Does your home router support Dual Band Wi-Fi? For example, your home router can run TP-LNK-47FF or TP-LINK-5G-47FF. As we known that it should be stand with dual Wifi of your Android TV Box so that can work with your router.
Generally speaking, 5GHz Wi-Fi can carry more data than 2.4 GHz network assuming the electric power to the higher rate of recurrence radios is maintained at a higher level. Especially if you are a gamer lover, you may never refuse fast speed of network connection. In other word, we will more enjoy streaming show via 5GHz Wi-Fi. However,signals of 5 GHz frequencies may not penetrate solid objects as 2.4 GHz signals do, limiting their reach indoor.
Nowadays,most of Android TV Box already supported dual band wireless networking.For example,last Monday the stick tv box I bought supports 1000Mbps and Dual-WIFI 2.4GHz/5.0GHz, no buffering also playing stable and running at a fast network speed,satisfied me a lot. Android Boxes which including dual band wireless,when working, 5GHz wifi will be connected preferentially.
Examples of Dual Band Wi-Fi Devices
Not only do some routers provide dual band wireless,but also the Smart TV Box.One professional android tv box provider—-Leelbox, based on survey, they sale several kinds of android boxes, most of them with high configuration. For example, Leelbox M9S Pro, Q3, Kingbox K3 android tv box,all Android 6.0 system, 2GB RAM+16GB ROM, S912 Octa-Core CPU, LAN 1000M, Dual-WIFI 2.4Ghz/5.0Ghz TV Box. Kodi was pre-installed in Kingbox K3. They run with 2.4GHz, transfer quickly into 5.0GHz under dual band wireless condition.
According to the above picture,you may know which model plays more stable and with a high network speed.If you are just a novice,I suggest you can take MXQ Pro mini or S1 for a try.It is affordable and easily to control.Also suitable for your children to watch carton if they are not game player.But if you are a android device fans.You may more sure which box is meet your need.
Here are some comments from customers
Buddy A:Since getting everything up and running the device has performed significantly better. Download speeds in and out of the play store are moving as fast as they should and media loads very fast. I can now say I feel the 2GB of Ram. Not only is the product okay but immediately after making my initial review the company reached out to me to see if there was anything they could do to make my experience with their product better. I fully appreciated this and compliment them on standing behind their product and making sure the customer experience is the best it can be. I would recommend both this box and the company that makes it.
Second:Yet another android tv box by Leelbox that I’ve had a good experience with. This company seems to be the most consistent of the TV box makers in the lower price range. This one was a little more expensive than some of their other boxes as it has the newer chip (the S912), 2 GB of RAM and the dual channel wi-fi. As you might expect from those things, it’s very snappy booting up and moving around the interface. Kodi boots up in about 8 seconds or so, which is pretty fast for these boxes. 95% of what I do in these boxes involves Kodi, so I just automatically uninstall whatever version is on the box, go to the Google PlayStore and re-install the latest version (17.1 at the moment). That seems to work better for me.I watched some 4K content yesterday and it streamed perfectly, though that always depends on the source’s and your own internet speeds. There’s nothing fancy about this box – no colored LED’s – but it does it’s job very well – an excellent box.
You deserve to own one!