Philips Digital Terrestrial Receiver DTR2530

DTR 2530
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Digital Terrestrial Receiver
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Important
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Your Digital Terrestrial Receiver
What’s in the box?
What you also need
Digital Terrestrial Receiver overview
Main menu overview
How to read this manual
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3.1
3.2
3.3
Getting started
Prepare
Connect
Install
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Using your Digital Terrestrial
Receiver
Watching live TV
Using options
Settings
Video Settings
Language Settings
Menu Settings
Miscellaneous Settings
Restore Factory Settings
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
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7.1
7.2
Accessories and connections
Recorder connection
Audio connection
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Guarantee and service
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Technical data
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Frequently asked questions
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Contact information
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Trademarks and partner logos
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Use more of your Digital Terrestrial
Receiver
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5.1 Digital Terrestrial Receiver full overview17
5.2 Remote control full overview
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5.3 Using channel list
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5.4 Creating and Editing channel list
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5.5 Extended installation
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5.6 EPG
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5.7 Timer
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5.8 Miscellaneous functions
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5.9 Radio
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5.10 Security
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6.1
6.2
6.3
Maintenance
Cleaning
Replacement
Disposal
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Table of contents
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Important
Take time to read this User Manual before using the Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
It contains important information and notes regarding how to operate it.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials
and components, which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product or
its packaging, it means the product is covered by European Directive
2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection process for
electrical and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old
products with your normal household waste. The correct disposal of
your old product will help prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health.
The “Material recyclability symbol” affixed on package cardboard and
user manual means these parts are recyclable.
So do not dispose of them with your normal household waste.
The “Material recyclability symbol” affixed on plastic packaging parts
means these parts are recyclable.
So do not dispose of them with your normal household waste.
The “Green Dot” affixed on cardboard means PHILIPS pays a financial
duty to the “Avoidance and Recovery of Packaging Waste” organization.
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Important
Danger
• The Digital Terrestrial Receiver and AC adaptor do not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not
attempt to open them. All maintenance work must be carried out by qualified services centres.
• Make sure that children do not place any foreign objects in any of the openings.
Warnings
• Before connecting the AC adaptor to the mains, check that the mains supply voltage corresponds
to the voltage printed on it. If the mains voltage is different, consult your dealer.
• The AC adaptor has been designed for indoor use only.
• Is it recommended to unplug the AC adaptor from the mains during lightning storms.
• Periodically inspect the AC adaptor for damage. Do not use if damage is found. Always refer to
qualified services centres.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the Digital Terrestrial Receiver to rain or moisture.
• The Digital Terrestrial Receiver should be placed on a firm surface, and the ventilation openings
must not be covered with items, such as newspapers, table clothes, curtains, etc.
• Do not install the Digital Terrestrial Receiver near heat sources such as radiators, stoves or other
apparatus that produce heat. Protect it from direct sunlight.
• When installing the Digital Terrestrial Receiver, ensure there is a gap of approximately 5 cm
around the Digital Terrestrial Receiver to enable air to circulate freely and prevent overheating.
• Leave accessible the AC adaptor in case emergency shutdown is required.
• Do not place any combustible objects on the Digital Terrestrial Receiver (candles, etc.).
• No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the unit. The Digital Terrestrial
Receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Should this happen, disconnect the AC
adaptor from the mains and consult qualified services centres.
Refer also to the cautions throughout this manual.
Important
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Your receiver is powered using an AC adaptor. The Digital Terrestrial Receiver has been
manufactured to meet the appropriate safety standards, but the instructions below must be followed
to operate it safely. These instructions must be kept for future reference.
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Your Digital Terrestrial
Receiver
Thank you for purchasing this product which
has been designed and manufactured to give you
many years of trouble-free service.
2.1
What’s in the box?
Digital Terrestrial Receiver
SCART cable
User manual
AC Adaptor
Remote control and
2 batteries
Leaflet
Smart card
Caution
Plastic bags can be dangerous.
To avoid suffocation keep the bag away from babies and children.
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Your Digital Terrestrial Receiver
What you also need
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2.2
Coaxial cable
2.3
Digital Terrestrial Receiver overview
Main unit
A IR Receiver
B Status led
C Smart Card slot
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B
C
Main Unit
A
B
C D
E F G
Main unit backside
Main unit backside
A TV*
B VCR*
C SPDIF* (optical)
D L/R AUDIO OUT* (analogue)
E RF IN*
F RF OUT*
G Power*
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Safety extra low voltage
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C
D
Remote control unit
A Standby
B Navigation keys
C Volume/channel control
D Alphanumeric keypad
Remote control unit
Your Digital Terrestrial Receiver
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2.4
Main menu overview
Press the MENU key to access the main
menu.
Each symbol below has a specific meaning.
Danger
Describes situations of injury or loss of life.
Warning
Describes actions that may cause damage to the
product.
Caution
Describes the actions required to avoid
dangerous or illegal situations.
Note
Additional information.
Use the arrow keys / to navigate
through the different options.
Tip
Information that is useful to know but not
essential to the task. For example, information
about alternative use.
Press OK to validate your choice.
Note
For menu full overview, see chapter 5.
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Getting started
In this chapter, the basic steps to get you started
are described.
2.5
How to read this manual
3.1
This User Manual contains all informations you
need to:
• Set up all the available channels
• Use correctly your Digital Terrestrial
Receiver
Prepare
Prepare the remote control
Open the battery compartment.
Insert the two batteries supplied according
to the indications (+/-) inside the
compartment.
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Getting started
3.2
Connect
Note
Point the remote control directly at the remote
sensor on the front panel and select the desired
function.
Danger
Risk of electric shock!
Make sure all the devices are disconnected from
the mains before making any connections.
Caution
Do not mix batteries or keep them in the remote
control for long periods of time without use.
Batteries must not be disposed of with your
household waste but to a local separate battery
collection system.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
SCART connection
Insert the Smart card
To insert the smart card:
• Open the smart card door on the right
side of the front panel.
• Insert the smart card into the smart card
slot as far as it will go. The end of the card
will be visible from outside the slot.
Connect the aerial cable from the wall
socket to the RF IN socket at the rear of
the Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
Connect the RF OUT socket at the rear
of the Digital Terrestrial Receiver to the RF
input of your TV set using a coaxial cable.
Connect the supplied scart cable to the
scart input of the TV set and to the TV
scart socket at the rear of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver.
Plug your Digital Terrestrial Receiver to the
mains using the supplied power adaptor.
Warning
Insert the Smart card with the chip facing down.
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Close the battery compartment.
3.3
Install
Press B on the remote control and wait a few
seconds to switch the receiver on.
The Automatic Search window is displayed:
The receiver is on: the LED is green.
The receiver is in standby mode: the LED is red.
During a software loading: the LED is blinking.
At the first installation, the First Time
Installation window appears:
If desired, change the values for the Start
and End Frequency using the arrow key
or .
Note
The displayed values for the Start and End
Frequency can normally be maintained.
Highlight the Country field using the arrow
key .
Select the desired language using the arrow
key or .
Note
Read the information messages displayed on
the screen. They will help you to set the correct
values.
Highlight Postcode using the arrow key
Press OK and enter your postcode.
The window displayed provides information on
the progress of the channel search.
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Then successively set the desired values. In
doing so, observe the following:
• By using the arrow key or , you switch
between the individual setting possibilities.
• By using the arrow key or , you change
the displayed values.
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Then highlight the OK field using the arrow
key , and press OK.
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Using the arrow key or , you define the
channels to be searched for: All channels or
channels that are Free to air only.
Then highlight the OK field using the arrow
key , and press OK to start the channel
search.
Note:
By pressing EXIT, you can stop the scan mode
at any time.
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Press OK again.
Now all the available channels are scanned and
registered on your Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
Note
If the signal quality is poor, a message prompting
you to check your antenna/cable is displayed.
Check your cable connections and scan for
channels again.
If you do not receive channels that should be
available, check also the Coverage of your area:
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As soon as the scan is completed, a window
is displayed. Press OK to close it.
Using your Digital
Terrestrial Receiver
Once you have connected your Digital
Terrestrial Receiver, use the remote control to
operate the basic, frequently-used functions,
such as switching on and off, changing channels
and altering the volume.
4.1
Watching live TV
Digital Terrestrial Receiver wake-up
To wake up your Digital Terrestrial Receiver
from standby, press one of the following keys
and wait a few seconds:
• on the remote control
• P+/P- on the remote control
• Any numerical key of the remote control
Note
In order to reduce power consumption, switch
your Digital Terrestrial Receiver to standby
mode whenever you are not using it.
For maximum energy saving we recommend
you to switch off the Digital Terrestrial Receiver
by unplugging the AC adaptor of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver if you are not using it for a
long time.
Channel selection
To change channels, use P+/P- or the numerical
keys of the remote control.
Press P<P / BACK to return to the previously
tuned channel.
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Volume Control
To decrease or increase the volume level, use the
volume keys VOL +/-. A change of volume is
shown on-screen using a bar graph.
Note
You can define the display time of the
information banner for yourself or completely
prevent the automatic display. To do so, see the
Menu settings chapter.
Extended information banner
While the information banner is displayed on the
lower screen edge, you can call up the extended
information banner by pressing the INFO key
again. The extended information banner supplies
further details with regard to the current
programme.
To mute the sound, press the
key. The
icon in the bar graph indicates audio mute. This
icon disappears after a few seconds. To restore
the sound, press the
key again or the volume
keys VOL +/-.
Note
The volume level is controlled from your TV set.
It can also be controlled using your TV remote
control.
Displaying information banner
Every time you change channels, the information
banner is displayed. To display the banner
anytime, press INFO. To exit it, press EXIT.
The information banner displays the selected
channel memory number and the channel name.
In addition, the time is displayed on the lower
left edge of the information banner.
The display bar on the right next to the time
graphically indicates the programme time that
has already elapsed. The lower menu line displays
the current and the next programme including
its broadcasting time. After a few seconds, the
information banner is automatically hidden.
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Notes
• If the text is more extensive, it is
distributed to several pages. By repeatedly
pressing the OK key, you browse the
next pages (arrow keys and are also
possible).
• If you press the INFO or arrow
key , information on the next
programme is displayed. By pressing
the arrow key , you return to the
information on the current programme.
Note
The extended information banner is not
automatically closed. Press the EXIT key in
order to close the extended information banner.
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4.2
Using options
Some channels occasionally provide sound,
subtitle and/or text options.
If a channel provides one or more of these
options, the respective symbol is displayed in the
right corner of the information banner when
calling up the channel.
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for sound options
•
for subtitle options
• INFO for text options
Highlight the desired option using
Press OK.
It means that a sound, subtitle or text selection
is available.
How to use the options:
Call up the desired channel.
Press the
key for audio selection, the
key for subtitle selection or the INFO key
for text selection.
4.3
or
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Notes
• In any case, observe the information text
displayed on the bottom of the screen. It
will help you to select the correct settings.
• Selecting and altering the settings is
respectively effected by means of the
arrow keys / and / .
• A pop-up window can be closed by
pressing the EXIT key
4.4
Video Settings
The video displayed on the TV depends on:
• Screen format
• Digital Terrestrial Receiver setting
• Broadcast content format setting
Screen Format
Settings
Press the MENU key to open the main
menu. The menu item Box Settings is
highlighted by default.
Press OK.
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You can select screen format according to the
TV you have:
• 16:9 / Widescreen TV format
• 4:3 format
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Picture Scaling
This option allows you to determine the scaling
of the picture. The effect of a selected option is
visible in the background instantly.
Letterbox 16:9
Reduces films in 16:9 mode for 4:3 format TV to
scale, and for this purpose inserts two black bars
above and below on the screen
If you have chosen 16:9 format, the next three
picture scaling are available.
Pillarbox
Reduces the picture in 4:3 mode for 16:9 format
TV to scale, and for this purpose inserts two
black bars left and right on the screen.
Pan & Scan / CCO
Presents films in the 16:9 format in a
screen-filling manner. With regard to 4:3 TV, the
left and right picture borders are cut off.
Zoom
Presents the images in the 4:3 format in a
screen-filling manner. Therefore, the top and
bottom picture border is cut off.
Letterbox 14:9
This represents a compromise between the
other two settings. Small black bars are inserted
and only a bit of the left and right picture
borders is cut off.
Automatic
The scaling is automatic.
If you have chosen 4:3 format, the next three
picture scaling are available.
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Note
If the desired programme is not broadcast in the
main audio language, the language used will be
the second audio language.
VCR Output Format
Here you can choose between Video (CVBS)
and S-Video (Y/C).
Subtitle Language
Select a language for the subtitles.
AFD Automatic
The broadcast picture format may deviate
from the picture format to be displayed. AFD
recognizes and corrects the presentation if you
choose On.
Restore Default settings
With this function, you reset the configuration
for the picture settings to predefined default
values. In most cases they allow for an
acceptable image and language reproduction.
4.5
Language Settings
With this option, you set the language of the
on-screen display (OSD).
Audio Language
Select the language broadcast for the
programmes.
Audio Language #2
Select an additional language broadcast for the
programmes.
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Subtitle Language #2
Select an additional subtitle language for the
subtitles.
Note
If the desired programme is not available in the
main subtitle language, the language used will be
the second subtitle language.
Subtitles Automatic
Set this option to On if you want to
automatically show broadcast subtitles in the
selected caption language (by default, this option
is set to Off).
4.6
Menu Settings
Info Banner Duration
With this option you define for how long the
information banner is displayed when you
switch to another channel. If you never want the
information banner to appear when changing
channels, select None. If you want it to appear
all the time, select Permanent.
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TV Output Format
For the video output TV, the formats RGB,Video
(CVBS) and S-Video (Y/C) are provided. Here
RGB is the correct selection in most cases.
Info Banner Automatic
When a new programme begins, the information
banner is automatically shown as a default. If you
want to remove this option, select Off.
Notes
• If the Time Zone Adjustment is set
to Automatic, the Time zone and
the Summertime / DST are defined
automatically and thus not available.
• The Digital Terrestrial Receiver obtains the
information regarding summer time for the
currently selected channel.
Note
This option is only available if the value set
under Info Banner Duration is at least 4
seconds.
Menu Transparency
With this option you set the transparency of the
OSD. If you have difficulties to read the OSD
with transparent setting, select None.
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Postcode
Select your postcode.
Audio Format
This option provides mono and stereo formats
for the audio output.
Miscellaneous Settings
Dolby Digital Automatic
This option enables automatic detection of
Dolby Digital audio channels.
Two options are available:
• Off if you only have connected a recorder
device;
• On if you have connected a Dolby Digital
Home entertainment system.
Sorting
This option modifies the appearance and
behaviour of the channel lists.
Time Zone Adjustment
With this option you can select whether the
local time offset with regard to Greenwich mean
time is to be set automatically, or if you want to
specify it yourself.
Time zone (GMT)
Select the entry GMT +01:00 for Germany and
Central Europe for example (time difference
with regard to the Greenwich mean time).
4.8
Restore Factory Settings
You can reset the device to default settings.
Your Digital Terrestrial Receiver will have all
its settings initialized like they were at first
installation.
Summertime / DST
Set the menu item summer time to Off if it is
not summer time at the moment.
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This chapter gives a complete description of the
functionalities of your Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
5.1
Digital Terrestrial Receiver full
overview
A
B
C
Main unit
Main unit backside
A
B
Main unit
A IR Receiver
B Status led
Green: the receiver is on
Red: standby mode
Blinking: software update in progress
C Smart Card slot
C
D
E
F
G
Main unit backside
A TV scart* - Output to connect your TV set
B VCR scart* - Output to connect your video
recorder
C Optical digital audio output*
D L/R audio* - Left/Right analogue audio outputs
E RF IN* - Input to connect your aerial cable
from the wall socket
F RF OUT* - Output to connect your receiver
to a VCR/TV set/another receiver
G Power supply* - Output to connect the AC
adaptor
* Safety extra low voltage
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5.2
Remote control full overview
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N
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B
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O
D
P
E
F
Q
G
H
R
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J
K
S
Remote control unit
A - Switch on or to standby mode
B c - Subtitle
C TEXT (not applicable) / k Page up
D l Page down
E EPG - Open / Close the Programme Guide
F Navigation keys - Move up/down, left/right
OK: confirm the selection
G P<P / BACK- Return to the previously tuned
channel
H LIST / FAV key - Favourite lists
I Channel up / down - Select the next or
previous channel
J c - Mute or restore the sound
K Alphanumeric keypad
L RADIO - Toggle between TV and Radio
M e - Audio selection
N TIMER
O Contextual keys
P INFO - Display the Information Banner
Q EXIT - Close Menu / Info Banner
R Volume control - Turn the sound level up /
down
S MENU - Open / Close menu
L
Remote control unit
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Using channel list
Press LIST/FAV to call up the channel list.
Note
If no other window on the screen is opened, you
can also call up the channel list by pressing the
OK key.
This list contains all TV channels the device has
found and stored during automatic channel scan.
Notes
• The programme of the selected channel is
displayed in the background. The channel
list remains opened for several seconds.
During this time, you can select another
channel by using the arrow keys, or press
the OK key in order to close the channel
list immediately.
• If the device is switched to radio mode,
you can also carry out the previously
described actions in the same manner for
the stored radio channels.
5.4
Creating and Editing channel list
Sometimes the channel list may appear too
complex or may contain channels that you are
not interested to watch anymore.
Via the main menu, you can edit and create your
own favourite list.
Note
Press the LIST/FAV key again, the favourite
list is displayed. This individual channel list only
contains the channels you have chosen to be as
your favourite channels.
For further information on this, refer to chapter
Defining channels as your Favourites.
Favourites are marked with a star in the channel
list.
Observe the following to navigate through
the channels
• Use or to highlight the next or the
previous channel in the list.
• Use or to skip eight positions in the
channel list respectively backwards or
forwards.
• Use the Page up / Page down keys to
skip eight positions in the channel list
respectively backwards or forwards.
Press the OK key after you have selected
the desired channel.
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Press the MENU key.
Select the third menu item Sort Channels
using the arrow key or and then press
OK.
Select one of the Favourite lists using the
arrow key or and then press OK.
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5.3
Note
The previously described functions are also
provided to you with regard to the radio
channel list.
Press the RADIO key to call up the overview
of the radio channels.You can return to the TV
channel list by pressing the RADIO key again.
Shifting channels in the favourite list
You can individually set the sequence of the
channels within the channel list.
Press the yellow key to access the filter
options.You may filter the channel list by
criteria such as free or scrambled broadcasts
or by network / provider.You may sort the
list by numbers or alphabetically. Use the
arrow keys to navigate inside the Filter
channels screen.
Press the green key to lock a channel. A
padlock appears next to the channel name.
Note
To be able to lock a channel, the Channel
lock setting has to be active. Refer to chapter
Security.
Defining channels as your favourites
The favourite list contains all channels you have
defined as favourites. From this list, you can
create a personalized channel list.
Select the channel you want to indicate as a
favourite using the arrow key or .
Press the OK key to add the channel to
the favourite list. A star indicates that the
channel is in a favourite list.
Repeat this process with all channels you
want to indicate as favourites.
After you have carried out the desired
settings, press the EXIT key in order to
close the window.
Save the changes by pressing the OK key.
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Press the arrow key to highlight and edit
the favourite list.
Highlight the channel you want to shift using
the arrow key or .
Press the OK key to confirm the channel to
be shifted.
Shift the highlighted channel to the desired
position using the arrow key or .
Press the OK key to store the channel at
the desired position.
Press the EXIT key to save.
Press the OK key to save the changes.
Deleting channels in the favourite list
Press the arrow key to highlight and edit
the favourite list.
Highlight the channel you want to delete
using the arrow key or .
Press the red-coloured key Delete.
To delete all the channels in the favourite list,
press the yellow-coloured key Delete all.
Press the EXIT key to save.
Press the OK key to save the changes.
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5.5
Press the MENU key.
Highlight the second menu item Search for
Channels using the arrow key or and
then press OK.
Press the OK key to start the automatic
scan mode.
After the first installation (refer to chapter
Install), it may be required to search for
channels again or to add specific channels that
are additionally broadcast.
Note
In order to carry out an extended installation,
you have to reset the device to its default
settings. Refer to chapter Restoring Factory
Settings.
Two options are available.
Automatic Search
This scan mode is usually the appropriate
one, because normally all channels are found
automatically.
Highlight Automatic Search and then
press OK.
Using or , choose whether:
• The channels found are to be added to the
old list (standard setting),
• The old channel list is to be overwritten,
• The new found channels are to be
discarded.
Press the OK key.
Manual Search
This type of scan mode enables the specific
search for an individual channel. This is
particularly interesting if you only want to
include one individual channel into your channel
list and you know the accurate information on
the channel and frequency.
Highlight Manual Search and then press
OK.
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Notes
• Not all channels offer an extensive EPG.
• Many broadcasting services broadcast the
current day programme but do not offer
detailed descriptions.
• There are broadcasting services that do
not offer any EPG information.
• Due to the progressive technical
development, more and more broadcasting
services will extend this offer in the future.
Successively select the adjustable values
using the arrow key or .
• The desired Frequency is set with the
arrow key or .
• The frequency in MHz is entered via the
numerical keys of the remote control.
Choose whether All channels or channels
that are Free to air only are to be searched
for.
Then highlight OK and press the OK key to
start the manual scan mode.
• If some channels were found, the same
message as the one in the automatic scan
mode will be displayed. Refer to previous
paragraph.
• If no channel was found, a message will be
displayed.
Press the OK key.
5.6
EPG
The electronic programme guide (EPG) offers
you an overview of all programmes to be
broadcast in the coming week on the current
channel.
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Select the desired channel.
Press the EPG key to call up the electronic
programme guide.
Close the EPG by pressing the EXIT key.
EPG offers the following functions:
• If you require more information on a
programme, highlight it using the arrow key
or and then press INFO.
• You can select programmes earlier or later
in the day using the arrow key or .
• Change to the programme of another
day using the green (next day) or the red
button (previous day).
• If you want to adopt a programme into the
timer list, highlight it and press the TIMER
key. Confirm the request by selecting Yes
and pressing the OK key.
Note
Detailed information on the Timer can be
found in the next paragraph.
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Editing timer list
During the normal programme replay, press the
TIMER key to open the timer list.
Note
Remember to program your recorder device to
the respective time.
Adding a programme to timer list
The timer function is included into the timer list
via the EPG. Refer to previous paragraph.
Open the EPG and highlight the desired
programme.
Press the TIMER key. By default, the answer
to the confirmation question is Yes.
Deleting (a) programme(s) from the
timer list
Select the desired programme.
Press the respective coloured key:
• Red: the selected programme is deleted
• Yellow: all programmes are deleted.
Choose Yes using the arrow key .
Press OK to confirm the request.
Timer editing
In the Timer list, select the desired
programme and press OK.
Press the OK key.
The window is closed and the selected
programme is stored in the timer list.
Change the displayed settings by using the
arrow and numerical keys. Then you can:
• Change the date (month and day)
• Set the time (starting and end time)
• The cycle (interesting for series and
regularly recurring programmes)
Then highlight OK, and press the OK key.
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5.7
Timer
By means of the timer setting, you can switch
your Digital Terrestrial Receiver on and off
at a specific time. For example, it can allow a
recording with a recorder device. The device
then automatically switches on in the standby
mode. If the device is already switched on, the
device automatically switches to the selected
programme.
Switching off current timer functions
Note
During a timer programme, no key is activated.
To switch off the timer function:
Press the Standby key .
A programme message is displayed.
Press the OK key.
A message telling that the Timer is deleted
appears.
Carry out an initial installation. Refer to
chapter Install.
Displaying channel and system
information / adjusting the antenna
This function solely serves to supply information
on one channel. However, you can use it for
adjusting your antenna and for improving the
television reception.
Press the MENU key to access the main
menu.
Highlight the fourth menu item Technical
Information using the arrow key or
, and then press OK. By default, Channel
Information is highlighted.
Press OK.
5.8
Miscellaneous functions
Restoring default settings
You can reset the device to default settings.
Your Digital Terrestrial Receiver will have all its
settings initialized like there were at the first
installation.
For example, all the favourite lists created will be
deleted.
Press the MENU key. By default, the item
Box Settings is highlighted
Press the OK key.
Highlight the item Restore Factory
Settings using the arrow key or , and
then press OK.
Adjust your antenna so that the two
specifications Signal Strength and Signal
Quality display a preferably high value.
Note:
Depending on your antenna, you can possibly
carry out settings on your antenna.
Press the EXIT key.
Set Yes by using and then press OK. The
device carries out a reboot. It switches off,
and shortly afterwards switches on again.
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Highlight System Information using the
arrow key or and then press OK. Here
you find technical information on your
device. This information normally is only
relevant with regard to support.
Press the EXIT key three times to return to
the TV programme.
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Note
For this purpose, your Digital Terrestrial
Receiver has to be set to standby mode.
Every night between 1 am and 5 am, your Digital
Terrestrial Receiver checks whether a software
update is available. If a new software is available,
you will receive a message, at the next switch on
of your Digital Terrestrial Receiver to accept the
update. Then the software update starts.
In order to view the TV programme again,
press the RADIO key again.
5.10
Security
Press the MENU key.
Highlight the sixth menu item Security
using the arrow key or and then press
OK.
Enter the PIN code.
You can also start the search process manually.
Press the MENU key.
Highlight Technical Information using the
arrow key or and then press OK.
Highlight System Information using the
arrow key or and then press OK.
Notes
• The PIN code is set to 0000 at the
factory. Take into account the displayed
information. It will help you to select the
correct settings.
• Selecting and altering the settings is carried
out by means of the arrow keys.
• A displayed window can be closed by
pressing the EXIT key.
Press OK to start the software update.
Use the arrow key or to select Yes.
Press OK to start the update.
5.9
Radio
Note
Digital radio programmes are not broadcast in
all countries. In this case, a message indicating
that the radio list is empty appears.
If a digital radio programme is broadcast
in your country, press the RADIO key to
receive it.
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Carrying out software update
Receiver Lock
Set this option to On if you want to protect
your complete device against unauthorized
access.
So, at the next switch on, the PIN code will be
requested (the PIN code is set to 0000 at the
factory).
Menu lock
Set this option to On if you want to protect
your menus against unauthorized access.
For the next activation of the menu, the PIN
code will be requested (the PIN code is set to
0000 at the factory).
Channel lock
Set this option to On if you want to be able
to lock a channel. These channels are PINprotected.You can only watch them after
entering the right PIN code. Refer to chapter
Creating and Editing channel list.
Change PIN
This option allows you to specify your personal
PIN code.
Press the OK key.
For this purpose, enter the Current PIN
code and confirm by pressing the OK key.
Then, enter your New PIN code and then
press OK.
To confirm your new PIN code, enter it
again and then press OK. A confirmation
message is displayed.
Press OK
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6
Maintenance
6.1
Cleaning
For cleaning, use a soft, damp (not wet) cloth.
Never use any abrasive cloth and aerosol
cleaners.
6.2
Replacement
The Digital Terrestrial Receiver does not contain
any user-serviceable parts. Do not attempt to
open it. All maintenance work must be carried
out by qualified service centres.
6.3
Disposal
Your product is designed and manufactured with
high quality materials and components, which
can be recycled and reused.
Please inform yourself about the local separate
collection process for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. The correct disposal
of your old product will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and
human health.
Maintenance
7.1
Accessories and
connections
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Recorder connection
Connect the supplied scart cable to the
7.2
Audio connection
VCR scart socket at the rear of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver and to the scart input
EXT1 of the recorder.
Connect the aerial cable from the wall
socket to the RF IN socket at the rear of
the Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
Connect the RF OUT socket at the rear of
the Digital Terrestrial Receiver to the ANT
IN socket at the rear of the recorder using a
coaxial cable.
Connect the ANT OUT socket at the rear
of your recorder to the RF input of your TV
set using a coaxial cable.
Connect a scart cable to the scart input of
the TV set and to the TV scart socket at the
rear of the Digital Terrestrial Receiver.
Plug your Digital Terrestrial Receiver to the
mains using the supplied power adaptor.
Analogue connection
Connect the L/R audio outputs of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver to the relevant input of your
audio equipment using a double CINCH cable
(not supplied).
Consult the user manual of your audio
equipment to choose the proper analogue audio
inputs.
Digital connection
Connect the SPDIF output of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver to the relevant input of your
audio equipment using a single CINCH cable
(not supplied).
Consult the user manual of your audio
equipment to choose the proper digital audio
input.
Warning
To be able to record digital television, you must
make sure the Digital Terrestrial Receiver is on.
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8
Guarantee and service
English
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Philips product.
For the Philips warranty applicable to this
product, we refer you to the Philips website
www.philips.com/guarantee. In the event you do
not have an Internet connection, please contact
your local Philips Consumer Care Centre.
Contact details are given in the Consumer Care
Centres list hereafter.
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Guarantee and service
Technical data
The product complies with the following
European council Directive: 2006/95/CE.
Specifications
Connectivity
•Terrestrial antenna interface: RF in, IEC 169-2,
RF out, (bypass) IEC 169-2
•Audio Output - Digital: Optical (TOSLINK)
•TV scart out: CVBS, RGB, Audio L/R
•VCR scart out: Audio L/R, CVBS
Convenience
•Ease of Installation: Autoinstall
•Parental control: Lock with PIN code, Child
timer
•Programmable Events: 8
•User Interface: Automatic program list update,
Multiple subtitles supported, On Screen Display
on TV, Software upgrade over the air, TV and
Radio mode, Now & Next ESG, 7 day Electronic
program Guide
Power
•Mains power: 230V AC/50Hz to 12V DC
•Power consumption: 7 W
•Standby power consumption: 5W
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Dimensions
•Product dimensions (W x H x D):
240 x 44 x 145 mm
•Carton dimensions (WxDxH): 305x245x65mm
•Weight: 0.98 kg
•Weight incl. Packaging: 1.78 kg
Accessories
•Included Accessories: Mains cord, Remote
Control, User Manual, SCART cable
•Batteries: 2 size AAA
Tuner/Reception/Transmission
•Demodulation type: COFDM 2K/8K, MPEG-2
DVB compliant, Network: MFN/SFN, QAM,
QPSK
•DVB: Terrestrial
•Input frequency range: 474-862 MH
System Specifications
•Flash memory size: 2 MB
•Ram size: 16 MB SDRAM
Video Decoding
•Aspect Ratio: 16:9, 4:3 Letterbox, 4:3 Pan Scan
•Compression Format: MPEG-2 MP@ML (std
definition)
•Conditional access system: Mediaguad(card not
supplied), Subscription needed for pay-TV
•Resolution: up to 720 x 576 interlaced
•De-scrambling: Smart Card reader
Audio Decoding
•Compression format: MPEG layer I/II
•Sound system: Dolby Digital Bitstream out,
Mono, Stereo
Technical data
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Frequently asked
questions
This chapter gives the most frequently asked
questions and answers about your Digital
Terrestrial Receiver.
Connection
On-screen display working but there is no
reception
Check the installation
Intermittent reception
Check all connections and cables
The picture is not sharp and on-screen
text is difficult to read
• Change the TV scart output setting to
RGB from the System settings screen
• Refer to your TV user manual
• Use the scart cable supplied with the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver
Set-up
The LED on the front panel does not light
up.
• Check that the AC adaptor is correctly
connected. Disconnect this cord and
reconnect it to ensure it is in place
• Check that power is available at the wall
socket
The remote control does not operate the
Digital Terrestrial Receiver
• Make sure the Digital Terrestrial Receiver is
on
• Make sure you are pointing your remote
control at the front panel of the Digital
Terrestrial Receiver
• Check the batteries in your remote control
You cannot find all the channels you think
should be available.
Try re-tuning the device, following the relevant
steps in chapter Install. If you are still missing
channels, call your customer service adviser.
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Some radio stations cannot be received
from time to time
These services are not transmitted 24 hours a
day and can sometimes be unavailable. This is not
a fault.
You have forgotten your PIN Code
When prompted for your PIN Code, enter the
Master PIN Code. This will allow you to proceed
as well as reset the current PIN Code to its
default value (default is 0000). The Master PIN
Code is 8111. Keep this code secret to prevent
others from using it.
Installation
No sound or picture but the front panel
LED is lit in green
• Check the connections at the wall socket
and Digital Terrestrial Receiver
• Press B on the remote control twice or
press P+/P-.
The picture on some channels seems to
have been stretched or squashed.
Check the Digital Terrestrial Receiver TV shape
setting, following the information in paragraph
Video Settings. If you have a wide screen TV,
you may also need to check the settings on
your TV. The display format being managed by
the Digital Terrestrial Receiver, set your TV to
“full screen” or to the similar equivalent setting
(refer to the user manual of your TV set).
The order of the channels has changed.
Refer to chapter Miscellaneous Settings to
change the order again.
If none of the above suggestions seems
to work, try unplugging your Set Top Box and
then plugging it in again. If this does not work,
contact either your supplier or a qualified repair
technician. Never attempt to repair your set top
box yourself.
Frequently asked questions
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