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What runs better on aftv? Helix alfa3gotham 13.2,beyondxbmc,spmc??

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Default What runs better on aftv? Helix alfa3gotham 13.2,beyondxbmc,spmc??

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Spmc?? Beyond xbmc??


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sideloaded spmc and runs beautiful with all addons; ie Navi X, Mashup, etc...

replaced an I7 desktop with my fire tv for my HTPC, love it
 
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spmc !
 
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For my short experience and trying to play with it for sometime, SPMC is the winner.
 
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Gotham 13.2 didn't play 1080p TV streams from a Hdhomerun properly; SPMC does. That's about the only difference ive noticed between the two.
 
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Gotham 13.2 has been rock solid for me. Haven't had a single issue in weeks.
 
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Using Gotham 13.2 and have no complaints. I did not see any benefit of using SPMC now that all the FireTV related bugs have been ironed out from the XBMC main branch.
 
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Gotham 13.2 for me as well too. Loaded up hubwizard and everything working perfect for a couple weeks for me as well. No stutters, buffering, sound or video issues.

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