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Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

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RRP: 199.00
Price: 135.00 (ex VAT)
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DESCRIPTION of Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

  • Manufacturer: Edision
  • Model: OS Mini
  • Tuners
    • 2x DVB-S2 Satellite Tuners
    • 1x USB DVB-T2 Terrestrial Tuner
  • Box Contents
    • Edision OS Mini Linux Receiver
    • 12v ~ 2a Power Unit
    • Remote Control & Batteries
    • 3.5mm Jack to RS232 Cable
    • 3.5mm Jack to RCA Cable
    • User Manual
  • Definition: Standard & High Definition
  • Resolution: Up to 1080p
  • Linux OS (Enigma2 Loaded by Default)
  • Processor: Mips Broadcom 742MHz Dual-Core
  • 512MB NAND Flash / 512MB of DDR3 Memory
  • Integrated WiFi & Bluetooth
  • Media Player
  • Downloadable Plug-ins Supported
  • Note: 320GB Internal Hard Drive Option
    • If Chosen, Deactivates Front USB Port & Card Reader
  • MPEG2 / H.264 Hardware Decoding (DVB Compliant)
  • Dolby Digital Plus, Compatible via S/PDIF Optical Output
  • Unlimited Channel Memory
  • Super Sensitive Tuner for Very Weak Signals & Weak Transponders
  • Bouquet List Support
  • Channel Switching: < 1 Sec
  • DiSEqC 1.0, 1,1 ,1.2 & 1.3 (USALS) Compatible
  • < 0.5W Power Consumption in Standby Mode
  • Back of Box:
    • Power On/Off Switch
    • LNB IN #1
    • LNB IN #2
    • 3.5mm AV Output
    • HDMI Out
    • SPDIF (Digital Optical Audio)
    • 3.5mm RS232
    • Ethernet Port
    • USB Port
    • DC IN
  • Front of Box:
    • LED Display
    • USB Port
    • Smart Card Slot
    • Power Button
  • General:
    • Dimensions (W x H x D): 57x31x27mm
    • Weight: 1.27Kg
    • Colour: Black

Choice of Operating Systems - Why Choose Enigma2 Option?

Choosing this option allows you tap into some great online features

  • 7 Day EPG Guide on Satellite as well as Saorview channels
  • Automatic channel updating if there is a new frequency changes
  • Ability to add Series link option
  • Ability to add additional features as free plugins become available
  • Display channel logo next to channel e.g. BBC, ITV, C4 Logos etc
  • Possible to automatically group and list channels e.g. By movies, news, kids

Note: Enigma2 is an open source freeware platform - people use it as it has a great online community behind it and allows you to add lots of features. But it is really for DIYers who can put up with the pains that come with this type of a "lets develop a feature and see what happens' - it is not covered or supported officially by any manufacturer. We give a full warranty on the default Spark OS which is both reliable and fully supported by the manufacturer. We don't (no one does) give warranty on any Enigma2 features

USES of Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

  • HD digital recevier for receiving standard & high definition Irish & UK TV channels
  • Channel List Includes
    • RTE 1, RTE 2, TV3, TG4, 3e etc
    • BBCs, ITVs, Channel 4, E4, Film 4, More 4, Channel 5, EWTN, CBS etc
  • PVR Features - Add recording with an external hard drive
    • Equipment needed - 320GB, 500GB external hard drive
  • Allows viewer to pause, rewind & record live TV shows
  • Can record one and watch another on satellite (Use both tuners for this feature)

ADVANTAGES of Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

  • The big advantage of the Edision OS Mini triple tuner receiver is that it is based on the Linux OS and comes with the stability of that operating system
  • The Edision OS Mini linux receiver is a premium box with high spec components
  • The Edision OS Mini receiver is capable of a variety of internet functions (Youtube, Shoutcast, Opera etc)
  • The Edision receiver is customisable & upgradeable
  • Supports both standard & high definition transmissions
  • It futures proofs your investment by meeting all the latest HD standards
  • Has PVR features (ie. Can pause/record Live TV with addition of an external hard drive)
  • Twin DVB-S2 tuners means you can watch one channel and record another on satellite
  • Large remote for older people
  • Extremely responsive remote

DISADVANTAGES of Edision™ OS Mini Triple Tuner

  • More expensive than a standard definition satellite receiver
  • It does not have an RF out i.e. it is not possible to run the picture to an additional room unless you use either an external Modulator or a TRI-Link (allows you to operate box with a sky eye from another room)
  • It is more expensive than other linux receivers in our range (eg. Amiko Alien Mini) because it is a triple tuner linux receiver and uses higher spec components, faster processor and more RAM, which in turn leads to far less instability issues when running Enigma2


  • Overview of Edision OS Mini
  • How to Install Enigma2
  • How to Setup WiFi Connection
  • How to Setup Ethernet Connection
  • How to Format External Hard Drive
  • How to Tune in Saorview Channels
  • How to Stream Live TV to PC or Tablet


Overview of Edision OS Mini

How to Install Enigma2

How to Setup WiFi Connection

How to Setup Ethernet Connection

How to Format External Hard Drive

How to Tune in Soarview Channels

How to Stream Live TV to PC or Tablet


  • How to assemble a Sky/Freesat satellite dish
  • How to mount a Sky/Freesat satellite dish
  • How to align a Sky/Freesat satellite dish
  • Running the cables & attaching connectors
  • Installing the satellite receiver

1. How to Assemble a Sky / Freesat Satellite Dish

List of Sky dish components

  • Sky Satellite Dish
  • Wall Bracket
  • Wall Tube (Arm)
  • Elevation Bracket
  • Dish Bracket
  • Fixing Kit
  • Feed Arm

Tools needed to assemble Sky dish

  • 10mm, 13mm socket and ratchet
  • Philips screwdriver

Steps to assemble the satellite dish

  • Open fixing kit and select U-bolts (qty: 2), nuts (qty: 4)
  • Insert the U bolts through the wall bracket
  • Thread on the nuts
  • Insert the arm and tighten the nuts using 10mm socket and ratchet
  • The wall bracket & arm assembly is complete
  • Next insert U-bolts (qty: 2) through the elevation bracket
  • Loosely tighten nuts
  • Attach the elevation bracket to the dish bracket
  • Using bolts and washers (qty: 4), tighten with 13mm socket and ratchet
  • Use the bolts and nuts (qty:4) and the Philips screwdriver to attach the dish bracket to the dish
  • Use the long threaded bolt and small nut to attach the feed arm to the back base of the dish bracket so the arm protrudes in front of the dish
  • Finally insert the LNB (and plastic insert) into the end of the arm and secure with a tie wrap

2. How to Mount a Satellite Dish

Equipment needed to mount a satellite dish on a wall

  • Sky satellite dish, complete with wall bracket and arm
  • Coach bolt M8 x 50mm & 10mm plastic plugs (qty: 4)

Tools needed to mount on a wall

  • Cordless drill - ideally a 24-36v SDS Drill
  • 8mm, 10mm drill bits
  • 10mm, 13mm socket and ratchet
  • Satellite meter

Criteria on where to mount the satellite dish?

  • Dish must face South East (141 degrees i.e. direction of sun 11am BST)
  • Wall must be a solid surface capable of carrying weight of satellite dish
  • Signal must not be blocked by houses or trees (signal is coming in at 21 degrees to the horizontal)
  • Place at back or gable end of house to minimise visual intrusion
  • Place as close at possible to TV room to which the satellite cables are to connected so as to minimise cable run


  • Place the wall bracket and arm in the correct location
  • Use the cordless drill and 8mm drill bit to drill 4 guide holes
  • Use 10mm drill bit to drill holes to a depth of 60mm
  • Insert the 4 plastic plugs in the holes and mount the wall bracket using the 4 coach bolts
  • Tighten the coach bolts using the 13mm socket and ratchet
  • Attach the satellite dish to the arm of the wall plate
  • Use 10mm socket to lightly tighten the dish 'U'-bolts so they are fixed to arm but the dish can still be rotated
  • Follow steps in the how to align a satellite dish guide

3. How to Align a Sky / Freesat Satellite Dish

  • Having already mounted the satellite dish on your wall
  • Attach your satellite meter to the dish LNB
  • Align the dish so that it is (1) perfectly vertical, (2) pointing south east (141 degrees).
  • Rotate the dish slowly over and back
  • Repeat adjusting the tilt angle by 1 or 2 degrees to until a signal is found
  • Tighten the U-bolts and side bolts using the 10mm & 13mm sockets
  • Disconnect the satellite meter
  • Connect a cable with an 'F-type' connector from the dish to the satellite box
  • Check that the signal is working

4. How to Run Cables & Attach Connectors

The next step is to run satellite cable to the satellite receiver

Tools needed

  • Hammer
  • Snips
  • Drill
  • SDS Drill Bit 10X450


  • Satellite Installation Kit

Prior to begining you must decide

  • Decide how to run cable
    • Connect into existing cables in the attic
      • Normally neater but requires additional connectors
      • May need a multi-meter to be able to identify the correct cable
      • May result in longer cable runs
    • Run a cable directly from the satellite dish to the satellite receiver
      • Fastest and easiest way to run a cable
      • Cable runs are normally shorter
      • Requires the drill of a hole through a wall


  • If the satellite receiver is to be located next to the external wall of a room
    • Use a drill and an SDS Drill Bit 10x450 to drill a hole through the wall
    • Ensuring to drill from the inside out
  • To conceal broken plaster use either
    • Hole tidy (insert inside and out before the cable is run)
    • Cable cover nailed onto the outside wall after the cable has been run
  • Feed the end of the satellite cable through the wall leaving enough cable to reach the front of the satellite box
  • Now start tacking the cable using 7mm clips and a hammer
  • Ensuring that the cable runs down from the hole that been drilled in the wall
  • This will stop water following the cable into the house
  • Continue tacking the cable
    • Run cable vertically or horizontally but NEVER diagonally
    • If possible hide cable under the plint or behind drain pipes (using 300mm cable ties)
  • Cut the cable leaving enough length to reach the LNB of the dish
  • Put on an F connector on the each end of the satellite cable
  • Screw the F connector on to the LNB
  • Seal the connection using Insulation tape or ideally waterproof self amalgamating tape
  • Secure the cable to the dish feed arm using either 300mm cable ties or Insulation tape
  • Final step is to put on an F connector on the satellite cable next to the satellite receiver

How to put on an F-connector

5. How to Install Your Satellite Receiver

  • Unpack the box
    • Satellite Receiver
    • Remote control
  • Screw the lead from the satellite dish into the LNB in connection
  • Connect a scart or HDMI cable from your TV to the box
  • Plug in the power lead
  • Turn on the power switch on the back on the box
  • After 5-6 seconds the box will come on and should automatically switch TV to AV channel
  • You may need to switch AV channel on TV if it does not automatically switch over

See map below for main Saorview transmitters in Ireland. Alternatively, click on link to view all main Saorview transmitters and regional sub stations [Click Here to View Map]


RTE Digital

The above map shows the main Saorview coverage & transmitters, the colour code of the best UHF aerial to use and their catchment area

Saorview Frequencies

The table above shows the channel range & polarity of each of the transmitters in Ireland. The final column shows the UHF group colour code for the most appropriate aerial for the transmitter. Of course it is possible to use a wide band UHF aerial (either the standard white tipped, higher gain, high gain grid or 32 element) which will  work on all transmitters

UHF Aerial Groups

The table above shows the range of UHF TV Aerials available, their frequency range and the colour code associated with each aerial.

Combo Receiver Channels

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Contacted via website first for recommendation and received a detailed response which helped with my decision. Ordered Edision Optimuss OS3 Plus...speedy delivery and great videos on the site to help with setup. Delighted with the satellite box i ordered after i finished my setup have all Saorview and UK Free To Air channels plus i can record. Thanks!
This is definitely the box to go for if you're interested in making recordings; it has enough oomph to record two channels simultaneously - and watch a third channel or another recording - unlike the Amiko Alien, which is functionally similar, but can't cope with the processing load of its three tuners. I also replaced the HDD with an SDD. For maximum stability it's recommended not to install too many additional plug-ins - none really needed; the default OS has all you need - except possibly the On-Demand Players. Would be nice to see Netflix on this box
Delivered on time, Enjoying it as a "project" as I know nothing about these boxes. OS takes some getting used to for a newbie like me .. Would recommend the box if you would like to customise and tinker with your receiver.
Box was delivered quickly and worked with no issues. The user interface looks as rich as Sky+ but it takes a bit of getting used to because it is different - looks like there is lots to explore like link to IMDB. The start up time is fast and the disk is quiet. Best thing is no more bills. I'll miss Sky Arts but big deal!

Available Firmware (os-mini-fw.pdf, 99 Kb) [Download]

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