USER’S MANUAL
SAB
EXPLORER
(FTA, CI, FTASC, CISC)
Please read this User’s Manual carefully.
The menu structure and specifications can be changed without notice.
Table of Contents
Safety----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
General Introduction-------------------------------------------------------------------------------4
Glossary------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
Remote Control Unit-------------------------------------------------------------------------------6
Front/Rear Panel------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
Receiver Connection------------------------------------------------------------------------------9
View Mode--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
1. Channel Info Banner---------------------------------------------------------------------------10
2. To change channel in View mode---------------------------------------------------------10
3. Channel list---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11
4. Satellite List--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
5. Favorite list---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
6. Volume Control----------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
7. Changing Mode---------------------------------------------------------------------------------12
8. Useful Function---------------------------------------------------------------------------------13
9. Program Guide Mode-------------------------------------------------------------------------13
Main Menu-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
1. Installation---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
1.1 Service Searching-------------------------------------------------------------------------14
1.1.1 Edit----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
1.1.2 Rename----------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
1.1.3 Scan---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17
1.1.4 Transponder----------------------------------------------------------------------------18
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Table of Contents
1.2 Data Base Upgrade-----------------------------------------------------------------------19
1.3 Initialize STB--------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
2. Channel Manager------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
2.1 Channel Edit--------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
2.2 Favorite Group-----------------------------------------------------------------------------21
3. System setting----------------------------------------------------------------------------------22
3.1 Language Setting---------------------------------------------------------------------------22
3.2 Video Settings--------------------------------------------------------------------------------23
3.3 Modulator Settings-------------------------------------------------------------------------23
3.4 Clock Settings--------------------------------------------------------------------------------24
3.5 Lock Settings---------------------------------------------------------------------------------24
3.6 System Information-------------------------------------------------------------------------25
4. Utility-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------26
5. Common interface-----------------------------------------------------------------------------27
Trouble Shooting---------------------------------------------------------------------------------28
Specification---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
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Safety
Safety
This receiver
has been manufactured to satisfy the international safety standards.
Please read the following safety precautions carefully.
MAIN SUPPLY
110-240V, 50/60Hz, 30W
OVERLOADING
Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may result in
fire or electric shock.
LIQUIDS
: This receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the receiver.
CLEANING
: Disconnect the receiver from the main supply before cleaning. Do not use any
kind of solvents to clean the receiver, only use a soft-dry cloth.
VENTILATION
: The slots on top of the receiver must be left uncovered to allow proper airflow
to the unit.
Do not stand the receiver on soft furnishings or carpets.
Do not expose the receiver to direct sunlight or do not place it near a heater.
Do not stack electronic equipments on top of the receiver.
ATTACHMENTS
: Do not use any unrecommended attachments as these may cause hazard or
damage the receiver.
CONNECTION TO THE SATTLITE DISH LNB
: Disconnect the receiver from the main supply before connecting or
disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN DAMAGE THE LNB.
CONNECTION TO THE TV.
Disconnect the receiver from the main supply before connecting or
disconnecting the cable from TV.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN DAMAGE THE TV.
EARTHING
The LNB cable MUST BE EARTHED to the system earth for the satellite dish.
LOCATION
: Place the receiver indoor in order not to expose to lightening, rain or sunlight.
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General Introduction
This manual will help you learn basic functions such as formatting, selecting
channels and many other functions of the receiver. All functions can be performed
from the remote control, and some from the Front panel. You can easily install it by
selecting “Service Searching” function and upgrade its software through
communication cable or satellite.
The remote control is designed for easy access to all the functions at once and for
comfortable grab for your hand. It is programmed to control all functions and to
easily watch telecommunication programs via the receiver.
This receiver is designed for your convenient use and you can upgrade software at
anytime.
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Glossary
Antenna
A device that collects and radiates electromagnetic waves.
Includes a satellite dish and a broadband antenna.
Forward Error Correction (FEC)
A system of error control for data transmission.
Frequency
The number of cycles or events per one second, which is expressed in the
unit of Hertz(Hz).
Intermediate Frequency (IF)
A frequency to which a carrier frequency is shifted as an intermediate step in
transmission or reception.
Low Noise Block (LNB) Downconverter
A low noise microwave amplifier and converter which downconverts a range
of frequencies to IF range.
Packet Identifier (PID)
A set of numbers that identifies transport stream packets containing data from
a single data stream.
Polarization
Characteristic of an electromagnetic wave determined by the orientation of
the electric field vector.
Quaternary Phase Shift Keying (QPSK)
Phase-shift keying in which four different phase angles are used.
Transponder
Equipment in a satellite which receives a single uplink channel from a satellite
Earth station, amplifies it, converts the frequency and changes the
polarization, then rebroadcasts it back to Earth.
Transport Stream
The bit stream formed prior to transmission of signals by combining the video,
audio and data streams of one service. It consists of fixed length packets of
188 bytes of data.`
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Remote Control Unit
TV/SAT
2
MUTE
3
Numeric Buttons
4
SAT LIST
EPG
5
14
CH/Page Up/Down
6
1
STANDBY
13
TV/Radio
9
VOL Up/Down
15
FAV
16
MENU
INFO
Channel Up/Down
7
BACK
10
17
EXIT
SUBT
AUDIO
11
18
TEXT
12
19
SLEEP
OPTION
22
20
ZOOM
PAL/NTSC
23
21
PAUSE
8
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Remote Control Unit
1
12
STANDBY
. Switches between Operation
and Standby modes
2
TV/SAT
13
Selects TV or Satellite mode.
3
MUTE
14
Numeric Buttons
15
16
SAT LIST
17
INFO
19
9
Channel Up/Down
10
BACK
Moves back to the previous step
without saving the changed
information, or back to the previous
channel
11
SLEEP
Selects sleep and ON/OFF times
20
ZOOM
Selects the 2X or the 4X zoom function
Volume Up/Down
Turns up/down volume or hanges
the menu
TEXT
Loads the teletext service for the current
channel
Displays the program information
box on the screen
Changes channels or items on
the menu
EXIT
Changes to channel mode without
saving the changed information
of the menu mode
Page Up/Down
18
8
MENU
Moves to main menu during TV viewing
Changes the page of the channel
list
7
FAV
Favorite channel list
. Selects favorite channel list or
current channel list in the view mode
6
GUIDE
Electronic Program Guide button; displays the TV/Radio program guide
Change channels or select the
menu options
5
TV/RADIO
Switches between TV and Radio modes
Turns the sound ON or OFF
4
AUDIO
Changes audio mode to left+left,
right+right, or stereo
21
PAUSE
Pauses or continues the current picture
22
OPTION
Reserved for future use
23
SUBT
PAL/NTSC
Changed Video system
Selects the subtitle language for
the current service
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Front/Rear Panel
Front Panel
1.
: Turn on & off the power of the receiver.
2. MENU : Moves to main menu during TV viewing
3. OK : Displays the channel list and selects the item on the menu.
4. CH , CH : Changes channels or items from top to bottom on the menus.
5. VOL , VOL : Turns up/down volume.
Rear Panel
IF INPUT : Use to connect a LNB/Satellite Dish.
IF OUTPUT : Use it when connecting to another receiver.
ANT IN : Use to connect a terrestrial antenna or cable TV signal.
TV OUT : Use to connect a RF signal from this receiver to RF(ANT) input jack on TV.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT : S/PDIF output.
VIDEO/AUDIO OUTPUT : Video/Audio signal from your receiver to VCR, TV, or to
an external audio equipment
TV SCART : For the video/audio input of the TV.
VCR SCART : For the video/audio input/output of the VCR.
RS-232C : Use it when connecting to your PC.
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Receiver Connection
Various equipment (TV/VCR) can be connected to this receiver.
This manual will explain common ways to connect to the equipment.
If you are using a RF cable, please synchronize the RF channels of the
TV set and of the VCR.
If you experience any problem, please contact your sales agency.
1.
.
How to connect the receiver to a TV set
Connect one end of the SCART cable to the TV SCART socket on the back
of the receiver and the other end to the SCART input socket on your TV.
Connect the LNB[Dish] cable to the IF input connector of receiver.
If you want to use an RF cable, connect one end of a RF cable to the TV
OUT connector on the receiver and the other end to the RF IN connector
on your TV.
Connect your TV Arial cable to the ANT IN connector on the receiver for
receiving terrestrial or cable channels
2. How to connect the TV and VCR
Connect one SCART cable between the TV and the TV SCART socket on
the receiver.
Connect the other SCART cable between the VCR and the VIDEO SCART
socket on the receiver.
Connect one end of an RF cable to the TV OUT connector on the receiver
and the other end to the RF IN connector on your VCR.
Connect one end of a RF lead to the RF OUT connector on your VCR and
the other end to the RF IN connector on your TV.
Connect your TV antenna to the ANT IN connector on the receiver for
receiving terrestrial or cable channels.
Connect IF input connector of the receiver and antenna.
3. How to connect the Audio system
Connect the AUDIO R, L terminal
of the receiver and the LINE, AUX,
SPARE or EXTRA input socket
using the RCA/Cinch stereo cable.
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View Mode
1. Channel Info Banner
The details of services such as satellite name, channel information,
channel names, program names and lock, scrambled, teletext, audio
status, and now, next EPG will be displayed when pressing the “INFO”
button on your remote control or changing channels.
2. To change channels in View mode
Press the channel number you wish to watch.
Press “OK” button to display channel list already searched
Press the “CHt
t”, “CHu
u” button to change channel.
Press “LEFT ”, “RIGHT ” button to move to all/free/scramble/favorite
channel list.
Press “OK” button to select a channel.
Press “BACK” button to view previously watching channel.
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View Mode
3. Channel list
Press the “OK” button to display channel list already searched.
You can change All SAT, Satellite, Scramble and Sort List mode by
pressing the “RED, GREEN, YELLOW and BLUE COLOR” button.
Press the “CHt
t”, “CHu
u” button to change sub list.
Press the “LEFT ”, “RIGHT ” button to change satellite list.
Press the “OK” button to select list and to display the selected channel
list.
Press the “BACK” button to previous list.
Press the “EXIT” button to cancel this function.
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View Mode
4. Satellite List
Press the “SAT LIST” button to display
the selected satellite list.
Press “OK” button on a name to display
and to select all channel lists in the
satellite.
Press the “OK” button to select a
channel.
5. Favorite List
Press the “FAV” button to display and to
select the favorite channel group.
Press “OK” button on a name to display
and to select all channel lists in the
satellite.
Press the “OK” button to select a
channel.
* By pressing “RED” button to rename the group name.
6. Volume Control
To increase or decrease volume, use the “Vol +”,“ Vol -” buttons.
To temporarily cut off the volume, press the “MUTE” button.
To cancel mute, press the “MUTE” button once again or press the
“Vol +”, “Vol -” buttons.
7. Changing Mode (view mode – menu mode)
You can change view mode to menu mode by pressing “MENU” button.
You can change menu mode to view mode by pressing “EXIT” button
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View Mode
8. Useful Function
By pressing the “TV/R” button, you can change TV/ Radio mode.
By pressing the “PAUSE” button, you can pause the screen and you can
cancel this function by pressing “EXIT” button.
By pressing the “AUDIO” button, you can change audio mode.
By pressing the “TEXT/SUBT” button, you can use text/subtitle function
and you can cancel this function by pressing “EXIT” button.
By pressing the “PAL/NTSC” button, you can change the PAL, NTSC and
AUTO bv mode.
By pressing the “SLEEP” button, you can setting SETTOP BOX off time.
By pressing the “ZOOM” button, you can use zoom function and cancel
this Function by pressing “EXIT” button.
9. Program Guide mode
By pressing the “EPG” button, you can get information about each
programme.
By pressing the “CHt
t”, “CHu
u” button, You can change the channel.
Press the “RED, GREEN, YELLOW CORLOR” button to change other
function.
By pressing the “OK” button, you can get information selected channel.
By pressing “EXIT”, “BACK” button, You can cancel this function.
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Main Menu
Plug in the receiver. Then press the “” button on the remote control or the
“standby” button on the receiver front panel. The Main Menu screen, the beginning
of the OSD screen, will appear as shown in the following picture. The Main Menu
displays various functions of the receiver or you can select with “CHt
t”,
“CHu
u”and the numeric buttons on the remote control. When a function is selected,
the title changes its color. To proceed to the next stage, press the “OK” button on
the remote control. 80
1. Installation
The installation menu allows you to set the
Antenna and various functions, and
customize service. After selecting the
“Main Menu” function and pressing the
“OK” button on the Main Menu screen or
selecting the “Service Searching”
function and pressing the “OK”
button to skip main menu. Use the “CHt
t”,
“CHu
u” buttons on the remote control to
select an option and press the “OK”
button to proceed to the next stage. To
move backwards to the previous stage,
press the “Back” or “Menu” button.
1.1 Service Searching
Select “Service Searching” function from
the “ Installation” menu and press the
“OK” button. More information about
“Service Searching” function can be
obtained from your sales representative,
the Internet or satellite broadcasting
magazines.
You can use useful function by pressing the
“RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLUE CORLOR”
buttons.
1.1.1 EDIT
Sat. Name : Select the name of the satellite.
See the Sat list by pressing the “OK” button.
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Main Menu
LNB power : Turn on/off the LNB’ Power.
LNB Frequency : LNB Frequency value
can be selected by using the “ ”, “ ”
buttons and Enter a proper value by
using numeric buttons(0~9).
22KHz : Select 22KHz On/Off/Auto to
control and external tone switch.
DiSEqC : DiSEqC must be used when
using two or more antennas and LNBs.
Select None, DiSEqC 1.0, DiSEqC 1.1,
MOTOR and USALS.
When selecting “MOTOR” Yellow Color button.
1) DiSEqC 1.2 Motor : You can move the
motor to the left or right by pressing the “ ”,
“ ” keys continuously, but when you stop
pressing the “ ”, “ ” keys, the motor will
be stopped.
2) Save : When you press the “OK” key,
current position of the DiSEqC motor will be
saved.
3) Go to Reference : Move to the position “0”.
4) Calculation : The difference between the
current position and the new position of the
current satellite is applied to all the other
satellite also.
5) Limit : You can set the maximum move
extent. You can control “Enable” or
“Disable” mode. When you select “Enable”
“East limit” and “West Limit” will be
activated. Press the “OK” key, then current
position will be restored as each limit.
6) Reset : After select the “Reset” and press
the “OK” key, the original value of motor will
be restored.
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Main Menu
When selecting “USALS” Yellow Color button
If you have a USALS motorized system, you must set
your position (latitude and longitude) in order to
calculate all motor positions for viewable satellites.
You should refer to the motor’s manual to
get information for installing a USALS motorized
system.
1) Longitude & Latitude : Input the value
of latitude and longitude in which the dishinstaller is placed, press “NUMERIC”
button.
2) Current Satellite : Indicate the current
satellite name.
3) Rotate : To move the motor to the stored
position, press “OK” button.
4) Limit : You can set the maximum move
extent. You can control “Enable” or
“Disable” mode.
When you select “Enable”, “East limit”
and “West Limit” will be activated.
Press the “OK” key, then current position
will be restored as each limit.
5) Go to Reference : To clear the east &
west limit, press “OK” button.
Committed : Set the port number of
DiSEqC 1.0 switch.
Uncommitted : Set the port number of
DiSEqC 1.1 switch.
Save : After Setup complete, Press
“RED” Button to Save.
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Main Menu
1.1.2 RENAME
Select the satellite name you would like to
rename and press the “OK” button. By
using the “BACK” buttons, Move to be
previous menu. Press “GREEN” Button to
Save
1.1.3 SCAN
You can select the satellite you want to
scan by using the “ ”,“ ” keys. You can
also select numerous satellite
simultaneously by pressing the “OK” key
consecutively, then the selected satellites
will be highlighted.
Network : If you want to have all other
transponder information, you need to select
network “On”.
Search Mode : You can select All / FTA
option mode in each satellite by using the
keys.
All : scan all channels,
FTA : skip all scrambled channels.
Press the “OK” key and Scan will begin.
STB will automatically search all TV/Radio
channels from a satellite and save them into
the channel list.
You can see the progressive status of channel
searching. Press the “RED” or “EXIT” key to
stop channel Search. When the Channel
Search is completed, the result will be saved
and the first channel of the searched ones will
be displayed.
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Main Menu
1.1.4 TRANSPONDER
It will be more convenient to use this
procedure when you want to search the
channels for a specified transponder offered
from the satellite. Select any transponder that
you want to change the setting parameters or
to scan, by using “ ”, “ ” keys.
You can also select numerous transponders
simultaneously by pressing the “OK” key
consecutively.
1) EDIT : Press the “RED” key to change the
parameter values of the selected transponder.
Place the cursor on the sub menu by using
the “ ”, “ ” keys and Press the “ ”, “ ”
or “NUMERIC” button to change the setting.
2) ADD : If you cannot find the desired
transponder from the transponder list, you
can add it by inputting appropriate parameter
values for a new transponder. When you
want to change the parameter of an existing
transponder, select the parameter using the
“ ”,” ” keys and change its value by using
the “ ”, “ ” or “NUMERIC” keys.
3) SCAN : This option will enable you to search
all channels broadcasted over a specific
transponder using its predefined information.
Select the transponder from transponder list
which you want to search, by using the
“ ”,” ” keys. You can also select
numerous transponders simultaneously
by pressing the “OK” key consecutively,
then the selected transponders will be
highlighted. If you cannot find it from the
transponder list, you should insert all the
setting parameters.
4) DELETE : Press the “BLUE” key to delete
the selected transponders.
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Main Menu
1.2 Database Upgrade
Lets you download database by RS-232 cable.
Connect two receivers with RS-232 cable.
The Receiver which receives database
selects a “ Receive “ mode, the Receiver
which sends database selects a “ Send
“ mode.
Press the “OK” button.
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Main Menu
1.3 Initialize STB
“Initialize STB” function formats all
information including the existing parental
lock code and favorite channels to the initial
condition. After selecting “Initialize STB”,
A warning message as shown right will be
displayed. If you press the “OK” button,
all preset information will be formatted.
(default value : “0000”).
2. Channel Manager
2.1 Channel Edit
You can delete, lock, rename & move
channel’s position in the channel list.
Delete : Select the searched satellite
name , and press the “RED” button. By
using the “EXIT”, “BACK” buttons,
Move to be previous menu.
Lock : You can select the channels that
you want to lock or unlock by using the
“ ”, “ ” keys. And press the “GREEN”
key to confirm your selection.
Once the program is locked, you can not
watch the locked channel till you change
the configuration from “Lock” to
“Unlock” in the channel edit menu or List
Menu. The symbol of “Lock” is marked
at the right side of the channel name on
the “Channel Edit” List.
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Main Menu
Rename : Press the “YELLOW” key to
select the channels that you want to change
the channel name, then the following
“Channel Rename” menu and keyboard
screen will be displayed. Use the “ ”,” ”
and “ ”,” ” keys to place the cursor on
the desired character and press “OK” key
to select
Move : Press the “BLUE” key to select the
channels that you want to move its position
of, and place the cursor on the position
where you want to move it by using the
“ ”, “ ” keys and press the “OK” key
to confirm.
2.2 Favorite Group
You can edit the Favorite Channel List, which
facilitates you to easily find your favorite channel
from the Channel List. You can choose TV or
Radio Channels in an alternative way by pressing
the TV/Radio key
Sorting : Press the “RED” key and the Following
“Program Sorting” menu screen will Be displayed.
You can rearrange the lists by satellite, FTA /
scramble, or alphabetically.
Register : Before you can use the “Favorite
Channels List”, you must first register your
favorite channels into the favorite list.
The list screen is divided into two, the list on
the left displays all channels available and the
list on the right displays selected favorite list.
You can select the channels that you want to
register into favorite groups by using the “ ”,
“ ” keys, press the “OK” key to confirm your
selection. Then press the “GREEN” key and
the selected channels will be added to each
group of the favorite channel list.
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Main Menu
Fav-Rename : Press the “YELLOW” key to
change the name of Favorite Group, then the
following “Favorite Rename” menu and
keyboard screen will be displayed. Use the
“ ”, “ ” and “ ”, “ ” keys to place the
cursor on the desired character and press
“OK” to select.
Delete : You can also delete channels from
the favorite channel list by pressing the
“BLUE” key after selection by using the
“ ”,” ” & “OK” keys . Press the “BACK”
key to return to the previous menu
3. System Setting
3.1 Language Setting
To select the desired language of the Menu &
Subtitle or Soundtrack. Place the cursor on the
sub menu by pressing the “ ”, “ ” keys and
press the “ ”, “ ” keys to change language.
The Language of Menu & Subtitle or
Soundtrack will be changed to the selected
language
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Main Menu
3.2 Video Settings
TV Scart Mode : Select your Tv scart video
output format, RGB/CVBS, by pressing
the “ ”, “ ” buttons.
Aspect ratio : Select your screen format,
AUTO/4:3 Normal screen/16:9 wide screen
According to Tv Type, By pressing the
“ ”, “ ” buttons.
Letter Box : You can select “ON” When the
format of your TV set is 4:3 and video source
is 16:9, then the screen will display the letter
box mode.
Transparency : Set the level of OSD
Transparency, it varies from 0 to 40.
Default : 10
Display Iplate : If you select “ON” that the
symbol of TV/Radio, Locked, teletext, Date,
Time, Current program information(title,
running time) or scrambling service is
displayed when broadcasters of the desired
service support.
TV PAL/NTSC : Changes PAL or NTSC
TV mode.
3.3 Modulator settings
RF Type : Select TV standard Type.
(PAL B/G, PAL I, PAL D/K, NTSC)
RF channel : Select the RF channel number
from 21 to 69.
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Main Menu
3.4 Clock settings
Daylight Saving Time : Select the “Daylight
saving time” “ON/OFF” mode by using the
“ ”, “ ” buttons.
Adjust Time Zone : You can set the Current
Time (Local area time) in this mode. To set
the Current Time, select the value using the
standardized information of current service
area by pressing the “ ”, “ ” keys.
On Timer : Sets up hour and minute of your
receiver Power on time. Enter a Power on
time by using numeric buttons(0~9).
On Timer Mode : Powers on receiver by
setting this option with “Once” or daily” by
pressing the “ ”, “ ” buttons.
3.5 Lock Settings
Select “Lock Settings” from the “Main Menu”,
and you will be requested to insert the
password. Default Password is “0000”.
System Lock : To lock the receiver, select
“System Lock” in the “Lock Settings”
menu and change it to the “ON” mode by
using “ ”, “ ” keys. If the receiver is locked
, whenever you try to start the STB, the
“Password” screen will appear and you will
be asked to enter your Password
Channel Manager Lock : To lock the
channel Manager, select “Channel Manager
Lock” in the “Lock Settings” menu and
change it to the “ON” mode by using the
“ ”, “ ” keys.
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Main Menu
Installation Lock : To lock the Installation
menu, select “Installation Lock” in the “Lock
Settings” menu and change it to the “ON”
mode by using the “ ” “ ” keys
Change Password : You can change your
Password from the factory default value
“0000” as follows: Select “Change
Password” in the “Lock Settings” menu.
You will then be asked for a new password.
Once you enter a new password, the system
will ask you to re-enter for confirmation. When
you have entered a new password twice,
the password has been changed. If you forget
the password, contact the distributor to
recover it.
3.6 System Information
Current Receiver boot loader, software version
and hardware version display
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Main Menu
4. Utility
This STB supports additional functions such as
Calendar and Games.
Calendar :
“▼” : Previous Year “▲” : Next Year
“◀” : Previous Month “◀” : Next Month
αTetris :
“OK” : Drop
“▲” : Rotate
“◀” : Move Left “◀” : Move Right
.
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Main Menu
5. Common Interface
You can enjoy not only Free-To-Air services
but also scrambled services using the
Conditional Access Modules (CAM) &
Smart card. This receiver currently supports
various types of CAM & Smart card
(Alphacrypt, Aston/Seca, Irdeto, VIACCESS,
Nagravision, CONAX, CryptoWorks and more).
Common Interface modules and smartcards
are available from your dealer or from your
service provider.
If no CAM is used, then only free-to-air
programmes will be received.
CAUTION Smart Card Insert direction
Please insert card whit the chip downstairs!
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Trouble shooting
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Possible Causes
Solution
No picture but on screen menus appear !
Satellite system is incorrectly installed.
Check all connections and leads,
adjust satellite antenna, check LNB.
Faulty LNB
Replace LNB
Faulty TP
Replace TP
High levels of signal loss through
cables
Use a signal booster or replace cables
Faulty connection
Repair connection
Remote control not working !
Batteries exhausted
Check batteries
Incorrect function selected
Press correct function key
Remote control not pointed at device.
Make sure your remote control is
pointing on your device
No stereo sound !
Incorrect cable connecting receiver and TV
Check SCART cable
Incorrect volume value
Check volume value
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Specification
Conditional
Access / Interface
Slot
2 Slot
PCMCIA
DVB common Interface Standard
Input Frequency
Input
Video
Audio
Serial Data
Front Panel
RF
Modulator
950~2150MHz
Connector
F-Type
Input Impedance
75 Ohms
Input Level
-25 ~ -65 dBm
LNB Power
14/18V DC±5%
LNB Control
22KHz, 600mVp-p
DiSEqC
Ver 1.0/1.1/1.2/USALS
Maximum Current
500mA Overload Protection
Demodulation
QPSK
Symbol Rate
2~45Mbaud(SCPC/MCPC)
Decoding
MPEG-II
Output
NTSC/PAL(Auto)
Aspect Ratio
16:9, 4:3
Resolution
720480(NTSC)/720576(PAL)
Output Level
1Vp-p / 75Ohms
Output Connector
RCA Phone Jack, TV/VCR Scart
Decoding
MPEG-I, Layer 2
Bit Rate
Max, 384Kbps
Output Level
0 dBm
Output Impedance
600 Ohms Unbalanced
Output Connector
RCA Phone Jack, TV/VCR Scart
Connector
9 Pin D-sub
Signals
RS232, 115,200Kbps
4 Digit 7 Segment Display
Standby, CH Up/Down, Vol Up/Down, Menu, OK
RF-Connector
75Ohms, IEC169-2 Male / Female
Frequency
470MHz to 860 MHz
Output Channel
CH21-69
TV Standard
PAL B/G, PAL I, PAL D/K
Remote Control
15m Max
Supply Voltage
110-240V AC, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
30 Watts Max
Dimension
30022060 (WDH)
Operating
Temperature
0°C to 50°C
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