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(Official International Version) Xiaomi Mi TV Box US $64.99 (~AU $84.19) Free Shipping @ GearBest

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MIBOXY4

Starts 2018-03-24 00:00 China Time:

Android TV box supports Bluetooth voice remote control
You can catch your favorite TV shows, play games, watch the news or switch to radio.
Mi box also supports Google Cast.

Main Features:

● It runs on the latest Android TV 6.0 which is easy to enjoy your entertainment time.
● A high performance of Quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU can play a wide range of games.
● A Bluetooth voice remote control: Just speak into the remote control and Mi box will search for what you want.
● HDR 4K H.265 VP9 Profile-2 4K Decoding will provide you with a scene in vivid contrast, color and clarity.
● HDMI 2.0 is a faster way to send video and audio output to your TV.
● It also supports both Dolby and DTS encodings which create you smooth and surround sound.

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  • Does anyone know of a source that I can get a power supply for this with an Australian plug? It's an unusual supply, 5V at 3A if I remember correctly. I have dozens of power bricks lying around and there's nothing appropriate that I could even swap power tips on. Using an international power adaptor is a pain as it increases the profile and doesn't fit well behind a wall mounted TV. There are plenty of variable voltage power supplies out there, but they all cost nearly as much as the unit itself.

    • you could get one of those multiple plug tip ones

    • +2

      I power my Mi Box using this cable connected to my Fetch TV USB port (can be used with USB charger too):

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/High-quality-USB-to-4-0mmx1-7mm-...

    • It's even more awkward than that; 5.2V at 2.1A. Straight 5V would probably be easy to find.

      To be honest, I'd be surprised if it couldn't run at 5V, but for me a reverse power adapter from Officeworks/Bunnings was easier.

    • +1

      It's 5V at 2.4amp and I use
      these can be connected to a good quality phone charger but I'm able to power them right off the TV USB ports

    • If you are good with a Soldering Iron, or know someone.
      Find a 5v 3 Amp plug pack Chop and resolder cable to new plug pack

      You have a 50/50 chance of getting it right or wrong

      • to the tip should be fine ;)
      • +1

        Thats a horrible idea. Why would you suggest such a dangerous thing when there a less than $5 fix

        • All in the eyes of the beholder I guess

        • +2

          Have you heard of a multimeter?

        • I reckon! Those soldering irons can get hot. Just cut it and use electrical tape like I do.

        • It's not a daft idea. It's similar to what I'd planned to do if I'd found an appropriate supply in my pile of stuff. I know one end of a soldering iron from the other (and if I forget, the smell of burning flesh is a good reminder). I've just ordered one of the linked USB cables. It's cheap enough to give it a try.

    • +1

      I power mine straight from the TV USB port, I have two plugged into Soniq TVs, and one coming off a Samsung… the unit turns on when I turn the TV on, and off when the TV is turned off… have had no issues with Netflix, Kodi or Plex so far… I'm using some old PSP USB power cables which seem to be the right size :) been running this setup for a few months now…

      • no issues with speed based on tv power vs mains?

        • +1

          not that I've noticed, I used a mains plug at first then realised the PSP USB plug fit, so tried the TV USB port, it worked, so just kept using it… had some odd restarts on one unit at first, thought it might be power related, turned out was due to dodgy PSP USB cable, replaced it and everything seems to work fine, and has been for a few months now (used daily)…

      • +1

        Skip the TV. Just plug it into the USB on the Mi box.

  • Tempting to buy but is this worth buying for those who have a smart tv? My tv runs Netflix, Stan and web browser…

    • +1

      if you have android tv then no. if you dont and want kodi and netflix etc on one device yes

  • -1

    ● It runs on the latest Android TV 6.0 which is easy to enjoy your entertainment time.

    Not the latest, actually very old.

    • still runs everything you need on tv

        • +5

          like what?
          It does kodi, netflix, stan, plex, catch up tv

          What is it that you cant do?

  • +1

    Does this have a notification LED, also does it support band 28?

    • +1

      Wrong thread?

      But yeah, phone is fine.

  • Does anyone know if this is Mi Box 3 or 4? The code had the 4 reference but nothing in the description…

    • +1

      3 is the only international model with Android TV….. The 4s are just fir thr Chinese market without Android TV

  • -2

    network streaming box that only has wifi is never going to work properly.

    • My existing one works perfectly. Have you checked that your WiFi isn't stuffed? WiFi is capable of greater speed than you'd get on your Internet connection.

      • I've been streaming video over networks for years, via many different boxes and methods…can't beat a gigabit ethernet connection.

        • +2

          That's not the same thing as "WiFi is never going to work properly".

  • +2

    If you want local stock with quicker delivery, Gearbest ebay store has this for $94 with pick5 code if you’re happy to pay a little more.

    I grabbed this with the pflash10 discount last night for $89 with delivery expected Monday :) this will be my second mi box to add to the collection

    • Where is gearbest eBay store? You mean gearbite?

      • Yep sorry meant Gearbite. Was half a sleep when posting this last night!

    • Cheers. Down to $96.95 before discount, so just grabbed it from here for $3 more.

    • -1

      still not great on Ethernet cuz the processor lacks grunt.

  • can you cast to these as a device using google home voice commands (like you can with a chromecast)?

    • +1

      yes, you can.

  • About 2 months ago I bought the Xiomi TV Box for this price. I am in Sydney and it is not working with Netflix and SBS on demand TV. They claimed by Q & A as well as in their website that it is OK for Netflix. But after a number of emails back and forth they accepted it is not suitable for Netflix. So buyers beware. I am waiting for my refund for nearly 1 months.

    • Nope it's fine with Netflix and I've been able to watch 4k with it

  • Works fine with Netflix here. SD only.