vSeeBox V1 Pro live TV Box Review

vSeeBox V1 Pro live TV Box Review

Today we have a new live TV and live VOD TV Box on the market called the vSeeBox V1 Pro. Some people call these boxes these boxes risky, some called them overpriced, some question  their legality, and others say it’s great to cut the cord. Whether all these claims are true or not the price tag on these boxes raises a lot of questions. From an enthusiast standpoint, these brands usually seek out some of the cheapest Android boxes to run a their service.

Most people cringe at the site of the price of these models and some were willing to pay the price often question why do they use such low-quality boxes. This is so because most people find that if they are paying the price they may as well get a high-end model in the event that the live TV or VOD service doesn’t pan out, there would still up with a great high performance TV Box to show for investment.

These sellers want you to only focus on the value of the live TV and live VOD service they provide, but one cannot help but attention to the quality of the box they are running their service on. So also point for most buyers is the quality of the box. So in this review we take a look at its hardware specs, its performance benchmarks, and its firmware features. And you will determine whether if this box is worth the investment.

vSeeBox V1 Pro in the box


VSeeBox V1 Pro hardware

  • CPU: Allwinner H616 quad-core 1.5 GHz
  • GPU: Mali G31
  • RAM: 4 GB DDR3
  • Internal Storage: 32GB eMMc
  • Wi-Fi: Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5GHz
  • Ethernet LAN: RJ45 1000 Mbps
  • Bluetooth: 5.0

vSeeBox V1 Pro system info

vSeeBox V1 Pro CPU info


VSeeBox V1 Pro I/O ports

  • 1 HDMI
  • 2 USB 2.0
  • 1 Ethernet LAN
  • 1 optical audio
  • 1 AV
  • 1 microSD
  • 1 DC input

vSeeBox V1 Pro top view

vSeeBox V1 Pro rare IO ports

vSeeBox V1 Pro side USB ports

vSeeBox V1 Pro base view


Performance benchmarks (see rankings chart here)

  • Antutu: 64,522
  • Geekbench 5: 101 single-core | 271 multicore
  • Slingshot: 431
  • RAM copy: 2,654 MB/s
  • Internal Storage: 145 MB/s read | 119 MB/s write
  • Wi-Fi speed: 57% 5GHz | 25% 2.4GHz
  • LAN speed: 1000 Mbps

vSeeBox V1 Pro Antutu benchmark



VSeeBox V1 Pro – Pro features

  • Allwinner H616 quad-core CPU 1.5 GHz
  • Heat live TV app | Heat VOD app
  • No Root access
  • Built-in screen rotation
  • 4K 2160p at 60hz display
  • HDR display
  • Mobile screen mirroring Airscreen app
  • Kodi and streaming APKs
  • Max Internet speed on the LAN port
  • Alternative launchers would live wallpapers
  • 4K video playback good
  • Average 3D gaming
  • good infrared remote

Heat live

Heat live channels

Heat VOD

Heat VOD movies

vSeeBox V1 Pro grape launcher

vSeeBox V1 Pro IR remote

vSeeBox V1 Pro DRM information

vSeeBox V1 Pro paid subscription services in HD and 4K

vSeeBox V1 Pro Netflix MOD version test patterns test

vSeeBox V1 Pro surround sound audio failure




  • No root switch
  • No navigation bar or status bar
  • No DRM for Netflix in HD/4K
  • Low CPU speed 1.5 GHz
  • No surround sound audio formats
  • No temperature sensor
  • Lower than usual speeds on Wi-Fi bands
  • YouTube limited to 1080p resolution no 4K
  • No HLG HDR
  • No Vulkan support
  • Limited life TV channels compared to other models

vSeeBox V1 Pro pros and cons



Final Thoughts

In my opinion I don’t like the choice TV Box hardware. Allwinner has always been problematic and I believe the reason why these sellers are choosing their models is because they are getting it cheap. However this does not benefit the buyer. In this business you must focus on  quality hardware as much as you are focusing on the live TV service you are providing. My advice to any seller looking to run their service choose an Amlogic S905X4 or one of the latest Rockchip models such as the RK3568.




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