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    vu+ solo original or clone ?

    good afternoon to all,

    please, i ask to know how i can find if a vu+ solo is original or clone ?

    i have found trough a local site a used vu+ solo for 55 euros (very good condition) and i am not sure if it is worthing to buy it

    i don't know anything about linux sat receivers

    some friends told me that satellite tv is nearly dead and my best choice is to buy tv box for iptv

    i don't know if i can use the vu+ solo without a satellite dish for iptv only

    many thanks in advance

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    The VU+ Solo is quite an old receiver, now replaced by the VU+ Solo SE v2, and the newest model the VU+ 4K.
    Code:
    http://vuplus.com/sub/main.php
    If you have no intention of using your satellite dish then perhaps you should go for a dedicated IPTV box.
    Satellite television is far from dead, and a decent sized, motorized, dish, can still provide a lot of channels.
    I have a VU+ Duo 2 receiver, with a motorized dish, and plenty of viewing options.

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    Have a look at this thread. It's about the solo2 but may give you some help.

    http://alsatforum.com/showthread.php...olo2-clone-box
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    good afternoon to all

    many thanks for the replies

    i am really glad to know that satellite tv is not dead

    i have stopped watching satellite tv for almost two years now after my dish was broken by heavy winds

    i have to buy also a new receiver since my starsat srx 3100 ultra is too old

    many thanks again for the replies

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