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The World’s Leading

Digital TV Industry Publication

since 1981

Alexander Wiese


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in Munich, Germany


TELE-audiovision Magazine, PO Box 1234, 85766 Munich-Ufg, GERMANY/EUROPE


Alexander Wiese,

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Letter to The Editor

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TELE-audiovision was established in 1981 and today is the oldest, largest and most-read digital tv trade magazine in the world.

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Alexander Wiese (verantwortlich) Anschrift wie Verlag


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Alexander Wiese (verantwortlich), Anschrift wie Verlag

Dear Readers,

We’ve known for a long time now that there really isn’t

a perfect receiver. They all have certain functions that

can be handled with ease while other functions are not

so optimally incorporated. But it all has to do with your

point of view: for one user the features in a receiver

might be the perfect solution for his needs. On the other

hand, those same features might do nothing for another

user. If you are an extreme channel surfer, then fast

channel switching times would be very important to you.

But if you’re always recording programs, then it wouldn’t

really matter to you how fast a receiver switches from

one channel to another; you’d want a fully-featured PVR


For every different application, there’s an operating

system that’s been optimized for that application and

if you know your way around, you’ll have acquired a

receiver with an operating system that perfectly suits

your needs. But wait! It doesn’t have to be like that!

In this issue of TELE-audiovision we are introducing a

receiver that simply works using two different operating

systems. Instead of having two receivers with two

different operating systems so that you’re prepared for

every possible scenario, you can have just one receiver

with two built-in operating systems; you’d simply

start the appropriate operating system based on what

you want to use the receiver for. Since the Internet

is steadily having more and more of an impact in our

daily lives, the second system in this new receiver is the

Android operating system. With it you can dive right in

to everything the Internet has to offer.

The receiver is slowly becoming an all-around device.

Unlike not too long ago when a receiver was only

optimized for a single reception mode, this new

generation of multi-operating system receivers is now

compatible with all the different variations. One single

box can now receive all the various TV modes.

And that’s exactly how it should be. In the end, it’s all

about the software; it can be reprogrammed as often as

is needed.

Alexander Wiese

Editor-in-Chief TELE-audiovision Magazine