Seagate ST360020ACE Troubleshooting guide

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Contents
Safety ------------------------------------------------- GB1 ~ GB2
Warning & Glossary -------------------------------- GB3
Reference -------------------------------------------- GB4
STB Connections ---------------------------------- GB5 ~ GB10
Remote Control Unit ------------------------------- GB11 ~ GB12
Function Guide -------------------------------------- GB13 ~ GB16
Main Menu Guide ----------------------------------- GB17 ~ GB43
Hard Disk Recorder ------------------------------- GB44 ~ GB51
Motorised System ---------------------------------- GB52 ~ GB53
Troubleshooting Guide ---------------------------- GB54 ~ GB55
Specification ----------------------------------------- GB56 ~ GB58
Menu Map -------------------------------------------- GB59 ~ GB60
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Safety
This STB has been manufactured to satisfy the international safety standards.
Please read the following safety precautions carefully.
MAINS SUPPLY
: 90-250V AC 50/60Hz
OVERLOADING
: Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may
result in electric fire or shock.
LIQUIDS
: The STB should not be exposed to any liquids (incl. drips/splashes).
No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
apparatus.
CLEANING
: Disconnect the STB from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Use a light damp cloth (no solvents) to dust the STB.
VENTILATION
: The slots on top of the STB must be left uncovered to allow proper
airflow to the unit. Do not stand the STB on soft furnishings or
carpets. Do not expose the STB to direct sunlight, place it near a
heater. Do not stack electronic equipment on top of the STB.
ATTACHMENTS
: Do not connect any non-recommended attachments as these may
cause hazard or damage the STB.
CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB
: Disconnect the STB from the mains before connecting or
disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish. FAILURE TO DO SO
CAN DAMAGE THE LNB.
CONNECTION TO THE TV
: Disconnect the STB from the mains before connecting or
disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish. FAILURE TO DO SO
CAN DAMAGE THE TV.
EARTHING
: The LNB cable MUST BE EARTHED.
The earthing system must comply with SABS 061.
LOCATION
: Place the STB indoors in order not to expose to lightning,
rain or sunlight.
Warning!
Please do not insert metal or alien substance into the slots
for the Modules and Smart Cards.
In doing so can cause damage to the STB and reduce its life span.
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Warning!
When replacing HDD, you may burn if you touch any metal area of the HDD cartridge
(a metal cover on top, a bolt on bottom). Be careful during replacement.
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Warning & Glossary
Copyright
• VIACCESSTM is a trademark of France Telecom.
• CryptoWorks(TM) is a trademark of Philips Electronics N.V.
• Irdeto is a trademark of Mindport BV.
• Nagravision is a registered trademark of Kudelski S.A.
• Conax is a trademark of Telenor Conax AS.
• ‘Dolby’ and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Warning
HUMAX cannot be held responsible for any kind of problems caused by the use of
non-proprietary software. It is strongly recommended that only software released by
HUMAX is used throughout the HUMAX product range, as the use of versions other
than HUMAX official software will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
Glossary
• Forward Error Correction (FEC)
A system of error control for data transmission.
• HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
A primary computer storage medium, which is made of one or more aluminum or glass
platters, coated with a ferromagnetic material.
• 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.
• Polarisation
Characteristic of an electromagnetic wave determined by the orientation
of the electromagnetic field vector.
• PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
A video recorder that can record and play back programmes directly using the embedded
hard disk drive(s).
• Transponder
An automatic device that receives, amplifies and retransmits a signal on a different
frequency.
• TSR (Time Shifted Recording)
A function that records the present programme temporarily to support Trick-mode.
• Trick mode
Pause, Fast Forward, Fast Backward, Slow Motion, Instant Replay, Commercial Skip.
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Reference
Software Upgrade
HUMAX digital set-top box is a highly sophisticated product - incorporating one of the best
software applications.
Whenever a problem is found with this software or, in fact, extra functions or enhanced
applications are added, the software in the equipment has to be upgraded.
In order to maintain proper performance of the product, it is essential to have the most
up to date software. The latest news and release of software versions may be found at
HUMAX website - http://www.humaxdigital.com.
It is recommended that users register to HCSA(HUMAX Customer Service Area) and
periodically check for the availability of software upgrade.
There are three methods to upgrade the software:
(a) set-top box to set-top box download(copies the software of the main unit into slave unit);
(b) pc to set-top box download(downloads the software directly from pc to the model
requiring upgrade);
(c) OTA over-the-air(downloads the software where the manufacturer reserves the right to
decide when and where to release through satellite system).
Over The Air(OTA) is simply another alternative for downloading software versions.
However, the manufacturer reserves the right to decide when and where this software
upgrade can take place by "beaming" latest software versions over the air via satellite
systems. Note that OTA is only limited to certain geographical regions mainly due to
different satellites having different footprints(area where the signal can be received).
SUSS(TM) is an official trademark and logo for HUMAX loader software to perform OTA.
The software upgrade via satellite system will only occur under the following circumstances:
1) the equipment should have appropriate loader software;
2) the manufacturer decides to release software downloading via a designated satellite
system;
3) the equipment must be "tuned" properly to the same satellite that the manufacturer uses.
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STB Connections
Front
1
STANDBY Button
Press to switch between Operation and Standby modes.
2
MENU/
Display the Main menu or move the cursor to the down
menu option.
3
CH /
Move the TV/Radio service down or move the cursor to
the right menu option.
4
CH+/ OK
Move the TV/Radio service up or select a menu and
confirm the selected operation.
5
EXIT
Return to the previous menu or screen.
6
STANDBY LED
Indicates that the STB is in standby mode.
7
TIMESHIFT LED
Indicates that the STB is in timeshift mode.
8
HDD LED
Indicates that your STB is reading or writing HDD.
9
RECORD LED
Indicates that the STB is in recording mode.
10 NO HDD LED
Indicates that your STB has no HDD.
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5
2
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3
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Rear Panel
1
2
3
4
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9
1
LNB OUT
Connect other digital/analog satellite receiver.
2
LNB IN 1, 2 (Two)
Connect a satellite antenna cable. Up to 2 cables can be connected.
3
RS-232C
Connect to your PC to upgrade product’s software programme.
4
TV SCART
Connect a TV SCART cable.
5
VCR SCART
Connect a VCR SCART cable.
6
VIDEO/AUDIO OUTPUT
Connect to your TV or VCR and output video/audio signals.
7
RF INPUT
Connect a general aerial antenna with the cable jacks to the RF input jack
on the product.
8
RF OUTPUT
Connect an RF signal from the product to RF input jack on your TV.
9
S/PDIF
Output the digital audio signals (S/PDIF).
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STB Connections
Connecting TV, VCR and Hi-Fi System
There are several ways of connecting the STB to your existing Audio/TV system.
We recommend using one of the following set-up for best results:
• To TV only(with scart cable)
1. Connect one end of a 21-pin SCART cable to the TV SCART connector on the STB
and the other end to a SCART socket on your TV.
2. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
• To TV with VCR
1. Connect one end of a 21-pin SCART cable to the TV SCART connector on the STB
and the other end to a SCART socket on your TV.
2. Connect one end of a 21-pin SCART cable to the VCR SCART connector on the STB
and the other end to a SCART socket on your VCR.
3. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
• To a Hi-Fi System
1. Connect an RCA/Cinch stereo cable from the AUDIO L,R sockets on the back of
the STB to the LINE, AUX, SPARE OR EXTRA input sockets on your Hi-Fi system.
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• To TV only(with RCA/Cinch cable)
1. Connect one end of an RCA/Cinch cable to the RCA/Cinch socket on the STB and
the other end to an RCA/Cinch socket on your TV.
RCA/Cinch : Audio-left (white), Audio-right (red), Video (yellow)
2. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
• To TV using the RF cable
1. Connect a terrestrial antenna to RF IN socket on the STB.
2. Connect one end of the RF cable to the RF OUT socket on the STB.
3. Connect the other end to the ANT IN socket on your TV.
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STB Connections
PVR-8000 has the following antenna settings in order to make the most use of
performances of PVR STB and provide its simplicity during installation and use.
• Tuner A features Live and Timeshift, and Tuner B features recording.
• To make the most use of PVR in the current system, input all signals of your antenna
(whether you have a single antenna or two antennas) to Tuner A, and then input the
same signals to Tuner B.
PVR-8000 has two antenna modes according to setting: Single and Dual.
• Single:
Based on Tuner B being recorded, you can switch channels and view at the
same time only when the channel being recorded has the same polarity as
the channel to be viewed. But you can’t view a channel having a different
polarity from the channel being recorded.
• Dual:
Tuner A and Tuner B have the same signal sources. Even during recording,
you can freely switch channels regardless of polarity.
Recommended Antenna Connections
1) When setting Antenna Configure to Single:
• When a user has a single antenna (Hotbird or Astra):
Input a signal source to Tuner A, and input the signal input to Tuner A to
Tuner B using a splitter or loop through.
(Hotbird)
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• When a user has two antennas (Hotbird and Astra):
Connect two antennas to DiSeqC and input outputs to Tuner A.
Then input the signal input to Tuner A to Tuner B using a splitter or loop through.
• Note : A splitter is recommended in the Single mode. (For Tuner A, use a splitter with
the function of DC bypass, and for Tuner B use a splitter regardless of the function of DC
bypass.) When using a loop through in the Single mode, use when the single
level is over 25%. Otherwise, it is recommended to use a splitter.
Use only a splitter in order to connect another set-top box using a loop through to your PVR.
(Hotbird)
(Astra)
2) When setting Antenna Configure to Dual:
To provide Live and Timeshift services through Tuner A, and Recording service through
Tuner B, input a signal source of the same attributes with the signal input to Tuner A to
Tuner B.
(Hotbird)
(Astra)
(Hotbird)
(Astra)
(Hotbird)
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Remote Control Unit
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1 MUTE
13 EXIT
Press to return to the screen or return to the
screen from a sub-menu screen.
Press to temporarily cut off the sound.
2 MENU
Press to display the Main Menu on the screen,
or return to the screen from a menu screen.
3 OK/CH LIST
14 RSV LIST
Press to display a list of reserved programmes.
15 EPG(Electronic Programme Guide)
Press to display the EPG window.
Press to display the Channel List. This button is
used to select items on the menus.
4 V-/ V+ (
Page
Press to move up page in the channel list window.
)
Volume up/down buttons.
Press to move the highlight bar left or right for
selecting options on the menus.
16 RECENT CH
Press to display the list of the recent 10 services
you have viewed.
Page
5 TV/ RADIO
Press to move down page in the channel list
window.
Press to switch between TV and Radio modes.
6 NUMERICAL BUTTONS
Press to select a service, enter your PIN code,
enter alphabet or numerical on the menu.
7 FAVOURITE BUTTONS (A, B, C, D)
17 RECORD
Press to record a programme.
18 REPLAY
Press to replay a programme 7 seconds previous
scene. You can adjust REPLAY in the menu
(0~60 seconds).
Press to display the list of the favourite services
registered for each group.
STOP BUTTON(D)
Press to stop playback.
8 SOUNDTRACK
Press to display select Audio Language for the
current programme.
9 SUBTITLE
Press to display the subtitle language list for the
current service.
10 INFORMATION
Press to display the programme information box
on the screen.
Press again to display detailed event information.
11 STANDBY
Press to switch between Operation and Standby
modes.
12 CH+/CH- (
19
: Rewinds a programme.
Press to switch between playing and
pause.
: Plays a programme.
: Fast forwards a programme.
Each time you press this button, a scene
is forwarded faster divided into 4 steps.
: Pauses a programme
20 Q.SKIP
Skip a programme forward by amount of 15 seconds. You can adjust Q.SKIP in the menu
(0~60 seconds).
21 ATTR(Attribute)
Press to display or change the attributes of the
current channel, such as Fav., Lock, Skip, etc.
)
Programme up/down buttons. Press to tune to
the next or previous service.
Press to move the highlight bar up or down for
selecting options on the menus.
• Note : The design of the Remote Control Unit may be changed without advance notice.
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Function Guide
Menu language Setup Wizard
If the language setting screen is initially displayed in factory default
or during first time installation, select the language you prefer to
use.
1. Press the
buttons to move the cursor to the desired
language.
2. Press the OK button to set the Menu language.
Time Setting
Time Setting enables you to set your local time, manage time on
the basis of your standards, and according to your time display the
information transmitted through time-reserved viewing, recording
and broadcast.
• When you initially power on, enter the Time Setting menu,
and you (or a distributor) set the local time, your STB will
provide all services based on the initial set time.
• In order to set an initial time, set year/month/day/hour/minute.
Also, set your most favorite service for exact time correction.
Then time correction will be automatically performed on the
basis of the set time.
Therefore, the information about a program received by another
broadcast or the set times for reservation will operate on the
basis of the standards built in your STB.
• You can change the set time in the Time Setting menu when
the time hasn’t been set initially, you have plugged out and
re-plugged in, there has been a period of time of no power
due to the power failure, or if you want to change time in the
Time Setting menu of Preference.
• The Time Setting menu consists of year/month/day/hour/minute/
correction service information items.
• Select a desired item using the
buttons.
buttons and press the
• The Correction service item is set to correct the difference
between the delivery time to broadcast and the set time.
(It corrects within a 15-minute difference.)
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Information Box(I-Plate) : No Timeshift
The details of the service part and event part are automatically
displayed on the I-Plate when pressing the INFO(
) button or
changing services.
The Information Box is divided into service part and event part.
SERVICE-PART(Top of the box)
SERVICE PART consists of the following items:
• Service number, Service name.
• Teletext, Subtitle and Scrambling service symbol.
(These are automatically displayed if the broadcasting station
provides appropriate information.)
• Record icon.
• Antenna Number and Satellite Name.
• Signal quality bar.
EVENT-PART(Bottom of the box)
EVENT PART consists of the following items:
• Event duration time and Event name.
• State of reserved event, Description text of event.
Event Part shows the current information.
If the INFO(
) button is pressed under Information Box,
the INFO window is displayed on the screen.
The INFO window displays the current Network information,
including:
Satellite Name, Frequency, Polarisation, Symbol Rate, FEC and
the detailed information for the event can be displayed with event
data displaying mode.
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Function Guide
Information Box(I-Plate) when enabling timeshift
A progress bar and the Trick Play mode are displayed between
the Service and Event parts. The progress bar shows the current
recording and playback points. The entire length of the progress
bar relates to the total length of timeshift, the green bar to the
amount of recordings, and the yellow bar to the current playback
point. The Trick Play mode shows the current playback speed,
and it appears on the right side to the progress bar.
The following icons are displayed:
: Forwards 1 time constantly
: Fast forwards +2~ +5 steps
: Fast rewinds -1~ -5 steps
: Pauses a scene
: Slowly forwards +1~+4 steps
: Slowly rewinds -1~ -4 steps
You can set Timeshift On or Off in the timeshift category that is
organised in the following sequence: main menu preference
record/play setup. The set values will be memorized even in power
off.
Information Box(I-Plate) when playing a file stored in HDD
If the INFO(
) button is pressed under Information Box, the File
Info window is displayed on the screen. The File Info window
displays the information of the playing file, including: File Name,
Start Date, Start Time, Duration and CA System.
To play a file stored in HDD, activate Operation/Playback in the
channel list window. The informatioin box appears when pressing
the INFO(
) button after pressing the EXIT button, which is
comprised of file name, record icon, scrambled/lock icon, progress
bar, trick mode play icon, file information area. A progress bar
shows the current playback point during the duration of a stored
file.
Change Services
To change services, do the following;
1. Press the NUMERICAL ‘0’ Buttons and it will display
NUMERICAL Input window Then press NUMERICAL buttons
(0~9) on the remote control unit.
2. Press the CH+/CH- buttons. Or press the RECENT(
),
CH LIST(
), FAVOURITE Buttons (A, B, C, D). To switch
between TV and Radio services, press the TV/RADIO(
)
button. If the RECENT(
) button is pressed, the current
service and the recent 10 services are listed on the left of
the screen. You can change to a desired service directly by
using them.
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Volume Control
To adjust the volume level, use the V+/V- buttons.
To temporarily reduce the sound volume, press the MUTE(
button.
To cancel mute, press the MUTE(
) button again or press
the V+/V- buttons.
)
Teletext
Use your TV Remote Control Unit to control the Teletext service.
The teletext button doesn’t exist on the STB Remote Control Unit.
When the service supports Teletext, the Teletext icon(
) is
displayed on the I-plate.
Subtitle
If the current broadcasting programme provides subtitles, press
the SUBTITLE(
) button to see the current subtitle language list.
To change the subtitle language:
1. Press the SUBTITLE(
) button.
2. Use the
buttons to select the Subtitle language you want.
3. Use the button to move to the operation window.
4. Use the
buttons to select on mode and then press the OK
button.
To cancel the subtitle mode:
1. Press the EXIT button during showing subtitle.
2. Or press the SUBTITLE(
) button.
Use the button to move to the operation window.
Use the
buttons to select off mode and then press the OK
button.
Sound Track
When you want to change the audio language of current service,
press the SOUNDTRACK(
) button first.
The soundtrack menu is displayed on the top to left side of the
screen.
To change the audio language:
1. Move the cursor to the desired language on the Track window
using the
buttons.
2. Use the
buttons to select one among Both, Left and Right
from the Audio output item.
If the current service is switched, the audio language returns to
the audio language that was selected in previous service.
lf the returned audio language is invalid, the audio language that
you selected from the audio language menu has the priority of
playback.
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Main Menu Guide
1. TV Channel/Radio Channel
A service navigation system(Channel List) is provided for easier
switching to the service you wish to view.
It consists of four windows: Category, Sort, Channel, and
Operation windows.
TV Channel/Radio Channel Menu can be displayed depending
on the TV/Radio Mode.
2. TV EPG/Radio EPG
Your STB has an Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) to help you
navigate through all the possible viewing options.
The TV EPG (or Radio EPG) supplies information such as
programme listings and start and end times for all available
services.
In addition, detailed information about the programme is often
available in the EPG (the availability and amount of these
programme details will vary, depending on the particular
broadcaster).
The TV EPG/Radio EPG Menu can be displayed depending
on the TV/Radio Mode.
3. Parental Control
This “Parental Control” feature sets viewing restrictions and
prevents unauthorized access to your STB through a PIN
(Personal Identification Number) code, which is a 4-digit number.
(The factory preset PIN code is 0000)
4. Channel Search
The “Channel Search” feature allows you to search for a desired
channel with your STB.
It consists of Antenna Configure, Antenna Setting, Manual Search,
Auto Search and Advanced Search.
5. Preference
The Preference mode allows you to customise, add a new service
(Language, Time, UHF, A/V Output,.....).
It consists of 11 submenus; that is, Language, Time, UHF, A/V
Ouput, Record/Play Setup, HDD Utility,...
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1. TV Channel/Radio Channel
Channel List
Channel List Menu provides a service navigation system.
For easier switching to the service you wish to view, use the
Channel List Menu.
It consists of four windows: Category, Sort, Channel and Operation
windows.
Channel List consists of All Channel List, Favorite Channel List,
Network Channel List, Satellite Channel List and File Channel List.
If a service is a Scrambled or Locked service, it is marked with
an icon displayed on the left of the channel name in the channel
window.
Using remote control unit buttons.
•
: Moves the cursor up or down on each window.
(category, sort, channel, operation)
•
: Moves the cursor left or right window.
• OK
: Operates only Channel and Operation windows.
A relevant channel will be marked on the Channel
window, and a relevant operation wil be activated on
the Operation window.
• EXIT : Exits the Channel List window.
• You can also use ATTR, four numeric buttons (1, 2, 3 and 4).
To choose a service list you want to view:
1. Press the MENU(
) button. The Main Menu will appear.
2. Select a TV channel from the Main Menu using the CH+/CHbuttons. Then, press the OK button.
3. Select a desired service list using the CH+/CH- buttons.
4. Use the PAGE
/ PAGE
buttons to move each thirteen
services.
Press the EXIT button to hide the Channel List window.
Press the OK/CH LIST(
) button of your Remote Control Unit
to display the Channel List window directly on the screen.
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Main Menu Guide
Service All
The Service All menu consists of 7 sort lists.
• NUM
•
•
•
•
•
•
: Displays the list of services sorted by service number,
which is given to every service you have searched.
A~Z
: Displays the list of services sorted in ascending order
by service name.
Z~A
: Displays the list of services sorted in descending order
by service name.
FTA
: Displays only the list of FTA services sorted by service
number.
Scrambled
: Displays only the list of Scrambled services sorted by
service number.
Lock : Displays only the list of Locked services sorted by
service number. You must enter a password to view
services of a locked channel.
Unlock : Displays only the list of Unlocked services sorted by
service number.
To view only the list of FTA services with the Service All
menu:
1. Move the cursor to the Sort window using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to FTA using the
buttons. Now, only FTA
services are displayed on the Channel window.
Service Favourite
Service Favourite menu consists of 4 sort lists.
To display only the list of A Group services with the Service
Favourite menu:
1. Move the cursor to the Favourite menu on the Category
window using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to the Sort window using the button.
3. Move the cursor to A Group using the
buttons. Now, only
A Group services are displayed on the Channel window.
Service Network
The sorting list of the Network category consists of network
names extracted from SI information.
1. Move the cursor to the Network menu on the Category window
using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to the Sort window using the button.
3. Move the cursor to a desired network using the
buttons.
Now, the services of the selected network are displayed on the
Channel window.
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Service Satellite
The sorting list of the Satellite category consists of the names
of satellites.
1. Move the cursor to the Satellite menu on the Category window
using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to the Sort window, using the button.
3. Move the cursor to the desired satellite, using the
buttons.
Now, the services of the selected satellite are displayed on the
Channel window.
Using the Operation Window when activating Service All/
Favorite/ Network/ Satellite.
NUMERICAL button is used to select items of operation window
directly.
• Deselect All
Choose Deselect All on the Operation window to clear the
selection marking for the services you have selected in the
service lists.
• Select All
Choose Select All on the Operation window to mark all the
services in the service lists as selected.
• Delete
1. Move the cursor to the service you wish to delete on the
Channel List window, the
buttons.
2. Press the OK button to mark the selected service.
The marking symbols (
) are displayed.
3. Mark the additional services you wish to delete by repeating
the steps 1 and 2.
4. Move the cursor to the Operation window using, the button.
5. Move the cursor to Delete, using the
buttons.
Press the OK button to delete all the selected services.
Note :
If you delete the service you are currently viewing,
the current service is switched to the next service in the
service list. If there is no service in the TV service list,
the current service is switched to the first service in the
Radio service list. If you delete all services of the TV and
Radio service lists, you will be prompted with a warning
message.
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Main Menu Guide
• Move
1. Press the OK buttons at the services to move, using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor at Move of the Operation window,
using the
buttons.
Press the OK button to move all the selected services.
Then, the icon( ) will be displayed in front of the service.
3. Using the
buttons, move the cursor to where you want.
4. Press the OK button, then the services will be arranged as
you want.
5. You can use this functionality if the status of cursors is
one of the followings
• category : All, sort : NUM
• category : Favourite
• category : Network, and active cursor is on the
Sort Window
Service File
Service File applies to a channel list useful for stored video/audio
files (playback, stop, delete, changing attributes).
To call the channel list of a file, press the OK button during the
playback of a recorded signal or press the PLAY(
) button
while viewing a live programme.
A sorting list in the File category is organised alphabetically and
in order of the date of storage.
A file name is registered automatically or entered by a user.
1. Move the cursor to the File on the Category window using
the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to the Channel window using the button.
3. Move the cursor to a desired file using the
buttons.
4. Move the cursor to the Operation window using the button.
5. Select a desired function (playback, stop, delete) using the
buttons, or you can operate using numeric 1,2,3 buttons.
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Using the Operation Window when activating Service File.
• Playback
Plays a file where the cursor is located on the Channel window.
If Playback is activated during playback of the current file,
an existing file will stop and the appropriate file will be played.
• Stop
Stops the current playback file, and then shows the last service.
If a file is not being played, Stop will not operate.
This Stop function operates regardless of file marking.
• Delete
Deletes a marked file permanently.
You can simultaneously mark and delete many files.
When activating Delete, a warning message box will be
displayed, and a file will be deleted by pressing the OK button.
When deleting many files, a “Deleting file” message will be
displayed due to time delay.
After deleting a file, marking will be reset, an updated list of
files will be displayed, and the cursor will move to the first line.
Note :
File deleting time will be various depending on the size
of file.
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Channel Attribute
The "Channel Attribute" feature allows you to display and change
the attributes of the current channel. A window displaying the
information about the current service is at the bottom of the
channel attribute window.
A Channel Attribute window will be activated during normal
viewing or by pressing the ATTR(
) button on the Channel List
window.
Category includes Fav, Lock and Skip.
• Favourite
To register the current service to Fav. A:
1. Move the cursor and select FAV. on Category window and
press the button to move to the Item window.
2. Select a desired A Group using the
buttons, and then
press the OK button.
3. If you select A Group, "Fav. A" will be displayed on
Category window.
4. You can also select multiple favourites. (Example: "Fav. A B")
5. If you have completed your selection(s), move to Operation
window using the button and then move the cursor to Save
and press the OK button.
To delete the current service from Fav. A:
1. Select A Group on the Item window by pressing the
buttons and then press the OK button.
2. If you have completed your selection, move to Operation
window, using the button, then move the cursor to Save
and press the OK button.
• Lock
To lock the current service:
1. Move the cursor and select Lock on Category window and
press the button to move to the Item window.
2. Select Lock on using the
buttons, and then press the
OK button.
3. "Lock ON" will be displayed on Category window.
4. If you have completed your selection, move to Operation
window using the button and then move the cursor to
save and press the OK button.
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To unlock the current service:
1. Select Lock off the Item window by pressing the
buttons
and then press the OK button. "Lock OFF" will be displayed
on Category window.
2. If you have completed your selection, move to Operation
window using the button and then move the cursor to save
and press the OK button.
• Skip
To skip on the current service:
1. Move the cursor and select Skip on Category window and
press the button to move to the Item window.
2. Select Skip on using the
buttons, and then press the OK
button.
3. "Skip ON" will be displayed on Category window.
4. If you have completed your selection, move to Operation
window using the button and then move the cursor to save
and press the OK button.
To release the skip off for the current service:
1. Select Skip off on the Item window by pressing the
buttons and then press the OK button. "Skip OFF" will be
displayed on Category window.
2. If you have completed your selection, move to Operation
window using the button and then move the cursor to save
and press the OK button.
• Save
To save the changed attributes:
1. Select Save on Operation window using the
and then press the OK button.
buttons
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• Rename
To rename the current service:
1. Move the cursor and select Rename on the Operation
window and press the OK button to rename current service.
The Input Text window will appear.
2. Enter the service name using the NUMERICAL buttons
(0~9) on the Remote Control unit.
3. The Input text window will appear and you can type the
Channel Name directly.
If you input the Channel Name with the remote control unit,
the first press of a numerical button is recognised as a
numerical input, and the next press of the same button is
recognised as an alphabet input. (For example, if you press
the numerical button 1 repeatedly, the input character
switches in the sequence of 1 A B C 1.)
Press the
button to input the next character.
Press the
button to cancel and Press the OK to confirm.
Group Attribute
Use this window to move group marked channel at the
selected category and sort.
To move, skip and lock or to register the present channel
to the desired.
1. Press several channels using the OK button.
2. Press the (
) button.
3. Select an item at the desired category and save.
File Attribute
A window, which shows detailed information about a file or is
used to change attributes of a file. It consists of Category, Item,
Operation and File Information.
To activate it, press the ATTR(
) button while the active cursor
is located on a file in the Channel List window (File).
Then information about an appropriate file will be displayed.
Even if an active window doesn’t exist during the playback of a
file, you can activate it using the ATTR(
) button.
Attributes of a file are Lock/Unlock. To change the attribute, place
the cursor on ON/OFF of Item and press the OK button. Then the
changed attribute will be displayed on Category immediately.
File Information shows the name of a file, start time of recording,
date and recording time, and it shows information about the CAS
system when a scrambled service has been recorded.
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• Save
Saves attributes of a modified file in the hard disk. Any attribute
that hasn’t been saved and has been changed only in the
window will not be saved.
• Rename
Changes the name of a file. An input text pop-up window is
activated. Press the OK button after changing the name.
Then the pop-up window will be closed and the name of a file in
File Information will be immediately renewed.
Favourite List
You can select a favourite group that you want.
1. Press the A(
), B(
), C(
), and D(
) buttons on the
remote control unit to select each Favourite service list.
2. Use the
buttons to the service view.
Recent Channel List
NUMERICAL buttons are used to select items of operation
window directly. You can view up-to-date channel that you have
registered.
This feature allows you to easily change ten channels that have
been viewed recently. If the current channel already exists on the
list, it only moves to the top of the channel list without appending
the appropriate channel. In Power Off, the Recent Channel List
will disappear.
1. Press the RECENT CH(
) button on the remote control unit to
select Recent channel service.
2. Use the
buttons to view the service.
3. Move the cursor to the Operation window, using the
buttons.
To delete up-to-date channel.
Select “Delete All”, using the
buttons and then press the OK
button. The recent window will disappear.
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2. TV EPG
You can watch a programme being shown and reserve it in TV
EPG mode. NUMERICAL buttons are used to select items of the
operation window directly
To enter TV EPG mode.
Press the EPG(
) button on the remote control unit, or select
the TV EPG on the Main Menu.
To switch the Radio EPG.
Press the TV/RADIO(
) button on the remote control unit and
TV EPG will be switched to the Radio EPG.
Advanced EPG
The Advanced EPG mode consists of Category, Schedule &
Information and Operation windows.
• Category(Day)
The days of the week are listed on the Day window.
They are listed sequentially in reference to the current day
of the week. Today’s day of the week is displayed on the last
item of the list.
• Schedule & Information
Press to display the schedules for the day of the week you have
selected on the Day window. The playing time is displayed
on the left of the window. The name of the programme is
displayed on the right of the window.
• Operation
NUMERICAL buttons are used to select items of the operation
window directly.
Press the OK button to display reservations and detailed
information about the service you have selected on the
Schedule & Information window. You can also enter a simple
EPG. Press the EXIT button to exit this window.
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To view the detailed information about a programme on
Schedule & Information window:
1. Select a programme you want, using the CH+/CH- buttons in
Schedule & Information window.
2. Press numerical button 1 to select more information operation
directly. Or move the cursor to the Operation window using the
buttons.
3. Select More Info using the
buttons and press the OK
button.
To reserve a programme you want:
1. Select a programme you want to reserve by using the CH+/CHbuttons in Schedule & Information window.
2. Press numerical button 2 to select reserve operation directly.
Or move the cursor to the Operation window, using the
buttons.
3. Select Reserve using the
buttons and press the OK button.
A Reserve Mode window will be displayed.
4. Select a mode among Weekly, daily and once.
5. Move the cursor to the Operation window using the
buttons.
Then, select View Reserve or Record Reserve. Or you can
directly select View or Record on the Operation window using
numeric 1 or 2 button.
View Reserve is indicated by the alphabet ‘V’ and Record
Reserve is indicated by the alphabet ‘R’.
Available number of programmes to be reserved is up to 20 by
summing up view/record. If the number exceeds, a warning
message will appear.
If a reservation has been already set within the range of a
reserved time, no reservation will be made and a message of
Already Reserved will be displayed.
• View Reserve: View-reserve a programme.
When your STB is in standby at the fixed start time:
The STB switches the current channel to the channel of an
appropriate service. The STB returns to standby at the end time.
When your STB operates at the fixed start time:
The STB switches the current channel to the channel of a
reserved service. The STB keeps the current channel at the
end time.
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• Record Reserve: Record-reserve a programme.
When your STB is in standby at the fixed start time:
After switching to the channel of an appropriate service,
the STB records the channel. The STB returns to standby at
the end time.
When your STB operates at the fixed end time: A reserved
service is recorded at the state of displaying the current channel
without switching to the channel of a reserved service.
The STB ends recording at the end time. The information about
a recording file uses the information about the programme
(event).
To cancel reservation for a reserved programme:
1. Select a programme you want to cancel reservation by using
the CH+/CH- buttons in the Schedule & Information window.
2. Press the numerical button 2 to select reserve operation
directly. Or move the cursor to the Operation window using
the
buttons.
3. Select Reserve using the
buttons and press the OK
button. The Reserve Mode window will be displayed.
4. You can see the selected programme that has been added
as a cancel item on the Operation window of the pop-up
window.
Press the numerical button 3 to select cancel operation
directly. Or move the cursor to the Operation window using
the
buttons, and select Cancel, and then press the OK
button.
Simple EPG
To view the simple EPG
1. Press numerical button 3 to select Simple EPG operation
directly. Or move the cursor to the Operation window,
using the
button.
2. Select Simple EPG, using the
buttons and then press
the OK button.
It will display a Simple EPG like an Information box.
This mode displays in the A/V playback mode.
Black vertical line
Black/white bar
Time range of bar
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: Indicates the current time.
: Display the proceeding state of
programme.
: This consists of three blocks by 30
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3. Parental Control
You can set a parental guidance rating to each programme in this
mode.
1. When the Parental Control is selected using the
buttons
in the Main menu, a display window for entering the PIN code
will appear on the center of screen.
** The default PIN code is 0000 .
2. Enter the PIN code on the display window.
(If any problem occurs when entering a PIN code, you cannot
switch to the next mode.)
3. Set the parental guidance rating of highlighted Censorship
classification.
4. Press the
buttons to select the parental level.
The parental level is displayed as age-based numbers:
no block, 6, 10, 14, 18 and total block. Enter the PIN code to
unlock or lock programmes.
5. To change your PIN code:
• Select the highlighted Old PIN code using the
buttons
and then enter your Old PIN code.
• Enter a New PIN code in the highlighted New PIN code using
the
buttons.
• To verify the New PIN code, re-enter a New PIN code in the
highlighted Verify Changed PIN code.
6. If the entered PIN code is correct, then all settings are
completed. (If the PIN code is wrong, the message "PIN code
mismatch" will be displayed on the display window. If the OK
button is pressed at this time, the Old PIN code is valid and
the cursor is located in the first position of this menu.)
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4. Channel Search
Enter the PIN code to access the Channel Searching menu as
you access the Parental Control menu.
Press the OK button to start Service Search after setting the
parameters.
** The default PIN code is 0000 .
Channel Search consists of 5 sub menus.
Antenna Configure
Antenna Configure enables you to set the installation state of an
antenna connected to your STB. You can select using the OK
button and toggle between Single and Dual.
When Single is selected (this means one signal source is
present), an antenna should be connected to Tuner A directly
and an input for recording should be connected to tuner B.
Two methods are used for connection to Tuner B; one is splitter,
another is loop through.
When Dual is selected (this mean two signal sources are present),
Tuner A performs search. Dual allows two identical signal sources
to be input to two different inputs and enables you to view during
recording regardless of different polarities. Tuner A performs operations, such as search.
Antenna Setting
Selects the antenna and LNB settings for Service search.
As you can change the settings for 22KHz Tone and DiSEqC
switch, there are 32 possible Antenna Setting for use.
The values that are set in this menu will be available for selection
in other channel searching menus.
Antenna Alternative
There are 32 antenna alternatives, each one can have different
combinations of settings for 22KHz Tone and DiSEqC switch.
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Satellite Name
Selects the Satellite Name that corresponds to the value of the
Antenna Alternative.
1. Press the
button to select the Satellite Name you want.
Items on the right side include all the selectable lists of
satellite Name.
2. If the desired Satellite Name is not listed then select User
Defined and the OK button.
3. The Input text window will appear and you can type the
Satellite Name directly.
If you input the Satellite Name with the remote control unit,
the first press of a numerical button is recognized as a
numerical input, and the next press of the same button is
recognized as an alphabet input. (For example, if you press
the numerical button 1 repeatedly, the input character switches
in the sequence of 1 A B C 1.) Press the button to input
the next character.
Press the button to cancel input.
The selected Satellite Name can help you select the Antenna
Alternative in the searching menu, but it is possible to change
or select the Satellite Name only in the Antenna Setting menu.
Note :
In case the selected satellite is used as OTA target
satellite, automatic detection of the OTA target satellite
might not work properly if you change or edit the name
of the satellite.
4. When inputting the Satellite Name, there is a 14 character limit.
LNB Frequency
1. Select the L.O. Frequency that is set to antenna.
2. Press the
button to select the LNB frequency(Universal,
5150, 9750, 10600, 10750, 11475MHz, User Defined). Items on
the right side displays all the selectable lists of Satellite Name.
3. If the required LNB Frequency is not available then select User
Defined and press the OK button.
4. The Input text window will appear and you can enter the
frequency manually using the NUMERICAL buttons(0~9).
5. If you select Universal, both 9750 and 10600MHz are
supported at the same time.
The 22KHz Tone setting is unnecessary. (Disabled)
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22KHz Tone
If you use a dual LNB or two antennas connected to a 22KHz Tone
switch box, make 22KHz Tone switch Enable or Disable to select
LNB or antenna by using the
buttons.
DiSEqC Input
According to the option and position of DiSEqC switch,
select Disabled, Tone Burst A to B and DiSEqC A to D.
After setting the above mentioned value, press the OK button to
move to the Manual Search menu.
Motorised System
The Motorised System is used to set the DiSEqC 1.2 motor by
Eutelsat specification.
If you wish to use this system, please refer to page GB52.
Manual Search
Set the search parameters (Frequency, Polarisation, Symbol Rate,
etc.) to manually find the services that you have selected in the
transponder. The bar on bottom of the submenu displays the signal
level and the signal quality(BER) of the entered parameters.
After the above-mentioned value is set, select Search on the
Operation window.
Antenna Alternative
Select the target antenna for Manual Search.
The Satellite Name helps you select Antenna Alternatives.
This is only for reference and cannot be changed on this menu.
Antenna alternative 16 is fixed for SMATV.
1. Press the
button to select antenna alternative you want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of antenna
alternative assigned from antenna setting.
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Frequency
1. Press the OK button to select the User Defined.
The Frequency Input window will appear.
2. Use the NUMERICAL buttons(0~9) to enter frequency the
remote control unit.
Polarisation
Select Polarisation for manual search.
1. Press the
button to select Polarisation you want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of
Polarisation. (Auto, Horizontal, Vertical)
• Horizontal
• Vertical
: 18 V is output through LNB line
: 13.5 V is output through LNB line
Symbol Rate
Select Symbol Rate for manual search
1. Press the
button to select symbol rate you want. Items on
the right side display all the selectable lists of symbol rate.
2. If the required symbol rate is not available then select User
Defined and press the OK button.
3. The numerical input window will appear and you can enter
the symbol rate manually, using the NUMERICAL buttons (0~9).
FEC (Forward Error Correction)
Select FEC for manual search.
1. Press the
button to select FEC of transponder you want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of FEC.
You can select the value from 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 and Auto.
Network Search
Select network search.
1. Press the
button to select Yes or No. If you select "Yes"
you can find more transponders using the home network.
As it refers to NIT during searching, if there is the frequency
information of other transponder, it searches the other
transponder besides the transponder that the user inputs.
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Automatic Skip
Select automatic skip.
1. Press the
button to select Yes or No. If you select "Yes",
the search will skip all scrambled services. If the found ser
vices are scrambled during searching, they are not listed.
Refer to descriptor of PMT whether it is scrambled or not.
Auto Search
When you enter a Satellite Name that is set in Antenna Setting
menu, search all of the selected satellites without inputting the
extra frequency.
Antenna Alternative
Select the target antenna for Auto Search.
1. Press the
buttons to select the antenna alternative you
want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of antenna
alternatives assigned from antenna setting.
The attribute of this antenna alternative number is already set in
Antenna Setting menu and the Satellite Name is helpful in the
selection of the antenna, but in this menu you cannot change
the Satellite Name.
Automatic Skip
Option to search only Free - to - Air services.
Select automatic skip.
1. Press the
buttons to select Yes or No. If you select "Yes"
the search will skip all scrambled services. If the found services
are scrambled during searching, they are not listed up.
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Advanced Search
Performs a manual search with the ability to enter
PID(Video/Audio/ PCR) values. This mode is necessary when you
search for the signal that has abnormal service Information tables.
The setting of the sub items is the same as Manual Search.
Video PID/Audio PID/PCR PID
You can set PID to search for services.
1. Press the
buttons to select User Defined and press the OK
button.
The Input PID window will appear.
2. Press the
buttons to select Decimal or Hexa.
3. Use the NUMERICAL buttons (0~9) on the remote control unit
to enter a decimal PID value.
4. In the hexadecimal input mode, press one of the NUMERICAL
buttons (0~9) to display a hexadecimal keyboard.
5. Enter a hexadecimal PID value.
Note :
If no PID is input (Auto is displayed), the PID Search
function is same as Manual Search.
6. After the above mentioned value is set, select Search on
Operation window.
Note :
The picture and the found service list during Advanced
Search are identical to the ones found during Manual
Search.
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5. Preference
The Preference mode supports the STB internal settings according
to the connection of the receiver and external units.
This mode includes Language Setting, Time Setting, UHF Tuning,
A/V Output Setting, Record/Playback Setup, HDD Utility,
Common Interface, Status, Default, Others and STB Upgrade.
Language Setting
Select the language for menu, audio or subtitle.
1. Select the Preference, using the
buttons in the Main Menu
and select Language menu using button.
2. Press the OK button again and the language setting menu will
be displayed.
3. Select the highlighted Menu(or Audio, Subtitle) language,
using the
buttons.
4. Press the
buttons to select the language you want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of
languages available.
Menu Language
Select a language for the menu or banner OSD in the mode.
You can choose a language from English, German, French, Italian,
Arabic, Persian and more.
When broadcasting information (event) is transmitted, the selected
Menu Language will be applied.
Audio Language
Select the default language for audio when changing services.
If you change the current service, your STB will initially select the
previously memorised Audio Language. If the Audio Language of
current service is not provided, at this time, you should re-select a
language on the Audio Language menu.
Languages provided:
English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian,
Finnish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Turkish, Czech,
Rumanian, Norwegian, Greek and more.
If no language is provided, then the default language of current
service will be automatically selected.
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Subtitle Language
Select the default language for subtitle when changing services.
Language provided: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish,
Portuguese, Hungarian, Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian,
Greek and more.
Time Setting
Move the cursor to the current time and press the OK button.
Then the time setting window that has been described in an
overview of PVR will appear, and you can change the time.
You can also change the Correction Channel that was highlighted
in gray in the time setting window.
You can set the Current Time and Wakeup Time in this mode.
Furthermore, the Service Number in the Wakeup mode and Sleep
Time (standby mode) can be set. If a VCR is connected, recording
can be automatically done according to Wakeup/Sleep Time
Setting.
Current Time
Users can directly enter Date, Time and Correction channel.
The time setting will be used as the standardised time for the
Information box, TV EPG, Radio EPG, Wakeup and Sleep Timer.
To change the Current Time:
Press the OK button, then “Time Setting” will appear.
Select Date/Time/Correction Channel using the
buttons.
Correction Ch.
It shows the correction channel that has been selected at the
current time.
Wakeup Time
1. Move the cursor to Wakeup Time.
2. Press the
buttons to select enabled or disabled.
3. If Enabled is selected, Time Input window is displayed.
4. Enter the time in the order of hour and minute, using the
NUMERICAL buttons (0~9).
5. Press the OK button to complete Wakeup Time setting.
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Wakeup Service No.
1. Move cursor to Wakeup Service No.
2. Select the desired service, using the
buttons. Use the
TV/RADIO(
) button on the remote control unit to toggle
TV/Radio service.
Sleep Time
Depending on Time Setting, select the time when STB is turned
off.
1. Move the cursor to Sleep Time.
2. Press the
button to select enabled or disabled.
3. If Enabled is selected, the Time Input window will appear.
4. Enter the time in the order of hour and minute, using the
NUMERICAL buttons.
5. Press the OK button to complete Sleep Time setting.
UHF Tuning
You select the STB output by using the UHF channel.
Channel
Select an UHF channel. The range of channels and frequency
value is different for each PAL Standard:
PAL I/G for Europe
PAL B for Europe/Australia
PAL D for China
PAL K for Russia
:
:
:
:
CH21
CH28
CH13
CH21
~
~
~
~
1. Move the cursor to Channel.
2. Select the desired UHF channel using the
CH69
CH69
CH62
CH69
buttons.
PAL Standard
1. Move the cursor to PAL standard.
2. Use the
buttons to select a PAL Standard according to
the above range of channels.
Offset
1. Move the cursor to offset.
2. Use the
buttons to Adjust the fine tuning value.
The Offset ranges from -4 to +4 and each Offset represents
1MHz.
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A/V Output Setting
Video Output(CVBS/S-Video/RGB)
Set the video mode that is output from the TV SCART and
RCA/Cinch Jack.
1. Move the cursor to Video Output.
2. Select CVBS/S-Video or RGB using the
buttons.
Audio Output
Set the audio mode that is output from the TV SCART and
RCA/Cinch Jack.
1. Move the cursor to Audio Output.
2. Select STEREO or MONO, using the
buttons.
Dolby Digital
If the Dolby Digital option is ON and the broadcaster provides the
Dolby Digital stream, the Dolby Digital audio language is firstly
selected when changing the service.
1. Move the cursor to Dolby Digital.
2. Select ON or OFF using the
buttons and press the OK
button.
Screen Mode
1. Move the cursor to screen mode.
2. Use the
buttons to Select the aspect ratio of the TV which
is connected to STB (4:3 or 16:9).
Display Format
Select the format in which the video is to be displayed on screen.
If your TV set is 4:3 and video source is 16:9, STB will display in
the Letter-box or Centre mode as selected.
If your TV set is 16:9 and video source is 4:3, STB will display in
the Pillar-box or Full mode as selected.
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Record/Play Setup
Your STB temporarily saves the present programme you are
watching on the embedded hard disk drive. Therefore, you can
enjoy some effects similar to the VCR playback functions.
This mode includes Timeshift, Quick skip time and Instant replay
time.
Timeshift
In the Timeshift mode, recording and playback can be carried out
simultaneously. You can play back the recorded program as much
time delay as you want to keep a live signal recorded.
The Timeshift mode also displays a progress bar showing the
amount of playback and recording even in an information box.
Quick skip time
The Quick Skip Time feature operates in the Playing a recorded
mode or Timeshift mode.
It shows an advanced stream as much as the fixed time.
For example, when the Quick skip time is set to 15 seconds and
the Q.SKIP(
) button is pressed, a stream after 15 seconds will
be played. You can select from 0 up to 60 seconds by 5 seconds
and default is 15 sec.
Instant replay time
The Instant Replay Time feature operates in the Playing a recorded mode or Timeshift mode.
It shows a previous stream as much as the fixed time.
For example, when the Instant replay time is set to 7 seconds and
the REPLAY(
) button is pressed, a stream before 7 seconds
will be played.
You can select from 0 up to 60 and default is 7 sec.
HDD Utility
HDD Utility consists of HDD Initialize and Check File System.
The HDD Initialize feature allows you to quick format the built-in
hard disk and to make a system directory (audio/video, etc.).
It can’t be activated during file playback or recording, and a
warning message will appear. When it starts activation, an entry
window for a PIN code will be displayed. Enter a pin code and a
message box will be activated. Select OK and HDD will be
initialized. Press EXIT to return to the HDD Utility window.
The HDD Initialize feature can’ be activated during file playback,
recording or timeshit. The Check File System feature checks if a
file sector has any problem. If any problem is present, a message,
“File system has some problems” will appear on the screen.
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Common Interface
You can enjoy not only scrambled services using the Conditional
Access Modules (CAM), but also Free-To-Air services.
This product currently supports any kinds of CAM (ViaccessTM,
Nagravision, Conax, CryptoWorks(TM), Irdeto, Mediaguard, and
so on). Common Interface module and Smart Card depending on
the service provider. If you need CAM, contact your service
provider of distributor.
If CAM is not being used, then the only available service is
Free-To-Air services.
Status
The Status window shows the H/W version, S/W version and
loader version of your STB. Moreover, it shows the information
about tuning the current channel, the quality and level of signal
(Tuners A and B) so that you can set antennas early.
To exit this window, press the EXIT button.
Default
1. Select Default using the
buttons and press the OK button.
The PIN code Input window will appear.
2. When you enter a PIN code, the message, "The brings your
current channel as well as menu setting back to default values."
will be prompted.
3. Select OK and press the OK button to save all services as
Free-To-Air service of ASTRA1. (Factory default mode)
4. Select EXIT to cancel the operation and to exit the menu.
Other Setting
Select the OSD Transparency and Information Box Display Time.
OSD Transparency
Select the OSD Transparent type. It affects Information box,
Soundtrack, Subtitle, Service list, Time and Simple EPG mode of
TV Guide. Use the
buttons to toggle transparent and opaque.
Info. Box Display Time
Set the display duration of Information box displayed on the
screen after changing services. The time ranges from 0 to 20
seconds.
1. Move the cursor to Info. Box Display Time.
2. Select Duration time using the
buttons.
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STB Upgrade
You can download and upgrade the software of this STB via a
satellite when a new version of the software of released.
Do not turn off the STB during downloading.
When the power is switched OFF, turn on the STB and the
process will be continued.
Antenna Alternative
Select the target antenna for Manual Search.
The Satellite Name helps you select Antenna Alternatives.
This is only for reference and cannot be changed on this menu.
Antenna alternative 16 is fixed for SMATV.
Frequency
1. Press the OK button to select the User Defined.
The Frequency Input window will appear.
2. Use the NUMERICAL buttons (0~9) on the remote control unit.
Polarisation
1. Use the
buttons to select the Polarisation of the
transponder.
(Auto, Horizontal, Vertical)
• Horizontal
• Vertical
: 18 V is output through LNB line
: 13.5 V is output through LNB line
Symbol Rate
Select Symbol Rate for Upgrade.
1. Press the
button to select symbol rate you want. Items on
the right side displays all the selectable lists of symbol rate.
2. If the required symbol rate is not available, then select User
Defined and press the OK button.
3. The numerical input window will appear and you can enter the
symbol rate manually using the NUMERICAL buttons (0~9).
FEC(Forward Error Correction)
1. Press the
button to select the FEC of transponder you
want.
Items on the right side display all the selectable lists of FEC.
You can select the value from 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8.
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Hard Disk Recorder
Recording
This PVR has an embedded hard disk drive. Therefore, you can
record programmes without requiring any external storage media
such as a VCR.
It operates only with the RECORD(
) button on the remote
control.
The Record mode window consists of category, operation, signal
bar and progress bar.
File Name
File Name enables you to define the file that you want to save.
The default name is defined as ‘the name of a service_Hour/
Minute/Day/Month/Year.vid (aud)’.
The items on the right side are user defined. Therefore, you can
enter a file name by using the OK button. But you can change only
the name of a service (and can’t change the time and the name of
extension). You can enter a file name with up to maximum 32 characters.
Record Type
Record Type consists of Now/Reserve.
The Now item shows that this is the right time to start recording.
The Reserve item enables you to select the start time/date/mode
for a time-reserved recording.
When Now is selected, the start time of recording is the current
time, the mode is set to Once, and Start Date/Time/Record Mode
categories are displayed as disable.
‘Start’ is an operation item. However if the Record window is
recalled after the start, then ‘Stop’ and ‘Reserve’ exit as an
operation item.
When Reserve is selected, Start Date/Time/Record Mode
categories are activated and you can enter by moving the cursor.
‘Reserve’ is an operation item.
Start Date
The current date is fixed in Now recording.
In Reserve recording, you can select up to the forward seven days
including today from the list of items by using the
buttons.
Start Time
The current time is fixed in Now recording.
In Reserve recording, items are user defined and you can enter by
pressing the OK button.
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Record Mode
The Once mode is fixed in Now recording. In Reserve recording,
items include Once/Daily/Weekly and you can select using the
buttons.
Duration
Duration sets the time to be recorded.
A list of items consists of user defined/15min/30min/45min or
1hour. Select it using the
buttons. Default is one hour.
Signal Bar shows the signal quality and signal level of a tuner
(tuner B) used for the channel you want to record.
Progress Bar shows the current progress compared to the
recording time that has been set after activating Now Record.
The red bar shows the progress. On the edge of the right side,
the progress time is displayed in the form of Hour:Minute (and it is
displayed only during recording).
When recording is in progress, if the Record window is activate,
all category items except duration and the Start item of Operation
will be non-activated and the active cursor will be located on the
Stop item. A progress bar is displayed. The Record window during
recording shows the information about the current recording. You
can change duration or end recording.
When the duration of a recording stops, if the Record window has
been activated, the Record window will end.
It must be noted that recordings can’t be done at the same time.
By this reason, you can’t record if the start time is within a
reserved time. Even if the start time is not within a list of reserved
time, if there is an overlap between the end time and a reserved
time, you can neither record nor reserve.
• Maximum 22 hours of recording with a 40 GB hard drive.
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Using the Operation Window
• Start/Reserve
‘Start’ starts recording.
‘Reserve’ reserves recording.
After Reserve is activated, the Record window is closed and
reserved information is listed on the Reserve List window.
Record Reserve operates as follows.
1) When STB is in standby at a set start time of reserved
recording:
The STB starts operating, switches channels for an
appropriate service, and then starts recording the channel.
After recording is complete, the STB will return to the state of
standby.
2) When STB is operating (on) at a set start time of reserved
recording:
The STB doesn’t switch channels for a reserved service,
and it records a reserved service while the current channel is
being viewed. After recording is complete, the STB will return
to the state of operating.
Reserve List
Reserve List enables you to display or delete view/record reserved
services. It operates only with the RSV LIST(
) button on the
remote control unit. It consists of Reserved Channel, Schedule,
Mode and Operation.
Reserve List shows the current view/record reserved services.
In case of View Reserve, an alphabet “V” will be marked.
In case of Record Reserve, an alphabet “R” will be marked.
Reserved services are up to maximum 20 by summing up
view/record reserved services.
Program Name shows the name of the program of the service
where the cursor is located when a service has been reserved on
the EPG window. It is updated each time the cursor moves up or
down. When you have registered a record-reserved service on
the Record window, nothing will be displayed.When the Reserve
List window is activated after the start time of a reserved service,
the reserved service will be deleted from the list.
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To cancel a reserved service
1. Select a service you want to cancel.
2. Press the numeric ‘1’ button. A message for confirmation will be
displayed.
After the service is deleted, the cursor will move to the first item.
Methods of Trick Mode operation
You can operate Trick Mode in the Timeshift mode or Playing a
recorded mode.
When moving to a new channel, the previous timeshift buffer will
be cleared.
The Trick mode displays a symbol at the top to the right of the
screen in order to indicate the operation of the Trick mode.
You can cancel it using the EXIT button.
• Using PAUSE
If you press the PAUSE(
) button, the screen will pause.
• Using Slow playback
If you press the PLAY(
) button on the RCU, the recorded
program will be played in normal speed with time delay.
If you want to activate slow playback, press the PAUSE(
)
button and then press the
buttons.
However, the program is being recorded continuously internally.
Press the
button to slowly forward from +1 to +4 steps,
and press the
button to slowly rewind from –1 to –4 steps.
• Using FF/FR
Press the
button to fastly forward from +1 to +4 steps, and
press the
button to fastly rewind from –1 to –5 steps.
• Using STOP
You can operate Stop in the Playing a recorded mode.
Use Stop when stopping a file being played and then switching
to the previous live programme. If the live programme is being
recorded, make sure to comply with the rules of channel
switching during recording.
Stop will not operate in normal viewing or timeshift.
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Watch live without TSR and record another
When recording in Condition:
Main Menu preference Record/Play Setup Time shift:
disable.
The Channel List window has a list of channels that can be
changed. Even without the Channel List window, you can change
only channels that can be changed.
When Antenna Configure is set to Single
You can change channels on the same transponders (and the
changed channels will be displayed). When moving to another
transponder, if the transponder is connected to loop through or
a splitter, a movement to another transponder of the same
polarization will be acceptable (and the changed channel will be
displayed). But, even if the channel has passed through a loop,
a movement to another transponder of different polarization will
not be acceptable.
When Antenna Configure is set to Dual
When a satellite is being recorded, you can change channels
on the same transponders and move to another transponder.
Also you can change channels from the current satellite to
another satellite.
Trick mode operation: No Effect.
Watch live with TSR and record another
When recording in Condition:
Main Menu preference Record/Play Setup
enable.
Time shift:
When Antenna Configure is set to Single
You can change channels on the same transponders (and the
changed channels will be displayed). When moving to another
transponder, if the transponder is connected to loop through or a
splitter, a movement to another transponder of the same
polarization will be acceptable (and the changed channel will be
displayed).
However a movement to a transponder with different polarities is
unacceptable because it changes the tuning parameter of a
channel being recorded and there is a case where recording can’t
be complete.
Therefore, the Channel List displays only the channel list that can
change channels.
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When Antenna Configure is set to Dual
Regardless of the current recording, all channels can freely be
surfed through Tuner A (and this is a recommended signal input of
PVR8000).
Trick mode operation:
FF /FR /SF /SR /Pause /Play can operate in the Timeshift mode
Playing a recorded service
1. Move the cursor to the Category window using
buttons on
the channel list that has been activated by pressing the
TV/Radio Channel menu or Ch List button and select a file
category using the
buttons.
2. Move the cursor to the Channel window using the
buttons
and place the cursor on a desired file using the
buttons.
3. To play a recorded stream, press the numeric ‘1’ button, or
move the cursor to the Playback item on the Operation window
and press the OK button.
Press the numeric ‘8’ button when a recorded file is not played,
and a list of files will appear and you can do file related operations.
In order to play back a file, move the cursor to a desired file, and
re-press the numeric ‘8’ button (Play button) or press the numeric
‘1’ button, a direct playback button.
During the playback of a recorded file, press the OK button.
A list of files will appear and you can play back a file.
• Operational buttons:
MENU /( V+ / V- ) /OK(CH LIST) /REPLAY /Q.SKIP /
/
/ / / INFO /NUM 5(Operating as STOP) /NUM 8(Operating
as PLAY) /MUTE / EXIT /STANDBY.
• Not operational buttons:
RECORD /SUBTITLE /SOUND TRACK /EPG /FAVORITE A /
B /C /D /RECENT CH /(CH+ CH-) /ATTR /RSV LIST/
NUM 0, 1, 2, 3, 4/ TV-RADIO.
Trick mode operation(
the Playback mode.
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To record another file during playback of a recorded
service:
1. Press the OK button and a list of files will be displayed.
2. After moving the cursor to the Operation window, select Stop
and press the OK button. A file being played will stop.
You can also stop the file by pressing the numeric ‘5’ button
during playback.
3. Once a file has stopped playing, your STB will return to
normal viewing. Therefore, recording can be activated.
But a reserved recording during playback of a recorded stream will
be activated in the background and a reserved view will not be
activated.
Channel change service while recording
A channel on the Channel list will be surfed when changing
channels.
When Antenna Configure is set to Single
You can change channels on the same transponders (and the
changed channels will be displayed). When moving to another
transponder, if the transponder is connected to loop through or
a splitter, a movement to another transponder of the same
polarization will be acceptable (and the changed channel will
be displayed).
However a movement to a transponder with different polarities is
unacceptable because it changes the tuning parameter of a
channel being recorded and there is a case where recording can’t
be complete. Therefore, even the Channel List displays only the
channel list that can change channels.
When Antenna Configure is set to Dual
Regardless of the current recording, all channels can freely be
surfed through Tuner A (and this is a recommended signal input of
PVR8000).
Trick mode operation: No Effect
To stop the current recording, press the RECORD(
) button and
activate the Record window. And move to the Operation window,
select Stop and press the OK button(or press the numeric ‘1’
button on the Record window).
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Reserve recording or viewing service by EPG
1. Select a day of the week on the Category window using the
buttons on the advanced EPG window activated by using the
TV/Radio EPG menu or EPG button.
2. Move the cursor to the Schedule & Information window using
the
buttons and select a desired event (programme) using
the
buttons.
3. Move the cursor to the Operation window using the
buttons.
Then, search an item to be reserved using the
buttons and
press the OK button, or press the numeric ‘2’ button in the
Schedule & Information window. The Reserve window will
appear.
4. Check if operations proceed as descriptions about the Reserve
window.
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Motorised System
DiSEqC 1.2 User Instructions
If you have a Motorised System for DiSEqC1.2, you can set the Motorised System item to
Enable on Antenna Setting window and add necessary
functions. If a Motorised System is set to Enable, you
cannot select DiSEqC Input items but, instead, you can use
new menus(Satellite Name, DiSEqC Command Mode,
Movement and Limit Setting) on Antenna Setting window
and the Goto/Store items are added to Operation
window(User mode).
In case that a Motorised System is Enabled, if you have defined Satellite Name on the
Window and also created the location information about the
satellite, you can drive the motor which corresponds to the
Satellite Name by moving the cursor and selecting ‘Goto’.
Otherwise, you need to move to the Item window by using
the
buttons in the DiSEqC Command mode of the
window and select Installer. Then, you will find that the
Reset command is added as Motor Control Command on
Operation window, which is different from the User mode.
After selecting your Motorised System as Installer, move to and select the Movement item
on the window, and move the cursor to Item by using the
buttons and then select East or West by using the
buttons. Now, the motor will start to be driven.
If it starts to be driven, move East/West until you find the
location at which signal quality is best. If multiple locations
are found, you should select other frequency and drive the
motor again until only a single location is found.
You can select Stop at the best location by using the signal
level and signal quality bar on the bottom of the window and then move the cursor to Operation window and select Store the item to save the current location information. Be careful
that if you exit the menu without saving this location information, the current Satellite location information will be lost. Repeat the above steps for other Satellites to use your
Motorised System for them.
Once you have set the location information for a satellite, you can perform fine-tuning for
its location information If you start to search services from the location information
previously saved.
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Motorised System
To perform East/West fine-tuning for a satellite, set the Motorised System to Enable
on the window and select the Satellite Name, and then select User instead of Installer
on the DiSEqC Command Mode item. Now, you can perform East/West
fine-tuning for the selected satellite.
To drive the motor, move to and select the Movement item on Category window, and
move the cursor to Item by using the
buttons like the case of user. Then select
‘(E) +1 move’ or ‘(W) +1 move’ by using the
buttons. Now, the motor will start to
be driven. If it starts to be driven, move the motor until you find the location at which
signal quality is best. When the best location is found, save the location
information using the Store command on Operation window.
Motor Limit Setting
Use this option to set the East and West limits of the
motor. This should be used to prevent your dish from
hitting anything that may be absolute the path of the
dish. Set the Motorised System item to Enable on
"Antenna setting" menu and move to the "Limit Setting" item. Then, move the active cursor to Item.
To set the East(or West ) Limit
1. Move the cursor to East(West) on Item and press the
button.
2. When the motor is reaches the position you want to set as the East(West) Limit,
press the
or
buttons or to stop the motor.
3. In order to save the position, move the cursor to Store East(West) Limit
on the current window.
4 Then press store on operation window.
Once Antenna and DiSEqC-related information are set, you can search the services
for a specific satellite you want. The followings describe how to search services with
classifications of Manual Search, Auto search, and PID search.
To exit a window if there is no change or after you have changed any setting,
use the EXIT button, or move to Operation window and select EXIT.
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Troubleshooting Guide
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Troubleshooting Guide
If you can’t solve the problem even referring this Troubleshooting Guide, contact us via
our homepage.
Homepage : http://www.humaxdigital.com
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Specification
Power Supply
Input Voltage
Type
Power Consumption
Protection
AC 90~250V, 50/ 60Hz
Switching Mode Power Supply(SMPS)
Max. 60 W
Stand-by : Max. 3.5 W
Separate internal fuse & lightning protection
Demodulation
Waveform
Input Symbol Rate
FEC Decoder
QPSK
1 ~ 45 Ms/s
Convolutional Code Rate 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 with
Constraint Length K=7
Tuner & Channel
2 RF Input Connector
1 RF Output Connector
(loop through out)
Frequency Range
Signal Level
LNB Power & Polarization
22 KHz Tone
DiSeqc Control
F-Type, IEC 169-24, Female
F-Type, IEC 169-24, Female
950 to 2150 MHz
–25 to –65dBm
Vertical : +13.5 V, Horizontal : +18 V
Current : Max. 500mA, overload/short Protection
Frequency : 22 4KHz
Amplitude : 0.6 0.2 V
Version 1.0/1.2 Compatible
Video Decorder
Transport stream
Profile Level
Input Rate
Video Formats
Video output
Video Resolution
MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818
MPEG-2 Main Profile @ Main Level
Max. 15 Mbit/s
4:3, 16:9
CVBS (Default), RGB, S-VIDEO
720 x 576
Audio Decorder
Audio Decoding
Audio Mode
MPEG/MusiCam Layer I & II, MP3
Single channel /Dual channel /Joint stereo /Stereo
• Note : The specification of the STB may be changed without notice in advance.
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Specification
RF-Modulator
RF/Loopthrough Output
Connector
Frequency
Output Channel
TV standard
Preset Channel
75 Ω, IEC 169-2, Male/Female
470-860 MHz
CH 21-69 for modulator
PAL B/G/I/D/K selectable by Menu
CH36 (or TBD). Software changeable by Menu
Conditional Access Interface
Common Interface
2 slots
Application System Resources
CPU
Sti5514, 180MHz for system operating
Storage
HDD
Recoding Time
40GB, 60GB, 80GB (selectable and expandable)
Average 22Hr/40GB, 33Hr/60GB, 44Hr/80GB in 4 Mbps bit rate
• For proper working specific models of Seagate HDD are recommended
(e.g. 60GB : ST360020ACE).
The recommendation will be informed on HUMAX's home page
(www.humaxdigital.com)
Memory
FLASH Memory
Graphics(MPEG) Memory
System Memory
4 Mbytes
8 Mbytes
8 Mbytes
SCART
TV SCART
VCR SCART
Video Output (CVBS, RGB, S-VHS)
Audio Output
(Resolution : 20 bits DAC, Max. 2 Vrms)
Video Input (CVBS, RGB, S-VHS)
Video Output(CVBS)
Audio Output, Audio Input
(Resolution : 20 bits DAC, Max. 2 Vrms)
• Data rate decides the picture quality of digital TV programmes.
Data rate of about 5-6 Mbit/s coincides with the picture quality of a analog
TV programme.
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RCA & S/PDIF
Video RCA
Audio RCA
S/PDIF
1 RCA/Cinch, Video Output (CVBS)
1 Pair (Left & Right) RCA/Cinch Volume and Mute Control
(Resolution : 20 bits DAC, Max. 2 Vrms)
Digital Audio Output, Fiber Optic (Resolution : 20 bits)
Data port
RS-232C
9-pin D-sub
Transfer rate 115 Kbps
Front
Slot
Buttons
Display
USB
2 CI slot,
5 Buttons : STAND-BY, MENU, EXIT, CH+, CH5 LEDs : STANDBY ,TIME SHIFT, HDD, RECORD, NO HDD
1 Port(slave) 2.0
Rear
Main Power Cable
RF (Antenna Input and
Output)
SCARTs
Audio
Video
Data Port
LNB
S/PDIF (IEC 958)
Fixed type on the body
1 Input, 1 Output
1 for TV, 1 for VCR
1 pair of RCA (Left/Right)
1 RCA for CVBS out
1 RS232 (9-pin D-sub)
2 RF Input & 1 Loop through Output
1, Digital audio output, Optic
Physical Specification
Size (W x H x D)
Weight(Net)
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
400mm x 65 mm x 297 mm
3.5 kg without HDD
0 °C to +45 °C
-10 °C to +70 °C
Etc
Accessories
RCU
RCU, User’s Manual, One RCA Cable or RF Cable,
2 Batteries(AAA), USB Cable
RS-351 Type(29 Keys, Dark Grey color)
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