Fantasy Multimedia’s Dreambox Receiver


The Dreambox 500 is the tiniest receiver that has been made back in 2005-2006 but have now been stopped as a consequence of the tremendous number of Chinese dreambox clones available on the market. DM500 can also be the very common dreambox today. The Dreambox 500 runs on open source software located on many distinct CVS site and compiling a photo is rather straightforward, the challenging part is the programming of further panels such as the blue button on Gemini Images. Fake dreamboxs are flooding the satellite television market and you have to take care when purchasing a dreambox online if it can be an imitation! Make sure that you test it it has the brand-new hologram.

The 2nd hottest dreambox is the DM800 HD, which is clearly Fantasy Multimedia’s first High Definition receiver which can be found on the business and the ideal seller “first” receiver out of Dream. A few weeks after its launch it was stormed with bad reviews from people mentioning issues such as “overheating” or perhaps “The graphics port retains freezing”, these failures left it a awful build. The very first DM800 HD costs a mean of299 from the uk, $350 in Europe and $399 in the USA virgin cccam server.   Clone DM800 HD will be have the price of Original’s.

Even the dreambox is a easily flexible satellite TV, cable TV or terrestrial TV receiver which runs on open source and backed by thousands of forums across the world, especially in Europe. You’ll see custom firmware’s such as Gemini, Pli-Images, Nabilosat, Peterpan, oZooN plus a good deal more which makes it possible for customers to establish emulators such as CCcam as well as OSCam to observe encoded satellite TV by sharing keys across the net.

Another renowned dreambox version could function as DM8000 HD, the cover of this range dreambox. The DM 8000 supports many high-definition HD TV standards, for example MPEG4/H. 264. A far better power supply apparatus is actually incorporated that will tackle all previous PSU-related problems permanently. The USB 2 hardware port could be included in addition to the normal RS232 serial port along with Fast Ethernet port. It looks like the front area of the box can house a self-study (ten) greeting card readers to be able to readily load/access info, photos, mp3 etc.. The Lcd display has improved in dimension into 3,5x five.five centimetres. Open Linux system remains the operating platform, but it is going to most likely be packed in an ‘simpler to use type’.