Monthly Archives: March 2013

Penbex replacement firmware

The Taiwanese company Penbex has created several Internet radio models. The company went bankrupt and there is no longer any form of support for the devices that they created. These devices are sold under various brand names: DMTech, Watson, ctiradio, Joybien, eradio, KW-1004, HipShing, Goodmans, Proline, Neon, Clas Ohlson, Orchard, Yusan, Zylux, Logik, Sabre, MPMan, Uptoday, LA302, Olympia, Centrios, Amitech, Odys, Forworld2, Boom, VEGA, Pbirkit, IRM8001, Lafayette, DNT IPMicro, Akira, SL-D960, GP-60X, PBXBoom2-SI, Pbirkit2, Konig HAV-20/21/22 etc.
To know if your Internet radio is a Penbex device, a good indicator is that they used to connect to the “WorldRadio” portal.
We have modified firmwares for various models that will make your radio work with the ListenLive database.
Most recently a firmware for the K├Ânig models has been released. Check for more information our website and forums on http://www.listenlive.nl

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Listenlive firmware

The “Listenlive” firmware is a replacement firmware for Internet Radio devices that are build by the Chinese company SkyTC and are sold under various brand names. SkyTC delivers these radios with a poor firmware and no real support. Also the database that these radios get their station lists from is often outdated.
Some of the popular brand names are Mediabox 135, Arnova WebRadio & TV, Xoro HMT350 HMT370, LinePro, Pearl Auvisio IPTV2335 (PX-8595), Wiwa eRTV208, Otek IPTV510, Envivo PO1119 PO1171 PO1235, Disgo TVGo, Vista Quest, Xenta KMP510, Foxman, Apex, Cayenne, Roxcore, Aigo, Lookeetv etc. The firmware offers many additional features compared to the original firmware. for more information and support questions visit our website

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