Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Can anyone help me start to work out which Android TV box would be best for me. Intending to connect to router by wire

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    Nick Causton
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    Can any of these boxes record to a network connected storage device?

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    David Munley
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    AndroidQbox

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    April Carson
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    I just bought an A95X F3 Air 32gb Android 9.0, works great and it’s fast. Hard wired with cat7 ethernet cable.

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    Lee Cowper
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    How you getting on with the A95x F3 as I’m looking at these

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    androidtvbox
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    Can anyone help me start to work out which Android TV box would be best for me. Intending to connect to router by wired cat-5 connection so no need for wireless if anyone make a wireless free TV box.

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    Jan van den Eeden
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    Follow

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    Mike Black
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    Firestick even though it’s wireless it gets as good if not better than the android box connection wise. This is the box i have that works well. https://m.geekbuying.com/item/MX10-Android-7-1-2-RK3328-4GB-32GB-TV-Box-388684.html

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    Mike Black
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    And you want cat 6 or above now. Cat 5 lags.

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    Jaime Chiong
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    Its better to buy a tvbox with 4gb64 gb version 9 or 10, dual wifi instead of the cheaper ones with 1g8g due to faster reception and large storage. Buffering is also minimize. Plus the cost is almost the same. Get tx6, hv1, mx10 or hk6.

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    David DeWitt
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    One of the Shields.

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    Alex Junior
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    X96 Mini Android7.1.2 4K TV BOX Amlogic S905W Quad Core 3D 2.4GWiFi $525

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    Alex Junior
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    HD X96 Mini 2GB+16GB Android 7.1.2 Quad Core Smart TV Box WiFi 4K Media

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    Peter Scar
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    Nvida Shield. Spend the money once. It will last you years. #1 streaming device 5+yrs now. Cheers.

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    Vaughan Rautenbach
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    Any box with Android TV OS, not designed-for-tablets Android 8 or 9, should be a good starter. Even better if it is Googke and Netfix-certified, like the Ematic

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    Neil Garrihy
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    I got this one about a week ago it’s really good ..
    And picks up wireless wifi really good ..
    Iv hot 2 x96mini the new one is way ahead of it

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/333463443872

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