SRT 2401

Transform your TV to a Smart TV!

Your TV doesn’t have Smart TV functions? By connecting the Android IP Receiver SRT 2401 to your TV you can upgrade it. Enjoy the streaming of movies and videos in a picture quality up to 4k Ultra HD. Additionally, SRT 2401 enables reception of satellite, cable and terrestrial TV with its in-built triple tuner.

SRT 2401

Product overview

  • Android receiver with triple tuner for Free-to-Air TV and radio
  • 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160p)
  • Supports the new standard H.265
  • Video streaming from the Internet
  • Easy connection to the Internet via in-built Wi-Fi® or cable
  • Browse the Internet directly on your TV screen
  • Updates via Internet and USB
  • Convenient remote control with Air Mouse and keyboard functions
  • 2x USB ports for recording and playback of files
  • Sharing of digital media between multimedia devices

Receiver (Android 7.1) with triple tuner (DVB-S2/DVB-T2/C) for Free-To-Air TV in HD and radio programmes(1)
Supports Dolby® Digital and Dolby® Digital Plus(2)
User-friendly and easy to handle interface
Easy connection to the Internet via in-built Wi-Fi® or cable
Convenient remote control with Air Mouse  and keyboard functions
Video streaming from the Internet
Simple download and installation of apps with individual sorting (3)
Get in touch and share content with friends via social network apps
Picture gallery shows photos and pictures from SD card or USB storage device
Connect to other devices and share data via Bluetooth
2x USB 2.0 ports for data exchange (backup and restore) and playback(4)
Recording of TV programmes to SD card, USB storage device or hard disk drive
Various recording possibilities: instant recording, via timer, booked via EPG
Timeshift: pause live TV and resume later
Connect additional devices such as mouse, keyboard, storage devices, web camera, … to USB port
Software updates via Internet and external USB devices
Timer functions for wakeup and recording

Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) for on screen information of present/coming programme information for up to the following 7 days(5)

16 favourite lists for TV and radio programmes
Memory capacity of 10000 channels
Teletext, multi-lingual subtitles and audio tracks(6)
Automatic and manual channel search
Parental control for menus and age rating for channels
Quad Core Cortex- A53 2.0 GHz and Mali-450 Penta Core GPU
Low power consumption in standby
Video player for playback of videos from SD card or USB storage device
Music library plays back music stored SD card or USB device and sorts it by artists, albums, songs and playlists
Connectors: ANT/CABLE IN, SAT IN, HDMI, S/PDIF (coax.), 2x USB, micro SD card reader, 12 V power supply, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
(1) Depending on local signal conditions
(2) Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
(3) Some apps might not be available in your country or region. Download speed is depending on your Internet connection.
(4) STRONG cannot guarantee the playback of all files although extensions are listed, as it depends on file size, codec, bit rate and resolution
(5) Availability depending on broadcast/Teletext via TV remote is only available via SCART
(6) Availability depending on broadcaster
ReceptionIPTV, DVB-S2/T2/C
4K UHDavailable
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC / H.265)available
Internet connectionavailable
Channel memory capacity10000
Favourite lists16
Electronic TV Programme Guide available
Booking of events via EPGavailable
Multi-lingual subtitling and audio track support available
Multi-lingual on-screen menuavailable
Parental controlavailable
Automatic, network and manual channel scan optionsavailable
ChipsetAmlogic S905-B
Main MemoryDDR3, 1 GB
Flash MemoryeMMC: 8 GB
USB Software updateavailable
USB recording / Timeshiftavailable
Video resolution2180p*, 1080p, 1080i, 720p
Audio modeMPEG, OGG, OGA, FLAC, ALAC, Ape, M4A, RM, MPEG-1 layer1/2, (Dolby® Digital, Dolby® Digital Plus**, WMA, WMA Pro, WMV optional)
Dolby available
Digital audio S/PDIFavailable
Micro SD slotavailable
Android Version7.1
Supply voltage100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
WLAN802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz
Power consumption7.30 W (typ.), 24 W (max.)
Power consumption in standbymax. 0.5 W
Size (W x D x H) in mm160 x 118 x 32
Net-weight in kg0.30
Remote controlAir Mouse
Installation Instructionsavailable
Power adapteravailable

*2160p is only presented in the menu when HDMI is connected to a 4K UHD TV. (HDMI cable of good quality recommended)

**Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratorie

Subject to alterations. In consequence of continuous research and development technical specifications, design and appearance of products may change. Android and Google Wallet are trademarks of Google Inc. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®. Skype is a trade mark of Skype and STRONG is not affiliated, sponsored, authorised or otherwise associated by/with the Skype group of companies. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Audio and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. All other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
The power adapter is not connected to the outlet or plugged into the Android box.
Check whether the power connector is completely plugged into the DC socket of the Android box.
  1. The power cable or power adapter is unplugged.
  2. If your Android box has a main power switch: The main power switch on the rear panel is set to [OFF].
  3. The electrical outlet may be damaged.
  1. Check that the power cable or power adapter is plugged to the wall outlet.
  2. Switch the main power on.
  3. Check with another device if the electrical outlet is supplied.

Make sure the Wi-Fi network is connected and the security key for the encrypted network is correct.

Make sure you select the correct IP address settings.

  1. Damaged or defective connectors.
  2. The connections are not done properly. 
  3. The quality of the connected cables is insufficient.
  4. Wrong input is selected on the TV. 
  1. Check connectors for visible damage.
  2. Make sure that the connections are done correctly and are fitting well to the connected input/output.
  3. Check that the quality of all cables is good. Reconnect all cables between the Android box and the TV set.
  4. Check whether the correct HDMI input on your HD TV is selected.
  1. Faulty operation of the Internet modem due to damaged modem components (connection boxes, cables and plugs).
  2. Reception problems due to quality and speed of the internet connection.
  1. Check the Internet modem's installation components and contact your Local Service.
  2. Perform a power reset of the Internet modem (unplug the power connector plug from the power outlet, wait 10 seconds and plug the power connector plug back into the power outlet).
Setup the screen ratio on your HD TV as automatic or change the screen size in the system menu.
  1. The volume of the TV is  set too low.
    The volume of the Android box is set too low.
  2. The correct input is not selected on your TV or amplifier, or the Android box is set to a higher resolution than supported by the TV.
  3. The TV, Android box or amplifier is not switched on.
  4. The TV or Android box is not connected to the mains.
  5. Bad cable connection.
  6. Audio is muted.
  7. The TV power is off.
  1. Increase the volume of the TV with its remote control.
    Increase the volume of the Android box with its remote control. 
  2. Switch to the correct TV/amplifier input.
    Select lower resolution on the Android box.
  3. Switch the TV/Android box/amplifier on.
  4. Check the mains lead.
  5. Make sure that any existing digital or analogue A/V cable connections between the used equipment (TV, Android box or A/V amplifier) are properly connected.
  6. Press the [MUTE] button on your remote control.
  7. Turn the TV on.
  1. The Android box is off.
  2. The remote control is not aimed correctly.
  3. The IR sensor on the front panel of the Android box is obstructed.
  4. The batteries of the remote control are not inserted, wrongly inserted or exhausted.
  1. Plug in and turn on the Android box.
  2. Aim the remote control at the IR sensor on the front panel of the Android box.
  3. Avoid or remove obstructions.
  4. Check whether the batteries are inserted correctly or exhausted. If exhausted, replace the batteries in the remote control.
The Auto Standby function is enabled.
Check the Auto Standby setting and disable if necessary.

The default PIN is <0000> or <1234> (refer to the user manual of your device).

The default PIN is <0000> or <1234> (refer to the user manual of your device).

Contact your local Service Hotline or send an email to our Support via
  1. The power consumption is too high.
  2. The USB device is formatted incorrectly.
  1. Connect an extra power supply adapter to your USB HDD device.
  2. Format the USB device on a PC to FAT 32.
The read/write speed of your USB device could be too low.
Make sure to use a USB storage device with sufficient speed and space. Pen drives (‘USB sticks’) may not support sufficient speed.