TOPFIELD
CBC-5150
User Guide
Digital Cable Receiver
IRDETO Embedded
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Setup
2.1 Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Rear panel connections . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Connecting up your digital receiver . . . . .
2.4.1 Connecting to the broadcasting cable
2.4.2 Connecting to your television set . .
2.5 Switching on for the first time . . . . . . . .
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Service Search
3.1 Searching for broadcasting services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Resetting to factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preference Settings
4.1 Language settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1.1 Menu language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
1.1 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Controlling the digital receiver .
1.2.1 Front panel . . . . . . .
1.2.2 Remote control . . . . .
1.3 Subscription card information .
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Organising Services
6.1 Editing the services list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Editing the favourite lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1.2 Subtitle language . . . . .
4.1.3 Audio language . . . . . .
Video and audio settings . . . . .
4.2.1 Television standard . . . .
4.2.2 Television aspect ratio . .
4.2.3 Audio mode . . . . . . . .
4.2.4 Radio frequency output .
Local time setting . . . . . . . . .
Parental control . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the On-Screen Display
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Every Day Use
5.1 Volume control . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Watching television . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.1 The services list . . . . . . . . . .
5.2.2 The favourite service lists . . . .
5.2.3 Viewing programme information
5.2.4 Selecting audio tracks . . . . . .
5.2.5 Selecting subtitle tracks . . . . .
5.2.6 Viewing teletext . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Viewing electronic programme guide . .
5.4 Making timer events . . . . . . . . . . .
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A Universal Remote Control
A.1 TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A.2 VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A.3 DVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 1
Introduction
The CBC-5150 digital receiver is fully compliant with the international Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) standard, and thus
is able to receive digital broadcasts of that standard.
NOTE
In general we equate a channel with a frequency. However,
unlike analogue broadcasts, digital broadcasts are not all
assigned to their own frequencies; instead, multiple television broadcasts are transmitted through a single frequency.
The frequency in digital broadcasting is usually called transponder or multiplex. To reduce confusion in this manual,
the word service is preferably used than channel as a term
to indicate one television or radio broadcast.
1.1
Features
This digital receiver has the following features:
• Can store up to 2,000 television and radio services.
• You can edit the services list.
• Can create lists of your favourite services.
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• Can view information about the current television or radio programme.
• Has an electronic programme guide that provides an
overview of scheduled programmes.
1.2
Controlling the digital receiver
You can operate the digital receiver with the remote control or
the buttons on the front panel.
NOTE
When the digital receiver is off but plugged into a wall
socket, we say that it is in standby mode; on the other hand,
when it is on, it is in active mode. Even when you are not
using the digital receiver, you should keep it plugged into
a wall socket to be in standby mode so that it can run timer
events at any time.
1.2.1
Front panel
The front panel of the digital receiver has buttons to control
the digital receiver, specific lights and a display to indicate its
status. The following indicates what they mean.
button switches the digital receiver between standby mode
and active mode.
Front display shows the current time in standby mode, and
displays the current service in active mode.
STANDBY lightlights up while the digital receiver is in standby
mode.
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lightblinks every time you press a button on the remote
control.
CHANNEL
vice.
c, a buttons switch to the previous or next serYou have to insert your subscription
card into the front slot to watch pay
services. When you insert the subscription card, the side on which the chip is
mounted must face downward.
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1.2.2
Remote control
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button switches the digital receiver between standby
mode and active mode.
INPUT selects an input to your
television.
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TV switches the remote control
to television mode to operate
your television.
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VCR switches the remote con-
trol to VCR mode to operate
your video recorder.
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DVD switches the remote con-
trol to DVD mode to operate
your DVD player.
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STB switches the remote con-
trol to receiver mode to operate
the digital receiver.
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Numeric buttons are used to
enter a service number for service change or to specify values
for menu options.
switches over between the
current service and the previously viewed one.
FAV displays the favourite lists.
mutes the sound. Press again to switch it back on.
switches over between television services and radio
services.
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buttons decrease or increase the volume.
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buttons switch to the previous or next service.
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14 Navigation buttons are used to navigate in menus or to
change values for menu options.
.. 15 OK displays the services list. See §5.2.1 for more details.
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It is also used to select a menu item.
.. 16 MENU displays the main menu. It is also used to return to
the previous menu from a submenu.
.. 17 EXIT is used to exit a menu or to hide on-screen informa.
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GUIDE displays the electronic programme guide.
UHF displays the radio frequency setting menu. See §4.2.4
for more details.
.. 20 AUX is not used in this model.
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displays the service information box. It is also used to
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display more information about a programme.
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is used to select an audio track and a sound mode.
is used to select a subtitle track.
displays teletext.
is used to set a sleep timer in 10 minute increments.
is not used in this model.
pauses live television.
is not used in this model.
is not used in this model.
is not used in this model.
is not used in this model.
is not used in this model.
is not used in this model.
has different functions per menu.
is not used in this model.
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NOTE
When using the remote control, point it at the remote sensor
on the front panel of the digital receiver.
1.3
Subscription card information
With this digital receiver, you can view pay services scrambled
with the IRDETO conditional access system. Probably you
have a subscription card. If you would like to view information
in detail about your subscription card, select the Conditional
Access menu. There you can also check the messages from
the broadcasting operator.
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Chapter 2
Setup
2.1
Unpacking
Before going any further, check that you have received the following items with the digital receiver.
• Remote control unit
• Two batteries for the remote control (AAA 1.5 V)
• A copy of this user guide
NOTE
Accessories may vary according to your local area.
2.2
Safety precautions
Please read carefully the following safety precautions.
• The mains voltage must range between 90 and 250 volts.
Check it before plugging the digital receiver to the wall
socket. For the power consumption of the digital receiver, refer to Table 2.1.
• The wall socket should be near the equipment. Do not
run an extension lead to the unit.
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• The mains plug shall remain readily operable so that it
can be removed easily to disconnect the power.
• The digital receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing water, and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on it.
• Do not expose the digital receiver to any moisture. The
digital receiver is designed for indoor use only. Use dry
cloth to clean the digital receiver.
• Place the digital receiver on a firm and level surface.
• Do not place the digital receiver close to heat emitting
units or in direct sunlight, as this will impair cooling.
Do not lay any objects such as magazines on the digital receiver. When placed in a cabinet, make sure there
is a minimum space of 10 centimetres around it. For the
physical specification of the digital receiver, refer to Table 2.2.
• Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched.
If the cord is damaged, do not use the digital receiver and
get the cord replaced.
• Never open the digital receiver casing under any circumstances, or the warranty will be void.
• Refer all servicing to a qualified service technician.
Table 2.1: Power specification
Input voltage
Power consumption
90 to 250 V AC, 50/60 Hz
19 W at maximum in active
8 W in standby
Table 2.2: Physical specifications
Size
Weight
Operating temperature
Storage relative humidity
215× 46× 155 mm
1.2 kg
0 to 45 ◦C
5 to 90 %
2.3 Rear panel connections
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Rear panel connections
The CBC-5150 has the following connections on the back:
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1 CABLE IN Cable broadcasting signal input socket
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2 CABLE OUT Cable broadcasting signal output socket
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through the CABLE IN socket for another
digital receiver
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Composite video output socket for the television set (yellow)
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4 AUDIO L/R Stereo audio output socket for the television set or the audio-video receiver (white/red)
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Analogue television input socket
5 RF IN
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Analogue television output socket
6 RF OUT
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Table 2.3: Connectors specifications
VIDEO
AUDIO
RF OUT
Composite video (CVBS) output
Left & right audio output
NTSC, PAL
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2.4
2.4.1
Connecting up your digital receiver
Connecting to the broadcasting cable
Whatever sort of connection you have between
the digital receiver and the television, you need
to connect the digital receiver to the broadcasting cable so that it can receive digital television
broadcasts. Connect the broadcasting cable to
the CABLE IN connector. If you have another
digital receiver, you may link it from the CABLE OUT connector.
2.4.2
Connecting to your television set
You should configure audio and video settings after connecting up the digital receiver. See §4.2 for a detailed description.
To use the Composite video output
You need to obtain a Composite video cable
(RCA cable) to use the Composite video output. Plug one end of the cable into the VIDEO
(yellow) socket on the digital receiver, and
plug the other end into the matching socket
on your television.
To make the audio connection
You need to obtain an audio cable (RCA
cable) to link the audio connectors. Plug
one ends of the cable into the AUDIO L
(white) and AUDIO R (red) sockets on the
digital receiver, and plug the other ends into
the matching sockets on your television or
audio-video receiver.
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To use the RF output
If your television does not have any video and audio input, you will need to use the radio frequency output
from the digital receiver.
In this case, you will need to connect a cable from the RF OUT socket to the antenna
connector on your television. To ensure your
television can also pick up existing analogue
channels as well, you will need to connect a
cable from your television antenna to the RF
IN connector.
Tune your television set to channel 4 so that
you can see the output from the digital receiver.
2.5
Switching on for the first time
Now that you have your digital receiver connected, you should
plug it into a wall socket. Ensure that your television set is
turned on and on the correct video channel so that you will be
able to see the display from the digital receiver.
Before switching on the digital receiver, you should insert batteries into the remote control. Open the battery compartment
by removing the lid, and then insert the batteries observing the
polarity, which is marked on the base of the battery compartment.
Press the
button on the top left corner on the remote control. In a little time, you may see a picture displaying a menu.
If the picture is good, you can skip to §3.1 to search for available
television and radio services.
CAUTION
If the digital receiver no longer reacts properly to the remote
control commands, the batteries may be flat. Be sure to re-
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place only with 1.5 V AAA size batteries, and observe the
following precautions.
• Do not mix different types of batteries, or new and old
batteries.
• Do not use rechargeable batteries.
• Do not recharge the old batteries.
• In order to avoid any risk of explosion, observe the polarities indicated inside the battery compartment.
• Do not subject to excessive heat such as the sun and
fire.
• If you are not using the remote control for a long period of time, remove the batteries. The manufacturer
accepts no liability for the damage resulting from leaking batteries.
• Batteries, including those which contain no heavy
metals, may not be disposed with other household
wastes. Please dispose of used batteries in an environmentally sound manner. Find out the legal regulations
which apply in your area.
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Chapter 3
Service Search
After connecting up the digital receiver, you will need to perform a service search.
NOTE
If there is no service stored, you will be not able to access all
menus. A  is another name for a .
3.1
Searching for broadcasting services
To perform service search, select the Installation > Service
Search menu. You should see a
screen like the left figure.
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You should set the Search Mode option to Auto at the first
service search after installing the digital receiver. The digital
receiver will search all available services with the automatic
search mode within the frequency range from the frequency
of the Start Frequency option to the frequency of the End Frequency option. Symbol Rate stands for data transfer rate, and
QAM is a form of modulation used in digital broadcasting.
Broadcasting operators send their services in a symbol rate by
a modulation method. Perhaps you do not have to specify the
Symbol Rate and QAM Mode options since they are seldom
changed. However, you should set the QAM Mode option to
Auto for more certainty. You can specify the Start Frequency,
End Frequency and Symbol Rate options with the numeric
buttons if you want to change them.
If the digital receiver has failed to find every service you want
in a service search, you should set the Search Mode option to
Network. With this option, the digital receiver will check up
the up-to-date channel information as searching services, but
it takes rather longer time.
To search only one frequency, set the Search Mode option to
Manual and specify your desired frequency at the Frequency
option with the numeric buttons. In this case, you had better
set the Network Search option to On.
To start service search, move down to the Start Search item,
and press the OK button. The digital receiver will start to
search for services and display a list of television and radio
services as they are found. It is common for no channels to be
found until quite late in the process. When the scan is complete, you will see a message telling you how many services
have been found. Press the OK button to save the list.
3.2
Resetting to factory settings
The digital receiver maintains the following data:
• Services list
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• Favourite list
• Timer list
• Preference settings
You can reset all data of the digital receiver. Select the Installation > Factory Setting menu, and then you get asked for confirmation. With the choice of Yes, the services list, favourite list
and timer list will all be cleared, and preference options will
be reset to the manufacturer’s factory settings.
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Preference Settings
Chapter 4
Preference Settings
4.1
Language settings
You can select the language in
which the menu will be displayed. In addition to that, you
can select the language of audio
track and of subtitle track. Select
the System Setting > Language
Setting menu. You should see a
screen like the left figure.
4.1.1
Menu language
The digital receiver provides menus in several different languages. Set the Menu Language option to your desired language. Once you select a language, the menu will be immediately displayed in the selected language.
4.2 Video and audio settings
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Subtitle language
Set the Subtitle Language option to your desired language.
When you watch a programme, the subtitle track of the selected language will be displayed if available.
Apart from this setting, you can select a subtitle track with the
button. See §5.2.5 for a detailed description.
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Audio language
Set the Audio Language option to your desired language.
When you watch a programme, the audio track of the selected
language will be output if available.
Apart from this setting, you can select an audio track with the
button. See §5.2.4 for a detailed description.
4.2
Video and audio settings
You have to configure the video and
audio settings appropriately for your
television set and other devices. Select the System Setting > A/V Output Setting menu. You should see a
screen like the left figure.
4.2.1
Television standard
The digital receiver supports two television standards. One
is PAL standard, and the other is NTSC standard. PAL was
adopted in European countries while NTSC is adopted in USA,
Canada, Mexico and so forth. Refer to Table 4.1 for the television standard of your local area.
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If you have a PAL television, you have to set the TV Type option
to PAL. In this case, if you switch to a service of the NTSC standard, though it is unlikely to happen, the digital receiver will
display the pictures converted into the PAL standard. However, it is inevitable to lose a little picture quality. Likewise,
the contrary case brings about the same result.
The best thing is to watch PAL services with a PAL television
and to watch NTSC services with a NTSC television. However,
a multi television set is able to process both of them. So if you
have a multi television set, you should set the TV Type option
to Multi. Then the digital receiver will present pictures without
standard conversion.
4.2.2
Television aspect ratio
If you have a wide-screen television, set the TV Aspect Ratio
option to 16:9.
You can enjoy both wide-screen programmes and normalscreen programmes with your wide-screen television as the
above figures show. To watch normal-screen programmes
in full screen like the left figure, set the Display Format option
to Full. Normal-screen pictures then will be inflated to fit to
the width of the wide screen. Otherwise, to watch them in the
original ratio like the right figure, set it to Center. If you have
a normal-screen television, set the TV Aspect Ratio option to
4:3.
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You cannot fully enjoy wide-screen programmes with your
normal-screen television as the above figures show. The left
figure shows a normal picture displayed in the normal screen.
To watch wide-screen programmes in the shape like the centre figure, set the Display Format option to Letter Box. Widescreen pictures then will be reduced to fit to the width of the
normal screen. Otherwise, to watch them in the shape like the
right figure, set it to Center extract. Then wide-screen pictures
will be cut out on the left and right sides equally to fit to the
width of the normal screen.
4.2.3
Audio mode
Basically, there are two audio sources as you can find two audio
sockets on the back panel of the digital receiver. You can enjoy
only one source or both of them in either stereo or mono. Set
the Sound Mode option as you desire.
Apart from this setting, you can change the sound mode with
the
button. See §5.2.4 for a detailed description.
4.2.4
Radio frequency output
If you have connected your television to the RF OUT socket of
the digital receiver, you should configure the radio frequency
output. The digital receiver can make analogue television from
digital television and output it via the RF OUT socket.
Table 4.1: Television standards by country
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Signal type
Country
PAL G
Australia, Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Iran, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Yugoslavia
Hong Kong, Macao, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom
Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland
Bahamas, Belgium, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Fiji, Guam, Jamaica, Mexico,
Panama, Peru, United States, Venezuela
PAL I
PAL K
NTSC M
Set the RF Channel option to your desired channel number.
Then you have to retune your television set to the new channel
number.
4.3
Local time setting
You should set your local time for timer events.
Select the System Setting > Time
Setting menu. You should see a
screen like the left figure. You can
set the clock manually or use the
time signal, Greenwich Mean Time
(GMT), carried as part of the digital
television broadcast. To use Greenwich Mean Time, take the following
steps:
1 Set the Mode option to Auto, then the Time Offset option becomes enabled.
2 Set the Time Offset option to the time difference between
your time zone and GMT referring to Table 4.2.
3 Make sure that your local time is correctly displayed on the
Local Time item.
To set the local time manually, set the Mode option to Manual and enter your local time to the Local Time option with
the numeric buttons. The time format is day/month/year 24-
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hour:minute. To change the time format to 12-hour format, set
the Time Format option to 12-hour.
Table 4.2: Time offset table
4.4
Time offset
City
GMT − 12:00
GMT − 11:00
GMT − 10:00
GMT − 09:00
GMT − 08:00
GMT − 07:00
GMT − 06:00
GMT − 05:00
GMT − 04:00
GMT − 03:30
GMT − 03:00
GMT − 02:00
GMT − 01:00
GMT
GMT + 1:00
GMT + 2:00
GMT + 3:00
GMT + 3:30
GMT + 4:00
GMT + 4:30
GMT + 5:00
GMT + 5:30
GMT + 6:00
GMT + 7:00
GMT + 8:00
GMT + 9:00
GMT + 9:30
GMT + 10:00
GMT + 11:00
GMT + 12:00
Eniwetok, Kwajalein
Midway Island, Samoa
Hawaii
Alaska
Pacific Time US, Canada
Mountain Time US, Canada
Central Time US, Canada, Mexico City
Eastern Time US, Canada, Bogota, Lima
Atlantic Time Canada, La Paz
Newfoundland
Brazil, Georgetown, Buenos Aries
Mid-Atlantic
Azores, Cape Verde Islands
London, Lisbon, Casablanca
Paris, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid
South Africa, Kaliningrad
Baghdad, Riyadh, Moscow, St. Petersburg
Tehran
Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Baku, Tbilisi
Kabul
Ekaterinburg, Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, New Delhi
Almaty, Dhaka, Colombo
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
Beijing, Perth, Singapore, Hong Kong
Tokyo, Seoul, Osaka, Sapporo, Yakutsk
Adelaide, Darwin
Eastern Australia, Guam, Vladivostok
Magadan, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia
Fiji, Auckland, Wellington, Kamchatka
Parental control
In general, television programmes are classified according to
the level of violence, nudity and language of their content.
When you are watching a programme, you can check its
programme classification on the information box. For the
information box, see §5.2.3. You can prevent your children
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Preference Settings
from watching specific programmes by specifying a
maximum permissible level.
Select the System Setting >
Parental Control menu.
You
should see a screen like the
left figure, and you will be
asked your Personal Identification Number (PIN). The number
is initially set to ‘0000’ as default.
If you wish to block programmes for viewers aged 15 or
above, set the Censorship option to 15 (age). Setting it to No
block blocks no programme; on the other hand, setting it to
Total block blocks every programme.
NOTE
If a programme has no rating information, your censorship
setting will not take effect.
If anyone is trying to watch a programme that is of or above
the censorship setting, the person has to enter the personal
identification number to override. To change the number,
select the Change PIN Code menu, then a box pops up,
asking a new PIN. Enter a desired number twice for
confirmation.
You can also restrict uses of some menus. Selecting the
Access Control menu displays a list of menus that you can
lock. If the Time Setting item is set to Locked, you have to
enter the PIN when accessing the Time Setting menu. If you
enter a wrong number, you cannot use the menu. To release a
locked item, set it to Unlocked.
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4.5
Adjusting the On-Screen Display
You can adjust the transparency level of the On-Screen
Display (OSD). Select the System Setting menu and set the
OSD Transparency option as you desire. Its available range is
0 to 50 percent.
You can adjust the display time of the information box. For
the information box, see §5.2.3. To adjust its display time,
select the System Setting menu and set the Info Box Display
Time option as you desire. Its available range is 1 to 30
seconds. If you set this option to No Info Box, the information
box will not be displayed when you switch services.
However, pressing the
button will display the
information box. If you set this option to Never Hide, the
information box will always be displayed.
In addition, you can raise or lower the position of the
information box. Select the System Setting menu and set the
Info Box Position option as you desire. Its available range is
−10 to +3 lines. The higher you set the option, the lower the
information box will be positioned.
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Every Day Use
Chapter 5
Every Day Use
5.1
Volume control
Use the
and
buttons to alter the volume to a comfortable
level. You may need to adjust the volume on your television
set too. To temporarily switch off the sound, press the
button. Press it again to restore the sound to previous level.
5.2
Watching television
To change services, press the
or
button. Pressing the
button switches to the previously viewed service. In
addition, you can switch to your desired service by entering
its service number with the numeric buttons. You can also
select a service to watch in the services list.
5.2.1
The services list
To view the services list, press the OK button.
5.2 Watching television
25
On the services list, you can see
the service information as follows:
• Service number and name
• Multiplex information
A dollar sign ($) may be marked on some entries, indicating
pay service. To watch pay services, you need a subscription
card.
To select a desired service, put the highlight bar on its entry
with the
or
button and press the OK button, then the
selected service will be presented.
a c
Pressing the b or d button skips over 10 entries up or down.
Entering a service number with the numeric buttons puts the
highlight bar on its entry.
You can switch between the television services list and the
radio services list by pressing the
button.
Pressing the x (yellow) button performs an alphabetic
browse. For instance, when the highlight bar is on an entry of
which initial is B, pressing the x (yellow) button puts the
highlight bar on the first entry of which initial is C. To sort the
services list by service name, press the x (green) button.
Pressing this button once more makes it sorted by service
number.
Pressing the x (blue) button displays additional options,
with which you can do the following:
• By setting the Show Provider option to On, you can
view service entries by groups of broadcasters.
• To change the name of the highlighted service, select
the Rename option, then the on-screen keyboard
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appears, with which you can enter a new name. See
§6.3 as to how to use the on-screen keyboard.
• You can prevent other family members from watching
the highlighted service by setting the Lock option to
Locked. You have to enter your personal identification
number to watch or unlock it.
• To add the highlighted service into a favourite group,
select the Add to Fav option, then the favourite groups
will be displayed. Put the highlight bar on a desired
group and press the OK button.
• You can additionally sort the services list with the
Sorting option as follows:
Default by service number
Alphabetic by service name
FTA–CAS from free services to pay services
CAS–FTA from pay services to free services
Fav–NoFav from favourite services to unfavourite
services.
• To delete the highlighted service, select the Delete
option, then you get asked for confirmation. With the
choice of Yes, it will be deleted. If you want to restore it
as before, you have to perform service search again.
See §6.1 as to how to edit the services list.
5.2.2
The favourite service lists
You can select a service to watch on a favourite list as well as
on the services list.
5.2 Watching television
27
To display the favourite lists,
press the FAV button.
You
should see a screen like the left
figure. As you move the highlight bar up or down on the
favourite group list at the left
box, favourite services belonging to the highlighted group are
listed on the right box.
As to how to edit the favourite lists, refer to §6.2.
To select a favourite service, put the hightlight bar on a
desired group and press the
button; a highlight bar
appears on its favourite services list. Once you select a
desired service with the OK button, it will be presented.
Otherwise, to select other group, press the
button.
d
b
After you have selected a favourite service, if you then switch
to another service using the
or button, it will be also
another favourite service of the selected group. The digital
receiver will remind you what group you have selected by
displaying its name at the top right of the screen whenever
you switch services. If you wish to get out of the current
group, select the All services group on the favourite group
list.
a c
5.2.3
Viewing programme information
Pressing the
button displays the information box, on
which you can see all of the following:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Service number and name
Transponder information
Signal level and quality
Programme name
Programme classification sign
Programme summary
Broadcasting time
Current time
In addition, you might see the following symbols:
• Subtitle symbol ( ) if subtitle tracks are provided on
the current programme.
• Teletext symbol ( ) if teletext pages are provided on
the current service.
• Lock symbol ( ) if the current service is locked.
• Dollar symbol ($) if the current service is a pay service.
If the electronic programme guide is provided on the current
service, you can see the information about the current and
next programmes with the
or
button. To adjust the
sound volume at this time, hold down the
or button
until the sound bar appears and reaches your desired level.
b d
b d
Pressing the
button once more displays detailed
information about the current programme. To hide the
information box, press the EXIT button.
5.2.4
Selecting audio tracks
Some programmes are provided with audio tracks in one or
more languages. Pressing the
button displays available
audio tracks. Once you select an audio track, that track will
be heard. In addition, you can enjoy audio tracks in four
sound modes: Stereo, Mono, Left or Right.
5.3 Viewing electronic programme guide
5.2.5
29
Selecting subtitle tracks
Some programmes are provided with subtitle tracks in one or
more languages. If the current programme provides subtitle
tracks, the subtitle symbol ( ) will be marked on the
information box. Pressing the
button displays available
subtitle tracks. Once you select a subtitle track, it will be
displayed.
5.2.6
Viewing teletext
On some services, such information as weather reports, news
or stock quotations is provided by means of teletext. If the
current service provides teletext, the teletext symbol ( ) will
button to
be displayed on the information box. Press the
view teletext pages.
Select a page to view by entering its page number with the
numeric buttons. You can zoom into a teletext page with the
x (yellow) button, and adjust its transparency level with the
x (blue) button. To clear the teletext screen, press the EXIT button.
5.3
Viewing electronic programme guide
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) shows the current
and scheduled programmes that are or will be available on
each service with a short summary for each programme.
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Pressing the GUIDE button displays the electronic programme
guide, on which you can see the
following:
•
•
•
•
Scheduled programmes
programme summary
Broadcasting date
Broadcasting time
To see detailed information of a desired programme, put the
highlight bar on the programme with the
or
button and
press the
button. To switch to another service, press the
or
button.
c a
b d
You can travel over previous days with the x (green) button,
and can travel over next days with the x (yellow) button.
To see the programme guide for radio broadcasts, press the
button. To switch it back, press the
button again.
Pressing the x (red) button will rearrange the form,
swapping the columns and rows. To switch it back, press the
x (red) button again.
You can make a timer event on the electronic programme
guide as follows:
1 Select a service you want.
2 Press the GUIDE button to display its programme guide.
3 Select a programme you want with the OK button, then P
is marked up on the entry. At the same time, a timer event
with the selected programme will be made in the timer list.
Refer to §5.4 for the timer list.
4 To remove the marking, press the OK button once again.
5.4 Making timer events 31
5.4
Making timer events
You can make your desired service to be presented at a
specific time. Even if the digital receiver is in standby mode,
it will switch into active mode at a specified time. And it will
switch back into standby mode again after the specified
duration.
Select the Timer Setting menu,
then the timer list will be displayed.
To add a new timer
event, press the x (red) button, then an option box pops up.
Take the following steps:
1 If you want a radio programme, set the Type option to
Radio; otherwise, set it to TV.
2 Set the Service option to the service that provides the
programme you want. Pressing the OK button on this
option makes a services list pop up, in which you can select
your desired service.
3 There are five timer modes:
One Time means literally ‘one time.’
Every Day means literally ‘every day.’
Every Weekend means ‘Saturday and Sunday every week.’
Weekly means ‘one day every week.’
Every Weekday means ‘from Monday to Friday every
week.’
If your favourite programme is on the air at weekends and
you wish to watch every episode of the programme, set the
Mode option to Every Weekend.
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4 Set the Date option to a desired date, on which the digital
receiver will turn on. The date format is
day/month/year—day of the week.
Set the Start Time option to a desired time, at which the
digital receiver will turn on. The time format is hour:minute.
5 Set the Duration option to a desired time, in which the
digital receiver will turn off.
6 To save with the above settings, select the OK item
You can also edit or delete timer events in the timer list. To
edit a timer entry, put the highlight bar on the entry you want
and press OK button, then pops up the option box in which
you can change its settings in the same manner as making a
new one.
To delete a timer event, put the highlight bar on the entry you
want to remove and press the x (green) button, then you get
asked for confirmation. With the choice of Yes, it will be
deleted.
If you’ve made timer events from the electronic programme
guide, they will be also displayed in the timer list. In that
case, you can edit or delete them in the same manner
described above.
NOTE
Do not operate the digital receiver while it is working on a
timer event. If you press any key on the remote control or
on the front panel, it will not turn off automatically even
after the timer event is complete.
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Chapter 6
Organising Services
6.1
Editing the services list
You would have got the services list after service search. You
can rename, move, lock or delete service entries on the
services list.
Select the Organizing Svc/Fav >
Organizing Services menu. You
should see a screen like the left
figure. There are editing options
on the left column and service
entries on the right column.
Once you put the highlight bar on a desired option on the left
column and press the OK button, you can select a desired
service to edit on the right column. To go over to the other
column, press the x (red) button.
To edit the radio services list, press the
button, then radio
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Organising Services
service entries will be listed on the right column. To switch
back to the television services list, press it again.
To change the name of a service, select the Rename and select
a desired service; then the on-screen keyboard appears. See
§6.3 as to how to use the on-screen keyboard.
Unlike analogue broadcasts, each service does not have a
proper service number in digital broadcasts. Service numbers
are just assigned to services in the order that they were found
in service search. So you can reassign a service number by
moving a service entry. To move a service entry, select the
Move option and select a desired service; then the selected
service becomes darker. As you move it up or down, it gets
renumbered according to the position. Press the OK button
to fix it.
You can lock some services to prevent your children from
watching them. To lock a service, select the Lock option and
select a desired service; then the selected service gets marked
with a lock symbol ( ) on it. If anyone tries to watch a locked
service, the person has to enter the personal identification
number that is set to the Change PIN Code option. See §4.4
for this option. Pressing the OK button on a locked service
entry turns it back to be unlocked.
You can make some services hidden on the services list. To
hide a service entry, select the Skip option and select a
desired service entry; then the check symbol will be marked
on the selected service. To make a hidden service shown,
press the OK button on it.
To delete a service, select the Delete option and select a
desired service with the OK button, and then press the EXIT button; you get asked for confirmation. If you select Yes, the
selected service will be deleted. If you want to undo the
deleted service, there is nothing you can do but perform a
service search again.
Once you select the Sort option on the left column, sorting
options are displayed as follows:
6.2 Editing the favourite lists
35
Default by service number
Alphabetic by service name
FTA–CAS from free services to pay services
CAS–FTA from pay services to free services
Fav–NoFav from favourite services to unfavourite services
6.2
Editing the favourite lists
You can make your own favourite service lists. In fact, you
can define multiple favourite service lists, each being a
‘group’ of chosen services.
Select the Organizing Svc/Fav >
Organizing Favorites menu. You
should see a screen like the left
figure. There are three columns:
• Group list (left)
• Favourites list (centre)
• Services list (right)
The services list contains all available services, whereas the
favourites list contains only chosen services that have been
added to the highlighted group. As you move the highlight
bar up or down on the group list, favourite services belonging
to the highlighted group get shown in the favourites list.
You can add up to 30 groups. To add a new group, select the
NEW item in the group list, then the on-screen keyboard
appears. See §6.3 as to how to use the on-screen keyboard.
To rename a group, put the highlight bar on the group entry
you want and press the x (green) button, then the on-screen
keyboard likewise appears.
To delete a group, put the highlight bar on the group entry
you want and press the x (yellow) button, then a message
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box appears, asking you for confirmation. With the choice of
Yes, it will be deleted.
You can add a favourite service to a group by taking the
following steps:
1 Put the highlight bar on a desired group entry in the group
list and press the OK button to select it. The highlight bar
then moves to the services list.
2 To add a service to the selected group, put the highlight bar
on a desired service entry and press the OK button. The
selected service entry gets added to the favourite list.
Repeat this step to add more entries.
3 Press the x (red) button, and the highlight bar gets moved
to the favourite list. You can delete a favourite entry with
the OK button.
4 To select another group, press the x (red) button again,
then the highlight bar gets moved to each column.
Furthermore, you can rearrange a group’s favourites by
moving a favourite entry. To move a favourite entry, put the
highlight bar on the favourite entry you want and press the
x (green) button. Move it to a desired place and press the
OK button.
To add radio services, press the
button, then radio service
entries get listed in the services list. To recall the television
services list after adding radio services, press the
button
again.
As to how to use the favourite service lists you organised,
refer to §5.2.2.
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6.3
How to use on-screen keyboard
You can move the highlight key
horizontally with the
and
buttons and vertically with the
and
buttons. Pressing the
OK
button
on a key enters its let ter in the input line. To type a
space, select the Space key. To
type lower case letters or numerals, select the Other key.
b
a
d
c
To delete a letter, put the cursor to the right of the desired
letter on the input line and then select the Del key. You must
select the Save key to store the name; otherwise if you press
the EXIT button, the name will not be stored.
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Firmware Update
Chapter 7
Firmware Update
It is possible to update the firmware to the latest version over
the air. If a new version is available at any time, then a
message box pops up, asking you whether to start firmware
update. With the choice of Yes, you will be moved to the
System Software Upgrade menu, and the firmware update
will be started.
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Appendix A
Universal Remote Control
The universal remote control allows you to operate the most
important functions such as power on/off and volume
control on your television, video recorder, or DVD player. To
be able to control the device, you must adapt the remote
control to the device first.
Take the following steps:
1 Turn on the device you want to operate.
2 Point the remote control at the remote sensor on the device.
3 Hold down the device button you want to control until its
light flashes on.
4 Find the manufacturer of the device from the codes list.
5 Enter the three-digits code you have found for your device
and press the OK button, then the light blinks three times.
6 If you get no response to the remote control from the
device, repeat from the step 2.
If you cannot find a code for your device, do as follows:
1 Turn on the device you want to operate.
2 Point the remote control at the remote sensor on the device.
3 Hold down the device button you want to control until its
light flashes on.
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Universal Remote Control
4 Press the
button until the device turns off.
a
5 Press the OK button to save it, then the light blinks three
times.
A.1 TV
A.1
41
TV
. .
A
.
A MARK
000
CETRONIC
030
CHANGHONG
181 291
CITIZEN
009 010 016 018 030 042
044 051 086 096 139 166
168 173 210 248 264
CLAIRTONE
187
CLASSIC
030 181 291
ABEX
130 212
ADMIRAL
013 131 166 230 268
ADPECT
124
ADVENT
308
ADVENTURA
195
CLP
190
AIKO
009 248
CLP
CLASSIC 051 188 196
AIWA
213 228 245 265
COLOR VOICE
267
AKAI
014 198 292 341
COLORTYME
011 016 018 051 267
ALLERON
056 282
CONCERTO
016 051
AMARK
268
CONCIERGE
125
AMTRON
030
CONTEC
130 187
ANAM NATIONAL
015 030 205 311 322
CONTEC/CONY
005 006 007 030
AOC
016 017 187 204 018 019
051 140 141 169
CORNEA
051
CORONADO
000
APEX
181 215 229 291
CRAIG
030
ARCHER
268
CROSLEY
012 294
AUDIOVOX
030
CROWN
030
AXION
241 344
CTX
268
CURTIS MATHES
008 012 016 018 042 045
051 058 086 096 139 166
172 173 210 255 266 346
347
CXC
. .
030
DAEWOO
000 001 009 016 017 018
030 051 116 139 151 167
201 204 247 248 251 257
258 267 272 312 340 341
344 346
. .
B
.
BELCOR
016 051
BELL & HOWELL
013 042 058 166 266 347
BENQ
283 284 315
BRADFORD
030
BROKSONIC
016 032 168 182 200 278
309 344
BROKWOOD
016 051
D
.
. .
C
.
CANDLE
016 044 051 195
DAYTRON
016 018 051 139
CAPEHART
140
DELL
300 345
CARVER
012
DIAMOND VISION
256 277 297
CELEBRITY
014 292
DIGISTAR
211 224 240 328 345
CELERA
181
DIMENSIA
045 266 347
CENTRIOS
262
DISNEY
252
CENTURION
051
DUKANE
124 295
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DUMONT
016 051 125
GRUNDY
030 056 282
DURABRAND
121 168 198 239 244 264
344
GUESTVISION
. .
349
HAIER
229 239 244 283
HALLMARK
016 018 051
HARSPER
184 185
HARVARD
030
HISENSE
229 303 314
HITACHI
000 005 006 007 016 018
051 067 068 069 100 101
102 103 104 105 106 107
108 109 119 123 124 130
143 161 166 171 179 245
261 263 271 285 295
DYNASTY
030
DYNATECH
016
. .
E
.
ELECTROBAND
014 187 292
ELECTROHOME
002 003 311 014 015 016
018 051 198
ELEKTRA
166
ELITE VIDEO
242
EMERSON
000 004 005 016 018 020
021 022 023 024 025 026
027 028 029 030 031 032
033 034 035 036 037 038
039 042 051 056 058 114
139 142 143 167 168 178
188 198 205 206 207 216
231 233 245 258 263 264
269 270 278 280 281 282
325 344 346
ENVISION
016 018 051 191
. .
F
.
H
.
. .
I
.
ILO
254 334 353 354
IMA
030
INFINITY
012 294 335
INITIAL
353
INSIGNIA
168 224 231 240 244 264
317 319
INTEGRA
287
INTEQ
. .
125
J
.
FISHER
042 057 058 059 130 144
275
JANEIL
195
FUJITSU
056 242 282
JBL
012 294
FUNAI
030 056 231 245 264 282
JC PENNEY
FUTURETEC
030
003 006 008 010 016 017
018 041 044 045 051 055
060 061 064 078 086 095
096 117 130 132 139 189
204 210 235 237 266 269
293 347
JCB
292
JENSEN
016 018 051 319
JVC
005 006 007 046 047 048
061 068 128 129 130 133
158 178 218 242 271 285
342
. .
G
.
GATEWAY
220 GE 003 008 015 016
018 045 051 060 061 062
078 132 147 148 149 174
188 189 235 237 266 293
307 311 337 347
GIBRALTER
016 051 125
GOLDSTAR
000 002 005 016 017 018
051 055 064 120 125 127
130 139 204 245 272
GPX
203
. .
K
.
KAWASHO
014 016 018 051 292
A.1 TV
KAYPANI
140
KEC
000 030
KENWOOD
002 016 018 051
KLH
181
KLOSS NOVABEAM
030 049 065 195
KMC
000
KONKA
030 217 222 234 279 317
352
KTV
KURAZAI
43
MGA
002 003 016 017 018 051
052 053 059 130 204 275
282 285
MIDLAND
008 125 130 189 237 347
MIKEI
030
MINUTZ
293
MITSUBISHI
002 003 016 017 018 051
052 053 054 059 115 198
204 275 282 285 286
030 066 139 142 187 280
MONIVISION
219
166
MONTGOMERY WARD 013 166 266 347
. .
L
MOTEVA
042
MOTOROLA
015 131 268 311
.
LASONIC
256 277
MTC
LG
017 051 063 125 130 204
245 272
016 017 210 018 051 086
096 187 204
MULTITECH
030
241 253 344
MULTIVISION
076
LODGENET
166 266 305 347
306
LOEWE
289 294
MYRON & DAVIS
. .
LOGIK
013 166 266 347
NAD
LUCE
208
018 040 041 051 086 134
171 212
LUXMAN
016 018 051
NEC
LXI
008 012 018 040 041 042
045 051 058 086 132 237
245 266 294 347
011 015 267 285 016 287
017 311 018 051 075 204
NET TV
194 220
NEXXTECH
240 333
NIKKO
009 018 051 248
NORCENT
221 229 312
NTC
. .
248
OLEVIA
051
ONCOMMAND
349
ONKING
030
ONWA
030
OPTIMUS
134 138 171 199 212 290
OPTOMA
327
OPTONICA
075 131 268
ORION
. .
032 125 168 206
PANASONIC
015 061 246 290 066 294
138 311 152 175 189 199
LIQUIDVIDEO
. .
M
N
.
.
MAGNASONIC
282
MAGNAVOX
000 002 010 012 016 018
043 044 046 049 050 051
065 079 110 111 112 230
231 285 294 335 349
MAJESTIC
013 166 266 347
MARANTZ
012 016 018 051 067 287
294
MEDION
252 254 324
MEGATRON
018 051 067 124
MEI
187
O
.
P
.
MEMOREX
013 017 018 042 051 056
058 166 168 200 266 278
282 347
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Universal Remote Control
PHILCO
000 002 005 010 012 015
016 017 018 043 044 046
049 050 051 065 204 285
294 311 349
PHILIPS
000 002 044 046 079 196
285 294 005 049 214 311
010 051 231 335 012 065
235 338 015 070 243 344
016 077 264 345 043 078
276 349
PHILIPS-MAGNAVOX 230 243 294 335 338 349
RCA
REALISTIC
RHAPSODY
RUNCO
. .
S
.
PILOT
016 051
PIONEER
016 018 051 071 072 134
143 171 212 263 273 287
295
PIVA
326
POLAROID
303 319 321
PORTLAND
000 009 016 017 018 051
139 204 248 251 346
PRECISION
226
PRICE CLUB
096 210
PRIMA
211 224 240 328
SAMPO
SAMSUNG
SAMSUX
SAMTRON
SANSUI
SANTECA
SANYO
PRINCETON GRAPHICS 260 268
PRISM
061 189
PROSCAN
008 045 132 237 266 301
336 347
SCOTCH
SCOTT
PROTON
005 016 018 051 073 140
227 304 316
SEARS
PROVIEW
354
PULSAR
016 051 125
. .
Q
.
QUASAR
015 061 066 074 138 175
189 199 290 294 311
SELECTRON
SHARP
. .
R
.
RADIO SHACK
002 008 015 016 017 018
019 045 051 090 091 092
093 094 099 118 132 135
136 143 148 153 162 167
172 176 180 189 192 204
237 263 266 288 301 307
311 336 337 347 351
042 051 058 138 245 266
281 337 347
187
125 287
042 051 058 138 245 266
281 307 337 347
RADIO SHACK/REALISTIC 005 016 018 030 042
045 058 075 130 139
SHOGUN
SIGNATURE
SIMPSON
SONIC
016 018 051 130 139 140
186 194 220
000 002 005 008 016 017
018 051 086 095 096 097
130 139 151 163 204 209
210 223 232 255 272 302
310 339 341
051
210
168 200 278
197
016 042 051 053 057 058
085 098 130 137 144 236
250 275
051
005 016 018 020 021 030
032 051 056 206 282
000 002 006 007 008 012
016 018 040 041 042 045
047 051 056 057 058 059
086 087 130 132 144 160
200 210 231 237 259 264
266 275 282 294 298 347
330 331 332
000 005 016 018 023 026
033 051 075 080 088 089
113 131 139 230 259 268
299 313 318
016 051
004 013 166 266 347
044
187
A.1 TV
SONY
45
014 150 343 350 157 159
164 170 177 292
THOMSON
154
TMK
016 051
SOUNDESIGN
010 016 018 030 044 051
056 282
TOSHIBA
SPECTRAVISION
323
SQUAREVIEW
264
040 041 042 058 075 082
083 086 096 130 138 145
146 155 156 183 200 202
210 238 255 274 285 287
SSS
016 030 051
TOTEVISION
139
STARLITE
030
TRUTCH
329
STARSIGHT
190
SUPERSCAN
231 259 298
SUPERSONIC
203
SUPRA
051 296
SUPREMACY
195
SUPREME
292
SVA
229
SYLVANIA
002 010 012 016 018 043
044 046 049 050 051 065
079 081 146 168 231 245
264 285 294 348 349
SYMPHONIC
020 030 056 160 231 245
264
SYNTAX
051
. .
U
.
UNIVERSAL
.
VICTOR
271
VIDIKRON
012
VIDTECH
016 051 204
VIEWSONIC
220 295
VIKING
195
VIZIO
283
. .
W
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WARDS
000 002 012 013 016 017
018 020 021 043 044 045
046 049 051 056 060 065
075 078 079 084 166 204
235 266 282 293 294 347
WESTINGHOUSE
193 320
. .
T
.
TANDY
131 268
TASHIKO
041
TATUNG
015 254 283 311
TECHNICS
061 189
TECHWOOD
016 018 051 061 189
TEKNIKA
000 005 016 017 096 130
210 248 006 018 138 266
007 030 139 282 009 044
166 347 010 051 175 012
056 195 013 086 204
TELECAPTION
082 238
TELERENT
166 266 347
TERA
016 051 227
TEVION
254
060 078 235 293
. .
V
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 225 245 251 272 346
. .
Y
.
YAMAHA
002 016 017 018 051 138
204
. .
Z
.
ZENITH
004 013 125 126 245 248
344 016 140 251 033 165
255 051 166 258 121 168
278 122 190 335 124 230
342
46
Universal Remote Control
A.2
VCR
. .
J
. .
A
.
.
AIWA
049
JCL
028
AKAI
061 063
JCPENNY
000 006 028 045 054
AMPRO
044
000 028 055 070 078
ANAM
025 026 027 028
JVC
. .
AUDIO DYNAMICS
000
KENWOOD
. .
048 055 055
. .
C
K
.
L
.
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CANON
028
LG
000 001 002 003 004 045
CAPEHART
018
001 003 010 045
CRAIG
006 064
LXI
. .
CURTIS MATHES
008 009 028
MAGIN
006
MAGNAVOX
008 009 028 057 068 072
MARANTZ
000 028 057 073 076
MARTA
003
MEI
028
MEMOREX
003 006 028 044 053 075
MGA
043 047 069
. .
D
.
DAEWOO
010 013 016 017 018 019
020 021 022 023 024 026
033 075 077
M
.
DAYTRON
018
DBX
000
MINOLTA
001 002 045
DYNATECH
053
MITSUBISHI
002 043 045 047 050 051
052 053
MTC
. .
006
043
NEC
. .
000 054 055
OPTONICA
. .
053
PANASONIC
027 028 056
PENNEY
000 001 054
PENTAX
001 002 028 045
PHILCO
028 057
. .
E
.
ELECTROHOME
N
.
EMERSON
003 008 066 067 009 068
010 028 041 062 065
. .
F
O
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FISHER
075
P
.
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G
.
GE
008 009 028 044
. .
H
.
HARMAN KARDON
000 047 069
PHILIPS
003 028 057 058 059
HITACHI
001 002 045 046 047 048
PILOT
003
PIONEER
045 055 060
PORTLAND
018
PULSAR
044
. .
I
.
INSTANTREPLAY
028
A.2 VCR 47
. .
Q
.
QUASAR
028 074
. .
R
TANDY
075
TECHNICS
027 028
TEKNIKA
003 028
TMK
062
.
RCA
001 002 006 008 009 028
045 071
TOSHIBA
010 013 041 042 043 045
048
REALISTIC
003 006 028 053 075
TOTEVISION
003 006
RICO
035
RUNCO
044
. .
S
.
UNITECH
.
SAMSUNG
. .
U
005 006 007 008 009 010
011 012 013 014 015 032
041 061
006
. .
V
.
VECTOR RESEARCH 000 054
VICTOR
055
006 017 075
VIDEO CONCEPTS
000 054
SCOTT
010 013 041
VIDEOSONIC
006
SEARS
001 002 003 010 028 042
045 075
SHARP
028
SONY
028 030 037 038 031 039
032 040 033 034 035 036
STS
001 045
SYLVANIA
028 043 057
SANSUI
SANYO
055 064
.
WARDS
001 006 053 008 009 010
028 041 045
. .
Y
.
YAMAHA
000
. .
Z
. .
T
.
.
TAEKWANG
. .
W
029
ZENITH
003 030 033 035 044 055
48
Universal Remote Control
A.3
DVD
. .
A
. .
E
.
.
AFREEY
068
ELTA
106 119
AIWA
000 019
EMERSON
030 034 038 039 126
AKAI
117 119
133
ALLEGRO
099 100
ESA
. .
ALPINE
001
AMES
023
FISHER
020 040
AMW
139
034 039 126
APEX
004 006 125 008 009 084
105
FUNAI
. .
GE
002 041 048 084
GO VIDEO
018 023 141 094 097 100
107
. .
B
.
F
.
G
.
BLAUPUNKT
003 041 084
GOLDSTAR
030
BODYSONIC
068
GPX
049 111 132
BOSE
093
GRADIENTE
056
BROKSONIC
007 101 104 144
GREENHILL
. .
084
. .
C
H
.
.
CINEVISION
030
HAIER
121
CLARION
022
HARMAN KARDON
136
CLASSIC
023
HITACHI
018 042 043 050 051 148
COBY
006 108 130 131 142
006
CONCEPT
084
HITEKER
. .
CRITERION
150
CYBERHOME
115
ILO
084
INFINITY
068
INITIAL
084
INSIGNIA
030 084 126
INTEGRA
. .
052
JBL
136
JVC
014 029 032 095 113
JWIN
. .
120
CYTRON
035 147
. .
D
.
DAEWOO
010
DENON
005 011 036 037
DENZEL
148
DIAMOND VISION
128
DIGITREX
006
DIGIX
110
I
.
J
.
K
.
DISNEY
034
DUAL
035 103 133 138 148
KAWASAKI
122
DURABRAND
030 035
KENWOOD
033 036
DVD
2000 015
KISS
148
A.3 DVD 49
KLH
KONKA
KOSS
KXD
. .
084 129
024 017
056 147
108
LENOXX
LG
. .
119
030
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MEDION
MEMOREX
MERIDIAN
MICROSOFT
MINTEK
MITSUBISHI
MUSTEK
MYRON & DAVIS
. .
013 026 034 126
013 030
035 128
035
013
002
044 084
015
023
010
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NESA
NEXXTECH
NORCENT
. .
O
030 038 086
045
010 084
010 110 112 133
046 047 131 140
ONKYO
ORION
ORITRON
. .
052 123
104
056 081
. .
R
.
RCA
ROTEL
. .
002 003 067 084 092 096
014
SAMPO
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SEARS
SEG
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SHINCO
SHINSONIC
SONIC BLUE
SONY
068
018 069 070 071 097 107
072 104 144
020 073 098
104 126
148
074 075
076 118
084
084
141
012 021 027 062 063 064
065 066 124 146 147
080
126
111
126
034 039 126
034 126
S
.
L
.
M
.
N
.
.
P
SOUNDSTORM
SUPERSCAN
SUPERSONIC
SV2000
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
. .
T
.
TEAC
TECHNICS
TECHWOOD
TEVION
TOSHIBA
.
PACIFIC
PANASONIC
035
025 036 053 054 055 059
060 061 114 127 135 137
PHILIPS
013 026 031 034 056 126
PHILIPS-MAGNAVOX 013
PIONEER
016 057 145 058 077 078
134
POLAROID
116 143
POLK AUDIO
013
PROLINE
056
PROSCAN
002 079
PROSONIC
131
PYLE
080
. .
Q
.
QWESTAR
080 081
084
036 085
086
035 138 147 150
013 028 104 109 087 088
089 102
. .
W
.
WHARFEDALE
068
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 034
. .
X
.
X-BOX
XENIUS
. .
002
147
YAMAHA
YAMAKAWA
. .
036 082 090 091
046 148 149
ZENITH
030 083 099
Y
.
Z
.
50
INDEX
Index
4:3, 18
12-hour, 21
16:9, 18
A
A/V Output Setting, 17
Access Control, 22
Add to Fav, 26
Alphabetic, 26, 35
AUDIO L, 10
AUDIO L/R, 9
Audio Language, 17
AUDIO R, 10
Auto, 14
B
Button, 4
C
CABLE IN, 9, 10
CABLE OUT, 9, 10
CAS–FTA, 26, 35
Censorship, 22
Center, 18
Center extract, 19
Change PIN Code, 22
Conditional Access, 6
D
Date, 32
Default, 26, 35
Delete, 26, 34
Display Format, 18, 19
Duration, 32
DVB, 1
E
Electronic Programme Guide,
29
End Frequency, 14
EPG, 29
Every Day, 31
Every Weekday, 31
Every Weekend, 31
F
Factory Setting, 15
Fav–NoFav, 26, 35
Frequency, 14
FTA–CAS, 26, 35
Full, 18
G
GMT, 20
INDEX
I
Info Box Display Time, 23
Info Box Position, 23
information box, 27
IRDETO, 6
K
keyboard, 37
L
Language Setting, 16
Letter Box, 19
Local Time, 20
Lock, 26, 34
M
Manual, 14
Menu Language, 16
Mode, 20, 31
mono, 19
Move, 34
multiplex, 1
N
Network, 14
Network Search, 14
NEW, 35
No block, 22
normal-screen television, 18
NTSC, 17
O
One Time, 31
Organizing Favorites, 35
Organizing Services, 33
OSD Transparency, 23
P
PAL, 17
51
Parental Control, 22
PIN, 22
Q
QAM, 14
QAM Mode, 14
R
Radio, 31
radio services list, 33
Rename, 25, 34
RF Channel, 20
RF IN, 9, 11
RF OUT, 9, 11, 19
S
Search Mode, 14
Service, 31
Service Search, 13
services list, 24
Show Provider, 25
Skip, 34
Sort, 34
Sorting, 26
Sound Mode, 19
Start Frequency, 14
Start Search, 14
Start Time, 32
stereo, 19
subtitle, 29
Subtitle Language, 17
Symbol Rate, 14
System Setting, 23
System Software Upgrade, 38
T
teletext, 29
television services list, 34
52
INDEX
Time Format, 21
Time Offset, 20
Time Setting, 20, 22
timer list, 31
Timer Setting, 31
Total block, 22
transponder, 1
TV, 31
TV Aspect Ratio, 18
TV Type, 18
Type, 31
V
VIDEO, 9, 10
W
Weekly, 31
wide-screen television, 18
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