Contents
Open TV Electronic Programme Guide ............................. 15
Unpacking ............................................................................ 2
Using the EPG ......................................................................... 15
Safety ................................................................................... 2
Open TV Information Bar .................................................... 16
Preface ................................................................................. 2
Reminders ........................................................................... 16
Digital Satellite Services ..................................................... 2
Program Blocking ............................................................... 16
Conditional Access ............................................................. 3
Menu Navigation Route ....................................................... 17
Smart Card ............................................................................. 3
Inserting the Smart Card ..................................................... 3
Using Menus ....................................................................... 18
The Digital Satellite Decoder (DSD) ................................... 4
Display ................................................................................... 4
Front Panel Keys .................................................................... 4
Rear Panel Connections .......................................................... 4
Language Selection ................................................................ 18
Language Options in Guide & Menu .................................... 18
Soundtrack Options ............................................................ 18
Program Blocking Options ....................................................... 19
Blocking Options ................................................................ 19
Changing the Pin Code for Blocking ..................................... 19
Remote Control Unit ........................................................... 5
Information Box Display Period ................................................ 20
Replacing Batteries in the RCU ................................................ 5
Change PU:SE-PIN Code .......................................................... 20
Getting Started .................................................................... 6
Installation of the satellite dish and cabling to the decoder ........ 6
Installation Indemnity .......................................................... 6
Setting-up the System ............................................................. 6
Switching on the Decoder at the Mains .................................... 6
Tuning your TV ....................................................................... 6
Adding a Modem ..................................................................... 7
Standby and Normal Modes ..................................................... 7
Optional Decoder Connections ................................................ 8
Introduction ........................................................................ 8
Hints to Quality TV System Configurations........................... 8
Satellite Decoder, TV (using SCART or RF
Interface) ...................................................................... 8
Decoder, TV (SCART or RF Interface), Hi-Fi ........................ 9
Decoder, VCR, TV ,Hi-Fi ..................................................... 10
Decoder, VCR, TV, Hi-Fi (using RCA Connectors) ............... 11
Two Satellite Decoders, TV, (using RF Connector) .............. 12
RCU UHF Button Selection Functions .............................. 12
Bouquet Selection ............................................................... 13
Selecting Specific Services ..................................................... 13
Selecting Services Directly ................................................. 13
Stepping through Services ...................................................... 13
Stepping using the RCU ...................................................... 13
Stepping using the Decoder Front Panel Keys ..................... 13
Selecting Specific Services from the EPG............................ 14
Selecting Services from the Information Bar ........................ 14
Controlling the Show .......................................................... 14
Volume Control using the RCU Keys .................................... 14
Volume Control using the Decoder Keys.............................. 14
Mute .................................................................................. 14
Displaying Subtitles or Teletext ............................................ 14
Subtitles ........................................................................ 14
Teletext ......................................................................... 14
Clock ................................................................................. 15
Selecting Soundtracks ........................................................ 15
Power Reset ...................................................................... 15
Signal Source Selection ...................................................... 15
Channel Arrangement Options ................................................. 20
Delete TV Channels ............................................................ 20
Sort TV Services ............................................................... 20
Original TV Channel Setup .................................................. 21
Delete Music/Radio Channels .............................................. 21
Sort Music/Radio Channels ................................................. 21
Original Music/Radio Channel Setup .................................... 21
Search Service Names ....................................................... 21
Mailbox ................................................................................... 21
Advanced Options .................................................................. 21
Change Dish Installation ...................................................... 21
LNB Configuration ......................................................... 21
Set LNB Power ......................................................... 22
LNB Setup ................................................................ 22
Signal Setup .................................................................. 22
Tune DSD ...................................................................... 22
Reset to Factory Defaults .............................................. 22
Loop Through Mode ....................................................... 22
Signal Detection ................................................................. 22
Information ......................................................................... 23
DSD Status ................................................................... 23
CA Status ..................................................................... 23
Loader Status ............................................................... 23
TV Installation .................................................................... 23
TV Type ........................................................................ 23
Aspect Ratio ................................................................. 23
UHF Tuning ................................................................... 23
Scart Source ................................................................. 24
Scart Video Output ........................................................ 24
Change Modem Settings (if fitted) ....................................... 24
Local Time ......................................................................... 24
DSD Upgrade ..................................................................... 24
Troubleshooting ................................................................. 25
Specifications ...................................................................... 29
Hotlines ................................................................................ 30
Installation Settings ............................................................ 30
Notes .................................................................................... 31
DSD 700
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PREFACE
UNPACKING
Ensure that the following items are included with the Digital Satellite
Decoder (DSD):
The digital satellite decoder introduces exciting new technology.
This manual provides full information on how to use the decoder and
enjoy the benefits of all its features.
The decoder is easy to use, even for those users unfamiliar with, or
intimidated by, modern technology. The more advanced and more
complex features can be avoided until you become comfortable with
the basic operation of the system.
1 x Remote Control Unit (RCU)
2 x AAA Batteries
1 x Flylead
1 x Mains Cable
1 x User Manual (Operating Instructions)
The manual provides:
SAFETY
This decoder meets/exceeds International Safety Standards. Please
read the following recommended safety precautions carefully.
•
Important safety precautions; please study them.
•
Overview material; read only those parts that interest you. It
is not necessary to study the manual from cover to cover
before using the decoder.
•
Step-by-step instructions on how to use the decoder and its
advanced features.
•
Step-by-step instructions on how to install the decoder and
connect it to basic sound and TV systems. It is beyond the
scope of this manual to include all of the possible
configurations or installation procedures.
•
Troubleshooting guide to assist you if you have difficulty with
operating the decoder correctly, or technical problems occur.
MAINS SUPPLY: 210-250 V AC 50 Hz ONLY.
LIQUIDS: Keep liquids away from the decoder.
CLEANING: Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior.
VENTILATION: Do not block the decoder ventilation holes. Ensure
that free airflow is maintained around the decoder. NEVER stand
the decoder on soft furnishings or carpets. Do not use or store the
decoder where it is exposed to direct sunlight, or near a heater.
Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the decoder.
ATTACHMENTS: Do not use any attachment that is not recommended by the manufacturer, as it may cause a hazard or damage
the equipment.
CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LOW NOISE BLOCK
(LNB): The LNB connector cable has a voltage on its centre core. It
is therefore recommended that the decoder is disconnected from
the mains power before connecting or disconnecting this cable.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD DAMAGE THE LNB.
SERVICING: Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Any
attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid. Refer all servicing
to a qualified service agent.
LIGHTNING: If the decoder is installed in an area subject to intense
lightning activity, protection devices for the decoder mains connector and modem telephone line are essential. The individual manufacturer’s instructions for safeguarding other equipment, such as TV
set, Hi-Fi, etc., connected to the decoder, must also be followed
during lightning storms.
EARTHING: The earth of the LNB cable MUST BE DIRECTLY
CONNECTED to the system earth for the satellite dish. The earthing
system must comply with local regulations.
Refer to the Installation Indemnity on page .
The operation of the decoder can be upgraded using over-the-air
signals (typically in the morning). This manual and the menus
downloaded in the decoder are therefore subject to change at any
time.
This document and the information contained herein are the subject
of copyright and intellectual property rights under international
convention. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be
reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form
by any means, electronic, mechanical or optical, in a whole or in
part, without the prior written permission of UEC Technologies (Pty)
Ltd, the Manufacturer.
DIGITAL SATELLITE SERVICES
The decoder has been designed to receive and process digital
signals from the Optus B3 Aurora satellites. The satellites act as
mirrors in the transmission process, beaming the Service Provider’s
signals back to your satellite dish. Compared to conventional TV
(analogue), digital technology presents higher quality pictures,
sound comparable to that of a CD, and many more services.
Satellite technology also enables excellent reception of satellite TV
services in remote rural areas where good quality terrestrial
reception has never before been possible.
The term “Services” is used instead of “Channels” because
compressed digital TV and audio technology efficiently uses
available bandwidth, allowing several services to use the
bandwidth of one channel.
In addition to the digital TV and audio signals, satellite signals also
contain data that the decoder extracts, processes and stores. This
provides up-to-date text information on the content and status of the
various services at the touch of a button. Convenient facilities are
also provided to manipulate received data in order to customise
viewing and listening preferences.
Due to the nature of compressed digital TV, many more features will
become available in the near future.
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CONDITIONAL ACCESS
To insert the Smart Card, follow the instructions carefully.
Although some satellite TV and audio services are free to air, most
TV and audio services can only be enjoyed via the conditional
access components. These are the removable Smart Card and a
built-in conditional access process already fitted into the system.
Smart Card
The Smart Card looks similar to a credit card and is inserted into the
slot behind the right-hand front flap of the decoder.
1
Open the right hand flap on the front of the decoder (see
figure) Swing the flap downwards to expose the card slot to
the right of the row of keys.
2
Hold the Smart Card horizontally with the logo on top and the
three arrows pointed towards the front of the card. Insert the
card fully into the open bottom slot.
A valid Smart Card entitles you to view and listen to all the services
you choose.
Inserting the Smart Card
The Smart Card is the key to unlocking the decoder. The decoder will
not decode scrambled TV or audio services if the card is not
inserted or is incorrectly inserted.
Inserting the Smart Card into the decoder allows instant access to
all the services.
The Smart Card is not required for access to menus.
The Smart Card is updated over-the-air each time there are new
services available.
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THE DIGITAL SATELLITE DECODER (DSD)
The DSD combines a high quality MPEG-2 and DVB compliant
satellite receiver, with a sophisticated decoder in one package. The
DSD provides all that you need to exploit the exciting new satellite
services that are now available.
DISPLAY
REAR
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PANEL
FRONT PANEL KEYS
CONNECTIONS
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DSD 700
Remote Control Unit (RCU)
DSD 700
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GETTING STARTED
NOTE:
NOTE:
Unless absolutely necessary, do not change
installation, connections or decoder setup, or
carry out any retuning on a working system. If
changes are made, note all changed settings in
the table on page 30.
If the TV is not tuned to the channel chosen to
view the satellite services, the sequence is still
the same, but the TV will not display the scanning
screen. To tune the TV to the decoder services,
tune the TV as per Tuning Your TV.
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Installation of the satellite dish and cabling to the DSD
Installation procedures for satellite dishes and cabling to DSDs are
outside the scope of this manual. Please refer to the manuals
provided with your satellite dish and associated equipment if you
decide to do the installation yourself.
I
2
For the decoder to operate, it is required to correctly install
and align a satellite dish and a Low Noise Block (LNB)
converter.
b.
3
4
Display flashes briefly
Each and every INSTALLER acts as an independent
contractor and is not a servant, sub-contractor or agent of
the manufacturer. The manufacturer is, therefore, not liable
for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever caused by
the conduct of the installer, including but not limited to:
a.
Three flashing bars and red dot
Inf
Any direct, indirect or consequential damages of any
nature or any loss of profit or other special damages of
any nature which the USER may suffer as a result of
any breach by the INSTALLER of any of its obligations to
the USER.
Waiting for NITacquisitio n
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Any loss or damage to any property of the user or
any third party, situated on the USER’s premises
even if loss or damage arises out of any part of
the INSTALLER.
b.
Accept any liability for any latent or other defect in
any work carried out by the INSTALLER.
Setting-up the System
Number of last used
service appears
If your TV has been tuned to accept the decoder
services, but your smart card has not been
inserted into the decoder, an error message will
appear on your TV screen.
If your decoder was in standby mode at mains
power switch off, the decoder will display a
green dot when mains power is restored. Press
On/Off symbol to restore viewing.
Subject to any express warrant or guarantee given by the
manufacturer, in writing, the manufacturer does not:
Give any warranty or guarantee or make any
representation whatever in respect of any work
carried out by the INSTALLER.
Inf (information) appears
at the same time as
scanning screen on TV
Press EXIT to cancel scanning
Scanning
The manufacturer does not directly or indirectly warrant or
guarantee or make any representations whatsoever with
regard to any equipment, including, but not limited to any dish,
LNB, or cabling, used by the INSTALLER.
a.
Number 1 with rotating bar and
yellow dot. Indicates decoding
process is in progress
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Installation Indemnity
1
dL with yellow dot indicates
software being down-loaded
Tuning your TV
If your TV is not tuned to the decoder viewing channel, you will not
be able to view the satellite services. Your VCR, decoder and TV
can also interfere with each other unless they are tuned in
correctly. The output of the decoder can be tuned over the whole
UHF band using the following recommended method (refer to the
following figures):
1
Install and align satellite dish (installer).
1
Connect the satellite dish and terrestrial antenna (installer).
2
Connect the decoder to the TV set (either SCART to SCART
or RF OUT on the decoder to RF IN on the TV). (See Optional
Decoder Connections.)
2
Connect the installation as shown (if VCR installed).
3
Switch on the TV and select an unused channel to use with
your VCR.
4
Switch on your VCR, then set its test signal to ON (see VCR
instruction manual).
5
Tune the TV to the test signal from the VCR. Switch off the
VCR test signal.
Switching on the Decoder at the Mains
When you switch on the decoder at the mains, it goes through a
power-up sequence, then attempts to find a signal at the specific
factory-set frequency. During this process, various indications are
displayed on the decoder display and TV, as shown in the following
sequence of drawings:
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On the TV, retune the channel allocated to the decoder until
the decoder test pattern is clearly visible.
Repeat step 8 until interference on all channels is eliminated.
NOTE:
4
After changes have been made, the decoder
must not be switched off for at least 3 minutes to
allow for the new setting to be saved.
If interference is still present, it is recommended that good
quality screened cables (preferably double screened) are
used for interconnecting all other equipments to the
decoder.
Adding a Modem
6
On the TV, select any unused channel on which you wish to
view your satellite programmes. Once selected, all your
satellite services will be viewed on this channel, selection of
the service being made using the RCU.
7
Press and hold UHF on the RCU for approx. 5 seconds until
UHF is displayed on the decoder display. Tune your TV set to
receive the decoder test signal display (see following figure).
Many exciting interactive features will be available in the future
(Impulse Pay Per View, Video on Demand, etc.). The decoder is
ready for these features as it can accommodate an optional built-in
modem. A modem port for connection to your telephone line via an
external (faster) modem is provided on the rear panel.
Standby and Normal Modes
The decoder does not have a mains power on/off switch and it is
recommended that, for normal viewing, it remains connected to the
mains after installation. When the decoder is not in use, it should be
switched to the standby mode using the
symbol on the front
panel or on the RCU.
UHFChannel
38
The standby mode is indicated by a constant small green dot on the
right of the decoder display panel. To use the decoder after the initial
installation:
UHF Frequency
597.25 MHz
Press OK to save
Press EXIT to cancel
1
Switch on the TV and any other equipment included in the
system.
2
Select the channel on the TV that you have allocated for
viewing the satellite services.
3
If the decoder is in the standby mode, press
on either the
RCU or decoder front panel, to return to the normal viewing
mode. A service number will be displayed on the front panel
indicator.
4
If you wish to select the Audio Services, press the
key on
the RCU, or on the decoder front panel. If subscribed to, an
audio service will be heard, and the audio programme
information box will be displayed on the TV. A green indicator
on the front panel display is illuminated while the decoder is in
the Audio Services mode.
A Channel number (initially 38) will be displayed on the
decoder front panel display.
Press UHF on the RCU to remove the test signal.
Check that any noise from the decoder does not interfere with
signals received on the VCR.
Check all tuned channels on the TV for interference.
8
TV Services are restored by pressing TV on theRCU, or TV
on the decoder front panel.
If any interference is noticed, change the UHF channel
number as follows:
Press and hold UHF on the RCU to display UHF on the
decoder display and the UHF test screen on the TV.
NOTE:
When switching from normal to standby then
back to normal, the decoder automatically
returns to the previously selected service.
Change the channel number to 2 more or 2 less than the
existing number (36 or 40) by pressing
or
twice on the
RCU.
If a SCART VCR is connected, it is not
necessary to take the decoder out of standby
to view VCR play back.
Press OK to save. The following will happen as soon as
is pressed:
or
a.
The TV display is lost because the TV is not tuned to the
new channel.
b.
The new channel number is displayed on the front panel
of the decoder.
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The decoder is set up to the local default settings by the
manufacturer. If it becomes necessary to change the
installation parameters consult your local installer.
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Optional Decoder Connections
Satellite Decoder, TV (using SCART or RF Interface)
Introduction
NOTE:
There are several ways of connecting the decoder to an existing
entertainment system.
The following more common examples enable you to view satellite
services and terrestrial channels, record and playback from a VCR
and listen to CD quality stereo sound on a Hi-Fi.
As the LNB carries a small voltage from the
decoder on its centre connector, it is
recommended that the decoder is switched off at
the mains before connecting or disconnecting
the LNB connector to/from the decoder.
1
Connect the terrestrial antenna connector to the RF IN
socket on the satellite decoder.
Consult your local installer for assistance in setting up an audio/
video configuration best suited to your requirements.
2
If a VCR is included in the installation, this is connected into
the system as per the diagram on page 10.
Hints to Quality TV System Configurations
The following instruction applies if your TV has a SCART connector.
•
Where possible, connect cables via audio/video outputs/i
inputs (SCART or RCA) instead of RF connectors.
3
•
Use an appropriate, correctly installed satellite dish system.
•
Ensure that the system is properly earthed and protected
against lightning.
•
Use high quality stereo TV and Hi-Fi equipment.
•
Use high quality screened cables.
NOTE:
Using a SCART-to-SCART cable (not supplied), connect the
TV SCART socket on the decoder to the SCART socket on the
TV.
The following instruction applies if your TV does not have a SCART
connector.
4
Use the supplied flylead to connect the RF OUT socket on the
decoder to the RF IN socket on the TV.
5
Connect the coaxial cable connector from the LNB on the
satellite dish into the socket marked LNB IN on the decoder.
The connector on the coaxial cable should be turned until it is
finger tight.
6
If your TV has a S Video connector, connect to S VHS
connector on the decoder. Also, connect Mono Audio on
decoder to Audio In on the TV.
When Video and Audio Inputs/Outputs are used, it
may be necessary to select a Video mode on the
VCR and TV in place of a TV mode.
TV
NOTE: CONNECT EITHER RF IN TO RF OUT
OR RCA TO RCA
RF IN
S CART TO SCART
VIDEO IN
S VIDEO
S CART TO RCA
AV C ONNECTIONS
AUDIO IN
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RF OUT
VCR
RF IN
S-Video
TV/AUX
MONO
AUDIO
V
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B
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VIDEO
OUT
210 - 250V 50Hz 30W
LNB IN
L
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400 mA max.
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LNB OUT
STEREO AUDIO
OUTPUTS
EXTERNAL MODEM
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Decoder, TV (SCART or RF Interfaces), Hi-Fi
NOTE:
It is recommended that you switch off the mains
supply to the decoder before connecting or
disconnecting the LNB connector.
1
Connect the terrestrial antenna connector to the RF IN socket
on the decoder.
2
Connect a flylead between the variable stereo sound outputs
on the decoder and the audio inputs on the Hi-Fi.
3
Connect the coaxial cable connector from the LNB on the
satellite dish into the connector marked LNB IN on the
decoder. The connector on the coaxial cable to the decoder
should be finger tight.
4
Using a SCART-to-SCART cable (not supplied), connect the
TV SCART socket on the decoder to the SCART socket on the
TV.
5
If the TV does not have a SCART socket, use the supplied
flylead to connect the RF OUT connector on the decoder to
tthe RF IN connector on the TV.
TV
Hi-Fi
L
SCART TO SCART
R
AUDIO
INPUT
RF IN
SCART TO RCA
AV CONNECTIONS
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RF OUT
VCR
RF IN
TV/AUX
S-Video
MONO
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUT
210 - 250V
V
A
R
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B
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50Hz 30W
LNB IN
L
R
400 m A max.
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LNB OUT
STEREO AUDIO
OUTPUTS
EXTERNAL MODEM
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Republic of South Africa
REAR PANEL
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Follow steps 5 and 6 if you are using SCART connections
Decoder, VCR, TV, Hi-Fi
NOTE:
1
It is recommended that you switch off the mains
supply to the decoder before connecting or
disconnecting the LNB connector.
Connect the terrestrial antenna connector to the RF IN socket
on the decoder.
Follow Steps 2 to 4 if you are not using SCART connectors
2
Using the supplied flylead, connect the RF OUT connector on
the decoder to the RF IN connector on the VCR.
3
Using the flylead supplied with the VCR, connect RF OUT on
the VCR to the RF IN on the TV
.
4
5
Using a SCART-to-SCART cable (not supplied), connect the
TV SCART connector on the decoder to the SCART socket on
the TV.
6
Using another SCART cable, connect the VCR SCART on the
decoder to the SCART on the VCR.
7
Connect the VARIABLE LEFT and RIGHT HI-FI AUDIO OUT
connectors on the decoder to the LEFT and RIGHT AUDIO
INPUT connectors on the Hi-Fi.
8
Switch power on to the decoder.
9
Set the TV and VCR Scart Source and TV and VCR Scart
Video Output using the TV Installation menu. See page 23.
Connect the coaxial cable from the satellite dish to the LNB IN
connector on the decoder. Tighten the connector finger
tight.
TV
VCR
Hi-Fi
CONNECTIONS IN BOX USED IF NO SCART CONNECTORS
TV SCART
RF IN
VCR SCART
RF IN
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
A
SCART TO RCA
V
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RF OUT
VCR
RF IN
TV
S-Video
MONO
AUDIO
V
A
R
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A
B
L
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VIDEO
OUT
210 - 250V 50Hz 30W
LNB IN
L
R
400 mA max.
F
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LNB OUT
STEREO AUDIO EXTERNAL MODEM
OUTPUTS
DATA SERVICE
Republic of South Africa
REAR PANEL
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Decoder, VCR, TV, Hi-Fi (using RCA Connectors)
NOTE:
It is recommended that you switch off the mains
supply to the decoder before connecting or
disconnecting the LNB connector.
5
If the TV and VCR have AV connectors, connect as shown in
the diagram.
6
Connect the VIDEO OUT connector on the decoder to the
VIDEO IN connector on the VCR.
Connect the MONO AUDIO socket on the decoder to the
AUDIO IN socket on the VCR.
1
Connect the terrestrial antenna to the RF IN socket on the
decoder.
7
2
Using the supplied flylead , connect the RF OUT on the
decoder to the RF IN on the VCR.
NOTE:
3
Using the flylead supplied with the VCR, connect the RF OUT
on the VCR to the RF IN on the TV.
4
8
If your VCR has a stereo audio input, connect the
FIXED stereo audio outputs from the decoder to
the VCR stereo audio connector.
Switch the power on to the decoder.
Connect the coaxial cable connector from the LNB on the
satellite dish into the socket marked LNB IN on the decoder.
Tighten the connector finger tight.
TV
VCR
Hi-Fi
AV CONNECTIONS
RF OUT
RF IN
RF IN
AUDIO VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
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RF OUT
VCR
RF IN
TV
S-Video
MONO
AUDIO
V
A
R
I
A
B
L
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VIDEO
OUT
210 - 250V 50Hz 30W
LNB IN
L
R
400 mA max.
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LNB OUT
STEREO AUDIO EXTERNAL MODEM
OUTPUTS
DATA SERVICE
Republic of South Africa
REAR PANEL
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Two Satellite Decoders, TV (using RF Connector)
5
The TV SCART connector on a second analogue or digital receiver
has audio, video (RGB) and composite video input connections that
can be used to view programmes. If a second receiver is
connected, signals from selected sources are automatically routed
internally in the decoder to the TV SCART connector.
On the first decoder, connect a second cable with F-type
connectors (not supplied), from the LNB OUT connector to
LNB IN connector on the second decoder.
6
Connect a second SCART to SCART connector between the
VCR SCART connector on the decoder and the TV
SCART on the second decoder.
1
RCU UHF Button Selection Functions
Connect the terrestrial antenna connector to the RF IN socket
on the decoder.
NOTE:
Pressing UHF on the RCU with the second decoder connected and
operating, selects the TV viewing source in the sequence VCR, TV
and IRD. If VCR is selected, the satellite picture is routed to the TV
and VCR from the second decoder.
It is recommended that you switch off the mains
supply to the decoder before connecting or
disconnecting the LNB
2
Using a SCART-to-SCART cable (not supplied), connect the
TV SCART socket on the decoder to the SCART socket on the
TV.
3
If the TV does not have a SCART connector, use the supplied
flylead to connect the RF OUT socket of the decoder to the
RF IN socket on the TV.
4
Connect the coaxial cable connector from the LNB on the
satellite dish into the socket marked LNB IN on the decoder.
The connector on the coaxial cable should be turned until it
is finger tight
If a second satellite decoder is being used, consult the installer as to
the menu setup requirements.
TV SCART
SCART TO SCART
RF IN
OR
RF OUT TO RF IN
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RF OUT
VCR
RF IN
S-Video
TV
MONO
AUDIO
V
A
R
I
A
B
L
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VIDEO
OUT
210 - 250V
50Hz 30W
LNB IN
L
R
400 mA max.
F
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LNB OUT
STEREO AUDIO EXTERNAL MODEM
OUTPUTS
DATA SERVICE
Republic of South Africa
REAR PANEL
TO SECOND DECODER
TV SCART
TO LNB IN
SECOND DECODER
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DSD 700
Bouquet Selection
Stepping through Services
The TV services are transmitted in packages called BOUQUETS,
each bouquet containing a series of services. The decoder has
provision for several bouquets, any of which can be selected by
pressing TV on the RCU, highlighting the required bouquet using the
up/down arrows on the RCU , then following the on-screen
instructions. Currently there is only one bouquet available called the
Public Bouquet, ther may be more bouquets available in the future
and to access them follow the above procedure.
Stepping through services is possible using either the RCU or
decoder front panel keys.
1
Select the type of service required, TV or audio (
When a bouquet is selected, the services in that bouquet will be
listed numerically in the Electronic Programme Guide (see page 15).
2
Press P+ to step to the next service or P - to step to the
previous service in the list of available services.
ª
Stepping using the RCU
To step through services using the RCU, do the following:
)
After pressing P+ or P -, an information box is displayed at the
bottom of the TV screen with details of the service. After a
few seconds, the relevant service is displayed/heard.
Bouquet Selection
3
Public Bouquet
If required, continue stepping by pressing P+ or P - until you
find the service you prefer. It is not necessary to wait for
services to be displayed/heard before stepping to the next or
previous service.
If you decide to watch or listen to a service you have stepped
to, wait for the service to be displayed/heard. The information
box will disappear after a short while or can be removed
immediately by pressing EXIT.
«
NOTE:
Press OK to select
Press EXIT to cancel
When you reach the last available service in the
list and press P+ you are returned to the first
service in the list.
Selecting Specific Services
TIP: Use the convenient selecting and sorting facilities to
personalise the services list. After using these facilities, your
favourite services will be in your order of preference. Refer
to page 20.
Specific TV or Audio Services can be selected, either:
Stepping using the Decoder Front Panel Keys
•
Directly
To step and select a specific service using the decoder front panel
keys, do the following:
•
By stepping through services
•
By using the Open TV Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), or
•
By using the Open TV Information Bar.
Selecting Services Directly
1
Select the type of service required, by pressing TV/ to
switch between TV services and audio services. Selection of
the audio service is indicated by a green indicator on the front
panel display.
2
Press (up) to step to the next service or (down) to step
to the previous service in the list of available services.
After pressing or , an information box is displayed at the
bottom of the TV screen with details of the service. After a
few seconds the relevant service is displayed/heard.
3
Continue stepping, by pressing or
until you find the
service you prefer. It is not necessary to wait for services to
be displayed/heard before stepping to the next or previous
service.
Services can only be selected directly using the RCU. To select a
specific service, do the following:
1
To select an audio service, press
restore TV services.
on the RCU. Press TV to
2
Press the number of the required service on the RCU’s
numerical keypad.
The specific service will be heard/displayed after a few
moments accompanied by an information box at the bottom of
the TV screen with details of the selected service.
NOTE:
To select services requiring two-digit numbers,
i.e.,10-99, press the first digit, then the second
digit without pausing.
To view/listen to any service you have stepped to, wait for
the service to be displayed/heard. The information box will
disappear after a short while.
NOTE:
TIP: When the key for the first digit is pressed on the RCU, the
corresponding number is displayed on the left of the front
panel numerical display on the decoder. After a few moments,
the number moves to the right. The second digit of two digit
numbers must be keyed in before this move takes place.
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When you reach the last service in the list,
pressing
returns you to the first service in the
list. The
and
symbols have dual functions and
cannot be used for stepping while the volume
control box is displayed on the screen. This box
is displayed when setting the volume, see page
14.
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Selecting Specific Services from the EPG
Displaying Subtitles or Teletext
NOTE:
Subtitles
For a description of the Electronic Programme
Guide (EPG) refer to page 15.
Selecting Services from the Information Bar
If subtitles are available, they are normally displayed on the screen
as part of the program.
NOTE:
To remove a subtitle do the following:
A description of the Information Bar is on page
16.
1
Controlling the Show
Press
symbol on the RCU. A box is displayed on the TV
screen as follows:
1 of 2 Stop subtitle
Volume Control using the RCU Keys
NOTE:
It is recommended that you first select a
terrestrial channel, then set the volume on the
TV to a comfortable listening level.
To change the volume level on the decoder, select your satellite
service, then press V+ to increase the volume level or V- to reduce
the volume level. The following is displayed on the TV screen when
adjusting volume:
Press OK to select
NOTE:
2
If subtitles are not available, a “No subtitling”
window is displayed for 5 seconds. Press EXIT if
required.
To restore the subtitles, press
is displayed
again. The following box
2 of 2 (Language)
Press OK to select
Thevolume levelisdepictedbythe lengthofthehighlightbar.
NOTE:
Volume
The Fixed Stereo Sound Outputs (Left and Right)
cannot be controlled with the volume control
keys on the RCU or on the front panel.
Control
using
the
Decoder
Keys
To change the volume level, press P/V on the decoder. The volume
is again displayed for a brief time:
Teletext
Some services (e.g., CNN) have a teletext service. This can be
selected as follows:
1
With the service selected, i.e., CNN, press
symbol
twice on the RCU. The following box is displayed:
While the volume control window is displayed, press and release
or
respectively to increase or reduce the volume level in
separate steps. The change in volume level is depicted by the
changing length of the highlight bar.
NOTE:
1 of 1 English
Press OK to select
The Variable Stereo Sound Outputs (Left and
Right) can be controlled using the volume control
keys on the RCU or on the front panel.
If teletext is not available, a “No teletext” window is displayed
for 5 seconds. If other languages are available keep pressing
the symbol until the language is selected.
Mute
2
To make the teletext transparent press the
again.
3
To page up or down, press P+ or P- on the RCU. To change to
a distant page, select the page number on the RCU keypad,
then press OK
4
To clear the teletext , press EXIT on the RCU.
To mute the audio do the following:
1
Press
on the RCU. The following window is displayed for
3 seconds and the audio muted:
2
To restore the audio press
again. The audio is
restored at the previous level and the volume control
window displayed for 3 seconds.
3
Adjust the volume level using V+ and V-.
NOTE:
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symbol
The mute function is disabled when the FIXED
STEREO audio outputs (Left and Right) on the
decoder are used. This ensures a fixed volume
level for recording purposes. The VARIABLE
STEREO audio outputs (Left and Right) of the
decoder can, however, be muted.
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Clock
Electronic
To view the time do the following:
1
Programme
Guide
Using the EPG
Press
on the RCU. The date and time are displayed for
a few seconds. If required press EXIT to clear.
1
as
On the RCU, press TV GUIDE. An on-screen menu is displayed
follows:
Selecting Soundtracks
NOTE:
1
Preferred soundtrack languages for automatic
selection can be set using the menu system.
Refer to Soundtrack Options (page 19).
2
3
To listen to and select available soundtracks, do the following:
1
Press
? on the RCU. The current soundtrack
language is displayed as follows:
?
1 of 2 English
Product Info
O900
1000
SBS
Disclosure
0700
1100
Super Sport
0800
1800
Imparja
4
0800
1000
5
0915
1000
6
0900
1000
2
Music
Radio
&
3
Now
Next
No
Block
Press the info buttonfor more information.
Press OK to tune to this programme.
Pressing OK selects the option listed.
3
ABC
24 Hours
Press OK to select
2
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14: 12:56
TV Guide
Available soundtracks, included with programmes, can be heard
and selected at any time while watching a programme.
Press the symbol again. If there are additional soundtracks
available, the next soundtrack option is listed in the window.
Continue pressing to cycle through all the available
soundtracks.
NOTE:
2
Press OK to select a soundtrack language. The soundtrack
window is displayed and the new soundtrack is heard.
TV programmes are not displayed and audio not
heard while the EPG screen is displayed.
Use the cursor keys
or
to scroll up or down the list, as
only six events are shown on the screen. When the last event
is highlighted and you press
, six new events are displayed
and the highlight is put at the top of the list. This also works for
scrolling up.
Power Reset
The list is continuous, so after the last service the Guide starts
displaying service 1 again.
If your TV picture freezes for a prolonged period, it is possible to
reset the decoder without unplugging it from the power supply.
Simultaneously press then release the
and TV/ buttons on the
decoder front panel.
Signal Source Selection
Switching between signal source devices is automatic by using the
UHF button on the RCU. To select between the available signal
sources, a single press-release of the UHF button in normal running
mode (i.e., not in menu or EPG) switches to the next source. This is
an override selection in that it will switch to VCR even if a VCR is
not playing.
The current programmes are listed when NOW is selected and
the programmes to follow are listed when NEXT is selected.
3
To move between the NOW or NEXT programmes, press 3 on
the RCU.
4
Select the highlighted programme to view/hear by pressing
OK. NEXT programmes cannot be viewed before their start
time.
Pressing OK with NEXT selected sets a program reminder and
a clock symbol appears in the information box at the bottom of
the screen, indicating a reminder. To remove the reminder
press OK again; the clock symbol disappears and a message
appears indicating that the reminder has been cancelled.
The signal source is indicated on the decoder front panel display.
The available options are:
!
!
!
Decoder (IRD): This allows you to use your satellite services.
If yourTV and decoder are connected through SCART, this
will automatically switch your TV to AV and keep control of it.
If you do not wish this function to take place automatically, it
can be changed in the Installatrion menu. IRD is temporarily
displayed on the decoder front panel, defaulting to the
channel number.
VCR: This allows you to view a program on the VCR. Press
Play on the VCR to view. If the VCR is in standby (off), and it
has a second SCART input, any source connected to the
SCART will be passed on to the decoder. VCR is temporarily
displayed on the decoder front panel.
TV: If your decoder and TV are connected through
SCART, it will allow normal terrestrial channels to be viewed
on the TV. If the TV connector is not used, it will have
the same effect as the IRD setting.
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5
Additional information on the program is displayed when i on
the RCU is pressed with a service on the the EPG selected.
Press EXIT to return to the EPG.
6
Press 2 on the RCU to enter the Music & Radio guide. The
Music & Radio guide behaves exactly the same as the TV
guide. Pressing 1 on the RCU takes you back to the TV guide.
7
Press OK to return to normal viewing/listening.
8
In all programme guides, additional information on the
programs is displayed when i on the RCU is pressed while the
EPG is displayed and programme highlighted.
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REMINDERS
11/03/99
14:12:56
Music & Radio
Symph DMX - Symphony
O900
1000
2
Cham
DMX- Chamber Music
0700
1100
3
Oper
DMX - Opera
0800
1800
4
LiteC
DMX - Light Classical
0800
1000
5
Beaut
DMX - Beautiful
Instrumentals
0915
1000
Contl
DMX - Contemporary
Instrumentals
0900
1000
1
6
Classical
2
Music
& Radio
3
Now
Next
The procedure for setting and removing a reminder has already
been detailed.
Refer to Open TV Electronic Programme Guide page 15 or Open TV
Information Bar page 17. At the right time a reminder message pops
up. If you intend to watch the booked programme, press OK on the
RCU which tunes the decoder to the new service. Otherwise press
EXIT to remove the message, while remaining tuned to the original
service.
PROGRAMME BLOCKING
When the user has selected a service where there is a parentally
blocked programme, a “key” symbol is displayed in the Information
Bar (bottom right). The message above the Information Bar indicates
that the user should press OK to unblock the programme.
No
Block
Press the info button for more information
Press OK to to tune to this program
14:15
OPEN TV I NFORMATION BAR
At any time whilst watching TV services or listening to radio
services, the viewer can obtain information about the current
programme and select available programmes via the Information Bar.
1
Press i on the RCU. The following window is displayed:
CNN
6
Reports
CNN News Room
NOW
10:00
Press OK to unblock this programme
ALL
ABC
1
2
Use the cursor keys or to scroll up or down through titles
on other services, whilst simultaneously watching the current
service. The current programmes are listed when NOW is
selected and the programmes to follow are listed when NEXT
is highlighted.
1
Now
14:10 - 15:45
M
Press OK. A screen requiring the Parental PIN code is
displayed.
14:15
Pressing i with the Information Bar displayed, provides
additional information on the programme.The local time will
also be displayed on the TV when the Information Bar is
displayed.
3
Timecop
Action starring Jean-Claude Nan Damme
Move between the NOW or NEXT programmes by pressing
or
on the RCU.
Enter your PIN code to unblock this programme
4
With NEXT selected, an Information Bar appears that displays
the next programme. Pressing OK sets the reminder and a
clock symbol appears in the Information Box. Pressing OK
again removes the reminder.
NEXT programmes cannot be viewed before their start time.
To exit the Information Box, press EXIT.
5
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When viewing a programme, to tune to another programme
press the numbered keys on the RCU. The Information Bar will
be displayed for X seconds (see Information Box Display
Period, page 20).
To retain the blocking, press EXIT
SBS
Timecop
1
Action starring Jean-Claude Nan Damme
2
Now
14:10 - 15:45
M
Enter your Parental PIN code using the keypad. Refer to
Program Blocking Options page 19. The programme is then
unblocked.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DSD 700
Menu Navigation Route
Language Selection
Language Options in Guide & Menu
Soundtrack Options
Program Blocking
Options
Blocking Options
PIN code for blocking
Change PIN code for Blocking
InformationDisplay Period
Channel Arrangement
Options
Change PIN Code- Old/New
Display Period (seconds)
Delete TV channels
Current Order List
Sort TV channels
Current Order List
Relocate
Original TV channel set-up
Delete Music/Radio channels
Sort Music/Radio channels
Current Order List
Current Order List
Relocate
Original Music/Radio channel set-up
Search Service names
Mailbox
Mail Message Box
Advanced Options
Change Dish
Installation
PIN Code for
Installation
Change LNB Settings
Set LNB Power
Set LNB Frequency
Change Manual
Tuning Parameters
Tune & Rescan
Signal Detection
Coarse Tune
Reset to Factory
Defaults
Fine Tune
Mai n M enu
Langua ge Selec tion
Pr ogr am Blocking Options
Information Display P eriod
Change P ULSE PIN-code
Channe l Arrangement Options
Information
Decoder Status
CA Status
Loader Status
M ailbox
Advanced Options
Pr ess a nd
to sel ect option
Pr ess OK to confirm option
TV Installation
TV Type
Change Modem Settings
Display Aspect Ratio
UHF Tuning
Local Time
SCART Source
Decoder Upgrade
SCART Video
Output
NOTE:
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The menu structure is occasionally upgraded
over the air by the Service Provider and may
differ slightly from that shown in these
instructions.
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2
Press OK. The following option list is displayed:
USING MENUS
Language Selection
To use the Menu system:
1
Ensure that the decoder is not in standby mode by pressing
if necessary.
2
Press MENU on the RCU. The following Main Menu is
displayed, which provides access to all other menus as
shown in the following figure:
Language Options in Guide & Menu
Soundtrack Options
Main Menu
Press and
to select option
Press OK to confirm selection
Language Selection
Program Blocking Options
Language Option in Guide and Menu
Information Display Period
Change Arrangement Options
1
On selection the Language Options in Guide and Menu option
is highlighted.
Mailbox
Advanced Options
2
Press OK.
The Language Menu containing a selection of languages is
displayed, as follows:
Language Options in Guide & Menu
Press and to select option
Press OK to confirm selection
All the menus are navigated as follows:
English
1
Use or buttons to scroll the highlighted bar up or down in a
(sub)menu or a vertical list box.
2
Select a highlighted menu option and go one level lower within
the menu hierarchy by pressing OK on the RCU. This applies
to the Main Menu screen and all submenu screens.
Press and
to select preferred language
Press OK to confirm this language
In screens where parameters can be set, OK is used to save
the settings.
3
3
Use
or
language.
4
Press OK to select the desired language.
5
Press EXIT to return to the Main Menu or MENU to return to
the service.
Use EXIT to return to the preceding menu (go one level higher
within the menu hierarchy).
In screens where the parameters can be set, EXIT is used to
cancel any settings that may have been entered without
saving.
4
Use and buttons to change the value of an input field
having preprogrammed values.
5
Use MENU to exit all menus and return to the TV or audio
programme.
6
Use numbered buttons to enter numerical values.
arrows to highlight any other preferred
The menu should now be presented in the language selected.
Soundtrack Options
The Soundtrack Options allows users to set the soundtrack
language preference of the decoder, if an option is available, and
is achieved by moving the available languages into a list of choice.
Language Selection
To select the soundtrack language of your choice do the
following:
The Language Selection screen allows users to set the text
language of the decoder. The text language is set for the menus,
EPG and Information Bar.
1
To select the text language of your choice do the following:
NOTE:
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
On initial selection of the Main Menu, the
default setting is for Language Selection.
Press OK to select Language Selection, then select
Soundtrack Options. The following option list is displayed:
NOTE: On initial selection of the Main Menu, the default
setting is for Language Selection.
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Soundtrack Options
Current order:
Program Blocking Options
Language to relocate
1 English
2
Blocking Options
Change PIN Code for Blocking
Press and
to select option
Press OK to confirm selection
Press
to select option
and
to relocate this language
Press OK to confirm or EXIT to cancel.
Press
3
On the RCU, press
or
arrow to highlight the preferred
language that you wish to relocate from the list.
4
Press
to move the highlighted language option into the
relocation window.
NOTE:
5
Although several languages can be available,
only two can be relocated into positions 1 and
2.
3
Press OK.
A Security Check screen is displayed, in which the PIN code
must be entered using the RCU.
4
On entering the correct PIN, a Parental Guidance submenu is
displayed, which is organised as follows:
NOTE: If the incorrect PIN is entered, the previous menu
(Security Check) is again displayed.
Block All
All scrambled programmes are
blocked
Block PG and above
Parental Guidance for
children up to 7 years
Block M and above
Can be viewed by mature
persons older than 12 years
Block MA and above
Can be viewed by mature
persons older than 15 years
Block R and above
Restricted to persons older
than 18
No Block
Can be viewed by all the family
Press OK to confirm your selection.
NOTE:
Pressing
? on the RCU displays the
following window at the top of the TV screen:
?
Selected
English
Press OK to select
Program Blocking Options
The decoder includes a parental guidance facility to control
viewing of age restricted programmes. Access to this facility is
controlled via the Parental PIN code.
TIP:
The PIN is set at the factory to 1 2 3 4. If you intend to use
the parental guidance facility, please change the PIN as
soon as possible. Remember to keep a note of your new
PIN in a secure place.
EXPLANATION
MENU OPTION
5
Press
or
to highlight the preferred control option.
6
Select your choice by pressing OK on the RCU.
7
Press EXIT to return to the Main Menu or MENU to return to the
service.
Changing the PIN Code for Blocking
Program blocking can only be applied to scrambled programmes.
To change your existing PIN to a new number, carry out the
following:
NOTE:
1
Press MENU on the RCU. The Main Menu options list is
displayed.
2
Press MENU on the RCU.
From the Main Menu options list select Program Blocking
Options.
Press
OK.
3
Press OK.
A screen is displayed with Blocking Options highlighted as
follows:
On the Program Blocking Options menu, press
to highlight
Change PIN Code for Blocking, then press OK. The Change
PIN screen is displayed.
4
Key in your old PIN code.
This automatically highlights the new PIN code to be entered.
5
Change the PIN to its new value. Instead of digits, crosses are
displayed for the PIN codes. When the new PIN code is
entered, a second box is highlighted requesting you to
re-enter the new code. This is a safeguard against an initial
incorrect entry.
6
The Program Blocking Options menu is displayed.
To use or change the Parental PIN code your
smart card must be in the decoder.
Blocking Options
1
2
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to select the Program Blocking Options, then press
19
7
Press EXIT to return to the Main Menu or MENU to return to
the service.
Channel Arrangement Options
Information Box Display Period
Delete TV channels
Sort TV channels
Original TV channel set-up
Delete Music/Radio channels
If the period of time that the Information Bar is displayed is either too
long or too short, change the Information Bar display time as
follows:
1
Sort Music/Radio channels
Original Music/Radio channel set-up
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
Search Service names
On the RCU, press
Period.
3
Press OK.The Information Box Display Period screen is
displayed.
4
Press
5
Press OK to confirm the new time or EXIT to cancel the
screen. The Main Menu is displayed.
6
Press EXIT or MENU to return to the service.
or
to select option
Press and
Press OK to confirm selection
to highlight Information Box Display
2
4
to change the info display period (in seconds).
Press OK.
The Delete TV channels screen is displayed which lists eight
channels. The list is composed of skipped and non-skipped
services. Skipped services are indicated by DELETE on the
right of the box, non-deleted services have ADD .
Delete TV channels
Change PULSE PIN-code
The Change PULSE PIN-code option allows you to change the
number of your Pulse PIN code and works in the same way as that
for the Program Blocking Options.
NOTE: Main Menu option “Channel Arrangement Options”
can only be selected after successfully receiving
programming information over-the-air. Before this
happens this option is not displayed.
When the decoder receives digital satellite signals, it also receives
text information about the television and audio services that are
being broadcast. The decoder automatically stores this continually
updated information which you can view at any time.
The decoder also provides sort and reset features to allow you to
arrange the service lists according to your own personal preference.
Delete TV Channels
You may prefer that the list of programmes should only contain
your favourites or should not list those you do not yet subscribe
to. By marking a programme to be deleted, it will not be selected
when stepping through the programme list.
To delete TV services do the following:
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
Options.
3
Add
Add
Add
Delete
Delete
Delete
6
7
8
Channel Arrangement Options
1
Add
Delete
1 TV1
2
3 Showtime
4 Nickelodeon
5 UKTV
Press and
to select a channel
Press to delete selected channel
Press OK to confirm or EXIT to cancel
Sort TV Services
This feature allows you to sort your services into an order of your
choice. The sorting process defines the TV service you want on
any channel number. To sort the order, perform the following:
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
Options.
3
Press OK to display channel arrangement list, in which the
Sort TV Services option is highlighted.
4
Press OK. The Sort TV Services screen is displayed as
follows:
to highlight Channel Arrangement
Sort TV Channels
Current order
to highlight Channel Arrangement
Press OK.The Channel Arrangement Options menu is
displayed with Delete TV channels highlighted.
Channel to relocate
1 ABC
2 SBS
3 Imparja
4
5
6
Press
and
to select a servi ce
Press to r elocate t his service
Press OK to confirm or EXIT to cancel
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4
On the RCU, press
5
Press OK.
A message “Do you want to start the search” is
displayed.
6
Press OK to confirm.
A scanning screen is displayed in which are listed the
operators, services and transport streams. After a period of
time, the previous service is automatically restored.
6
From the displayed list, choose the service that you wish to
move using
or
on the RCU.
7
Press
box.
8
Press or
to highlight the position where you want the
service from the relocation box to be placed.
9
Using , move the service that is now in the relocation box
into the new position in the current order list.
10
Repeat steps 6 to 9 until all services are set as you wish.
11
Press OK to confirm your selections.
The Organising Services menu is displayed.
Mailbox
12
Press EXIT to return to the Main Menu or MENU to return to
the service.
The Service Provider can send global or individual messages over
the air. When a message has been received, the yellow front panel
indicator will be illuminated and the
symbol displayed on every
menu screen.
to move this service into the service to relocate
Original TV Channel Setup
To reset the TV services to the order supplied by the Service
Provider, do the following:
to highlight Search Service Names.
NOTE: The personal sort list is lost after a full rescan has
been performed.
To read the message do the following:
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Mains Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
3
Press OK. The Mail Messages screen is displayed.
Press OK to display channel arrangement options list.
4
Press OK to return to the Main Menu.
4
Press
The front panel yellow indicator will be OFF and the mail symbol will
no longer be displayed.
5
Press OK to reset the services list to the list supplied by the
Service Provider.
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
Options.
3
to highlight Channel Arangement
to highlight Original TV Channel Setup.
A message “ Do you want to reset the TV Channel list?”
is displayed.
6
Press OK.
A scanning screen is displayed after which the TV returns to
its original channel.
Advanced Options
Selecting the Advanced Options on the Main Menu provides access
to important technical settings for the decoder and satellite dish
antenna.
Change Dish Installation
Important!
Delete Music/Radio Channels
Refer to “Delete TV channels” page 18. Select Delete Music/Radio
channels instead of TV channels.
Sort Music/Radio Channels
Refer to “Sort TV Services” page 20. Select Sort Audio Services
instead of TV Services.
Original Music/Radio Channel Setup
Refer to “Original TV channel set-up” this page. Select Original
Music/Radio channel set-up instead of Original TV channel set-up.
Search Service Names
The installation settings should be set by a qualified
person.
Do not change any installation settings before carefully
noting the value of the setting you want to change and
ensuring that the new and old values are written down on
page 30. Incorrect settings will prevent the decoder from
operating correctly.
An installation PIN code must first be entered before the Change
Dish Installation and its sub-menus can be accessed. This measure
helps to prevent accidental changes to the set up. The PIN code is
9949. This number cannot be changed.
LNB Configuration
This facility is used when a new service provider becomes
available. It is recommended that this facility is used on a weekly
basis to upgrade the services available to you .
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Mains Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
Options.
3
Press OK to display channel arrangement options list.
DSD 700
to highlight Mailbox.
to highlight Channel Arrangement
Your decoder supports several LNB and network configuration
options. If your satellite dish installation does not include a Universal
(dual) LNB set up to the factory default settings, it is recommended
that you consult your installer as to your particular setup requirements.
Information on these options for the installer can be found on the
Manufacturer’s website:
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
http://www.uec.co.za
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Set LNB Power
Signal Setup Alternatives
In most installations the correct setting for the LNB Power is “On”.
Certain special applications may require the setting to be “Off”.
The factory preset values will normally not require changing. If, however, it is necessary to insert values for other signal sources, it is
recommended that you contact your local installer.
To set the LNB Power “On” or “Off”, do the following:
Tune DSD
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
If the settings made in LNB Configuration and Signal Setup are satisfactory, retune the decoder with these settings as follows:
2
On the RCU, press
to highlight Advanced Options.
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed, in which the Change
Dish Installation option is highlighted.
1
Press
to highlight Tune DSD.
2
Press OK.
A rotating bar on the decoder front panel indicator indicates that
it is searching for the default frequency. The decoder then
returns to the current service, and the Information Bar and Clock
are displayed for the preset period of time.
4
Press OK.
The PIN Code for Installation screen is displayed.
5
Type the PIN code 9949 using the keypad on the RCU. See
Note. After successfully entering the installation PIN, the Change
Dish Installation Menu is displayed, in which the LNB
Configuration option is highlighted.
NOTE: 9949 is the installation PIN code. A different PIN code is
required for the Parental Guidance PIN .
Reset to Factory Defaults
If difficulty is experienced in the functioning of the decoder, it may be
advisable to reset the factory defaults. This is achieved by selecting
the Reset Factory Defaults then pressing OK.
LoopThrough Mode
6
Press OK.
The LNB Configuration Menu is displayed, in which LNB Setup 1
highlighted.
7
Press OK. The Set LNB Power screen is displayed.
8
Press OK to save ON setting, or press
to OFF.
The Loop through Mode is used when the installation is using DiSEqC
control of LNBs. In a normal setup, it is not important whether this is
Enabled or Disabled. If DiSEqC LNB is used, consult your installer.
Signal Detection
to set the LNB power
This facility is used to help final alignment of the satellite dish and to
confirm that a signal is being received from the satellite.
9
Press OK to activate the setting.
The Change LNB Settings Menu is displayed.
10
Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or MENU to return to
the service.
LNB Setup
The LNB mode and frequency or frequencies must be appropriate for
the LNB installed on the satellite dish. The information is supplied with
the LNB.
NOTE: For LNB adjustment refer to the LNB installer. The
decoder signal detection facility is only useful for final
alignment of a dish that is already aimed roughly at the
satellite. If there is no signal the bars will not be
present.
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
4
Press
5
Press OK.
The Signal Detection screen is displayed. The screen shows
the service provider name and the strength of the signal.
6
Adjust the alignment of the dish to obtain the maximum signal
strength as indicated by the bars on the screen. Press
and
to toggle between the coarse and fine tuning.
7
Physically lock the dish into position, then re-check the signal
detection.
8
Press OK.
The Advance Options Menu is displayed.
9
Press EXIT to return to the Main Menu or MENU to return to the
service.
to highlight Advanced Options.
To set the frequency:
1
Repeat steps 1 to 6 of Set LNB Power (page 21).
2
Press
3
Press
4
Press OK.
The LNB Configuration menu screen is displayed. Press EXIT.
5
The Change Dish Installation menu screen is now displayed.
6
Press
7
Signal Setup 1 (home) is now highlighted on the Signal Setup
menu. Press OK.
8
The Signal setup screen displays the parameters for the
particular signal source, and also shows the configuration of
the selected LNB.
22
to highlight LNB Mode.
to highlight LNB frequency.
to highlight Signal Detection.
to highlight Signal Setup, then press OK.
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DSD 700
Information
4
Press
to highlight TV Installation.
The Information Menu has three sub-menus, DSD Status, CA Status
and Loader Status, which provide important diagnostic and version
information to technical personnel. These status screen are read-only
screens. You may be asked to read some of this information to Hot Line
personnel.
5
Press OK.
A security check screen is displayed, in which you must enter
the installation PIN (9949).
The TV Type option is automatically highlighted when the
correct PIN is entered.
To view the information do the following:
6
Press OK. A TV type list is displayed in which PAL BG is
highlighted. Press
to highlight any other TV type.
Press OK to activate the setting and leave the screen, or EXIT
to cancel the setting.
DSD Status
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
7
2
On the RCU, press
Aspect Ratio
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
The Aspect Ratio allows the user to select between a normal width
TV and a wide-screen TV.
4
Press
1
Repeat steps 1 to 5 for setting the TV Type (page 23).
5
Press OK.
The Information Menu is displayed, in which the DSD Status
option is highlighted.
2
Press
3
Press OK.
The Aspect Ratio screen is displayed, in which the 4:3 aspect
is highlighted.
4
Press
to select the 16:9 aspect ratio (4:3 is for normal TV,
16:9 for wide-screen TV).
5
Store the setting by pressing OK on the RCU.
to highlight Advanced Options.
to highlight Information.
6
Press OK. The DSD Status screen is displayed
7
To exit the DSD Status information screen, press EXIT to return
to the previous menu or MENU to return to the service.
CA Status
to highlight Aspect Ratio.
UHF Tuning
1
Repeat steps 1 to 5 of the DSD Status screen.
2
Press
3
Press OK. The CA Status screen is displayed.
4
To exit the CA Status information screen, press EXIT to return to
the previous menu or MENU to return to the service.
The UHF Tuning application allows the user to select a particular
UHF channel for satellite viewing.
to highlight CA Status.
1
Repeat steps 1 to 5 for setting the TV Type (page 23).
2
Press
3
Press OK. The UHF Tuning screen is displayed and the
decoder front panel display shows the current UHF channel
number.
4
Press
or
to increase or decrease the channel number.
If the channel number is changed, the TV picture is lost
because the TV is not tuned to the new channel. The
changed channel number is displayed on the decoder front
panel.
5
Store the setting by pressing OK on the RCU.
6
Press MENU to exit from the menu.
7
Retune the TV set to the new decoder UHF channel.
Typical values are PAL I, PAL B, PAL G, PAL B/G, etc. The TV type is
determined by the TV system used in the country of installation (default is PAL BG).
TIP:
Pressing and holding down UHF (not in menu, Information Bar
or EPG mode) also causes the UHF Tuning screen to be
displayed.
To set the TV Type:
NOTE:
Loader Status
1
Repeat steps 1 to 5 of the DSD Status screen.
2
Press
3
Press OK.
The Loader Status screen is displayed.
4
To exit the Loader Status information screen, press EXIT to
return to the previous menu or MENU to return to the service.
to highlight Loader Status.
TV Installation
TV Type
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
2
On the RCU, press
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
DSD 700
to highlight UHF Tuning.
Pressing EXIT at any time while this screen is
displayed will return you to the service without
saving any changes made.
to highlight Advanced Options.
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SCART Source
2
Press
This screen allows the user to set the sources for the various
SCART connectors on the decoder.
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
The options available for each SCART source are:
4
Press
5
Press OK.
The Change Modem Settings screen is displayed.
6
Press
To change the settings of Scart Source screen, do the following:
7
Edit the Pulse/Tone setting using
1
Repeat steps 1 to 6 for setting the TV Type (page 23).
8
Edit the Prefix digits using the numbered buttons and
backspace.
2
Press
9
Press OK to activate the setting and leave the screen.
3
Press OK. The SCART Source option is displayed.
10
4
Press
or
source.
Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or MENU to return to
the service.
5
Store the setting by pressing OK on the RCU.
6
Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or MENU to return to
the service.
a.
Satellite
b.
TV
c.
Video recorder
to highlight SCART Source.
to set the input signal of the selected SCART
to highlight Advanced Options.
to highlight Change Modem Settings.
or
to highlight the field to be edited.
and
.
as
Local Time
Greenwich Mean Time is transmitted via the satellite signal and received by the IRD. If the user lives in a different time-zone, the IRD must
be set up during installation to show the correct local time for the Local
Time. In order to set the time do the following :
SCART Video Output
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Menu Options list is displayed.
2
Press
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
4
Press
5
Press OK.
The Local Time screen is displayed.
6
Press
and
to add or subtract offsets of 30 minutes until
the local time displayed shows the actual time for your location.
7
Press OK to save the setting and leave the screen.
8
Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or MENU to return to
the service.
This screen allows the user to set the type of SCART video output
for the various SCART outputs on the decoder.
to highlight Advanced Options.
The options available for each SCART output are:
a.
NOTE:
TV SCART Output:
Composite
RGB
S Video
Not used
When Not Used is selected the VCR SCART output
is not displayed.
b.
VCR SCART Output:
Composite
S Video
To change the settings of the Scart Video Output screen, do the
following:
1
Repeat steps 1 to 6 for setting the TV Type (page 23).
2
Press
3
Press OK. The SCART Video Output screen is displayed.
4
Press
to highlight the SCART output to be edited.
5
Press
SCART.
or
6
Store the setting by pressing OK on the RCU.
7
Press EXIT to return to the previous menu or MENU to return to
the service
to highlight Local Time.
DSD Upgrade
to highlight SCART Video Output.
to set the output signal of the selected
Change Modem Settings (if fitted)
If a modem is installed in the decoder, the Change Modem Settings
screen allows the user to select Pulse or Dial Tone for the modem,
and (if applicable) to define a prefix string for the modem.
Upgrades involve replacing the software (programs) in the DSD with
improved software, adding more features and improving the existing
operation of the DSD. This ensures that the DSD does not have to be
replaced each time advances in technology occur.
DSD software upgrades normally take place automatically over-theair. The DSD can be upgraded when it is in standby or while it is
switched to a channel. The DSD cannot be upgraded if it is switched
off at the mains. It is strongly recommended that your DSD is in standby
when you are not using it (you do this by pressing
on the RCU).
The Mail Menu will usually warn you that a software upgrade will take
place.
A facility is provided whereby you can check if new software is
available and you can then start the upgrade yourself. This is
necessary if the DSD has not been upgraded over-the-air due to, for
instance, prolonged power failures.
1
Press MENU on the RCU.
The Main Menu options list is displayed.
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DSD 700
To upgrade the DSD software or check whether an upgrade is available, carry out the following:
1
Press the menu button on the RCU once. The Main Menu will
appear on the TV set.
2
Press
3
Press OK.
The Advanced Options Menu is displayed.
4
Press
5
Press OK.
to highlight Advanced Options.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If any problems are encountered when operating the decoder, make
use of the following guidelines to assist in solving the problem. The
decoder will automatically detect and diagnose many decoder and
transmission related problems. Where possible, the errors will be
communicated via messages on the TV screen and/or the decoder
display panel.
Locate either the corresponding error number and message or the
description of your problem in the troubleshooting table and follow
the advice provided.
to highlight DSD Upgrade.
If you have tried the appropriate remedy and still have difficulty in
operating your decoder, please call the appropriate hot line.
The Upgrade screen is displayed with the message “Checking for
upgrade”. At this point, depending on whether an upgrade is available
or not, one of the following two messages appears on your TV screen:
Failure: no download found. or The upgrade will take
approximately X minutes. Press OK to continue or EXIT to cancel.
If no upgrade is available, the decoder will return to the service.
If an upgrade is available but you do not wish to upgrade, press EXIT
to return to the previous menu.
6
If you wish to upgrade press OK. A message is displayed:
The upgrade is active and will take approximately X
minutes
After the download is completed, the decoder will return to the
current service.
The process will take approximately 23 minutes. DO NOT
DISCONNECT THE DSD MAINS CONNECTION OR ANTENNA CABLE
DURING THIS PERIOD.
If, during an over-the air download, the decoder fails to accept the
download or freezes, a forced download can be performed as
follows
On the DSD front panel carry out the following procedure:
Press STANDBY, , , STANDBY in sequence. All button presses
should be done in quick succession.
A rotating bar on the DSD display indicates that a download is taking
place.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Decoder
Front Panel
Message/Display on
TV Screen or Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedies
Any menu is displayed
Normal operation. The decoder Press the MENU button on the
is in menu mode
remote to return to normal viewing
Blank display
Blank screen (TV switched
on)
No mains power to the decoder
Ensure that the mains lead to the
decoder and mains power point is
securely plugged into the mains
outlet, and that the mains is
switched on
Small green dot
Blank screen (TV switched
on)
Normal operation. The decoder
is in standby mode
Press
on the remote to return
to return to normal viewing
Any display
Remote control does not work
Check that remote batteries are
correctly inserted.
Replace batteries and re-try
No Audio/Noisy Audio
PAL setting incorrect
Restore correct TV type for
country of operation
Terrestrial programme
displayed
Incorrect TV channel selected
to view the satellite decoder
On the TV, select the channel
allocated to view the decoder
programmes
Incomplete video recording
- a portion of the recorded
satellite programme has not
recorded
The decoder has been switched Do not make any adjustments
to standby or to a different
or selections with the remote
service during the recording
during recordings
Interrupted video recording.
Menus or other text appear
on the recorded satellite
programme, or the sound
level fluctuates
A button has been pressed on
the remote
Do not make any adjustments
or selections with the remote
during recordings
Refer to Programme Blocking
in this manual. If you have
forgotten your PIN code
consult your service provider
Refer to Parental Guidance
section
No small flashing
green dot when
any button on the
remote is pressed
Any programme
number
NOTE: The recording of any
channel is subject to copyright
laws
Blank display
Security check screen
followed by programme
blocking menu
Incorrect PIN number entered
Any programme
number
Programme at incorrect
programme blocking level
Programme blocking level
set incorrectly
3 flashing dashes TV picture breaks up and
and error dot (red) eventually NO SIGNAL
banner displayed
Heavy thunderstorm in progress Wait until storm subsides
either locally or at transmission
point
Any programme
number
SCART functionality incorrectly
set
Press UHF button on remote to
obtain IRD on front panel display
No audio or video
3 flashing dashes
and error dot (red)
NO SIGNAL
or
SEARCHING FOR SIGNAL
AT XXXX MHZ
Faulty installation
Signal problem
Heavy rain (normal operation will
resume as soon as the rain
subsides
Check, repair or replace cables
Check decoder installation settings
Realign the dish
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E03 CA module failure
The CAM is malfunctioning
Call the service provider
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DSD 700
TROUBLESHOOTING
Decoder
Front Panel
Message/Display on
TV Screen or Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedies
Error dot (red)
E04 Please insert Smart Card
The Smart Card is not inserted
Reinsert the Smart Card
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E05 Unknown card
The Smart Card is not applicable Reinsert the Smart Card
to this system
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E06 Smart Card failure
The Smart Card is damaged
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E07 Checking Smart Card
The decoder is briefly checking
the Smart Card
If, after 30 seconds, the
message is still displayed,
reinsert the Smart Card.
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E08 CA Module failure
The CAM is malfunctioning
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E09 CAD EEPROM error
Error dot (red)
The Smart Card is malfunctioning
Reinsert the Smart Card
Call the service provider
E11 Updating CAD EEPROM
The decoder is briefly checking
the Smart Card
If, after 60 seconds, the
message is still displayed,
reinsert the Smart Card.
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E12 CAM failure
The CAM is malfunctioning
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E13 CAM failure
The CAM is malfunctioning
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E14 Service is currently
scrambled
There is a problem with the
transmission
Wait for the resumption of
transmission
Error dot (red)
E15 Smart Card error
Smart Card damaged
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E16 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E17 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E18 Unknown Card
The Smard Card is not applicable Insert the correct Smart Card
to this system
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E19 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Error dot (red)
E20 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E21 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
Event Purchased
Error dot (red)
Preview period
Error dot (red)
E24 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Error dot (red)
E25 Event already purchased
Attempt to re-purchase an event
Error dot (red)
E26 Event for sale - cheap
Special of the day
Error dot (red)
E27 No further purchases
possible
Event limit reached
DSD 700
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Call the service provider
Call the service provider
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Decoder
Front Panel
Error dot (red)
Message/Display on
TV Screen or Symptom
Possible Cause
Entitlements Credit in Smart
Card exhausted
E28 Credit limit reached
Remedies
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E30 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E30 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E31 Service is currently
scrambled
E32 Service is currently
scrambled
E34 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Access to service denied
Call the service provider
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
Error dot (red)
Error dot (red)
E35 Service is currently
scrambled
Access to service denied
Error dot (red)
E37 Service unknown
System error
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E38 Service is not currently
running
The service is being used for a
special event
Consult the EPG
Error dot (red)
E39 Locating service
The decoder is busy locating
a service
Wait briefly while service is
located
Error dot (red)
E40 IRD memory full
System error
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E41 Service is not currently
available
The programme has been
blocked by means of Program
Blocking
Re-assign blocking level
Error dot (red)
E42 Parental control lock
The service has been blocked
Reset blocking level if required
Error dot (red)
E45 Service not allowed
The satellite dish is not receiving
a signal
Check that the satellite
frequency has been correctly
set
Check the installation
Call the service provider
Error dot (red)
E46 Reading satellite information
Error dot (red)
E47 No soundtrack available
An unavailable language has
been selected
Select an available soundtrack
Error dot (red)
E49 LNB overload detected
Installation faulty
Check installation for short
circuits
Consult installer
Error dot (red)
E50 No service available
Error dot (red)
E 53 Incorrect PIN
Error dot (red)
E54 IPPV OK
Error dot (red)
E55 No event information found
Error dot (red)
E56 CAM not compatible
Error dot (red)
E64 Invalid tuning parameters
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DSD 700
SPECIFICATIONS
DSD AUDIO
Decompression
Due to continued product improvement, this specification is subject
to change without prior notice.
Channels
Sampling Frequencies
GENERAL
Front Panel Control Buttons
REMODULATOR RF SIGNAL
Depth of Modulation
Output Channel Range
Vision-to-sound ratio
Vision-to-sound frequency
variance
Vision carrier frequency drift
RF output level
Output spurii
RF stray radiation
Intermodulation
RF bypass bandwidth
RF bypass insertion gain
RF bypass channel tilt
Reset
On/Standby, TV/Audio, Programme/
Volume up/down
On/Standby and TV/Audio
simultaneously
RCU
Multi-button, infrared, battery
operated RCU.
Range 7 m, ± 45E in horizontal
plane, ± 20E in the vertical plane.
Batteries Type AAA
User Interface
Full On-screen Display with point
and select menus for setup. TV
viewing, audio listening, teletext and
future interactivity
Subscription service facilities Smart Card, on-board CA software
and over-the-air upgradable
software
Built-in modem (optional) Data port
UHF Modulator
PAL I, B, G or BG, Ch 21 to 69,
preset to Ch 38
Mains Voltage
Power Consumption
210 - 250 V AC 50 Hz
30 W Maximum
Dimensions
Weight
357 x 70 x 240 mm (W x H x D)
Approx. 2.5 kg (unpacked)
Operating Conditions:
Relative Humidity
Temperature 5 EC to 45 EC
5% to 80% <38 EC wet bulb
temperature
0 to 2000 m
Altitude
CONNECTORS
LNB input
LNB output
Terrestrial antenna input
TV RF output
TV SCART
vCR SCART
S-VHS
Variable left channel
audio output to TV/VCR
Variable right channel
audio output to TV/VCR
Fixed left and right audio
channels to Hi-Fi
Mono audio to TV/VCR
Internal modem (where fitted)
External modem port
Data service port
RCA
VIDEO SIGNAL
Output
Format
Bandwidth
1 V peak-to-peak, 75 S
PAL
5 MHz
Dynamic range
Distortion
Noise
L-R level difference
Crosstalk
1 V r.m.s. into 10 kS
20 Hz to 20 kHz at 44.1 kHz sampling
rate
80 dB
± 0.2% @ 1 kHz
-80 dBF
0.5 dB
-60 dB
EXTERNAL MODEM
Maximum data rate
19200 bits/s
DSD FACTORY SETTINGS
#
Installation pin
#
Remod Channel
#
TV-Standard
#
TV Aspect Ratio
#
LNB Power
#
LNB mode
LNB frequency
9949
38
PAL B
4x3
ON
Single
11300
RCA
#
#
#
#
SATELLITE RECEIVER TUNER
Receiver Frequency Range
950 to 2150 MHz
Input Signal Level
-20 dBm to -65 dBm
Polarisation Switching
13.5 - 18 V DC 400 mA maximum,
short circuit protection
DiSEqC
Modulated onto 22 kHz
DEMODULATOR
Type
Input Data Rate
Error Correction
QPSK
2 to 45 Mb/s
DVB specified FEC code rates
DSD VIDEO
MPEG-2
DSD 700
± 20 kHz from nominal
± 10 kHz
73 dBF V
<-60 dB
<20 dBF V at antenna input
-60 dBc
47 MHz to 860 MHz
2 dB
1 dB
4 Mbyte
2 Mbyte
8 kbyte
#
RCA
RCA
RJ11
9 pin D-type male
9 pin D-type female
88%
21 to 69 (preset to channel 38)
14 dB
MEMORY
RAM
Flash - RAM
Non-volatile memory
AUDIO SIGNALS
Output
Frequency range
F-connector
F-connector
IEC 169 female
IEC 169 male
SCART
SCART
MiniDIN
MPEG-1, MPEG-2 Layer II,
Musicam
Single channel, joint stereo, stereo
32.0 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48.0 kHz
#
#
#
#
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Homing Channel
Frequency
Homing Channel
Polarisation
Homing Channel
Modulation
Homing Channel
Symbol Rate
Homing Channel
FEC Rate
Info Bar display
time
Parental Level
Parental code
Language option
12407
Vertical
QPSK
30000
2/3
5 seconds
Unlocked
1234
English
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HOTLINES
MANUFACTURERS WEBSITE: http://www.uec.co.za
Installation Settings
(to be filled in by the installer)
DSD Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Smart Card Serial No.
Work Order No.
Installer Name
Installer Tele No.
UHF Channel Setting
LNB IN
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
LNB Power
LNB Mode
LNB Frequency
Lo Freq
Hi Freq
DiSEqC
Command
Tone Burst
Signal Setup
number
Source Active
Frequency
Symbol Rate
Polarisation
FEC
LNB Selection
30
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DSD 700
NOTES
DSD 700
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
31
32
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DSD 700