This autumn, the Sat Systems Company, the owner of the trademark Openbox, will introduce to the market several new set-top boxes at once, for receiving digital terrestrial TV programs. This is stated in a press release, a copy of which is available to Mediasat.
It is reported specifically that this autumn the users will be able to buy the models Openbox T2-04 and Openbox T2-04IR, i.e. modern devices for receiving open channels of digital terrestrial TV in DVB-T and DVB-T2 standard, in SD or Full HD quality.
Easy and high-speed operation, excellent characteristics, rich picture and easy-to-use remote control are the criteria to estimate both set-top boxes.
Openbox T2-04IR has a built-in audio decoder Dolby Digital, as well as provides for an option of mounting it on the wall or behind a TV-set, but this model will be somewhat more expensive.
The press release points out that the third set-top box for the terrestrial digital TV will be Openbox T2-05S. Its distinctive feature is the signal demodulator by the Japanese company SONY.
This small chip allowed bringing the set-top box’s signal sensitivity to a new level, unattainable for competitors.
Near the transmitting center and provided the line-of-sight coverage of a TV tower, it may be low relevant. But very often the viewers have to pick up the reflected o poor signal, and there are also more factors. In all these situations a very important role is played by the set-top box’s sensitivity. Openbox T2-05S allows continuous watching favorite programs, even in the most complicated situations, as stated in the press release.
Read more on the web site of the manufacturer: www.openbox.ua