Philips DSR9005 Digital Satellite Receiver

DSR 9005
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Benutzerhandbuch
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Bei Problemen, die nicht auf die Premiere Programme oder die
Premiere Smartcard, sondern auf den Receiver zurückzuführen sind,
wenden Sie sich an das Philips Call Centre unter
0180/500 75 31* (Deutschland) oder
0820 400 039* (Österreich).
*Täglich von 8 bis 23 Uhr erreichbar - 0,12 Euros/Min
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User manual
For problems that are not related to Premiere programmes
or the Premiere smart card, but rather due to your receiver,
call the Philips call center on
0180/500 75 31* for Germany or
0820 400 039* for Austria.
*open 7 days from 08.00 to 23.00 - 0.12 Euros/min
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Foreword
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for choosing our HDTV receiver.This User Manual will help you get the best out of the extensive and fascinating functions
of your new receiver.
With your new HDTV receiver DSR 9005, the whole world of television is open to you for top-quality viewing! You are now ready
for the future of television! HDTV is a new way to watch television - a crystal clear, high-definition picture with sharp colours.
Premiere offers you Hollywood blockbusters, major sports events and documentaries of the highest quality.Television now becomes
an incredible viewing experience.
Your new digital receiver DSR 9005 is of course designed to receive and use Premiere services. It is for those who expect more from
television. A Premiere subscription means exclusive programs, a wide selection, comprehensive service and cutting edge technology.
With Premiere you will experience innovations in TV before anyone else. Premiere is the first, and up to now the only, German TV
channel with programmes 24-hours a day in high definition.
Premier HD channels offer top Premiere programs in unheard-of quality.
• Enjoy the best current films with picture and sound quality just like in the movie theatre - and in the original wide-screen format.
• See the world as it really is with the Premiere HD special offer.
• Experience the best in sports in top quality and see the best football, basketball and ice hockey players and other sports stars.
Premiere offers you more TV enjoyment, more variety and more comfort.
• PREMIERE FILM offers great entertainment to suit all tastes with a selection of 100 films a day with no commercial interruption.
DISNEY CHANNEL provides great family entertainment.
• PREMIERE SPORT & PREMIERE FUSSBALL LIVE offer best in sports.You will never miss another goal.
• PREMIERE THEMA includes a wide variety of theme channels for all your moods and interests with documentaries, interactive
advice programmes, children's programmes, music channels and adult channels, as well as the best programmes for fans of sci-fi,
thrillers, action and classic movies.
• On PREMIERE DIREKT, you can easily book the best current films, exclusive sports events, special events and adult television
for whatever time you want and enjoy them at home.
When installing Premiere, please observe the installation instructions that come with the Premiere smart card. If you haven’t got a
Premiere smart card yet, you can find further information on current Premiere offers on:
0180/ 551 00 00* - www.premiere.de
for Germany
01/ 49166 200 - www.premiere.at
for Austria
or at specific dealers.
We wish you great viewing with your Philips DSR 9005!
Your Philips Team.
*0.12 euros/min on the Deutsche Telekom Ltd. fixed network
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Contents
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1
Quick installation for the reception
of satellite ASTRA 19.2° East
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Meaning of symbols
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Safety instructions
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Product description
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4.1
4.2
4.3
Front panel
Front panel display
Rear panel
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Inserting your Smartcard
5.1
5.2
Premiere smart card for Premiere content
DVB-CI and smart card for other pay-TV providers
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Using your remote control when
the STB mode is selected
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Connecting your digital receiver
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7.1
7.2
7.3
Connections
Connecting to a video projector to watch Digital TV
Connecting an additional satellite receiver to the RF OUT output
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First installation
8.1
8.2
8.3
Installation settings
Channel search
Search failure
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Day-to-day operation
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Switching your receiver ON, or to LOW POWER or STAND-BY
Switching from watching digital TV to listening to digital radio
Changing channels while watching digital TV or listening to digital radio
Banner
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9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
Volume control
-/ +/
Current programme options/Lip Synchronisation
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Set or delete recording timers
Viewing teletext
Checking or changing the video output resolution setting
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11 Premiere features
11.1 Premiere Sports portal
11.2 PREMIERE DIREKT (Near-Video-on-Demand)
12 Premiere Menu
12.1 Menu tree
12.2 Menu navigation
13 Premiere Menu
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
13.8
PIN Code Change
Smartcard
CI module
System
Scan
Display
Dolby Digital out of the digital audio output
Wake up
14 Settings
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
Timer Manager
Channel Manager
Settings
For Parents
Advanced settings
Channel Search
15 Advanced settings
15.1 Restoring factory settings
15.2 Changing the remote control setting
15.3 VCR or DVD recorder control
16 Programming your remote control for your
audio/video equipment brands
16.1 Mode selection (selecting the device you want to control)
16.2 Volume and mute control assignment
16.3 Changing the brand setting of your remote control
for your TV,VCR, DVD or Amplifier
16.4 Controlling your TV,Video Recorder, DVD and amplifier
17 Glossary
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18 Troubleshooting
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19 Technical specifications
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Code List für verschieden Marken/Brand code list
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Unpacking
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When unpacking your receiver, please make sure the following accessories are included:
2 - HDMI cable
3 - Mains cord
4 - Audio cable
-1Universal remote control with batteries
The package also includes the following documents:
• User manual for receiver
• Quick start guide
• Philips World-Wide Guarantee
Plastic bags can be dangerous.To avoid suffocation keep the bag away from babies and children.
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1 Quick installation for the reception
of satellite ASTRA 19.2° East
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Please read the safety and environmental instructions before connecting your
receiver.
Your TV set is fitted with an HDMI socket
You already have one satellite antenna installed.
Your antenna is fitted with one universal LNB.
Your antenna is correctly pointed at the ASTRA 19.2° East satellite.
You only want to install channels broadcast on the ASTRA 19.2° East satellite.
If your equipment does not meet all of the above requirements, proceed to chapter 8
- Disconnect your TV set from the mains.
- Connect your receiver as shown below. Do not connect your receiver to the mains now.
When connected as described below, volume control is performed via your TV set.
- Insert your smart card in your receiver with the contacts facing up.
Smart card insertion is required for Premiere subscribers only.
Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
TV set
EXT 1
EXT 2
Y
Pb
Pr
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
HDMI
Lead from your
TV antenna
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- Insert the two batteries supplied in your remote control.
Batteries are removable from the remote using common household tools.
The batteries supplied do not contain hazardous substances such as Mercury,
Cadmium, or Lead. However, they must not be disposed of with your
household waste but to a local separate battery collection system.
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- Switch on your TV set and select the appropriate HDMI input (refer to your TV
set user manual).
- Now plug the receiver's power supply cord into the mains.The receiver display
indicates
, then
.
- Press V-Output once.The receiver display should indicate
If
is displayed instead, proceed to chapter 8.
- Check that the welcome screen displays on the TV screen.
If no picture is displayed or the picture quality is poor, refer to section
Troubleshooting.
- Press P+ then P-.Wait for a few seconds for the First installation screen to appear.
• Select your favourite language.
• Select your country.
- Check for adequate signal strength and quality.
- Press OK to start searching for channels on Astra 19.2 East. During the search, a
bargraph indicates the channel search progress.This may take some time. It is to
ensure the receiver will not miss out on channels.
Once the scan has been successfully completed, a completion message is displayed.
- Press OK.
A new screen appears, with a message indicating that a search for new, upgraded
software is in progress:
- Either wait for software detection, and then proceed as indicated on screen. It is
recommended to accept software so as to keep your receiver up-to-date.
- Or press EXIT to stop searching for new software.
At the end of first installation, your receiver tunes to the first channel in the main TV
list.
For detailed information on first installation, see chapter 8.
For detailed information on other connections, refer to the on-screen help,
either by pressing the yellow colour key or via the menu by selecting the Help item.
Alternatively, see chapter 7.
Your remote control is set to perform volume control through a Philips TV set. If you
have a TV set other than Philips, refer to paragraph 16.3 to adapt the brand setting of
your remote control to your TV set.
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2 Meaning of symbols
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Important information:
Must be read and understood.
Your product has been 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 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.
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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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3 Safety instructions
Your 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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- Before connecting the receiver to the mains, check that the mains supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on the rear
of the receiver. If the mains voltage is different, consult your dealer.
- The receiver does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not attempt to open it. All maintenance work must be carried out
by qualified services centres.
- If you disconnect the receiver from the mains, make sure to unplug it from the wall socket and not just from the AC socket at
the back of the unit. Children could seriously injure themselves, as the free end of the cable is still live.
- It is recommended to unplug the receiver from the mains during lightning storms.
- If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced. Always refer to qualified services centres.
- To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the receiver to rain or moisture.
- The 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 receiver near heat sources such as radiators, stoves or other apparatus that produce heat. Protect it from
direct sunlight.
- When installing the receiver, ensure there is a gap of approximately 2 cm around the receiver to enable air to circulate freely and
prevent overheating.
- Leave accessible the mains connector at the back of the unit in case emergency shutdown is required.
- Do not place any combustible objects on the receiver (candles, etc.).
- No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the unit.The receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing. Should this happen, disconnect your receiver from the mains and consult your dealer.
- Make sure that children do not place any foreign objects in any of the openings.
- For cleaning, use a soft, damp (not wet) cloth. Never use any abrasive cloth and aerosol cleaners.
Your receiver, as any electronic equipment, consumes power. In order to reduce power consumption, please switch your
receiver to “Low Power” whenever you are not using it. For maximum energy saving we recommend you switch off the
receiver by unplugging it from the mains if you are not using it for a long time, e.g. during holidays.
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4 Product description
EN 4.1 Front panel
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1
W E R
T
Y
U
I
O
button with indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Standby (short key press)
“Low Power” (2-second key press) - indicator lit in red
Reset (5-second key press).
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P- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Channel down
Wake up the receiver from stand-by or “low power”.
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P+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Channel up
Wake up the receiver from stand-by or “low power”.
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TV/RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toggle between digital TV and digital radio.
Wake up the receiver from stand-by or “low power”.
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HDTV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indicate reception of HD programmes when lit in blue.
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Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Front panel display. See paragraph 4.2.
Open the door located on the right-hand side of the receiver front panel to access the following:
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V-Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Switch between output formats (HDMI,YPbPr, or EXT1).
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V-Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Select picture resolution (Auto, 1080i, 720p, or 576p).
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OK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Confirm selection.
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Smart card slot (slot 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See chapter 5.
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CI module slot (slot 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . See chapter 5.
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4.2 Front panel display
4.2.1 Pictograms
Represents progression of channel scan or volume change.
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Lit when a recording is running.
Lit during storage of data at the end of a channel scan.
Lit when a smart card is required.
Blinks when receiving a remote control command.
Lit when at least one recording or reminder has been
programmed.
Lit when watching satellite TV.
4.2.2 Description of segment display messages
Receiver connected to mains and in low power;
indicator lit in red
button
Receiver initializing. Please wait.
Receiver in stand-by
Receiver tuned on a digital TV channel, e.g. Disney Channel.
Receiver tuned on a digital Radio channel
Recording in progress.To cancel a recording which is in
progress press TIMER then 0.
The device connected to the EXT2 SCART of your receiver is
playing back a recording. Stop playback to return to digital channels.
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4.3 Rear panel
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SAT IN (*)
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RF OUT (*)
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USB (*) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . For future use
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L/R AUDIO OUT (*) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Left/Right analogue audio outputs to connect your receiver to your TV
left/right analogue inputs
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Input to connect the cable from your satellite dish
Output to connect another satellite receiver
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (*) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital audio output to connect your receiver to the digital coaxial input of
your digital audio equipment
Outputs to connect your receiver to the YPbPr or component inputs of your
TV set or video projector(2)
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YPbPr VIDEO OUT (*)
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EXT1/TO TV (*)
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EXT2/AUX (*) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCART(1) output to connect your video recorder or DVD player
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SPDIF (*)
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HDMI (*) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HDMI socket used to connect your TV set HDMI input
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SERIAL (*)
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Label showing the type and serial number of the receiver
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230V~50Hz 20W max(**)
Socket to connect the mains cord
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SCART(1) output used to connect your TV set or video projector(2)
Digital audio output to connect your receiver to the digital optical input of
your digital audio equipment using an optical cable (not supplied)
Connector used for servicing purposes by qualified service centres
* Safety Extra Low Voltage
** Hazardous Voltage
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(1)
SCART is also called Euroconnector or Péritel.
(2)
If you consider using a video projector, refer to its user manual for the best video format to feed it. If necessary, refer to
paragraph 14.5.2 to properly set the EXT1/EXT2 SCART Output.
5 Inserting your Smartcard
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5.1 Premiere smart card for Premiere content
You will be delivered a Premiere smart card when taking up a
Premiere subscription.
Insert your Premiere smart card in the direction indicated by the
arrow with the golden chip facing up, and push it as far as it will
go into the upper slot.
5.2 DVB-CI and smart card for other pay-TV providers
To de-scramble programmes from other pay-TV providers, you
need a common interface module (not supplied) and a smartcard
from the provider broadcasting these programmes (delivered
when taking up a subscription).
Insert the common interface module into the lower slot (slot 1),
and then insert the smartcard into the common interface module
with the golden or silver chip facing up.
Push the smart card as far as it will go into the CI module.
To remove the module from the slot, push the button on the
left-hand side of the slot.
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6 Using your remote control when the STB
mode is selected
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- Open info banner
- Then show extended programme
information
- Then close banner
SELECT
Select the STB,TV,VCR, DVD, or AMP
remote control mode
TEXT
In running mode: open/close teletext
RED, GREEN,YELLOW, BLUE
Colour keys
OPT (yellow)
Open the option menu for selection in
option channels or NVOD applications,
audio, teletext, and subtitles
BACK
- Recall last channel while watching
digital TV or listening to the radio
- Wake up the receiver from standby
EXIT
- Go back one step in the menu
Volume (1)
+/Turn the volume of your Philips TV set
up/down
Mute (1)
Audio mute on your Philips TV set
Standby
- Switch to Stand-by
- Switch to Low Power (key press more than
2 seconds)
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page up/down in lists
LIST
- Open current channel list
- Then switch between favourite lists
- Wake up the receiver from stand-by
EPG
Open/Close the Electronic Programme Guide
(EPG)
CURSOR keys
t/y
Move selection up/down within menus and
lists
u/ i
Select value for a setting
OK
- Call up current channel list while watching
digital TV or listening to the radio
- Select/confirm in menu
0-9
- Select a channel in digital TV mode.
- Directly select a menu item
- Wake up the receiver from stand-by
P+/P- Select next/previous channel
- Wake up the receiver from stand-by
TV/RADIO
- Toggle between digital TV and digital Radio
- Wake up the receiver from stand-by
MENU
Open/Close menu
(movie expand)
Control TV display format
TIMER
Set a recording timer from the EPG
Note: press TIMER then 0 to delete the active
timer.
V-Format
Switch between picture resolutions
V-Output
Switch between output sources (HDMI or
DVI/YPbPr/SCART)
Audio selection
SUBTITLE
Subtitle selection
(1) If you have a TV set other than Philips, refer to paragraph 16.3 to change the brand setting of your remote control.
Infrared interference on external devices
To avoid bad remote control reception, place your external devices out of sight of the ambient lights of your TV set.
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7 Connecting your digital receiver
There are several ways you can connect and integrate your digital receiver into your existing audio/video equipment setup.
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Warning!
Before starting:
- Unplug all equipment (TV set as well as recorder) from the mains. Do not connect your digital receiver to the mains supply now.
- Refer to the relevant connection diagram to incorporate your digital receiver into your existing audio/video setup.
7.1 Connections
7.1.1 Your TV set is HDTV capable (HD-Ready label)
You want to connect your receiver so as to receive HDTV in HD quality.
7.1.1.1 Digital connection to TV via HDMI (lead supplied) - recommended
You have an HD-Ready TV set which is fitted with an HDMI input.
Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
TV set
EXT 1
EXT 2
Y
Pb
Pr
VIDEO
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
HDMI
Lead from your
TV antenna
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7.1.1.2 Digital connection to TV via DVI - recommended if your TV set is not fitted with an HDMI input
You have an HD-Ready TV set which is fitted with a DVI input only.
Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
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Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
TV set
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
EXT 1
EXT 2
DVI
Lead from your
TV antenna
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7.1.1.3 Analogue connection to TV via YPbPr (lead not supplied)
You have a TV set which is fitted with a YPbPr input (component input, no HDMI or DVI input).
Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
You may not be able to receive some content-protected, premium HDTV channels as these are only available through HDMI or
DVI connection.
EN
Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
TV set
EXT 1
EXT 2
Y
Pb
Pr
VIDEO
Lead from your
TV antenna
L
R
AUDIO
INPUT
7.1.1.4 Connection to a recorder
TV set
EXT 1
Lead from your
TV antenna
EXT 2
To TV
Recorder
ANT IN
EXT 1
ANT OUT
EXT 2
Satellite Receiver
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7.1.2 Your TV set is only SDTV capable
Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
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Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
Lead from your
TV antenna
TV set
Recorder
EXT 1
ANT IN
EXT 1
ANT OUT
EXT 2
EXT 2
- Connect the cable from the satellite dish to the “SAT IN” socket of your digital receiver.
- Connect the “EXT1” SCART socket of your digital receiver to the RGB capable SCART socket of your TV using the SCART lead
supplied with your digital receiver.
- Connect the “EXT2” SCART socket of your digital receiver to the “EXT1/OUTPUT” SCART socket of your recorder using a
SCART lead.
- Plug all your equipment, excluding your digital receiver, into the mains.
This connection applies to both VCRs and DVD recorders fitted with one or two SCART sockets.With this connection set
up, you can:
• watch digital TV while you record analogue TV.
• watch analogue TV while you record digital TV.
• record the digital TV channel you are watching.
• watch play-back from your VCR or DVD.
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7.1.3 Digital audio connections
Depending on your audio equipment, you have several options to connect your digital receiver.
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Satellite Receiver
B
A
Digital Audio equipment
DIGITAL
SPDIF
CONNECTION (A)
Either
Connect the “SPDIF” digital audio output socket to the relevant input socket of your audio equipment using an optical cable (not
supplied). Consult the user manual of your audio equipment to locate the proper digital audio input. (1)
CONNECTION (B)
Or
Connect the audio “DIGITAL” output socket to the relevant digital audio input socket of your audio equipment using a single
CINCH cable (not supplied). Consult the user manual of your audio equipment to locate the proper digital audio input. (1)
(1)
With either connection, you can only control the volume (up/down and mute) using your audio equipment remote control; refer to the user
manual of your audio equipment.To perform volume control using your receiver remote control, refer to the remote control user manual.
When using one of these digital audio connections, you may experience a de-synchronisation between sound and pictures
(Lip synchronisation).To restore synchronisation, change the Lip Synchronisation setting as described in paragraph 9.6.
7.2 Connecting to a video projector to watch Digital TV
7.2.1 Your video projector is only SDTV capable
Connect the “EXT1” SCART socket of your digital receiver to your video projector.
Video projectors are often fed with S-Video format video signals. If this is the case with your projector, follow the instructions
below for connection and installation:
- Connect a SCART/S-Video adapter to the “TV” SCART of your receiver (not supplied), and connect the adapter to the S-Video
input of your video projector by means of a S Video cable.
- Installation: refer to chapter 14.5.2 to change the “TV/VCR output” setting of your digital receiver to S-VIDEO/PAL-CVBS.
7.2.2 Your video projector is HDTV capable (YPbPr, DVI, or HDMI interface)
Connect the HDMI, DVI, or YPbPr socket of your digital receiver to the corresponding input on your video projector.
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7.3 Connecting an additional satellite receiver to the RF OUT
output
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Satellite Receiver
Lead from
satellite dish
Additional Satellite Receiver
SAT
IN
To ensure proper reception only the receiver to be used should be switch on.The other one should be switched off.
To switch on or off your additional satellite receiver, refer to its user manual.
To switch off your satellite receiver, press the
button for more than 2 seconds. (You will see the Low Power indicator on the
front panel
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8 First installation
You have inserted the batteries supplied in your remote control.
Your receiver is connected to the satellite antenna,TV set and other equipment
according to one of the diagrams in chapter 7.
- Switch on your TV set and select the appropriate HDMI input (refer to your TV set
user manual).
- Plug the receiver’s power supply cord into the mains.The receiver display indicates
, then
.
- Press V-Output once, then check the receiver display indication:
• If
is displayed, check that the welcome screen displays
on your TV screen.
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• if
is displayed instead, successively press V-OUTPUT
until the source selected matches your connections as described in
paragraph 7.1 and the welcome screen appears on your TV screen.
- Press P+ then P-.Wait for a few seconds for the First Installation screen to appear.
8.1 Installation settings
- Select your favourite language.
- Select your country.
- Check for adequate signal strength and quality.
To install ASTRA 19.2° East:
- Press OK to start searching for channels broadcast on the ASTRA 19.2° East
satellite.The Installation screen appears.
- Proceed to paragraph 8.2.
To install ASTRA 19.2° East and other satellites:
- Press EXIT to access the Antenna Configuration screen.
- Select antenna settings as described in paragraph 14.6.1.
- Press OK to start searching for channels.The Installation screen appears.
- Proceed to paragraph 8.2.
If you press EXIT during the scanning process, you interrupt the scanning and
go back to the previous screen. In this case, none of the channels found are stored.
8.2 Channel search
Once the scan has been successfully completed, a completion message is displayed.
- Press OK.
A new screen appears, with a message indicating that a search for new, upgraded
software is in progress:
- Either wait for software detection, and then proceed as indicating on screen. It is
recommanded to accept software so as to keep your receiver up-to-date.
At the end of the first installation, the receiver tunes to the first channel in the
main TV list.
- Or press EXIT to stop searching for new software and tune the receiver to the
first channel in the main TV list.
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8.3 Search failure
In case of channel search failure, a message is displayed.
- Press EXIT to go back to either the First Installation or Antenna Configuration
screen.
EN
Before starting a new scan
The following checks are recommended to recover adequate signal quality and strength:
• Check the antenna cable.
• Then check the antenna connection to your receiver (see chapter 7).
• Then change the pointing of your antenna so as to maximize the level of the
signal quality and strength bargraph indicators, and then fasten your antenna
according to the antenna user manual instructions.
- When the signal strength and quality is adequate, press OK to launch a new search.
If the failure message appears again, refer to chapter 17 to find out the reason for failure.
For a proper diagnosis and installation check, call your installer.
9 Day-to-day operation
9.1 Switching your receiver ON,
or to LOW POWER or STAND-BY
In standby mode, there is no picture, no sound but your receiver is still active and the
display indicates the time or
.
In low power mode, your receiver is off and the
button indicator is lit in red.
Your receiver is in low power:
- Press P+, P-, or TV/RADIO either on the remote control or front panel, or press
any number key on the remote control to switch to standby.
Your receiver is in standby:
- Press P+, P-, or TV/RADIO either on the remote control or front panel, or press
any number key on the remote control to switch the receiver on.
You are watching digital TV or listening to digital radio.
- To put your receiver in stand-by, press either on the remote control or front panel.
- To put your receiver in “low power”, press
for 2 seconds either on the remote
control or front panel.
Although it is recommended to switch your receiver to “low power” when not using
it so as to save energy, bear in mind that update functions are not supported in “low
power”.Thus you should allow your receiver to remain in standby regularly (at least
once a week) so as to enable updates.
9.2 Switching from watching digital TV
to listening to digital radio
To switch your receiver from digital TV to digital radio and from digital radio to digital
TV:
- Press TV/RADIO either on the remote control or on the front panel.
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9.3 Changing channels while watching digital
TV or listening to digital radio
9.3.1 Using number keys of the remote control
EN
- Dial a number using the remote number keys to tune the corresponding channel.
9.3.2 Using P+/P- keys of the remote control
or P+/P- buttons of the front panel
- Press P+ to tune the next channel in the current channel list.
- Press P- to tune the previous channel in the current channel list.
9.3.3 Using channel lists
To select a channel from a channel list:
- Press LIST to display the current channel list (either the main TV list or a favourite
list previously selected).
- Press LIST repeatedly to display the list you want to select.
- Scroll to the channel you want to tune using the U or I key. Scroll from one page
to another using the or remote control key.
- Press OK to confirm your choice.You can preview the channel on the right hand
side of the screen or listen to the selected radio channel.
- Press OK again to close the channel list and watch the programme in full screen view.
Empty favourite lists cannot be opened.
9.4 Banner
An information banner is used to display information about the current channel and
programme. Each time you change channel, the banner appears at the bottom of the
screen, indicating:
• the current date and time
• the current channel list name
• the current channel name and number in the current channel list
• icons indicating the channel characteristics, e.g. availability of subtitles (see icon
description table)
• NOW programme information (and NEXT programme information, accessible
by pressing the Y key)
• a bar graph indicating:
• the start time of the current programme,
• the start time of the next programme,
• the current progress.
To display the banner anytime while watching digital TV or listening to digital radio:
- Press
(INFO).
For more info about the current programme while the banner is on:
- Press
(INFO) a second time.
To close the banner:
- Press
Icon
Description
Soundtrack selection
Current favourite list
Maturity rating available
Scrambled channel
Locked channel
Subtitles available
Dolby Digital audio available
(INFO) a third time.
Additional info available
9.5 Volume control
-/
+/
Your remote control is set to perform volume control through a Philips TV set. If you
have a TV set other than Philips, refer to paragraph 16.3 to adapt the brand setting of
your remote control to your TV set.
Reminder set
Recording timer set
16: 9 format available (EPG only)
HD programme available
Alternate options available
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9.6 Current programme
options/Lip Synchronisation
EN
The OPT key is used to directly access the video content selection, audio language,
subtitles language, teletext options and Lip synchronisation (sound-pictures
synchronisation).
To change the current programme options:
- Press OPT.
- Set the desired setting using the T or Y key.
- Press OPT to exit.
By default, subtitles are disabled.
If you use digital audio connections as described in paragraph 7.1.3 and experience
sound-pictures de-synchronisation, change the Lip Synchronisation setting.
To change the Lip Synchronisation setting:
- Press OPT.
- Press the blue colour key.
- Change the setting as appropriate using the T or Y key.
- Press the blue colour key to save the change.
- Press OPT to exit.
9.7 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
While watching digital TV or listening to digital radio:
- Press EPG to open the EPG for the current channel.The highlight is on the current
programme (also called “NOW” programme).
If after a short time no information appears for the current or the next programme,
it means that no information is available.
- Press
(INFO) to display extended information for the highlighted programme.
When information is made up of several pages, press or to scroll up or down.
Press
(INFO) again to quit extended information.
- Press the I or U key to move the highlight to the previous or next programme
respectively.
- Press the T or Y key to view the previous or next day programme list respectively.
- Press P- or P+ to view the previous or next channel programme list respectively.
To set a recording timer or a reminder, follow the instructions displayed on the
screen.
EPG information has to be updated regularly (at least once a week). Updates are
performed automatically every time you turn your receiver to standby.To allow for
complete update of EPG information, make sure you regularly turn your receiver to
standby. If your EPG information has not been completely updated, some pieces of
information may not be available; for instance, you might get incomplete information
when performing a search. Also note that EPG information has to be fully reloaded in
case of power failure, “low power” mode, or network or content modification.
9.8 Set or delete recording timers
Recording timers are used to perform VCR or DVD recordings.
Please note that during a recording your receiver is locked and most remote
control keys are inactive.To watch another digital channel, you must cancel
the active timer.
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9.8.1 Setting a timer in the EPG
- In the EPG, press TIMER once to set a recording on the selected programme that
is highlighted. Press TIMER once again to set a reminder on the programme.The
timer type is signalled in the highlight using icon
for recordings or icon
for
reminders. Press TIMER a third time to delete the timer.
EN
When setting a timer on a locked channel, you will be prompted to enter your
password.
To edit a timer from the EPG:
- Move the highlight to the desired programme and press OK to access the Timer
Edition screen.
9.8.2 Cancelling an active timer
A timer is active; recording is signalled by the
indication on the
display.
To delete the active timer:
- If your receiver is in standby, press P+, P-, TV/RADIO, or any number key.
- Press the key sequence TIMER then 0 to cancel the active timer.The
indication then disappears and you can change channels.
9.8.3 Your receiver is locked with the
indication shown on the front display
Your receiver is blocked because a timer is active.
- Press the key sequence TIMER then 0 to cancel the active time and recover full
control of your receiver.
9.9 Viewing teletext
- Press TEXT.
- Use number keys to select a page.
- Press TEXT to exit.
9.10 Checking or changing the video output
resolution setting
To check the current output resolution setting, press V-Format once.
In case the picture displayed is distorted, try switching between output resolution
settings by successively pressing V-Format.
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10 PIN-Code for the protection of minors
EN
By entering your PIN code, you can watch programmes that have been locked for child
protection at any time of the day or night - without neglecting the issue of child
protection. For a programme to be passed for universal viewing, a certificate is required by
law from the FSK (Free Self Control) on behalf of the State Child Protection Authorities.
For a locked programme to be broadcast, a 4-digit PIN code has to be entered.You
receive your PIN code together with your smart card.
This code is different from your password (also called “system password”).
11 Premiere features
Some Premiere channels offer you special features. On so-called "Options channels",
during sports broadcasts, you can choose between different matches (e.g. football),
change audio soundtracks (e.g. stadium/commentary) or choose between different
camera angles (Formula 1).
Using the "Options channels" on the PREMIERE DIREKT portal channels, you can also
choose the start time of your choice for the movie you're ordering.
11.1 Premiere Sports portal
Premiere sports broadcasts are available via the Options channels.This means that the
viewer can choose from a wide variety of channels and angles via the Premiere sports
portal.
To select a specific sports event, simply:
- Switch on the Premiere Sports portal.
- Press the yellow OPT button on your remote control.The options menu will be
displayed.
- Use the t or y buttons under picture selection to select the desired sports
broadcast.
- Press the OK button to view the programme.
11.2 PREMIERE DIREKT (Near-Video-on-Demand)
With PREMIERE DIREKT you choose programmes at different start times, round the
clock.
All the information about the programmes on offer, prices and the process of
ordering is available on the PREMIERE DIREKT portal or at www.premiere.de/direkt.
To view a film you've ordered from the PREMIERE DIREKT portal:
- Switch on PREMIERE DIREKT 5 minutes before the start of the film.
- Press the OPT button on the remote control.The options menu will be displayed.
- Use the t und y buttons under picture selection to select the options channel
you ordered with the correct time, for example D2 - 5.30pm.
- Press the OK button on your remote control to view the selected programme.
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12 Menu system
12.1 Menu tree
EN
Premiere menu
PIN-Code Change
Smartcard
CI-Module
System
Scan
Display
Dolby Digital
Wake-up channel
Timer Manager
Timer list
Mode
Channel List
Channel
Date
Start Time
End Time
Timer Type
Repeat
Channel manager
List Organisation
Select List
List Editing
Mode
Channel List
Modify
Channel Source
Channel pool
Satellite
Mode
Channel Pool
Sort
Display options
Banner Duration
Banner Transparency
Channel Number Input Latency
Timer Warning Duration
Front Panel Intensity in Standby
Zoom Factor applies on Menu
Language options
On-screen Language
Audio Language
Subtitle
Subtitle Language
Settings
For Parents
Decoder lock
Password change
Advanced Settings
TV Settings
TV screen format
for SD TV set
Resolution
for HD TV set
Display Format
EXT1 SCART Output
System Settings
DVD/VCR SCART Output
Video / DVD Recorder Control
Dolby Digital
Default Volume
TV Audio
DVD / VCR Audio
Time Settings
Time Offset
Factory Settings
Channel Search
Help for System Installation
Decoder Status
System Information
Software Upgrade
Antenna Configuration
LNB 1/2/3/4 Settings
LNB Control
Scan
LNB Configuration
LNB Type
Local Frequency1
Local Frequency2
Pointing to Satellite
Frequency Range
Method
Symbol Rate
Filter Configuration
Channel Access
Channel Type
Channel Lists
TV set Connection
DVD / VCR Connection
Audio Connection
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12.2 Menu navigation
12.2.1 Basics
EN
While watching digital TV or listening to the radio:
- Press the MENU key to display the Main Menu.
- Press the t or y key to select the desired menu item. Alternatively, dial the
number corresponding to the menu item you want to open.
- Press OK to display the sub items.
Press MENU to close the menu and return to watching TV.
12.2.2 Changing settings
Once you highlighted an adjustable item or sub item, you can then access the values
and make changes using the T or Y key to select an option and number keys to enter
numerical values.
When Parental control is activated, you need to enter your password to open
certain menu items.
12.2.3 Cancelling/storing changes
- Either press EXIT to exit the screen without storing changes.
- Or press OK to validate changes and exit the screen.
In both cases, the selection moves one step back in the menu.
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13 Premiere Menu
The Premiere Menu includes the following items:
o PIN Code Change
o Smartcard
o CI module
o System
o Scan
o Display
o Dolby Digital
o Wake up
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13.1 PIN Code Change
This screen is used to modify the PIN code for the protection of minors.
To modify your PIN code, follow the instructions displayed on screen.
13.2 Smartcard
This screen is used to display information about your smartcard.
13.3 CI module
This screen is used to open a dialogue with the common interface module and the
smart card inserted in it.
13.4 System
This screen is used to display information about your receiver, including the Premiere
Serial Number and software version.
13.4.1 Software Upgrade
13.4.1.1 Automatic software upgrade notification
While in Stand-by, your receiver searches for software upgrade. If available, a
notification is displayed at receiver wake-up from Stand-by.To upgrade your receiver,
follow the instructions displayed on screen.
13.4.1.2 Check for new software availability
- Press the red colour key from the System screen described above to launch a
search for new software. After a few seconds, the Software Upgrade screen
indicates whether new software is available.
- To proceed with the receiver software upgrade, refer to paragraph 14.5.5.2.
13.4.2 Factory Settings
This screen is used to reset your receiver back to the factory default condition.
- Press the green colour key.
- When prompted, press the green colour key again to confirm.
- Alternatively, press EXIT to exit the screen without modifying the receiver settings.
If you reset your receiver to factory settings, you lose all the settings you stored
previously.
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13.5 Scan
EN
This screen is used to view the date and results of the last scan performed. It may
also be used to launch a new scan.
- Press the green colour key to search for Premiere channels only.
- Alternatively, press the yellow colour key to search for All channels.
The Antenna Configuration screen is displayed, respectively with the Premiere
or All channel access filter set on.
- Press OK to start scanning.
13.6 Display
This screen is used to set your receiver according to your TV set screen format and
depending on the output selected (HDMI/DVI,YPbPr, or EXT1/2).
- Set values for the following (default settings are underlined):
HDTV output
HDMI/DVI
YPbPr
SDTV output
EXT1/2
TV Screen Format
16: 9
4: 3 or 16: 9, depending
on your TV set
Display format
Full Screen or Pillar Box, or Extended
See table in paragraph 14.5.1.
Auto or Letter Box, or
Centre Cut-Out
Resolution
Auto, 1080i, 720p, or 576p
Not adjustable
(always 576i)
RGB (recommended) or
CVBS, or S-VIDEO
TV SCART Output
Not applicable
AV Control
On (recommended) or
Off
- Press EXIT to exit the screen.
13.7 Dolby Digital out of the digital audio
output
This screen is used to enable/disable Dolby Digital sound.
When Dolby Digital is disabled, you can still get stereo sound in digital format (PCM).
13.8 Wake up
This screen is used to set the channel to be tuned at the receiver wake-up. Default
setting is programme 100.
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14 Settings
14.1 Timer Manager
EN
The Timer Manager is used to set, edit or delete:
o recording timers for the programmes you want to record using your VCR or
DVD recorder,
o reminders for the programmes you want to see in the near future.
To be able to record a digital channel using a VCR or DVD recorder, you must
program both your recorder and receiver:
- You must set a timer on your receiver.
- You must also set a timer on the VCR or DVD recorder (refer to the VCR or DVD
recorder user manual).
If you have a Philips VCR or DVD recorder, you can avoid setting a timer on the VCR
or DVD recorder by using the Video/DVD Recorder Control feature. Refer to
paragraph 15.3 for more information on Video/DVD Recorder Control.
To delete an existing timer:
- Scroll to the timer you want to delete.
- Press the red colour key to delete it from the timer list.
- Press EXIT to exit the screen.
To set or edit a timer:
- Scroll to the timer you want to edit and press OK to select it from the timer list.
- Alternatively, simply press the green colour key to set a new timer.
- Then set or modify the following:
• Mode: select TV or Radio service using the T or Y key.
• Channel list: select the list to which the channel you want to record belongs
using the T or Y key.
• Channel: select the number of the channel on which the programme you want
to record is broadcast using the T or Y key or number keys.
• Date: select a date using the number keys or the T or Y key.
• Start time: select a start time using the number keys or the T or Y key to
modify the default time in steps of 1 hour.
• End Time: select a end time using the number keys or the T or Y key to
modify the default time in steps of 1 hour.
• Timer Type: select Recording or Reminder
• Repeat: select Once for a single recording at the selected time and date,
Every day to record once every day, or Every week to record once every
week using the T or Y key.
- Press OK to confirm, or EXIT to go back to the timer list screen.
When a recording timer is active, you cannot change digital channels, but you can
switch to analogue TV from your TV set and zap through analogue channels.
14.2 Channel Manager
The Channel Manager sub menu includes the following items:
o List Organization
o List Editing
o Channel Pool
14.2.1 List Organization
This item is used to add new TV/Radio channel lists, delete existing TV/Radio channel
lists, or reorder or rename the existing lists.
- Select TV or Radio channel lists using the TV/RADIO key.
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To add or delete channel lists:
- Press the green colour key to add a new list.At this stage, the new channel list is empty.
- Or scroll to the list you want to delete using the ty keys, and press the red
colour key.You are then prompted to confirm deletion.
EN
To reorder your existing channel lists:
- Scroll to the list you want to move using the ty keys.
- Press the yellow colour key to enable the reordering feature.
- Move the channel list to the desired position using the ty keys.
- Press OK to confirm the new position.
To rename an existing channel list:
- Scroll to the list you want to rename using the ty keys.
- Press OK. A new screen appears.
- Press i to enable the renaming feature.
- Edit the channel list name, using the u or i key to move to the character to be
modified, and the ty keys to scroll through available characters.
Use the red colour key to delete a character, and the green colour key to switch
from upper to lower case.
- Press OK to confirm or EXIT to cancel your changes and return to the previous
screen.
To confirm your changes and exit the List Organization screen:
- Press EXIT.
14.2.2 List Editing
This item is used to edit your channel lists.
- Select the list to be edited by setting values for the following:
• Mode:TV or Radio depending on the type of channel list you want to edit
• Channel List: name of the channel list you want to edit
• Modification: modification feature you want to use: Add Channels or
Remove/Reorder Channels
In case you selected the Add Channels feature, you must also define the channel
pool from which you want to add channels by setting values for the following:
• Satellite: satellite broadcasting the channels you want to add
• Channel Pool: channel properties you want to use as filtering criteria
• Sort: list ordering method
- Press OK to access the next screen. It may take a few seconds for this screen to
appear.
To remove channels from the selected list:
- Scroll to the channel you want to delete using the ty keys and then press OK.
- Alternatively, press the red colour key to delete all channels.You are then prompted
to confirm deletion.
To reorder channels in the selected list:
- Scroll to the channel you want to move using the ty keys.
- Press the yellow colour key. Scrolling arrows appear.
- Move the channel to the desired position using the ty keys.
- Press OK to confirm.
To add channels to the selected list:
- Press the green colour key to add all the new channels available in the selected
channel pool, displayed on the left hand side of the screen.
- Alternatively, scroll to the channel(s) you want to add using the tykeys and press OK.
- Press EXIT to exit the screen.
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14.2.3 Channel Pool
The channel pool contains all the channels found during the scan.This item is used to:
o activate or de-activate channels from the channel pool;
o lock or unlock channels from the channel pool.
When zapping through the channel lists, de-activated channel names appear greyed
out, and locked channels are protected by PIN-Code.
EN
To set the subset of the channel pool you want to consult:
- Select values for the following:
• Satellite: satellite broadcasting the channels you want to manage
• Mode:TV or Radio depending on the type of channels you want to manage
• Channel Pool: channel properties to be used as filtering criteria
• Sort: list ordering method
- Press OK to access the next screen. It may take a few seconds for this screen to appear.
To activate all channels:
- Press the green colour key.
- Press OK to confirm or EXIT to cancel.
To de-activate a particular channel:
- Scroll to the channel you want to de-activate.
- Press OK to de-activate it. Press OK again to re-activate it.
- Press EXIT to exit the screen.
To lock a particular channel:
- Scroll to the channel you want to lock.
- Press the yellow colour key to lock it. A
is locked. Press OK again to unlock it.
- Press EXIT to exit the screen.
mark appears, indicating that the channel
14.3 Settings
Settings is used to set:
• Display options
• Language options
14.3.1 Display options
This screen is used to set display options according to your preferences.
- Select values for the following:
• Banner Duration: select a banner display duration, from 2 to 8 seconds using
the u or i key.
• Banner Transparency: select On to enable banner transparency.
• Channel Number Input Latency: select the time lapse after which a number
key press is taken into account, from 1 to 5 using the u or i key.
• Timer Warning Duration: select a banner display duration, from 15 seconds
to 5 minutes using the u or i key.
• Front panel intensity in Standby: Low or High
• Zoom factor applies on menu: from 1.0 (no zoom) to 1.2 (+20 % zoom)
- Press OK to confirm.
14.3.2 Language options
This screen is used to set language options according to your preferences.
- Select values for the following:
• On-Screen Language: select a language for on-screen display
• Audio Language: select your audio language
• Subtitles: select On, “If audio not available”, “Hard of hearing” for
special subtitles for deaf or Hard of Hearing viewers, or Off to disable subtitles.
• Subtitles Language: select subtitles language.
- Press OK to confirm.
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14.4 For Parents
EN
This screen is used to enable Parental Lock and change your receiver password.
The password is a 4-digit code used to lock channels and features of the receiver.This
code is different from the PIN code, which is a 4-digit code used to prevent access to
programmes not intended for persons under 18.
To enable Parental Lock:
- Select Yes to enable Parental Lock.
- Alternatively, select No to disable Parental Lock.
Additionally, you may modify your receiver password from this screen.
To modify your receiver password:
1 Press the red colour key to access the Password Change feature.
2 Enter your current password.
If you have never changed your password, enter
1234 (factory setting).
3 Enter your new password using number keys. Note that your password cannot be
made up of identical digits.
1911 must not be used as a password!
4 Enter your new password again to confirm.
5 Press EXIT.
14.5 Advanced settings
The Settings sub menu menu includes the following items:
• TV Settings
• System Settings
• Time Settings
• Decoder Status
• Factory Settings
14.5.1 TV Settings
This screen is used to set aspect ratio settings.
- Select values for the following (default settings are underlined):
- Press OK to confirm.
HDTV output
HDMI/DVI
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YPbPr
SDTV output
EXT1/2
Resolution
Auto, 1080i, 720p, or 576p
Not applicable
TV Screen Format
Not adjustable (always 16: 9)
4: 3 or 16: 9, or Auto
depending on your TV set
Display format
Full Screen or Pillar Box, or Extended
See tables below.
Auto or Letter Box, or
Centre Cut-Out
TV SCART Output
CVBS, or S-VIDEO
RGB (recommended) or
CVBS, or S-VIDEO
Display format is used to set the way the video is transformed in case the
broadcast aspect ratio and your TV screen format (4:3 or 16:9) do not match.
Select Auto for automatic format selection.
Case1:
Video via HD connection (HDMI/DVI or YPbPr)
TV screen format is supposed to be 16:9
EN
Broadcast is 4:3
Broadcast is 16:9
Broadcast is 4:3
Broadcast is 16:9
Pillar box
Extended
Full screen
Case2:
Video via SCART
TV screen format is either 4:3 or 16:9
Auto
TV is 4:3
Letter box
Centre cut-out
TV is 16:9
Any setting
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14.5.2 System Settings
EN
This screen is used to set your receiver audio/video output settings.
- Select values for the following:
• DVD/VCR SCART Output: select the EXT2 SCART output format supported
by your TV set and DVD/VCR (refer to your TV and DVD/VCR user manual for
more information)
• Dolby Digital: select ON to enable Dolby Digital sound
• Video/DVD Recorder Control: No, Prepare Record, or Record Link
depending on the control feature supported by your recorder (for more
information, refer to paragraph 15.3 of this manual or to your recorder user
manual)
• TV Audio: select Stereo or Mono depending the audio output format of your TV
• DVD/VCR Audio: select Stereo or Mono depending the audio output format of
your DVD/VCR
• Default Volume: select the volume level at wake-up.
- Press OK to confirm.
14.5.3 Time Settings
This screen is used to set the local time offset with respect to actual local time
retrieved from the network.
The offset setting is updated automatically when tuning on channels broadcasted by Astra.
- Select the appropriate Time Offset with respect to GMT time.
- Press OK to confirm and exit the screen, or EXIT to exit without storing the
changes.
14.5.4 Factory Settings
This screen is used to reset your receiver back to the factory default condition.
- When prompted, press the red colour key to confirm.
- Alternatively, press EXIT to exit the screen without modifying the receiver settings.
If you reset your receiver to factory settings, you lose all the settings you stored
previously.
14.5.5 Decoder Status
The Decoder Status sub menu menu includes the following items:
o System Information
o Decoder Upgrade
14.5.5.1 System Information
This screen is used to display information about your receiver, including the Premiere
Serial Number and software version.
You can also access this screen via the Premiere menu.
14.5.5.2 Software Upgrade
This item is used for software upgrades. Select it to check the current software
version as well as launch a search for new software. After a while, the Software
Upgrade screen indicates whether new software is available.
- Press EXIT to exit the screen in case no new software is available.
In case software is available, you are offered three options:
- Press the green colour key to choose to upgrade your receiver immediately, and
then press OK to launch new software installation.
- Or press the yellow colour key to choose to upgrade your receiver later, and then
press OK to confirm your choice. New software installation takes place as soon as
you set your receiver to standby.
- Or press the red colour key to refuse to upgrade your receiver and return to the
Decoder status sub menu.
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After successful software installation, a confirmation message is displayed. In case of
installation failure, a failure message is displayed, indicating that a new installation
attempt will take place as soon as you set your receiver to standby. In both cases,
press OK to exit the upgrade process.
You can also launch a search for new software from the screen described above using
the red colour key.
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Software upgrade messages
Software update starting
Software loading progress:
from 0 to 100%
Software storing progress: from 0 to 100%
Do not unplug the receiver before the
end of the storing operation.
14.6 Channel Search
This item is used to perform full satellite antenna system installation and search for
new channels.
Before starting a search, configure the settings according to the following sequence:
14.6.1 Antenna Configuration
- Select appropriate antenna control (Tone Burst or DiSEqC) depending on your
setup.
- Allocate the appropriate satellite(s) to the LNB(s). Alternatively, launch
auto-detection using the red colour key for automatic identification of available
satellites, then press EXIT to go back to the Antenna Configuration screen.
The system can detect the following satellites: ASTRA 19.2° East, ASTRA3 23.5° East,
HOT BIRD 13° East, Eutelsat W, and Türksat 1C.
- If necessary, configure the more advanced settings as described in the next
paragraphs.
14.6.2 LNB Configuration
To change the LNB and symbol rate settings:
- Press the blue colour key from the Antenna Configuration screen to access the
LNB Configuration screen.
- Select the LNB type corresponding to the selected LNB and the satellite it is
pointing at.
- Select the desired satellite: default setting is ASTRA 19.2° East.To select another
satellite, press the blue colour key.
- Select the frequency range to be scanned: press the blue colour key, and then select
either FULL to scan the whole frequency range, or CUSTOM to scan a particular
frequency range. In the second case, enter the range low and high frequencies.
- From the LNB configuration screen, you may also access the screen used to select
symbol rates for the selected LNB using the red colour key.
- Press EXIT once or twice to go back to the Antenna Configuration screen.
14.6.3 Filter Configuration
To define the channels to be searched:
- Press the green colour key from the Antenna Configuration screen to access
the Filter Configuration screen.
- Select values for the following scanning filters:
- Channel Access: select from the available channel groups; i.e. All, FTA (free-to-air),
PREMIERE, or FTA+PREMIERE
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- Channels lists: select RESET to replace all channel lists, VIRGIN to reset the
receiver to the factory settings by pressing the red colour key, and then launch first
installation, or NO CHANGE to keep your channel lists as they are.
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In case you select NO CHANGE, you will need to use the Channel Manager
feature to add channels to your lists from the updated channel pool.
- Press EXIT to go back to the Antenna Configuration screen.
14.6.4 Search for new channels
- Check for adequate signal strength and quality for each LNB/satellite.
To display the signal strength and quality for a particular satellite, scroll to the
corresponding LNB.
- If necessary, change the pointing of your antenna(s) so as to maximize the level of
the signal quality and strength bargraph indicators, then fasten your antenna(s)
according to the antenna user manual instructions.
To enable the audible signal quality indicator, press the yellow colour key.
- Press OK to start searching for channels.The Installation screen appears.
During the scanning process, the following information is reported on screen:
• the number of TV and Radio channels found,
• the scanning progress, indicated as a percentage,
• the strength of the signal and the quality of reception.
If you press EXIT during the scanning process, you interrupt the scanning and return
to the Antenna Configuration screen. In this case, none of the channels found are
stored.
When scanning has been successfully completed, a completion message is displayed as
well as the number of channels detected.
- Press OK to tune the receiver to the first channel in the main channel list.
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15 Advanced settings
15.1 Restoring factory settings
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To restore your receiver factory settings, refer to paragraph 14.5.4.
15.2 Changing the remote control setting
If you have other items of equipment in your home and the remote control of the Philips receiver interferes with them, you can
change the setting of the remote control. For this you must first change the setting of your remote control and then change the
setting of your receiver.
First change the setting of your remote control:
- Select the STB mode.
- Simultaneously press number keys 1 and 3 and hold them for at least 3 seconds.The green indicator surrounding the
blinks twice.
key
- Simultaneously release the two keys.
- Enter the new setting within the next 60 seconds:
• 1646 for alternative setting (STB 2)
• 1103 for the default factory setting (STB 1)
The green indicator surrounding the
key blinks twice again, indicating successful setting change.The remote control can also be
tested by trying to control the receiver. If the setting has been changed, the remote no longer operates the receiver.
If the batteries are removed while a key is being pressed, the default factory setting is restored.
Then change the setting of your receiver:
- Disconnect your receiver from the mains.
- Reconnect your receiver to the mains.The green indicator turns on, then it turns off while
displays.
When the green indicator starts blinking, simultaneously and briefly press the P+ and P- buttons on the front panel.
appears.
- Press the OK key of your remote control.
The display then indicates either the setting change or the setting change failure (see table below).
Remote control setting messages
Receiver in remote control setting change mode
or
Successful remote control setting change
Remote control setting changed
Remote control setting change failed
15.3 VCR or DVD recorder control
15.3.1 Connecting your equipment for Video/DVD Recorder Control
The Video/DVD Recorder Control feature allows automatic recording without requiring you to programme your VCR or DVD recorder.
All you need to do is set a recording timer on your receiver.Your VCR or DVD recorder will then start/stop recording automatically.
Prior to setting this feature:
- Consult the user manual of your VCR or DVD recorder to check if and how VCR/DVD is supported (sometimes called Easy
Recording). Most Philips VCR and DVD recorders support one of the two Video/DVD Recorder Control options, i.e. Prepare
Record or Record Link.
- Check that your TV and VCR or DVD are both fitted with two SCART sockets.
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- Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
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TV set
Lead from your
TV antenna
EXT 1
EXT 2
Recorder
ANT IN
EXT 1
ANT OUT
EXT 2
Satellite Receiver
- Connect the cable from the satellite dish to the “SAT IN” socket of your digital receiver.
• Connect the “EXT1” SCART socket of your digital receiver to the EXT1 SCART socket of your TV using the SCART lead
supplied with your digital receiver.
• Connect the “EXT2” SCART socket of your digital receiver to the EXT2 SCART socket of your recorder (called “IN” or
“DECODER”) using a SCART lead.
• Connect the EXT1 SCART socket of your recorder (called “OUT”) to the “EXT2” SCART socket of your TV using a SCART
lead.
- Plug all your equipment, excluding your digital receiver, into the mains.
- Read chapter 1 to proceed with the channel scan if not already done.
With this connection set up:
- You can watch digital TV while you record analogue TV.
- You can watch analogue TV while you record digital TV.
- You can record the digital TV channel you are watching.
Some VCR or DVD recorders need to be in standby to use the Easy recording or
Record link feature. Refer to your VCR or DVD recorder user manual.
15.3.2 Digital receiver and VCR or DVD recorder settings
- Depending on your VCR or DVD recorder brand and type, you have to set the recording control option to “Prepare Record” or
“Record Link”. Refer to the VCR or DVD recorder user manual, or try the two options to find out which is most suitable.
- Set your VCR or DVD to “Prepare Record” or “Record Link” to allow control by your digital receiver.
15.3.3 Recording using the Video/DVD Recorder Control feature
- Your digital receiver,TV and VCR or DVD are connected and set according to paragraph 15.3.1.
- You have set a timer on your digital receiver.
- At timer start, your VCR or DVD recorder starts recording, and at timer end it stops recording under the control of your digital
receiver.You no longer need VCR or DVD programming to record digital TV channels.
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16 Programming your remote control for your
audio/video equipment brands
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Prior to using your universal remote control, check or set the following:
- Device you want to control (Mode selection)
- Volume and mute control assignment
- Brand setting for your TV,VCR, DVD and Amplifier
16.1 Mode selection (selecting the device you want to control)
Your 5-in-1 remote control can be used to control most of your audio/video equipment
through various modes:
- STB mode for the control of your Digital Receiver
- TV mode for the control of your TV set
- VCR mode for the control of your VCR
- DVD mode for the control of your DVD or DVD Recorder
- AMP mode for the control of your audio tuner/amplifier.
Press SELECT once to check which mode is active.To change the mode, press SELECT repeatedly until the desired mode is
signalled by the corresponding indicator.The mode sequence is STB --> TV --> VCR --> DVD --> AMP.
16.2 Volume and mute control assignment
16.2.1 Default volume and mute control assignment
For each mode, you can select the device of your audio/video set-up to which volume and mute control is
assigned.
When in STB mode, the volume functions ( +,
- and
keys) can be controlled through your TV set,
amplifier, or digital receiver. By default, volume control is performed through a Philips brand TV set.
When in TV, VCR or DVD mode, the volume functions ( +,
- and
keys) can be controlled through your TV set or
amplifier. By default, volume control is performed through a Philips brand TV set.
When in AMP mode, the volume functions (
+,
- and
keys) can be controlled through a Philips brand amplifier only.
16.2.2 Changing the volume and mute control assignment
The procedures below assume you start from default settings.
Your Digital Receiver (STB),TV,VCR or DVD audio outputs are “all” connected to your amplifier
We advise you to assign volume control to your amplifier for all modes (STB,TV,VCR, and DVD).To do so:
- Press SELECT repeatedly to select the AMP mode.
- Simultaneously press keys 1 and 3 until the AMP indicator turns on then release these keys.
- Enter code 993.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks once after each entry.
- Press the
key.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks twice.
- and
keys).
From then on, whatever mode you are in, the AMP indicator turns on each time you press one of the ( +,
When controlling the volume, make sure the source selector of your amplifier is properly set (refer to your amplifier user manual
for source selection).
Your TV set is only fitted with SCART connectors (no HDMI, no DVI and no YPbPr)
We advise you to assign volume control to your digital receiver for the STB mode.To do so:
- Press SELECT repeatedly to select the STB mode.
- Simultaneously press keys 1 and 3 until the STB indicator turns on then release the keys.
- Enter code 993.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks once after each digit entry.
-
Press the
- key.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks twice.
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You have made several setting changes and you want to restore the default volume control assignment settings
(see table in next paragraph)
Default volume control assignment means:
in TV mode, volume control is performed through a Philips brand TV set
in VCR mode, volume control is performed through a Philips brand TV set
in DVD mode, volume control is performed through a Philips brand TV set
in AMP mode, volume control is performed through a Philips brand amplifier only.
To restore default settings:
- Simultaneously press keys 1 and 3 until the indicator surrounding the
- Enter code 981.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks twice.
key blinks twice then release these keys.
16.3 Changing the brand setting of your remote control for your TV,
VCR, DVD or Amplifier
By default at first power up or at first installation, your universal remote control is pre-set to control your Digital Receiver as well
as most Philips brand audio/video devices.
If you have other brands of devices, or if the presets do not enable you to control your Philips device, please follow the procedure
below.
1 Choose one brand code, made up of 4 digits, from the code list at the end of this manual. (If several codes are possible, go
through this procedure with the first code and try your remote control. If you are not successful, repeat the procedure with
the second code, and so on).
2 Press the SELECT key repeatedly to choose the mode corresponding to the type of device you want to set up (TV,VCR, DVD
or Amp/Tuner).
3 Simultaneously press digits 1 and 3 until the indicator surrounding the
key blinks twice then release these keys.
4 Enter the 4 digit code corresponding to the device brand you have chosen.The indicator surrounding the
key blinks once
key blinks twice after the fourth entry.
after each one of the first three entries.The indicator surrounding the
If an invalid code has been entered, the indicator surrounding the
key blinks once only. Restart from step 1.
We advise you to fill in the table below to keep a record of your personal remote control settings.This will be helpful the day you
have to replace the remote control batteries (see Note 1 below).
Default setting
M
O
D
E
Your personal setting
Brand
Code
Volume control
performed through
TV set
Philips
0556
TV
Video rec.
Philips
0081
TV
DVD
Philips
0539
TV
Amp.
Philips
1742
AMP
STB
STB 1
TV
Brand
Code
Volume control
performed through
STB (1 or 2)
1 Battery change
If the battery change takes more than 1 minute the remote control may return to the Philips default settings.Therefore you have
to proceed with a new setting of your remote control with the help of the table above for your non-Philips branded devices.
2 Disclaimer
All manufacturers are concerned about the constant improvement of their products. Although your remote control is
compatible with most of the equipment of the following list, Philips cannot guarantee its operation with the complete range of
products on the market.
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16.4 Controlling your TV,Video Recorder, DVD and amplifier
Some of the functions described in the next pages may not be available or have the same behaviour for all brands of the same devices.
16.4.1 Using the remote control when the TV mode is selected
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Standby
Standby / Power on/off
Open/Close On Screen Display
SELECT
Remote control Mode selection
RED, GREEN,YELLOW, BLUE
Contextual keys in teletext
CURSOR keys
t/y
Item selection in Menu
u/ i
Change value of menu item option
OK
Acknowledge a selection
BACK
Last channel recall (Philips only)
EXIT
Exit, Menu off
Volume
+/Volume Up/Down
Mute
Sound Mute
P+/PChannel Up/Down
0-9
Channel selection
Audio track selection
MENU
Open/Close menu
Movie Expand/ TV display format
V-Output
TV AV/Source selection
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16.4.2 Using the remote control when the VCR mode is selected
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Standby
Standby / Power on/off
SELECT
Remote control Mode selection
: Search reverse
Stop
: Pause
: Play
: Search Forward
Volume
+/Volume Up/Down
Mute
Sound Mute
P+/PChannel Up/Down
0-9
Channel selection
Movie Expand
TIMER
Recording (Press TIMER + OK to start
recording)
V-Output
TV/VCR
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16.4.3 Using the remote control when the DVD mode is selected
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Open/Close On Screen Display
Standby
Standby / Power on/off
SELECT
Remote control Mode selection
Stop
: Search reverse
: Pause
: Play
CURSOR keys
t/y
Item selection in Menu
u/ i
Change value of menu item option
: skip Forward
OK
Acknowledge a selection
EXIT
Menu Off
Volume
+/Volume Up / Volume Down
Mute
Sound Mute
P+/PSkip forward - Next track / Skip reverse
- previous track
0-9
Direct track selection
SUBTITLE
Subtitle selection
Movie Expand
MENU
Open/Close menu
TIMER
Recording (Press TIMER + OK to start
recording)
V-Output
Input selection / TV-DVD
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16.4.4 Using the remote control when the AMP mode (tuner/amplfier) is selected
EN
Standby
Standby / Power on/off
SELECT
Remote control Mode selection
RED (facing the STB LED indicator):
Select SAT input
GREEN (facing the TV LED indicator):
Select TV input
YELLOW (facing the DVD LED indicator):
Select DVD input
CURSOR keys
t/y
Preset Up/Down
u/ i
Tuning Down/Up
BLUE (facing the AMP LED indicator):
Select tuner/Select amplifier input
Volume
+/Volume Up/Down
Mute
Sound Mute
P+/PPress Up/Down
0-9
Channel selection
V-Output
AMP source selection
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17 Glossary
Common interface: standardised interface enabling to use a common interface module
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Common interface module: hardware unit used together with the appropriate smart card to descramble programmes from a
given provider
Dolby Digital: Digital Audio Compressed (5.1 Channel)
DVI: Digital Video Interface
HD: High Definition
HDCP: High-bandwidth Digital-Content Protection
HDMI: High Definition Multimedia Interface
HDTV: High Definition TeleVision
HDTV label: indicates compliance of a receiver with the minimum requirements for HDTV
HD-Ready label: indicates compliance of a TV set with the minimum requirements for HDTV
Lip Synchronisation: setting used to synchronize sound and pictures in case a delay is experienced, in particular if the sound of
speech does not match lip movements.
LNB loop-through: function allowing to by-pass the antenna RF signal to the RF output in order to feed another satellite
receiver
OSD: On-Screen Display
Password: 4-digit code used to lock channels and features of the receiver
PIN-Code: 4-digit code used to prevent access to inappropriate Premiere programmes (parental control)
SD: Standard Definition
SDTV: Standard Definition TeleVision
SPDIF: Sony/Philips Digital audio InterFace
YPbPr: component video signal (Y for luminance, PbPr for colour)
SCART Loop-through: function allowing automatic signal by-pass for playback from a VCR or DVD player/recorder connected
to SCART EXT2
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18 Troubleshooting
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Please be aware that new software may change the functionality of your receiver.
Should you experience any difficulties with the operation of the receiver, please consult the relevant section of this manual,
including this Troubleshooting section. If the problem cannot be solved, call your dealer or a customer service adviser.
Symptom
The display on the front panel does not light up.
Cause
Faulty power supply
Remedy
Check that the power cord is correctly
connected. Disconnect this cord and reconnect
it to ensure it is in place.
Check that the power is available at the wall
socket.
The welcome screen does not display at first
installation.
No sound or picture but the front panel displays
Faulty connections
Check connections at your TV set (HDMI, DVI
or YPbPr connection, and SCART connection).
Incorrect TV source selection
Select the appropriate TV source (refer to your
TV user manual).
The selected receiver output does not match
the connection to your TV set.
Press V-Output once to check the current
receiver output setting. If it does not correspond
to the actual connection to your TV set, press
V-Output repeatedly until the setting and
connection match.
Receiver in Standby
Press P+, P-, TV/RADIO, or any number key.
Poor connections
Check the connections.
Poor signal
Check the connections at the LNB and between
the LNB and the receiver, or adjust the dish.
Dish pointed incorrectly
Adjust the dish pointing. Check the signal level
from the Antenna Setup menu.
Incorrect dish pointing
Adjust the dish pointing.
the time or
No sound or picture but the front panel displays
a channel number.
Poor picture
The remote control does not operate your
receiver.
Make sure the receiver is on.
Make sure you are pointing the remote control
at the receiver front panel.
Check the batteries in your remote control.
The display appears frozen and the remote
control does not operate your receiver
Receiver "hanged up" or blocked
Press the
button on the receiver front panel
for at least 5 seconds.Your Preferences will not
be lost. Release the button and wait for a stable
front display indication. Alternatively, disconnect
your receiver from the mains, then reconnect it
and wait for a stable front display indication.You
can then continue with normal operation.
On-screen display working but there is no
reception
Poor reception/signal
Check the installation and the antenna positioning.
No power fed to LNB
Check the cable between the LNB and the receiver.
Faulty connections
Check all connections and cable.
Incorrect dish pointing
Adjust the dish pointing. Fasten the antenna securely.
Note 3 - Insert the smart card in the direction of
the arrow with the golden chip facing up/down.
The smart card was inserted incorrectly.
Insert the smart card into the receiver as
described in the user manual.
Sound not synchronized with pictures when
using digital audio connection
You use digital audio connection option A or B
as described in 7.1.3.
Change sound-pictures synchronisation
(Lip Synchronisation) as described in 9.6.
Intermittent reception
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Symptom
Note 9 - Your smart card subscription is no
longer active.
Note 10 – Your smart card does not allow you
to watch this programme.
The picture is not sharp and on-screen text is
difficult to read.
You cannot find all the channels you think should
be available.
Cause
Your subscription has not yet been re-activated.
Remedy
If you are subscribing for the first time, contact
the Premiere customer service so that your
subscription can be activated.To do this, insert
the smart card into the digital receiver. Select a
channel to which you are subscribed and wait
for around 60 minutes to obtain the activation.
As the subscriber programme has not been
watched for some time, your subscription could
not be re-activated.
If you already subscribe to Premiere, insert the
smart card into the digital receiver. Select a
channel to which you are subscribed and wait
for around 60 minutes to obtain the reactivation.
Your subscription has not yet been re-activated.
If you are subscribing for the first time, contact
the Premiere customer service so that your
subscription can be activated.To do this, insert
the smart card into the digital receiver Select a
channel to which you are subscribed and wait
for around 60 minutes to obtain the activation.
You have not taken up a subscription to this
channel.
Check that you have taken up a subscription to
this channel. Otherwise, contact the Premiere
hotline to subscribe to this channel.
TV SCART output format not set to RGB
Change the setting of the TV SCART item to
RGB from the System Setting menu.
TV SCART not connected to the RGB capable
SCART socket of your TV set.
Refer to your TV User Manual.
Inappropriate TV SCART
Use the SCART cable supplied with your receiver.
The signal to your antenna may be weak.
Try retuning your receiver, following the relevant
steps in chapter 1. If you are still missing
channels, your antenna may need adjusting.
Your antenna may need adjusting
Call your installer.
Some wireless DECT phones (handset + base
station) could have a negative effect on the
number of channels that you receive.
When you install your receiver, disconnect the
wireless DECT phone from the mains or make
sure there is a 3-5 metre distance in between
the two products (handset + base station)
The picture on some channels seems to have
been stretched or squashed.
The broadcast is probably in wide screen and
the receiver settings may not be correct.
Check the receiver “TV format” option setting,
following the information in paragraph 14.5.1. If
you have a wide screen TV, you may also need to
check the settings on your TV.
Even if you use the number keys, you cannot
access a particular channel.
The parental lock has been activated on this
channel and a message asks for your parental code.
Enter your parental code to access the channel
or remove it as a locked channel.
Your subscription rights do not include this channel
Select another channel.
You set a timer but did not record what you
wanted.
The recorder was set incorrectly.
Make sure that your recorder is set for the same
time as your digital receiver.
The order of the channels has changed.
They have been re-arranged as described in
paragraph 13.2.2.
Refer to this chapter to change the order again.
You have forgotten your receiver password.
From the main menu, press 5 to go to the For
Parents screen.When prompted, enter the
following 4-digit code: 1911.Then enter 1234 as
your current password, and proceed as
described in paragraph 14.4.
You have forgotten your PIN code for the
protection of minors.
Call the Premiere Call Centre on:
0180/512 00 00* for Germany
or 01/49166 400 for Austria
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For problems that are not related to Premiere programmes or the Premiere smart card, but rather due to your receiver, call the
Philips call centre on 0180/500 75 31* for Germany or 0820 400 039* for Austria.
*open 7 days from 08.00 to 23.00 - 0.12 Euros/min
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19 Technical specifications
This product is in conformity with the requirements of the 95/47/EC and 2002/21/EC directives.
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Decoding
- MPEG-2 (720 x 576interlaced) DVB compliant
up to MP@ HL
- MPEG-4/H.264 (1920 x1080 interlaced) DVB
compliant up to HP@L4
- Video bit rate: up to 20 Mbit/sec
- Video format: 4 :3 and 16 :9
- Resolution: automatically up to 1920 x 1080
interlaced
- Automatic VCR play back: Audio L/R + CVBS
or RGB/Fast blanking
- Variable LNB frequency
- DiSEqC 1.0 antenna control
- RF input short circuit protection
- Software upgrade: over-the-air download
- 1 Watt consumption in “Low power” mode
- HDMI video & audio digital output
- Dolby Digital audio output
Application system resources
Audio decoding
- MPEGI layer I/II
- Dolby Digital
- Multi-channel down-mixing
Ease of Installation
- Preset for 4 satellites including Astra 19.2 East
satellite.
- Semi-automatic channel installation
- Automatic channel list update
- Up to 5000 system presets
- Up to 600 user presets
Ease of Use
- 13 digit multi-information display
- Channel list editing for personalized installation
(delete, add, move)
- 5 TV channel lists
- 5 Radio channel lists
- Full remote control
- EPG list per channel
- Automatic recording via:
- Timer programming in EPG
- “Easy Recording” for Philips VCR and DVDRW with:
Either “Prepare Record”
Or “Record link”
- Now & Next programme monitoring
- 5 in 1 multi-brand remote control
Operation/Features
- Reception of High definition and standard
definition digital TV programmes
- TV & Radio modes
- Free-to-air reception
- Premiere and other Pay-TV programmes reception
- Subtitles
- Integrated Teletext decoder
- Parental lock with PIN code
- Audio mode: Mono, Stereo
- Menu-controlled installation and operation
- 8 event Timers/Reminders
- Processor: 266 MHz
- SDRAM:
- for System: 64 MB
- for Audio/Video/Graphics: 64 MB
- Flash - Data/Code: 16 MB
- EEPROM: 32 kB
Satellite antenna interface
- SAT input: F type connector
- LNC supply (V): 0/14/18
- LNB current (mA): 400 max
- Tone switching: 22 kHz (on/off)
- DiSEqC: 1.0 for 4 sat. orbital positions
- RF loopthrough output: F type connector
Reception-Demodulation
- Demodulation type:
- DVB - S
- DVB - S2
- Input frequency range (MHz): 950-2150
- Input level range (dBm): -65 to -25
- Symbol rate (Mbaud) DVB-S: 2 to 30
- Symbol rate (Mbaud) DVB-S2: 2 to 30
- Satellite band coverage
- Ku band: 10.7 to 12.75 GHz
De-scrambling
- Embedded
- Type: DVB compliant
- Smart card reader: 1 for CA
- CA system: Nagravision
Note: a subscription is required to watch
Premiere programmes.
- Via DVB-CI (module and card are not provided)
Connections
- HDMI
- YPbPr
- EXT1 SCART
Output: CVBS, Controlled audio L/R, RGB/FB,
Slow blanking
- EXT2 SCART
Input: CVBS, Slow blanking, Audio L/R,
RGB/Fast blanking
Output: CVBS, Audio L/R, Slow blanking during
timer if "Prepare Record" mode is
activated
- Audio outputs:
L/R outputs: volume controlled analogue audio
DIGITAL output: Dolby Digital or PCM
SPDIF output: Dolby Digital or PCM
- Digital interfaces:
Serial: RJ 9
USB: version 2.0 host
DVB - CI: 1slot on the front
Card reader: 1slot on the front
Accessories
- Remote control type RC4338
- HDMI lead
- User manual
- Worldwide Guarantee booklet
- Batteries: 2 x 1.5V type AA/R06
- Mains cord (2 m)
Miscellaneous
- Temperature range
Operating: +5 to 45 °C
Storage: -10 to +70 °C
- Mains: 230 V ~ +/-10% - 50 Hz
- Power consumption: 20 W
- Low power consumption: 1 W
- Weight: 2 kg
- Including packaging: 3.2 kg
- Dimensions:
- Product: 360 x 220 x 55 mm
- Packaging: 495 x 290 x 120 mm
Multi-language
- Menu: English, German
- User Manual: English, German
The product complies with the
following European Directives:
- 73/23/EEC
- 93/68/EEC
- 89/336/EEC
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Due to continued product improvements, this information is subject to change without notice.
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Code List für verschiedene Marken/Brand code list
Setup-Code für alle Verstärkermodelle (A)
Setup Code For All Audio Amplifiers (A)
Garrard
Goodmans
Bush
Goodmans
Lexia
Limit
MaXmann Electronics
Minowa
Mustek
Optimus
Pioneer
RCA
Red Star
Redstar
Reoc
Roadstar
Schneider
Sony
Synn
TCM
Tevion
Thomson
Yamaha
Grundig
Grunkel
Hanseatic
Harman/Kardon
Harwood
HCM
Hitachi
Hitech
Hoeher
Inkel
Integra
Intersound
JBL
Jensen
JVC
Kenwood
Kompernass
Lenoxx
Lenoxx Sound
LG
Lifetec
LXI
Magnat
Magnum
Marantz
Matsui
MBO
Medion
MEI
Micromaxx
Microstar
Mustek
Mx Onda
NAD
Nikkai
Nikkei
Onkyo
Optimus
Orion
Palladium
Panasonic
Paramount Pictures
Philips
Phonotrend
Pioneer
Prima Electronic
Proline
Quelle
Radionette
RCA
Recco
Red Star
Roadstar
Rotel
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Schneider
SEG
Sharp
Sherman
Sherwood
1301
1301, 1617
1301
1408
1357
1156
1617
0327
0327
0327
1408
1408
1408
1301
1156
0716
1408
1156
1156
1156
0381
Setup-Code für alle Audio Verst./Tuner-Modelle (R)
Setup Code For All Audio Amp/Tuners (R)
AEG
Aiwa
Akai
All-Tel
Amstrad
Anam
Apex Digital
Audiosonic
Bang&Olufsen
Basic Line
Belson
Binatone
Bose
Bush
Cambridge Audio
Carver
CCE
Centrex
Centrum
Clatronic
Cosmotron
Daewoo
Dantax
Denon
Denver
Digitrex
DiK
DK Digital
DMTech
Dual
eBench
Elta
Eltax
Ferguson
Fisher
Futronic
104
1417
0148, 1432, 1668, 1415
0142, 0636, 1417
1417
0771
0636
1284
1416
0826
1581
1416
1416
1382
0824
1674
0387
1379
1284
1247
0824
0824
1205, 1277, 1463
0490, 1417
1131, 1387, 1487
1416
1284
0824
1447
1666
1247, 1417, 1447, 1666
0771, 0824
0771, 0824, 1417
1567
1181
0387
1351
0490
0636, 0771, 0774, 0824, 1205, 1226, 1417, 1447,
1638
0824, 1371, 1666
0771
1417
1331, 1337
0771
1417
1226, 1371, 1581, 1828
0771
1284
0529
1347
0771
1317
0781
0101, 0491, 1227, 1401, 1522
0213, 1054, 1340, 1596, 1597
0824
1638
1638
1320, 1551
0824
0771
1416, 1666
1638
1296, 1316
0771, 0774, 0824
1379
0824, 1447
1417
1447
0824
1379
0771, 0824
0347, 0636
1416
0771
1325, 1347, 1558
0213, 0771, 0781, 1050
0490
0824, 1247, 1320, 1371, 1417, 1452
1315, 1335, 1545, 1790
1247
1296, 1316, 1742
0529
0213, 0316, 1050, 1211, 1311, 1486, 1683
0824
0824, 1284, 1417
1205
1320
1181
0824
1416
0774, 0824, 1638
0820
1226, 1308, 1322, 1451
0636, 1356
0387, 0771, 1828
0771, 1205, 1226, 1247, 1417
1277, 1581
0213, 1641
1351
0529, 0680
Siemens
Silva Schneider
Sony
Soundwave
Stereophonics
Sumida
Sunfire
Tandberg
Tangent
TCM
Teac
Technics
Tevion
Thomson
Thorn
Tokai
Toshiba
United
Universum
Venturer
Vestel
Victor
Waitec
Watson
Welltech
Wharfedale
Xenius
Yamaha
Yukai
Zenith
0636
1417, 1551
1185, 1285, 1468, 1481, 1585, 1685, 1785, 1786,
1885
0636
1050
0771
1340
1581
1567
0824
0490, 0636, 0680, 1298, 1306, 1417, 1506, 1555,
1253, 1490
0235, 1335, 1336, 1545, 1790
1416, 1452, 1638
1181, 1381
0771
1417
1599
1417
0636, 0771, 0781, 0824, 1205, 1247, 1417, 1452,
1463, 1636
1417
1581
0101
1379
0824
0824
1417
1417
0203, 0213, 0739, 1303, 1358
1379
0771
Setup-Code für alle TV-Gerätmodelle (T)
Setup Code For All TVs (T)
A.R. Systems
Acura
Admiral
Adyson
Agashi
AGB
Agef
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
Akiba
Akura
Alaron
Alba
All-Tel
Allorgan
Amplivision
Amstrad
Anam
Andersson
Anex
Anglo
Anitech
Ansonic
Arcam
Ardem
Aristona
ART
ASA
0401, 0482
0036
0114, 0120, 0190, 0291, 0390
0243, 0244
0243, 0244
0543
0114
0036, 0243, 0244, 0291
0728, 0732, 1943
0036, 0062, 0099, 0190, 0205, 0235, 0243, 0244,
0245, 0291, 0388, 0398, 0460, 0500, 0507, 0543,
0575, 0583, 0608, 0629, 0633, 0658, 0675, 0741,
0742, 0772, 1564
0245, 0309, 0482
0036, 0245, 0291, 0309, 0439, 0695, 0741, 1064
0243
0036, 0063, 0190, 0243, 0245, 0262, 0274, 0382,
0398, 0445, 0470, 0514, 0608, 0695, 0741, 1064
0892
0233, 0244
0244, 0397
0036, 0204, 0245, 0291, 0389, 0398, 0439, 0460,
0543, 0608, 0675, 1064
0036
1190
0448
0036, 0291
0036, 0309
0036, 0131, 0319, 0397, 0695, 1464
0243, 0244
0741
0583
1064
0097, 0114, 0131
Asberg
Asora
Asuka
Atlantic
Audiosonic
Audioton
Audiovox
Autovox
Awa
Axxent
Baird
Bang & Olufsen
Barco
Basic Line
Baur
Bazin
Beaumark
Beko
Beon
Berthen
Best
Bestar
Bestar-Daewoo
Binatone
Black Diamond
Black Panther
Blaupunkt
Blue Sky
Blue Star
Bondstec
Boots
Bosch
BPL
Brandt
Brinkmann
Brionvega
Britannia
Bruns
BTC
Bush
Canton
Carad
Carena
Carrefour
Carver
Cascade
Centrum
Century
CGE
Cimline
Cineral
Citizen
City
Clarivox
Clatronic
Clayton
CMS
CMS Hightec
Condor
Conrac
Contec
Continental Edison
Cosmel
Crosley
Crown
0129
0036
0244, 0245, 0291
0233, 0347
0036, 0136, 0244, 0245, 0291, 0364, 0397, 0401,
0513, 0741, 0742
0244, 0291, 0513
0478
0114, 0233, 0244, 0274, 0571
0036, 0038, 0063, 0135, 0184, 0244, 0633
0036
0099, 0100, 0220, 0235, 0244
0114, 0592
0407
0036, 0244, 0245, 0309, 0366, 0401, 0482, 0583,
0695, 1064, 1190
0388, 0539, 0562, 0571
0244
0205
0397, 0445, 0513, 0633, 0741, 0742, 0835, 1064
0445
0695
0364, 0448
0397, 0401
0401
0244
0641, 1064, 1936
0129
0063, 0197, 0222, 0482, 0562
0245, 0309, 0482, 0514, 0526, 0583, 0695, 0741,
0742, 0835, 1064
0309
0274
0036, 0244
0347
0309
0136, 0314, 0362, 0587, 0652, 0741
0445, 0513, 0695
0114, 0389
0243, 0244
0114
0245
0036, 0063, 0235, 0244, 0245, 0262, 0291, 0309,
0382, 0388, 0390, 0398, 0401, 0514, 0583, 0608,
0641, 0644, 0688, 0695, 0741, 1064, 1927
0245
0637, 0695, 1064
0482
0063, 0097
0197
0036
1064
0114, 0265, 0274
0274, 0397, 0445
0036, 0245
0478
0087
0036
0097, 0364
0036, 0129, 0244, 0245, 0274, 0291, 0347, 0397,
0398, 0606, 0633, 0741
1064
0243
0244
0036, 0274, 0291, 0309, 0347, 0397, 0438, 0445
0835
0036, 0063, 0184, 0243
0136, 0314, 0514
0364
0114, 0274
0036, 0235, 0366, 0397, 0439, 0445, 0448, 0513,
0514, 0606, 0633, 0741, 0742, 1064
105
CS Electronics
CTC
Curtis Mathes
Cybertron
D-Vision
Daewoo
Dainichi
Dansai
Dansette
Dantax
Dayton
Daytron
De Graaf
Decca
Dell
Denko
Denver
DER
Desmet
Digiline
Digitor
Digix
Dixi
Domeos
Domland
Dream Vision
Dual
Dual Tec
Dumont
Durabrand
Dynatron
E-Elite
Edison-Minerva
Elbe
Elbe-Sharp
Electrograph
Elekta
Elin
Elite
Elman
Elta
Emco
Emerson
Emperor
Erres
ESA
ESC
Etron
Eurofeel
Euroman
Europhon
Evolution
Expert
Exquisit
Fenner
Ferguson
Fidelity
Filsai
Finlandia
Finlux
Fisher
Flint
106
0243, 0245, 0274
0274
0087
0245
0583
0036, 0244, 0245, 0401, 0478, 0526, 0583, 0661,
0688, 0892, 0907, 1936
0243, 0245
0036, 0062, 0063, 0235, 0243
0439
0741, 0742
0036
0401
0235, 0390, 0575
0099, 0244, 0543, 0648
1481
0291
0614
0220
0036, 0114, 0347
0132, 0695
1751
0907
0036, 0114
0695
0421
1731
0244, 0286, 0379, 0421, 0558, 0571, 1164
0244
0097, 0114, 0129
1464
0039
0245
0514
0244, 0265, 0286, 0319, 0389, 0438, 0462, 0543,
0637, 0657
0543
1782
0291, 0309
0036, 0131, 0388, 0575
0245, 0347
0129
0036, 0291
0274
0097, 0114, 0204, 0205, 0274, 0309, 0347, 0388,
0397, 0398, 0513, 0741, 1936
0309
0039
0839
0244
0036
0244, 0291
0243, 0244, 0291, 0448
0129, 0244, 0543
1783
0233
0274
0036, 0401
0100, 0136, 0220, 0222, 0265, 0314, 0362, 0470,
0575, 0587, 0652, 1064
0190, 0220, 0243, 0291, 0388, 0390, 0398, 0439,
0539, 0558, 0571
0244
0099, 0190, 0235, 0373, 0390, 0575
0097, 0099, 0114, 0129, 0131, 0132, 0244, 0373,
0438, 0500, 0507, 0519, 0543, 0648, 0656, 0658,
0741, 0742, 0835, 0036, 0099, 0235, 0243, 0244,
0262, 0265, 0274, 0348, 0388, 0401, 0438, 0558,
0571, 0583, 0695, 0741, 0835, 1064
0063, 0072, 0099, 0114, 0131, 0184, 0235, 0244,
0397, 0571, 0582
0099, 0245, 0291, 0482, 0637
Forgestone
Formenti
Formenti-Phoenix
Fortress
Fraba
Friac
Frontech
Fujimaro
Fujitsu
Fujitsu General
Funai
Galaxis
Gateway
GBC
GE
GEC
Geloso
General Technic
Genesis
Genexxa
Gericom
Goldfunk
GoldHand
GoldStar
Gooding
Goodmans
Gorenje
GPM
Gradiente
Graetz
Gran Prix
Granada
Grandin
Grundig
H&B
Halifax
Hampton
Hanimex
Hanseatic
Hantarex
Harsper
Harwood
Havermy
HCM
Hema
Hemmermann
Higashi
Hikona
Hinari
Hisawa
Hisense
Hit
Hitachi
Hitachi Fujian
Hitsu
HMV
Hoeher
Home Electronics
Hornyphon
Hoshai
Huanyu
0220
0114, 0243, 0347
0243, 0347
0120
0397
0036, 0129, 0397, 0448, 0526, 0637
0036, 0190, 0244, 0274, 0291, 0390
0892
0036, 0099, 0233, 0244, 0286, 0710, 0880
0036, 0233, 0244, 0710
0291, 0695
0397
1782
0036, 0245, 0401
0120, 0205, 0309, 0478, 0652, 1481
0099, 0190, 0244, 0388, 0543
0036, 0390, 0401
0036
0036
0036, 0190, 0245
0835, 0892, 0907
0695
0243
0136, 0190, 0205, 0243, 0244, 0274, 0317, 0388,
0390, 0404, 0633, 0741, 0742
0514
0036, 0062, 0063, 0099, 0244, 0245, 0262, 0291,
0362, 0398, 0401, 0507, 0514, 0526, 0543, 0583,
0587, 0606, 0657, 0661, 0688, 0695, 0741, 0835,
0907, 1064, 1190, 1927, 1936
0397, 0448
0245
0197
0190, 0366, 0388, 0398, 0514, 0741
0675
0072, 0099, 0135, 0190, 0235, 0244, 0253, 0366,
0383, 0390, 0500, 0543, 0575, 0587
0036, 0190, 0309, 0347, 0401, 0482, 0606, 0637,
0695, 0741, 0742, 0892, 0907, 1064
0063, 0097, 0222, 0470, 0514, 0562, 0583, 0614,
0657, 0733
0835
0244
0243, 0244
0245, 1935
0036, 0114, 0244, 0309, 0347, 0388, 0404, 0421,
0526, 0571, 0583, 0661, 0688, 0741, 0835
0036, 0129, 0265, 0543, 0892
0892
0036, 0439, 0514
0120
0036, 0244, 0245, 0291, 0309, 0439, 0445
0036, 0244
0571
0243
0245
0036, 0063, 0245, 0262, 0291, 0382, 1935
0245, 0309, 0482, 0637, 0741
0535, 0583
0114
0063, 0071, 0099, 0132, 0135, 0136, 0190, 0221,
0244, 0383, 0390, 0500, 0507, 0508, 0519, 0526,
0543, 0575, 0605, 0656, 0661, 0746, 0771, 0911,
1064, 1072, 1164, 1252, 1508, 1603, 0751
0135
0036, 0245, 0482, 0637
0114
0741, 0892
0633
0039
0309
0243, 0401
Hugoson
Hyper
Hypson
Hyundai
ICE
ICeS
Imperial
InFocus
Ingelen
Ingersoll
Inno Hit
Innowert
Interbuy
Interfunk
Internal
Intervision
Irradio
Isukai
ITC
ITS
ITT
ITT Nokia
ITV
Jean
JMB
Jubilee
JVC
Kaisui
Kamp
Kapsch
Karcher
Kathrein
Kawa
KB Aristocrat
Kendo
Kennedy
Kennex
Kingsley
Kioto
Kiton
Kneissel
Kolster
Konka
Kontakt
Korting
Koyoda
Kraking
Kriesler
KTV
Kyoshu
Kyoto
L&S Electronic
LaSAT
Leader
Lemair
Lenco
Leyco
LG
Liesenkotter
Lifetec
Local India TV
Lodos
Loewe
Logik
Logix
Luma
0917
0036, 0243, 0244, 0274
0291, 0309, 0482, 0648, 0695, 0741, 0742, 1064
0892, 1179
0243, 0244, 0245, 0291, 0398
0243, 0245
0274, 0397, 0445, 0657
0779
0190, 0514, 0637, 0741
0036
0036, 0099, 0129, 0244, 0274, 0309, 0317, 0543,
1190
0892
0274, 0291
0039, 0114, 0190, 0274, 0302, 0388, 0539
1936
0036, 0129, 0244, 0245, 0274, 0291, 0309, 0404,
0421, 0482, 0513, 0514
0245, 0274, 0317, 0398
0245, 0309, 0482
0244, 0347
0243, 0291, 0398
0190, 0220, 0235, 0366, 0373, 0388, 0500, 0507,
0571, 0575, 0637
0190, 0235, 0366, 0373, 0388, 0500, 0507, 0575,
0633, 0637
0291, 0401
0063
0470, 0526, 0583, 0661
0583
0063, 0120, 0220, 0245, 0398, 0445, 0633, 0677,
0680, 0710
0036, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0309, 0482
0243
0131, 0190, 0233, 0388
0291, 0309, 0448, 0633, 0637, 0741
0583
0398
0190
0129, 0262, 0274, 0389, 0438, 0637, 1464
0233, 0462
1064
0243
0733
0695
0265, 0286, 0319, 0389, 0401, 0438, 0462, 0526,
0583, 0637
0129, 0274
0245, 0398, 0445, 0614, 0741
0514
0114, 0347, 0448
0036
0265
0039
0244
0439, 0445
0190, 0243, 0244
0741, 0835
0513
0036
0438
0401
0099, 0291, 0606
0205, 0583, 0741, 0742, 1175, 1664, 0052
0039
0245, 0401, 0695, 0741, 1064, 1164
0291, 0398, 0629
1064
0114, 0319, 0539, 0543, 0660, 0682
0038, 0220, 0907
0695
0233, 0286, 0389, 0390, 1064
Lumatron
Lux May
Luxman
Luxor
M Electronic
Magnadyne
Magnafon
Magnavox
Magnum
Manesth
Manhattan
Marantz
Marelli
Mark
Master's
Masuda
Matsui
Maxent
Mediator
Medion
Megas
MEI
Melectronic
Memorex
Memphis
Mercury
Metronic
Metz
MGA
Micromaxx
Microstar
Minerva
Minoka
Mirror
Mistral Electronics
Mitsubishi
Mivar
Monaco
MTC
MTlogic
Multibroadcast
Multitec
Multitech
Murphy
Musikland
Myryad
NAD
Naiko
Naonis
NAT
National
NEC
Neckermann
NEI
Neovia
Nesco
Network
Neufunk
New Tech
Nicam
Nicamagic
0244
0036, 0608
0606
0190, 0221, 0235, 0244, 0317, 0383, 0388, 0390,
0500, 0507, 0575, 0658, 1064, 1190
0036, 0131, 0132, 0136, 0190, 0244, 0314, 0373,
0401, 0507
0114, 0129, 0274, 0543, 0571
0129, 0243, 0543
0063, 1481
0675, 0741, 0742
0062, 0244, 0262, 0291, 0347
0695, 1064
0439, 0583, 1481
0114
0244, 0741, 0742
0526
0036, 0245
0036, 0038, 0062, 0063, 0099, 0204, 0222, 0235,
0244, 0262, 0362, 0382, 0390, 0398, 0460, 0470,
0482, 0514, 0543, 0571, 0583, 0606, 0656, 0741,
1064
1782
0039
0272, 0539, 0583, 0695, 0741, 0835, 0907, 1064,
1164, 1464, 1927
0637
1064
0036, 0131, 0132, 0190, 0222, 0243, 0244, 0274,
0373, 0401, 0438, 0507, 0519, 0539, 0661, 0688,
0741
0036, 0087, 0205, 1064
0364
0036
0652
0114, 0302, 0394, 0415, 0474, 0562, 0614, 0695,
0773, 1190
0205
0657, 0695, 0835, 1064
0835
0097, 0135, 0514, 0543, 0562
0439
1927
0220
0063, 0114, 0120, 0135, 0205, 0539, 0562, 0583,
1064
0243, 0244, 0317, 0318, 0319, 0543, 0636
0036
0087, 0243, 0397, 0539
0741
0220
0513, 0695, 1064
0036, 0129, 0243, 0244, 0274, 0291, 0390, 0513
0190, 0243
0245, 0274
0583
0205, 0388
0633
0390
0253
0253
0036, 0038, 0063, 0197, 0244, 0272, 0347, 0401,
0482, 0614, 0731, 0732, 1197, 1731, 1297
0114, 0274, 0347, 0390, 0397, 0438, 0445, 0583
0364, 0398
0892
0274
0364
0245, 0583, 0637, 0741
0244
0571
0243
107
Nikkai
Nikko
Nobliko
Nokia
Nordic
Nordmende
Novak
Novatronic
Oceanic
Okano
Omega
Onimax
Onwa
Optimus
Orion
Orline
Ormond
Orsowe
Osaki
Osio
Oso
Osume
Otto Versand
Pacific
Pael
Palladium
Palsonic
Panama
Panasonic
Panavision
Pathe Cinema
Pausa
Penney
Perdio
Philco
Philex
Philips
Phoenix
Phonola
Pilot
Pioneer
Pionier
Plantron
Playsonic
Portland
Powerpoint
Prandoni-Prince
Prima
Prinston
Prinz
Profex
Profi
Profitronic
Proline
Prosonic
Protech
Proton
ProVision
Pye
Quadral
Quasar
Quelle
108
0036, 0062, 0063, 0099, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0291,
0364
0205
0097, 0129, 0243
0190, 0235, 0347, 0366, 0373, 0388, 0401, 0500,
0507, 0575, 0633, 0637, 0658
0244
0136, 0222, 0314, 0587, 0741
0039
0132, 0401, 0558
0190, 0235, 0388, 0500, 0575
0036, 0397
0291
0741
0129, 0245, 0398, 0460, 0608
0193
0204, 0262, 0347, 0348, 0382, 0439, 0470, 0543,
0558, 0571, 0583, 0682, 0741, 0907, 1935, 1943
0245
0695, 1064
0543
0099, 0244, 0245, 0291, 0382, 0401, 0439, 0583
0317
0245
0063, 0099, 0184, 0245
0063, 0120, 0136, 0244, 0253, 0262, 0274, 0347,
0388, 0539, 0562, 0571, 0583
0470, 0583, 0741, 1064, 1164
0243
0274, 0390, 0397, 0438, 0445, 0657, 0682, 0741,
1164
0244, 0291, 0445
0244, 0274, 0291
0190, 0253, 0388, 0394, 0543, 0575, 0677, 0880,
1337, 1677
0438
0190, 0243, 0265, 0347
0036
0087, 0205
0099, 0190, 0243, 0309, 0347
0114, 0274, 0397, 0445
0220
0036, 0039, 0114, 0220, 0265, 0388, 0401, 0450,
0583, 0632, 0799, 1783, 1481
0114, 0243, 0347, 0513
0039, 0114, 0220, 0243
0733
0136, 0190, 0193, 0314, 0388, 0450, 0513, 0539,
0787
0513
0036
0244, 0366, 0741, 0742
0401
0514
0388, 0390, 0543
0291, 0439
1064
0221, 0388, 0571
0036, 0190, 0388, 0390
0036
0129
0099, 0348, 0438, 0648, 0652, 0657, 0661, 1064
0244, 0606, 0695, 0741
0036, 0129, 0244, 0274, 0291, 0364, 0445, 0513,
0695, 1064
0205
0583, 0741
0039, 0114, 0401, 0583
0245
0036, 0274, 0892
0038, 0097, 0131, 0388, 0539, 0562, 0571, 0695,
1064
Questa
Radialva
Radiola
Radiomarelli
RadioShack
Radiotone
Rank Arena
RBM
RCA
Rediffusion
Reflex
Relisys
Reoc
Rex
RFT
Roadstar
Robotron
Royal Lux
Saba
Saccs
Sagem
Saisho
Saivod
Sakai
Salora
Salsa
Sambers
Sampo
Samsung
Sandra
Sansui
Santon
Sanyo
SBR
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Scotch
Scotland
Sears
Seaway
Seelver
SEG
SEI
Sei-Sinudyne
Seleco
Sencora
Sentra
Serino
Sharp
Shivaki
Siarem
Siemens
Siera
Siesta
Silva
Silver
SilverCrest
Singer
Sinudyne
Skantic
SKY
0063
0245, 0364
0039, 0244, 0583
0114, 0543
0205
0036, 0291, 0439, 0606, 0675, 0695, 1064
0063
0097
0120, 0652, 1481
0063, 0373, 0388, 0575
0695, 1064
0892
0741
0190, 0233, 0286, 0291, 0390, 0438
0099, 0114, 0291
0036, 0245, 0291, 0309, 0445, 0695, 0741, 1064,
1927
0114
0362, 0439
0114, 0136, 0190, 0314, 0362, 0388, 0525, 0543,
0575, 0587, 0652, 0741
0265
0482, 0637
0036, 0038, 0204, 0244, 0262, 0291, 0543, 0571
0695, 1064, 1190
0190
0190, 0221, 0235, 0317, 0383, 0388, 0390, 0507,
0543, 0575, 0648, 0658
0362
0129, 0543
1782
0036, 0087, 0099, 0190, 0205, 0235, 0243, 0244,
0291, 0317, 0397, 0509, 0583, 0614, 0645, 0671,
0709, 0745, 0839
0243, 0244
0682, 0733, 1564
0036
0038, 0063, 0072, 0099, 0131, 0135, 0184, 0197,
0235, 0243, 0244, 0366, 0397, 0571, 0582, 0731
0039, 0220, 0583
0388, 0401, 0513, 0575, 0633, 0741
0039, 0097, 0190, 0244, 0245, 0274, 0286, 0379,
0388, 0398, 0421, 0571, 0583, 0675, 0695, 0741,
1064, 1164
0205
0190
0205
0661
1064
0036, 0063, 0129, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0291, 0389,
0514, 0661, 0695, 1064, 1190, 1464
0114, 0129, 0204, 0233, 0543, 0571
0114, 0129, 0233, 0543, 0571
0190, 0233, 0286, 0291, 0373, 0389, 0390, 0398,
0438, 0462
0036
0062
0120, 0482, 0637
0063, 0120, 0184, 0220, 0283, 0518, 0543, 0845,
1190, 1220
0470
0114, 0129, 0543
0184, 0222, 0562
0039, 0583
0397
0243, 0388, 0675
0063, 0388, 0742
1064
0036, 0114, 0129, 0362, 0460, 0462, 1564
0114, 0129, 0204, 0233, 0262, 0543, 0571
0383
0907
Sliding
SLX
Smaragd
Soemtron
Solavox
Sonawa
Sonitron
Sonoko
Sonolor
Sontec
Sony
Sound&Vision
Soundesign
Soundwave
Spectra
Ssangyong
Standard
Starlite
Stenway
Stern
Strato
Strong
Sunkai
Sunstar
Superla
SuperTech
Supra
Susumu
SVA
Swissline
Sytong
T+A
Tandberg
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
TCL
TCM
Teac
Tec
Tech Line
Technema
Technics
TechniSat
Technisson
Technosonic
Techwood
Tecnimagen
Tedelex
Telecor
Telefunken
Telemeister
Telestar
Teletech
Teleton
Televideon
Tempest
Tensai
Tenson
Tevion
Texet
Thomson
Thorn
Thorn-Ferguson
TMK
Tokai
Tokaido
0892, 0907
0695
0514
0892
0099, 0190, 0388, 0575
0245
0235, 0244, 0366, 0397
0036, 0309
0190, 0235, 0309, 0388, 0575
0036, 0397
0038, 0063, 0120, 0129, 0184, 0197, 0380, 0861,
1532, 1678
0129, 0401
0205
0347, 0445, 0742
0036
0036
0036, 0244, 0245, 0347, 0401, 1064
0036, 0291
0245, 0309
0190, 0233, 0286, 0390, 0438
0036, 0291
1190
0348, 0382, 0482, 0514, 0637, 0892
0036, 0291, 0398, 0606
0543
0036, 0243, 0245
0036
0245, 0314, 0362
0614, 0892
0274
0243
0474
0394
0099, 0120, 0190, 0244, 0245
0063, 0190, 0243, 0244, 0390
0038, 0099, 0244, 0543, 0648, 0656, 1783
1564
0741, 0835
0036, 0197, 0205, 0291, 0482, 0539, 0695, 0782,
1751
0036, 0244, 0274, 0286, 0364
0695, 1464
0347
0583, 0677
0583, 0682
0741
0583
1190
0583
0036, 0244, 1564
0421
0100, 0136, 0314, 0362, 0373, 0513, 0525, 0587,
0652, 0741
0347
0583, 0606
0036, 0364, 0695, 1064
0063, 0233, 0244, 0286, 0390
0243, 0347
0036
0036, 0131, 0132, 0244, 0245, 0274, 0347, 0398,
0401, 0404, 0742, 1064
0036, 0347
0583, 0675, 0695, 0741, 0835, 1064, 1164
0036, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0401
0136, 0314, 0362, 0587, 0652
0062, 0063, 0099, 0100, 0131, 0136, 0220, 0265,
0362, 0388, 0526, 0539, 0562
0100, 0220, 0265, 0526
0205
0036, 0190, 0364, 0401, 0695, 1064
1064
Tokyo
Tomashi
Toshiba
Towada
Trans Continens
TRANS-continents
Transonic
Trical
Trident
Tristar
Triumph
Tsoschi
TVTEXT 95
Uher
Ultravox
Unic Line
United
Universum
Univox
V2max
V7 Videoseven
V7Videoseven
Vestel
Videocon
Videologic
Videologique
Videosat
Videotechnic
Videoton
Vidtech
Viewsonic
Vision
Vistar
Voxson
Waltham
Wards
Watson
Watt Radio
Wega
Welltech
Weltblick
Westinghouse
Wharfedale
White Westinghouse
Windsor
Windstar
Windy Sam
World-of-Vision
Xenius
Yamaha
Yamishi
Yoko
Zanela
Zanussi
Zenor
0062
0245, 0309
0062, 0063, 0087, 0097, 0129, 0136, 0222, 0535,
0645, 0677, 0741, 0745, 1190, 1535
0244
0244, 0695, 1064
0648, 0892
0036
0184
0543
0220, 0245
0204, 0373, 0543, 0583
0309
0583
0233, 0347, 0401, 0445, 0507, 0513
0114, 0129, 0243, 0274
0482
0741, 0742, 1064, 1943
0036, 0038, 0063, 0097, 0131, 0132, 0184, 0197,
0204, 0244, 0274, 0291, 0317, 0373, 0388, 0389,
0397, 0438, 0445, 0448, 0500, 0507, 0519, 0539,
0562, 0571, 0645, 0658, 0695, 1064, 1190, 1464
0114, 0190, 0364
0892
1782
0907
0244, 0583, 0695, 1064, 1190
0535
0243, 0245
0245
0274
0244, 0347
0383
0205
1782, 0751
0244, 0347
0233
0114, 0190, 0390, 0445
0136, 0190, 0244, 0383, 0445, 0470, 0695, 1064
0087, 0193, 0205
0036, 0245, 0347, 0421, 0606, 0695, 1064, 1464
0129, 0243, 0571
0063, 0114
0741
0244, 0347
0917
0583
0243, 0347, 0364
1064
0309, 0364
0583
0892, 0907, 0917
0661, 0688
0677, 1603
0244, 0309, 0482
0036, 0243, 0244, 0245, 0274, 0291, 0366, 0448
0265
0233, 0291, 0390
0366
Setup-Code-für alle Videorecordermodelle (V)
Setup Code For All VCRs (V)
Accent
Adyson
Aiwa
Akai
Akiba
Akura
Alba
Allstar
Ambassador
Amstrad
0099
0099
0027, 0059, 0064, 0334, 0375, 0379, 0769, 1164
0047, 0068, 0133, 0267, 0342, 0375, 0379, 0669
0099
0099
0027, 0047, 0099, 0108, 0305, 0342, 0375, 0379
0108
0047
0027, 0099, 0305
109
Anam
Anam National
Anitech
Ansonic
Aristona
ASA
Asuka
Audiosonic
Audioton
Audiovox
AVP
Awa
Baird
Bang&Olufsen
Basic Line
Beko
Bell&Howell
Bestar
Black Diamond
Black Panther
Blaupunkt
Blue Sky
Bondstec
Brandt
Brandt Electronique
Brinkmann
Bush
Carrefour
Carver
Casio
Cathay
Catron
CGE
Cimline
Citizen
Clatronic
Colt
Combitech
Condor
Craig
Crown
Cyrus
Daewoo
Dansai
Dantax
Daytron
De Graaf
Decca
Deitron
Denko
Denon
Diamant
Dual
Dumont
Elbe
Elcatech
Elin
Elsay
Elta
Emerson
ESC
Europhon
Fast
Fenner
Ferguson
Fidelity
Finlandia
Finlux
Firstline
Fisher
110
0064, 0253, 0267
0253
0099
0027
0108, 0173
0064, 0108
0064, 0065
0305
0047
0808
0027, 0379
0070
0027, 0068, 0131, 0133
0526
0047, 0099, 0131, 0305
0131
0131
0305
0669
0305
0061, 0108, 0253
0064, 0099, 0305, 0375, 0379, 0507, 0669, 1164
0047, 0099
0068, 0347, 0348
0068
0375
0027, 0099, 0108, 0305, 0342, 0375, 0379, 0669,
0769
0072
0108
0027
0305
0047
0027
0099
0064, 0305
0027, 0047, 0099
0099
0379
0047, 0305
0064, 0074, 0099, 0267
0047, 0064, 0099, 0305, 0507
0108
0047, 0072, 0305, 0379, 0664, 0669, 0871
0099, 0305
0379
0047
0069, 0075, 0108, 0131, 0193
0027, 0094, 0108, 0379
0305
0099
0069
0064
0027, 0068, 0108, 0305, 0375
0027, 0108, 0131
0065, 0305
0099
0267
0099
0099, 0305
0027, 0064, 0070, 0072, 0099, 0305, 0620, 0664
0047, 0267, 0305
0047
0924
0047
0027, 0068, 0305, 0347, 0348
0027, 0099, 0267, 0379, 0459
0027, 0064, 0069, 0070, 0075, 0108, 0131, 0133,
0193, 0253, 0411
0027, 0069, 0108, 0131
0064, 0070, 0072, 0099, 0305, 0375, 0507, 1164
0047, 0074, 0131
Flint
Frontech
Funai
Galaxis
Garrard
GE
GEC
General
General Technic
Genexxa
Go Video
GoldHand
GoldStar
Goodmans
GPX
Gradiente
Graetz
Granada
Grandin
Grundig
Hanimex
Hanseatic
Hantor
Harley Davidson
Harman/Kardon
Harwood
HCM
Hinari
Hisawa
Hischito
Hitachi
Hoeher
Hornyphon
Hypson
Imperial
Ingersoll
Inno Hit
Interbuy
Interfunk
Internal
International
Intervision
Irradio
ITT
ITT Nokia
ITV
ITV Videomaster
JBL
Jensen
JMB
Joyce
JVC
Kaisui
Kambrook
Karcher
KEC
Kendo
Kenwood
Kimari
Kneissel
Korpel
Kuba Electronic
Kyoto
Lenco
Leyco
LG
Lifetec
Lloyd's
Loewe
Logik
0375
0047, 0099
0027, 0620
0305
0027
0075, 0267, 0347
0108
0047
0375
0131
0459, 0647, 1164
0099
0064, 0507, 1164
0027, 0047, 0064, 0099, 0108, 0305, 0375, 0379,
0664, 0669, 0769
0064
0027
0068, 0131, 0267
0027, 0064, 0069, 0075, 0108, 0131, 0253, 0267
0027, 0064, 0099, 0305, 0769
0061, 0099, 0108, 0253, 0347, 0374, 0375, 0376,
0379, 0769
0379
0064, 0065, 0108
0047
0027
0065
0099
0099
0068, 0099, 0267, 0305, 0379
0379
0072
0027, 0068, 0069, 0108, 0193, 0267, 0620
0305, 0669
0108
0027, 0064, 0099, 0305, 0507
0027
0267
0099
0099
0108, 0131
0305, 0664
0064, 0305, 0669
0027, 0305
0099, 0108
0068, 0131, 0133, 0267, 0411
0579
0047, 0064, 0305
0047
0305
0068
0375, 0379, 0769
0027
0068, 0094, 0411
0099
0064
0108, 0305, 0669
0064, 0305
0099, 0133, 0305, 0342, 0375, 0669
0065, 0068, 0094
0074
0064, 0305, 0375, 0379
0099
0074
0099
0305
0099
0064, 0507, 1164
0375
0027
0064, 0108, 1589
0099, 0133, 0267
Lumatron
Lunatron
Lux May
Luxor
LXI
M Electronic
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Magnin
Magnum
Manesth
Marantz
Mark
Mastec
Master's
Matsui
Medion
Melectronic
Memorex
Memphis
Metronic
Metz
MGA
Micormay
Minolta
Mitsubishi
MTC
Multitec
Multitech
Murphy
Myryad
NAD
Naiko
National
NEC
Neckermann
Nesco
Nikkai
Nikko
Nokia
Nordmende
Oceanic
Okano
Onimax
Optimus
Orbit
Orion
Osaki
Osume
Otto Versand
Pace
Pacific
Palladium
Palsonic
Panasonic
Pathe Cinema
Pathe Marconi
Penney
Pentax
Perdio
Philco
Philips
Phoenix
Phonola
Pilot
Pioneer
Portland
Prinz
Profitronic
Proline
Prosco
0620, 1164
1164
0099
0070, 0074, 0075, 0131, 0133, 0342
0064
0027, 0065
0305, 0620
0027, 0108, 0669
0267
0669
0072, 0099, 0108
0065, 0108, 0173
0027, 0305
0669
0305
0267, 0375, 0379, 0769
0375, 0379, 0669
0027, 0064, 0065
0027, 0064, 0075, 0131, 0267, 0375
0099
0108
0064, 0108, 0253, 0374, 0863, 0864, 1589
0070, 0267
0375
0069
0070, 0075, 0094, 0108, 0507, 0669
0027, 0267
0064
0027, 0047, 0099
0027
0108
0131
0375, 0669
0253
0064, 0065, 0068, 0094, 0131, 0305
0108
0099
0047, 0099, 0305
0064
0068, 0069, 0075, 0108, 0131, 0133, 0267, 0305,
0342, 0579
0068, 0094, 0347, 0348, 0411, 0521
0027, 0068, 0075, 0108, 0131, 0133
0099, 0305, 0342, 0375
0669
0064, 0075, 0131, 0459, 0620
0099
0375, 0376, 0379, 0769
0027, 0064, 0099
0099
0108
0379
0027, 0375, 0669, 0769
0064, 0068, 0099, 0375
0027, 0099, 0669
0253, 0863, 0864, 1589
0070
0068
0064, 0065, 0069, 0267
0069
0027
0065, 0099
0108, 0173, 0411, 0620, 1296
0305
0108
0064
0069, 0094, 0108, 1830
0047, 0305, 0664
0027
0108, 0267
0027, 0305, 0347, 0669
0871
Prosonic
Protech
ProVision
Pye
Quasar
Quelle
Radialva
Radiola
Radionette
RadioShack
Rank Arena
RCA
Realistic
Reoc
Rex
RFT
Ricoh
Roadstar
Royal
Saba
Saisho
Salora
Samsung
Samurai
Sansui
Sanyo
Saville
SBR
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Scott
Sears
Seaway
SEG
SEI
Seleco
Semp
Sentra
Sharp
Shintom
Shivaki
Siemens
Siera
Silva
Silver
Singer
Sinudyne
Smaragd
Solavox
Sonneclair
Sontec
Sonwa
Sony
Soundwave
Ssangyong
Stern
Sunkai
Sunstar
Suntronic
Sunwood
Supra
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tandberg
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
Tchibo
TCM
Teac
Tec
0305
0108
0305
0108
0305
0108
0064, 0075
0108
0064, 1164
0027, 0064
0068
0069, 0075, 0267, 0347
0027, 0064, 0074, 0075, 0131
0375
0068, 0411
0099
0061
0064, 0099, 0108, 0267, 0305, 0769
0099
0068, 0305, 0347, 0348, 0411, 0521
0375
0070, 0131, 0133
0072, 0267, 0459, 0647
0047
0027, 0068, 0094, 0099, 0133
0074, 0075, 0094, 0131, 0267, 1164
0267, 0305, 0379
0108, 0173
0027, 0068, 0131, 0133, 0342, 0375
0027, 0064, 0069, 0099, 0108, 0173, 0267, 0305,
0375, 0379, 0669, 0924
0070
0027, 0064, 0069, 0074, 0131
0305
0099, 0108, 0267, 0305, 0664, 0669
0108
0047, 0064, 0068, 0411
0072
0047, 0099
0064, 0075, 0596
0099, 0131
0064
0064, 0108, 0131, 0173, 0347, 0374
0108
0064
0305
0072
0108, 0379
0375
0047
0099
0064
0669
0027, 0059, 0061, 0133, 1059
0064, 0375
0099
0305
0305, 0375
0027
0027
0099
0064
0070, 0108
0027, 0620
0305
0027, 0131
0027, 0064, 0075, 0108, 0267
0027, 0068, 0070, 0075, 0108, 0375, 0379
0375
0375
0027, 0064, 0068, 0334, 0664, 0669, 0871, 0808
0047, 0099
111
Tech Line
Technics
Tedelex
Teknika
Teleavia
Telefunken
Telerent
Teletech
Tempest
Tenosal
Tensai
Tevion
Texet
Thomas
Thomson
Thorn
Tivo
Tokai
Topline
Toshiba
Totevision
Towada
Tradex
Uher
Ultravox
Unitech
United
Universum
Victor
Video Concepts
Video Technic
Videomagic
Videosonic
Villain
Wards
Watson
Wharfedale
White Westinghouse
World
Yamaha
Yamishi
Yokan
Yoko
Zenith
ZX
0099
0108, 0253
0669
0027, 0064
0068
0068, 0305, 0347, 0348, 0411, 0521, 0669
0253
0027, 0099, 0305
0047
0099
0027, 0099, 0305
0375, 0669
0047, 0305
0027
0068, 0094, 0305, 0347, 0348, 0411, 0521, 0749
0064, 0068, 0131
0749
0064, 0099
0375
0068, 0070, 0072, 0108, 0379, 0411, 0459, 0769
0064
0099
0108
0267
0305
0267
0375, 0769
0027, 0064, 0108, 0131, 0133, 0267, 0375, 1164
0094
0072
0027
0064
0267
0027
0027, 0065, 0069, 0072, 0074, 0075, 0099, 0108,
0267
0108, 0379, 0669
0620
0099, 0305
0375
0065
0099, 0305
0099
0047, 0064, 0267
0027, 0061, 0664
0375, 0379
Setup-Code für alle DVD-Playermodelle (Y)
Setup Code For All Digital Video Disks (Y)
3D
4Kus
A-Trend
Aboss
Acoustic Solutions
AEG
AFK
Afreey
Aim
Airis
Aiwa
Akai
AKI
Akura
Alba
Albatros
Alize
All-Tel
Altacom
112
LAB 0566
1185
0741
1125
0740, 0757
0797, 0815, 0817
1078, 1179, 1225
0725
0805
0699, 1032, 1251, 1277
0560, 0668, 1163, 1270
0638, 0743, 0793, 0815, 0817, 0925, 1142, 1226,
1260, 1722
0880, 1032
0925, 1078, 1167, 1197, 1198, 1260, 2018
0566, 0699, 0722, 0726, 0740, 0744, 0757, 0810,
1078, 1167
1056
1178
0739
1251
Amitech
Amoi
Amoisonic
Amstrad
AMW
Ansonic
Apex Digital
Arcam
Aria
Arianet
Ariston
Ariston Acoustics
Aristona
Asono
Atacom
Audiologic
Audiosonic
Audiovox
Auvio
Axion
Bang&Olufsen
Basic Line
Baze
BBK
Beko
Bellagio
Belson
Binatone
Black Diamond
Blue Sky
Boghe
Boman
Brainwave
Brandt
Britannia
Broksonic
BskyB
Bush
0797, 0811, 0877
0879
0791, 0862
0740
0899
0786, 0858
0699, 1031, 1127, 1942
0759
0920
0845, 0920
0700
0700
0673
1251
1251
1828
0717, 1292, 1950
0744
0870, 1117
0757
1052
0740, 2021
0925
0889, 1111, 1251
1180
1031, 1272
1130, 1950
1950
0740, 0793, 0860
0678, 0699, 0722, 0740, 0805, 0870
1031, 1248
0810, 0925
0797, 1142, 1262
0530, 0578, 0678
0773
0722
2007
0543, 0545, 0699, 0716, 0717, 0722, 0726, 0740,
0744, 0757, 0760, 0805, 0858, 0860, 0906, 1078,
1722
Cambridge Audio
1111, 1136
Cambridge Soundworks 0723
Cat
0726, 0813, 0814, 0816, 1042
CCE
0757, 1944
Cello
2018
Centrex
0699, 1942
Centrum
0740, 0806, 0816, 1032, 1254, 2021
CGV
0760, 0778, 1142
Cinea
0868
Cinetec
0740
cineULTRA
0726
CineVisiom
0903
Clairtone
1276
Classic
0757, 1757
Clatronic
0699, 0815, 0845
Clayton
0740
Coby
0757, 0805
Codex
1260
Compacks
0853, 1125, 1292
Conia
0791, 0879
Continental Edison
0858, 1276
CrossWood
1180
Crown
0717, 0796, 0797, 1142, 1183
Crypto
0909, 1255
Cybercom
0858
CyberHome
0741, 0843, 0901, 1046, 1050
Cyrus
1039
Cytron
0678, 0743
D-Vision
1142
Daenyx
0899
Daewoo
0732, 0741, 0797, 0859, 0860, 0897, 0899, 1196,
1945
Daewoo International
Dalton
Dansai
Dantax
Daytek
Dayton
Daytron
DCE
Decca
Denon
Denver
Desay
Diamond
Digatron
Digihome
Digital i
Digitrex
Digix Media
DiK
Dinamic
DiViDo
DK Digital
DMTech
Dragon
DreamX
DSE
DTS
Dual
Durabrand
Easy Home
eBench
ECC
Eclipse
Elfunk
Elin
Ellion
Elta
Eltax
Emerson
Encore
Enterprise
Enzer
EuroLine
Fenner
Ferguson
Finlux
Fintec
Firstline
Fisher
Fujilink
Funai
Fusion
Futronic
Gateway
GE
Giec
Global Solutions
Global Sphere
Go Video
GoldStar
Goodmans
GPX
Graetz
Gran Prix
Grandin
Greenhill
Grundig
Grunkel
0899
0813, 1063
0774, 0797, 0810, 1142
0566, 0740, 0750, 0817
0899, 1032
0899
1067
0858
0797, 1142
0517, 0661, 1661
0726, 0805, 0815, 0925, 1110, 1131, 1950
0870, 1117
0678
1036
0740
0920
1942
0853
0858
0815
0732
0858, 0867, 1281, 2034
0810, 1124, 2073
0858
1178
1757
0826
0678, 0692, 0740, 0757, 0806, 0810, 0817, 0858,
2034, 2073
0740, 0858, 1030, 1154
0884
1179
0757
0750, 0778
0877
0797
0877
0699, 0717, 0797, 0815, 0877, 1142, 1178, 2018
0793, 1119, 1123, 2014
0618, 0732
0725
0618
0728, 1255
0815, 1110, 1142, 1260, 2048
0678, 1056
0678, 0925
0618, 0699, 0768, 0778, 0797, 0810, 1174
0811, 1196
0740, 0826, 0870, 0896
0697
0882
0702, 0722
0889
1960
1185
0744
1248
0795
1179
0810, 0896, 1126, 1997
0618, 0768
0678, 0717, 0740, 0750, 0757, 0810, 0817, 0860,
0906, 1031, 1167, 1248, 1281, 2034, 2041
0726, 0796
0692
0858, 0925
0740, 0743, 1260, 1281
0744
0566, 0578, 0678, 0697, 0713, 0722, 0728, 0732,
0740, 0802, 0817, 1031, 1063, 1722, 1757, 1947,
2073
0797, 1183
GVG
H&B
H&B
Hanseatic
Harman/Kardon
Haus
HCM
HDT
HE
Henss
Himage
HiMAX
Hiper
Hitachi
Hiteker
Hoeher
Home Electronics
Home Tech Industries
Hoyo
Humax
Hypson
Hyundai
ICP
IISonic
Ingelen
InterAct
IRT
ISP
Jamo
Jaton
JBL
JDB
Jeken
Jepssen
Jeutech
JMB
Jocel
JVC
jWin
Kansas Technologies
Karcher
KCL
Kendo
Kennex
Kenwood
Kiiro
King DHome
Kingavon
Kiss
Koda
Kotron
KXD
Labway
Lasonic
Lawson
Lecson
Lenco
Lenoxx
Lenoxx Sound
Lexia
LG
Lifetec
Limit
Linn
LiteOn
Lodos
Loewe
Logix
Lumatron
Lunatron
Luxman
Luxor
1196
0845, 0868, 0877, 1260, 1262
0740, 0845, 0868, 0877, 1260, 1262
0768, 0810, 0817, 1180
0729
0813, 0876
0815
0732
1190
0740
0545, 0852, 1187
0870, 1133
1275
0600, 0691, 0740, 1946, 1947, 2021
0699, 1184
0678, 0740, 0853, 0858, 1251
0757
1251
0770
0673
0700
0793, 0877, 1045, 1183
1180
1188, 1291
0815
0724
0810
0722
2030
0692
1948, 2005
0757
0726
1277
0804
0722
0807
0530, 0566, 0650, 0894, 1191, 1928, 1967
1078
1260
0810
1115
0726, 0740, 0858
0740, 0797, 0867, 0925
0517, 0561, 0764, 1090
0797, 0880
0826
0845
0692, 0868, 2030
1257
0878
0884
0558, 0736
0770
0743, 0795
0723, 0774
0678, 0726, 0740, 0797, 0805, 1056
1965, 2041, 1154
1965, 2041
0726, 0795
0618, 0768, 0817, 0896, 1933, 2010, 2029
0678, 0858
0743, 0795, 1131
1954
1085, 1185, 1188
0740
0566, 0768, 0912
0732, 0810, 1128
0722, 0732, 0751, 0768, 0860, 1124, 1142
0768
0600, 1118
0740, 1031, 1722, 1757
113
Magnat
Magnavox
Magnex
Magnum
Manhattan
Marantz
Maraton
Mark
Marquant
Mastec
Matsui
Maxim
MBO
MDS
Mecotek
Mediencom
Medion
MEI
Memorex
Memory
Metronic
Metz
MiCO
Microboss
Micromaxx
Micromedia
Micromega
Microsoft
Microstar
Minato
Minax
Minerva
Minix
Minoka
Minowa
Mirror
Mitsubishi
Mizuda
Monyka
MP man
MPX
MTlogic
Mustek
MW
Mx Onda
Myryad
Mystral
NAD
Naiko
Nakamichi
Neufunk
Nevir
NFREN
NiC
Nikenny
Nikkai
Nintaus
Nordmende
Noriko
Okano
Olidata
Onkyo
Oopla
Optim
Optimus
Orava
Orbit
Orion
Oritron
Ormond
P&B
Pacific
114
1950, 2046, 2073
0530, 0566, 0702, 0740, 1167
0750
2041
0732, 0740
0566
1184
0740, 0751
0797
1248
0678, 0699, 0722, 0740, 1031, 1722, 1757
0740, 0899
0717, 0757, 1056, 1757, 1944
0740, 0805
0797
0773, 0880
0657, 0678, 0743, 0810, 0858, 0906, 2034, 2039
0817
0858
1110
0717
0552, 0598, 0740
0750, 0778, 1206, 1248, 1250, 1281
0745
1722, 2034
0530, 0566
0566
0549
0858
0779
0740
0732
1140
0797
0739
0779, 0906
0740
0797, 0845
0692
1046
0870
1292
0757, 1757, 1944
1173
0678, 0778, 1206, 1250, 1281, 2007
1280, 1281
1183
0719, 0731, 0768
0797, 1031
1226, 1249
0692
0797, 0858, 1224
0853
1150
1291
1950
0820, 1078
0858
0779
0779
0699
0530, 0654, 1639, 2012
1185
0774, 0870
0552
0845
0899
0722, 1033, 1260, 1722
0678
0740
0845
0722, 0740, 0786, 0795, 0817, 0858
Packard Bell
Palladium
Panasonic
Panda
Paramount Pictures
peeKTon
Philco
Philips
Phonotrend
Pioneer
Playgo
Plu2
Pointer
Powerpoint
Prima
Prima Electronic
Primare
Prinz
Prism
Prodisma
Proline
Proscan
Proson
Prosonic
ProVision
Radionette
Raite
RCA
REALmagic
REC
Red Star
Redstar
Reoc
Revoy
Rimax
Roadstar
Ronin
Rotel
Rowa
Rownsonic
Saba
Saivod
Salora
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
Santosh
Sanyo
SAST
Scan
ScanMagic
ScanSonic
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Schwaiger
Scientific Labs
Scott
Seeltech
SEG
Shanghai
Sharp
Sherman
Sherwood
Shinco
Sigma Designs
Sigmatek
Siltex
Silva
0858
0722, 0806, 1933, 1947, 1956
0517, 1037, 1932, 1935
0744, 0816
0806
0925, 1067, 1251, 2026
0717, 0760, 0815
0530, 0566, 0673, 0702, 1185, 1839, 1840, 1938
0726
0552, 0598, 0658, 1838, 1927, 1992
1292
0877, 1117
0811
0880, 0899
0793
0793
0913
0858
0732, 1033, 1180
0880
0678, 0699, 0713, 0737, 0860, 1031, 1942
0549
0740
0779
0726, 1190
0768, 0896, 1933
0692
0549
0701
0517, 0716, 0773, 0793
0775, 0786, 0790, 0797, 0815, 0832, 0833, 0925,
1030, 1067, 1950, 2026
0775, 0790, 0832, 0925, 2026
0779, 0795
0726, 0868
1263
0716, 0717, 0726, 0740, 0757, 0845, 0860, 0906,
0925, 1033, 1078, 2041
0737, 0899
0650, 1205
0543, 0744, 0899
0816
0578, 0678, 0796
0786, 0858
0768
0725, 0779
0517, 0600, 0771, 1102, 1955, 1959, 2035, 0847
0722, 0778, 0795, 1180, 1257, 2048
1142
0697, 0740, 0900, 1946
0833
0732, 0862, 0877
0757
1722
0797, 0815, 1142, 1178, 1262
0566, 0678, 0732, 0740, 0806, 0810, 0815, 0817,
0858, 1128, 1180
0779
0795
0678, 0699, 0745, 0807, 0880, 0908, 1032, 1063,
1260, 1278
1251
0692, 0740, 0790, 0795, 0899, 1945, 2021
0699
0657, 0740, 0779, 2042
1960
0660, 0744, 0768, 1104
0744
0701
1251
1251
0815, 0925
Silva Schneider
Sinudyne
Skantic
SKY
Skymaster
Skyworth
Sliding
SM Electronic
Smart
Sogo
Sonic Blue
Sony
Sound Color
Sound Lab
Soundmaster
Soundwave
Standard
Star Cluster
Star Clusters
Starlogic
Starmedia
Strong
Sunkai
Sunstech
Sunwood
Superb
Super Digital
Supervision
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Synn
Tandberg
Tangent
Targa
Tatung
Teac
Tec
Technica
Technics
Technika
Technisson
Technosonic
Techwood
Tedelex
Teletech
Tensai
TerraTec
Tevion
Theta Digital
Thomson
Thule Audio
Tokai
Tokiwa
Tom-Tec
Top Suxess
Toshiba
Trans Continens
TRANS-continents
Tredex
Truvox
TSM
Umax
United
Universal
Universum
Uptek
upXus
0858, 0925, 1174, 2010
1248
0566, 0740, 1030
2007
0757, 0795
0793, 0925
1142
0717, 0757, 0795, 1179
0732, 0740, 0745
0880
0810, 1997
0560, 0600, 0799, 0891, 1097, 1122, 1160, 1560,
1660, 1930, 2008
1260
1125
0795
0810
0678, 0795, 0815, 0858, 0925
1179
1254
1032
0845, 0908, 1032, 1045, 1251
0740
0797, 0877
0858
0815, 0925
0882
1214
0795, 1179
0699, 0887
0702
0702
0795
0740, 1722, 2021
2014
1254
0797, 0798
0719, 0722, 0744, 0768, 0786, 0795, 0817, 1254,
1957, 1962, 2011
0925
1124, 1722
0517, 1932
0797, 0858, 1124, 1142
1142
1078, 1142
0719, 0740
1255, 2048
0740, 0795
0678, 0717, 0797
0852
0678, 0860, 0925, 1063, 1197, 1254, 1950, 1956,
2041
0598
0549, 0578
1034
0692, 0725, 0811, 0815, 0817, 0925
0743
0816
1251
0530, 0722, 1072, 2033
0853
0853, 0858, 0899
0826, 0870
1129
1251
0558, 0717, 1178
0699, 0722, 0815, 0853, 1110, 1124, 1142, 1255
1183
0618, 0740, 0768, 0806, 0817, 0896, 1254, 1940,
1945, 1956
0790
1307
Venturer
Vestel
Vieta
Viewmaster
Voxson
Vtrek
Waitec
Walkvision
Welkin
Wellington
Welltech
Weltstar
Wesder
Wharfedale
Wilson
Windsor
Windy Sam
Woxter
Xbox
Xenius
XLogic
XMS
Xoro
Xwave
Yakumo
Yamada
Yamaha
Yamakawa
Yelo
Yukai
Zenith
Zenix
Zennox
Zoece
0817
0740, 2021
0732, 1292
1111, 1165
0757, 0858
0909, 1255
1178, 1251, 1944
0744
0858
0740
1248
0740
0726
0713, 0723, 0725, 0778, 0779, 0817
0858, 1260
0740
0600
0908, 1032, 1178, 1251
0549, 1173
0817
0795
1215, 1349
0833, 0856, 1106, 1210, 1248, 1275, 1276, 1277,
1278, 2009
0558, 0736
1031, 1083
0899, 1031, 1083, 1178, 1185
0517, 0566, 0673
0692, 0737, 0792, 0899, 1131
0807
0757, 1757, 1944
0530, 0618
0876
1292
1292
115
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