Univers by FTE U4112 Installation guide

U4112
SAFETY PRECAUTION
The lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user
to “dangerous voltage”
and to prevent from a
risk of electric shock.
Warning:
To reduce the risk of electric shock,
don’t open the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
The exclamation point
within an equilateral
triangle is intended
to alert the user to
important operating and
maintenance (servicing).
DO NOT INSTALL THE RECEIVER:
- On an unstable surface
- Subject to direct sunlight
- In high humidity environment
- Outside the receiver’s temperature range (+5°...+40°C)
If the receiver is subject to severe temperature changes, it can suffer from water condensation inside.
Switch off the receiver in these cases for at least 2 hours before resuming operation.
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Please read the manual carefully before installing the receiver.
Caution: Never open the device by yourself. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the unit. Refer
servicing to qualified staff only.
When installing the receiver, always unplug the receiver from the mains voltage.
Unplug the receiver from the mains in case of long periods without operating the receiver (for example,
during holidays!).
To prevent shock hazard, do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Always unplug the receiver before cleaning it or working on the connections.
Do not install the receiver close to strong heat sources, and ensure a good aeration if you plan to install
the receiver in a small cabinet.
Before you start operating the receiver, make sure that the satellite antenna is properly built up, optimally
connected and aligned.
The correct place to install the receiver is, of course, near your TV set and any other A/V signal sources
(DVD, VCR, CD, game console, etc.).
Choose a stable support, in which you can easily lay the necessary connecting cables without stumblingdanger.
The receiver should be installed near an easily accessible outlet.
Do not install the receiver in a place where it can be reached by liquid spills.
Do not put any heavy objects as, for example, a TV-device over the receiver; the receiver could be
damaged.
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QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
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FOLLOW NEXT STEPS FOR THE CORRECT INSTALLATION OF THIS RECEIVER.
STEP 1: CONNECTIONS
The coaxial cable, with satellite signal, must be connected to the “IF IN” connector. The “TV SCART”
connector must be connector to the TV set.
Depending on the type of installation, the receiver should be connected and configured following next
examples.
Example 3 – Combined with terrestrial
Example 4 – Motorized system
STEP 2: BASIC CONFIGURATION OF THE
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The receiver includes an installation assistant (Quick Setup)
that will help you to setup the different parameters.
When the receiver is turned on at first time (using the button at
the rear panel of the receiver), the next menu is shown on the
TV (Image 1):
The receiver is programmed with all the channels of Astra (at
position 1 of the DISEqC), Hotbird (at position 2 of the DISEqC),
Hispasat (at position 3 of the DISEqC) and Turksat (at position
4 of the DISEqC). If your installation is different to this case,
please follow installation steps to search the channels.
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Example 2 – DISEqC switches
Example 1 – Basic System
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In order to move through the different options of this menu,
please use the keys [
] of your remote control. If a “Short
circuit on the LNB” message is shown on the TV, please check
the connections before continuing the installation.
Language: press [
] to select languages. The selection
of languages include: English, German, French, Italian,
Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Polish, Hungary and Arabic.
First Audio: Some channels offer more than one audio language.
This function allows you to set the preferred audio language for
those channels using [
]. If a channel offers the same
audio language as the “First Audio” you set the system will play
this audio language as default. If the channel does not offer
this audio language then the system will compare the offered
languages with the second audio language. The selections of
audio languages include: English, French, German, Russian,
Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish and Italian.
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Second Audio: If the channel has no audio language that
corresponds with “First Audio” but with “Second Audio” the
system will play the second audio language as default. If no
audio language corresponds with the “Second Audio” then the
default language of the current channel will be played instead.
The selections of audio languages include: English, French,
German, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish
and Italian.
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LNB Power: Here you can set the power output to the LNB. If
your receiver is connected to the LNB directly then you need to
set the LNB Power to “On”. If your receiver is connected to a
multi switch (SMATV signal distribution system) then it may be
that you don’t need to provide the power to the LNB. But since
this is depending on the kind of installed distribution system we
recommend you to contact your installer or to refer to the user
manual of this system to get the correct information.
Antenna Setup: You can edit the following items (Image 2):
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] to switch Satellites or press [OK] to
1. Satellite: Press [
enter satellite list to select directly.
2. LNB Configuration: Selecting this option and pressing [OK],
the LNB Configuration menu will be displayed. In this menu,
next options can be modified (Image 3):
- LNB Type: Press [
] to switch among “Standard”, “User”
and “Universal” mode. If you select “Standard” or “User”, the
frequency of the LNB can be changed. Pressing [OK] the
frequencies will appear to be edited. Select the frequency
you want to edit and change the value with [
]
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Multi search: You can edit the following items (Image 4):
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1. On “Satellite” item press [OK] to open the satellite list.
Then press [
] to move the highlight and press [OK]
to mark/unmark and [EXIT] to finish the selection. You can
select several satellites in this menu. At the bottom of the
screen you can see the selected satellites. The system will use
DiSEqC1.0/1.1, DiSEqC1.2 and USALS functions to search
the marked satellites and scan channels.
2. On “FTA Only” item, press [
] to select scanning of all
channels or just scanning of free channels. If you select “Yes”
it will scan free channels only.
] to select the
3. On “Scan Channel” item, press [
scanning range from TV + Radio Channels, only TV channels
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- 22K: Use [
] to switch “ON” and “Off”. The 22 kHz signal is used in KU Universal LNBs to change between low
band and high band. After choosing LNB type “Universal”
you cannot modify 22K.
- DiSEqC1.0: Use [
] to switch the options of DiSEqC
switches.
- DiSEqC1.1: Use [
] to switch the options of DiSEqC1.1
switches.
] to select between “None /
- Positioner: Press [
DiSEqC1.2 / USALS”.
- Toneburst: Press [
] to switch this function “On” or
“Off”.
] to switch between “Auto / H / V”.
- Polarity: Press [
Once the LNB is configured, press [Exit] to save the changes and go to the previous window to continue configuring
the antenna.
3. DiSEqC1.0: Use [
] to switch the options of DiSEqC
switches.
] to select the desired
4. On “TP Index” item use [
transponder.
5. In the “FTA Only” item, press [
to select to scan only
free channels or even scrambled channels. If you select “Yes” it
will scan free channels only.
6. In “Scan Channel” item, press [
] to select to scan TV
+ Radio Channels, or just TV channels or just Radio channels.
7. In “Scan Mode” item you can select “Auto Scan” to blind
scan or “Preset Scan” to scan all preset transponders.
8. Move the highlight to “Search” and press [OK] button to
start scanning. Bars are showing the progress of the channel
scanning in the lower part of the window and the found channels
are listed.
You can stop the scan with [Exit] and save the so far found
channels.
9. Press [Exit] to exit this menu. A window to confirm the
changes will appear.
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or only Radio channels.
4. On “Scan Mode” item, you can select “Auto Scan” to make
a blind scan or “Preset Scan” to scan all preset transponders of
the selected satellites.
5. Select “Search” and press [OK] to start scanning. In the
lower part of the window the progress of scanning and the
found channels are displayed.
6. Press [Exit] to cancel or finish the scanning and saving the
found channels.
Main Menu: Selecting this option, the main menu will appear
on the TV.
STEP 3: TIME CONFIGURATION
It is recommended to setup the clock before starting to enjoy
the receiver, because correct time maybe is required by some
applications. Please complete following options:
NOTE: If the current channel provides the correct time
information, you will see the current time after you entered
“Time” menu. If the channel doesn’t provide time information,
you have to input the date and time information manually. The
most channels support the time signal.
4. Press [Exit] to exit the menu.
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Press the [Menu] key of the remote control for appearing the
main menu. Select the “System Setup” option and confirm
pressing [OK].
Once in the “System Setup” option, please select “Time and
Timer setting” option and press [OK]. Select “Time” option and
press [OK]. Image 5 is watched on the TV. For setting up the
time, please complete:
1. GMT Usage: this option will allow you to select if the date
and time will be introduced manually (GMT Usage: Off) or if
you wish to introduce the offset respect GMT manually (GMT
Usage: On).
2. GMT Offset: If GMT Usage is On, the offset respect GMT
has to be configured depending on your region or country. Use
the [
] keys to choose the offset. Remember that the
offset values are between -12:00 and +12:00
3. Date / Time: In order to introduce manually the time and
date. Before these values can be modified, the automatic
control of GMT has to be turned off.
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TV Channel List: This option shows the list of TV stored channels.
Radio Channel List: This option shows the list of Radio stored channels.
Channel Setup: This option allows setting the receiver to start in a predefined channel.
Favourite Channel List Name: It allows changing the name of the favourite groups.
Delete All: This option deletes all TV and Radio stored channels.
Restore channel list and settings: This option loads the user TV and Radio channel list,
saved previously.
Save channel list and settings: This option makes a backup of the channel list and it will
allow restoring the channel list even thought after a factory default.
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Antenna Setup: This option allows setup the antenna parameters.
Single Search: Once the antenna is configured, this option allows search for the channels
of one satellite.
Multi Search: Once the antenna is configured, this option allows search for the channels
of various satellites.
TP Search: Once the antenna is configured, this option allows search for the channels
of one TP.
Satellite List: This option shows all the stored satellites. This list can be modified.
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TP List: This option shows all the stored TP. This list can be modified.
Satellite Guide: After introducing some data, this application allows to know which
orientation and elevation should be the antenna.
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Language: This option allows choosing the language of the menus.
TV System: This option allows choosing the video Standard and other parameters of
the screen.
Time & Timer Setting: Timer setting menu.
OSD Setting: This option allows configuring the subtitles of the channel information.
Parental Lock: In this option, user can lock the access to the menu and change the
password of the receiver.
Power setting: Turns on or off the LNB power or enable / disable Low Power
Consumption mode.
Information: Shows all the technical information for the selected channel.
Quick Setup: The installation assistant will be loaded.
Game: Some games like Tetris, Snake and Othello.
Factory Default: This option resets the receiver and loads the factory default values.
Software Upgrade: To update the receiver with other receiver or by satellite.
SatcoDX Auto programming: To load SatcoDX channel lists.
Smartcard and Serial Prot: Information about conditional access system and/or serial
Dongle.
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RCU position Switch: To chose the RCU position of the remote control.
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INDEX
Safety Precaution
Caution…..…………………...............................………………………………………………11
1. Panel & Remote Control Description……...........................................………………..12
1.1. Front Panel Description…….......................................…………………………12
1.2. Rear Panel Description……................................………….…………………..12
1.3. Remote Control Description…...............................................…………………………..13
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3. Channel……………………………................……………………………………………18
3.1. TV Channel List…………....................……………………………………………..18
3.1.1. Favourite………...............................………………………………….……………18
3.1.2. Move.……………..............................………… …………………………….…………19
3.1.3. Sort......................................………………………… ……………………….………..19
3.1.4. Edit….......................................…………………………………………….19
3.1.4.1 Delete…........................................……………………………………...…………….…...19
3.1.4.2 Skip…........................................................…………………………………..…………..19
3.1.4.3 Lock..…...............................................………………………… …….……….19
3.1.4.4 Edit..…..................................................…………………...………………………...20
3.1.5. Find…………….........................……………………..……..………………..…….20
3.2. Radio Channel List……..................................……………………………………......20
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2. Basic Operations.........................................................................................14
2.0. Switch on STB……………………….....................................………………………………...14
2.1. Standby ……………………..............................................…………………………………...14
2.2. TTX …………..................................................……………………………………..14
2.3. Mute……………............................................………………………………………..14
2.4. Channel Number…………...........................……………………………………………………14
2.5. Multi-Pictures……............................……………………………………………………………14
2.6. CH + / CH -…...............................................…………………….…………………………..14
2.7. TV/RADIO…………........................…………………………………………………….14
2.8. Vol+/Vol-…......................................……………………………………………………….15
2.9. Exit….................................……………………………………………………..15
2.10. Menu-……………………...................................…………………………………..15
2.11. Recall…..............................................………………………………………...15
2.12. Channel List…………………….........................…………………………………...15
2.13. EPG…………………...............................…………………………………………...16
2.14. List………………................................…………………………………………………16
2.15. Favourites………....................................………………………………………………...16
2.16. Audio Track / Mode…...........................……………………………………………….16
2.17. Information……..................................…………………………………………...17
2.18. FAV +/-…..................................……………………………………………….17
2.19. Change Satellite………………………………………………………………...17
2.20. ZOOM……………………………………………………………………...17
2.21. Subtitles……………………………………………………………………...17
2.22. LNB Short……………………………………………………………………...17
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3.3 Channel Setup…………..................................………………………………......20
3.3.1. Start-up Channel……………................................……………………………......21
3.3.2. Channel Play Type………........................…………………………………......21
3.4. Favourite Channel List Name……..........……………………………………......21
3.5. Delete All……...............……………………………………………….21
3.6. Restore channel list and settings………………..........…………………………………….22
3.7. Save channel list and settings………………..........…………………………………….22
4. Installation…………….................................………………………………………….23
4.1. Antenna Setup….........................……………………..……………………….23
4.2. Single Search…………......................……………………..…………………..24
4.3. Multi Search………...........................…………...………..…………………….24
4.4. TP Scan………..………………................………………………..…………………...25
4.5. Satellite List………….............................………………………...………………...26
4.6. TP List……………..........................………………………..………………...26
4.7. Satellite Guide…………..................…………………………..………………...27
6. Tools…………………………………………………...................…...………………..33
6.1. Information…………………………...................................………………………….33
6.2. Quick Setup………………………………......................……………………...33
6.3. Game…………………………………………….......................……………………….34
6.3.1. Tetris..........................................................................................34
6.3.2. Snake...................................................................................34
6.3.3. Othello.........................................................................................34
6.4. Factory Default………………………………………..………………..............................34
6.5. Software Update………………………….………………………............................35
6.5.1. RS232 Upgrade...................................................................35
6.5.2. Upgrade by Satellite...................................................................35
6.6. SatcoDX Auto Programming………………………...................................35
6.7. Smartcard and Serial Port………………………...................................35
7. Technical Specification……………………………………........................................37
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5. System Setup………………….............……………………..………………….28
5.1. Language………………….............………………………...…………………...28
5.2. TV System……………..............…………………………..…………………...28
5.3. Time & Timer Setting ………....................………………………...………………29
5.3.1. Time.......................................................................................29
5.3.2. Timer.................................................................................29
5.3.3. Sleep Timer.................................................................30
5.4. OSD Setting…………………………………......................…………………...30
5.5. Parental Lock…………………………............................…………………………….31
5.6. Power setting……………………………..............................……………………………..32
5.7. RCU Position Switch………………………………….....................……………………..32
SAFETY PRECAUTION
The lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user
to “dangerous voltage”
and to prevent from a
risk of electric shock.
Warning:
To reduce the risk of electric shock,
don’t open the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
The exclamation point
within an equilateral
triangle is intended
to alert the user to
important operating and
maintenance (servicing).
DO NOT INSTALL THE RECEIVER:
- On an unstable surface
- Subject to direct sunlight
- In high humidity environment
- Outside the receiver’s temperature range (+5°...+40°C)
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If the receiver is subject to severe temperature changes, it can suffer from water condensation inside.
Switch off the receiver in these cases for at least 2 hours before resuming operation.
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Please read the manual carefully before installing the receiver.
Caution: Never open the device by yourself. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the unit. Refer
servicing to qualified staff only.
When installing the receiver, always unplug the receiver from the mains voltage.
Unplug the receiver from the mains in case of long periods without operating the receiver (for example,
during holidays!).
To prevent shock hazard, do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Always unplug the receiver before cleaning it or working on the connections.
Do not install the receiver close to strong heat sources, and ensure a good aeration if you plan to install
the receiver in a small cabinet.
Before you start operating the receiver, make sure that the satellite antenna is properly built up, optimally
connected and aligned.
The correct place to install the receiver is, of course, near your TV set and any other A/V signal sources
(DVD, VCR, CD, game console, etc.).
Choose a stable support, in which you can easily lay the necessary connecting cables without stumblingdanger.
The receiver should be installed near an easily accessible outlet.
Do not install the receiver in a place where it can be reached by liquid spills.
Do not put any heavy objects as, for example, a TV-device over the receiver; the receiver could be
damaged.
PANEL & REMOTE CONTROL DESCRIPTION
1. PANEL & REMOTE CONTROL DESCRIPTION
1.1. FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
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1. IF OUT: Satellite output for cascading to other devices.
Note: The operation of another receiver at the same time is only possible with limited channel selection.
2. IF IN: Satellite input.
3. S/PDIF: Coaxial output for digital audio (AC3).
4. RS-232: Serial Port allowing software upgrades.
5. AC IN: Mains input cable.
6. POWER ON/OFF: Allows to completely switching off the receiver.
7. TV SCART: Output SCART for the connection to a TV set.
8. VCR SCART: Output SCART for the connection to a VCR.
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1. POWER: Switches the receiver on, or enters standby mode. To completely switch off the receiver,
you have to use the switch on the back of the receiver.
2. POWER LED: Indicates that the mains voltage (90-230 VAC) is available.
3. LOCK LED: Indicates a sufficient signal level at the IF IN input.
4. DISPLAY: 4 Digits to display the program numbers.
5. IR-SENSOR: Reception sensor for the IR remote control signals.
6. CH+/-: These buttons allow changing the current channel.
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2. BASIC OPERATIONS
2.0. SWITCH ON STB
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Switch the [Device’s Main Power] switch on.
When the STB is first used it will display the quick setup page where the receiver can be configured
quickly.
For further use the STB will play the same channel as last time when it was switched off.
? FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Q: The power of my STB is on and it is running in TV mode but the TV screen shows nothing:
A: Make sure the TV set has been set to the correct video input (not the TV channels). For example, if
you have connected the STB to the Video1 input of the TV set, then you need to select the corresponding
Input on the TV. Mostly it is done with the AV button of the TVs remote control unit.
Q: My STB is running in TV mode but the TV screen shows nothing except one ball and “No Signal”.
A: That means the channel you selected has no signal. This can be caused by several reasons:
1. The channel you selected is not from the satellite to which your dish is pointing. Select another
channel.
2. The signal of current TV channel is too weak. You can try to change to other channels with a stronger
signal. If the problems still exist, please consult your local dealer or installer for technical service.
3. You selected the wrong LNB type in the installation menu or your DiSEqC switch configuration is
not correct.
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1.- Power
2.- Text
3.- Mute
4.- Numbers
5.- “0”
6.- CH+/CH7.- TV/R
8.- VOL+/VOL9.- Exit
10.- Menú
11.- Back
12.- OK
13.- EPG
14.- List
15.- Fav
16.- Audio
17.- Info
18.- Fav+/Fav19.- Pup/Pdw
20.- Zoom
21.- Sub
BASIC OPERATIONS
2.1. STANDBY
1. Press [Power] button to switch from TV mode to Standby
mode.
2. In Standby mode press [Power] button again to switch back
to TV mode. The last active channel will be showed.
3. To switch off the STB complete press the main power button
(placed at the rear panel of the receiver).
2.2. TTX
1. Press [TXT] button in TV mode to open the teletext page
(OSD 1). This service is depending on the support of the
channel provider.
2. If the channel does not support teletext information, it will
show “No Teletext Data” on the screen.
OSD 1
2.3. MUTE
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1. Press the [Mute] button to mute the sound. On the screen an
icon will be displayed to indicate the muted sound (OSD 2).
2. Press the [Mute] button again to restore the sound.
2.4. CHANNEL NUMBER
In TV mode you can enter the channel number directly with your
remote control unit and confirm the number with the OK button
to change to the desired channel.
OSD 2
2.5. MULTI-PICTURES
In TV mode, press [0] button to enter the Multi-Picture mode
(OSD 3).
1. In Multi-Picture mode the screen will display 9 channels’
preview window (static), starting from the current channel. Only
the marked preview program is continuously playing.
2. Press [
] to change the marked channel among
the preview programs.
3. With the number buttons [1] ~ [9] you can directly move the
highlight to the related channel.
4. With [OK] you return to full screen mode in the marked
channel.
2.6. CH +/ CH -
In TV mode press [CH+/CH-] to change channel.
2.7. TV/RADIO
In TV mode, press [TV/R] to switch to Radio mode. In Radio
mode press [TV/R] again to switch back to TV mode.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
2.8. VOL+/VOL-
In TV mode, press [Vol+/Vol-] to adjust volume.
2.9. EXIT
Press [Exit] button to exit the current menu.
2.10. MENU
Press [Menu] button to enter or exit the current menu.
2.11. RECALL
Pressing the [Back] button allows you to toggle between the
actual and the last selected channel.
2.12. CHANNEL LIST
OSD 5
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OSD 4
In TV mode press [OK] button to open the Channel List
window.
Reduced Channel List (OSD 4):
You can use [
] keys to navigate this list.
1. Press [Yellow] button to open the SAT list. After selecting a
satellite the channel list will be reduced to the channels of this
satellite.
2. Press [Blue] button to open the “Find” window. You can use
this feature to find channel by their names.
3. Press [Red] button to open the expanded channel list.
4. Once the desired channel is selected, press [OK[ to change
and display the marked channel.
Expanded Channel List (OSD 5):
You can use [
] keys to navigate this list.
In this view, you can get more information about the frequency,
polarity, symbol rate and PID of the selected channel.
1. Press [Green] button to sort the channels by free and
scrambled channels. Free channel are listed first and scrambled
channels last.
2. Press [Yellow] button to open the SAT list. After selecting a
satellite the channel list will be reduced to the channels of this
satellite.
3. Press [FAV] button to open FAV list. After selecting a
Favourite Group the channel list will be reduced to the channels
of this group.
4. Press [Blue] button to open the “Find” window (OSD 6). You
can use this feature to find channel by their names.
5. Press [Red] button to open the reduced channel list.
6. Once the desired channel is selected, press [OK[ to change
and display the marked channel.
BASIC OPERATIONS
2.13. EPG
OSD 7
2.14. LIST
In TV mode, press [List] button to access directly to the “TV
Channel List” menu or to the “Radio Channel List” menu.
2.15. FAVOURITES
OSD 9
1. In TV mode press the [Favourite] button to display the
Favourite Group window on the screen as the picture beside
shows (OSD 10).
2. In the Favourite Group window you can select the desired
favourite channel with [
] and confirm it with [OK] to switch
to it. In bigger groups you can navigate with [Pup/Pdw].
3. With [
] you can select different Favourite Group.
4. Press [Exit] to close the Favourite Group window.
? FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Q: Why the screen displays “No Favourite Channel” after
pressing the [Favourite] button?
A: No channels have been assigned to a Favourite Group yet.
You can do this in the channel menu.
2.16. AUDIO TRACK / MODE
OSD 10
1. In TV mode, press the [Audio] button to open the Audio
Mode window (OSD 11).
2. Select the item you want to adjust with [
] and change
the value with [
].
3. Press [Exit] to leave this window.
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OSD 8
1. The STB supports Electronic Program Guides (EPG) to give
you information about the actual programs of certain channels
like event name, subtitle, description, start and finish time. This
feature is depending on the service of the channel provider.
Press [EPG] to open the EPG window (OSD 7).
2. The [Red] button opens the detailed schedule of the marked
channel (OSD 8). You can select an event with [
] and
display the event’s detailed description with [OK]. With the
[Yellow] button you can program a timer with the start and finish
time and date of this event.
3. Press the [Green] button in the EPG menu to display the
detailed information of the actual event in the selected channel
(OSD 9). With the [Red] button you can get more information
about the events of the channel. With the [Yellow] button you
can program a timer with the start and finish time and date of
this event.
4. To close the EPG menu press [Exit].
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2.17. INFORMATION
In TV mode, press [INFO] button can open information screen
(OSD 12), in the window shows the parameters of current
channel.
2.18. FAV +/OSD 12
1. In TV mode press the [FAV+/FAV-] buttons to switch
between the favourites channels in the current Favourite Group
directly.
2. The sequence of the favourite channels is following the
sequence in the related Favourite Group list.
2.19. CHANGE SATELLITE
1. In TV mode, press [Pup/Pdw] to switch directly between
satellites.
2.20. ZOOM
2.21. SUBTITLES
In TV mode, press [Sub] button for activating / deactivating the
channel subtitles, depending on the provider information.
2.22. LNB SHORT
rev 1.1
OSD 14
When LNB is short, it will notify user on screen “LNB Short!”
(OSD 14). Please check your cables and connections for
shorts. When the short is removed the warning message will
disappear.
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OSD 13
1. Press [Zoom] button in TV mode to zoom the image. Image
can be augmented x16 times (OSD 13).
2. Press [Exit] to exit this function.
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3. CHANNEL
OSD 15
Press [Menu] in the TV mode to enter the main menu (OSD
15).
] to select the Channel item.
1. Press [
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
In the Channel menu (OSD 16):
] to select the wanted menu item.
3. Press [
4. Press [OK] to enter the selected item among.
- TV Channel List
- Radio Channel List
- Channel setup
- Favourite channel list name
- Delete All
- Restore channel list and settings
- Save channel list and settings
3.1. TV CHANNEL LIST
OSD 17
3.1.1. FAVOURITE
1. Press [FAV] to open the Favourite window (OSD 18).
2. You can select between 8 favourites groups with [
].
Press [OK] to assign the channel to a Favourite group.
3. Press [OK] again to remove the channel from the marked
Favourite group.
4. Press [Exit] button to return to the TV Channel List. The
channels of Favourites Groups are indicated with a favourite
icon behind the name.
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OSD 16
If you enter the Channel List menu a window like the one
besides will open (OSD 17).
1. You can move the highlighted channel with [
] and
press [OK] to preview the highlighted program in the preview
window.
2. You can enter directly the number of the desired channel
with the remote control. The selection will select that channel,
but it will not be previewed until you confirm with [OK] button.
3. Press [Pup/Pdw] on the RCU to jump between the channels
by pages.
4. Press [
] to switch the Program Group.
5. Press [Menu] or [Exit] buttons to enter TV mode playing
mode.
6. The colour buttons offer further functions to manage the
channel list.
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3.1.2. MOVE
1. Press [Red] button to show a moving icon behind the channel
name (OSD 19).
].
2. Move the channel to the desired position with [
Press [OK] to confirm the position.
3.1.3. SORT
OSD 19
3.1.4. EDIT
1. After pressing the [Yellow] button a window for entering the
password will open. The default password is “0000”.
2. You can Delete, Skip, Lock and Edit the channel (OSD
21).
3. Press [Exit] to leave the Channel Editing. The system will ask
you to confirm the saving of the changes you made.
OSD 21
3.1.4.1 DELETE
In Channel Edit menu press [Red] button to mark a channel for
deleting. Marked channels (OSD 22) will be deleted after you
confirm to save the changes when you leave this menu.
OSD 22
3.1.4.2 SKIP
OSD 23
In Channel Edit menu, press [Green] button to place a Skip icon
behind the name of the highlighted channel. Marked channels
(OSD 23) will be skipped when you change channels in TV
mode after you confirm to save the changes when you leave
this menu.
3.1.4.3 LOCK
rev 1.1
OSD 24
In Channel Edit menu, press [Yellow] button to place a Lock icon
behind the name of the highlighted channel. Marked channels
(OSD 24) will be locked and displayed only after password has
been entered if you confirm to save the changes when you
leave this menu.
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OSD 20
1. Press [Green] to open the Sort window (OSD 20). Press [
] to select and [OK] to confirm your choice.
2. The ways of sorting are:
- Name (A-Z): Sorting in Alphabetical Order, ignoring “$” symbol.
- Name (Z-A): Sorting in Alphabetical Order, ignoring “$” symbol.
- FTA: Sort channel by free and scrambled sequence. Free
channels will be listed first and scrambled channels behind
in the channel list.
- Lock: Unlocked channels are listed first end locked channels
at the end.
CHANNEL
3.1.4.4 EDIT
OSD 25
OSD 27
3.1.5. FIND
OSD 28
1. Press [Blue] button to open the “Find” window like showed
besides (OSD 28). Press [
] to select the leading
character of the channel name and press [OK] to confirm it.
2. After entering the character(s) highlight “OK” in the window
and press [OK] on the RCU.
3. Press [Exit] button to close the Find window and brings you
back to the channel list.
3.2. RADIO CHANNEL LIST
Basically the operation of “Radio Channel List” is same as “TV
Channel List”, except that in the small channel window the Fte
Logo will be displayed (OSD 29).
OSD 29
3.3. CHANNEL SETUP
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OSD 26
Pressing the [Blue] button in the TV Channel List Edit menu will
open another window where you can choose between Edit the
actual channel or create a new channel (OSD 25).
1. Edit current channel: To edit the channel press the [Red]
button (OSD 26).
- Name: You can edit the name of the current channel using the
keys on the remote control.
- On the “Video PID”, “Audio PID” and “PCR PID” items you
can input numbers to modify the item’s value.
- After modification select “Save” and press [OK] button to save
the modified values and exit “Edit” mode. Or select “Exit” and
press [OK] to leave Edit mode without saving the modifications.
2. Create: Press [Green] button to open the Create window
(OSD 27).
- Press [OK] button on the “Satellite” item to display the satellite list. You can select the satellite for which you want to create a new channel.
- With marked “TP Index” item press [
] to select the TP
number where the channel can be found. The next three items will show the related parameters.
- Highlight the “Name” item and edit the name of the current
channel using the keys on the remote control.
- In “Video PID”, “Audio PID” and “PCR PID” items you can
enter the numbers directly to set these parameters of the
new channel.
- After modification select “Save” and press [OK] to save the
new channel and leave the Edit mode. Select “Exit” and press
[OK] to exit the Edit mode without saving the new channel.
When you enter the “Channel Setup” menu you will see a
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screen like beside (OSD 30):
3.3.1. START-UP CHANNEL
OSD 30
OSD 31
Press [OK] to enter “Start-up Channel” menu to see the screen
like showed beside (OSD 31):
1. If you set of “Boot on Channel” to “On” you can edit the
following two items. If the setting is “Off” the box always starts
with the channel that was running when the box has been
switched off.
2. On the “Mode” item you can select either “TV channel” or
“Radio channel”.
3. On “Start-up Channel” item you can open the channel list by
pressing [OK]. Then you can select the channel of you choice.
Press [OK] again to confirm.
3.3.2. CHANNEL PLAY TYPE
3.4. FAVOURITE CHANNEL LIST NAME
OSD 32
In this menu, user is able to change the name of the Favourite
Groups. Press [OK] to enter this menu and you will see a
screen like beside (OSD 33).
To change the name of the Favourites Groups:
1. Press [
] and select a Favorite Group.
2. Press [Red] button to edit the name of the Group.
3. Once the name is correct, select “Save” option and confirm
pressing [OK] (OSD 34).
4. If the name is used by other group, an alert message will
appear on the TV.
5. Select “Exit” and press [OK] to leave this menu.
OSD 33
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3.5. DELETE ALL
To delete all channels:
1. Enter the password. The default password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a safety question will
show up where you have to confirm first (OSD 35 next page).
3. Select “Yes” to delete all channels or “No” to cancel and
confirm with [OK].
4. In step 2 and step 3, pressing [Exit] will exit the function
directly without saving.
OSD 34
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Press [OK] to enter “Channel Play Type” menu (OSD 32).
1. Here you can select the “playing channels” as “Free”,
“Scrambled” or “All”.
2. If you select “Free” then all scrambled channels will be
skipped when you change channels with [CH+/-].
3. Press [Exit] to leave the “Channel Setup” menu.
CHANNEL
? FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Q: IF I incautiously delete all channels, what should I do?
A: There are three ways to restore:
- To re-search all channels at the “Installation” menu.
- Use “Factory Default” function to restore all channels in the
“Tools” menu. The receiver will load the factory channels.
- Use the “Restore channel list and settings” option as next
point shows.
OSD 35
3.6. RESTORE CHANNEL LIST AND SETTINGS
OSD 36
OSD 37
3.7 SAVE CHANNEL LIST AND SETTINGS
This option is very important, because here is where the security
of your data lies. This option makes a backup of the channel
list and it will allow restoring the channel list even thought after
a factory default.
Once you have customized your receiver and everything
operates properly, you have the possibility, with this option, to
save the programs’ data.
1. Enter the password. The default password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a safety question will
show up where you have to confirm first (OSD 37).
3. Select “Yes” to delete all channels or “No” to cancel and
confirm with [OK].
4. In step 2 and step 3, pressing [Exit] will exit the function
directly without saving.
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Using this option, the receiver will load the channels saved as
previously as a backup of the user channels list (see point 3.7.).
For restoring the default channels, please:
1. Enter the password. The default password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a safety question will
show up where you have to confirm first (OSD 36).
3. Select “Yes” to delete all channels or “No” to cancel and
confirm with [OK].
4. In step 2 and step 3, pressing [Exit] will exit the function
directly without saving.
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4. INSTALLATION
OSD 38
Press [Menu] in the TV mode to enter the main menu (OSD
38).
] to select the Installation item.
1. Press [
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
In the Installation menu (OSD 39):
3. Press [
] to select the wanted menu item.
4. Press [OK] to enter the selected item among.
- Antenna Setup
- Single Search
- Multi Search
- TP Scan
- Satellite List
- TP List
- Satellite Guide
4.1. ANTENNA SETUP
OSD 40
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OSD 41
After selecting Antenna Setup another window will be opened
(OSD 40).
You can edit the following items:
1. Satellite: Press [
] to switch Satellites or press [OK] to
enter satellite list to select directly.
2. LNB Configuration: Selecting this option and pressing [OK],
the LNB Configuration menu will be displayed (OSD 41). In this
menu, next options can be modified:
] to switch among “Standard”, “User”
- LNB Type: Press [
and “Universal” mode. If you select “Standard” or “User”, the
frequency of the LNB can be changed. Pressing [OK] the
frequencies will appear to be edited. Select the frequency
you want to edit and change the value with [
]
] to switch “ON” and “Off”. The 22 kHz sig- 22K: Use [
nal is used in KU Universal LNBs to change between low
band and high band. After choosing LNB type “Universal”
you cannot modify 22K.
- DiSEqC1.0: Use [
] to switch the options of DiSEqC
switches.
- DiSEqC1.1: Use [
to switch the options of DiSEqC1.1
switches.
- Positioner: Press [
to select between “None /
DiSEqC1.2 / USALS”.
- Toneburst: Press [
] to switch this function “On” or
“Off”.
- Polarity: Press [
] to switch between “Auto / H / V”.
Once the LNB is configured, press [Exit] to save the changes
and go to the previous window to continue configuring the
antenna.
3. DiSEqC1.0: Use [
] to switch the options of DiSEqC
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OSD 39
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OSD 42
switches.
4. On “TP Index” item use [
] to select the desired
transponder.
5. In the “FTA Only” item, press [
] to select to scan only
free channels or even scrambled channels. If you select “Yes” it
will scan free channels only.
6. In “Scan Channel” item, press [
] to select to scan TV +
Radio Channels, or just TV channels or just Radio channels.
7. In “Scan Mode” item you can select “Auto Scan” to blind scan
or “Preset Scan” to scan all preset transponders.
8. Move the highlight to “Search” and press [OK] button to
start scanning. Bars are showing the progress of the channel
scanning in the lower part of the window and the found channels
are listed.
You can stop the scan with [Exit] and save the so far found
channels.
9. Press [Exit] to exit this menu. A window to confirm the
changes will appear.
OSD 43
OSD 44
After selecting “Single Search” you will see a window like beside
(OSD 42):
1. In the “Satellite” item press [
] to select the satellite
which you want to scan or press [OK] to open the “satellite list”
to select directly.
2. In the “FTA Only” item, press [
] to select to scan only
free channels or even scrambled channels. If you select “Yes” it
will scan free channels only.
3. In “Scan Channel” item, press [
] to select to scan TV +
Radio Channels, or just TV channels or just Radio channels.
4. In “Scan Mode” item you can select “Auto Scan” to blind scan
or “Preset Scan” to scan all preset transponders.
5. Move the highlight to “Search” and press [OK] button to
start scanning. Bars are showing the progress of the channel
scanning in the lower part of the window and the found channels
are listed (OSD 43).
6. You can stop the scan with [Exit] and save the so far found
channels.
4.3. MULTI SEARCH
OSD 45
When you enter the “Multi Search” menu a window like the one
beside will open (OSD 44).
1. On “Satellite” item press [OK] to open the satellite list (OSD
] to move the highlight and press
45). Then press [
[OK] to mark/unmark and [EXIT] to finish the selection. You
can select several satellites in this menu. At the bottom of the
screen you can see the selected satellites (OSD 46 next page).
The system will use DiSEqC1.0/1.1, DiSEqC1.2 and USALS
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4.2. SINGLE SEARCH
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OSD 46
functions to search the marked satellites and scan channels.
2. On “FTA Only” item, press [
] to select scanning of all
channels or just scanning of free channels. If you select “Yes”
it will scan free channels only.
3. On “Scan Channel” item, press [
] to select the
scanning range from TV + Radio Channels, only TV channels
or only Radio channels.
4. On “Scan Mode” item, you can select “Auto Scan” to make
a blind scan or “Preset Scan” to scan all preset transponders of
the selected satellites.
5. Select “Search” and press [OK] to start scanning. In the
lower part of the window the progress of scanning and the
found channels are displayed.
6. Press [Exit] to cancel or finish the scanning and saving the
found channels.
4.4. TP SCAN
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OSD 48
OSD 49
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OSD 47
When you enter “TP Scan” menu a window like the one beside
will be displayed (OSD 47).
] to select the satellite
1. On “Satellite” item, press [
you want to scan or press [OK] to open the satellite list for
selection.
2. On “TP Index” item use [
] to select the desired
transponder. In this item you can also add, delete or delete all
TP.
- Press [Red] button to add a new TP (OSD 48). You have to
set the parameters of “TP Frequency” and “Symbol Rate” for
this new transponder. Therefore use the number buttons of
the RCU. The available range are “3000~13450 MHz” and
“1000~45000KS/s”.
- Press [Green] button to delete the current TP. A safety question will be displayed for confirmation to delete the current
transponder or not (OSD 49). If you select “Yes”, the current
transponder will be deleted and the total number of transponders will be reduced.
- Press [Yellow] button to delete all TP. A safety question will
be displayed for confirmation to delete all transponders or
not. If you select “Yes”, all transponders will be deleted.
3. For existing transponders you also can use number buttons
to modify the parameters of “TP Frequency” and “Symbol Rate”
or [
] to change the value directly. “Polarity” and “Scan
Mode” are used for setting scans conditions. Press [
] to
select a different mode.
] to switch between “Auto / H / V”.
4. Polarity: Press [
5. On “FTA Only” item, press [
] to select scanning of all
channels or just scanning of free channels. If you select “Yes”
it will scan free channels only.
6. After you completed your modification select the “Search”
item and press [OK] to start scanning.
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7. On the “TP Scan” item, press [Exit] to cancel the scanning
and saving the found channels.
4.5. SATELLITE LIST
OSD 50
OSD 51
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When you enter the “Satellite List” menu you can see a window
like the one beside (OSD 50):
1. Move through the satellite list using [
] and mark/
unmark the satellites that you want pressing [OK]
2. Press [Red] button to enter edit satellite menu (OSD 51).
You can edit the satellite’s name and its longitude. Once you
have edited the satellite, select “Save” option and confirm with
[OK]. If you prefer to exit without saving the changes select
“Exit” and press [OK].
3. Press [Green] button to open the “Add satellite” window. You
can edit the satellite’s name and its longitude. Once you have
edited the satellite, select “Save” option and confirm with [OK].
If you prefer to exit without saving the changes select “Exit” and
press [OK].
4. After pressing [Yellow] button you will be asked “Are you
sure to delete?” (OSD 52). Select “Yes” to delete the marked
satellite. Select “No” to cancel the operation.
4.6. TP LIST
OSD 53
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OSD 52
When you open the “TP List” menu you will see a window like
the one beside (OSD 53).
] to change the marked satellite. Press [
1. Press [
] to change the marked TP.
2. Press [Red] button to open the “Edit TP” menu (OSD 54).
Here you can edit the Transponder’s data like frequency,
polarity and Symbol Rate. In this window, the search of the
channels of the TP can be done selecting the “Search” option
and pressing [OK].
3. Press [Green] button to open the “Add TP” menu (OSD
55 next page). Here you can add a new TP and setup its
parameters like frequency, polarity and Symbol Rate. In this
window, the search of the channels of the TP can be done
selecting the “Search” option and pressing [OK].
4. Press [Yellow] button will open a dialog box asking you to
confirm the deletion of the current TP (OSD 56 next page). If
you select “Yes” all the related channels will be deleted. If you
select “No” the operation will be cancelled.
5. Pressing the [Blue] button will open a dialog box asking you
to confirm the deletion of all Transponders. If you select “Yes”,
all channels of the current satellite will be deleted. If you select
“No” the operation will be cancelled.
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4.7. SATELLITE GUIDE
OSD 55
When you enter “Satellite Guide” menu, you will see the screen
like beside (OSD 57).
Here you can enter your local longitude and latitude and the
satellite’s longitude. The receiver calculates the antenna’s
azimuth and elevation to point your antenna to the selected
satellite.
1. Use the [Number] buttons to input the values of “Local
Longitude”, “Local Latitude” and “Satellite Longitude”.
2. Press [
]buttons to select east or west in “Local
Longitude” and “Satellite Longitude” or to select north or south
in “Local Latitude”.
3. Highlight the “Start” item and press [OK]. In the lower part
of the window the corresponding values for the antenna setting
are displayed (OSD 58).
4. Orientation means the angle between south and satellite.
5. Press [Exit] to leave this feature
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OSD 57
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OSD 58
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5. SYSTEM SETUP
OSD 59
Press [Menu] in the TV mode to enter the main menu (OSD
59).
] to select the System Setup item.
1. Press [
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
In the System Setup menu (OSD 60):
3. Press [
] to select the wanted menu item.
4. Press [OK] to enter the selected item among.
- Language
- TV System
- Time & Timer Setting
- OSD Setting
- Parental Lock
- Power setting
- RCU Position Switch
5.1. LANGUAGE
OSD 61
5.2. TV SYSTEM
OSD 62
When you enter the “TV System” menu you will see the screen
like below (OSD 62):
1. Display Mode is used to switch the display mode. You can
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OSD 60
After selecting the “Language” menu you will see a window like
beside (OSD 61):
1. Language: press [
] to select languages. The selection
of languages include: English, German, French, Italian,
Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Polish, Hungary and Arabic.
2. First Audio: Some channels offer more than one audio
language. This function allows you to set the preferred audio
language for those channels using [
]. If a channel offers
the same audio language as the “First Audio” you set the
system will play this audio language as default. If the channel
does not offer this audio language then the system will compare
the offered languages with the second audio language. The
selections of audio languages include: English, French,
German, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish
and Italian.
3. Second Audio: If the channel has no audio language that
corresponds with “First Audio” but with “Second Audio” the
system will play the second audio language as default. If no
audio language corresponds with the “Second Audio” then the
default language of the current channel will be played instead.
The selections of audio languages include: English, French,
German, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish
and Italian.
4. Press [Exit] to return back from “Language” menu.
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OSD 63
5.3. TIME & TIMER SETTING
When you enter “Time & Timer Setting” a menu with three items
will be opened (OSD 63). Use [
] to select between the
three options and confirm with [OK].
5.3.1. TIME
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OSD 65
When you select “Time” and press [OK] then you will see a
window like the one beside (OSD 64):
1. GMT Usage: This item is used to set the time by using the
time signal from the satellite. Press [
] to change the
setting.
2. The “GMT Offset” item is only available when “GMT Usage”
is set to “On”. Press [
] to set the “GMT Offset” value.
With every time you press the button the time offset will be
increased / decreased by half an hour.
3. “Date” and “Time” items are only available when the “GMT
Usage” is set to “Off”. Press [
] to select one item and
use number buttons to input time and date directly.
NOTE: If the current channel provides the correct time
information, you will see the current time after you entered
“Time” menu. If the channel doesn’t provide time information,
you have to input the date and time information manually. The
most channels support the time signal.
4. Press [Exit] to leave the “Time” menu.
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OSD 64
select from Auto / PAL / PAL-M / NTSC. Press[
] to
select the desired mode.
2. Aspect Mode is used to switch the screen aspect ratio mode.
You can select from Auto / 4:3 PS / 4:3 LB / 16:9. Press [
] to select the needed mode.
3. Video Output is use for switching the screen aspect ratio
mode. Now we provide below options: RGB / CVBS. You can
press [
] key to select each mode circularly.
4. VCR Loopthrought: If there is a VCR connected to the
receiver and, the receiver is connected to the TV, user can
choose what prefer to watch on TV when both equipments are
connected at the same time. If the selection is “VCR master”,
the VCR will be showed even the receiver is on. If the selection
is “STB master”, the receiver will be showed on the TV.
This receiver includes low power consumption (LPC) mode
when it is in stand-by (see point 5.6.). If you choose STB
master, low power consumption option will be active and it
could be modified at its menu. By the other way, if you choose
VCR master, then the Low Power Consumption option will not
be active and the receiver will not be in LPC mode.
5. Press [Exit] to close the “TV System” menu.
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5.3.2. TIMER
OSD 67
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OSD 68
Select “Timer” item and press [OK] to enter the “Timer list”
menu (OSD 65).
] to select a timer. Then press [Enter] to
You can press [
open the related timer menu (OSD 66).
The current time will be displayed in the first column. If the
current time is incorrect, please modify it with the [Number]
buttons at the “Time” menu.
1. Timer Number: You can press [
] to set the Timer
number. There are totally 8 timers.
2. Timer Mode: Select how often the timer is running: Once,
Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Yearly. Or switch the timer off.
3. Timer Service: Select between Channel (timer setting for
channel change and Wakeup/Sleep) and Message (reminding
message).
4. When you select “Channel” (timer setting for channel change
and Wakeup/Sleep) then you have further options you need to
set (OSD 67):
- Wakeup Channel: press [OK] to enter the channel list and
select the channel you want to see.
- Wakeup Date: use number buttons to input your wakeup
date.
- On Time: use number buttons to input your wakeup time. If
date and time are reached then no matter if the system is in
standby mode or in playing mode, it will automatically switch
to the channel you set and start to play.
- Duration: Here you can set the time you want to see or play
this channel. After the time set the system will automatically
switch to standby mode. If you don’t want the box to be switched to standby mode then set the duration to 00:00.
5. When you select “Message” (reminding message) option in
“Timer Service” then you can enter additional data (OSD 68):
- Wakeup Message: press [
] to select the category of the
reminding message from Birthday, Anniversary and General.
- Wakeup Date: Use the [Number] buttons to input your
wakeup date.
- On Time: Use the [Number] buttons to input your wakeup
time. If date and time are reached, no matter if the system is
in standby mode or in playing mode, it will automatically show
a reminding message.
- The message will be displayed on the screen until you press
[Exit] to close it.
6. Press [Exit] to leave the “Timer” menu.
5.3.3. SLEEP TIMER
rev 1.1
OSD 69
Press [OK] button in this option to set the sleep timer. You will
see “SLEEP TIME OFF / SLEEP TIME 10 / SLEEP TIME 30
/ SLEEP TIME 60 / SLEEP TIME 90 / SLEEP TIME 120”.
(OSD 69)
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SYSTEM SETUP
If you set a sleep time, the system will change to Standby mode
after the chosen time period.
NOTE: If the receiver is in stand-by, and Low Power
Consumption mode is active, the receiver will switch on 1
minute before the programmed event.
5.4. OSD SETTING
OSD 70
5.5. PARENTAL LOCK
rev 1.1
OSD 71
You can set a password for anyone who wishes to operate
the “Installation” menu. You can also set the password to
lock channels. Below you find how to set and change the
password.
1. On “Parental Lock”, press [OK] to open a dialogue box and
input the password. After you entered the correct password,
you will see a screen like beside (OSD 71):
2. Menu Lock: If Menu Lock is set to “Yes” then you need to
enter the password every time you want to open then menu. If
it is set to “No” then you can open the menu without entering
the password first.
3. Channel Lock: If set to “Yes” then you need to enter the
password before you can see those channels which have been
marked as locked channels in the Channel menu. If it is set to
“No” then even those channels can be selected without entering
the password first.
4. New Password: Here you can change the existing password.
You should do this after you set up the receiver the first time
and every time when you think that your password is known
by unauthorized persons. To change the password, enter the
new password in the “New Password” item and repeat the
same one in the “Confirm Password” item. If the passwords
are not identically then you will see a warning message. If you
entered the same new password in both fields then you will see
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English
When you select “OSD Setting” you will see a screen like
beside (OSD 70):
] to select “On” or “Off”. If the
1. Subtitle Display: Press [
current channel has subtitle information, it will be displayed if
this function is “On”. If this function is “Off” subtitles won’t be
displayed.
2. OSD Timeout: This setting determines the duration the info
window is displayed on the screen when you change channels.
Press [
] to set the time between 1 to 10 seconds.
3. OSD Transparency: With this parameter you can set the
transparency of the menus. Press [
] select the value
between 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% and “NO” (means no
transparency function).
4. Load OSD Setting Default: If you want to reset your OSD
settings to the default settings then select this item and press
[OK].
5. Press [Exit] button to leave the “OSD Setting” menu.
SYSTEM SETUP
the message “Saving Data, Please Wait…”. From now on you
need to use the new password to open locked menus or locked
channels.
NOTE: The default password is 0000
5. Press [Exit] to leave the “Parental Lock” menu.
5.6. LNB POWER
OSD 72
5.7. RCU POSITION SWITCH
OSD 74
In order to avoid interferences between remote controls, you
have the possibility to change the code of it, to do that you have
to change the position of a switch in the remote control.
But first of all you have to change this code in the receiver. You
can do this in the menu “RCU Position” (OSD 73).
You have to select the same position in the receiver than in the
remote control (OSD 74).
rev 1.1
English
OSD 73
When you select this option, you will see a screen like beside
(OSD 72):
1. LNB Power: If your receiver is connected to the LNB directly
then you need to set the LNB Power to “On”. If your receiver is
connected to a multi switch (SMATV signal distribution system)
then it may be that you don’t need to provide the power to
the LNB. But since this is depending on the kind of installed
distribution system we recommend you to contact your installer
or to refer to the user manual of this system to get the correct
information.
You also just can change this setting and check if you still can
receive the channels. If the LNB Power is off and you still can
see all channels then we recommend this setting.
2. Low Power Consumption: At this option, you could enable
/ disable the low power consumption mode. This mode allows
saving current consumption when the receiver is stand-by.
Low power consumption mode only can be enabled when
the VCR Loopthrought option (see point 5.2.) is STB master
selected. By the other way, if you choose VCR master, then
the Low Power Consumption option will not be active and the
receiver will not be in LPC mode.
3. Press [Exit] button to leave this menu.
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6. TOOLS
OSD 75
Press [Menu] in the TV mode to enter the main menu (OSD
75).
] to select the Tools item.
1. Press [
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
In the Tools menu (OSD 76):
3. Press [
] to select the wanted menu item.
4. Press [OK] to enter the selected item among.
- Information
- Quick Setup
- Game
- Factory Default
- Software Upgrade
- SatcoDX Auto Programing
- Smartcard and Serial Port
6.1. INFORMATION
6.2. QUICK SETUP
rev 1.1
OSD 77
The receiver includes an installation assistant that will help you
to setup the different parameters as you can see at OSD 78.
1. Language: press [
] to select the language that will
appear on the menus (see point 5.1.)
2. First Audio: Some channels offer more than one audio
language. This function allows you to set the preferred audio
language for those channels using[
]. (See point 5.1.)
3. Second Audio: Some channels offer more than one audio
language. This function allows you to set the second audio
language for those channels using[
]. (See point 5.1.)
4. LNB Power: If your receiver is connected to the LNB directly
then you need to set the LNB Power to “On”. If your receiver is
connected to a multi switch (SMATV signal distribution system)
then it may be that you don’t need to provide the power to the
LNB. (See point 5.6.)
5. Antenna Setup: Selecting this option and pressing [OK], you
will access to the Antenna Setup menu (see point 4.1.).
6. Multi search: Selecting this option and pressing [OK], you
will access to “Multi search” menu (see point 4.3.).
OSD 78
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OSD 76
1. When you select the “Information” menu you will see a
screen like beside (OSD 77). The screen displays data about
the current channel. This function is the same as the function
[Info] in the full screen TV mode.
2. Press [Exit] button to leave the information display.
TOOLS
6.3. GAME
When you enter “Game” menu, you will see three Games
include Tetris, Snake and Othello (OSD 79).
6.3.1. TETRIS
OSD 79
1. Mark “Setup” and press [
] to select the level (speed).
2. Mark “Start” and press [OK] to start the game.
3. Mark “Cancel” and press [OK] to leave the game.
4. Play the game:
- Press [
] to move the block left or right
- Press [ ] to rotate the block clockwise
- Press [ ] to drop the block faster
- Press [OK] to Pause/Play the game
- Press [Exit] to leave the game and return to the Game
menu.
6.3.2. SNAKE
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1. Mark “Setup” and press [
] to select the level (speed).
2. Mark “Start” and press [OK] to start the game.
3. Mark “Cancel” and press [OK] to leave the game.
4. Play the game:
- Press [
] to guide the snake to the red blocks.
Every block you ate increases the length of the snake. If the
snake runs against a wall or against itself then it dies.
- Press [OK] to Pause/Play the game
- Press [Exit] to quit the game and return to the Game menu.
6.3.3. OTHELLO
1. Mark “Setup” and press [
] to select the game level
(degree of difficulty).
2. Mark “Start” and press [OK] to start the game.
3. Mark “Cancel” and press [OK] to leave the game.
4. Play the game:
- Press [
] to position the round mark.
- Press [OK] to set your stone.
- Press [Exit] to quit the game and return to the Game menu.
6.4. FACTORY DEFAULT
rev 1.1
OSD 80
When you press [OK] on the “Default Value” item:
1. A dialogue box will occur where you need to enter the
password.
2. After you input the correct password a warning message will
be displayed like the one beside (OSD 80).
3. If you select “Yes” then all changes you made will be reset to
default values. Make sure you really want to do this!
4. Press [Exit] in both steps will close the window without
resetting the receiver.
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TOOLS
6.5. SOFTWARE UPGRADE
There are two ways of upgrading the software of the receiver as
you can see at OSD 81.
6.5.1. RS232 UPGRADE
OSD 81
6.5.2. UPGRADE BY SATELLITE
OSD 82
This function can upgrade the software of your receiver through
data sent by a satellite. At the moment we offer satellite updates
only through ASTRA1 satellite.
1. Select the satellite and TP or input the TP value and
download PID.
2. Then mark “Start” and press [Enter] to begin the download
of the upgrade (OSD 83). This may need up to 60 Minutes.
Therefore we suggest using of this function only if you don’t
intent to watch TV during this time.
At the moment of writing this manual, the data for the software
upgrade by Satellite is:
•Satellite: Astra
•TP Frequency: 12604 MHz.
•Symbol Rate: 22000
•Polarity: Horizontal
•Download PID: 1277
For changes in the data of the satellite please visit http://www.
universbyfte.com .
rev 1.1
6.6. SATCODX AUTO PROGRAMMING
OSD 83
This function is using the tables of the SatcoDX websites to
update your channel and satellite lists.
1. Start the SatcoDX application on your PC.
2. Select “SatcoDX Auto Programming” item from the “Tools”
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1. This function allows you to upgrade the software of the
receiver. This can be done from PC to receiver or from a master
receiver to a slave receiver.
2. Connect master receiver or PC to the slave receiver via serial
interface (0-Modem cable). Enter the “Software Upgrade”
menu of the master receiver and press [
] to change the
upgrade mode. Upgrade modes include: allcode / maincode /
radioback / defaultdb / userdb (OSD 82).
3. Switch on the slave receiver.
4. Mark “Start” on the master reeciver and press [OK] to
start upgrade. Wait until the display on the front panel shows
“END”. Then switch off the receiver and on again. Now the new
software is used.
7. Press [Exit] to save the setting without upgrade.
For more information about software upgrade, please visit
http://www.universbyfte.com.
TOOLS
menu and press [OK]. The screen will show the message “OK
to Proceed” (OSD 84).
3. Press [OK] again and you will see the message “Ready to
Download” (OSD 85).
4. In the PC application set the Baud Rate to 115200 and start
the download procedure.
! Caution: The new download channels will delete the original
channels list. Please be careful before using it.
OSD 84
6.7. SMARTCARD AND SERIAL PORT
Note: This receiver includes support for dongles. Dongle should
be connected to serial port (RS232) of the receiver and it
must be fed by an external Power Supply.
OSD 84
rev 1.1
English
OSD 85
In this option, you can access to the information about the conditional access system or the information about serial dongle. For this:
1. At the option “Serial Port use” select “KEYFLY dongle” or
“Smartcard” (second option only will be active in receivers
with smartcard reader). (OSD 86)
2. Go to “Menu” option and confirm with “OK” (OSD 87). Follow
the steps showed on menu in order to access to the card
data or to the Dongle information.
3. If there is no card or Dongle (or they are incorrectly inserted),
an error alert will be shown on TV.
OSD 85
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
MPEG-2 & MEPG-1 compatible
Max 15Mbps
PAL/NTSC
4:3, 16:9, Auto
720x480 @ 30fps; 720x576 @25fps
Scart
AUDIO
Decoding
Mode
Bit rate
Output connector
MPEG-2/MPEG-1 layer I & II
Mono, Dual, Stereo, Joint stereo
Max 384Kbps
Scart / SPDIF
DEMODULATOR
Demodulation
Symbol rate
Outer code
Inner code
Energy dispersion
QPSK
SCPC/MCPC
RS (204, 188, 8)
ALL DVB rates
DVB-S recommendation
INPUT SIGNAL
Frequency
Input level
Channel bandwidth
Input socked
950MHz ~ 2150MHz
-65dBm ~ -25dBm
36MHz
F-type connector
LNB CONTROL
Power supply
Polarized control
DiSEqC control
13/18V (500mA max) with
short circuit protection
13/18V polarization (vertical/horizontal)
DiSEqC1.0 DiSEqC1.1 and DiSEqC 1.2
rev 1.1
MISCELLANEOUS
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Stand-by power consumption (Low
Power Consumption mode)
Operation temperature
Storage temperature
Dimension (W x D x H)
Weight
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100~240VAC 50~60 Hz
Typ. 21 watts / Max. 30 watts
< 3 watts
+5° a +40°
-20° a +70°
240x190x45 mm
1,1 Kg
English
VIDEO
Decoding
Bit rate
Output
Aspect ratio
Active pixel
Output connector
“WE , UNIVERS BY FTE, DECLARE
THAT THE PRODUCTS
U4112
IS IN CONFORMITY WITH FOLLOWING DIRECTIVES
LVD 73/23/EEC
EMC 89/336/EEC
AS LAST AMENDED BY 93/68/EEC”
rev 1.1
English
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