What is VU+ UNO?

VU+ Uno comes as equipped with a  DVB-S2 tuner installed which of course can receive satellite television. But as it is a modular plug and play tuner it is possible to take the DVB-S2 tuner out and replacing it with a DVB-T/C tuner. Doing this will make it possible to receive either digital cable or terrestrial television on the VU+ Uno.

The DVB-T/C tuner module is to be released in August 2011, so this review only focuses on the VU+ Uno as a DVB-S2 receiver. We might have the opportunity to review the DVB-T/C tuner module later on. If so we will be updating this review at that time.

  • The state-of-the-art pluggable tuner system
  • DVB-S2 Tuner & DVB-C/T Hybrid Tuner
  • DVB-S2 Tuner & DVB-C/T Hybrid Tuner
  • Extremely low deep standby power consumption
  • Linux Operating System

Installation

Install IPTV via autoscript bouquet list on Enigma2

 Setup IPTV using XtreamTV plugin in Enigma 2

VU+ already released a single tuner box with the VU+ Solo so why this new release with the VU+ Uno? Well  the Solo was stripped of many of the features of the VU+ Duo while this new VU+ Uno is even better than the VU+ Duo in some aspects.

  • More powerful CPU Broadcom BM7413
  • More Ram (512 MB)
  • Plug and Play tuner DVB-S2 tuner or DVB-C/T hybrid
  • Option to fit Internal SATA HDD 2.5″ or 3.5″
  • Dual Card readers
  • Front Display 12 digit VFD display
  • Rear eSata port
  • 3 x USB
  • LNB loop through
  • Standby power consumption around 0.5 W