SETUP Recommendations for Serious IPTV watchers…

  • Monday, 13th July, 2020
  • 04:22am


These are our recommendation for serious IPTV watchers…

To enhance your iptv experience you should follow these recommendation.  Not all devices are created equal.    Does your device measure up?   


Specs you should be looking for in a device if you are going to use it for IPTV

·         4K graphics because it’s nice to get the best picture quality if it’s available on your IPTV service

·         4 GB of DDR4 RAM  for the fastest rate of picture processing and app operation

·         1000 Mbps LAN port (ethernet port) Configure the LAN port speeds in your modems hub

·         Bluetooth 4.1, Dual Band, Dual Antenna WiFi 2.4/5.8 Mghz but using 5.8 is the best for bandwidth and speed..

We highly recommend:


Beelink GT King Pro


NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV 4K HDR Streaming Media Player


Hardwired with CAT 8 cable  would be better than 5.8 Mghz wifi


A straight android box with these options are better for serious IPTV users.

Firesticks, Firebox, Ruko, Apple tv, and Snart TV devices are good but are more geared for  everyday content streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Disney, Hulu, Youtube, Apple TV.  These companies have Billion dollar servers and their content has been streamlined not to use as much ram.  That’s why you find these device work well with all the big named streaming service and not so much with IPTV.  They are far underpowered to deliver HD and UHD/4k content via IPTV.  These devices struggle and cause lots of freezing and looping.  They will work fine if all the channels on a service are SD.  SD channels don’t need much ram processing power to produce them.  A lot of service use mostly SD so the service is fast and reliable but the picture quality is poor.


Clearing the cache contantly is a must, so your device doesn’t lag or struggle during streaming.  Always turn off your device if you can and clear the cache upon every start up.  This is all you need to know for good viewing of IPTV ENJOY!


How to Clear Cache on FireTV Stick and Other Fire TV Devices


How do I clear the Apple TV cache?

Just unplug the unit for a few minutes


How to Clear Cache on Roku


How To Clear & Delete Cache On Samsung TVs


How To Clear & Delete Cache On Samsung TVs

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