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Test Report for Euromax HD 360i

 
Euromax HD 360i

Euromax-HD-360i

Dish Channels is publishing new test repots of different satellite receivers every month. However; Euromax HD 360 i is new entry to our test lab. As soon as we saw this receiver for the first time, every one in our test lab was surprised. The front panel and its total workmanship leaves nothing to say behind. Euromax HD 360 i is fully MPEG-fully DVB-S and DVB-S2 and HD compliant. At the back, the antenna input and loop-through serve the single tuner. Video options are limited to HDMI, Scart or composite video, whilst there are stereo audio outputs plus S/PDIF. For connection to the outside world there's an Ethernet LAN port and an RS232 port. DiSEqC is supported from version 1.0 to 1.3 to ensure that just about any motor or switching setup will be supported.

Euromax-HD-360i-backpanel

71 satellites from around the planet are pre-programmed into the receiver and these can be edited and deleted as required. New satellites can be added as required by simply specifying the orbital position. If you are setting your own dish up, you'll be pleased to see the inclusion of a large on-screen signal meter function to help you find a good signal.

A very welcome addition is a blind scan option, so that any frequencies not already held in the transponder list can be found. This works a little differently than others we've seen in the past. First, the entire frequency spectrum is scanned, adding any newly-found frequencies to the stored transponder list. After this, the regular scan kicks in, scanning the new frequencies alongside those previously stored. This adds some time to the scanning process, 2,5 minutes were taken to find and add an extra eight transponders tothe list, then another 4:15 to scan them all. The blind scan isn't ideal for feed huntinghowever, as there is no ability to scan a portion of the frequency band. Channels are accessed from a channel list similar to those on most other receivers. The left and right buttons are used to filter the list between FTA-only, HD and encrypted channels, plus of course there is the option to display everything. The LOF setting itself offers numerous choices so that even LNBs with unusual oscillator frequencies can be used. Thanks to the integrated 0/12V jack, something not often found on modern receivers, this box can also be used with older C/Ku-band systems.The channel editing functions are limited to deletion, moving, and renaming.

Dish Channels is publishing new test repots of different satellite receivers every month. However; Euromax HD 360 i is new entry to our test lab. As soon as we saw this receiver for the first time, every one in our test lab was surprised. The front panel and its total workmanship leaves nothing to say behind. Euromax HD 360 i is fully MPEG-fully DVB-S and DVB-S2 and HD compliant. At the back, the antenna input and loop-through serve the single tuner. Video options are limited to HDMI, Scart or composite video, whilst there are stereo audio outputs plus S/PDIF. For connection to the outside world there's an Ethernet LAN port and an RS232 port. DiSEqC is supported from version 1.0 to 1.3 to ensure that just about any motor or switching setup will be supported.

 Euromax-HD-360i-menu

There are favourites lists. The receiver has the capacity to store 6000 TV and radio channels. A push of the OK button opens up the channel list that can display up to 16 channels at the same time on one page. This actually makes it fun to comb through an extensive channel list. The list can be sorted alphabetically, by frequency, by satellite, by genre, by provider, by country or by CAS/FTA. There is no room inside the tiny case for a hard drive, recordings have to be made onto a USB device plugged into the front socket. Recordings can be started directly from the remote's record button or from a timer event that can be set manually or from the EPG.

Thanks to the integrated DVB-S2 tuner, the Euromax is perfect for reception of high resolution content. Naturally, the matching HDMI video output must also be there and can be set for 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. If your TV doesn't have an HDMI input, the video signal can also be supplied via YUV, S-Video and CVBS. Along with that, there are a variety of modes available to display a 4:3 signal on a 16:9 TV.


 

 

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