratch the surface as of yet with everything this receiver appears capable of doing. However my brain has settled/absorbed quite a bit, and I think I'm now likely to not need nearly as much help finishing up this week. I am now running a multi-boot image, with the generic SatDreamGR image from their forum in slot1, and the 'North American Project' V6 of SatDreamGR in slot2.

I can even pick up the FTA Nasa 4k stuff on 101w, and it'll downrez it to my tv's 1080p, as I don't have a 4k tv just yet. Also no issues with HEVC stuff.

I can HIGHLY recommend this receiver to anybody! This appears to be the ONE I've been waiting for, and I think it'll be future-proof for a LONG time to come.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Hyper on February 11, 2019, 07:40:46 PM
Thank you for letting us know your thought on your new box (so far) MikeBear. I am looking forward to hearing more as you get more into it in the days to come. I am not surprised to hear that El Bandido helped you out with the set-up and to get you going. He is always ready to help it seems, and we should all try to learn from his example, to help each other out. Enjoy your new box!

 ::TVgood113


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Jimlw1 on February 11, 2019, 10:55:46 PM
Back in the old days, some receivers could display up to 16 pips (same satellite) and could click on any to bring to full screen.

jimlw1


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Titanium on February 12, 2019, 12:02:05 AM
I recall that was 15 still images and one live that represented the programming available at the time the sample was captured. In the stunning 480i resolution, you could almost tell if the 1/16th image it was Basil Basset Bingo, Dr. Scott or the Playboy channel!  ::rolleyes

Yep, the good ole days.... LOL!!!


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on February 12, 2019, 01:47:51 PM
PIP for the MIO is live programming, and requires either two tuners, or two channels on the same transponder to be used. It seems PIP can only be used up to 1080p for the small or auxiliary window, but looks like the main window can output UHD or what is called 4K resolutions. Windows in the PIP may be split screened, or adjusted to a size decided by the operator. Placement of the PIP on the main screen or window can also be decided by the operator.

TBS5925 tuner support has been added. In the past, I have had limited success using blindscan on theTBS5925 in any enigma2 receiver. So pretty much, all TBS5925 can be used for is an extra tuner with limited capabilities. Extra tuners are great for recording. Multiple channels may be recorded at the same time, provided they are on the same transponder, or extra tuners are available.

I usually run a few extra tuners on the MIO as can be seen in the attached picture.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: MikeBear on February 12, 2019, 01:57:05 PM
 I tried to find one of those usb satellite tuners, only to find out they cost more than the Mio itself.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on February 12, 2019, 07:45:18 PM
I think I have had my TBS5925 for about 8 years, and have been able to use it on different enigma2 receivers for several years. The thing cost me a lot of money for a single tuner, but I have also gotten a lot of use from it. The TBS5925 is dated now, so I would like to find a decent replacement.

The nice thing about usb tuners is they may be ran on different FTA receivers or other computers. The drawback to usb tuners in enigma2 receivers is they do not perform as well as internal tuners. As an example, the blindscan in TBS5925 not working correctly as compared to a TBS5925 connected to a Windows computer.

Another thing to remember is usb tuners do not work on all enigma2 receivers. The Edision MIO has good support from competent people.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on March 16, 2019, 10:24:53 PM
32 APSK Confirmed!
I found a nice 15 channel race feed using the MIO 4K.
The blindscan on this receiver is far from perfect, but I think it does an outstanding job. See attached Scan log file.

Work on improving this receiver continues...


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on April 10, 2019, 01:50:51 PM
A two tuner or dual DVB-S2X version of this receiver should be available soon. (OS MIO4k+)


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on April 13, 2019, 11:55:55 PM
There has been some interest and questions about scan reports.
We took a stock, SatDreamGr image and customized it specifically for North America. One feature that was added is scan reports. A scan report is made after every scan is completed. These reports are stored in the temporary folder of the receiver (/tmp), or will be stored on usb drive if a folder is made for them. Scan reports for my receiver are stored on a network computer and are not deleted. This feature is available only in TNAP image. It is my custom design, and I hope to expand on it in the future. Scan reports are a work-in-progress. A few examples of ku blindscan reports are attached.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on April 20, 2019, 03:52:10 PM
Blindscanning and reception of transponders using T2mi (T2-MI) streams is being tested. The channels that are on these types of transponders have an excellent picture.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on May 25, 2019, 03:31:00 PM
32APSK with a symbol rate above 45000 also confirmed working. A basketball game for the WNBA is starting now. This 32APSK mux looks great! A short video is in the link.

Code:
https://mega.nz/#!yocSyI5b!DEKQQJz_aSOhnG7fTXlX_n84MaYnSKWGJPG3gV8WCSE


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: Hyper on May 25, 2019, 06:53:30 PM
There has been some interest and questions about scan reports.
We took a stock, SatDreamGr image and customized it specifically for North America. One feature that was added is scan reports. A scan report is made after every scan is completed. These reports are stored in the temporary folder of the receiver (/tmp), or will be stored on usb drive if a folder is made for them. Scan reports for my receiver are stored on a network computer and are not deleted. This feature is available only in TNAP image. It is my custom design, and I hope to expand on it in the future. Scan reports are a work-in-progress. A few examples of ku blindscan reports are attached.

This is really cool. Scan reports are good to have and save for your own reference, or to share with others. I think i have to get me one of these Edision OS MIO 4K's. Thanks for the work you (and others) are doing to develop the TNAP image. This is good for the hobby for sure, and Im thinking Enigma 2 is the future of this hobby.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: norman881 on June 30, 2019, 11:00:28 AM
32APSK with a symbol rate above 45000 also confirmed working. A basketball game for the WNBA is starting now. This 32APSK mux looks great! A short video is in the link.

Code:
https://mega.nz/#!yocSyI5b!DEKQQJz_aSOhnG7fTXlX_n84MaYnSKWGJPG3gV8WCSE

Greetings

I just got my Edision OS MIO 4K with the SatDreamGR image. Is there a tutorial that gives the order of what I need to install/activate and in what order?

Thanks
Norman


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on June 30, 2019, 06:50:49 PM
There is no need to activate anything.  Go to the Tuner setup menu and enter the lnb, switch , and motor information for your antenna system. Then blindscan for channels and watch tv. It would be a good idea to start a seperate thread if you need step by step information on how to do this.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: norman881 on July 01, 2019, 10:54:30 AM
There is no need to activate anything.  Go to the Tuner setup menu and enter the lnb, switch , and motor information for your antenna system. Then blindscan for channels and watch tv. It would be a good idea to start a seperate thread if you need step by step information on how to do this.

Thanks elbandido!  I will start a separate thread since I have 2 more questions.


Title: Re: New Product Review - Edision OS MIO 4K Enigma2 Receiver
Post by: elbandido on September 22, 2019, 06:06:32 PM
32 APSK basketball again.
Now is the time to check your dish system and see if you can get this feed.  It should be up for a while.

The MIO4K has been a good performer, but I would like to have more internal DVB-S2 tuners. A MIO4k+ model has been released that has two DVB-S2 internal tuners, and will be sold in North America. There should be more information on how well this receiver works soon.



< 'DVB-S2 32APSK 3731V / 45497 / 3/4' > Tp# 1
< (1)GAME   1:0:1:1:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (2)TIGHT   1:0:1:2:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (3)LEFT HANDHELD   1:0:1:3:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (4)RIGHT HANDHELD   1:0:1:4:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (5)SLASH   1:0:1:5:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (6)CENTER HANDHELD   1:0:1:6:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (7)SHOT/GAME CLOCK   1:0:1:7:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (8)SCOREBOARD   1:0:1:8:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (9)MARSHALL LEFT   1:0:1:9:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >
< (10)MARSHALL RIGHT   1:0:1:A:2:1:A958E93:0:0:0: >

Excellent picture for these feeds!
(Scan Report Attached)