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    Turbo SE ESB dvb-T No Driver

    VU+ Solo2 Just bought a VU+ Turbo SE DVB-T to add DTV to my box. Neither of the two VU Turbo drivers in plugins bring up the USB-T in tuner section. Is there an alternative plugin driver I should be using?

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    The T330 drivers MAY work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    The T330 drivers MAY work.
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    Tried that...it now at least shows tuner C DVB_T but even a full scan does not find any digital terrestrial (Saorview) channels.

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    Are you sure the antenna is working? Also what is the tuner configuration.
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    Is this the tuner?

    https://www.world-of-satellite.co.uk...Tuner-DVB-C-T2

    There's also a Turbo2 version, if you can see both drivers in plugin/drivers dowloads, I'd have thought one of them would work.

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    No the SE is a usb stick type device - no support from VU for drivers unfortunately
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    antenna works fine when connected to smart tv! This is the tuner https://www.amazon.co.uk/VU-Turbo-Co.../dp/B08CXM45ST and DVB-T selected

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    Just send it back. These things are nothing but trouble. I'm not even sure if they are from VU+. An xbox tuner or a cheap RTL-SDR dongle will work fine.

    If you want the official VU tuner then it is available from the sponsors shop https://www.world-of-satellite.co.uk...Tuner-DVB-C-T2
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    Quote Originally Posted by pedronomix View Post
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    Tried that...it now at least shows tuner C DVB_T but even a full scan does not find any digital terrestrial (Saorview) channels.
    Can you try setting it up correctly for your area?
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    have tried all Ireland and local settings but to no avail. I have the box style Turbo on my Solo2 at home and it works just fine

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    Try the dvb-usb-dvbsky-classic driver


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    Quote Originally Posted by pedronomix View Post
    VU+ Solo2 Just bought a VU+ Turbo SE DVB-T to add DTV to my box. Neither of the two VU Turbo drivers in plugins bring up the USB-T in tuner section. Is there an alternative plugin driver I should be using?

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    This tuner is not actually manufactured by VU+, its branded VU+ by VU+'s German distributor.

    You'd have been better with an Official VU+ tuner: https://www.world-of-satellite.co.uk...Tuner-DVB-C-T2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    Just send it back. These things are nothing but trouble. I'm not even sure if they are from VU+. An xbox tuner or a cheap RTL-SDR dongle will work fine.

    If you want the official VU tuner then it is available from the sponsors shop https://www.world-of-satellite.co.uk...Tuner-DVB-C-T2
    Hi Ronand, you said in your post that an xbox tuner works ok in a solo2. Have just bought one and cannot get the box to see it. I've downloaded two drivers dvb-usb-dib700 and dvb-usb-mn8847x and rebooted so is there anything else I need to do? Thanks.

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    I've never tried one but there have been various reports of them working https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...l=1#post501863 and others in that thread.

    I have used several different RTL-SDR dongles on a solo2 in the past and they did work fine.

    When you say "reboot" was that a full reboot or just the GUI?
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