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Foreword
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing the DSR 2011 digital receiver.With your new DSR 2011 digital receiver, the
whole world of television is open to you for top-quality viewing!
English
This User Manual will help you get the best out of the extensive and fascinating functions of your
new digital receiver.
As a latest generation digital receiver, the DSR 2011 is also designed to receive and use Premiere
services.With a subscription to Premiere, a whole new dimension in digital television is opened up
to you:
• PREMIERE FILM offers great entertainment to suit all tastes with films non-stop on 7 cinema
channels and on the DISNEY CHANNEL
• PREMIERE SPORT promises the best sports television in the world with more than 4,500 hours
of live sport per year in unique broadcast quality
• 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 that's not all: theme channels for all your moods with documentaries, children's programmes, music channels and adult channels, as well as the best programmes for fans of sci-fi, thrillers,
action and classic movies.
Subscribe to a great time and experience more exclusiveness, more variety and more comfort - with
Premiere.
When installing Premiere, please observe the installation instructions that come with the Premiere
smartcard. If you haven’t got a Premiere smartcard 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 digital receiver DSR 2011.
Your Philips Team
*0.12 Euros/min on the Deutsche Telekom Ltd. fixed network
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Quick installation for the reception of satellite
ASTRA 19.2° East
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.
- Connect your receiver the satellite antenna and TV set as shown below. Do not connect your
receiver to the mains now.
- Switch on your TV set and select a channel.
- Plug the receiver's power supply cord into the mains.
The welcome screen appears.
- Wait for a few seconds for the First Installation screen to appear,
and then
• Select your favourite language.
• Select your country.
• Select your TV screen format.
- Press <OK> to proceed with installation.The Installation screen
appears.
QUICK INSTALLATION 3
English
Please read the safety and environmental instructions before connecting your receiver.
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Satellite ASTRA 19.2° East is already selected.
- Check your antenna pointing using the signal strength and
quality bargraph indicators. If necessary, change the pointing
of your antenna so as to maximize the level of the bargraph
indicators.
- Press <OK> to start searching for channels.
During the search, a bargraph indicates the channel search
progress. A message is displayed when the search has been
completed.
- Press <OK> to watch digital TV.
For detailed information on first installation, see chapter 5.
Meaning of symbols
Important information:
Must be read and understood.
The “Batteries marking symbol” means used batteries must not be disposed of
together with your household waste.
Please inquire about the local regulations regarding disposal of used batteries.
For information: the Philips batteries supplied with your receiver remote do not
contain hazardous substances such as Mercury, Cadmium, or Lead.
The “Material recyclability symbol “ means the package cardboard or User manual
paper is recyclable.
The “Material recyclability symbol “ affixed on plastic parts means these parts are
recyclable.
The “Green Dot” affixed on cardboard means PHILIPS pays a financial duty to the
“Avoidance and Recovery of Packaging Waste” organization.
This receiver contains a large number of materials that can be recycled. If you are
disposing of an old receiver, please take it to a recycling centre.
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Safety and environmental instructions
Your receiver has been manufactured to meet the appropriate safety standards, but the
instructions below should be followed to operate it safely.
These instructions must be kept for future reference.
- The receiver does not contain any user-serviceable parts. All maintenance work must be carried
out by qualified personnel.
- 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 alive.
- Unplug the receiver during lightning storms.
- To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment 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 any heat sources such as radiators, stoves or any other apparatus
that produces heat. Protect it from direct sunlight.
- When installing the receiver, ensure there is a gap of approximately 2.5 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 should 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 or aerosol cleaners.
SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS 5
English
- 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 the dealer.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword
2
English
Quick installation for the reception
of satellite ASTRA 19.2° East
3
Meaning of symbols
4
Safety and environmental instructions
5
6
Day-today operation
19
6.1
Switching your receiver ON
or to STAND-BY
19
6.2
Switching from watching digital TV
to listening to digital radio
19
6.3
Changing channels while watching
digital TV or listening to digital radio
20
1
Product description
8
1.1
Unpacking
8
1.2
Installing the receiver in the upright
position (DSR 2010 only)
8
1.3
Front panel
9
6.4
1.4
Rear panel
10
6.5
Volume control
6.6
Changing the current programme
options
2
Inserting your Smartcard
11
3
Remote control
12
6.7
3.1
Inserting the batteries
12
6.8
13
6.3.1
Using number buttons
20
6.3.2
Using <P+>/<P-> buttons
20
6.3.3
Using channel lists
20
Banner
20
-/
+/
21
21
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) 22
Recording timers
22
6.8.1
Setting a timer from the banner
23
3.2
Using the remote control
6.8.2
Setting a timer from the EPG
23
4
Connecting your Digital-Receiver 14
6.8.3
Deleting an active timer
23
4.1
Connecting to a TV and VCR both
fitted with SCART sockets
6.8.4
Your receiver is blocked with the
front panel LEDs lit respectively in
red and orange/green
23
15
4.2
Connecting to your audio equipment
(analogue or digital)
16
6.9
Switching to analogue TV
24
4.3
Connecting to a video projector to
watch Digital TV
16
6.10
Viewing Teletext
24
5
First installation
17
7
Premiere features
25
17
7.1
Premiere Multifeed
25
7.2
PREMIERE DIREKT
25
7.3
Premiere PIN code
26
5.1
5.2
5.3
Installation settings
Channel search/Time setting
17
5.2.1
Channel search
17
5.2.2
Setting the correct time for
summer or winter season
18
Search failure
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Menu system
27
11.4
For Parents
37
11.5
Advanced settings
38
8.1
Menu tree
27
8.2
Menu navigation
29
11.5.1 TV Settings
38
39
8.2.1
Basics
29
11.5.2 System Settings
8.2.2
Changing settings
29
11.5.3 Country & Time Settings
39
29
11.5.4 Decoder Status
39
11.5.4.1 System Information
39
8.2.3
9
Cancelling/storing changes
11.5.4.2 Software Upgrade
40
11.5.5 Default Settings
40
Electronic Programme Guide
(EPG)
30
Premiere Service Menu
30
11.6.1 Antenna Configuration
41
41
11.6
10
Channel Search
40
10.1
Premiere PIN-Code Change
30
11.6.2 LNB Configuration
10.2
Smartcard
31
11.6.3 Filter Configuration
41
11.6.4 Search for new channels
42
10.3
System
31
10.4
Software Upgrade
31
10.4.1 Automatic software upgrade
notification
12
31
10.4.2 Check for new software availability 31
Other settings
43
12.1
Restoring default settings
43
12.2
Changing the remote control setting 43
12.3
10.5
Scan
31
10.6
Display
32
Easy Record to enable VCR
or DVD control
44
Dolby Digital out of the digital
audio output
32
12.3.1 Connecting your equipment
for Easy Record
44
Channel List
32
12.3.2 Digital-Receiver and VCR
or DVD settings
45
10.7
10.8
11
Settings
33
11.1
Timer Manager
33
11.2
Channel Manager
34
11.2.1 List Organization
34
11.2.2 List Editing
35
11.2.3 Channel Pool
36
11.3
Your Preferences
12.3.3 Recording with the VCR control
feature
45
13
Troubleshooting
46
14
Technical specifications
48
37
11.3.1 Display options
37
11.3.2 Language options
37
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Product description
1.1
Unpacking
Unpack the receiver and check to make sure that all of the following items are also included in the
package:
English
-
1 remote control with 2 batteries (LR6 AA 1,5 V),
1 SCART cable,
1 mains cord,
1 user manual,
1 Worldwide Warranty booklet.
Plastic bags can be dangerous.To avoid suffocation keep the bag away from babies and children.
1.2
Installing the receiver in the upright position (DSR 2010 only)
Your receiver can be integrated in different ways within your existing Audio-Video setup.
The receiver can be used in the horizontal or vertical position. If you decide to use your receiver in
the upright position, follow the instructions below:
- Unpack the stand, place it on a horizontal surface with the click fit side on the left and lug side on
the right.
- Position the receiver as shown below (rear panel on the left side and coaxial connectors on the
bottom side).
- Insert the stand lug in the slot located on the front of the receiver, close to the Philips badge.
- Rock the receiver to insert the stand lug fully in the slot until it is locked by the click fit.
Then your receiver can be used in the upright position.
Note: to remove the stand, unlock the click fit at the rear side of the stand, rocking and pulling back the
receiver to extract it from the stand lug.
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Front panel
English
R
Q
W
E
1
Slot for stand positioning
2
Smartcard slot:
3
Stand-by button with red LED:
4
TV/RADIO button:
5
- button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Channel down
6
+ button
7
Green LED:
8
Red LED:
........................
........
See chapter 4.
Switch the receiver “On” or to Stand-by.
Indicate Stand-by when lit.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toggle
...............................
............................
T UI Y
between digital TV and digital radio.
Channel up
Display receiver status (see status indicator table).
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Display
receiver status (see status indicator table).
Blink at remote control command reception.
Status indicator table
Mode
Indicator
Stand-by
Red LED
Bicolour LED
red
TV mode
green
Radio mode
orange
Download in progress
Blinking red
Timer mode from running mode
red
green
Timer mode from stand-by
red
orange
Note: if you have put your receiver in “Stand-by” and the red LED is blinking, it indicates that an over-the-air
upgrade of your receiver is taking place. Do not interrupt this operation. Wait until both LEDs lit up,
indicating successful download.You can then continue as normal.
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Rear panel
Q
W
English
T
Y
U
1
TV (*):
2
Digital audio output (*):
3
Serial (*):
4
SAT IN (*):
5
230V~50Hz 25W max (**):
6
Label showing the type and serial number of the receiver.
7
VCR (*):
8
L/R Audio out (*):
................................
...............
..............................
............................
...........
...............................
.....................
I
E R
SCART (1) socket to connect your TV set or a video
projector (2).
Digital audio output to connect to your audio equipment
coaxial digital input.
RJ 9 socket for servicing
Input to connect the cable from your satellite dish.
Socket to connect the mains cord.
SCART (1) socket to connect your video recorder or
DVD player/recorder
Left/Right analogue audio outputs to connect your
receiver to your audio equipment Left/Right analogue
inputs.
* Safety Extra Low Voltage
** Hazardous Voltage
(1) SCART is also called Euroconnector or Peritel.
(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 11.5.2 to properly set the TV/VCR SCART Output.
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Inserting your Smartcard
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To de-scramble digital Premiere channels, you need a Premiere smartcard, which you will be
delivered when taking up a Premiere subscription.
Insert the smartcard with the golden chip facing up.
Push the smartcard into the slot. Approximately 1 cm of the card will be visible outside the slot.
New and updated information may be downloaded onto the smartcard from time to time.
The smartcard status can be checked from the Smartcard item of the Premiere menu.
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3
Remote control
3.1
Inserting the batteries
- Remove the remote control back cover.
- Insert the two batteries (type LR6/AA - 1.5 V) supplied in the battery compartment as shown on
the diagram.
English
The “Batteries marking symbol” means used batteries must not be disposed of
together with your household waste.
Please inquire about the local regulations regarding disposal of used batteries.
For information: the Philips batteries supplied with your receiver remote do not
contain hazardous substances such as Mercury, Cadmium, or Lead.
- Replace the cover.
Your remote is now ready to control your Digital-Receiver.
Correct operation of the remote control is acknowledged at each key press by a dot blinking on the
front panel display.
Note: batteries can be removed from the remote control using common household tools (e.g. screwdriver).
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Using the remote control
Mute
- Audio mute
Stand-by
- Switch receiver to Stand-by
V
List
- Open current channel list
- Then toggle between
favourite lists
SUBTITLE
- Open option menu for
subtitle selection
I-II
- Open option menu for sound
track selection
MENU
- Open/Close menu
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
VOLUME
+/ - Turn the volume up/down
TV / STB
- Toggle between digital
services and analogue TV
EPG
- Open/close EPG
INFO
- Open info banner
- Then show extended
programme information
- Then close banner
TIMER
- Set a recording timer when
watching Digital TV or from
the EPG
Note: the, “TIMER, 0”
sequence keystroke deletes the
current running timer.
EXIT
- Recall last channel while
watching digital TV or
listening to the radio.
- Or go back one step in the
menu.
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.
0-9
- Select a channel in digital TV
mode.
- Directly select a menu item.
- Wake up the receiver from
stand-by.
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RED, GREEN,YELLOW,
BLUE
- Colour keys
OPT (Open option menu for
selection in Multifeed or
NVOD application)
(blue) resp.V (white)
Scroll one page up or one page
down in EPG or channel lists
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Connecting your Digital-Receiver
There are several ways you can connect and integrate your Digital-Receiver into your existing audio /
video equipment setup.
Warning!
English
Before starting:
- Unplug all equipment (TV set as well as VCR and/or DVD if required) from the mains. Do not
connect your Digital-Receiver to the mains supply now.
- Check your current wiring because you might keep existing connections of your current
Audio/Video setup.
- Choose the relevant connection method for incorporating your Digital-Receiver into your existing
Audio/Video setup. Please see chapters 4.1 and 4.2.
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Connecting to a TV and VCR both fitted with SCART sockets
English
Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
- Connect the cable from the satellite dish to the “SAT IN” socket of your Digital-Receiver.
- Connect the “TV” 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 “VCR” SCART socket of your Digital-Receiver to the “EXT1/OUTPUT” SCART
socket of your VCR using a SCART lead.
- Plug all your equipment, excluding your Digital-Receiver, into the mains.
Note:
1- This connection also applies to DVD recorders fitted with one or two SCART sockets.
2- 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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Connecting to your audio equipment (analogue or digital)
Depending on your audio equipment, you might have several options to connect your Digital-Receiver.
English
ANALOGUE CONNECTION (A)
Connect the L/R audio output sockets to the relevant L/R audio input sockets of your audio
equipment using a double CINCH cable (not supplied). Consult the user manual of your audio
equipment to locate the proper analogue audio inputs.
Note: with this connection set up you can control the volume (up/down and mute) using either your DigitalReceiver or your audio equipment remote control.
DIGITAL CONNECTION (B)
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.
Note: with this connection set up 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.
4.3
Connecting to a video projector to watch Digital TV
Connect the “TV” 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 11.5.2 to change the “TV/VCR output” setting of your Digital-Receiver
to S-VIDEO/PAL-CVBS.
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First installation
English
Your receiver is connected to the satellite antenna,TV set and
other equipment according to the diagrams in paragraph 4.1.
- Switch on your TV set and select a channel.
- Plug your receiver into the mains.The welcome screen
appears.
- Wait for a few seconds for the First installation screen to
appear.
Note: if no picture appears, press the <TV/STB> button twice.
5.1
Installation settings
- Select your favourite language.
- Select your country.
- Select your TV screen format.
To install ASTRA 19.2° East satellite only:
- Check for adequate signal strength and quality.
- If necessary, change the pointing of your antenna so as to
maximize the level of the signal quality and strength
bargraph indicators, then fasten your antenna according to
the antenna user manual instructions.
- Press <OK> to start searching for channels broadcast on
the ASTRA 19.2° East satellite.The Installation screen
appears.
- Proceed to paragraph 5.2.
To install ASTRA 19.2° East and other satellites:
- Press <EXIT> to access the Antenna Configuration screen.
- Select antenna settings as described in paragraph 11.6.1.
- Proceed to paragraph 5.2.
5.2
Channel search/Time setting
5.2.1
Channel search
During the search process, the following information is
reported on screen:
• the number of TV and Radio channels detected,
• the scanning progress, indicated as a percentage,
• the strength of the signal and the quality of reception.
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Note: 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.
English
Once scanning has been successfully completed, a
completion message is displayed.
- Press <OK>; a new screen appears, with a message
indicating that a search for new software is in progress.
- Press <EXIT> to stop searching and tune the receiver to
the first channel in the main TV list.
- Alternatively, wait for software detection, and then
proceed as described in paragraph 11.5.4.2.
5.2.2
Setting the correct time for summer
or winter season
Summer and Winter time changes require the manual setting
of the “Time Offset”. Refer to chapter 11.5.3 of the user
manual to set the “Time Offset” menu option to the
appropriate value:
- For summer season it should be set to GMT+2
- For winter season it should be set to GMT+1
5.3
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.
Before starting a new scanning
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 4).
• 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 the
Troubleshooting chapter to find out the reason for failure.
For a proper diagnosis and installation check, call your installer.
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Day-today operation
6.1
Switch your receiver ON or to
STAND-BY
English
The left-hand side LED is lit in red.
Your receiver is in Stand-by.
To wake up your receiver:
- Either press <P+>, <P->, <TV/RADIO>, or any number
button.
- Or press the <+>, <->, <TV/RADIO> button on the front
panel.
You are watching digital TV or listening to digital
radio.
To put your receiver in Stand-by:
- Press the remote <
> button.
Your receiver, as any electronic equipment,
consumes power. In order to reduce power
consumption, please switch your receiver to either
Stand-by or “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
6.2
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 the <TV/RADIO> button either on the remote
control or on the front panel.
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6.3
Changing channels while watching
digital TV or listening to digital radio
6.3.1
Using number buttons
- Dial a number using the remote number buttons to select
the corresponding channel.
English
6.3.2
Using <P+>/<P-> buttons
- Press <P+> to select the next channel in the current
channel list.
- Press <P-> to select the previous channel in the current
channel list.
- Alternatively, use the <-> or <+> button on the front
panel.
6.3.3
Using channel lists
To select a channel from a channel list:
- Press the <List> button to display the current channel list
(either the main TV list or a favourite list previously selected).
- Press <List> repeatedly to display the list containing the
channel you want to select if need be.
- Scroll to the channel you want to select using the t or y
button. Scroll from one page to another using the or
remote control button.
- Press <OK> to confirm your choice.You can preview the
selected 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.
Note: empty favourite lists cannot be opened.
6.4
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,
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- icons indicating the channel properties, e.g. subtitles
availability (see icon table),
- NOW programme information (and NEXT programme
information, accessible by pressing the ibutton),
- a bargraph 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 the <INFO> button.
For more info about the current programme while the
banner is on:
- Press the <INFO> button a second time.
To close the banner:
- Press the <INFO> button a third time.
6.5
Volume control
-/
icon
description
alternate audio language/format
current favourite list
maturity rating available
scrambled channel
locked channel
subtitles available
teletext available
AC-3 audio available
Additional info available
Reminder set
Recording timer set
Timer conflict
16: 9 format available (EPG only)
+/
While watching digital TV or listening to digital radio:
- Press <
- > to decrease the volume.
- Press <
+ > to increase the volume.
- Press <
de-mute.
> to mute the sound and press <
> again to
Note: change of volume is signalled using a bargraph, while audio
mute is signalled with an icon at the top of the screen.
6.6
Changing the current programme
options
The <OPT> button is used to directly access the current
programme display format, audio language, and subtitles
language options.
Note: access to this screen may be protected. Enter your password
to proceed.
To change the current programme options:
- Press the <OPT> button to access the options screen.
- Scroll to the desired option using the t or y button.
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- Select the desired setting using the uor i button.
- Press <OK> to confirm and exit the screen. Alternatively,
press the <EXIT> or <OPT> button to quit the option
screen.
Note: by default, subtitles are disabled.
6.7
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
English
While watching digital TV or listening to digital radio:
- Press the <EPG> button to open the EPG for the current
channel.The highlight is on the current programme (also
called “NOW” programme).
Note: If, after a short time, no information appears for the
current or the following programme, it means that the
provider does not offer this function.
- 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 return to the event view with
video resize.
- Press the y or t button to move the highlight to the
previous or next programme respectively.
- Press the uor i button to view the previous or next day
programme list respectively.
- Press the <PROG-> or <PROG+> button 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.
6.8
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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Setting a timer from the banner
While watching TV or listening to the radio press <INFO>
to display the banner.You have plenty of time to program
your TIMER for the NOW or NEXT programme.
- Press the <TIMER> button once to set a recording timer
on the current programme, i.e. programme instant
recording. Press <TIMER> again to cancel the timer.
Setting a timer from the EPG
English
6.8.2
- Press the <TIMER> button once to set a recorder on the
next programme. Press the <TIMER> button once again to
set a reminder on the next programme. Pres <TIMER> a
third time to cancel the timer.
Note: in case the channel broadcasting the programme you want
to set a timer on is locked, you will be prompted to enter
your password.
To edit a timer from the EPG:
- Move the focus to the desired programme and press the
<OK> button to access the Timer edition screen.
6.8.3
Deleting an active timer
A timer is active; recording is signalled by the front panel
LEDs lit respectively in red and orange.
To delete the active timer:
- If your receiver is in standby, press the front panel <+> or
<-> button or the remote control <P+>, <P->, or
<TV/RADIO> button, or any number button on the
remote control to wake it up.The orange LED turns
green.
- Press the key sequence <TIMER> + <0> to cancel the
active timer.The red LED then goes out and you can
change channels.
6.8.4
Your receiver is blocked with the front
panel LEDs lit respectively in red
and orange/green
Your receiver is blocked because a recording is running.
- Press successively <TIMER> then <0> to delete the
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TIMER and recover full control of your receiver.
6.9
Switching to analogue TV
The <TV/STB> button is used to switch between watching
digital channels through your receiver and standard analogue
channels through your TV set.
While watching digital TV or listening to digital radio:
- Press the <TV/STB> button to switch to analogue TV.
- Press <TV/STB> again to revert to digital TV or radio.
English
6.10 Viewing Teletext
Your receiver is not equipped with a teletext decoder.To
consult Teletext pages, your TV set must be fitted with a
Teletext decoder and be connected to the “TV” SCART
socket of your receiver using a SCART cable. Refer to the
user manual of your TV set to check how to access Teletext
pages.
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Premiere features
7.1
English
Some Premiere channels include special features. On
multifeed channels, for instance during sports broadcasts, you
can choose between different matches (e.g. Bundesliga
football), change audio soundtracks (e.g.
stadium/commentary) or choose between different camera
angles (Formula 1). On PREMIERE DIREKT channels, you can
also choose the start time of your choice for the movie
you're ordering.
Premiere Multifeed
When multifeed options are available for the current
programme, the OPT icon is displayed in the channel banner.
To select a multifeed option:
- Press the yellow <OPT> button on the remote control to
open the Options screen.
- Scroll to the option you want to set using the y or t
button.
- Set the setting of your choice using the u or i button.
- Press <OK> to confirm and exit the Options screen.
7.2
PREMIERE DIREKT
PREMIERE DIREKT presents various programmes at various
times that you can order individually. All the information
about the programmes on offer, prices and the process of
ordering is available from the PREMIERE DIREKT portal.
To view a programme you've ordered from the PREMIERE
DIREKT portal:
- Select the PREMIERE DIREKT channel. Available
programmes are displayed in a list.You can press <INFO>
twice to display extra information about the programmes
broadcast, and then press <INFO> once again to return to
normal view.
- Press the <OPT> yellow button from the PREMIERE
DIREKT portal to open the Options screen.
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- Select from the available video channels the one
corresponding to the appropriate programme/time using
the u or i button.
7.3
Premiere PIN code
English
Child protection is a high priority at Premiere. 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
entererd.You receive your PIN code together with your
Premiere smart card.
Please note that this code is different from you password
(also called “system password”).
The Premiere PIN code is used to access programmes to
which a maturity rating is assigned. Such programmes are
systematically locked so as to prevent unsuitable audiences
from watching them.When a maturity rating is associated
with the current programme, a specific icon
appears in
the channel banner.
To view a locked programme, enter your Premiere PIN code
when prompted.
Note: keep your Premiere PIN code secret to prevent children from
using it.
To modify your Premiere PIN code, refer to paragraph 10.1.
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Menu system
8.1
Menu tree
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PIN-Code Change
Smartcard
System
Software Upgrade
Scan
Display
Dolby Digital
Channel List
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
(Add, Delete, or Move)
Channel Source
Add/Delete/Remove
channels
Channel pool
Satellite
Mode
Channel Pool
Sort
Activate/De-activate
channels
Display options
Banner duration
Banner transparency
Channel number input
latency time
Timer warning duration
Language options
On-screen language
Audio language
Subtitle (ON/OFF)
Subtitle language
Your preferences
English
Premiere menu
Add, delete, rename or
re-order favourite lists
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English
For Parents
Decoder lock
Settings
TV Settings
TV screen format
Display format
System Settings
TV/VCR SCART output
Dolby digital
VCR Control
TV Audio
VCR Audio
Default Volume
Country & Time
Settings
Channel lists
Time Offset
Decoder Status
System information
Software upgrade
Antenna
Configuration
LNB
LNB control
(DiSEqC ON/OFF)
Scan
LNB Configuration
LNB 1/2/3/4
(active/inactive)
Filter Configuration
Channel Access
Channel Type
Channel Lists
Channel Search
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Local Frequency1
Local Frequency2
Pointing to satellite
Frequency Range
Method
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Menu navigation
8.2.1
Basics
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While watching digital TV or listening to the radio:
- Press the <MENU> button to display the Main Menu.
- Press the t or y button 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 the t or y button to move to the desired sub
item.
Note: press the <MENU> button to close the menu and return to
watching TV.
8.2.2
Changing settings
Once you highlighted an adjustable item or sub item, you can
then access the values and make changes using the uor i
button to select an option and numerical buttons to enter
numerical values.
Note: when Parental control is activated, you need to enter your
password to open certain menu items.
8.2.3
Cancelling/storing changes
- Either press the <EXIT> button to exit the screen
without storing changes.
- Or press the <OK> button to validate changes and exit
the screen.
In both cases, the selection moves one step back in the
menu.
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Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
For day-to-day use, refer to paragraph 6.7.
English
Note: EPG information has to be updated regularly. Updates are
performed automatically every time you turn your receiver to
stand-by. To allow for complete update of EPG information,
make sure you regularly put your receiver in stand-by, for
instance every night when you stop watching digital TV or
listening to digital radio. If your EPG information has not
been completely updated, some pieces of information may
not be available; for instance, you might get incomplete
results when performing a search. Please also note that EPG
information has to be fully reloaded in case of power failure,
Low Power mode, or network or content modification.
10 Premiere Service Menu
The Premiere Service Menu includes the following items:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
PIN-Code Change
Smartcard
System
Software Upgrade
Scan
Display
Dolby Digital
Channel List
10.1 Premiere PIN-Code Change
This screen is used to modify your Premiere PIN-Code.
To modify your Premiere PIN-Code, follow the instructions
displayed on screen.
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10.2 Smartcard
This screen is used to display information about your
smartcard.
10.3 System
English
This screen is used to display information about your
receiver, including the Premiere Serial Number and software
version.
10.4 Software Upgrade
10.4.1 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.
10.4.2 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 11.5.4.2.
10.5 Scan
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.
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10.6 Display
English
This screen is used to set your receiver according to the
screen and Scart format of your TV set.
- Select values for the following:
• TV Screen Format: select 4: 3 or 16: 9 depending on
your TV screen format
• TV SCART Output: default setting is RGB. Do not
modify it unless your TV does not support RGB.
• AV Control: for proper operation, it is recommended
to keep this setting to ON.
- Press <EXIT> to exit the screen.
10.7 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).
10.8 Channel List
This screen is used to indicate the country in which you
operate your receiver.This selection determines the preset
channel list order relevant to your country (Germany or
Austria).
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11 Settings
11.1 Timer Manager
The Timer Manager is used to set, edit or delete:
English
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 set 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).
Note: if you have a Philips VCR or DVD recorder, you can avoid
setting a timer on the VCR or DVD recorder by using the
Easy Record feature. Refer to paragraph 12.3 for more
information on Easy Record.
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 uor i key.
• Channel list: select the list to which the channel you
want to record belongs using the uor i key.
• Channel: select the number of the channel on which the
programme you want to record is broadcast using
the uor i key.
• Date: select a date using the numerical keys or
the uor i key.
• Start time: select a start time using the numerical keys
or the uor i key to modify the default time in steps
of 1 hour.
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• End Time: select a end time using the numerical keys or the
u or i key to modify the default time in steps of 1 hour.
• Timer Type: select Recording or Reminder
• Frequency: select Once for a single recording at the
selected time and date, Daily to record once every day, or
Weekly to record once every week using the u or i key.
- Press <OK> to confirm, or <EXIT> to go back to the
timer list screen.
English
Note: when a recording timer is active, you cannot change digital
channels, but you can switch to analogue TV using the
<TV/STB> key and zap through analogue channels on your TV.
11.2 Channel Manager
The Channel Manager sub menu includes the following items:
o List Organization
o List Editing
o Channel Pool
11.2.1 List Organization
This item is used to add new TV/Radio channel lists, delete
existing TV/Radio channel lists, or reorder the existing lists.
- Select TV or Radio channel lists using the <TV/RADIO>
button.
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 yt keys, and press the red colour key to delete it.
You are then prompted to confirm deletion.
To reorder your existing channel lists:
- Scroll to the list you want to move using the yt keys.
- Press the yellow colour key to enable the reordering
feature.
- Move the channel list to the desired position using the
yt keys.
To rename an existing channel lists:
- Scroll to the list you want to rename using the yt keys.
- Press the <OK> key to enable the renaming feature. A
new screen appears.
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- Edit the channel list name, using the uor i key to move
to the character to be modified, and the yt keys to scroll
through available characters.
Note: use the red colour key to delete a character, and the
green colour key to switch from upper to lower case.
English
- 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>.
11.2.2 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
• Select the 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 yt keys.
- Press the red colour key to delete all channels.
Alternatively, press <OK> to remove the channel on
whose name the focus is.You are then prompted to
confirm deletion.
To reorder channels in the selected list:
- Scroll to the channel you want to move using the yt keys.
- Press the yellow colour key. Scrolling arrows appear.
- Move the channel to the desired position using the yt keys.
- Press <OK> to confirm.
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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 yt keys and press <OK>.
- Press <EXIT> to exit the screen.
11.2.3 Channel Pool
English
The channel pool contains all the channels found during the
scan.This item is used to:
o activate or deactivate channels from the channel pool;
o lock or unlock channels from the channel pool.
Note: when zapping through the channel lists, deactivated channel
names appear greyed out, and locked channels are
protected by password.
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 deactivate all channels:
- Press the green colour key.
- Press <OK> to confirm or <EXIT> to cancel.
To deactivate a particular channel:
- Scroll to the channel you want to deactivate.
- Press <OK> to deactivate it. Press <OK> again to
reactivate 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 ( ) mark
appears, indicating that the channel is locked. Press <OK>
again to unlock it.
- Press <EXIT> to exit the screen.
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11.3 Your Preferences
Your Preferences is used to set:
o Display options
o Language options
11.3.1 Display options
English
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 uor 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 uor i key.
• Timer Warning Duration: select a banner display
duration, from 15 seconds to 5 minutes using
the uor i key.
- Press <OK> confirm.
11.3.2 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> confirm.
11.4 For Parents
Additionally, you may modify your password from this
screen.
To enable Parental Lock:
- Select Yes to enable Parental Lock.
- Alternatively, select No to disable Parental Lock.
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Additionally, you may modify your receiver PIN-Code from
this screen.
To modify your password:
- Press the red colour key to access the Password Change
feature.
- Enter your current password.
Note: if you enter an incorrect password, a pop up screen
appears. Enter your password again.
English
- Enter your new password using number buttons.
- Enter your new password again to confirm.
- Press <EXIT> to exit the Password Change screen.
11.5 Advanced settings
The Settings sub menu menu includes the following items:
o TV Settings
o System Settings
o Country & Time Settings
o Decoder Status
o Default Settings
11.5.1 TV Settings
This screen is used to set aspect ratio settings.
- Select values for the following:
• TV screen format: default setting is 4:3. If you have a
16:9 screen TV, change this setting to 16:9 for optimal
viewing.
• Display format: set the way the video is transformed in
case the broadcast aspect ratio is 16:9 your TV aspect
ratio is 4:3.
- Press <OK> to confirm.
Aspect ratio TV screen format = 4:3
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Display format
Broadcast format = 16:9
LetterBox
full picture with black bars at the top
and bottom
Centre Cut Out
picture cut-out on the left and right
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11.5.2 System Settings
English
This screen is used to set your receiver audio/video output
settings.
- Select values for the following:
• TV/VCR SCART Output: select the SCART output
format supported by your TV set and VCR (refer to
your TV and VCR user manual for more information)
• Dolby Digital: select Yes to enable Dolby Digital sound
• VCR Control: select the Easy Record feature your VCR
supports (for more information, refer to paragraph 12.3
of this manual or to your VCR user manual)
• TV Audio: select Stereo or Mono depending the audio
output format of your TV
• VCR Audio: select Stereo or Mono depending the audio
output format of your VCR
• Default Volume: indicate the volume level to be set as
default at turn-on.
- Press <OK> to confirm.
11.5.3 Country & Time Settings
This screen is used to set the country where you operate
your receiver and the local time offset with respect to actual
local time retrieved from the network.
Note: it is also used to change to Summer Time.
- Select the country where you operate the receiver using
the uor i key.
- 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.
11.5.4 Decoder Status
The Decoder Status sub menu menu includes the following
items:
o System Information
o Decoder Upgrade
11.5.4.1 System Information
This screen is used to display information about your receiver,
including the Premiere Serial Number and software version.
Note: you can also access this screen via the PREMIERE menu.
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English
11.5.4.2 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 stand-by.
- Or press the red colour key to refuse to upgrade your
receiver and return to the Decoder status sub menu.
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 stand-by. In both
cases, press <OK> to exit the upgrade process.
Note: you can also launch a search for new software from the
screen described above using the red colour key.
11.5.5 Default 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.
Note: if you reset your receiver to default settings, you lose all the
settings you stored previously.
11.6 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:
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11.6.1 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.
English
Note: the system can detect the following satellites: ASTRA 19.2°
East, HOT BIRD 13° East, Eutelsat W, and Türksat 1C.
- If necessary, configure the more advanced settings as
described in the next paragraphs.
11.6.2 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 for a particular
frequency range. In the latter 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.
11.6.3 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.
Note: in the latter case, you will need to use the Channel
Manager feature to add channels to your lists from the
updated channel pool.
English
- Press <EXIT> to go back to the Antenna Configuration screen.
11.6.4 Search for new channels
- Check for adequate signal strength and quality for each
LNB/satellite.
Note: 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.
Note: 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:
o the number of TV and Radio channels found,
o the scanning progress, indicated as a percentage,
o the strength of the signal and the quality of reception.
Note: 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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12 Other settings
12.1 Restoring default settings
12.2 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 change the
setting of both your receiver and remote control.
To change the setting of your remote control:
- Simultaneously press number buttons 1 and 3 and hold them for at least 3 seconds
- Simultaneously release the two buttons.
- Enter the new setting within the next 60 seconds:
• 4 for alternative setting (38)
• 3 for the default factory setting (39)
The remote control can be tested by trying to control the receiver. If the setting has been changed,
the remote will no longer operate the receiver.You must then change the setting of your receiver.
Note: if the batteries are removed while a button is being pressed, the default setting (39) is restored.
To change the setting of your receiver:
- Disconnect your receiver from the mains.
- Reconnect your receiver to the mains while pressing the <PROG-> button on the front panel, and
hold this button until both red LEDs come on, with the right-hand one blinking. It may take a few
seconds for these LEDs to come on.
- Release the <PROG-> button.
- Press the <OK> key of your remote control.
The front panel left-hand LED then turns green while the right-hand one stops blinking if the new
setting has been accepted, or the front panel left-hand LED then turns red while the right-hand one
stops blinking (both LEDs lit in red) if the setting change has failed.
In case of successful setting change, wait for a few moments for the receiver to return to normal
operation.
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To restore your receiver default settings, refer to paragraph 11.5.5.
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12.3 Easy Record to enable VCR or DVD control
12.3.1 Connecting your equipment for Easy Record
English
The Easy Record 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 Easy Record is
supported. Most Philips VCR and DVD recorders support one of the two Easy Record options, i.e.
Prepare Record or Record Link.
- Check that your TV and VCR or DVD are both fitted with two SCART sockets.
- Incorporate your receiver in your existing installation as described below.
- Connect the cable from the satellite dish to the “SAT IN” socket of your Digital-Receiver.
• Connect the “TV” 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 “VCR” SCART socket of your Digital-Receiver to the “EXT2” SCART socket of
your VCR (called “IN” or “DECODER”) using a SCART lead.
• Connect the “EXT1” SCART socket of your VCR (called “OUT”) to the “EXT2” SCART socket
of your TV using a SCART lead.
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- Plug all your equipment, excluding your Digital-Receiver, into the mains.
- Read the Quick installation chapter 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.
12.3.2 Digital-Receiver and VCR or DVD settings
- Depending on your VCR or DVD brand and type, you have to set the “VCR recording control”
option to “Prepare Record” or “Record Link”. Refer to the VCR or DVD 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 DigitalReceiver.
12.3.3 Recording with the VCR control feature
- Your Digital-Receiver,TV and VCR or DVD are connected and set according to paragraph 12.3.1.
- You have set a timer on your Digital-Receiver.
- At timer start, your VCR or DVD 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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Note: some VCR or DVD recorders need to be in stand-by to use the Easy Record or Record link features.
Refer to your VCR or DVD User manual.
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13 Troubleshooting
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
Cause
Remedy
English
The display on the front panel does
not light up.
Faulty power supply
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.
No sound or picture but the front
panel left-hand side LED is lit in red.
Receiver in Stand-by
Press the Stand-by button.
No sound or picture but the front
panel right-hand side LED is lit in
green or orange.
Poor SCART connections
Dish pointed incorrectly
Adjust the dish pointing. Check the signal
level from the Antenna Setup menu.
Check the connections at the LNB
and between the LNB and the
receiver, or adjust the dish.
Press <TV/STB> on the remote
control once or twice.
Check the SCART connections.
Incorrect dish pointing
Adjust the dish pointing.
Receiver in TV mode
Poor signal
Poor picture
The remote control does not
operate your receiver.
The remote control does not
operate your receiver and the
front panel LEDs are lit
respectively in red and green.
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.
A recording is running and your
receiver is locked on the channel
you are recording.
The display appears frozen and the
remote control does not operate
your receiver
On-screen display working but
there is no reception.
Press the Stand-by 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 (i.e.
either the right LED is lit red,
indicating stand-by mode, or the left
LED is lit in green or orange for TV
or radio mode respectively).You can
then continue with normal operation.
Poor reception/signal.
No power fed to LNB.
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Press successively <TIMER> then
<0> to recover full control of your
receiver.
Check the installation and the
antenna positioning.
Check the cable between the LNB
and the receiver.
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Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Intermittent reception.
Faulty connections.
Incorrect dish pointing.
Check all connections and cable.
Adjust the dish pointing. Fasten the
antenna securely.
The picture is not sharp and onscreen text is difficult to read.
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.
Inappropriate TV SCART.
Refer to your TV User Manual.
The signal to your antenna may be
weak.
Try retuning your receiver,
following the relevant steps in the
Quick installation chapter. If you
are still missing channels, your
antenna may need adjusting.
Call your installer.
You cannot find all the channels
you think should be available.
Your antenna may need adjusting.
Use the SCART cable supplied
with your receiver.
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 11.5.1.
If you have a wide screen TV, you
may also need to check the
settings on your TV.
Even if you use the number
buttons, you cannot access a
particular channel.
The parental lock has been
activated on this channel and a
message asks for your password.
Your subscription rights do not
include this channel.
Enter your password to access the
channel or remove it as a locked
channel.
Select another channel.
You set a timer but did not record
what you wanted.
The video was set incorrectly.
Make sure that your video is set
for the same time as your DigitalReceiver.
The order of the channels has
changed.
They have been re-arranged as
described in paragraph 11.2.2.
Refer to this chapter to change the
order again.
The picture on some channels
seems to have been stretched or
squashed.
You have forgotten your password.
Set your password again from the
For Parents screen.To access this
screen, enter the following 4-digit
code: 1911.
For more information on the
password change, refer to
paragraph 11.4.
You have forgotten your Premiere
PIN-Code.
Call the Premiere Call Centre on:
0180/551 00 00 for Germany
01 / 49166 200 for Austria
Note: 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* from Germany, or 0820 400 039* from Austria.
* open 7 days from 08.00 to 23.00 - 0.12 Euros/min
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14 Technical specifications
This product is in conformity with the requirements of the 95/47/EC and 2002/21/EC directives.
English
Video decoding
Application system resources
- MPEG-2 DVB compliant up to MP@ ML
- Video bit rate:
up to 15 Mbit/s
- Video format:
4:3 and 16:9
- Resolution:
up to 720x576 pixels
Processor:
SDRAM - CPU/Video-Graphics:
Flash - Data/Code:
EEPROM:
Audio decoding
Satellite antenna interface
- MPEG layer I / II
- RF input:
F type connector
- LNC supply (V):
0 / 14 / 18
- LNB current (mA):
350 max
- Tone switching:
22 kHz (on/off)
- DiSEqC:
1.0 for 4 orbital positions
Ease of Installation
- Preset for 4 satellites, including Astra 19.2
East satellite.
- Automatic programme installation
- Automatic programme list update
- 5000 channels
Ease of Use
- Receiver stands either horizontally or
vertically
- Channel lists editing for personalised
installation (delete, add, move)
6 TV channel lists
6 Radio channel lists
- Fully remote controlled
- EPG list per channel
- Automatic recording via:
Timer programming in EPG
Easy Record for Philips VCR and
DVD-RW
-Now & Next programme monitoring
Accessories
166 MHz
16 MB
4 MB
8 kB
Reception-Demodulation
-
Demodulation type:
QPSK
Input frequency range (MHz): 950-2150
Input level range (dBm):
-65 to -25
Symbol rate (Mbaud):
2 to 45
Satellite band coverage
10.7 to 12.75 GHz
Ku band
C band
De-scrambling
Embedded
Type:
Smartcard reader:
CA system:
- Remote control type RC19336005/01
- SCART cable
- User manual
- Worldwide Guarantee booklet
- Batteries: 2 x 1.5V type AA/R06
- Mains cord (2 m)
Miscellaneous
- Temperature range (°C)
Operating
+5 to 45
Storage
-10 to +70
- Mains:
230 V ~ +/-10% 50 Hz
- Power consumption:
25 W max
- Stand-by consumption:
6 W max
- Weight
2 Kg
- Including packaging
2.5 Kg
- Dimensions:
Product (mm)
260 x 225 x 60
Packaging (mm)
365 x 275 x 90
Multi-language
Menu:
User Manual:
English, German,Turkish
English, German,Turkish
DVB compliant
1 for CA
Premiere integrated
conditional access
Note:
subscription is required to watch
Premiere programmes
Operation/Features
Connections
- TV & Radio modes
- Free to air reception
- Premiere Pay TV reception and de-scrambling
- Subtitles
- Parental lock with password
- Audio mode: Mono, Stereo
- Menu controlled installation and operation
using On Screen Display
- 8 event Timers/Reminders
- 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
- Dolby Digital audio output
TV SCART
Output:CVBS, Controlled audio L/R, RGB, Slow
blanking, Fast blanking
VCR SCART
Input:
CVBS, Slow blanking, Audio L/R,
RGB/Fast blanking
Output: CVBS, Audio L/R, Slow blanking during
timer if “Prepare Record” is activated
Audio CINCH
Output: volume controlled analogue audio L/R
Coaxial SPDIF:
PCM
This product complies with
the following European
Directives:
- 73/23/EEC
- 93/68/EEC
- 89/336/EEC
Serial interface:
RJ 9
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.
Dolby ® and the double D symbol
are registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.AC-3 ® is a registered
trademark of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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