Samsung SMT-H3260 User guide

SAFETY CONCERNS
The purpose of the Safety Concerns section is to ensure the safety of users and
prevent property damage. Please read this document carefully for proper use.
Conventions
Warning
Provides information or instructions that you should follow in order to avoid
personal injury or fatality.
Caution
Provides information or instructions that you should follow in order to avoid a
service failure or damage to your STB.
Note
Indicates additional information for referrence.
Checks
Provides the operator with checkpoints for stable system operation.
Symbols
Caution
Indication of a general caution
Restriction
Indication for prohibiting an action for a product
Instruction
Indication for commanding a specifically required action
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Warning
WARNING
Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock.
Power
Insert the power plug firmly.
Do not connect multiple devices to a
single outlet simultaneously.
Do not touch the main body,
If video/sound cable generates heat
power cord, or power plug with
wet hands.
after connection, pull out the power
cord and contact customer service
immediately.
Installation/Maintenance
Install the product in an area with
good ventilation.
Do not cover the top.
Do not install in humid or dusty
Pull out the power plug during
areas, and avoid installing near
heating devices.
thunderstorms or when not used for a
prolonged period of time.
Keep flammable substances or
sprays away from the STB.
Pull out the power plug at once and
contact customer service if unusual
noise, smell, or smoke comes out.
Do not place heavy objects on this
product.
General
Check if the coaxial cable is
Ask the installation engineer to check
correctly grounded before
connecting to the STB.
if the STB to be connected is
correctly grounded.
Class 1 LED Product.
This product complies with 21 CFR
Chapter 1, subchapter J
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Caution
CAUTION
Doing so may cause the damage to the product and
the product to be out of order.
Power
Connect your TV after powering
Do not insert the power plug before
off the TV and the STB by pulling
out the power plugs.
connecting the power cable to the
product.
The socket-outlet shall be
Before connecting the power source,
installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible
permanent protective earth
connection to the Cable distribution
should be made
Installation/Maintenance
Install the product correctly
complying with the instructions in
the user guide.
Do not remove the CableCARD™
from the STB.
Do not spray water directly on the
Do not place any metal items such as
unit and do not use chemical
pins, paper clips or coins on the top
of the product.
solvents such as wax, mosquito
spray, alcohol or detergent.
Do not place the product on
Risk of Electric Shock, Do NOT
unstable support.
OPEN.
Do not disassemble, repair, or
Wipe the product with a soft and dry
remodel.
cloth when cleaning.
No connection to Antenna.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Conventions........................................................................... 1
Symbols................................................................................. 1
Warning ................................................................................. 2
Caution .................................................................................. 3
Digital HD STB ...................................................................... 5
Checking Items...................................................................... 6
Names and Functions ........................................................... 7
Front Panel...........................................................................................7
Rear Panel............................................................................................8
CableCARD™ ....................................................................... 9
Installation Environment ...................................................... 10
Peripheral Device Connection..............................................11
Connection to a TV Having Composite Inputs ............................. 12
Connection to a TV Having Component Jacks (Y, Pb, Pr).......... 13
HDMI Cable Connection.................................................................. 14
Amplifier Connection .................................................... 15
VCR Connection............................................................................... 16
Home Network Connection (optional service) .............................. 17
USB Connection ............................................................................... 18
Specification ........................................................................ 20
Cable Specifications ............................................................ 21
REQUIRED PUBLIC STATEMENT FOR GPL/LGPL LICENSED
SOFTWARE USED IN THIS PRODUCT............................ 22
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BEFORE USE
Digital HD STB
Digital HD OCAP STB (Digital High-Definition OpenCable Application Platform SetTop Box) provides high quality video and audio broadcasting, and interactive services
including Video-On-Demand.
Digital HD STB (SMT-H3260) provides the following functions.
- An MPEG decoder capable of processing HD/SD stream
- SCTE55-1, 55-2 and DOCSIS Cable Modem for OOB Signaling
- Digital AV transmission, such as IEEE1394 and HDMI
- Content Protection
- CableCARD Interface for CAS
- OCAP™ 1.0 application platform
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Checking Items
Please make sure the following items are contained in your product package box.
SMT-H3260
Audio Cable
Video Cable (Component Cable)
Power Cable
User guide
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Names and Functions
Names and functions on the front and rear panel of Set-top box are described as
follows:
Front Panel
The buttons and LEDs on the front are described as follows:
Name
[Active/Standby]
Button
Function
Enable/Disable Standby mode. When Standby mode is on, the
LED display is dimmed and all the A/V outputs are disabled.
In normal operation mode, the Blue LED Bar to the left of front
panel keys is illuminated
- Active Mode: The STB is in operation mode and you can get
broadcasting.
- Standby Mode: The power is supplied and it is in ready to active
status.
List Button
Listing the home network contents (option).
Guide Button
Move to the [On screen Guide] screen.
CH±/Vol±/Select
-[
][
]: menu movement, channel selection.
-[
][
]: menu movement, volume adjustment.
Button
- [Select]: select the menu.
Info Button
Check the current channel number and display the selected menu
or detailed information of an item.
Exit Button
Exit menus, guide and program information.
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Rear Panel
The port names and functions of the rear panel are described as follows:
Name
Function
CABLE IN
Connect the coaxial cable that transmits the signal from the
Cable Service Provider.
CableCARD Slot
Allows CableCARD access.
1394
Connect an IEEE1394 cable to IEEE1394 (Firewire) supported
HDTV.
VIDEO/AUDIO OUT
Connect a RCA cable to send an analog Video/Audio signal to
the TV or VCR.
Y/Pb/Pr Out (HDTV)
Connect the component output ports to the component input
on your HDTV.
SPDIF
Connect an optical cable to send a digital audio signal to a
digital audio device.
HDMI
Connect a HDMI cable to a HDMI supported HDTV.
LAN
Connect a LAN cable to a LAN port of another STB.
(Optional function)
POWER
Connect the power cord to supply AC power to the STB.
USB
Connect to external USB devices, such as a keyboard or
mouse.
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CableCARD™
CableCARD is an STB authorization device, which allows subscribers to watch
digitally encrypted programs.
CableCARD is inserted by the service provider when a digital broadcasting receiver is
installed.
CableCARD Use
Do not remove the CableCARD. CableCARD failure or service disruption may
occur.
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INSTALLATION
Follow the instructions below to see how to install the Digital HD STB.
Installation Environment
The proper installation environment for the STB is as follows.
Item
Description
Operation Temperature
32~104 ˚F
Operation Humidity
Equal to or lower than 95% (104 ˚F)
Power Consumption
23W Max.
Rated Input Voltage
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Channel Input Frequency
54~1002 MHz
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Peripheral Device Connection
The method of connecting the cable and each peripheral device to the STB is as
follows:
VCR
Cable Port
Digital Audio
Another STB
(Optional Service)
keyboard
or
mouse
TV
(The product image may differ from the actual product.)
Connection Device
Reference Page
Connection Device
Reference Page
TV
13~15
Home Network
18
VCR
17
USB
20
Digital Audio
16
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Connection to a TV Having Composite Inputs
Below is the method for connecting to a TV having composite Inputs.
Video Input
Video & Audio Cable
Audio Input
(L)
Audio Input
(R)
TV
Video Connection
Connection to the VIDEO OUT jack
Using the yellow video connector of a Video & Audio cable, connect the VIDEO OUT
jack on the rear panel of the STB to the Video Input jack on the TV.
Audio Connection
Using the provided Audio cable or audio connectors of Video & Audio cable, connect
the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks on the rear panel of the STB to the Audio Input (L/R)
jacks on the TV. Be sure to match the audio jacks with the plugs of the same color.
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Connection to a TV Having Component Jacks
(Y, Pb, Pr)
See below to connect to a TV having a Component port (Y, Pb, Pr).
When connecting the Component Video and Audio cables, be sure to match the jacks
to the plugs of the same color.
Audio
Audio (L)
Input Audio
(R)
Audio Cable
Y
DTV
Video
Input
TV
Pb
Pr
Video Cable
Video Connection
Using the provided Component Video cable, connect the Y, Pb, Pr (HDTV) jack on
the rear panel of the STB to the Y, Pb, Pr (DTV Video Input) jack on the TV.
Audio Connection
Using the offered Audio cable, connect the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks on the rear panel
of the STB to the Audio Input (L/R) jacks on the TV.
Be sure to match the audio jacks with the plugs of the same color.
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HDMI Cable Connection
This section describes how to connect the television to the STB by using an HDMI
cable.
Select one
from the
two cables.
HDMI
DVI
TV
TV
HDMI Connection
Connect the HDMI output port on the rear panel of the STB with the HDMI input port
of your digital TV by using an HDMI cable (Not provided). An HDMI cable carries
both the digital Video and digital Audio signals; a separate audio connection to your
TV is not needed.
DVI Connection
Connect the HDMI output port on the rear panel of the STB with the DVI input port of
your digital TV by using the HDMI-DVI conversion cable (Not provided).
If using a DVI cable you must connect the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks on the rear panel
of the STB to the Audio Input (L/R) jacks on the TV
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
The HDMI port provides high-definition video and is the highest quality video
connection.
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Amplifier Connection
See below to connect a receiver amplifier (an amplifier or Home Theater that can
decode Dolby Digital sound).
Digital Audio Cable
SPDIF
Using an Optical cable, connect the SPDIF port of the Dolby digital amplifier to the
SPDIF port on rear panel of the STB.
Use the connection to enjoy the digital sound of 5.1 channels.
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VCR Connection
See below to connect a VCR to the STB.
Video Input
Audio Input
(Left)
Audio Input
(Right)
Video & Audio Cable
VCR
Video Connection
Connection to VIDEO OUT jack
Using the yellow video connector of a Video & Audio cable, connect the VIDEO OUT
jack on the rear panel of the STB to the Video Input jack on the VCR.
Audio Connection
Using the offered Audio cable or audio connectors of Video & Audio cable, connect
the AUDIO OUT (L/R) jacks on the rear panel of the STB to the Audio Input (L/R)
jacks on the VCR. Be sure to match the audio jacks with the plugs of the same color.
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Home Network Connection (optional service)
This section describes how to connect another STB to your STB by using an
Ethernet Cable.
Another Set-top box
Connect the LAN port on the rear of the STB with the LAN port of another STB by
using an Ethernet cable.
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USB Connection
This section describes how to connect additional USB devices like USB a keyboard
or mouse.
keyboard
or
mouse
Connect the USB port on rear of the STB with USB devices by using USB cable.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
This section describes problems you may encounter while using SMT-H3260.
If a problem occurs in SMT-H3260, check the following items first.
Screen
Trouble
Solution
The TV screen does not display
any video.
1. Check if the power of the TV and Set-top box are
turned on.
2. Verify the cables are connected properly to the TV
3. Check if the STB is selected as the TV’s source.
Remote Control
Trouble
The remote control does not
operate.
Solution
1. Check if the remote control is suitable for use with
the STB.
2. Check if the remote control operates normally after
changing the batteries.
3. Check if the batteries are inserted correctly in the
remote control.
4. Check if any obstacle exists between the STB and
the remote control.
5. Check if the remote control operates normally
when used at a close distance.
General
Trouble
You can not hear Audio from TV or
Amplifier system
Solution
1. Check if the audio jacks of the TV are properly
connected to the audio output jacks of the STB.
2. If the audio cable is connected properly, check if
the mute function is set. If the mute function is set,
press the [Mute] button of the remote control in
order to release the mute function.
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ANNEX
Specification
The specification of SMT-H3260 as follows:
Description
Category
Video Output
Composite (VIDEO OUT), Component(Y, Pb, Pr)
Audio Output
Stereo L/R (AUDIO OUT), SPDIF Optic(SPDIF)
Video/Audio Output
HDMI, IEEE1394
USB Port
USB 2.0
OOB (Out of Band)
FDC (Forward Data Channel)
- RF Input Tuning Range: 70 MHz to 130 MHz.
- RF Input level range: -15 to +15 dBmV
- Format: SCTE 55-1, 55-2
RDC (Reverse Data Channel)
- RF Output Frequency Range: 5 MHz to 42 MHz.
- Transmit level range: +26 to +60 dBmV
- Encoding: QPSK
DSG (DOCSIS Set-top Gateway)
Downstream
- RF Input Tuning Range: 88 to 860 MHz
- RF Input Modulation: 64QAM/256QAM
- RF Input level range: -15 to +15 dBmV
Upstream
- RF Output Frequency Range: 5 MHz to 42 MHz.
- RF Output Modulation: QPSK/16QAM, 64QAM
- Transmit level range: +8 to +60 dBmV
Rated Input Voltage
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
23 W Max.
Operation Temperature
32~104 ˚F
Size (inches)
13.7 (Width) x 9.3 (Depth) x 2.3 (Height)
Weight (Lb)
4.1
Size (mm)
350 (Width) × 238 (Depth) × 60 (Height)
Weight (kg)
1.89
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Cable Specifications
Category
Description
Channel Input Frequency
54 MHz to 1002 MHz
Cable Input Signal level Range
-15 to +15 dBmV
Cable Input Signal Modulation
64QAM/256QAM
Macrovision Product Notice
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S.
patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home
and other limited consumer uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Macrovision Installation Recommendation
Do not connect the unit through a VCR. Video signals fed through VCRs may be
affected by copyright protection systems and the picture will be distorted on the
television. Some PPV or VOD programs may be protected by copyright protection
systems.
Dolby Logo Usage Approval
Manufactured under license from DOLBY Laboratories.
‘DOLBY’ and the DOUBLE-D Symbol are trademarks of DOLBY Laboratories.
Trademarks of Cable Television Laboratories Usage Approval
OpenCable™, DOCSIS™, CableCARD™, OCAP™ are trademarks of Cable
Television Laboratories, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective
owners.
B Class IT Device of Registration Compatible with Electromagnetic
Waves for Home
This product can be used for home as device of the registration compatible with
electromagnetic waves. This can be used in all areas.
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REQUIRED PUBLIC STATEMENT
FOR GPL/LGPL LICENSED
SOFTWARE USED IN THIS
PRODUCT
The following GPL and LGPL software are used in this product and are subject to the GPL/LGPL License
Agreements included as part of this documentation:
GPL SOFTWARE
- Linux Kernel
- Busybox
- xfsprogs
- dhcpcd
- tftpd
- fdisk
LGPL SOFTWARE
- libuClibc.so
- ld.so
- libc.so
- libm.so
- libpthread.so
To obtain the source code covered under those Licenses, please visit
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