User Manual
V 2.3
CONTENTS
Introduction .............................................................................1
Features ................................................................................................1
System Requirements .............................................................................1
The Remote Control..................................................................2
Buttons ..................................................................................................2
Parts and Functions ..................................................................4
Quick Start...............................................................................5
PC Connection ..........................................................................6
OS Support ............................................................................................6
Connecting via USB ................................................................................6
Upgrading Firmware ...............................................................................6
Formatting the Internal HDD ...................................................................7
Network Connection..................................................................8
Connecting Wired Ethernet .....................................................................8
Connecting Wireless ...............................................................................8
Accessing Shared Folders on PC ............................................................ 10
Mapping Network Drive from PC ............................................................ 16
BitTorrent ............................................................................................ 16
TV Connection........................................................................ 18
Connecting to AV Equipments ............................................................... 18
Using the AV Playback Function ............................................... 21
Browsing Media Files ............................................................................ 21
Timer Record ....................................................................................... 24
Setup .................................................................................... 26
Misc..................................................................................................... 26
Audio................................................................................................... 26
Video ................................................................................................... 26
Network............................................................................................... 27
Record ................................................................................................. 27
Set Time .............................................................................................. 27
DTV ..................................................................................................... 27
System ................................................................................................ 28
Appendix ............................................................................... 29
Specifications ....................................................................................... 29
Copyright and Trademarks .................................................................... 30
Introduction
Introduction
Features
 Plays back Blu-ray ISO/H.264/WMV/VC-1/Xvid/MPEG-1/MPEG-2/RM/RMVB movie files,
MP3/WMA/OGG/FLAC/AAC music files, JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG photo and graphic files.
 Supports NTFS/FAT32 file system.
 Supports both NTSC and PAL TV systems.
 Supports 1080p video output.
 Supports HDMI and component video output.
 Supports Music Slideshow
 Supports external USB storage media playback.
 Supports playback via SAMBA Ethernet protocol.
 Supports USB wireless dongle.
System Requirements
A desktop or notebook PC with Ethernet port
Available USB connection
350 MHz Pentium class processor or higher
Operating systems: Microsoft® Windows® 7 / Windows Vista™ / Windows® XP SP2
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The Remote Control
The Remote Control
Buttons
1
○
STANDBY:
2 TV SYS:
○
Activate this device / Return to Standby
Switch output TV system to NTSC/PAL
(Startup only)
3
○
RECALL:
Jump back and forth between two
channels
4
○
EPG:
Display Electronic program guide (EPG)
5
○
GOTO:
Jump to a specific time
6
○
INFO:
Display file properties / played time
7
○
ZOOM:
Enlarge image
8
○
SELECT:
Teletext button
9
○
AUDIO:
Switch audio tracks in a movie
10
○
SUBTITLE:
Switch DVD subtitles;
Switch Xvid subtitle On/Off
○
REPEAT:
11
12
○
Change the repeat mode
Shift Key.
:
Press this button first and then press 0~9
buttons to input channel in DTV.
13
○
HOME:
Return to Home Menu
14
○
RETURN:
Return to parental folder
15
○
MENU:
Display DVD menu;
Show menu dialogue box (in browsing
mode only)
Cursor buttons
16
○
:
17
○
ENTER:
Play/Pause the current selected file or
folder
2
18
○
:
Fast rewind
19
○
:
Fast forward
The Remote Control
20
○
:
Play the previous file
21
○
:
Stop current playback
22
○
:
Play the next file
23
○
:
Volume down
24
○
:
Volume up
25
○
:
Mute
26
○
:
Functions according to Teletext content
27
○
:
Functions according to Teletext content
28
○
:
Start recording/ repeat press for record
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○
:
Functions according to Teletext content
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○
:
Functions according to Teletext content
length setup
Note:
 This device must be activated before it will respond to commands from the
remote control.
 When using the remote control, point the remote control towards the front
of this device.
 The
icon will appear on the screen when a button of non-available
operation is pressed.
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Parts and Functions
Parts and Functions
1 Power LED: (Blue)
○
Blinking: Received a remote control signal.
Off: Power off.
On: Power on.
Fast blinking: Booting up/ Accessing data through PC connection.
Power switch:
Press this button to turn on this device.
Press and hold this button for about 3 seconds to turn off this device.
2 USB type A connector: Connect the USB mass storage devices/ USB wireless dongle with this
○
device using a USB cable.
3 Kensington Security
○
Connects to a Kensington lock pin.
Slot:
4 Component video
○
output connector:
5
○
Output component video signals.
The colors of the jacks are green, blue and red. (cable not provided)
Composite audio/video Output composite video/audio signals.
output connector:
The colors of the jacks are yellow, red and white.
6 DVB-T IEC connector: Input DVB-T signal. Connect this jack to a DVB-T IEC cable. (cable not
○
provided)
7 Power connector:
○
Connect to the AC adapter. (DC 12V)
8 USB type B connector: Connecting this device with a PC using a USB cable.
○
9 Optical digital audio
○
connector:
Output S/PDIF digital audio signal. Connect this jack to an AV receiver
with a TOSLINK cable. (cable not provided)
10 HDMI connector:
○
Outputs digital video/audio signals with a HDMI cable.
11 RJ45 connector:
○
Connect this device to Local Area Network (LAN) using a RJ45 cable.
(cable not provided)
12 USB type A connector: Connect the USB mass storage devices/ USB wireless dongle with this
○
device using a USB cable.
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Quick Start
Quick Start
Read before use.
1.
Do not operate electronics with wet hands.
2.
Do not operate this device in a bathroom or near water.
3.
Do not bend cables in a sharp angle.
4.
Keep this device and cables out of reach of children.
5.
Keep this device and its accessories away from heat sources.
How do I use this device?
This device plays media contents stored in its internal HDD, in an external USB storage
connected to it, or on a server via SAMBA Ethernet protocol. In the Home Menu, select the
mode and the medium you want to browse, and then press the
ENTER button to start
playback.
How do I copy media files into it?
1.
Connect the AC adapter to this device.
2.
Connect this device to your computer with the USB cable.
3.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device.
4.
Copy files just like using a USB external HDD. (No additional software is needed!)
5.
Disconnect this device from your computer using safe remove procedure of your OS.
How do I play media files on my TV?
1.
Connect this device to your TV with correct cables.
2.
Plug the AC adapter into the Power Connector.
3.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device, or press the
STANDBY button on the remote control to activate this device.
4.
Browse with the cursor buttons and the
ENTER button.
What if my TV screen displays unstable image?
Press the TV SYS button repeatedly until the image goes steady. (This only works at startup)
What if my USB wireless dongle does not work?
This device works with certified USB wireless dongles only. Please consult your local
distributor to purchase a certified USB wireless dongle. Please refer to Connecting
Wireless for more information. (page 8)
How to configure settings?
Select and enter the Setup option in the Home Menu.
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PC Connection
PC Connection
OS Support
This device supports Microsoft® Windows® 7 / Windows Vista™ / Windows® XP SP2.
Some USB 2.0 Host Controllers may require updated device driver files to operate
properly. If you have problems with your USB connection, visit the Windows Update web
site to make sure you have the latest Service Packs and device drivers installed on your
PC before contacting technical support.
Connecting via USB
1.
Connect the plug of AC adapter to the connector marked “DC IN”, plug the other end
into an electric outlet.
Note:
When connecting the USB cable, be sure that the LED is off.
2.
Connect the USB cable to the USB type B connector. Then connect the other end to
3.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device.
4.
The computer will detect this device and you can start accessing the drive.
computer’s USB port.
Transferring Files on a USB Connection
Copy files into the internal HDD of this device just like using a USB external HDD. You can do
it with Windows Explorer or any other applications appropriate for this job in your specific OS.
Always check that files have been copied to the device successfully. Always keep two
copies of important files (an original and a backup). We are not liable for data loss or
damage during file transfer or while store on the device.
Disconnecting from USB
1.
Close all programs or Explorer windows that are accessing this device.
2.
Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon (
,
or
) on the System Tray and select
the drive letter assigned to this device. When the system message “safely removed”
appears, unplug the USB cable from the computer.
Upgrading Firmware
1.
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Please consult your local distributor or vendor website for a firmware file.
PC Connection
2.
Save the firmware file to the root folder of an USB mass storage device.
Note:
Do not copy the firmware file to a folder, else the update will not work
3.
Connect this device to a TV and then connect the USB mass storage device to this device.
4.
Press the
5.
Select Setup → System → System Upgrade in the Home Menu to perform upgrade.
STANDBY button on the remote control to activate this device.
It may takes 3~5 minutes for the installation to complete. For a firmware update
operation, the LED may blink during the installation process.
If the message "Installation Error" displays during installing, please try the following steps to
resume installation:
1.
Try use another USB media to avoid hardware incompatibility.
2.
Load the latest firmware file to the root of this USB media.
3.
Plug in the USB media with firmware file and then reboot.
Note:
 This device will automatically reboot several times to finish the installation.
Do not turn it off during the installation process.
 This device will return to Home Menu after the firmware installation is
completed.
 All settings in the Setup Menu will be set to default values after upgrade.
Formatting the Internal HDD
This device supports NTFS/FAT32 file system. Connect this device to a computer via USB
connection (page 6), and then use the format utility of your OS to format the internal HDD.
You may need to refer to the manual of your OS for detailed instruction of its format utility.
Formatting the drive will erase all existing data! If you have files on the drive you want
to save, move them to another drive before reformatting.
Note:
Do not partition the internal HDD - leave it as a single large volume. Partitioning
the internal HDD may cause this device to halt.
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Network Connection
Network Connection
Connecting Wired Ethernet
1.
Use a RJ45 Ethernet cable to connect this device to a network router, hub, or switch; or
connect this device to the Ethernet port on a networked computer.
2.
If you have not already done so, connect this device to your TV.
3.
Connect the power supply to this device.
4.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device, or press the
STANDBY button on the remote control to activate this device. The LED on the front
cover will light up during booting-up. This device will be ready to use when the LED lights
up steadily.
5.
This device is automatically configured so you can browse and play back files stored on
your network volumes. If you want to copy files from your network volumes to this
device, you need to connect to it using a computer on the network.
Connecting Wireless
Note:
This device only supports wireless dongle with Realtek RTL8187B/RTL8192/
RTL8191SU controller. Please consult your local distributor or vendor website
for a certified USB wireless dongle.
1.
Connect the wireless dongle to the USB host port.
2.
If you have not already done so, connect this device to your TV.
3.
Turn on your TV and change the input setting as needed to receive input from this device.
Refer to the manual that came with the TV if you are uncertain how to do this.
4.
Connect the power supply to this device.
5.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device, or press the
STANDBY button on the remote control to activate this device.
6.
When the Home Menu displays on the TV, select Setup and press the
button.
7.
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Select Network and press the
ENTER button.
ENTER
Network Connection
8.
Select Wireless and press the
ENTER button.
9.
This device will list available wireless networks. Select your network and press the
ENTER button.
Note:
If you need to enter a username and password to login to a network volume,
press the
ENTER button on the remote control. This will bring up a
virtual keyboard on the TV display. Use the remote control cursor buttons and
the
ENTER button to select the necessary characters. Please always
check CAPS before entering your password.
10. When the configuration is complete, this device will automatically connect to the wireless
network.
11. Press the
HOME button to return to Home Menu.
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Network Connection
Accessing Shared Folders on PC
1.
Make sure the Workgroup of your PC are set as WORKGROUP.
2.
From your Windows 7/Windows Vista PC, go to:
Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center.
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Network Connection
3.
(For Windows 7) Click on Change advanced sharing settings.
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Network Connection
4.
(For Windows 7) Select Turn on network discovery, Turn on file and printer
sharing, Turn on sharing so anyone with network access can read and write
files in the Public folders and Turn off password protected sharing.
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Network Connection
5.
(For Windows Vista) Click to turn on Network discovery, File sharing and Media
sharing, and click to turn off Password protected sharing.
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Network Connection
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6.
Right click on the folder you wish to share and select Properties.
7.
Go to tab Sharing and click Share.
Network Connection
8.
Click the drop-down list to choose Everyone and click Add. Make sure that Everyone is
in the list and click Share button.
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Network Connection
Mapping Network Drive from PC
1.
Open Windows Explorer and go to Tools → Map Network Drive.
2.
Assign the drive letter you like to use and key in \\ip_address\MEDIA_HDD at the
folder section. Then click Finish. The IP address of this device can be found in Setup →
Network.
3.
An extra drive letter will appear in your Windows Explorer of My Computer.
BitTorrent
1.
If you have not already done so, connect this device to the Internet.
2.
Turn on BitTorrent service in Setup → Network → BitTorrent.
3.
Open your web browser on your computer. In the address bar, enter the IP address of
this device, which you can find in Setup → Network.
4.
Enter username and password, and then click Login button. The default value of
username and password are as below:
Username: admin
Password: admin
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Network Connection
BitTorrent Download
1.
Click Add New Torrent button.
2.
Select a torrent file from your PC and then click Yes.
3.
The select torrent file will be displayed. Check the box of a torrent file, and then you can
select Start, Stop, Delete, Refresh, Down, and Up setting of this file.
4.
Click Setting to set download/upload rate, seed setting, and simultaneous
setting of your download.
Visit Neighbor
This function works with Microsoft IE browser only. Click Visit Neighbor to open the
internal HDD as shared folder of this device. The option in Setup → Network → Network
Sharing must be set as On for this function to take effect.
Account Management
Change the password of user admin.
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TV Connection
TV Connection
Connecting to AV Equipments
HDMI Connection
The HDMI connector can output both digital audio/video signals. Many HDTV sets and digital
AV receivers support this type of connection.
To a TV:
To an AV receiver:
Note:
Some TV sets are equipped with DVI input ports, which will receive video signals
only, but these DVI ports use HDMI connectors instead of standard DVI
connectors. If you find no audio signal output while using HDMI connection,
connect the Composite Audio Connection or the Optical digital audio Connection
as an auxiliary.
Composite Audio/Video Connection
The composite audio/video is compatible with most TV sets and AV amplifiers (receivers.)
Yellow: Video signal; White: Left audio channel; Red: Right audio channel.
Yellow
Red
White
Component Video Connection (Y/Pb/Pr)
If your TV supports Component Video input (Y/Pb/Pr), you can connect it for better video
quality. You will have to connect the audio cable for audio output.
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TV Connection
Note:
Some TV sets are equipped with separate composite and component audio
inputs. Be sure that you have connected the correct one.
White
Green
Red
Red
Blue
SCART Video Connection
If your TV is equipped with SCART input, connect the Composite connectors to a SCART
adapter to output the audio/video signal. (SCART adapter not provided)
Digital Audio Connection
For a high quality digital audio, connect this connector to an AV receiver which equips a
digital audio decoder. (cable not provided)
DVB-T Connection
For DVB-T signals, connect this connector to a DVB-T IEC cable. (DVB-T IEC cable not
provided)
Power Connection
Connect the DC jack of the AC adapter to the connector marked “DC IN” and plug the other
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TV Connection
end into an electrical outlet.
Activating for Playback
1.
Turn on your TV and AV receiver.
2.
Press the Power Switch on the front panel to turn on this device, or press the
STANDBY button on the remote control to activate this device. The activation takes
about 5-7 seconds, and the LED will blink at the same time.
3.
After the LED stops blinking and glows steadily bright, this device is ready to use for
playback.
4.
After playback, press the
Note:
STANDBY button again to return to Standby mode.
When using the remote control, point the remote control towards the front of
this device.
When turning the HDD into Standby mode, please avoid moving it for 2-3 minutes due
to spin down of the device. Moving the HDD while it is still spinning may damage it. We
are not liable for any data loss or damage caused by inappropriate or careless use.
It is recommended to unplug the unit from the power socket completely when not in
use.
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Using the AV Playback Function
Using the AV Playback Function
When this device is connected to a TV and activated for playback, the Home Menu will
display on the TV screen. You can also jump to the Home Menu during playback or while
browsing other menus by pressing the
HOME button on the remote control.
You can use the cursor buttons on the remote control to navigate through menus, options, or
files. Press the
the
ENTER button to open a folder, select an option, or play a file. Press
RETURN button to return to a previous page or menu. Playlists can only be seen in
All and Music modes.
All
All media files will be listed.
Video
Only video files will be listed.
Photo
Only photo files will be listed. Files and folders will be shown in large icons.
Music
Only music files will be listed.
IMS
Access Internet Media Services. (Internet TV, Picasa, Flickr and Weather)
DTV
DVB-T channels will be listed.
Timer Record
Record video on a timed schedule from composite video/audio input or from DTV.
Setup
Set up configuration options for this device.
Browsing Media Files
Browse media files in local storage media (HDD/USB) and in network storage media (NET).
HDD
Browse folders and files located on the internal HDD.
Note:
HDD option will automatically be hidden if the internal HDD is absent.
USB
Browse folders and files located on an external USB device connected to the USB 2.0 host
port on this device.
 If USB bus power is insufficient to power up the USB HDD, connect the AC adapter
to the USB HDD.
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Using the AV Playback Function
 Do not connect 2 USB HDDs to this device at the same time.
Note:
The USB device must be formatted NTFS or FAT32 to support playback on the
TV.
NET
Browse shared network volumes via SAMBA protocol when this device is connected to
network.
UPNP
Browse media files in a UPnP AV MediaServer in the same LAN with this device.
Playing Media Files from HDD/USB
1.
Select a location to browse for the media file you want to play. Select HDD if the file is
saved on the internal HDD or USB if the file is located on an external USB device
connected to this device.
2.
Browse to the folder containing the media file you want to play (use the cursor buttons
on the remote control to navigate through listed folders; press the
ENTER button
to open a folder or subfolder).
3.
Select a media file and press the
ENTER button to start playback.
Playing Media Files from NET
You can use this device to play media files from your network on your TV.
1.
Connect this device to your home network.
2.
From the Home Menu, select NET and press the
3.
The NET menu will show volumes available on your network. Use the cursor buttons on
ENTER button.
the remote control to browse and to select media files you want to play.
Note:
If you need to enter a username and password to login to a network volume,
press the
ENTER button on the remote control. This will bring up a
virtual keyboard on the TV display. Use the remote control cursor buttons and
the
ENTER button to select the necessary characters. Please always
check CAPS before entering your password.
Playing Slideshow/Music Slideshow
1.
Select the image file you want to start the slideshow, then press the
ENTER
button. This device will display all photo images in the folder consecutively with the
selected display interval.
2.
To set the display interval for your slideshow, select Setup in the Home Menu to
access the Setup Menu. Select Misc → Slideshow Interval, and select the time you
want each photo to display. (page 26)
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Using the AV Playback Function
3.
If you want to play music with your slideshow, copy the music tracks to the same folder
or subfolder as the image files. Name the music tracks in the order you would like them
to play, for example, track01, track02, track03, etc. The option in Setup → Misc →
Background Music must be set as On.
Playing a DVD Folder
A DVD folder contains complete files for a DVD movie. This device can play back a movie
from a DVD folder just like playing back a DVD disc. To create a DVD folder, connect this
device to your computer, insert the DVD disc into the computer's optical drive, and use My
Computer or Windows Explorer to browse the disc. Copy the entire "VIDEO_TS" folder
from the DVD to this device. To play the DVD movie, navigate to the VIDEO_TS folder, select
the VIDEO_TS IFO file and press the
Note:
ENTER button on the remote control.
If the DVD folder is incomplete, you can still play back the VOB files directly.
Functions controlled by the IFO file, such as the selection of subtitles, chapters,
and angles, will be lost.
Some DVD discs cannot be copied because they have been protected with CSS
protection. Always obey copyright and intellectual property rights. Do not copy DVDs
with copyright and do not distribute them to others.
Performing Copy, Paste, or Delete Operation
By pressing the
MENU button on a file in HDD, you can select Copy, Paste, Delete, or
Unmark to perform these operations. You can only select Copy or Unmark in NET.
Copy: Copy the selected file.
Paste: Paste the selected file to HDD.
Delete: Delete the selected file in HDD.
Unmark: Cancel selection.
Note:
Pasting a file to NET is prohibited.
Editing Playlist
In the Music mode, by pressing the
MENU button on a music file saved on the internal
HDD, you can select Add to Playlist to add this music file to Quick_List.m3u in /Playlist
folder on the internal HDD. By pressing the
MENU button on a playlist file, you can
select Edit to edit the playlist, or select Save As to save it as another m3u file. You can
select Delete by pressing the
Note:
MENU button on an item in the playlist to delete it.
Copy/Paste/Delete and Add to Playlist option will automatically be hidden
if the internal HDD is absent.
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Using the AV Playback Function
Timer Record
Edit
Edit a schedule of recording.
Source
Select a DTV channel.
Start Time
Set start time of a recording schedule.
Length
Set recording length. Max length is 23hr59min.
Repeat
Select a repeat pattern of a recording schedule.
Device
Display the storage device of the recording schedule, which is fixed as HDD.
Quality
Select the record quality of composite video input. For DTV inputs, only SP quality is
available.
NICAM
Enable NICAM audio input for DTV, which allows one stereo sound channel or two different
mono sound channels to be recorded.
Delete
Delete a selected schedule, or delete all schedules.
Status
Disable a selected schedule.
History
View log of recordings.
Internet TV
Add an Internet TV URL
1.
Acquire an mms or rtsp link of an Internet TV from website.
2.
Use a text editor to capture (copy and paste) the complete path of the link and save the
file with .url extension. The filename will be the name showing under Internet TV
menu.
3.
Copy the .url file to the NetTV folder in the internal HDD
4.
You can also copy the .url files to a USB drive. After connecting the USB drive to this
device, you can browse them in the All mode of the Main Menu.
Note:
 Only mms & rtsp links are supported.
 One .url file can only have one mms or rtsp link. That is, if you have
multiple links, give each one of them a separate file.
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Using the AV Playback Function
 The Internet TV function requires the internal HDD to be installed to
work. Once installed, the firmware will create a NetTV folder
automatically.
 Please make sure that the links are alive.
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Setup
Setup
Select SETUP in Home Menu to enter Setup Menu. Use the cursor buttons to select items.
ENTER button to enter a submenu or to confirm a selection. Press the
Press the
RETURN button to return to previous folder. Press the
HOME button to return to
Home Menu.
Misc
Slideshow Interval
Set time to display each photo during slideshow.
Transition Effect
Set fade or transition options for slideshow display.
Background Music
This function allows you to play photo slide show and music at the same time.
Audio
Output
SPDIF RAW:
Use with an optical audio connection. Outputs digital audio without
decoding.
SPDIF LPCM:
Use with an optical audio connection. Outputs two channel audio signal.
HDMI RAW:
Use with an HDMI connection. Outputs digital audio without decoding.
HDMI LPCM:
Use with an HDMI connection. Outputs two channel audio signal.
Volume
Adjust audio volume.
Video
Video System
The following video systems are available:
NTSC/ PAL/ 480P/ 576P/ 720P 50HZ/ 720P 60HZ/ 1080i 50HZ/ 1080i 60HZ/ 1080p 50HZ/
1080p 60HZ.
Aspect Ratio
Pan Scan 4:3:
Letter Box 4:3:
16:9:
Displays the 16:9 images in “Pan and Scan” with a 4:3 ratio TV connected.
Displays the 16:9 images in “Letter Box” with a 4:3 ratio TV connected.
Displays 16:9 images on a wide screen TV.
Brightness
Adjust brightness setting for video output to the TV.
Contrast
Adjust contrast setting for video output to the TV.
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Setup
Network
When this device is connected to a network, the Network setup menu will display the IP
address for either wired network with DHCP or wireless network.
Wired
DHCP:
Manual:
IP address for this device will be automatically assigned by the Network.
Use to manually assign the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway
used by this device. Use number pad on the remote control to enter the
desired addresses.
Wireless
Available SSIDs will be shown. Input Authentic code to gain access.
Note:
Please select "Open System", "WEP-PSK 64bit/128bit", and
"WPA1/2-PSK-AES/TKIP" authentication when setting up your wireless AP.
BitTorrent
Set BitTorrent service On/Off.
Network Sharing
Set Network Sharing (SAMBA server) service On/Off.
Note:
BitTorrent and Network Sharing option will automatically be hidden if the
internal HDD is absent.
Record
Time Shifting
Set Time Shifting On/Off.
Set Time
Time Zone
Select a time zone.
Auto (via DTV)
Set time via DTV.
Manual Time Setting
Set time manually.
DTV
Region
Select a DVB-T region.
Scan Channel
Scan DVB-T channels.
Set Channel
Set DVB-T channels.
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Setup
System
Menu Language
Select the language used to display the OSD menus and information.
Text Encoding
Select a language code page for additional ANSI local code subtitle support.
Restore Default
Reset all settings to default values.
System Upgrade
Upgrade system firmware.
Version
Show system firmware version.
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Appendix
Appendix
Specifications
HARD DRIVE SUPPORT
Internal Storage
3.5” SATA I/ SATA II HDD
File System
NTFS/ FAT32
INTERFACE
USB 2.0
USB 2.0 type A host port x 2
USB 2.0 type B device port x 1
Ethernet
10/100M RJ45 connector x 1
Wireless Ready
Wireless
802.11g (Realtek RTL8187B controller only)
(not included)
802.11n (Realtek RTL8192/RTL8191SU controller only)
(Support certified USB wireless dongle only)
AUDIO/VIDEO INTERFACE
Digital Input
DVB-T input (IEC x 1)
Analog Output
Composite video and stereo audio out (RCA x 3)
Component video jack (Y/Pb/Pr) (RCA x 3)
Digital Output
HDMI connector x 1
Optical S/PDIF output (TOSLINK x 1)
MEDIA SUPPORT
Audio Support
MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA, AAC, FLAC, Dolby Digital®, DTS®
Video Support
MPEG-1(MPG/DAT),
Blu-ray ISO,
DVD Folder(IFO)/DVD ISO,
MPEG-2(MPG/VOB/TS/M2TS),
MPEG-4(Xvid/AVI/MP4/MOV/M4V),
H.264/AVC/AVCHD(AVI/MKV/FLV/MOV/M4V/TS/M2TS),
VC-1(AVI/MKV/M2TS)
WMV9 (AVI/WMV/MKV),
RM/RMVB(720p)
File Extension
AVI, MKV, MPG, VOB, IFO, TS, M2TS, MOV, M4V, WMV, FLV, RM,
RMVB, ISO
Photo Support
JPEG (baseline), BMP, GIF, PNG
DVD Folder
DVD Menu/Audio/Subtitle/Angle Selection
Xvid Subtitle Format IDX/SUB, SRT, ASS, SSA, SMI, PSB, SUB
Music Slideshow
Music playback during photo slideshow
Max. Content Resolution
Video
1920 x 1080 pixels
JPEG
5120 x 3840 pixels (baseline)
VIDEO OUTPUT
TV System
NTSC / PAL
Screen Ratio
4:3 / 16:9
Component
480i / 480p / 576i / 576p / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz) /
1080p(50/60Hz)
HDMI
480p / 576p / 720p(50/60Hz) / 1080i(50/60Hz) / 1080p(50/60Hz)
GENERAL
Dimensions
202(L) x 151(W) x 52(H) mm
7.95(L) x 5.94(W) x 2.05(H) inch
Weight
496g (Approx. without HDD)
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Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
It is recommended to unplug the unit from the power socket completely when not in
use.
Always check that files have been copied to the device successfully. Always keep two
copies of important files (an original and a backup). We are not liable for data loss or
damage during file transfer or while store on the device.
When turning the HDD into Standby mode, please avoid moving it for 2-3 minutes due
to spin down of the device. Moving the HDD while it is still spinning may damage it. We
are not liable for any data loss or damage caused by inappropriate or careless use.
Copyright and Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Media Player are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation. This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use
or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
Microsoft.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380;
5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and the
Symbol are registered trademarks, & DTS 2.0+ Digital Out and the DTS logos are trademarks
of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
All other products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners and
are hereby recognized as such.
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