Alba Set Top Box CDVB5 Specifications

ALBA - Set Top Box
Installation & User Instructions – Please keep for future reference
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Important – Please read these instructions fully before installing or using
These instructions contain important information which will help you get the best from your appliance
and ensure safe and correct installation, use and maintenance.
If you need help or have damaged or missing parts, call the Customer Helpline: 0870 600 3030
Contents
Safety Information2
Safety warning2
2-core plug information
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Functions & Controls
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Installation4
Making the connections
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Connection to a TV 4
Remote control battery installation 4
User Instructions 5-13
Getting started5
System power ON / OFF
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Switching between Radio & TV
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Volume controls5
Using subtitles5
Using digital text
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The info banner
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Quick station select menu
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Last program recall
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Audio & language selection
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Electronic program guide
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Wake up timer
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Digital TV7
Channel manager8
Channel organiser8
Channel sorting9
Channel grouping9
Delete all10
Installation10
Configuration
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OSD Settings11
TV Settings11
System Settings11
Time Settings11-12
Wake Up Timer Settings
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Parental Lock13
Factory Default13
Version13
Care and Maintenance
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Troubleshooting14
Technical Specifications
Disposal information 15
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Guarantee16
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Product Codes
CDVB5
Safety Information
Important – Please read these instructions fully before installation
Safety Warning
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Attempts to repair this will invalidate the warranty.
Refer repairs to this CDVB5 to a qualified service
personnel only.
Do not disassemble this CDVB5.
There are dangerous-voltage parts inside that
may cause electric shock even after power is
disconnected.
Store your CDVB5 in a clean, dry environment.
Unplug the CDVB5 immediately if it gets wet, and
consult a servicing technician.
Always unplug the CDVB5 before cleaning it.
Wipe dust off the cabinet of the CDVB5 with a clean,
dry and soft cloth.
Do not place any objects on top of the CDVB5.
Avoid exposing your CDVB5 directly to sunlight or
other heat sources.
Put your CDVB5 in a well-ventilated area away from
high humidity.
Do not expose this CDVB5 to rain or moisture,
dripping or splashing.
For stubborn stains use a damp (not dripping) cloth.
Do not use any cleaning solutions on this CDVB5.
Safety Warning
Electrical Information
This CDVB5 is fitted with a BS1363/A 13 amp plug.
If it is not suitable for your supply sockets it must be
removed and replaced with an appropriate plug. If the plug
becomes damaged and/or needs to be replaced please
follow the wiring instructions below. The plug removed
must be disposed of immediately. It must not be plugged
into a supply socket as this will be an electrical hazard.
If the fuse needs to be replaced it must be of the same
rating and ASTA approved to BS1362. If the plug is
changed, a fuse of the appropriate rating must be fitted in
the plug, adapter or at the distribution board. If the fuse in
a moulded plug is replaced, the fuse cover must be refitted
before the appliance can be used.
2-Core plug
WARNING: Do not connect either wire to the earth
terminal.
This symbol indicates that this 2-core appliance is
Class II and does not require an earth connection.
Safety Tips
If smoke, abnormal noise or odour comes out of the
CDVB5, unplug from the mains supply immediately and
contact the retailer. Never try to repair the CDVB5 on
your own. Always contact the dealer.
NOTE: This manual contains for-reference-only graphics
and information that are subject to change without notice.
EN 060065
As per the EN 60065 norm requirements, please pay
particular attention to the following safety guidelines.
Do not obstruct the air vents with objects such as
newspapers, table cloths, curtains etc.
Allow at least 5 cm around the product to allow enough
ventilation.
Do not place the product on or near flammable objects
such as lit candles. The device may not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and no object filled with liquid, such
as vases, must be put on the device. If the mains power
supply is used as the on / off control, it must be easily
accessible.
Please respect the environment and the law : do not throw
batteries with the household rubbish ; take them back to
your retailer and dispose of them in the correct container.
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CAUTION: Dangerous voltages exist inside this unit. Do not
remove cover (or back). no user serviceable parts inside refer
servicing to qualified service personnel. Disconnect from
mains supply when not in use.
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following wiring codes:
Blue........................................................Neutral
Brown..........................................................Live
The wires in this mains lead must be connected to the terminals in the plug as follows:
Blue Wire...........................................N or Black
Brown Wire...........................................L or Red
Only a 3 Amp fuse should be fitted in the plug.
WARNING: Under no circumstances must the live or neutral
wires be connected to the earth terminal in a 3- pin mains
plug.
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Functions
Please familiarize yourself with the parts and accessories listed below
Parts included
1 x Main Unit
2 x AAA batteries
Features & Functions
1 x Remote Control
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MAIN UNIT
1. Remote sensor
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2. LED indicator
3. Antenna input
4. Loop output
5. Scart socket
6. Mains cable
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REMOTE CONTROL
7. POWER/STANDBY button
8. Numeric keypad
9. FAVOURITE PROGRAM button
10. EPG button
11. SUBTITLE button
12. MENU button
13. ZOOM button
14. SCROLL UP button
15. SCROLL LEFT button
16. SCROLL DOWN button
17. CHANNEL + button
18. CHANNEL - button
19. FAV / DAILY button
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20. DEL button
21. MUTE button
22. LANGUAGE button
23. ASPECT RATIO button: Press to cycle between
4:3LB, 4:3PS & 16:9 aspect ratios.
24. TV/RADIO button
25. INFO button
26. RECALL button
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NEXT / ZOOM+ button
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PREV / ZOOM- button
29. EXIT button
30. TEXT button
31. SCROLL RIGHT button
32. VOLUME - button
33. VOLUME + button
34. LOCK / TIMER button
35. MOVE / PROGRAM INFO button
If you have damaged or missing parts,
call the Customer Helpline: 0870 600 3030
Installation
Important – Please read these instructions fully before using
Making the connections
PVR/VCR
TV
AERIAL
SCART TO SCART CABLE
How do I connect the CDVB5 to my TV set?
Fitting the batteries in the remote
1. Put the CDVB5 on a firm, level surface with at
least 10 centimetres gap around all the sides and
close to the TV you are going to connect it to.
1. Remove the battery cover. Insert two size AAA
batteries so that the ‘+’ and ‘-’ marks match the
‘+’ and ‘-’ marks inside the unit.
2. Turn off the mains socket your TV is plugged into
or pull the plug out of the socket.
3. Take the aerial lead out of the TV and connect it
to the ANT IN connector on the back panel of the
CDVB5.
4. Connect a scart connector at each end (not
supplied) between the SCART-TV socket on the
back panel of the CDVB5 and the Scart socket
on your TV, if there is more than one Scart
connector on the TV, look in your TV instruction
manual to check which one you should use.
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2. Replace the battery cover.
6. Plug the mains lead into the mains socket.
7. Plug the TV back into the mains socket.
NOTE: The CDVB5 will not work if you do not have
the scart-to-scart cable connected.
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User Instructions
Getting started
1. The first time you power on the CDVB5 when
connected correctly you will see the following
screen.
2. Use the
and the /
/ buttons to navigate up or down
buttons to change the options.
3. When complete press the ENTER button.
You will be asked if you want to complete the
installation. Use the / buttons to select YES
and then press the ENTER button to finish the
installation.
4. A channel search will automatically begin and list
all the available stations.
If multiple transmitters are available select which
you wish to use from the pop up menu.
System power ON / OFF
Using subtitles
To use subtitles, press the SUBTITLE button on the
remote control. When activated the screen below
will be shown.
Use the button to enable subtitles and select from
the available languages using the / buttons.
Press the ENTER button to activate.
NOTE: DON’T FORGET! Subtitles are only shown
when they are broadcast with the programme. Not
all programmes have subtitles.
Using digital text
Many digital channels also provide digital text.
For example this could be information about
programmes, the weather, news and many other
topics.
1. To use digital text, press the TEXT button on the
remote control. An example is shown below.
1. To power the system ON or OFF press the
POWER button on the remote control.
Switching between Radio & TV
1. Pressing the TV/RADIO button switches
between the TV station list & the radio station
list.
Volume controls
You can change the volume of your CDVB5 by
using the VOL+ and VOL- buttons on the remote
control. VOL+ will increase the volume and VOLwill decrease the volume. To turn the volume off,
press the MUTE button on the remote control. To
turn it back on, press the MUTE button again.
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2. To exit digital text press the EXIT button.
User Instructions
The info banner
Quick station select menu
The info banner can be accessed when your are
watching a TV programme.
1. Press the INFO button once to display the
current and next program on the current channel.
2. Press the INFO button again to display more
detail of the current program in view.
NOTE: You can customise the quick select
menu further using channel grouping to assign
descriptions to channels & also add a favourite
mark to filter channels based on your favourites.
These are explained later in the manual.
4. Once set up you can filter the favourite channels
by pressing the FAV button.
5. Once set up you can view channels based on
their descriptions using the / buttons.
Each press will scroll to a new category. EG:
News, Science & Sports etc.
Last program recall
The info banner gives you technical details about
the station being viewed, along with signal strength
and quality markers.
Quick station select menu
1. Pressing the ENTER button in either TV or Radio
mode will display the QUICK SELECT menu.
It is possible to return to the previous stations
viewed by simply pressing the RECALL button
on the remote. To return back to the initial station
press the RECALL button again.
Audio & language selection
When viewing a station pressing the LANG button
on the remote will display the language selection
screen.
2. Use the / buttons to navigate the channel
list and press the ENTER button to select a
station.
3. To exit the QUICK SELECT menu press the
EXIT button.
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User Instructions
Audio & language selection
1. Use the / buttons to navigate to the
language you wish to hear and press the ENTER
button to select.
2. You can also select between STEREO, RIGHT
or LEFT channel audio by pressing the /
buttons to cycle through the options. Press the
ENTER button to select and view the channel.
Electronic program guide
The EPG (Electronic Program Guide) is an
on-screen TV guide. it shows all scheduled
programmes seven days in advance for every
available channel.
1. Press the EPG button to display the guide.
Wake up timer
1. The wakeup timer function can be activated from
the EPG menu. Highlight the program you wish
to use as the wakeup program and press the
TIMER (blue) button to display the wakeup timer
settings. Further details on page 12.
2. The default settings will be set based on the
program you selected in the EPG. If you need to
edit the settings use the
/ / / buttons.
When editing the date a calendar screen will be
displayed. Select the required date and press the
ENTER button.
3. When finished setting the details press the
ENTER button to store the wake up function.
The program will then be displayed in green text
on the EPG.
4. The TIMER NO option at the top of the list allows
up to 8 wake up functions to be set.
Digital TV
Press the MENU button to display the following
screen. Use ENTER to activate Digital TV options.
Below is the Digital TV menu.
Channel manager
2. Use the / buttons to select a channel. Press
the ENTER button to activate that channel.
3. Press the button to switch to the program
list. Scroll through the programs on the selected
channel using the / buttons.
4. To scroll through the days use the
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buttons to cycle from todays day through to the
same day next week.
5. Press the EPG or EXIT button to close the
electronic program guide.
6. Pressing the P.INFO button (yellow) will display
detailed information about the currently selected
program. Press EXIT to return to the EPG.
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The channel manager offers several methods of
organising channels. Such as marking favourite
channels and adding descriptions to channels.
Channel organiser
1. Select the CHANNEL ORGANISER option from
the Channel manager menu.
User Instructions
Digital TV
2. You will note the key for the coloured button
Digital TV
4. Press the EXIT button, select YES from the
option menu, then press ENTER to delete the
marked channels.
Move a channel
It is possible to re-arrange the order channels are
displayed in the EPG.
1. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
available channels.
commands on the bottom panel of the interface.
RED: Favourite, YELLOW: Move, BLUE: Lock &
GREEN: Delete.
Setting favourite channels
1. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
available channels.
2. When selected press the RED button to assign
2. When selected press the YELLOW button to
activate the move function.
3. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
channels until you reach the required new
location.
4. Press the ENTER button to re-locate the channel
listing.
NOTE: the channel will be re-located above the
selected channel in the list.
Lock a channel
This function will add a parental lock to assigned
channels.
1. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
available channels.
that channel as a FAVOURITE. Press again to
remove the function.
Delete a channel
1. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
available channels.
2. When selected press the GREEN button to
earmark that channel for deletion from the
channel list.
3. Continue steps 1-2 until you have marked all the
channels you wish to be deleted.
2. When selected press the BLUE button to
activate the lock function.
3. A 4 digit pass code is required to proceed with
this function. The default code is ‘0000’.
4. When entered the channel will display a padlock
icon to indicate it is locked. You can proceed
to press the BLUE button adding locks to other
channels.
5. Press the EXIT button when finished.
6. Any locked stations, selected for viewing will
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User Instructions
Digital TV
Digital TV
require the 4 digit pass code.
Rename a channel
1. Press either / to rename the selected
channel.
2. Use the numeric keypad to assign a new name.
Press each number repeatedly to cycle through
the characters assigned to that number. The
on- screen key shows a visible reference.
3. After adding each letter or number wait for a few
seconds before adding another.
4. Press the ENTER button to store the new name.
Channel grouping
Channel grouping allows you to assign descriptions
to each channel to enable listing by genre.
1. Select the CHANNEL GROUPING option from
the Channel manager menu.
2. Use the / buttons to scroll through the list of
available channels.
3. When selected choose which description ( on the
right of the display ) matches the station and
press the corresponding numeric key. EG: ESPN
I would like assigned to SPORT so press the 4
button.
Channel sorting
The channel sorting function allows you to filter the
way located channels are sorted. For example how
they are listed A-Z or Z-A.
1. Select the CHANNEL SORTING option from
the Channel manager menu.
FIRST OPTION: Select between UK and All Area.
SECOND OPTION: Select between ALL , FTA
(Free to Air) and Scramble ( all pay per view
channels ).
THIRD OPTION: Select from A to Z ( stations A
through to Z ), Z to A ( stations Z through to A ),
LCN+ ( Logical Channel Number order ) or LCN- (
Logical Channel Number in reverse order ).
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4. Once all descriptions are assigned press the
EXIT button to store and exit the menu.
Delete all
You my need to delete the TV or radio channel
database, for example you have moved or removed
some channels or you wish to start from scratch
organising them.
User Instructions
Digital TV
Digital TV
1. Select the DELETE ALL option from the Channel
manager menu.
2. A 4 digit pass code is required to proceed with
this function. The default code is ‘0000’.
3. Once the pass code has been entered you will
have a choice of “All TV Channels” or “All Radio
Channels”. Press ENTER to make the selection.
2. Press the ENTER button and wait for the search
to commence. If the display returns back to the
Installation screen immediately then no stations
where found on that Channel number.
3. If stations are found on the Channel number
and confirm by selecting YES and pressing
ENTER again.
4. Press the EXIT button once complete to return to
the Channel Manager screen.
Installation
There are two methods of installation as follows:
Auto search
When selected the AUTO SEARCH function starts
automatically. Any stations found will be added to
the channel list for radio & TV.
NOTE: If your location falls between transmitters,
then you will be requested to select one after the
scan is complete.
Manual search
The manual search function requires some
knowledge of digital TV or a specific channels
settings.
1. Set the CHANNEL NAME value to the Channel
number you wish to search.
the channel list will be built until all are found.
Then the display will return to the Installation
screen.
The configuration menu allows you to alter the
default settings of the CDVB5.
OSD Settings
OSD: Use the / buttons to cycle through
various coloured versions of the graphic interface.
OSD Timeout: Sets the duration the On-Screen
display stays visible for when not in use. The
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User Instructions
Configuration
default is 6 seconds. Use the /
through the options 1-6 seconds.
Configuration
buttons to cycle
Saturation: Use the / buttons to enter the
Saturation level options. Then use the /
buttons to select from 0 to 12. Press ENTER to
apply the saturation level setting.
System Settings
EQ Setup: The sound can be altered with EQ
presets. Use the / buttons to cycle through the
options of: Standard, Classic, Rock, Jazz & Pop.
OSD Trans: Controls the translucency of the
interface. Use the / buttons to cycle through
the options 10% - 60%.
OSD Language, Audio Language & Subtitle
Language: Use the / buttons to enter the
language selection options. Then use the /
buttons to select the language you require from
English, Gaelic or Welsh. Press the ENTER button
to store the setting.
TV Settings
Aspect Ratio: This setting controls how the picture
fits the screen depending on the TV used. Press
the / buttons to cycle through 16:9, 4:3LB (
letter box ) or 4:3PS ( Pan & Scan ).
Video Output: Press the / buttons to cycle
through the two options of RGB or CVBS
depending on what signal your TV requires.
Brightness: Use the / buttons to enter the
Brightness level options. Then use the /
buttons to select from 0% to 100%. Press ENTER
to apply the brightness level setting.
Contrast: Use the / buttons to enter the
Contrast level options. Then use the / buttons
to select from 0% to 100%. Press ENTER to apply
the contrast level setting.
HUE: Use the / buttons to enter the Hue level
options. Then use the / buttons to select from
-6 to +6. Press ENTER to apply the hue level.
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Surround: The surround setting adds a spatial EQ
effect to the sound to simulate an environment. Use
the / buttons to cycle through the options of:
Off, Concert, Church, Passive & Live.
LCN: Means Logical Channel Number and
denotes wether the stations are listed by channel
number IE: BBC, BBC2 etc or by station order.
Area: Set the country location. Use the
buttons to select.
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Parental Rating: Restrictions based on age can
be set here by setting an age limit. Any programs
exceeding that age will require the pass code to
view.
When selected a 4 digit pass code is required to
proceed with the function. The default code is
‘0000’. You can then use the / buttons to select
the age. Press ENTER to store the setting.
Auto Standby: The auto standby function shuts the
unit down into the standby mode when left unused
for 3 hours. Use the / buttons to select ON or
OFF.
When set to ON you will see a pop up appear
after 3 hours asking if you’d like to stop the auto
standby process. Simply select NO and press the
ENTER button to remain viewing.
Channel Update: This function keeps channel
listings current if any alterations are made to the
transmission.
OAD Upgrade: Enabling this option allows
software updates to be applied over transmissions.
The Manual option stops any updates being applied
unless performed manually. Auto allows updates to
be applied when the unit is on or in standby mode.
The Setup Menu
Configuration
Time Settings
Timer Mode: When set to AUTO the system’s time
settings will be obtained from the transmission
signal. To set manually use the / buttons to
select MANUAL.
Configuration
CHANNEL or ON.
• Wakeup Channel: Select the channel you wish
to view.
• Wakeup Date: Use the displayed calendar to
1. Scroll down to the DATE setting using the /
buttons. Press the / buttons to activate the
calendar screen, where you use a combination of
the / / / buttons to navigate the calendar
until you find the correct date. Press the ENTER
button to store the date.
2. After scrolling down to the TIME setting use the
/ buttons to select the digit you wish to
change. Press the relevant numeric key for the
number you wish to enter. Press either /
buttons to store the setting.
3. GMT OFFSET is only available when the TIMER
MODE is set to AUTO. Use the
/ / /
buttons to set your GMT offset zone. Leaving
on AUTO sets the zone depending on the
transmission.
4. The SUMMER TIME setting is only available
when the GMT OFFSET option is set to anything
but AUTO. Use the / buttons to cycle
between ON & OFF.
Wake Up Timer Settings
The wake up timer allows you to set a reminder
when a program is about to start, or for timer
recording to a PVR or VCR device.
• Timer NO: This allows you to set up to 8 wake
up timers.
• Timer Mode: Set to OFF, ONCE, DAILY,
WEEKLY or YEARLY.
• Wakeup Mode: Select from OFF, MESSAGE,
select the date for the wake up operation.
• On Time: Sets the time the wake up operation
will start.
• Duration: Sets the duration the wake up
operation stays active for.
Example 1: You are watching a program on BBC1,
but wish to view a program later on BBC2 at
2.30pm which runs for 30 mins.
1. The settings would be as follows:
Timer No
1
TImer Mode
Once
Wakeup Mode
Channel
Wakeup Channel
BBC2
Wakeup Date
11.04.2010
On Time
14:30
Duration
00:30
2. Press the EXIT button a number of times to
return to the TV and save the setting you just set.
You can now continue to watch the TV.
3. When the timer reaches the programmed time
the set top box will change to the chosen channel
and display it for the selected duration.
4. When the 30 minutes duration comes to an end
the set top box will revert back to the channel you
where watching prior to the wake up operation.
Example 2: You wish to make a recording of a
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User Instructions
Configuration
Configuration
program to a PVR or VCR via the scart socket
while your out. The selected program is on BBC2 at
3.30pm and lasts for 2 hours.
1. The settings would be as follows:
Timer No
1
TImer Mode
Once
Wakeup Mode
Channel
Wakeup Channel
BBC2
Wakeup Date
11.04.2010
On Time
15:30
Duration
02:00
2. Press the EXIT button a number of times to
return to the TV and save the setting you just set.
You can now continue to watch the TV or press
the STANDBY button.
3. When the timer reaches the programmed time
the set top box will change to the chosen channel
and display it for the selected duration.
Parental Lock
Use this screen to change the default Parental lock
code of ‘0000’ to whatever code you wish.
1. When selected, the initial option is to enter the
existing pass code. if you have not changed it,
enter the following ‘0000’.
2. Next enter your new pass code.
3. Enter the new pass code again to ensure you
entered the correct code in the second option.
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4. The new pass code has been set.
NOTE: If you cannot remember your newly set pass
code then the default override pass code is ‘8888’.
Factory Default
Should you wish to restore the unit back to the
factory default settings.
1. Select Factory Default from the Digital TV
menu.
2. Enter the pass code. The default is ‘0000’.
3. Select YES from the pop up options screen
asking do you want to perform the operation.
Press the ENTER button to initiate.
4. The display will show “factory Default” and
return to the Initial install screen outlined on page
5 of this manual.
5. Perform the steps on page 5 to begin the initial
setup again.
Version
If for any reason you wish to check the software
version of your unit activate this function for details.
Care and Maintenance
Important: Always unplug the appliance from the power socket during cleaning and
maintenance.
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Never use any sharp instruments or abrasive substances, soap, household cleaner, detergent or wax
polish for cleaning.
Clean the external surfaces with a damp soft cloth only. Never use abrasive products or solvents as it
may damage the appliance.
Troubleshooting
In the unlikely event of difficulties with your appliance please follow the trouble shooting guide below.
If the problem persists, contact the retailer if the machine is still under guarantee.
Customer helpline: 0870 600 3030
Problem
Cause
Solution
No display on the TV screen.
• No power
• Make sure the mains plug is correctly
connected to the socket.
• Check cable connections in both the TV &
unit.
• Cable unplugged
“No Signal”
• Is the aerial installation working?
• The aerial cable may not be
connected.
• The transmission signal may not
be broadcasting.
• The program setup is incorrect.
• Re-install the aerial setup.
• Check the cables.
The unit plays a strange
sound
• Multiple audio tracks can
sometimes cause this
interference.
• Change the audio track using the LANG
button on the remote control.
The remote does not
respond
• The batteries may be inserted
incorrectly.
• The batteries may be dead.
• Check the polarities match & the batteries
are correctly inserted.
• Replace the batteries.
Forgotten the Pass Code
The unit asks to shutdown
every 3 hours
• Try again later.
• Check the settings in the installation menu.
• Use the default override code ‘8888’.
• The Auto Standby function is ON.
• Disable the Auto Standby function in the
configuration options.
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Technical Specifications
Tuner
Input Level
Input Impedance
-77 ~-20dBm
75Ω
Channel Decoding
Waveform
Demodulation
FEC
Mode
Guard
COFDM
QPSK,16QAM,64QAM
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6. 7/8
2K, 8K
1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Demultiplexer
Standard
Input Max. Bit Stream Rate
ISO/IEC 13818-1
60Mbps(Serial)/7.5MBps(Parallel)
Video Decoding
Standard
Aspect Ratio
Video Resolution
ISO/IEC 13818-2, MPEG-2 MP@ML
4:3, 16:9
720 576 (PAL), 720 480 (NTSC)
Audio Decoding
Standard
Output Mode
Sampling Frequency
ISO/IEC 13818-3
Left channel, Right channel, Stereo
32, 44.1, 48KHz
Memory
Flash Memory
SDRAM
16MB
8X16MB
Outputs
1 x Scart
1 x RF Loop through
Input
1 x RF coaxial
We apologise for any inconvenience caused by any minor inconsistencies in these instructions,
which may occur as a result of product improvements and development.
This appliance complies with the following EEC directives:
2006/95/EEC Low voltage directive
2004/108/EEC EMC directive
Disposal Information
The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it should be handed over to the applicable collection point for
the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For
more detailed information about recycling this product, please contact your local council office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where the product was purchased.
Battery Disposal Information
Your product contains a built-in rechargable battery covered by the European Directive 2006/66/EC. To
safeguard the functionality and safety of your product, always take your product to an official collection
point or service centre where a professional can remove the battery.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries because the correct
disposal will help prevent negative consequences for the environmental and human health. Please do not
dispose of your batteries with your normal household waste.
Always bring your product to a professional to remove the battery.
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Guarantee
PRODUCT GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of
Year
This product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase.
Any defect that arises due to faulty materials or workmanship will either be replaced,
refunded or repaired free of charge where possible during this period by the dealer from
whom you purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
y The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse, cabinet parts, knobs or
consumable items.
y The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the instructions
contained in this manual.
y It must be used solely for domestic purpose.
y The guarantee will be rendered invalided if the product is re-sold or has been damaged by
inexpert repair.
y Specifications are subject to change without notice.
y The manufacturer disclaims any liability for the incidental or consequential damages.
y The guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Guarantor: Home Retail Group
489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2NW
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