Are custom firmware from KIII pro suitable for magicsee?
No, they do not fit (discussed in the profile topic on K)
In terms of price / iron, the Magicsee C300 is a great device. While everything spoils the software part. Competent enthusiasts who would finish the firmware are really required.
Personally, I bought this box to watch cable DVB-C and content from the Internet. So far, the DTV application for viewing the cable is not more comfortable with:
- lack of auto-image format. Now, if you set the Full or 16: 9 setting (when choosing these items, the result is the same), the 4: 3 signal is stretched. And vice versa, when setting in the settings 4: 3 - the 16: 9 signal is pulled out with the addition of black fields above and below;
- there is no autoframe: a picture with a frame rate of 23.296 (foreign TV channels) strobes when xxxp50Hz is set in the image settings, and vice versa - a picture with fps 50 strobes when xxxp60Hz or Auto is set (in this case it will always be 1080p60Hz);
- extremely inconvenient sorting of TV channels in the list - the movement of the channel is possible only by specifying its serial number in the list. With a large number of channels to sort them out in the end turns into flour. Moreover, if the restart channel search even on the same frequency - all previously configured list of strays. As a result, have to act like this: take a list of channels from the provider, make it sort in Excel on your computer, print, and with the list from the paper set in the DTV channel numbers
- The quality of the signals from the tuner is, after all, so-so. At least noticeably loses to the tuner built into the TV.Post has been editedFlox80 - 16.02.18, 12:01