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Table of Contents
1.0
Usage
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
2.0
2.1
2.2
3.0
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6
3.1.7
4.0
4.1
5.0
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.4.1
5.1.4.2
5.1.4.3
5.1.4.4
5.1.5
6.0
A.1
A.2
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Safety Instructions
Features & Accessories
Safety Precautions
Storage
Equipment Set-up
Your DVB-T Receiver
Front Panel
Rear Panel
Connections
Connecting to your TV & VCR
Basic connection with a coaxial cable
Basic connection with a Scart cable
Advanced connection
Connection with Audio Cable RCA Connectors
Connection to a digital audio amplifier using the S/PDIF output
Connecting a remote eye
Connecting a serial cable for downloading software
Starting up
Starting up for the First Time
Basic settings
Main Menu
Service Organizer Menu
Favourite Organizer Menu
The Timer Menu
The Installation Menu
System Set-up Menu
Country selection
Channel Set-up
Parental Lock – Changing PIN Code
Games
Basic functions – Remote Control
Trouble Shooting
Glossary of terms
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Thank you for choosing this Strong terrestrial receiver. This receiver is of our latest development and it is
designed to be capable of upgrading its software through the PC. It is highly recommended that you read
this manual carefully to safely install your receiver and to achieve its optimum performance.
1.0 Usage
This user manual is applicable for Strong SRT 5155 Digital Terrestrial Receiver and its related accessories.
It is advised that first time and experienced users read this manual in order to safely install the receiver.
Strong has supplied this product with the most recent innovations of software and hardware. Strong
reserves the right to make changes in production to the software used by your terrestrial receiver without
prior notification. In order to maintain and ensure that your receiver is compatible and updated with the
most recent software technology, we recommend that you visit our website to check the latest software.
1.1 Safety Instructions
Warning:
DO NOT INSTALL YOUR RECEIVER:
In a closed or poorly ventilated cabinet;
Directly on top of or under any another equipment;
„ On a surface which might obstruct the ventilation slots.
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DO NOT EXPOSE THE RECEIVER OR ITS ACCESSORIES:
To direct sunlight or near any other equipment that generates heat;
To rain or intense moisture.
„ To any shock which may cause permanent damage to your receiver;
„ To any magnetic objects, such as loudspeakers, transformers, etc.;
„ To intense vibration.
„ Never open the cover. It is dangerous to touch the inside of the receiver due to high voltage currents and possible electrical hazards. Your warranty will be void if the receiver has been opened.
„ When the receiver is not used for a long period of time, you should unplug the power cord from
the wall socket.
„ Do not use a damaged power cord. It may cause a fire or an electrical shock.
„ Do not touch a power cord with wet hands. It may cause an electric shock.
„ Place the receiver in a well-ventilated environment.
„ When you are connecting the cables, be sure that the receiver is disconnected from the mains
supply voltage.
„ Do not use your receiver in humid environment.
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English
Make sure you read this user manual before installing your receiver.
This manual provides complete instructions for installing and using this receiver. The following symbols
will be used as follows:
Bold Characters: Represents a button on the remote control or the receiver
Italic Characters: Represents a menu item within the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu
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1.2 Features & Accessories
SRT 5155 Digital Terrestrial Receiver:
„ Easy to use Graphic MENU Interface
„ Multi-lingual support on screen Menu: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Swedish,
Danish, Hungurian, Czech.
„ RS 232 port for updating control software and additional services
„ Automatic channel scan options
„ 2-SCART Connectors (TV, VCR)
„ 3 RCA Connectors (CVBS, Audio Left/Right)
„ Multi-Language function (Menu, Audio)
„ IR sensor-connector for connecting an external remote eye to control the receiver (available as
accessory)
„ Front Panel Buttons & Remote Control
„ Editing Functions (TV or Radio Channel, Channel Name, PID)
„ EPG (Electronic Program Guide) for on screen channel information
„ Over 1000 channels memory capacity
„ Four Favourite lists, for both TV and Radio
„ 3 Operation Modes (Digital TV, Digital Radio, Favourite)
„ Digital Tuner with Loop-through output
„ MPEG-2 Main Profile at Main Level
„ Teletext (VBI)
„ Supports software downloading via PC
„ S/PDIF output for connection with a digital audio amplifier
„ Built-in UHF modulator
„ Support of active antenna by 5V output
Accessories:
„ User’s Manual
„ Remote Control unit
„ External power supply
„ 12/24 V DC Cigarette Lighter – Power cord
„ 2x Batteries (AAA type)
„ Remote Eye
Note: The batteries should not be recharged, disassembled, electrically short-circuited or be mixed or used
with other types of batteries.
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1.3 Safety Precautions
To maintain your receiver’s optimum performance, you are advised to apply the following safety precautions:
„ Read this manual carefully and make sure you fully understand the instructions given.
„ Refer all maintenance or servicing to suitably qualified personnel
„ If you wish, you may clean your receiver with a soft lint-free cloth slightly made damp with a mild
soap solution, only after disconnecting from the mains voltage supply.
„ Do not use alcohol or ammonia based liquids to clean the receiver.
„ Do not open the receiver cover, as you will be exposed to a shock hazard
„ Do not open the receiver cover this will void your warranty.
„ Do not place any objects on top of the receiver because this might prevent proper cooling of the
components inside.
„ Make sure no foreign objects fall through the ventilation slots because this could cause fire or an
electric shock.
„ Wait a few seconds after switching off the receiver before you move the receiver or disconnect
any equipment;
„ Please ensure that that the electrical power supply corresponds with the voltage on the electrical
identification plate at the back of the receiver.
„ It is a necessity that you only use an approved extension and compatible wiring that is suitable
for the electrical power consumption of the installed equipment.
„ If the receiver does not operate normally even after strictly following the instructions in this user
manual, it is recommended to consult your dealer.
1.4 Storage
Your receiver and its accessories are stored and delivered in a well protective packaging against electric shocks
and moisture. When unpacking it, make sure that all the parts are included and keep packaging away from
children. When transporting the receiver from one place to another or if you are returning it under warranty
make sure to store the receiver in its original packaging with its accessories. Failing to comply with such
packaging procedures could void your warranty.
1.5 Equipment Set-up
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We recommend you to consult a professional installer to set up your equipment. Otherwise, please follow
the following instructions:
„ Refer to the user manual of your TV and/or your antenna.
„ Make sure that the SCART cable is in a good condition.
„ Make sure that the SCART cable connections are well shielded
„ Make sure that the outdoor components of the antenna are in good condition.
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2.0 Your DVB-T Receiver
2.1 Front Panel (Please see inside cover Figure 1)
1. Power Button
Turns the receiver ON/OFF.
2. Stand-BY / ON / SIGNAL (3 LEDs) The red LED is the “stand-by” indicator. The green LED is the
“Power On” indicator. The orange LED lights up once you correctly receive a
antenna signal (signal locked)
3. UP/DOWN
Buttons Move the cursor UP/DOWN in Menu state. Changes the channels
UP/DOWN in no menu state.
4. LED Display
This 4-digit LED panel indicates the time or the program number.
2.2 Rear Panel (Please see inside cover Figure 2)
1. ANTENNA INPUT
Connect the antenna cable to this connector.
2. RF OUTPUT
Gives you the possibility to connect the receiver to TV by RF cable.
3. AUDIO Right (Red RCA) and Left (White RCA) These connectors give you the possibility to connect the
audio signal to an external amplifier or to the audio input
of your TV.
4. VIDEO (Yellow RCA)
This connector has a constant video signal for additional VCR-connections.
5. TV Scart Connector
Use this connector to connect your receiver to your TV using a scart cable.
6. VIDEO Scart Connector
Use this connector to connect your receiver to your video recorder using a
scart cable. Your video signal will now be looped through to your TV.
7. IR SENSOR
Use this connector to connect an external remote eye if you wish to store
your receiver in a place where the IR on your receiver cannot communicate
with the remote. For example, if you wish to put your receiver in a closed
environment such as a well ventilated closet, then this accessory will be
useful because it can allow the remote control to control the receiver through
the remote eye.
8. RS 232 Serial Port
This serial port can be used to connect your PC to your receiver, and enables
you to download new versions of software into your receiver. Detailed
information about downloading software into your receiver can be found on
our website (www.strongsat.com).
Note: It is recommended to ONLY use the original software provided via our website. Loading other versions of software not adapted to your model number can cause severe damage to your receiver, and
will not be covered by the warranty.
9. S/PDIF
10. Power Supply
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Use this coaxial output to connect your receiver to the input of your digital
audio amplifier.
Connection for external power supply (in the package). Your adaptor needs a
main voltage of 90~240V AC (Auto-selectable), 50~60Hz+/-5%. The receiver
operates with a voltage between 12 / 24 Volts DC. You may use the standard
supplied Cigarette Lighter – Power cord for use of your receiver in mobile
solutions (i.e. camping, boat)
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Note: Please make sure that only the original supplied power adaptor Is used in combination with your
receiver.
3.0 Connections
3.1 Connecting to your TV & VCR
3.1.1 Basic connection with a coaxial cable (Please see inside cover Figure 4)
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Connect the antenna cable of your terrestrial antenna with the ANT input.
Connect the To HF OUT connector at the back of the receiver to the ANT IN connector
on your TV set.
3.1.2 Basic connection with a Scart cable (Please see inside cover Figure 5)
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Connect the antenna cable of your terrestrial antenna with the ANT input.
Connect the TV scart connector at the back of the receiver to the scart-in connector on your TV set.
3.1.3 Advanced connection (Please see inside cover Figure 6)
Connect the antenna cable of your terrestrial antenna with the ANT input.
Connect the TV scart connector at the back of the receiver to the scart-in connector on your TV set.
„ Connect the VCR scart connector at the back of the receiver to the scart-in connector on your VCR set.
„ Connect a coaxial cable to the TV/VCR connector at the back of the receiver. Connect the other
end of this coaxial cable to the ANT IN connector of your VCR.
„ Connect the TV OUT connector of your VCR to the ANT IN connector of your TV set with a coaxial cable.
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Note: If you have a digital audio amplifier with a digital audio input, use the S/PDIF output.
3.1.4 Connection with Audio/Video RCA Cable
(Please see inside cover Figure 7)
On the back of your receiver you will find the RCA connectors (Audio Left & Right – Red& white,
Video – Yellow)
„ Install an audio/video cable between the RCA connectors of the receiver and those of your TV set
or amplifier.
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3.1.5 Connection to a digital audio amplifier using the S/PDIF output
(Please see inside cover Figure 8)
Connect the S/PDIF out connector on the back of your receiver to the S/PDIF input connector of
your digital amplifier, using a coaxial cable.
„ Do not forget to turn the S/PDIF function on (Main menu > Installation >PIN code ”0000”>
TV/VCR Settings > SPDIF Output > On)
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3.1.6 Connecting a remote eye (Please see inside cover Figure 9)
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Connect the IR sensor to your remote eye if you wish to store your receiver in a place where the
IR on your receiver cannot communicate with the remote.
For example, if you wish to put your receiver in a closed environment such as a well ventilated closet, then this
accessory will be useful because it can allow the remote control to control the receiver through the remote eye.
3.1.7 Connecting a serial cable for downloading software
(Please see inside cover Figure 10)
Connect the RS 232 connector on the back of your receiver to the Serial port of your computer
using a serial cable.
„ Instructions on how to download software can be found on our website www.strongsat.com (support > downloads).
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4.0 Starting up
Ensure that your terrestrial receiver is correctly connected to your television and dish, and that your antenna
signal is of good quality. (If you are not sure about this then ask your local Strong dealer to check your
installation or antenna signal).
4.1 Starting up for the First Time
Connect your DVB-T receiver as under point 3 described.
Enter the present menu < System-Setup / Language setting /Menu language>. Press OK button to
confirm your selection. Press the Back button until you go back to installation menu.
„ Follow the path < Installation / (PIN '0000') / Country Selection >. Select country and press OK button. Once selection is confirm "Country Selected Sucessfully" appears.
„ Follow the path < Installation / (PIN '0000')/ Channel Set-Up/Auto Scan > to select the automatic
scan search option for all available TV and Radio programmes. Press OK button to confirm your
selection and wait. Press the Back button until you go back to main menu.
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Note: It is important to select the correct country inside the menu before the scanning process starts to avoid
scanning problems.
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5.0 Basic settings
Note: Every time the receiver asks you to put your PIN code, enter ‘0000’ on your remote control using [0-9]
numeric keypads.
Remem ber: To switch between the TV/Radio channels list, you will have to press the TV/RAD buttons on
your remote accordingly.
5.1 Main Menu (Please see inside cover Screen 1)
All the important settings and features of your receiver can be operated from the Main Menu. The Main
Menu consists of several sub-menus such as “Channel Organizer”, “Favourite Organizer”, “Timer”,
“Installation” and “Games”. To display and navigate through the main menu of the receiver please apply
the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Use UP/DOWN keys, to navigate through the menu.
3. Press OK button every time you select an item from the menu.
4. Press the Back button to terminate an operation.
5. Press the Back button until you go back to main menu.
Tip: Always read the Help bar displayed at the bottom of your screen.
5.1.1 Service Organizer Menu
The “Channel Organizer” menu enables you to sort channels, make your own Favourite channels list, edit
channel names and delete channels from the list.
A check mark will be shown on the selected channel. Use the UP/DOWN buttons to move to the position
that you want the channel to be at, and press the Blue (manual) button once again. The channel will then
be moved to the position you selected. Once you have finished sorting the channels, press the Back button
until you are back in the Normal TV mode.
(A message that the receiver is saving the changes you made will be displayed).
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Sorting Channels from the channels list:
To sort your channels, please apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Service Organizer" and press OK.
3. Enter PIN CODE (‘0000’ default code) and press OK.
4. Press the Red (Sort) button to sort your channels. <Please see inside cover Screen 2>
„ If you press the Red (Name) button, you can sort the list of channels alphabetically. <Please
see inside cover Screen 3>
„ If you press the Green (Type) button, you can sort the channels by the type of the channel,
CI or scrambled program.
„ If you press the Yellow (MUX) button, you can edit the channels per broadcasted frequency.
„ If you press the Blue (Manual) button you can sort the channels manually.
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Setting Favourite channels from the channel list:
You can set a list of Favourite channels from the current TV/Radio channels list. To set your Favourite
channels, please apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Service Organizer" and press OK.
3. Press the Green (Fav) button to switch into Favourite organizer mode. <Please see inside cover
Screen 2>
4. The default Favourite list names are: "Movie", "News", "Sports", and "Music".
5. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys, select the channel and press the coloured button on your
remote corresponding to the classification of the channel. For example, if you press the Red
(movie) button the channel is designated as "Movie" Favourite channels. A red heart will appear
behind the channels’ name. If the Red button is pressed again the selected channel is un-selected
from Movie Favourite list. <Please see inside cover Screen 4>
6. One channel can be saved into more than one Favourite list. You can change selected Favourite
channels in "Favourite Organizer" menu.
7. Press the Back button until you go back to main menu.
You can view the Favourite list you set by pressing the FAV button while you are watching TV or listening to
a Radio channel.
Editing Channels from the channel list:
You can change the channel name, lock a channel and change the skipping functions. To change the name
of the channel, please apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Service Organizer" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys, select the channel.
4. Press the Yellow (Edit) button. <Please see inside cover Screen 2 and 5>
5. Press OK on the channel name and the keyboard will appear on screen. <Please see inside cover
Screen 6>
6. Use UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys to select a letter, and the OK button to overwrite the current channel
name letter by another letter. Go up with the cursor into the line of the new name and press OK
to confirm the changed name. Press BACK to go back to the menu.
Change lock function:
If you lock a channel, you can only watch it from the TV list after entering your PIN Code. To change
lock function, apply the following steps:
1. Apply the first four steps detailed in “Change name of channel” described in section 5.1.1).
2. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys, select “Lock field”. <Please see inside cover Screen 7>
3. Press OK and enter your PIN Code.
4. The lock function will be marked.
5. Move your cursor to the OK field and press the OK button.
6. To unlock the channel repeat the same procedure.
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Change the Skip function:
If Skip function is activated, the channel will be skipped when you are scrolling through the TV list in normal watching mode. Please apply the following steps:
1. Apply the first four steps detailed in “Change name of channel” (Described in section 5.1.1).
2. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys, select “Skip field”. <Please see inside cover Screen 8>
3. Press OK and enter your PIN Code.
4. The skip function will be marked.
5. Move your cursor to the OK field and press the OK button.
6. To unlock the channel repeat the procedure.
Change Video Package Identifier V-PID, Audio A-PID, Program P-PID Values:
1. Apply the first four steps detailed in “Change name of channel” described previously.
2. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys, select “PID field”. <Please see inside cover Screen 8>
3. Using the numeric keypad [0-9], enter the new value.
4. Move your cursor to the “OK field” and press the OK button.
Deleting Channels from channel list
You can delete channels from the channel list by applying the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Service Organizer" and press OK.
3. Press the Blue (Delete) button <Please see inside cover Screen 2>
4. Using UP/DOWN or P+/P- keys on your remote, select the channel.
5. Press the Red button to delete the selected channel.
6. Press the Green button to delete all channels from the list.
7. Press the Yellow Button to exit the delete menu.
5.1.2 Favourite Organizer Menu
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This menu enables you to organize your Favourite channels list. All the channels that you have marked as
your Favourite in the “Service organizer” menu can be sorted by applying the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button. <Please see inside cover Screen 1>
2. Using UP/DOWN keys , select "Favourite Organizer" and press OK. <Please see inside cover Screen 9>
„ Sort Red button: Same as the Sort function of “Service Organizer” menu. <Please see
inside cover Screen 3>
„ NxtFav (Next Favourite Group) Green button: Shows the next Favourite group list.
„ Edit Yellow button: You can edit the name of the Favourite group in the same way as you
change a channel name in the “Service Organizer” Menu. <Please see inside cover Screen 6>
„ Remove Blue button: Removes the selected channel directly from the Favourite list that
was selected.
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5.1.3 The Timer Menu
The timer can automatically switch on or off your receiver at any time. This enables you for example to
record programs with your VCR while you are not at home. It also can be used to wake you up at the time
you set it. Please apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button. <Please see inside cover Screen 1>
2. Using UP/DOWN keys on your remote, select “Timer Menu” and press OK. <Please see inside
cover Screen 10>
„ Timer number: You can select up to 8 different events.
„ Timer State: Set to “Enabled” to use the timer function, or "Disable” to stop the timer
functions of the timer number you selected.
„ Timer mode: You can select the following functions in the timer mode.
1. “Power On”: The receiver powers on at the designated date and time.
2. “Time interval”: The receiver switches on at the designated date and time, displays
the channel and then switches off at the designated date and time (The value set
at the ending time).
3. “Power Off”: The receiver powers off at the designated date and time.
Press OK, now you will see the channel list, select a channel and Press OK
Timer Cycle: You can set the cycle of the action designated in the timer mode (one time,
Every Day or Every Week).
„ Date: You can set the starting date of the timer action.
„ Time: You can set the starting time of the timer action.
„ Ending Time: You can set the ending time of the channel view when the Timer mode is on
Time Interval.
„ Channel: You can select the channel to be shown when the receiver timer mode Powers ON
3. Press the Red button to save and proceed with another timer event
4. Press the Green button to save and exit the timer menu
5. Press the Yellow button to exit the timer menu WITHOUT saving the settings
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Tip: You have to select the channel, starting time, and ending time settings if the Timer mode is “Time
interval”. An error message will appear if any of the settings are incorrect.
5.1.4 The Installation Menu (Please see inside cover Screen 1)
All settings that are related to TV channel search are within this menu. The installation menu contains several
sub menus such as “System Set-up”, “Country selection”, “Channel Set-up” and “Parental Lock”. To access the
different sub menus, apply the following:
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5.1.4.1 System Set-up Menu (Please see inside cover Screen 11)
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Language Settings: You can change the language of the menu, audio and subtitles by applying
the following steps <Please see inside cover Screen 12>:
1. Select “Language Settings” and Press OK or the Right button.
2. Select “Menu Language” and Press OK or the Right button.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select the language in which you want your menu to be displayed
and press OK. The screen of the menu will change to the language of your choice.
4. You can also choose your preferred first audio language, second audio language and the
subtitle language by applying the same steps.
5. Press BACK until you return to the main menu.
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TV/VCR Settings <Please see inside cover Screen13>: You can set the TV/VCR settings to your personal preferences. Check your TV and VCR user manuals for the correct settings. You can change
your TV/VCR settings by applying the following steps:
1. Select “TV/VCR Settings” and press OK or the Right button.
„ TV Mode: Press OK or the Right button and set your TV mode to “Multi”, “PAL” or “NTSC”.
„ Video Mode: Press OK or the Right button and set your VCR mode to “CVBS”
(Composite video) or “RGB” (preferred option if your TV set is compatible with it).
„ Screen Mode: Press OK or the Right button and set your screen mode to “4:3 Full
Screen”, “4:3 Letter” or “16:9”.
„ Audio Output: Press OK or the Right button and set your audio output to
“Stereo”, “Left only” or “Right only” (left or Right is for mono TV sets)
„ S/PDIF Output: Press OK or the Right button and activate your S/PDIF output on
the back of your receiver, so you can connect it to a digital Audio amplifier using a
coaxial cable.
„ VCR Scart: Press OK or the Right button and set the scart output to “Auto” or “STB” (Set
Top Box). If set to “STB”, the VCR scart signal is not automatically looped through.
„ Antenna power (ON/ OFF). Antenna Power is preset in OFF Mode. Only when
using an active antenna this function must be switched "ON". Press OK or the
Right button to select "ON".
„ UHF Mode: Press OK or the Right button and set the UHF mode to “PAL B/G”,
“PAL I” or “PAL D/K”. If the TV set is connected using a coaxial (RF) cable, you
must select RF modulator type here. The RF modulator type affects the channel
audio. (Select PAL I for UK , NI or ROI use.)
„ UHF Channel: Press OK or the Right button and set the UHF channel number to
the same UHF channel number of your TV set. This only has to be done if your TV
set is connected with a coaxial (RF) Cable. If the UHF Channel numbers of the
receiver and the TV set are not set the same, no picture will be displayed. Select a
channel between 21 and 69 and press OK to confirm.
2. Press BACK until you go back to main menu.
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To install your receiver to your personal preferences, go to “System Set-up” menu. Then please apply the
following steps:
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select “System Set-up” and press OK.
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OSD Settings: You can set the OSD (On Screen Display) on your TV to your personal preferences.
You can change the OSD settings by applying the following steps:
1. Select “OSD Settings” and press OK or the Right button. <Please see inside cover Screen 14>
„ Colour Scheme: Press OK or the Right button and set the colours of the OSD
menu to “Basic”, “Colour 1” or “Colour 2”.
„ Transparency: Press OK or the Right button and select how transparent you want
your OSD.
„ Brightness: Press OK or the Right button and select how you want the OSD to be.
„ OSD Timeout: Press OK or the Right button and select how long you want the
information banner to be on the screen when starting up your receiver or when
changing channels.
„ LCN Mode (Logical Channel Numbering): Automatic numbering of channels
through antenna signal. Only usable when broadcaster supports LCN function. In
this case switch LCN Mode "ON". Note: When LCN Mode is switched "ON", it
disables function described under 5.1.1. "Sorting channels".
2. Press BACK until you go back to main menu.
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Time setting: The system uses GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) as a default. To set the time, apply
the following steps <Please see inside cover Screen 15>:
„ Select GMT usage: Press OK or the Right button and use the UP/DOWN buttons
to select the GMT usage "ON" or “OFF”. "ON" activates the selection "Time
Zone"; "OFF" activates "Set Local Time/ Date". Press OK to save your setting.
„ Select Time Zone: Press OK or the Right button, and a list of the GMT plus or
minus the hours you need for your country is displayed. Using UP/DOWN keys
select the correct one, and the receiver will automatically show the current time in
your country. To set the time manually:
„ Select Set Local Time: Press OK or the Right button. Use your UP/DOWN
buttons or Numeric buttons [0-9] to set the local time. When set, press OK to
save the local time.
„ Select Set Date: Press OK or the Right button and set the date the way you
have set the time.
2. Press the BACK button until you go back to the Main Menu.
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Power on channel: This function allows you to set the channel you want when the receiver turns
on. To set the power on channel, apply the following steps <Please see inside cover Screen 16>:
1. Select “Power on Channel” and press OK or the Right button.
„ Last Viewed: The receiver will start-up with the channel that you viewed before
turning the receiver off.
„ Define Channel: This function allows you to set the channel you want when the
receiver turns on. To define the channel, apply the following steps:
1. Press OK or the Right button and select in the TV or radio list of channels
the channel you want to have your receiver start-up with.
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System Information: The system information displays information about your receiver such as
model number, software and boot version. To check system information, apply the following steps:
1. Select “System information” and press OK or the Right button.
<Please see inside cover Screen 18>
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Factory Reset: Be careful when using this function, because it will erase all the data and parameters
you may have set earlier to your receiver. Once you have made a Factory Reset you will have to reinstall your preferences and re-scan your channels. To reset your receiver to factory default, apply
the following steps:
1. Select “Factory Reset” and press OK.
2. Enter your PIN Code. The receiver will reset itself to the original factory settings.
3. Before using the function "Automatic Scan search" (see 5.1.4.3),
select "Country selection" (5.1.4.2) first.
Note: Your PIN code will change back to the factory setting “0000”.
5.1.4.2 Country selection (Please see inside cover Screen 19)
To install your receiver with all terrestrial TV and Radio programmes available in your country, go to
"Country selection".
1. Press the Menu button
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Country Selection" and press OK.
4. Using UP/DOWN keys, select your country and press OK to confirm.
5.1.4.3 Channel Set-Up (Please see inside cover Screen 20)
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Automatic Scan search: (Please see inside cover 21,22)
1. Press the Menu button
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Channel Set-up" and press OK.
4. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Auto Scan" and press OK.
5. The screen "Auto Detection" appears first. Thereafter the screen "Auto Scan". follows.
Wait until the automatic scan has finished.
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Manual Scan search: (Please see inside cover Screen 23)
1. Press the Menu button
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Channel Set-up" and press OK.
4. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Manual Scan" and press OK.
5. Using LEFT/RIGHT keys, select "Channel No", "Frequency" and "Bandwidth" and press OK.
With the menu "Channel Management" (Please see inside cover Screen 24) you can manually delete single
or all channels and scan new ones. Press OK to confirm.
Note: Automatic scanning process can only be successful when having selected the correct country inside
the menu (5.1.4.2)
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The channel set-up is for downloading all DVB-T available TV and Radio channels. There are two possibilities for downloading the programmes:
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5.1.4.4 Parental Lock – Changing PIN Code (Please see inside cover Screen 25)
This function changes the Personal Identification Number (PIN) that is used to control access to the menu
and individual channels. In this function, you can lock/unlock channels and you can change your PIN code
by applying the following steps:
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To lock/unlock the menu, please apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button on your remote.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys on your remote, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. The receiver will ask you to put your PIN code. This PIN code is currently set to ‘0000’.
4. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Parental lock" and press OK.
5. Using RIGHT / LEFT keys, you can select either "lock" or "unlock" and press OK. By
selecting "lock", the receiver asks you to enter your PIN every time you want to access the
menu. By selecting "unlock" it gives you the possibility to access the menu all the time
without the receiver asking you for a PIN code.
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To change your PIN code, apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button on your remote.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Installation" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Parental lock" and press OK.
4. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "Old PIN" and enter ‘0000’
5. Using UP/DOWN keys, select "New PIN" and enter a new PIN
6. Using UP/DOWN keys select "Verify PIN" and enter the same new PIN
7. Press the Green button on your remote to Save & Exit
8. Press the Back button until you go back to main menu.
You are recommended to write down your new PIN code. In case you forget it, you can reset your receiver
to factory default settings but you will lose all information you saved.
Your Personal PIN Code: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
5.1.5 Games
If you want to play a game, apply the following steps:
1. Press the Menu button on your remote.
2. Using UP/DOWN keys on your remote, select "Games" and press OK.
3. Using UP/DOWN keys on your remote, select the game you want to play and press OK.
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6.0 Basic functions – Remote Control
All features of the set-top box can be controlled with the remote control. Inserting batteries to the Remote
Control Unit:
1. Open the battery cover on the rear of the remote control Unit.
2. Insert the two supplied batteries (1.5V) observing the polarity (+/-) and the “AAA” specification.
3. Firmly replace the battery cover.
While viewing TV or Radio channels various functions can be applied using your remote control. Outlined
is an explanation of the buttons on your Remote and their corresponding functions that can be performed
while watching TV or listening to the Radio. (See inside cover for the illustration of the remote control)
Switches the Receiver ON or OFF.
Shows the list of subtitle languages the current channel supports. You can
change the subtitle language you want by using the Up/Down keys and
pressing OK on your remote.
3. TEXT
Enables Teletext.
4. LIST
Displays the list of channels you have scanned with your receiver. You can
change the channel you want to watch by using the Up/Down keys and
pressing the OK button. The LIST button is disabled in the favourite channel
mode because there can be a number of different channels on which you
have different favourite channels.
5. Mute
Enables or disables the sound Mutes.
6. TV/RAD
Switches between TV or Radio mode.
7. FAV
Displays the list of favourite channels If you press FAV on the remote control
in No menu state. You can preview the channel via PIG (Picture in Graphic),
and move through the list of channels quickly with the
CHANNEL UP/ CHANNEL DOWN buttons.
8. CHANNEL Up/ Down
Used for stepping through the channels or navigating within the OSD Menus
9. VOL Left/ Right
Used for adjusting the volume or for navigating within the OSD Menus
(Left /Right). In channel list used to scroll list – prev/next 10 items (duplicate
Page-/Page+ buttons)
10. OK
To confirm actions in the menu systems. In view mode displays the current
channel list. (For example TV, Radio or Favourite).
11. MENU
The main menu for setting up the receiver.
12. BACK
Exits the current OSD page. In TV mode: switches back to previous channels
13. AV
Selects TV or Digital TV
14. Information <Please see inside cover Screen 26>
Shows program information.
English
1. STANDBY ON/OFF
2. SUB
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15. EPG
16. PAUSE
17. AUDIO
18. PAGE Plus/ Minus
19. Color Buttons
20. 0 – 9
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Display the EPG (Electronic Program Guide). EPG shows the event information on the current channel by time zone. EPG is divided into Weekly mode,
Daily mode and Extend mode. It provides timer based recording and automatic
power ON/Off. The event is displayed only if the channel supports EPG. If
you press EPG, the Weekly mode is displayed as default.
„ Weekly (Red Button): The current TP channel list is displayed on
the left, and the event information is displayed on the right by time
zone <Please see inside cover Screen 27>.
„ Daily (Green Button): If you want to display the Daily mode of the
current channel, press Green (Daily). In the daily mode, the receiver
shows the designated channel in PIG, and displays the channel
event in detail <Please see inside cover Screen 28>.
„ Extended (Yellow Button): If you press the Yellow button, the
receiver shows the detailed information of the current event
<Please see inside cover Screen 29>.
„ Timer (Blue Button): Move the cursor to an event in the required
time zone, and press Blue (Timer). The timer is then set to the
designated time. See “Timer Menu” (Described in section 5.1.3) for
details of the timer.
„ Press BACK to close the EPG menu.
Freezes the picture.
Shows the list of available audio languages for the channel you are watching.
You can change the audio language you want to hear by using the Up/Down
keys, and pressing the OK button. In addition it sets the current channel audio
to stereo ((•)), left-mono ((• or right-mono •)). Pressing the sound button
changes the sound icon on the top banner. The selected sound information is
saved by channel, and is set to the sound mode when you watch the channel.
Scrolling page by page. Page+ for the next 10 items, Page- for the previous
10 items.
Within the Videotext mode the color buttons follow the color codes of the
broadcaster. In the menu follow the color codes for various functions.
Numeric Direct entry of numerical functions in the menus or in channels selection.
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A.1 Trouble Shooting
Occasionally receivers can hang-up (just like with a PC) so you are recommended to reset the receiver by
disconnecting it from mains power. Wait 30 seconds and connect to mains power again and now check if
the unit is working as expected. If the receiver does not work properly after checking the trouble shooting
section, please contact the dealer. Don’t open the receiver cover, it may cause an electrical shock due to
high current voltage and the warranty of your receiver will be void if the receiver has been opened.
Symptoms
Cause
The green/red lights on
front panel do not light up
The power cord is not
plugged in
No picture and sound
TV is set to wrong channel
Solution
Check that the power cord is plugged into the
wall outlet
Check if the TV is switched on and set your TV to the
correct EXT / AV channel
No picture and sound
Problem in cable connections
between receiver and TV
Check if the scart and is connected
correctly to the TV and to the back of the receiver
Receiver “hang-up”
Switch off receiver; disconnect the main power cord of
the receiver from the 220 V main power. After 30
seconds reconnect to the main power and check if it is
working properly
No sound
The receiver or TV is in
“MUTE” mode
Press the MUTE button on the remote control unit of
your receiver and TV
No sound or picture
Problem in scart cable
connections between
receiver and TV
Firmly press the scart connectors on the backside of
the TV and receiver. Replace the scart cable
The receiver displays the
This is normal, the bad
message “No or bad signal” weather is interfering the
during bad weather
signal of the antenna
conditions.
Once the weather is better the picture will appear
The receiver displays the
Wrong parameters set in
message “No or bad signal” the menu
Check settings of antenna and Channel set up menu.
The receiver displays the
message “No or bad signal”
Wrong alignment of the
antenna
Ask your dealer to check the outdoor unit and antenna
cable
The remote control is not
working
The batteries of the remote Check whether the batteries are inserted correctly in
control are not inserted or your remote control. Check the batteries, and if they are
exhausted
exhausted, replace them
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No picture and sound
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A.2 Glossary of terms
DVB-T
Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial - Digital TV via antenna
(same as DTT- Digital Terrestrial Television).
EPG
Electronic program guides that are transmitted by some broadcaster to display
information guide about a program content.
MPEG
The Moving Picture Experts Group is founded by the ISO. MPEG is a standard
method for digital transmission of video and audio.
Network
A network which is also known as a bouquet is a set of channels that is offered by a
single broadcaster.
PAL
Referring to the Phase Alternate Line colour system adopted by European broadcasters.
Parental lock
This function gives you the possibility to ‘lock’ other several functions of the receiver
to prevent unauthorized users such as children to view channels that are not
suitable for them. A PIN code is required to use of the parental lock.
PID
The transmitted packages have identifiers (PID) that tells the receiver what to do with
the received information. Receivers normally use four types of PID, these are V-PID
(video PID), A-PID (audio PID), P-PID (Program PID) and data PID (EPG information).
PIN CODE
Personal Identification Number. A four-digit code that is used for locking/unlocking,
e.g. with the parental control feature.
RS 232
Serial data port.
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• Technical Specification
Technical Specifications
Demodulator
Demodulation: COFDM/ 16QAM/ 64QAM
OFDM Spectrum: 2K - 8K
Video Decoder
Profile level: MPEG-2 Main Profile @ Main Level
Input Rate: MPEG2 Video decoding
(ISO/EC-13818-2) up to 15 Mbits/s
Video Resolution: 720 x 576 pixels for PAL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 16:9, Pan& Scan, Letterbox
Audio Decoder
MPEG/ MusiCam layer I & II
Sampling rate: 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
Audio mode: Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual Channel, Mono, AC 3
Tuner
Front End: DVB-T
Input Frequency Range: VHF (47 ~ 230 MHz) and UHF (417 ~862 MHz )
RF input Signal Level: -87 ~ -20 dBm
Loop through frequency range: 47-862 MHz
Remote Control
Remote Control with colour buttons and short cut
Batteries: 2 Size AAA
Connectors
Antenna input: IEC-60169-2, Female
RF Loop/Modulator output: IEC-60169-2, Male
RF modulator frequency range: 471-855 MHz (CH21-69)
2 SCART: TV and VCR
S/PDIF (RCA) – Coaxial Output
3 RCA: Audio L/R, Video
IR Sensor
Data Interface: Serial Port RS 232, 9-pin D-sub type
Power input jack for 12/24 V DC
System and Memory
Flash Memory: 4 Mbytes
SDRAM: 8 Mbytes
EEPROM: 64 kBytes
Main processor: STi 5518
General Data
External power adaptor: from
90 ~ 240 V AC 50/60 Hz to 12 V DC
Power consumption: max 25 W, Stand-by mode: 13 W
Operating Temperature: +5°C ~ +45°C
Storage Temperature: 0°C +50°C
Humidity: 25% - 70%
Size (WxHxD) in mm: 280 x 40 x 200
Weight: 2 kg