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Highlights

4K2K UHD, 1080p & True 3D
2x HD Satellite (DVB-S2) Tuners + optional second tuner (DVB-T2/C)
1.7GHz Dual-Core ARM Broadcom BCM 7252S CPU
4GB Nand Flash, 2GB DDR4 RAM
Linux Open Embedded, H.265
Internal 2.5” SATA3 Hard Disk Drive Support, 2x USB 3.0 Ports
Picture-In-Picture (2 HD PIP)
1x Smart Card Reader & 1x Common Interface
Gigabit Ethernet Port

Features

Fully MPEG-2, MPEG-4 AVC, H.264 & H.265/HEVC Compliant
2x HD Twin Satellite (DVB-S2) Tuners (also available: S2 + Twin C or T2 Lite options)
1.7GHz Dual-Core ARM Broadcom BCM 7252S CPU
12K DMIPS
4GB Nand Flash, 2GB DDR4 RAM
Linux Open Embedded
Output Resolution: 4K2K UHD 2160p HDR, Full HD 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i & True 3D
1x Smart Card Reader
1x Common Interface (CI)
HDMI 2.0
Hardware Transcoder
Picture-In-Picture (2 HD PIP)
Dolby Digital Plus compliant via optical S/PDIF output
Internal 2.5” Hard Disk Drive Support (SATA 3)
2x USB 3.0 Ports
Gigabit Ethernet Port
Universal remote
Record up to 7 channels at the same time (on two different transponders)
Temperature & Speed Controlled Fan
Unlimited Channel Memory
Super sensitive tuner for very weak signals and weak transponders
Less than 1 second channel change
DiSEqC 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 & 1.3 (USALS) compatible
Extended EPG and programme reservation on EPG
Support for multiple audio language broadcasts
Supports PAL/NTSC systems
Parental Control
SCPC & MCPC receivable from C/Ku band satellites LNBs supported: Universal, Single, Single S & C band wideband LNBs
4:3 & 16:9 screen formats
Timer & multi-event timer functions
Automatic FEC and PID detection and manual entry of PID values
Real time clock
Teletext & Subtitle support by OSD and VBI
LNB short circuit protection onboard
1W Standby power consumption option


Price:
£189.99



 
I'm somewhat new to forums and so I do apologise if I'm posting this incorrectly. I have just put the Technomate TM-Twin 4k
into the search box and it bought up the details of the same and I have to presume it's yours. I have just joined the forum and
asked members if they can advise on a receiver to purchase and the Technomate Tm looks like it will meet my requirements.
I would be interested to here your views. Many thanks.
 
I'm somewhat new to forums and so I do apologise if I'm posting this incorrectly. I have just put the Technomate TM-Twin 4k
into the search box and it bought up the details of the same and I have to presume it's yours. I have just joined the forum and
asked members if they can advise on a receiver to purchase and the Technomate Tm looks like it will meet my requirements.
I would be interested to here your views. Many thanks.
Are you Joking the TM is dead buy a Octagon SF8008
 
Hi Ferret thanks for response, have only recently cancelled my sky q and still having the dish decided to delve into the
world of satellite receivers. At the moment I'm still learning the different terms and hoping to seek advice from the more
experienced forum members like yourself. One of the first receivers to catch my eye was the SF8008 but I keep reading
unfavourable reports about Technomate. At the moment I'm looking at reviews on VU+ receivers and would be
grateful if there's any advice you're able to offer on these.
Regards
Gerard
 
If you intend to use the SkyQ dish for alternative receiver you will have to change the Lnb.

Read HERE
 
Hi Ferret thanks for response, have only recently cancelled my sky q and still having the dish decided to delve into the
world of satellite receivers. At the moment I'm still learning the different terms and hoping to seek advice from the more
experienced forum members like yourself. One of the first receivers to catch my eye was the SF8008 but I keep reading
unfavourable reports about Technomate. At the moment I'm looking at reviews on VU+ receivers and would be
grateful if there's any advice you're able to offer on these.
Regards
Gerard
VU are good boxes but they have now stopped producing E2 sat boxes to concentrate on Commercial sat receivers, id also take a look at the Gigablue UE, none of these open UK tv though. The viark and Qivart boxes do though/
 
My Sky Q dish with Wideband LNB has two outputs. I intend to purchase a Gigablue UHD UE using the Unicable 2 single output LNB.
Because I currently have twin co-ax, is there a protector that's available that I can screw to the LNB end of the redundant lead to protect it from the weather.
 
My Sky Q dish with Wideband LNB has two outputs. I intend to purchase a Gigablue UHD UE using the Unicable 2 single output LNB.
Because I currently have twin co-ax, is there a protector that's available that I can screw to the LNB end of the redundant lead to protect it from the weather.
There is

Black PVC Protective Dust Cover / Caps, 6.5x18mm, COAX CONNECTORS | eBay

Personally i would not pay that to do it, id get a shampoo bottle lid fill is with silicone and stick it on a flush cut end.
 
Thanks for that, did think of a plastic bag wrapped around and cable tied but thought I'd check in with you guys.
 
Leave the open end of cable pointing downwards even after you use the cover. Split the cable a bit more, and tie the unused one under the lnb arm.
 
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