Gigablue VS ZGemma

Tyler Durden

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How do the Gigablue receivers compare to the ZGemma S2?
 

Daniel Fleshbourne

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I have a gigablue quad plus, 4 tuners, fast processor lots of ram, Lcd screen and official vix support. I'm happy untill I need 4k :)

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Agree the the Gigablue range are top spec premium receivers. Zgemma boxes are reasonable budget starter boxes.

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Thanks for your responses. I would like a fast running receiver with twin satellite tuner and space for an internal hard drive. Which model fits the bill?
 

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The quad plus comes with 2 sat tuners built in (with space for 2 more sat or cable tuners) and can fit a 2.5" hdd....

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Thanks. How do these compare to the VU+ Solo2 or Duo2? or other brands? The Giga seems on the cheaper sife for the spec, are the others better?
 

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They are certainly comparable in specs tho the vu seems to be more expensive, which is why I chose gigablue. Also the vu can run blackhole and some people seem to prefer that image, tho I've never used it myself

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I think the solo 2 se is the best value for money tbh.

If money is not a problem then the gigablue quad or duo 2 are better because of the tuner slots. I feel the vu range has slightly better support than the gigablue range.
 
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