Ultra-Sharp Television with UFSconnect

The UFSconnect 926 is the first Kathrein satellite receiver that is suitable for receiving UHD/4K signals. This means that it brings ultra-sharp pictures to the screen with a four times higher resolution than in conventional HD format. By using two independent UHD tuners with eight integrated demodulators, the possibilities for individual usage, for example for planning recordings and for streaming, are almost endless. An internal hard disk provides the storage space necessary for archiving recordings. In conjunction with a suitable module from the supplier, the two CI+ interfaces also make it possible to receive pay TV channels (e.g. Sky, HD+).

Eight demodulators (receivers)

Four of the eight demodulators are reserved by default for the basic functions: live TV reception and Fast Zapping. The remaining four demodulators are entirely free to be used as desired by the customer.  For example, four parallel recordings are possible, or the TV signal can be streamed to four mobile end devices (smart phones or tablets) simultaneously.

Fast Zapping – Ultra-fast channel change times

Fast Zapping is one of the most outstanding features of the UFSconnect 926. This feature ensures that there is no noticeable break during channel changing. The picture of the next channel is immediately available.

Extensive features

The receiver boasts extensive features, such as the Premium Gracenote EPG which gives detailed information on approximately 160 programmes up to 14 days in advance. The extended EPG functions enable sorting according to categories, extensive search functions and the creation and administration of programme tips. The integrated 500 or 1,000 GB hard drive enables permanent time shift. The software and programme lists can be updated easily and conveniently via satellite or a USB stick. The large variety of connectivity options adds to the UFSconnect 926 being the perfect solution for multimedia usage.

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