Thank you for purchasing STB10HD Digital High Definition Set Top Box.
This manual will help you to install, use and maintain the receiver. Please read this manual
carefully before operating your unit and keep it for future reference.
Warning & Note
In this manual, pay special attention to the following marks that indicate hazardous situations.
v Warning: Alert user to the operation which could result in device damage or data loss, and
the presence of a hazardous situation which could result in serious injury.
v Note: Remind user of presence of possible problems and information of any importance to
help understand, use and maintain the installation.
Note: The information in this user’s manual is subject to change without notice. The
photos and function explanations in the manual are for reference. If any discrepancy
exists, please refer to the entity.
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Safety Instruction
Read following items carefully before operating this receiver.
Installation
™ This receiver should be installed horizontally. Unbalanced installation may cause damage.
™ Install the receiver in a place with:
good ventilation (leave space not less than 10cm around this receiver)
no heat source (burning candle, radiator, heater, fireplace, amplifier, etc)
suitable temperature
against humidity (especially bathroom, kitchen, etc)
no direct sunlight
low vibration
Maintenance
™ Unplug this receiver from wall outlet before changing connections between this unit and
other related equipments.
™ Don’t unplug or insert signal, audio and video cables when this receiver is turned on.
™ To avoid the risk of lightning strike, unplug power cord of the receiver from wall outlet in
lightning storm.
™ Unplug power cord from wall outlet when the unit is not used for a long time or damaged
accidentally.
™ Turn off this unit first, after 1 to 2 hours turn it on when move this receiver from a cold
environment to a hot environment, vice versa.
™ To avoid the risk of fire or electric shock, don’t expose this receiver to rain, splashing and
don’t put object with liquid on this unit.
™ Do not cover vents of this receiver with newspaper, table cloth, curtain, etc.
™ Don’t put heavy objects on this receiver.
™ Unplug power cord of this receiver from wall outlet before cleaning. To reduce damage,
clean this unit with dry cloth. Do not let liquid and spray flow into this device to avoid
serious damage.
™ There is dangerous voltage in product enclosure. Do not remove the cover (or back) to
avoid the risk of fire or electric shock.
Power Socket and Power Cord
™ The power socket should be available near the receiver and well grounded.
™ Do not insert or pull out the power cord with wet hands to avoid electric shock or fire.
™ Do not use damaged power cord. If power cord is damaged, contact your local operator for
replacement to avoid risk of fire or electric shock.
™ Do not excessively bend the power cord, and do not place heavy objects on it, which could
cause damage, electric shock or fire.
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RCU Battery
™ Batteries should be installed in accordance with the (+/-) markings on battery compartment.
™ Remove batteries if RCU not be used for a long time.
™ Replace batteries if there is no enough power and dispose battery waste properly for
environmental protection.
Others
™ The all-pole power switch of this receiver is on rear panel. Switch it to “I”, related equipment
will connect with power supply. Switch it to “o”, related equipment will disconnect with
power supply completely.
™ Only use accessories specified by the manufacturer, as other unsupported accessories
may cause damage to the receiver.
Symbols on the Receiver
Part 1: Warning Mark
This mark appears on rear panel of this receiver, painted prominently in contrasting color to
background. It consists of two graphical symbols and warning messages. The detailed
specifications are as follows:
Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, don’t remove the cover (or
back). Equipment service and maintenance should be undertaken by
qualified personnel.
This symbol alerts user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
in product enclosure that sufficient magnitude will constitute risk to person.
This symbol reminds user of presence of important operation and
maintenance instructions in literature accompanying this receiver.
Part 2: CE Mark
This mark appears on rear panel of this receiver, painted prominently in contrasting color to
background.
This mark tells you that the receiver is following the provisions of Council
Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member
States relating to the electromagnetic compatibility and the provisions of
Council Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC on the approximation of the
laws of the Member States relating to low voltage and electrical safety.
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Contents
1. Before Using the Receiver .................................................................................................. 2
1.1 Main Feature ................................................................................................................. 2
1.2 Front Panel ................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Rear Panel .................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Remote Control Unit (RCU) .......................................................................................... 5
2. Installation ............................................................................................................................ 7
2.1 Connect TV ................................................................................................................... 7
2.2 Connect other Device ................................................................................................... 9
2.3 Power on ..................................................................................................................... 10
2.4 Scan Channel ............................................................................................................. 10
3. Basic Operation.................................................................................................................. 11
3.1 Channel Switch ........................................................................................................... 11
3.2 Volume Control ........................................................................................................... 11
3.3 Channel Information Bar ............................................................................................. 11
3.4 Channel List ................................................................................................................ 12
3.5 Favorite Channel List .................................................................................................. 12
3.6 Teletext........................................................................................................................ 12
3.7 Subtitle ........................................................................................................................ 12
4. Electronic Program Guide (EPG) ...................................................................................... 13
4.1 Full Guide.................................................................................................................... 13
4.2 Simple Guide .............................................................................................................. 13
4.3 Remind List ................................................................................................................. 14
5. USB Application ................................................................................................................. 14
5.1 MP3 Play..................................................................................................................... 14
5.2 Picture Browse ............................................................................................................ 14
6. Channel Scan...................................................................................................................... 15
6.1 Auto Scan.................................................................................................................... 15
6.2 Manual Scan ............................................................................................................... 15
7. Channel Edit ....................................................................................................................... 16
7.1 Set Favorite Channel .................................................................................................. 16
7.2 Rename Channel ........................................................................................................ 16
7.3 Sort Channel ............................................................................................................... 16
7.4 Add/Delete Channel .................................................................................................... 17
7.5 Move Channel ............................................................................................................. 17
7.6 Search Channel .......................................................................................................... 17
8. Setup ................................................................................................................................... 18
8.1 System Setting ............................................................................................................ 18
8.2 Screen Setting ............................................................................................................ 18
8.3 Parental Control .......................................................................................................... 18
8.4 Region Setting ............................................................................................................ 20
8.5 Factory Default............................................................................................................ 20
9. System Information............................................................................................................ 20
10. Software Upgrade by USB............................................................................................... 21
11. Appendix ........................................................................................................................... 22
11.1 Trouble Shooting ....................................................................................................... 22
11.2 Specification .............................................................................................................. 23
11.3 Acronym .................................................................................................................... 24
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1. Before Using the Receiver
1.1 Main Feature
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Dolby 5.1 supported
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MP3 play and picture browse
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Teletext/subtitle supported
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EPG supported
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16 favorite channel groups
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Memory space up to 1000 channels
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Support automatic, manual scan
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Powerful channel edit function
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Parental control supported
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Software upgrade supported
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Standby with low power consumption
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HDMI output: support 1080i/720p/576p/576i
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YPbPr output: support 1080i/720p/576p/576i
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COAXIAL & S/P DIF audio supported
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USB 2.0 interface supported
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1.2 Front Panel
Name
Function
1. STAND BY
Switch between operation and standby modes (In standby
mode, the receiver is disconnected with power supply.)
2. SENSOR
Receive infrared remote control signal
3. DISPLAY
Display status
4. USB slot
Open the cover to insert specific USB device
5. CH+/-
Switch channels or move cursor up/down
6. VOL+/-
Adjust volume or move cursor right/left
7. OK
Display channel list or confirm operation
8. MENU
Display/exit from main menu
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1.3 Rear Panel
Name
Function
1. VIDEO
Output CVBS video signal to TV
2. S-VIDEO
Output Y/C video signal to TV
3. Y/Pb/Pr
Output Y/Pb/Pr video signal to TV (support high definition output)
4/5. L/R-AUDIO
Output left/right audio signal to TV or amplifier
6. COAXIAL
Output digital audio signal to amplifier
7. S/P DIF
Output digital audio signal to amplifier
8. HDMI
Output high definition video and audio signal to TV
9. RS-232
Serial port used for software upgrade (authorized for qualified
personnel)
10. ANT IN
Connect to terrestrial antenna
11. LOOP OUT
Loop output RF signal to another receiver
12. 100-240V~
AC power supply
13. ON/OFF
Power switch
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1.4 Remote Control Unit (RCU)
Name
Function
1. Learning keys
Please refer to Learning Key.
2. The keys of the receiver
Switch between operation and standby
modes (In standby mode, the receiver is
disconnected with power supply.)
Mute/restore sound
TV/RADIO
Switch between TV and radio modes
0-9
Switch channels or input numbers
FORMAT
Switch video resolutions
BACK
Back to previously viewed channel
PAGE /
Page down/up
MENU
Display/exit from main menu
EXIT
Back to previous menu or exit from
operation
Switch channels or move cursor up/down
Adjust volume or move cursor left/right
Notes:
• The keys mentioned in the
manual refer to that on
RCU except for special
explanations.
• Please operate according
to key instructions on
screen.
OK
Display channel list or confirm operation
CH+/-
Switch channels
VOL+/-
Adjust volume
FREEZE
Pause/restore play
AUDIO
Switch audio languages
A.RATIO
Switch screen formats
FAV
Display favorite channel list
TXT
Display teletext type window
SUB.T
Display subtitle list
GUIDE
Display EPG
INFO
Display channel information bar
USB
Display USB partition
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Learning Key
The receiver RCU has some learning keys at the lower part. The keys (except SET key) can be
used to memorize corresponding key values of TV RCU. After learning, you can realize remote
control for TV with the receiver RCU.
The recommended keys are POWER, TV/AV, VOL+ and VOL- of TV RCU. The TV/AV
identifier varies with different types of TV RCU.
Instruction:
1. Keep pressing SET key on the receiver RCU for 3
seconds or more, the indicator status changes
from low light to high light, then stop pressing SET
key.
2. Press a learning key on the receiver RCU (such as
POWER key), indicator flashes quickly.
3. Aim the TV RCU at “receiving window” of the
receiver RCU, and press the corresponding key on
the TV RCU (such as POWER key) to learn. The
indicator status changes from flashing to always
bright, which means the learning is successful.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set other learning keys in
the same way.
5. After setting, press SET key to exit, and indicator
is off.
6. If the operation fails, please try again according to
above steps.
Notes:
• During setting, put the two RCUs on same
horizontal surface and the space between
them should be within 5cm.
• If there is no operation in 20 seconds, the
receiver RCU will exit from learning mode
automatically.
• You can operate the learning for times, but
only the last one can be saved.
• Some TV RCUs may not support this function.
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2. Installation
Connect TV and other devices, then you can power on the receiver and scan channels.
2.1 Connect TV
Please choose one of following 4 ways to connect TV.
1. Connect TV Using RCA Cable
1. Connect ANT IN port on the receiver to terrestrial antenna with an RF cable.
2. Connect VIDEO port on the receiver to corresponding port on TV.
3. Connect R/L-AUDIO ports on the receiver to corresponding ports on TV.
2. Connect TV Using S-VIDEO Cable
1. Connect ANT IN port on the receiver to terrestrial antenna with an RF cable.
2. Connect S-VIDEO port on the receiver to S-VIDEO port on TV.
3. Connect R/L-AUDIO ports on the receiver to corresponding ports on TV.
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3. Connect TV Using YPbPr Cable
1. Connect ANT IN port on the receiver to terrestrial antenna with an RF cable.
2. Connect Y/Pb/Pr ports on the receiver to Y/Pb/Pr ports on TV.
3. Connect R/L-AUDIO ports on the receiver to corresponding ports on TV.
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4. Connect TV Using HDMI Cable
1. Connect ANT IN port on the receiver to terrestrial antenna with an RF cable.
2. Connect HDMI port on the receiver to HDMI port on TV.
2.2 Connect other Device
For connection of other devices, please refer to following figure:
™ Connect LOOP OUT port on the receiver to ANT IN port on another receiver.
™ Connect COAXIAL port on the receiver to corresponding port on amplifier with a COAXIAL
cable, or connect S/P DIF port on the receiver to corresponding port on amplifier with an
S/P DIF cable, or connect R/L-AUDIO ports on the receiver to corresponding ports on
amplifier.
Please note:
Due to the integrated MEPS standard, your STB10HD outputs no power while in stand-by.
Therefore the loop out connection will not output a signal when this unit is in stand-by. It is
recommended that you use a dedicated antenna point for your set top box or purchase a 2 way
splitter to separate the signal before it enters the set top box. Should you require further
information please call 1800 337 366.
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Note: If you encounter any problem during the connections, please contact your local
operator.
2.3 Power on
1. Connect the power cord of the receiver to wall outlet.
2. Turn on the receiver, and system initializes. If you
turn on the receiver for the first time, an installation
guide appears on screen. You can set region, TV
type and resolution suitable for your conditions.
Notes:
• The installation guide will also run after
restoring factory default.
• Please turn on your TV and switch it to AV mode.
2.4 Scan Channel
After above setting, press OK key to switch to scan
window. System will scan channels automatically.
After scanning, setup result will be displayed on
screen. Press OK key to complete setup and exit to
watch TV.
If there are some channels stored in the receiver,
program will be played automatically, and the channel
number is shown on front panel DISPLAY.
Note: For more scan details, please refer to 6.
Channel Scan.
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3. Basic Operation
This part describes operations such as channel switch, volume control and other basic
operations when playing program.
3.1 Channel Switch
You can switch channels using the following methods:
A. Press
or CH+/- keys to switch channels.
B. Input channel number with number keys.
C. Select channel in channel list.
For detailed operations, please refer to 3.4 Channel
List.
D. Select channel in favorite channel list.
For detailed operations, please refer to 3.5 Favorite
Channel List.
3.2 Volume Control
Press
Press
or VOL-/+ keys to adjust volume.
key to mute/restore sound.
3.3 Channel Information Bar
Press INFO key or press
keys to display channel information bar.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Channel number and name
Current and next program information
Current date and time
Icons
Bright if the channel is a favorite channel
Bright if any program in the channel is scheduled
Current video resolution
Current audio language
Bright if the channel has subtitle
Bright if the channel has teletext
Current parental control rating
5. TV/radio mode icon
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3.4 Channel List
Channel list is available for you to browse channels
easily and quickly.
1. Press OK key to display channel list.
2. Press TV/RADIO key to switch between TV and
radio modes.
3. Press
keys to select a channel.
4. Press OK key to play it in full screen.
3.5 Favorite Channel List
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press FAV key to display favorite channel list.
Press
keys to select a group.
Press
keys to select a channel.
Press OK key to play it in full screen.
3.6 Teletext
An electronic newspaper in which you can browse
multiple pages of information, such as news, traffic,
stock, weather, etc.
1. Press TXT key to display teletext type window.
2. Press
keys to select Digital Teletext or VBI
Teletext and press OK key to display teletext list.
3. Press
keys to select a language and press
OK key to display teletext information. You can
operate according to operation help information
and key instructions on screen.
4. Press EXIT key to hide the teletext information.
Note: This function needs your local operator
support.
3.7 Subtitle
1. Press SUB.T key to display subtitle list.
2. Press
keys to select a language and press
OK key to confirm. The subtitle is displayed at the
bottom of screen.
If you want to switch subtitle off, select “1 Off” in
subtitle list and press OK key to confirm.
Note: This function needs your local operator
support.
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4. Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
In this guide, you can view program information based on date and time. In addition, the guide
can help to schedule future programs.
4.1 Full Guide
The full guide displays detailed EPG information.
Select Main Menu → Guide → Full Guide and press OK key to enter. If “Guide Default” is set to
“Full” in 8.1 System Setting, press GUIDE key to enter directly in non-menu mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Channel list
Program list
Current date and time
Date table
Preview window
Detailed information of the
selected program
7. Operation help information
keys: Select channel
keys: Select program
Green key: Switch to previous day
Blue key: Switch to next day
Yellow key: Switch pages of program information
INFO key: Switch between brief and detailed program information
Red key: Switch to simple guide
OK key: Schedule future program
4.2 Simple Guide
The mini guide displays brief EPG information.
Select Main Menu → Guide → Simple Guide and
press OK key to enter. If “Guide Default” is set to
“Simple” in 8.1 System Setting, press GUIDE key to
enter directly in non-menu mode.
keys: Select program
Green key: Switch to previous day
Blue key: Switch to next day
Red key: Switch to full guide
OK key: Schedule future program
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4.3 Remind List
All the scheduled programs are displayed in this
window. You can cancel or restore schedules.
Select Main Menu → Guide → Remind List and press
OK key to enter.
1. Press
keys to select a schedule.
2. Press OK key to cancel or restore it.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
Note: System will remind you near the play time of
the scheduled programs.
5. USB Application
You can play MP3 files and browse pictures.
Press USB key to display USB partition in non-menu mode.
Notes:
• USB device should be connected to USB port on front panel before operation.
• During operation, do not unplug the USB device.
• To enter a folder, highlight it and press OK key. If you want to exit from the folder,
highlight “ ” and press OK key.
5.1 MP3 Play
1. Press
keys to select an MP3 file.
2. Press OK key to play it, and you can operate as follows:
VOL-/+ keys: Adjust volume
Blue key: Pause/resume play
Red key: Stop play
keys: Play previous/next MP3 file
OK key: Switch among Repeat, Repeat All and
Play Once
Repeat: Play the selected file repeatedly.
Repeat All: Play all files circularly.
Play Once: Play the selected file once.
3. Press EXIT key to exit.
5.2 Picture Browse
1. Press
keys to select a picture.
2. Press OK key to display it in full screen, and you
can operate as follows:
Red key: Zoom in/out picture
Blue key: Rotate picture
keys: Display previous/next picture
INFO key: Display operation help information
OK key: Slide show
3. Press EXIT key to exit.
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6. Channel Scan
Note: Don’t turn off the receiver during scanning.
6.1 Auto Scan
For beginners, auto scan is the best choice. System
will scan channels according to default frequency
parameters.
Select Main Menu → Scan → Auto Scan and press
OK key to enter.
Press OK key to scan channels.
6.2 Manual Scan
If you are familiar with relevant channel or frequency
parameters, you can choose manual scan.
1. Manual Scan by Frequency
Select Main Menu → Scan → Manual Scan → Manual
Scan by Frequency and press OK key to enter.
1. Set parameters as follows:
Frequency: Press number keys to input correct
frequency.
Bandwidth: Select 6, 7 or 8MHz.
2. Press OK key to scan channels.
2. Manual Scan by Channel
Select Main Menu → Scan → Manual Scan → Manual
Scan by Channel and press OK key to enter.
1. Press
keys to select a channel.
2. Press OK key to scan this channel.
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7. Channel Edit
You can set favorite channels. In addition, you can rename, sort, add, delete, move and search
channels.
Select Main Menu → Channel → TV/Radio Channel List and press OK key to enter.
7.1 Set Favorite Channel
1. Press number key 1 to enter favorite mode.
2. Press
keys to select a favorite channel
group.
3. Press
keys to select a channel.
4. Press OK key to add the selected channel to this
group, and mark this channel with “ ”. If you want
to cancel this setting, press OK key again.
5. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
7.2 Rename Channel
1. Press
keys to select a channel.
2. Press number key 2 to pop up a keyboard.
3. Input the name of channel. Please refer to
following operations:
Select characters on the keyboard with arrow keys
and press OK key to input.
Select “<-” and press OK key to move cursor
leftward on title bar.
Select “->” and press OK key to move cursor
rightward on title bar.
Select “SP” and press OK key to leave a space on
title bar.
Select “CLR” and press OK key to delete all characters on title bar.
Select “OK” and press OK key to confirm renaming.
Select “Exit” and press OK key to cancel renaming.
4. After renaming, the new channel name appears in channel list.
7.3 Sort Channel
1. Press number key 3 to enter sort mode.
2. Press
keys to select a sort command.
By Frequency: Sort by frequency
By LCN: Sort by logical channel number
By Name: Sort alphabetically
3. Press OK key to confirm, and all channels are
sorted accordingly.
4. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
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7.4 Add/Delete Channel
1. Press number key 4 to enter add/delete mode.
2. Press
keys to select a channel.
3. Press OK key to delete this channel, and “CH
Deleted” is displayed in top left corner of screen. If
you want to resume this channel, press OK key
again.
4. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
Note: When you switch channels, the deleted
channels will be skipped.
7.5 Move Channel
1. Press number key 5 to enter move mode.
2. Press
keys to select a channel, and press
OK key to confirm.
3. Press
keys to move it to a new position and
press OK key to confirm.
4. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
7.6 Search Channel
1. Press number key 6 to display search window.
2. Input the name of channel you want to search on
title bar. Please refer to following operations:
Select characters on the keyboard with arrow keys
and press OK key to input.
Select “<-” and press OK key to move cursor
leftward on title bar.
Select “->” and press OK key to move cursor
rightward on title bar.
Select “SP” and press OK key to leave a space on
title bar.
Select “CLR” and press OK key to delete all
characters on title bar.
Select “OK” and press OK key to confirm
searching.
Select “Exit” and press OK key to cancel
searching.
3. After searching, related channel list is displayed.
4. Press
keys to select a channel in the channel
list.
5. Press OK key to play it in full screen.
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8. Setup
8.1 System Setting
Select Main Menu → Setup → System Setting and press OK key to enter.
1. Set parameters as follows:
OSD Language: The default is “English”.
OSD Theme: Press
keys to select a color for
menu.
Audio Track: Press
keys to select Stereo,
Left or Right.
Optical Output: The receiver can output two
types of digital audio signal via S/P DIF port. If
your digital amplifier has Dolby digital decoder, set
it to “AC3 Bypass” to output encoded signal.
Otherwise, set it to “PCM” to output decoded
signal.
Note: If there is no Dolby digital provided in the program, even though you set it to
“AC3 Bypass”, program cannot be played with Dolby sound.
Guide Default: Press
keys to select Full or Simple.
Transparency: Press
keys to select a transparency level.
Sleep Timer: You can press
keys to set a sleep timer, so that the receiver will switch
to standby mode automatically.
2. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
8.2 Screen Setting
Select Main Menu → Setup → Screen Setting and press OK key to enter.
1. Set parameters as follows:
TV Type: Press
keys to select 4:3 or 16:9.
Resolution: Press
keys to select a proper
video resolution.
Note: If your TV does not support the selected
resolution, there is no video output on screen.
In this case, press FORMAT key repeatedly
until the video appears again.
Screen Format: Press
keys to select a
proper screen format.
2. After pressing EXIT key, a message box pops up
for confirmation.
3. Select “YES” and press OK key to confirm or
select “NO” and press OK key to cancel the
operation.
8.3 Parental Control
Select Main Menu → Setup → Parental Control and
press OK key to enter. The system lock password is
required to activate the setting. The default is “1234”.
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1. Lock Channel
You can set channel lock to restrict viewing of some channels.
Highlight “Lock Channel” and press OK key to display lock channel window.
™ Lock a Channel
1. Press
keys to select a channel.
2. Press OK key to lock this channel, and mark it with
“ ”. If you want to cancel this setting, press OK
key again.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
™ Lock all Channels
1. Press arrow keys to highlight “Lock All”.
2. Press OK key to confirm, and all channels are
locked with “ ”.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
™ Unlock all Channels
1. Press arrow keys to highlight “Allow All”.
2. Press OK key to confirm, and all channels are
unlocked.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
Notes:
• The system lock password is required to view
programs of the locked channels.
• If any channel is locked, the system lock password is required to enter some menus,
such as Auto Scan, etc.
2. Lock Rating
You can set parental control rating to restrict viewing of
some programs set by your local operator.
Highlight “Lock Rating” and press OK key to display
lock rating window.
™ Block by Rating
1. Press
keys to select a rating.
2. Press OK key to confirm, and this rating along with
all ratings beyond this rating are blocked with “ ”.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
™ Block all Programs
1. Press arrow keys to highlight “Block All”.
2. Press OK key to confirm, and all ratings are
blocked with “ ”.
3. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
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™
1.
2.
3.
Allow all Programs
Press arrow keys to highlight “Allow All”.
Press OK key to confirm, and all ratings are unblocked.
Press EXIT key to save and exit.
Note: The system lock password is required to view programs beyond set rating.
3. Change Password
The default system lock password is “1234”. You can
change this password if necessary.
1. Highlight “Change Password” and press OK
display change password window.
2. Press number keys to input new password.
3. Press number keys to input new password again
for confirmation.
Note: Don’t forget the password. Once forget it,
please ask you local operator for help.
8.4 Region Setting
Select Main Menu → Setup → Region Setting and
press OK key to enter.
1. Set parameters as follows:
Daylight Savings: Press
keys to select Yes
or No.
Region: Press
keys to select a region.
2. Press EXIT key to save and exit.
8.5 Factory Default
Warning: This function will restore system
settings to factory default.
Select Main Menu → Setup → Factory Default and
press OK key. After inputting correct system lock
password, a warning box pops up for confirmation.
Select “YES” and press OK key to confirm or select
“NO” and press OK key to cancel the operation.
Note: The installation guide will run after restoring
factory default.
9. System Information
This window displays information about the receiver, such as hardware version, software
version, etc.
Select Main Menu → Info → System Information and press OK key to enter.
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10. Software Upgrade by USB
Warning: Don’t turn off the receivers during software upgrade.
Select Main Menu → Setup → Upgrade by USB and
press OK key to display upgrade by USB window.
Note: USB device should be connected to USB
port on front panel before operation.
1. Highlight “Upgrade File” and press
keys to
select an upgrade software.
2. Highlight “Start” and press OK key to upgrade.
During software upgrade, upgrade progress bar is
displayed on screen.
3. After upgrade, the receiver restarts automatically.
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11. Appendix
11.1 Trouble Shooting
DISPLAY on front panel is off
1. Power cord is disconnected. Make sure power cord is plugged into a proper power
socket.
2. The receiver is turned off. Turn it on.
DISPLAY on front panel is on, but no sound and picture on TV screen
The receiver is in standby mode. Press
key to switch it to operation mode.
No signal
1. Signal cable is disconnected. Connect signal cable correctly.
2. Program parameters are set wrongly. Set correct parameters.
No sound
1. Audio cable is disconnected or incorrectly connected. Connect audio cable correctly.
2. The receiver is in mute mode. Press
key to restore sound.
3. Volume is set to minimum. Increase volume to a proper level.
4. Audio parameter is set wrongly. Set a proper audio parameter.
No picture
1. Video cable is disconnected or incorrectly connected. Connect video cable correctly.
2. The receiver is in radio mode. Switch it to TV mode if you need.
Video and audio mismatch, or absonant sound
Audio parameter is set wrongly. Select a proper audio parameter.
Poor quality picture
Weak signal. Connect signal cable securely.
RCU doesn’t work
1. No enough power in batteries. Replace the batteries.
2. RCU is not aimed at the receiver. Aim RCU at the receiver.
Note: If you cannot solve the problems after referring to this trouble shooting, please
contact your local operator.
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11.2 Specification
Tuner
Frequency
174 ~ 860MHz UHF & VHF
Bandwidth
7 or 8MHz
Level
-72 ~ -20dBm
Impedance
75Ω
Channel Decoding
Demodulation
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
FEC
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
Mode
8K or 2K
Guard Band
1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
Demultiplexer
Standard
ISO/IEC 13818-1
Input Max. Bit Stream Rate
60Mbps (Serial)/7.5Mbps (Parallel)
Audio Decoding
Standard
ISO/IEC 13818-3
Channel
Mute, Left, Right and Stereo
Sampling Frequency
32, 44.1, 48KHz
Video Decoding
Standard
ISO/IEC 13818-2
Aspect Ratio
4:3 Full, 4:3 Letter, 4:3 Zoom, 16:9 Full, 16:9 Letter
Resolution
1080i/720p/576p/576i
AV Output
Video De-emphasis
CCIR REC.405-1, 625LINES
Video Bandwidth
5.5MHz
Video Output Impedance
75Ω
Video Output Level
1.0V peak to peak
Audio Output Frequency
20Hz ~ 20KHz
Audio Output Impedance
Low
Power Supply
Input Voltage
100-240V~ 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
20W max.
Standby Power Consumption
0.4W approx.
Physical
Operation Temperature
0℃ ~ 40℃
Storage Temperature
-40℃ ~ +60℃
Storage Humidity
≤93%
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11.3 Acronym
CVBS
DVB
EPG
FTA
HDMI
HDTV
LCN
LNB
MUX
NIT
OSD
PID
RCA
RF
SDTV
S/P DIF
S-VIDEO
USB
Composite Video Broadcast Signal
Digital Video Broadcasting
Electronic Program Guide
Free to Air
High Definition Multimedia Interface
High Definition Television
Logical Channel Number
Low Noise Block
Multiplexer
Network Information Table
On Screen Display
Packet Identifier
Radio Corporation of America
Radio Frequency
Standard Definition Television
Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format
Separate Video
Universal Serial Bus
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