Wintal STB1HD System information

Table of Contents
I. General Information........................................................................................... 3
1. Preface ............................................................................................................ 3
2. Main Features ................................................................................................. 3
3. For Your Safety ............................................................................................... 4
4. Front Panel...................................................................................................... 4
5. Rear Panel ...................................................................................................... 5
6. Remote Control Unit........................................................................................ 6
II. Connection and Installation............................................................................. 9
1. System Connection ......................................................................................... 9
2. Quick Installation........................................................................................... 10
III. Main Menu ...................................................................................................... 12
1. Installation ..................................................................................................... 12
1.1 Auto Search............................................................................................. 12
1.2 Manual Search ........................................................................................ 13
1.3 Channel Edit............................................................................................ 13
1.4 Factory Default ........................................................................................ 14
2. Program Guide.............................................................................................. 15
3. Program Manage .......................................................................................... 15
3.1 Program Edit ........................................................................................... 15
3.2 Favorite Edit ............................................................................................ 16
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4. Program Select ............................................................................................. 17
5. System Setting .............................................................................................. 17
5.1 Common Setup ............................................................................................17
5.2 Time Zone Adjust .........................................................................................17
5.3 System Information ......................................................................................17
6. Shortcut Key Explanation.............................................................................. 18
IV. Technical Specification ................................................................................. 20
V. Trouble Shooting ............................................................................................ 21
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I. General Information
1. Preface
This High definition television set-top receiver is designed to pick up free-to-air
digital broadcasts. It is fully compliant with the MPEG-2 and DVB-T standards. This
unit can receive digital terrestrial TV signals transmitted at the rate of
3.7~23.8Mb/S on specific frequencies within the VHF or UHF band. The unit also
provides a high quality digital video and audio connection, HDMI.
2. Main Features
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Fully DVB-T & MPEG-2 compliant
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Digital Reception covers VHF & UHF band
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Multi Bandwidth selection: 6M & 7M & 8M
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Multi demodulation selection: QPSK,QAM16, QAM64
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MPEG-2 HD/SD decoding (MP@HL/ML)
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Dolby AC-3 or MPEG-1 audio decoding
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Down-mixes 5.1 AC3 to two channels encoded with Dolby Prologic Surround
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YPbPr Output: supporting 1080i (high quality video output)
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VGA output: supporting 1080i (high quality video output)
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HMDI output: supporting 1080i (highest quality output- recommended where
available)
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CVBS output: PAL (low quality video output –not recommended)
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Conversion between SD programs and HD programs
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Teletext (OSD output)
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Subtitle (OSD output)
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Aspect ratio: 4:3/16:9
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Dolby 5.1 channel or PCM digital audio output (Bitstream)
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Electronic program guide (EPG)
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Software upgrade via RS232
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32 bits true color on screen display (OSD)
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Channel and Program editor
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3. For Your Safety
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Allow clear space around the receiver for sufficient ventilation
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Do not cover the receiver ventilation slots or place it on a unit that emits heat
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Use a soft cloth and mild washing solution to clean the case
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Do not connect or modify cables when the receiver is plugged in
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Do not remove the cover
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Do not allow the unit to be exposed to extreme heat, cold or humid conditions
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Never allow liquids, spray or other materials to come into contact with the
circuit boards inside.
4. Front Panel
STANDBY: Press to turn the receiver on/off.
CH : Press to adjust the volume when watching a program, or move the cursor left
or right in the menu
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5. Rear Panel
LOOP OUT: RF output to other tuners, such as your TV’s antenna input
ANT IN: Connect to terrestrial antenna
HDMI OUT: HDMI audio/video output, connect to TV (recommended if
available)
S-VIDEO: Standard definition video output, connect to the TV or VCR (low
quality, not recommended unless necessary)
R-AUDIO/L-AUDIO: stereo audio output, connect to TV or audio amplifier
using RCA jack
CVBS: standard definition video output, connect to TV video input (low quality,
not recommended unless necessary)
VGA OUT: VGA video output available in high definition
S/P DIF: Digital audio output for connection to a Hi-Fi system (recommended
where available)
RS232: Connect to a PC for software upgrade
Y
Pr
Pb Component video output for in high definition signal output
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6. Remote Control Unit
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Keys specification
Press to turn the receiver on/off
Select a channel or to enter a number in menus
Switch back to previous channel.
Call the main menu, close current window and return to viewing.
Return to the previous menu screen or exit main menu.
Move cursor up / change channel up
Move cursor down / change channel down
Move cursor left or right / turn volume down or up.
Press to display the program guide
Cycle through different screen sizes to match your screen type
Press to display the audio language menu
Press to display the picture adjust menu
Used to move programs in the edit programs menu
Mute / unmute sound.
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Press to display information about current channel
Press to switch between teletext / closed caption and normal
modes
Move up one page within menus
Move down one page within menus
Confirm / save results in menu / call program list
Display the favorites list
Pause / unpause picture
Switch between audio modes: left, right, mix and stereo
Press to select the output mode (video out)
Press to adjust the output resolution
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II. Connection and Installation
1. System Connection
Make sure the Power, Terrestrial Antenna, TV and other relevant equipment are
connected properly before continuing.
There are five different methods to transmit picture from the STB to your TV. You
will only need to connect one. It is advised to use the best quality connection that
your television supports (best being HDMI)
Video methods are listed in order of quality below, with 5 being the highest quality.
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Connect the appropriate video lead from the STB to the TV, taking note of the AV
input used on the television (AV1, AV2, HDMI etc) as you will need to select this
input on your TV later. Consult your TV manual for more information.
Sound
With all video connections except HDMI, an audio connection must also be made.
Connect L-Audio and R-Audio using the red and white audio leads to your TV or
amplifier.
For better sound quality using digital audio, connect the STB to an amplifier or TV
using a TOSLINK optical audio lead.
2. Quick Installation
STEP1: Check connections
Prior to powering up the receiver, ensure that all cabling is correctly connected as
explained in system connections.
STEP2: Adjust TV set
Turn on the television and select the appropriate video input mode (AV1, AV2,
HDMI etc) on the television. Consult your TV manual for more information.
STEP3: Power up
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Turn on the receiver using the ON /OFF switch on the back panel of your receiver.
Then, press the standby button on the front panel. The startup on-screen display
(OSD) will be shown on the TV screen. The startup OSD will remain for several
seconds and then disappear.
STEP4: Search for programs
1. The STB needs to perform a scan to determine where the channels are.
Press Menu to display the Main Menu. Use
keys to select Installation and
press OK, select the Installation menu. The unit has two methods to search for
programs: Auto Search and Manual Search.
To start with, we’ll use Auto Search. Move cursor to Auto Search and press OK,
the system will search for programs automatically. This should take a few minutes.
After searching, found programs will be added to the TV program list. If you know
the frequencies of certain channels, you can add them manually. For more details,
please refer to 1. Installation in Section III.
STEP5: Select program
Press OK to call up a program list. Use
to select the desired program and
press OK key to view in full-screen.
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III. Main Menu
While not already in a menu, pressing MENU will call the Main Menu.
This menu consists of five items as shown below.
Installation
Program Guide
Program Manage
Program Select
System Setting
Use
to move up or down from one item to another. Press OK to select a
sub-menu
To escape the menu system at anytime, press EXIT on the remote.
1. Installation
The unit uses two methods to search for programs: Auto Search and Manual
Search. The Channel List determines what will be searched in those two windows,
so it is important to edit channel in Channel Edit window.
1.1 Auto Search
For beginners, Auto Search is the best choice. Use
to select Auto
Search in the Installation menu. Press OK to enter the Auto Search sub
menu. The unit will search for programs automatically. After searching, found
programs will be added to the program list.
During autosearch, you can press EXIT key to stop or press OK key to skip. Press
EXIT key again to exit from this window.
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1.2 Manual Search
You can set parameters in Manual Search window if you are familiar with station
frequencies. In this mode, channels can be tuned in by hand.
to select the channel number you wish to edit
Channel No.: Press
Frequency: This value will vary according to channel, however, to adjust, use the
number keys to enter in a different frequency.
to choose 6M, 7M or 8M. (7M is standard)
Bandwidth: Press
At the bottom of this window, there are two dynamic colour bars reflecting the
signal’s quality and strength.
Press OK key to start searching. Upon a successful search, the unit will store
the newly found station as a program. During this process, you can press EXIT
to finish.
Note: this function is for advanced users.
1.3 Channel Edit
Select Channel Edit item in the Installation menu and press OK. The Channel
Edit window will be displayed. From here, new channels can be added and the
existing ones can be edited or deleted.
You can use the color keys on the REMOTE to execute the corresponding
commands displayed at the bottom of the screen:
Add (Red key)
Delete (Green key)
Modify (Yellow key)
Add
The Add Channel window allows you to enter necessary parameters for a new
channel.
Frequency: You can input values referring to above.
Bandwidth: Press
keys to choice 6M, 7M or 8M.
Transmission Mode: You have a choice of 2K, 8K and Auto. Press
to
select appropriate mode.
Guard Interval: Available options are: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32 and Auto. Press
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to select appropriate value. Press OK key to confirm and exit from the Add
Channel window. If successful, you will find the new channel has been added to
end of the list.
Note: this function is for advanced users.
Delete
This command allows you to delete one or more unwanted channels. Select the
channel you want to delete and press green key on the REMOTE, You will find the
channel have been deleted from the channel list.
Modify
Select the channel you want to edit, then press the yellow key to display Modify
Channel window. The operations are the same as “Add”.
1.4 Factory Default
In the Installation menu, move the cursor to Factory Default and press OK, a
warning message box will be displayed on the screen, press OK key to restore the
factory default condition.
Note: After restoring factory defaults, all programs you have searched will
be erased and all parameters will return to the factory default shipping
condition. This information cannot be restored, so only use when necessary.
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2. Program Guide
Move the cursor to Program Guide and press OK to enter the Program Guide
sub-menu. You can also enter this window by pressing EPG on the REMOTE
under non-menu mode.
In Program Guide, use
future programs (EPG), and
to move cursor between TV program List and
keys to move up or down in each list. Move the
cursor to desired EPG and press OK, a text box will appear for a more detailed
explanation of the program.
Press the Green key to enter into the program schedule window
Press EXIT key to return to Main Menu.
3. Program Manage
In Main Menu, select Program Manage and press OK to enter.
3.1 Program Edit
You can use the color keys on the REMOTE to execute the corresponding
commands displayed at the bottom of the screen:
Delete (Red key)
move (green key)
Rename (blue key)
Delete
This command allows you to delete one or more unwanted programs permanently.
First select the program you want to delete and press red key on the REMOTE,
You will find the channel has been deleted from the channel list.
Move
Use
to select a program you want to move and press the green key on the
REMOTE. A double-pointed arrow pointing up and down will be displayed next to
the selected program. You can press
keys to move this program to where
you want to relocate to. Press the green key again to confirm new location.
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Rename
Press the blue key on the REMOTE to pop up a keypad window where you can
rename the program.
In this keypad window, select your required character by using direction key on the
REMOTE and press OK. To switch between capitalization and lowercase, please
select Caps On and press OK key on the REMOTE. Back command allows you to
erase unwanted characters in the title bar. When finished, select OK.
3.2 Favorite Edit
You can define and modify channels to be added to a favorites list for easy access.
keys are used to switch among the three columns, and
keys are used
to select items in each column.
How to define a favourite group
Press the red key on the REMOTE, and will pop up a keypad window where you
can define a favorite group name. This keypad is used as in the rename function,
above. (3.1)
How to modify a favourite group
In the FAV column, use
to select what you want to modify and press yellow.
How to delete a favourite group
In the FAV column, the selected favorite group will be deleted from the list as soon
as green is pressed.
How to add programs into a favourite group
Select one favorite group in the favourite (FAV) column, then move the cursor to
the Programs column. In Programs column, select programs to add to your
favourite group and press OK, these programs will be added into your favourite
group and shown in the selected column.
If you want to deselect programs in your favorite group, move the cursor to the
program and press OK, this designated program will disappear in selected column
and will be shown in the Programs column.
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4. Program Select
In the Main Menu, use
to select Program Select and press OK. From here,
the default mode is “TV” mode. In program list,
are used to select the
desired program and press OK to view this channel in full screen.
5. System Setting
In the Main Menu, use
to select System Setting and press OK to enter the
System Setting menu.
5.1 Common Setup
Transparency: Menu transparency ranges from 0% to 20% by step 5%.
Banner Time: Whenever a new channel is selected, an Info bar appears
momentarily at the bottom of the screen. This setting is provided to set the display
duration of the Info bar.
Decoder: Press
keys to select between MPEG and AC3.
press OK or EXIT key to save and exit.
5.2 Time Zone Adjust
Use
to select your city. Use
to select between “Daylight Saving On”
and “Daylight Saving Off” Press OK or EXIT key to save and exit.
5.3 System Information
From here, you can get not only the information about the hardware and software,
but also IRD Type and Release date, etc.
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6. Shortcut Key Explanation
In normal view mode, you can access functions by pressing special keys on the
REMOTE. These keys will be explained as follows:
1. Program List
Pressing OK or FAV on the REMOTE will display the Program List window. Press
FAV again or
keys to switch among favorite groups that you have defined
(refer to Favorite Edit).
are used to select the program that you want to
watch and OK to view in full screen.
2.
Teletext/Closed caption
Where available, you can press
on the REMOTE to enter Ttx/CC, use
to
select Teletext or Closed Caption and press OK key to enter. Press EXIT to finish.
Note TeleText is usually accessed from channel 7.
3. Information
When watching a channel, press
to switch channel, or press INFO for a
simple EPG banner that includes program information. A SD or HD mark will
display at top-right corner denoting resolution of broadcast program.
By pressing INFO again, a more detailed textbox appears showing more details
about the current program.
Press INFO once again to return to normal viewing.
Press EXIT key to exit from this banner at anytime.
4. Pause
When watching a program, the picture on the screen will be paused as soon as
key is pressed. Press
key again to reactivate it.
5. EPG
Press EPG on the REMOTE to enter the Program Guide directly. For operation,
refer to Program Guide.
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6. Audio
Press Audio to switch between the Subtitle Language and Audio Language
window. Note that the available selections in both audio and subtitle language
window depend on the broadcast. Use
to select the appropriate language
and press OK key to confirm.
7. Audio R/L
Press
key to switch among Left, Right, Stereo and Mix modes. Select the
best audio channel output for the current program.
8. MUTE
By pressing
key on the REMOTE, the volume will mute temporarily and MUTE
mark will be displayed on the up-right corner. The volume will be restored by
pressing
key again.
9. Aspect Ratio
Use ASPECT to select desired television screen output format between 16:9 Full
Screen, 4:3 LetterBox, and 4:3 Full Screen. Continuously press this button to
toggle through the different modes.
10. Output Mode (Yellow Key)
Use the Yellow key to select output mode among, VGA and YPbPr. Continuously
press this button to toggle through the different mode.
11. Video Resolution (Blue Key)
Excluding viewing in SD modes, use the Blue key to select output definition
among 576P, Auto, 720P and 1080I. Continuously press this button to toggle
through the different modes. (Check to see what resolutions your screen will
accept as we recommend running the unit at the max input resolution of your
screen, not above)
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IV. Technical Specification
Tuner
Input frequency
147 ~ 862MHz UHF&VHF(IEC Female Connector)
Input level
-80 ~ -20 dBmV
Input impedance
75Ω
Channel Decoding
Standard
DVB-T EN300 744
Demodulation
QPSK, QAM16, QAM64
Code rate
1/2, 2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8
Demultiplexer
Standard
ISO/IEC 13818-1
Input max.bit stream rate
100Mbps(Serial)/12.5Mbps(Parallel)
Video Decoding
Standard
ISO/IEC 13812-2 MP@HL/MP@ML
Aspect ratio
4:3, 16:9
Video resolution
1920x1080MAX (interlaced)
Power
Input voltage
AC 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz
Power consumption
15 Wmax
Safety
Insulation resistance
Withstand Voltage
(Hi-Pot)
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More than 10MΩ at 500Vdc
Ambient conditions of 28±2% & 70%RH
I/p to O/p:3kV(1 min)
Temperature Rise
Safety Standard
<75 on winding & core; <50 on casting
At 264Vac @ 50Hz
Designed to meet IEC/EN6065
Ambient
Operation temperature
0°C ~ +40°C
V. Trouble Shooting
Problem
Possible Causes
What to Do
The display on the
Mains power cable is not
Check that the mains cable is
front panel does not
connected.
plugged into power socket and
turned on.
light up.
The unit is in standby mode.
Press the
Poor signal quality or bad
Check the antenna system
connections
Check cable connections.
Bad picture/ Blocking
Weak signal –or- Signal is too
Check with specialist or, try a
error.
strong. Masthead amplifier
signal attenuator to the RF IN
maybe up too high
port or turn down amplifier.
No picture appears on
The system is connected but
Check that you have selected
the TV screen.
TV is not in correct AV mode.
the correct channel or Video
No sound and picture,
key on the RCU.
but the front panel
shows time.
No sound or picture.
Input on your TV.
There is interference
The system
on
using
your
digital
terrestrial channel.
RF
is connected
leads
and
the
output channel of the receiver
Change the receiver output
channel to a more suitable
channel.
interferes with an existing
terrestrial channel or Video
signal.
The Remote is not
Battery exhausted.
Change the battery.
working.
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Channels are not
Wrong country selected.
available after using
Restore defaults, and select
the proper country.
“Auto Search” when
installing the receiver
for the first time.
Can not lock signal
The channel
Check the frequency that
by using “Manual
frequency is not
you entered is correct
Search”.
accurate.
Picture seems
Wrong resolution
abnormal, or no
Select correct resolution or
output format
picture.
Forgot your
oops
password
Try
“5180”,
the
default
password
Note: If you cannot solve the problem even referring to the above trouble
shooting, please contact your local dealer.
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