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Topic # 204622 9-Oct-2016 21:16
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Hi guys,

Just wondering if any of you have have thoughts on what setup is best to run Kodi. In particular live streaming using a IPTV addon. I'm looking at using DexterPro IPTV. Has anyone tried it? Do you need to use a VPN for better speeds?

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  Reply # 1648272 10-Oct-2016 07:19
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I use a R.Pi 2, for playing stored video, though it plays youtube and other streaming services just fine. An R.Pi3 would work even better.





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  Reply # 1648287 10-Oct-2016 08:17
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I am running Kodi on Fire TV (bother version 1 & 2) with no issues with Dexter on ADSL 2 with no vpn. I have not tried the new Dexter app yet. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1648292 10-Oct-2016 08:37
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Iam fully on IPTV @ home. I do subscribe to Hulu and have also got Lightbox. My live streamings comes via Kodi and for that i have a mix of plugins to deliver all the freeview channels. Now i have too many channels and not enough time.


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  Reply # 1648764 10-Oct-2016 21:23
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I use Sling TV but there is no Kodi integration yet. I do have a Kodi setup on a Pi3 and I find Exodus good for TV and movies.

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