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MF68-00258A
DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER
DSR 9500/9510 2.28
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DSR 9500AX / 9500AY / 9500AZ
DSR 9510X / 9510Y / 9510Z
Instructions for use
REV. 1.4
DIGITAL SATELLITE RECEIVER
DSR 9500/9510 2.28
3/5/03
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This STB has been manufactured to satisfy international safety standards.
Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully.
MAINS SUPPLY:
AC 100-240V ~, 50/60Hz
OVERLOADING:
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or adapters
as this can result in fire or electrical shock.
LIQUIDS:
Keep liquids away from the STB.
CLEANING:
Before cleaning, disconnect the STB from the wall socket.
Use a cloth lightly dampened with water(no solvents) to
clean the exterior.
VENTILATION:
Do not block the STB ventilation holes. Ensure that free airflow
is maintained around the STB. Never store the STB where it is
exposed to direct sunlight or near heating euipment e.g. a
radiator.
Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the STB.
Place the STB at least 30mm from the wall.
ATTACHMENTS:
Do not use any attachment that is not recommended by the
manufacturer; it may cause a hazard or damage the equipment.
CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB:
The LNB connector cable has voltage in its center core. It is
therefore recommended that the STB be disconnected from
the mains power before connecting or disconnecting this cable.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD DAMAGE THE LNB.
SERVICING:
Do not attempt to service this product yourself.
Any attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid.
Refer all servicing to a qualified service agent.
LIGHTNING:
If the STB is installed in an area subject to intense lightning
activity, protection devices for the STB mains connector and
modem telephone line are essential.
The individual manufacturer’s instruction for safeguarding other
equipment, such as TV set, Hi-Fi, etc., connected to the STB must
also be followed during lightning storms.
GROUNDING:
The ground of the LNB cable must be directly connected to the
system ground for the satellite dish.
The grounding system must comply with local regulations
Note :
Dispose the used batteries at designated place for environment protection
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CONTENT
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Your STB . . . . . . . . . . .
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating The Receiver . . . . . . . . .
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 LNB Setting . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Positioner Setting. . . . . . . .
1.2.1 User Mode . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2.2 Installer Mode . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Solarsat Setting . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Auto Scanning . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 Manual Scanning . . . . . . . .
1.6 SMATV Scanning . . . . . . . .
1.7 Reset to Factory Defaults . .
2. Channel Organising . . . . . . . . .
2.1 Delete Satellite . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Delete Transponder . . . . . .
2.3 Delete Channel . . . . . . . . .
2.4 Delete All Channel . . . . . . .
2.5 Delete Scrambled Channels
2.6 Favorite Channel . . . . . . . .
2.7 Move & Edit Channel . . . . .
3. Parental Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Set Channel Lock. . . . . . . .
3.2 Change PIN Code . . . . . . .
4. System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 Language Selection . . . . . .
4.2 OSD Setting. . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Media Settings . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Modem Setting . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Time &Timer Setting . . . . . .
4.6 System Information . . . . . .
4.7 Software Upgrade . . . . . . .
4.8 Copy Channel Data . . . . . .
5. Common Interface . . . . . . . . . .
6. Embedded CAS. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . .
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GENERAL FEATURES
1. USER SECTION
4000 PROGRAMMABLE CHANNELS
SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD VIA SATELLITE & PC(Secured)
ADVANCED ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE
MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORTED FOR OSD
SUBTITLE & TELETEXT(OSD & VBI)SUPPORTED
WITH MULTI LANGUAGE
DiSEqC 1.2 SUPPORTED
FULL FUNCTION INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
7 SEGMENT LED DISPLAY
AUTO AND MANUAL SCAN FACILITY
CHANNEL ORGANIZING(PROGRAMMABLE)
SCARTS & RCA OUTPUT
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
9 FAVORITE LISTS
AUTO UPDATED EPG
PASS LOOP FOR RGB SIGNAL
2. TUNER SECTION
950~2150 MHz WIDE BAND TUNER
IF OUTPUT WITH DC PASS LOOP FOR ANALOG RECEIVER
SUPPORTING DiSEqC 1.2 VERSION
13V/18V SWITCHING
22KHz CONTINUOUS TONE CONTROL
3. VIDEO SECTION
DVB-S COMPLIANT
MPEG-2 VIDEO(MP@ML)
2~45 MS/s SYMBOL RATE
COMPATIBLE FOR BOTH SCPC/MCPC
SUPPORTS ASPECT RATIO 4:3(NORMAL) AND
16:9(WIDE SCREEN)
MODULATOR OUTPUT
4. AUDIO SECTION
MPEG 1 AUDIO LAYER I & II
MONO, DUAL, STEREO AND JOINT STEREO AUDIO MODE
32, 44.1 AND 48 kHz SAMPLING FREQUENCIES
VOLUME CONTROL AND MUTE FUNCTION THROUGH
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
SPDIF DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
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CONNECTING YOUR "STB"
1. LOCATION OF THE RECEIVER
Your STB should be placed under proper ventilation.
Don’t put in completely enclosed cabinet that will restrict the flow of air, resulting in
overheating.
The location should be safeguarded from direct sunlight, excess moisture, rough
handling or household pets.
Avoid stacking other electronic components on the top of the receiver.
The location should be safely accessible by the cable from your antenna system.
2. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER WITH DISH SYSTEM
After installing your antenna system, connect the coaxial cable from the LNB of your
antenna to "LNB" terminal marked at the rear of the STB.
All cable connectors should be finger tightened; do not use any kind of wrench while
tightenning connectors. The cable should be 75ohm impedance coaxial twisted at
the end with an "F" type connector.
3. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER TO TV
To connect the receiver with your television, you can use four methods;
via SCART cable, RF cable, RCA cable or S-VHS cable. S-VHS provides the better
screen quality.
Connect the RF cable to the terminal marked "TV" at the rear panel of STB and its other
end to the TV RF input socket.
In the case of connecting your TV through SCART cable, connect the SCART connector
marked TV to the respective SCART port on the TV.
4. CONNECTING YOUR ANALOG RECEIVER
To facilitate the user using analog receiver to view analog channels, STB has been
provided with a loop through terminal marked as "LOOP".
Connect the coaxial cable from this terminal to the IF input terminal of your analog
receiver. Now by keeping the STB in standby, you will be able to tune and view analog
channels from your analog receiver.
5. CONNECTING YOUR VCR
To connect a VCR or DVD player, the STB has been provided with SCART at the rear
marked "AV2".
Using a SCART connector, the VCR or DVD player can be connected to the receiver.
N o t e : This is supported by standby.
6. CONNECTING EXTERNAL AUDIO / HI-FI SYSTEM
To connect any external Audio Hi-Fi system, the receiver has been provided
with two RCA connectors at the back of the receiver, marked with AUDIO L and R
respectively to connect the left and right Audio.
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CONNECTING YOUR "STB"
7. CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO SYSTEM
Connect a fiber optic cable between Optical SPDIF on the receiver and Optical SPDIF on the
Digital Audio System.
8. INSERTING SMARTCARDS FOR CAS SERVICES
In order to view a scrambled service, you need to have the appropriate CAM (Conditional
Access Module) and a valid smartcard.
N o t e : Insert the Smartcard with the gold coloured chip facing downwards.
9. INSERTING COMMON INTERFACE CAM AND SMARTCARD
The STB supports Common Interface CAMs under DVB specification.
The CI CAMs include a built-in smart card reader.
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Insert the smart card into the CAM gently with the gold colored chip upwards
Slide in the CAM gently inside the slot so that it sits in the socket tightly.
To remove the CAM push the button provided by the side of the CAM slot.
The CAM will be ejected from the socket.
N o t e : The following Common Interface CAMs are available now:
IRDETO, CONAX, CRYPTOWORKS, VIACCESS, NAGRAVISION, SECA, Etc.
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DESCRIPTION
Front Panel
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This key is for turning the receiver on and Standby.
2.
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These keys are for changing the channels.
3.
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These keys are for increasing and decreasing the volume level
manually.
4. 7 Segment Display This LED display will show the current channel number.
While the receiver is in Standby mode, the display will show the
current time.
5. CA Module Slot
In the slot you can use a CA module from a service provider of your
own choice.
(For models DSR 9500AY, DSR 9510Y, DSR 9500AZ, DSR 9510Z)
6. Infrared Sensor
This is to receive the IR commands from the Remote Control Unit.
7. Smart Card Slot
The STB is equipped with a built in decoder for the CAS encryption.
DSR 9500AX, DSR 9500AY, DSR 9510Y and DSR 9510X models
are valid for the Viaccess and CONAX smart card encryption at all.
Only a CONAX smart card can be used for DSR 9500AZ and
DSR 9510Z.
N o t e : CA modules and smart cards are only distributed by service Providers
and special distributors, not by SAMSUNG.
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1. AC MAINS
This is to plug in the AC mains power cord.
The input AC voltage range is 100V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz supply.
2. LNB
This port is to connect the coaxial cable from LNB of your dish.
The IF input is provided through this port and the input frequency range
is 950-2150 MHz. Also the voltage switching 13V and 18V is passed
through this port.
3. LOOP
To enable the connection of an Analog receiver, The receiver is provided
with this ‘LOOP’ port.
4. RS 232 DATA PORT
This is for connecting your receiver to a computer for reading and
loading data information. This is for the external modem for future
purposes only, too.
5. S-VHS
This is for connecting STB to your TV by using S-VHS cable.
6. SPDIF
Output for connection to a digital amplifier.
7. AV SCARTS
This is for connecting to your AV scarts for TV & VCR or DVD player.
8. 0/12V
This is for connecting to an external LNB switch.
9. VIDEO, AUDIO R/L
These RCA connectors are for connecting any external video
and audio.
10. ANT.IN
This is for connecting your local RF channels to your TV through Loop.
11. TV
This is for connecting to your TV via RF cable.
12. TELEPHONE LINE
The telephone lead(labeled in the diagram above) is intended for
connection to standard NORDIC telephone lines.
(Only 3models can be used for DSR 9510X, DSR 9510Y
and DSR 9510Z.)
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DESCRIPTION
Remote Control Unit
POWER
TV/RADIO
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1. POWER(
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This is for switching the receiver ON/STANDBY mode.
2. 0-9 Numerical keys (
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These keys are to enter numeric values and to select the channel
directly by entering its number.
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These keys are for moving up or down pages on the menu.
4. TV/RADIO
This key is for toggleing between the TV channel and Radio channel.
5. MUTE
This key is for toggleing between normal & muted audio.
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6. FAV
Use the key to switch between favorite lists.
7. EPG
Electronic Program Guide button displays the TV/Radio Program guide.
8. LAST
This key is for calling up directly whatever channel you were watching
from the list.
9. TEXT(GREEN)
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This key is for selecting the subtitle mode.
This button functions same as the GREEN button on the menu.
Press once and subtitle appears. You can select the language you want
using the channel +/- keys.
Press twice it. Then Teletext will be displayed on TV Screen without
operating anything on TV. This Teletext can be displayed on TV which
doesn't support Teletext functionality.
Press three times it. Then Teletext will be available on TV.
It means that Teletext can be chosen by TV with TV RCU.
10. ALT(YELLOW)
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This key is for selecting the soundtrack list for the current service.
This button functions same as the YELLOW button on the menu.
Press once and sound track appears.
Press twice and video track appears.
The sound and video track services are not provided for every
channel and depend on the conditions the operator is in.
11. AUDIO(BLUE)
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This key is for changing the Audio to the left, right or both channels,
This button functions same as the BLUE button on the menu.
12. INFORMATION
(RED) (
)
This key is for displaying the programe information box in the screen.
This button functions same as the RED button on the menu. Press
once and you can get simple information on the program. Press twice
and you can get detailed information on the channel in text box.
13. MENU
This key is for opening up the menu or returning to the previous menu.
14. EXIT
This key is for exiting a menu or returning to the previous menu.
15. OK(
16.
)
This key is for entering and confirming any data to the receiver in the
menu system. This key is for selecting the item. Press while viewing
TV and a list of channels is displayed.
,
,
(
17. CH+/CH-(
18. VOL+/VOL-(
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These keys are for moving the highlight bar for selecting
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and increase or decrease the volume.
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These keys are for changing channels.
) These keys are for increasing or decreasing the volume.
These keys are for moving up or down pages on the channel list.
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1. Display Screen
Before you can view the television program, you must perform the installation.
Therefore you will see only menu images at first.
After the television channels have been programmed, you will see the following picture(banner)
each time you switch channels:
Left Audio Status
Parental Lock
Channel Number
Channel Name
Right Audio Status
CAS Name
Signal Status
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Program Information
Current Favorite
The number of soundtrack in current channel
Press the RED (
) key in view mode.
Select the channel by pressing NUMERICAL ( ~
TV/RADIO key to move to TV or Radio channel.
) keys or
/
keys and select
You will also see this picture each time you change channels.
When you press TV/RADIO key on the Remote Control Unit, TV and RADIO program are
toggled.
Detailed program information
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Press the RED (
) key twice while you are viewing a program.
First you will see the banner described above.
After the RED (
) key is pressed in the second time, detailed information for current program
can be displyed on another banner, if there is more information. When this information is more than
one page, /
can be used for page up and down.
Note : This service depends on service provider.
2. Volume Control
To control the volume level :
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Press / keys to adjust the volume level.
Press MUTE key to turn to silence mode.
Press MUTE key again or / keys in order to cancel the mute function.
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3. Select Soundtrack
Press YELLOW (
Press
/
and
●
●
) key to see the soundtrack list.
key to select one.
4. Select Videotrack
Press YELLOW (
Press
/
and
●
●
) key twice to see the videotrack list.
key to select one.
5. Service List
Press
key to while you are viewing a program.
Select list by pressing TV/RADIO or FAV key.
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The icon
behind the channel name symbolises
scrambled channel, and the
icon behind the channel
name shows parental lock channel.
Select the channel by pressing
/
Press
key to watch that channel.
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/
.
The colour key corresponds the following service list.
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YELLOW
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BLUE
(
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RED
(
) key - Transponder
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5.1 Service Favorites
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Press the GREEN (
the Favorites list.
Press the GREEN (
list and channel list.
Use the
/
, /
you want.
) key on the control unit to select
) key to switch between favorite
keys to select a favorite group that
5.2 Service Alphabetical
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Press the YELLOW (
) key on the remote control unit to
select the Alphabetical list.
Press the YELLOW (
) key to switch between alphabet list
and channel list.
Use the
/
, /
keys to select a Alphabetical group
that you want.
5.3 Service Provider
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Press the BLUE (
) key on the remote control unit to select
the Provider list.
Press the BLUE (
) key to switch between Provider
list and channel list.
Use the
/
, /
keys to select a Provider group that
you want.
5.4 Service Transponder
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Press the RED (
) key on the remote control unit to select
the Transponder list.
Press the RED (
) key to switch between Transponder list
and channel list.
Use the
/
, /
keys to select a Transponder group
that you want.
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6. Program Information
EPG-Electronic Program Guide
The electronic program guide gives you imformation for the
channels.
Note : 1. This service depends on service provider.
2. After receiver recognized the GMT-time from the
signal which takes few seconds, it can display
correct EPG information.
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Press EPG key while you are viewing a program.
This function is displayed on the screen by using only time.
You will see "EPG" in the LED display of the receiver.
● GREEN
(
● YELLOW
● BLUE
● RED
) key: Green key is for moving back to the previous date.
(
(
) key: Yellow key is for moving to the next coming date.
) key can be used for page up, if there is more information than one page.
(
) key can be used for page down, if there is more information than one page.
Time interval can be adjusted by press keys as followings on EPG screen:
1 key: 1 hour and 30 minutes
2 key: 30 minutes
3 key: 15 minutes
With the TV/RADIO or FAV key you can browse among the various programs lists.
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Select the channel by pressing
/
,
/
keys and press
key to watch this channel.
7. Subtitle
When the current broadcasting program provides subtitle,
press the GREEN (
) key to see the current subtitle
language list. If Subtitle is available on current program, [S] is
displayed on the banner after changing program( channel) or
pressing RED (
) key.
To change the subtitle language:
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●
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Press the GREEN (
) key to see the subtitle
language List.
Use the
/
keys to select a subtitle language you want.
Press the
key and then the subtitle language you want is displayed.
The menu display is carefully created and user friendly to assure the easy operation
of the receiver by the user.
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8. Teletext OSD
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext OSD,
press the GREEN (
) key twice to see the current Teletext
OSD list.
To change the Teletext OSD:
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Use the
/
keys to select a Teletext OSD you want.
Press the
key and then the Teletext OSD you want is
displayed on the screen.
9. Teletext VBI
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext VBI,
press the GREEN (
) key three times to see the current
Teletext VBI list.
To change the Teletext VBI:
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●
Use the
/
keys to select a Teletext VBI you want.
Press the
key and then the Teletext VBI you want is
displayed on the screen.
10. Audio Mode
You can choose a mode among left, right or stereo using the
AUDIO key.
To change the audio mode:
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Press the AUDIO key to select the left, right or stereo.
Press the EXIT key to save and escape from this menu.
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Main Menu
After installing your antenna system and STB with appropriate connectors.
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Plug in the AC main power and switch on the receiver.
Press MENU key to bring up the main menu.
The LED display will show "MENU".
The following on screen display will appear:
The sub menu topics will be displayed.
For the sub-menus 1, 2 and 3 you need the PIN Code.
●
You must follow the help message at the bottom
of the screen!
Before you begin with the "Installation" menu,
you should check in the 4th menu "System Setup"
whether all the information there is applicable for you.
1. Installation
The menu provides settings for customizing, adding new
services and displaying the status of the receiver.
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Select "Installation" in the main menu mode to
select the sub menu.
Enter the PIN Code.
If you have not entered your own PIN Code then the
PIN Code 0000 applies, which was set at the factory.
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1.1 LNB Setting
You can select the satellite and LNB setting conditions to execute
channel search and you can alter the settings for 22KHz tone.
The parameters set in this menu are needed for programming
the channels for the "Auto scanning" and "Manual scanning".
The necessary information can be found at your antenna and LNB
brochures, or you can ask your dealer.
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Select LNB power supply "On".
Select the desired satellite name.
Select the LNB type (frequency).
Select the DiSEqC Mode
(Off, DiSEqC A, DiSEqC B, DiSEqC C, DiSEqC D, Tone Burst A, Tone Burst B)
If you are using a Positioner, select this option. (“Yes” or “No”)
22KHz: In case you are using a dual LNB or two antennas connected to a 22KHz
tone switch box, with the 22 KHz tone switch ("On", "Off" or "Auto") you
can switch between both LNB or antennas.
1.2 Positioner Setting
If you have a DiSEqC 1.2 motorized system which is fully
compatible with DiSEqC1.2, then you can take advantage of the
DiSEqC 1.2 functions available.
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Select Satellite.
Select any transponder from above satellites and check out the
Frequency, Symbol Rate, FEC and Polarity.
In case problems arise, ask your dealer.
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Select from Menu Mode:
"User" mode :
Enables control of basic positioner function
recommended for beginners. General user uses “User” mode.
"Installer" mode :
This is used to search for the position of a satellite manually.
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1.2.1 User Mode
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Select Driving Mode:
You have an option to choose the positioner’s movement
type: Continuous, Step or Time.
Position the antenna with north, south, east and west and
use the / ,
/
key to drive motor. key drives to
west, key drives to east,
key drives to north and
key drives to south.
If you finished driving of motor, select “Store current
Position.” and press
key, to reset new driving motor.
Note :
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The level indicated in the “Signal Status” is only for reference.
The signal quality may be adequate even though the level indicated is
not maximum.
Go to Stored Position.
When the stored position is reached then screen displays "Stop",
you can now continue with the further operations.
●
Select the Calculate Sat Positions to recalculate the satellite position and
1.2.2 Installer Mode
After checking the positioner’s state, installer should use this
menu. He should set the “Disable Limits” before using User
mode.
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keys to drive motor.
key drives to west and key drives to east.
Select “Enable Limit”, in order to enable “Set Limit”.
Select “Disable Limit”, in order to disable “Set Limit”.
Select “Reset Positioner” and
key to reset positioner.
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1.3 Solarsat Setting
This menu is only for the Solarsat antenna.
When you press this menu, you will get this message,
“This menu is only for the Solarsat antenna.
If you have one-press OK, otherwise-press EXIT.”
You can set the value according to your location.
●
●
●
To set the Value of Date and Time, use the
change the value.
Use the / keys to change position.
Use the
/
keys to move each filed.
/
keys to
1.4 Auto Scanning
The sub menu “Auto Scanning” will enable download the
channels automatically from the preprogrammed satellites.
To download channels automatically:
You can select All/Off/Only Free option mode in each satellite.
Off :
No Scan
All :
Scan all the channels
Only Free : Scan free channels
●
Press
key.
Auto Scanning menu will be displayed.
All the channels in the list from the selected satellite will be
automatically downloaded.
After scanning you will see "Your digital receiver found..." .
Then, you should press
key to store all channels into STB.
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1.5 Manual Scanning
To tune-in new channels and weak signals, the STB has been
provided with the option "Manual Scanning" where the
channel data can be entered by the user.
After selecting the "5. Manual Scanning" from the Installation
Menu, the following screen will be displayed:
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Select the target satellite for manual search.
Load a transponder.
This option will enable the user to load any transponder
from the preprogrammed list available within the receiver.
Note : Especially on New tranpsonder at Load TR,
this new transponder can be added into
transponder list so that you can use it on Auto
Scanning later, only if at least one channel is found
with this new transponder. In order to save it, press
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Input the frequency of the transponder you want to find.
Input the symbol rate of the transponder you want to find.
Select the FEC(Forward Error Correction)of the transponder you want to find.
You can select the value of 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 or Auto.
Select the polarization of the transponder you want to find.
(Horizontal/Vertical/Circular Left/Circular Right)
In the case of horizontal, 18V and in the case of vertical, 13V are output through LNB line.
Select Scan Mode “All” or “Only Free”.
Set "Yes" on Network Search. You can get more channels from transponder using the homing
transponder. Additionally, you can get 'Provider Name' on the screen.
Select PID searching “Yes”. You can manually search by entering individual PID
(Packet Identifier)(Video/Audio/PCR) values.
After select option, press
key to start the scan process.
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1.6 SMATV Scanning
In case that several generations use Antenna and LNB in
common, search the service the from 950 to 2150MHz.
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Select Searching Type “Automatic” or “Manual”.
Select Scan Mode “All” or “Only Free”.
You can input alternative symbol rate from 1 to 4
Note : 1. When your searching type is set to Automatic during
SMATV scanning, you have only to enter the alternative
symbol rate(1~4) you want.
2. When your searching type is set to Manual during
SMATV scanning, you must enter both
frequency and symbol rate.
When you select "Automatic", STB will search all available
channels based on symbol rates over whole frequencies.
On the other hand, it will scan channels with exact
information for symbol rate and frequency on "Manual".
1.7 Reset to Factory Defaults
This is to recover the Factory set values in case the user has
encountered some problems after changing any values of channel
data and others which may be in error.
The screen display will be as follows:
At the request window, if you press
key, the receiver will be
reset to factory default settings automatically.
Note : This cause your previous settings to be deleted!
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2. Channel Organising
The "Channel Organising" menu has seven functions:
This menu is for removing some channels from channel list which
are related wth designated Satellite or Transponder. And it
provides making favorite list and moving channel position as
you want.
●
Enter the PIN Code.
If you have not entered your own PIN Code 0000 applies,
which was set at the factory.
2.1 Delete Satellite
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Select the desired satellite list you want to delete by pressing
RED (
) key.
Press
key for confirmation.
Note : This feature doesn’t delete satellite itself but deletes
the lis of channels registered at the selected Satellite.
2.2 Delete Transponder
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Select the desired transponder list you want to delete by
pressing RED (
) key.
Press
key for confirmation.
Note : This feature doesn’t delete transponder itself but deletes
the list of channels registered at the selected
transponder.
2.3 Delete Channel
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Select the desired channel you want to delete by
pressing RED (
) key.
Press
key for confirmation.
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2.4 Delete All Channel
At the request window, press
press MENU / EXIT to exit.
key to delete all channels and
2.5 Delete Scrambled Channels
At the request window, press
key to delete scrambled channels
and press MENU / EXIT to exit.
2.6 Favorite Channel
You can immediately register the present channel to the desired
Favorite Group.
In addition, you can register a channel to multiple favorite groups.
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Select the desired Favorite Group(FAV1~FAV9) using the FAV key.
Select the desired channel list using the
/
or PG-/PG+
keys at the TV or RADIO list window.
Press the RED (
) key and then register the selected
channel at the Favorite Group.
Then press the
key for confirmation.
You can change TV list or Radio list by the TV/RADIO key and
change favorite list by the FAV key.
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●
When you press the TV/RADIO key, TV list and Radio list are toggled.
Press the FAV key to select another favorite list.
To delete channels from Favorite Group:
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Select a channel list to delete with
/
or PG-/PG+ keys.
Press the RED (
) key to delete the selected channel from the favorite channels.
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2.7 Move & Edit Channel
Select the TV/RADIO list with / keys.
● Select the TV/RADIO list with
/
or PG-/PG+ keys.
● Select channel by pressing the RED (
) key.
● Press the
/
or PG-/PG+ keys to change the position
of the channel you want, and press the
key for
confirmation.
● If you want to return the channel to the initial position,
do not press the
key but press the BLUE (
) key.
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To edit Channel Name
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Select the TV/RADIO list with / keys.
Select a channel list to move to other location with
/
or PG-/PG+keys.
Press GREEN (
) key. Font Table will be displayed.
Select desired font table using the Num.1~5 keys.
Select desired character with / ,
/
and
then press the
key to paste character to the string.
Note : PG- key : Backspace.
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to save the set data.
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3. Parental Lock
This "Parental Lock" feature sets viewing restrictions and
prevents unauthorized access to your STB through the PIN
(Personal Identification Number), which is a 4 digit number.
(The factory preset PIN Code : 0000)
On selecting this menu, you will have two options:
to set lock for any desired channel and to change your PIN value.
●
Enter PIN Code.
If you have not entered your own PIN Code then the
PIN Code 0000 applies, which was set at the factory.
3.1 Set Channel Lock
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●
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Select the channel by pressing
/
, / , / .
When you press the TV/RADIO key, TV list and Radio list are
toggled.
Select the channel lock by pressing RED (
) key.
Press
key for confirmation.
This will lock the channel. Whenever you need to view
the channel, you will have to enter the PIN at the request
window.
After entering PIN Code to able to access a parental locked
channel, it will work on all parental locked channels.
It means that you can access all parental locked channels with
entering PIN Code on any parental locked channel successfully.
To cancel the lock :
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Press RED (
) key again in order to cancel the lock.
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3.2. Change PIN Code
To change the PIN Code, select the second option
"Change PIN Code".
This will take you to the following menu:
In this option, you need to enter the current PIN Code at the
first cursor, and at the second cursor enter the desired
PIN Code.
To confirm, you need to enter the new PIN Code again.
Please remember the PIN Code should be a 4 digit numerical value.
THE FACTORY PRESET PIN Code : 0 0 0 0.
4. System Setup
This option enables you to change the factory preset system
settings as per your requirements.
4.1. Language Selection
The "Language Selection"option allows the user to select
the desired language of the OSD, Soundtrack, Teletext, Subtitle
or EPG.
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different languages, OSD languages are available 19
languages.
To select the desired language menu,
press / keys to change language and press .
The OSD Language, Soundtrack, Teletext, Subtitle,
or EPG will vary according to the selected language.
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4.2 OSD Setting
You can set the OSD transparency and the display time.
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Select OSD Transparency level.
The OSD Transparency level from 0 to 100%.
Setting is made with the numeric keys, / keys
or PG-/PG+ keys.
/ keys
: Setting in increment of 1%.
PG-/PG+ keys : Setting in increment of 10%.
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Set the display duration of the information(banner)
box displayed in the screen.
The time ranges from 0.5 to 60.0 seconds.
Setting is made with the numeric keys, / keys or PG-/PG+ keys.
/ keys
: Adjusting in increment of 0.5sec.
PG-/PG+ keys : Adjusting in increment of 1 sec.
4.3 Media Settings
You can set the various media settings you want.
Place the cursor on this sub menu and press .
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Press the
/
keys to move the sub items and press
the / keys to select the option.
Press the
key to confirm.
Press the MENU/EXIT keys to exit the menu.
Select the TV system : PAL, SECAM.
Select the TV type according to your TV: STANDARD
4: 3 ratio or WIDE SCREEN 16 : 9 ratio type.
Select the aspect ratio conversion :
Letter box, Pan & Screen, Mixed or Full.
Select the Video Signal Type : Composite+RGB or Composite.
Select the RF Channel.
Select Broadcasting System : B/G, I or D/K.
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4.4 Modem Setting
Note : DSR 9510X, DSR 9510Y and DSR 9510Z are supported
Internal modem & External modem at all. DSR 9500AX,
DSR 9500AY and DSR 9500AZ are supported only
External modem.
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Modem Type:
If I internal Modem is installed in DSR 9510X,
DSR 9510Y and DSR 9510Z, "Internal" will
be displayed. Otherwise, "External" will be
displayed. Additionally, you can select it as
Advanced external so that you can set
parameters for your external modem.
Prefix: If you are using extension line, please enter prefix number.
Dialing: Please choose between Tone and Pulse.
4.5 Time & Timer Setting
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Place the cursor on this sub menu and press .
Press the / , / keys to change the Local time in Time
Zone. The local time will be changed according to your
location.
GMT is referred to the standard time of Greenwich.
This cannot be changed.
● Press the
/ keys to choose event repetition you want to
reserve : Daily, Every Sunday, Every Monday, Every Tuesday,
Every Wednesday, Every Thursday, Every Friday, Every Saturday, Once.
● Press the Numerical (
~ ) keys to set the time you want and
press the / keys to choose a switch time you want to reserve.
● Select TV program to set the event program by pressing
/ keys.
When you press the TV/RADIO key, TV program and Radio program are toggled.
● Even you can set timers on Daily and Every Monday or Every SUnday, etc. The priority has the
repetition event which is less. For example, when you set timers on Once and daily, "Once" will
work in stead of "daily" at that day.
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4.5 System Information
If you have to contact your service provider or a service center
they might ask for information available from this menu.
Place the cursor on this sub menu and press
key.
The following will be the on-screen display.
4.6 Software Upgrade
You can download and upgrade the software of this STB through
ASTRA and Hotbird satellite when the new software is released.
During downloading don’t turn off the STB.
If there is a new version of software to download, you are asked
if you will update or not.
If you press
key, the update starts right away.
In case update is impossible, you get this message
"You can’t update software!" Or in case you don’t need to
update, "You don’t need to update software!" will be displayed.
If you get information that a Transponder is changed to different
one for Samsung software, you should select “User Advanced Mode”
at Menu mode by using Vol-/Vol+ key.
Then you should set exact parameters for the new transponder for Samsung.
4.7 Copy Channel Data
If you want to copy the channel data from one receiver
to another, please follow the instruction below.
Please make your own channel data, such as favorite
& lock channel with your own master box.
Then take your master box when you install another box.
1. Plug on both master & slave receivers
2. Master Box(Installed Box) : Stand-by Mode
3. Slave Box(Installing Box) : Menu Mode
4. Connect 2 Boxes with RS232 serial cable
(Both end should have male connector)
5. Select '4. System Setup'
6. Press '7' key on RCU
7. Press 'OK' to start channel data copy
Note : Use this function after removing SMART CARD or CAM modules.
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5. Common Interface
This STB is equipped with two PCMCIA slots, which enable
the use of two CI-CAMS.
When a Common Interface CAM is inserted inside the PCMCIA
slot, the system detects the type of the CAM automatically
and display in the main menu.
On choosing this menu, you will be able to access the different
options available with the type of the CAM like authorizations,
pre-booking, package details etc.,
SLOT A:
You can see the Common Interface CAM’s name
which has been inserted.
"Not installed" is displayed when there is no CAM in slot.
SLOT B:
During inserting any CAM, you may have distorted video or audio.
It doesn't mean STB is wrong.
6. Embedded CAS
1. Change PIN code:
Change the PIN code of the Smartcard, if necessary.
2. Change Parental Rating:
Change the setting for the family filter, if necessary.
Note : This service is not offered by all channels.
3. Change Lock indicator:
You can change the lock status of the Smartcard.
4. Issuer Information:
Here you can call up all information stored on the Smartcard
by the publisher.
5. Authorization:
This option would indicate the authorization status
of the Smartcard.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible cause
Solution of the problem
No display LED on
the front panel;
No power supply
Power cord
not plugged in correctly
Power cord plug in correctly
No pictures on the screen
Receiver in Standby mode;
Scart not connected tightly
to video output of television;
incorrect channel or video
output selected on television
Set receiver to "On";
Check connection and correct;
Audio cord connected
incorrectly;
Loudness level = 0;
Muting active
Check connection and correct;
incorrect operation;
Point remote control
towards the Receiver.
Replace batteries or insert correctly
No sound
Remote Control does not
operate directly
Batteries dead or inserted
incorrectly
Check channel and video output and
correct (TV instruction manual)
Increase loudness on television set;
Press the MUTE key
Poor picture quality
Signal strength to low
Check the signal strength in
the "Auto Scan" menu, correct alignment
of your antenna
On-Screen Error Message
"Searching for signal"
Antenna cable not connected
or not tight;
LNB defective;
incorrect position of the
satellite antenna;
Check connection and correct;
Satellite not yet set
Scan of in "Automatic scanning"
or "Manual scanning" menu
On-Screen Error Message
"Channel data
does not exist."
On-Screen Error Messages:
"Please check the
Smartcard";
"Please insert the
Smartcard".
Smartcard:
- not plugged in correctly;
- not plugged in.
Change LNB;
Check position and correct,
Check the signal strength in
the "Auto Scan" menu
(depend on model)
Check the Smartcard.
"Insert the Smartcard."
DISPOSAL
The device, packaging material (e.g. Styrofoam) and the batteries
must never be disposed of with household refuse.
Please obtain appropriate information about the regulations in your community,
and dispose of all refuse in accordance with regulations at the separate
locations provided.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. User section
4000 programmable channels,
software download via satellite &
PC(Secured), advanced Electronic
Program Guide, multi-language
supported for OSD, DiSEqC 1.2
supported full function infrared remote
control unit, 7 segment LED display,
auto and manual scan facility,
channel organizing (programmable),
SCARTS & RCA output,
low power consumption
2. Tuner section
950 ~ 2150 MHz wide band tuner,
IF output with DC pass loop for analog
receiver, supporting DiSEqC 1.2 version,
13 V/18 V switching,
22 kHz continuous tone control
3. Video section
DVB-S compliant,
MPEG-2 video (MP@ML)
2 - 45 Ms/s symbol rate
modulator output,
compatible for both SCPC/MCPC,
supports aspect ratio 4:3 (normal) and
16:9 (wide screen)
4. Audio section
MPEG 1 audio layer I & II
mono, dual, stereo and joint stereo audio
mode, 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz sampling
frequencies,
volume control and mute function through
Remote Control Unit.
Power supply
Type:
Input voltage:
Fuse rating:
SMPS
AC 100-240V ~, 50/60 Hz
250 V/T2 A
Tuner
Freq. Range:
Input signal level:
Channel selection:
Input impedance:
Connector type:
LNB power control:
DiSEqC:
950 ~ 2150 MHz
-65 ~ -25 dBm
PLL frequency synthesizer
75 Ω unbalanced
F type female
13 V/18 V, 22 kHz tone
1.2 supported
Demodulator
Type:
Symbol rate:
Inner FEC:
QPSK DEMODULATION (DVB-S)
2 ~ 45 Ms/s
Viterbi Convolutional
Coding Rate - 1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8
Reed Solomon Coding (204,188) t, = 8
Outer FEC:
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Video decoder
System decoding:
Profile and level:
Data rate:
Video formats:
Picture resolution:
MPEG 2 ISO/TEC 13818
(transport stream)
MPEG 2 MP@ML (4:2:2)
1~ 15 Mb/s
4:3 (normal) & 16:9 (widescreen)
720(H) x 576(V) x 50 fields/sec
Audio Decoder
System decoding:
Audio mode:
Sampling frequency:
MPEG 1 ISO/TEC 11172~3 layer I & II
mono, dual, stereo, joint stereo
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
A/V output
TV SCART:
VCR SCART:
RCA JACK:
SPDIF:
S-VHS:
VIDEO (CVBS, RGB), AUDIO R&L
VIDEO (CVBS), AUDIO R&L
VIDEO (CVBS), AUDIO R&L
Digital Audio Output
YC p_p 1Volt (±10%)
RF modulator
Modulator output:
Video type:
UHF output level:
Output connector:
Ant. O/P connector:
Tuning method:
CH 21_69 (preset to CH 21)
PAL B/G, K, I (preset to PAL B/G)
70 ± 5 dBµV
IEC male
IEC female
PLL frequency synthesizer
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Serial data interface
Standard:
Connector type:
RS232C, Max. 115.2 kB
9 pin D-type female
Internal modem (For models DSR 9510X, DSR 9510Y, DSR 9510Z)
External Modem Port:
Connector Type:
Data Rate:
This connector is for future purposes only.
Embedded descrambler
2 slots, embedded CAS:
RS232C
RJ-11 modular jack
V.22 2400bps
Interface & descramble
DSR 9500AX, DSR 9500AY, DSR 9510Y and DSR 9510X models are valid for the
Viaccess and CONAX smart card encryption at all.
Only a CONAX smart card can be used for DSR 9500AZ and DSR 9510Z.
Common Interface (For models DSR 9500AY, DSR 9510Y, DSR 9500AZ, DSR 9510Z)
Module Type:
Available CAM:
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VIACCESS, IRDETO, NAGRAVISION,
CRYPTOWORKS, CONAX, SECA, Etc.
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