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HD Digital Recorder
User’s Manual
HDR-FOX T2
The default password is 0000.
Notice
English
Thank you for purchasing a Humax HDR-FOX T2 Freeview+ HD
product.
Freeview+ HD explained:
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Accurate recording
The start and end times of scheduled recordings will track the signal meaning the recording will start and stop at
the times sent by the broadcasters. If a programme starts early or runs late the record time will automatically be
adjusted to record the whole programme.
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Series Link
If a programme you wish to record is in a series, you can now record the whole series. If the programme changes to
a different day or time the product will track these changes and still record the programme.
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Alternate Instances
If a scheduled recording(s) overlap with other programmes set to record you will be given the option to record one
of the programmes later that day or week, on the same channel or a different channel.
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Split Recordings
If a programme has two parts split by another entry in the Guide (e.g. a film divided in to two parts by a News
programme) you will be given the option to set both parts to record.
Note: The above Freeview+ HD features are available on channels where the correct and accurate data is being
broadcast. Some channels may not support all of the Freeview+ HD services.
For more information on Freeview+ HD please visit http://www.freeview.co.uk/HD.
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Notice
Thank you for purchasing a HUMAX product. Please read this user’s manual carefully to be able to safely install, use and
maintain the product at maximum performance. Keep this user’s manual next to your product for future reference. The
information in this user’s manual is subject to change without notice.
Copyright (Copyright © 2010 HUMAX Corporation)
Not to be copied, used or translated in part or whole without HUMAX’s prior consent in writing except approval of
ownership of copyright and copyright law.
Warranty
The warranty does not cover parts which may become defective due to misuse of the information contained in this
manual.
Meaning of Symbols
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back). No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
This symbol indicates dangerous voltage inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or
personal injury.
This symbol indicates important instructions accompanying the product.
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Throughout the whole manual, pay special attention to the following marks that indicate hazardous situations.
Warning
Indicates a hazardous situation which could result in serious injury.
Caution
Indicates a situation which could damage the equipment or other apparatus.
Note
Indicates additional information to make the user aware of possible problems and information of any importance to
help understand, use and maintain the installation.
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Notice
English
‘WEEE’ Instructions
This product should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. Please
separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of
material resources. This will prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled
waste disposal.
Domestic users:
Please contact either the retailer where you purchased this product or their local government office for details of where
and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users:
Contact your supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed
with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Trademarks
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Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks of registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
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Contents
Notice
Thank you for purchasing a Humax HDR-FOX T2
Freeview+ HD product.
Quick Start Guide
1. Checking Accessories
2. Product Overview
3. Connections
4. Powering On
5. Installation Wizard
6. Menu Overview
Basic Operation
Changing Channels
Volume / Mute / Audio
Display Format / Resolution
Programme Information (i-plate)
Sleep Timer
Subtitle
Option
Text and Interactive Services
Channel List
Changing Channels
Editing Channels in Channel List
Managing Channels
Editing Channels
Editing Favourite Channels
TV Guide
Watching Programmes
Setting Reminders
Finding Programmes
Scheduling Reminders and Recordings
Recording and Playback
Recording
Playback
Playback Controls
Pausing and Rewinding Live TV (TSR)
Media List
Using Video List
Using Music List
Using Photo List
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Preferences
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Parental Control
Language Setting
Setting Power On/Off Timer
Video Setting
Audio Setting
Screen Display
Installation
Automatic Search
Manual Search
Software Update (OTA)
Antenna Power
Factory Default
System
System Information
Signal Detection
Power Management
Common Interface
Data Storage
Internet Setting
Appendix
Specification
Service and Support
Safety Warning
Trouble Shooting
Error Message
Glossary
Remote Control Code List
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Quick Start Guide
English
1. Checking Accessories
Quick Start Guide
User’s Manual
Manual &
Quick Start Guide
Remote Control
& Batteries
SCART Cable
HDMI Cable
Note: The accessories may vary according to area.
2. Product Overview
Front Panel
Status Display
STANDBY
Switches between operation
and standby modes.
VOL-/VOL+ P-/P+
USB port
Connect a USB storage device.
Note: The image shown may differ from the actual product.
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Rear Panel
Common Interface
Insert a CI-module.
ANTENNA IN
Connect your main aerial.
ANTENNA OUT
Connect to the TV or VCR using
an RF cable.
SPDIF
Connect to the audio
system using an S/PDIF
cable. (digital audio).
ETHERNET
Connect a LAN cable.
USB Port
Connect a USB storage
device.
HDMI
Connect to the TV using
an HDMI cable.
TV SCART
Connect to the TV using a TV
SCART cable.
ON/OFF
Powers on/off.
VIDEO
Connect to the TV or VCR
using an RCA cable.
AUDIO
Connect to the TV or VCR
using an RCA cable.
Note: The image shown may differ from the actual product.
Conditional Access
Although most TV and radio services are free to air, others are
available on a subscription basis and can only be enjoyed via a
Conditional Access Module (CAM) and smartcard.
Insert the CAM into the Common Interface slot.
Note: The CAM and smartcard are not provided with the product
and are available from the Pay TV provider.
CAM
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Quick Start Guide
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Remote Control
To control the product please make sure that the PVR mode is selected on the remote control.
MUTE
Mutes audio
STANDBY
Switches between operation and standby modes.
MODE
Changes the mode of remote.
NUMERIC
(0-9)
TV Portal
Access to Humax TV Portal.
MENU
Displays the main menu.
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Playback
Control
Buttons
Play, II Pause, Stop, Record Rewind,
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COLOUR
Buttons
Colour keys for interactive applications.
MEDIA
Displays the media list.
GUIDE
Displays the programme guide.
ARROW
Buttons
Moves the cursor up, down, left or right.
OK
Selects a menu or confirms.
EXIT
Exits all On-Screen Display (OSD) screens.
BACK
Returns to the previous screen.
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Fast Forward, I Previous,
I Next, Instant Replay,
Skip
Note:
• The image shown may differ from the actual product.
• Some playback control buttons may not function depending on the content/media files you are
viewing.
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VOLUME
Adjusts the audio volume.
P/P
Changes the channel or page.
LIST
Displays the channel list.
i (Information)
Displays the channel and programme information.
OPT+
Displays the channels attributes.
AUDIO
Displays the audio list.
SUB
Displays the subtitle language list.
TV/RADIO
Switches between TV and radio modes.
TEXT
Enters the digital text service.
SOURCE
Controls the output of TV SCART.
SLEEP
Sets the sleep timer.
V-FORMAT
Sets the resolution of video.
WIDE
Sets the display format.
Add Bookmark/Show Bookmark List.
Slow Play
Inserting Batteries
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iˆ››Œ™ 1. Press the hook upward and lift the
battery cover off.
2. Insert the batteries (supplied)
matching the plus(+) and minus(-)
at each end.
3. Close the cover.
4. Press the PVR button at the top of
the remote control.
Quick Start Guide
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3. Connections
This section describes how to connect your product to match your particular devices setup and to gain
optimum signal quality. The product provides various interfaces to connect to the TV, VCR or other
devices. Select the most appropriate procedure depending on the device you have.
Note: If you encounter any problems setting up your product, please contact your local retailer or Humax
Customer Helpline.
HDMI
TV SCART
DVI Connecter
HDMI Cable
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HDMI Cable
RCA Cable
SCART Cable
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S/PDIF Cable
Ethernet Cable
LAN
Router
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Quick Start Guide
Connecting the Antenna
Connect the aerial to the ANTENNA IN.
Connecting the TV
You can select one of the following connections depending on the device you have.
‫ݎ‬TV with the HDMI connector;
For the best picture quality, connect the product and TV using a HDMI cable.
When using a HDMI cable it is not necessary to also use a scart cable.
‫ݏ‬TV with the DVI connector;
For very good picture quality, connect the product and TV using a HDMI cable and a HDMI-to-DVI
converter for video.
You will also require a RCA cable(Audio L/R) connected to the necessary connection(s) on your TV/Display
for Audio.
Please refer to your TV/Display user manual for further information on the connections required for Audio.
‫ݐ‬TV with the SCART connector;
For good picture quality, connect the product and TV using a SCART cable.
For additional audio connections you can either
1. Connect the product and TV using an RCA cable (Audio L/R).
2. When using the digital audio system, connect the product and the digital audio system using a S/PDIF
cable.
Connecting the Network
‫ݑ‬Connecting to the LAN;
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the receiver and the other end to the LAN router.
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Quick Start Guide
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4. Powering On
1. Connect the power cord of the product to a wall outlet.
2. Ensure the power switch at the rear of the product is switched to ON.
3. Power on by pressing the STANDBY button on the remote control or touching the STANDBY button
at the front of the product.
Note: To control the product please make sure that the PVR mode is selected on the remote
control.
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5. Installation Wizard
When powering on your product for the first time after purchase or performing the factory default in
menu, the Installation Wizard will appear on your TV screen.
If you do not see the Installation Wizard please check:
1. Your TV is switched on.
2. The cables between the product and your TV are connected correctly.
3. Your TV is on the correct input (AV channel) for the connection you are using. (Please refer to your
TV/Display user manual for further information to select the correct Input/channel.)
Note: If you exit the installation wizard without fully completing the channel searching procedure, you
may not have all of the channels available. In this case, you can use the Settings > Installation
menu to search for more channels.
1. Preferred Language
Select a language for audio and subtitles and
press the OK button.
2. Display
Set the video output settings you require.
To continue to the next step select Next and
press the OK button.
Screen Ratio:
16:9 - Widescreen TV
4:3: Traditional TV
Display Format:
Select your Required Display Format, the
image at the bottom of the screen will indicate
how the picture will appear on your TV.
Resolution:
Select your Required Video Resolution (576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
Note: Some TVs/Displays may not support all Video Resolutions, to change this in the future please use
the V-FORMAT button on your remote contol.
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3. Automatic Search
Channel search will begin automatically.
When the search has completed press the OK
button to save the channels found during the
search.
4. Result
The results of the Installation Wizard are
displayed on screen.
Select Finish and press the OK button to
complete the Installation Wizard.
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6. Menu Overview
Preferences
• Parental Control
• Language
• Time
• Video
• Audio
• Recording
• Screen Display
Channel List
TV Guide
Video
Music
Photo
HUMAX TV Portal
Settings
Edit Channels
• Edit Favourite List
• Edit Channel List
Installation
• Automatic Search
• Manual Search
• Software Update
• Antenna Power
• Factory Default
System
• System Information
• Signal Detection
• Power Management
• Common Interface
• Data Storage
• Internet Setting
How to Navigate
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Displays the Menu OSD
Moves among menus or options
Selects (Enters) a menu or confirms a selection
Changes or adjusts the option
Goes back to the previous screen
Enters the number (0~9)
Exit all On-Screen
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Basic Operation
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Changing Channels
You can change the channels in several ways.
Press the P/P button.
Enter the channel number directly. (0-9)
Go to the channel list or TV guide and select a channel.
Note: Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and radio channels.
Volume / Mute / Audio
To adjust the audio volume, press the +/- button.
To mute the audio temporarily, press the MUTE button.
Setting Audio Options
Audio options are available only when the programme supports multiple audio languages.
1. Press the AUDIO button.
Each time you press this button, the audio
language changes or the Audio Description
soundtrack will be selected.
2. Select the audio direction (if available) using
the / arrows.
Note:
• The mute function remains set while you
change channels.
• You cannot set the audio direction when the
programme is broadcast in Dolby Digital.
Display
Select
Confirm
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Display Format / Resolution
Setting Display Format
Press the WIDE button to set the display format
according to the screen ratio.
Each time you press this button, the value
changes.
Screen ratio 4:3: Auto - Letterbox 16:9 -
Letterbox 14:9 - Centre
Screen ratio 16:9: Auto – Pillar Box – Zoom
Note: Refer to Display Format for details.
Display
Setting Resolution
Press the V-FORMAT button to set the resolution
of the screen.
Each time you press this button, the value
changes.
576i - 576p - 720p - 1080i - 1080p
Note: When connected with an HDMI cable
you may only be able to change to the
resolutions that the TV supports.
Display
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Basic Operation
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Programme Information (i-plate)
The i-plate is an information banner that is displayed for a certain period of time whenever you change
channels. Press the i button while watching a progamme to display the i-plate. Press the EXIT button to
hide.
Playing time
Icons
Signal strength and quality
Programme name
Channel number and name
Group name
Current time and date
Display
Navigation mode
Viewing detailed programme information
Press the i button again while the i-plate is displayed.
Viewing previous/next programme information
Press the / button while the i-plate is displayed. Press the OK button to set reminders for future
programmes.
Viewing programme information of other channels
Press the / button while the i-plate is displayed. Press the OK button to change to the selected channel.
Icons
The icons represent the information and services provided.
Locked programme
Series Programme
Pay TV / encrypted programmes (CAS icons)
Resolution
Parental guidance programme
HD programme
Scheduled programme
(Red: Record, Blue: Reminder)
Multiaudio
Subtitle
Dolby Digital audio
Dolby Digital Plus audio
Audio Description
Note: Programme information is not displayed when there is no programme information.
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Basic Operation
Sleep Timer
Press the SLEEP button to set the automatic turn
off time.
Each time you press this button, the value
changes.
Sleep Off - 10 - 20 - 30 - 60 - 90 - 120 minutes
Display
Subtitle
You can select the subtitle language when subtitle
information is provided.
Press the SUB button.
Each time you press this button, the subtitle
language changes.
Note:
• You can choose to always display the subtitle
when available.
• The icon appears when the DVB subtitle is
supported.
Display
Option
You can set the options for the watching channel.
1. Press the OPT+ button.
2. Select an option.
Favourite : Select the favourite group to add the
channel
Lock : Select On or Off.
Delete: Press the OK button.
2. Select OK to save and exit.
Display
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Basic Operation
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Text and Interactive Services
If your chosen channel has digital text features, you can access them. Digital text services often load
automatically shortly after the digital text window is displayed. In which case, simply follow the on screen
instructions. (Press colour buttons)
1. Press the TEXT button to access digital text.
2. Press the TEXT button again to return to normal viewing.
3. Press the P/P button to exit this service.
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Channel List
The channel list will help you find the channel you want to watch quickly and easily.
You can access the channel list in several ways.
Press the LIST button.
Press the MENU button and select Channel List.
Changing Channels
Select the channel you want to watch and press the OK button. The displayed channel will change.
Note:
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: Locked channel,
: Pay TV / encrypted programmes (CAS icons)
• Press the i button to view the detailed programme information.
• Press the LIST or EXIT button to exit.
Advanced Options
Changing Group
You can display the list of the selected channel
group.
TV, HDTV, Radio, Favourite 1~5, Recent
1. Press the arrow.
2. Select a channel group.
3. Press the OK button.
Note: Press the TV/RADIO button to switch
between TV and Radio groups.
Sorting Channels
Press the RED button to sort the list in numerical
or alphabetical order.
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Display/Change
Select
Confirm
Channel List
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Editing Channels in Channel List
You can lock or delete each channel in the channel list, as well as in menu. To edit the multiple channels,
go to MENU >Settings > Edit Channels.
Locking / Deleting Channels
1. Select a channel you want to edit and press
the GREEN button.
2. Select an option.
Lock: Select On or Off.
Delete: Press the OK button.
3. Select OK to save and exit.
Note: The default password is 0000. If you have
forgotten your password, please contact
Humax Customer Support.
Setting Favourite Channels
GREEN
Display
Select
Confirm
You can select your favourite channels and include them in the five favourite groups.
1. Select a channel and press the GREEN button.
2. Select Favourite.
3. Select a favourite group you want to include the channel in and press the OK button.
To remove a channel from a favourite group, select the group and press the OK button again.
4. Select OK to save and exit.
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Managing Channels
Editing Channels
The Edit Channel List menu will help you delete or lock multiple channels.
MENU Settings Edit Channels Edit Channel List
Group name
Marked / Total channels
Function buttons
: Coloured button
Select
Mark/Confirm
Page up/down
Note:
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: Locked channel,
: Pay TV / encrypted programmes (CAS icons)
• Press the MENU or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
Deleting Channels
1. Select the channels using the / and OK button.
2. Press the RED button.
Locking / Unlocking Channels
1. Select the channels using the / and OK button.
2. Press the BLUE button.
3. Select Lock. To unlock, select Unlock.
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Managing Channels
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Advanced Options
Changing Group
To list the channels of other groups, press the GREEN button and select a group you want.
Note: Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and Radio groups.
Changing Background
You can change the channel displayed in the background while editing.
1. Select the channel you want to watch.
2. Press the YELLOW button. The displayed channel will change.
Selecting / Releasing All Channels
1. Press the BLUE button.
2. Select Select All.
3. To release all, select Release All.
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Editing Favourite Channels
The Edit Favourite List menu will help you add or remove channels from the favourite groups.
MENU Settings Edit Channels Edit Favourite List
Group name
Marked / Total channels
Favourite group name
Function buttons
: Coloured or OPT+ button
Select
Mark/Confirm
Page up/down
Note: Press the MENU or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
Adding / Removing Favourite Channels
1. Press the YELLOW button and select the favourite group you want to edit.
2. To add channels to the favourite list, select the channels you want to add using the / and OK
button in the left column and then press the RED button. The added channels will appear in the right
column.
3. To remove channels from the favourite list, select the channels you want to remove in the right
column and then press the RED button.
Moving Channels
1. Select the channels using the / and OK button.
2. Press the RED button.
3. Move the selected channels to the location you want using the / and OK button.
Note: You can move the channels in the right column only.
Renaming Favourite Groups
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2.
3.
4.
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Press the YELLOW button and select the favourite group you want to edit.
Press the OPT+ button
Select Rename.
Enter the name in the keyboard.
Managing Channels
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Advanced Options
Changing Group
To list the channels of other groups in the left column, press the GREEN button and select a group you
want.
Note: Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and Radio groups.
Changing Background
To list the channels of other groups in the left column, press the BLUE button and select a group you want.
Selecting / Releasing All Channels
1. Press the OPT+ button.
2. Select Select All.
3. To release all, select Release All.
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TV Guide
The TV guide is an on-screen guide of grid type which displays the programme information of channels in
time and date order.
You can access the TV guide in several ways.
Press the GUIDE button.
Press the MENU button and select TV Guide.
Note: Press the GUIDE or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
Preview
Current time and date
Information of the selected
programme: channel number & name,
programme name, simple information,
favourite group, and icons
Time bar
Function buttons
: Coloured button
Select
Tune/Reserve
Page up/down
Note:
• Press the i button to view the detailed programme information.
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: Scheduled programme (Red: Record, Blue: Reminder), : Recording programme,
: Present time
Watching Programmes
1. Select a programme and press the OK button. The programme will be displayed in the preview.
2. Press the OK button again to exit the TV guide and watch the programme.
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TV Guide
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Setting Reminders
1. Select a future programme and press the OK button.
2. Select Reminder and press the OK button.
Press the OK button again to cancel the reservation.
The reserved programmes will be added automatically in Schedule.
Note:
• If the programme is overlapped with another programme, adjust the reservation appropriately.
• If the channel is locked, you will be prompted to enter your password before watching.
The default password is 0000. If you have forgotten your password, please contact Humax Customer
Support.
• In standby mode the product will switch on to the channel when the programme starts.
• You can reschedule reminders or recordings. (Refer to Scheduling Reminders and Recordings.)
Advanced Options
Quick Navigation
Press the / button to move to the previous/next programme.
Press the / button to jump back/ahead two hours.
Press the I/I button to move to the previous/next day.
Changing Group
To list the channels of other groups, press the BLUE button and select a group you want.
Note:
• Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and Radio groups.
• To search specific programmes, go to Find by pressing the GREEN button. (Refer to Finding
Programmes.)
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TV Guide
Finding Programmes
Find will help you find the programmes more specifically using the keyword or genre.
By Keyword
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the GREEN button.
Select Keyword and press the button.
Select a keyword and press the OK button.
Press the YELLOW button to confirm.
Note: To enter a new keyword, select New
Keyword.
By Genre
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the GREEN button.
Select Genre and press the button.
Select a genre and press the OK button.
Select the specific genre and press the OK
button. (if provided)
GREEN
Display
Confirm
Select
Page
up/down
Note:
• Press the i button to view the detailed programme information.
• Press the OK button to watch a found programme. (Refer to Changing Channels.)
• You can set reminders or recordings for future programmes. (Refer to Setting Reminders or
Recordings.)
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TV Guide
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Scheduling Reminders and Recordings
Schedule lists reminders and will help you manage them in more detail.
1. Press the YELLOW button.
2. You can add, edit or delete your reminders.
To add, select New Reminder and press the OK
button.
To edit, select a reminder and press the OK
button.
To delete, select a reminder and press the BLUE
button.
3. Reservation will pop up. You can change
the options you want using the ///,
NUMERIC(0~9) and OK buttons.
4. Select OK to save and exit.
YELLOW
Note:
• Press the i button to view the detailed
programme information.
• You can easily set reminders or recordings in
TV Guide, Find or i-plate navigation mode.
Display
Confirm
Select
Page
up/down
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Recording and Playback
You can record programmes in the built-in hard disk drive and playback the recorded programmes
whenever you want.
Recording
You can watch another channel while recording a channel or record programmes from two different
channels at the same time.
Instant Recording
You can record the currently watching programme
instantly and change the recording duration.
To instantly record the current programme you are
watching, press the RECORD button.
The recording will start from the current broadcast
point and the record banner will be displayed for a
few seconds.
Press the STOP button to stop recording the
programme.
The recording will continue till the end of the
current programme. However, if the programme ends in less than ten minutes, it will continue till the end
of the next programme. When no programme information is provided, the recording will continue for two
hours.
Note: You can also press the Record button while in the Guide to start recording a current programme on
a different channel.
Delayed Recording
You can record the scenes of a live broadcast you have been watching until now by rewinding with the
time shifted recording function.
Find the starting point you want to record by using the REWIND, or buttons, then press the RECORD
button.
The recording will start from the point you select.
Changing Recording Duration
1. Press the RECORD button on the currently
recording channel.
2. Set the duration manually or select till the
end of the current prorgramme or the next
programme.
Record
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Select
Confirm
Enter 0~9
Recording and Playback
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Scheduled Recording
You can easily set the recording reservations in TV
Guide, Schedule or i-plate navigation mode.
While in the TV Guide highlight a future
programme and press the OK button.
Select from:
Record Whole Series
Record the Whole Programme
Press the OK button on a future programme
in i-plate and select either Record Series or
Record the Whole Programme.
(Refer to Programme Information.)
The recording will start at the scheduled time and the record banner will be displayed for a few seconds.
Press the STOP button to stop recording the programme.
Note:
• Press the GUIDE button to go to TV Guide.
• Press the GUIDE button and press YELLOW button to go to Schedule.
• Press the i button while watching a progamme to display the i-plate.
Editing Recording Schedule
You can edit or delete your reservations in Schedule.
To edit, select a reservation and press the OK
button. You can change the options such as
channel, date, time, repeat mode, etc.
To delete, select a reservation and press the
OPT+ button.
Record
Select
Confirm
Enter 0~9
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Recording and Playback
Recording Conflict
You can watch another channel while recording a channel or record programmes from two different
channels at the same time.
Recording Duration Conflict
When an instant recording conflicts with one of
the scheduled recordings (or reminders), you can
either;
Record for the automatically modified duration.
Cancel either of the scheduled recordings (or
reminders).
Cancel the previous recording.
Watching Conflict
When a scheduled recording starts on a different
channel while you are watching a channel and
recording another channel, a record notice
will pop-up 30 seconds before the scheduled
recording starts.
OK: The channel will change at the start time and
the scheduled recording will start automatically.
Cancel: The scheduled recording will be
canceled.
Scheduling Conflict
When a new scheduled recording conflicts
with one of the previously set recordings (or
reminders), you will be prompted to select up to
two programmes you want to keep.
Select the programme using the / and OK
button.
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Setting Padding / Jump Time
MENU Settings Preferences Recording
Setting Padding Time
You can set the recording padding time in case
the recording starts earlier or ends later than
scheduled.
Start Padding Time : Additional recording time
before the recording starts.
End Padding Time : Additional recording time
after the recording ends.
Setting Jump Time
You can set the jump time to replay or skip scenes
during playback or time shifted recording.
Instant Replay Time : 7 sec, 15 sec, 30 sec
Skip Forward Time : 30 sec, 60 sec, 120 sec, 240 sec
Note:
• You can record radio programmes also.
• The record banner will be displayed with the i-plate whenever pressing the i button.
• You can change the recording duration by using the RECORD button for instant recording or by going
to MENU > TV Guide > Schedule for scheduled recording.
• When a new scheduled recording starts while a recording is already in progress, the record banner
will be displayed for a few seconds to inform you that the recording has been started. If you are not
watching the channel being recorded, a record notice will pop-up 30 seconds before the scheduled
recording starts, and the channel will switch to the scheduled programme automatically at the start
time.
• Pressing the STANDBY button while recording will not stop the recording. New recordings will start
even in standby mode.
• While watching a recording programme, you can trick-play using the playback control buttons such as
pause, fast rewind, instant replay, slow, etc.
• You can record the digital TV or radio programmes only. The external AV inputs cannot be recorded.
• Make sure that there is enough free space before recording. If the free space on the hard disk drive is
insufficient, recording will stop. Recording HD programme requires more space than SD programme.
Recording one hour of HD and SD programmes may require 8 GB and 2~3 GB of hard disk space,
respectively. The space for recording one hour programme may differ depending on the programme.
• To view the recorded programme list, press the MEDIA or MENU button and select Video. (Refer to
Using Video List.)
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Recording and Playback
Playback
You can playback the recorded programmes that are stored in the built-in hard disk drive.
Playing Recordings (Video)
You can access the recorded file list easily and play the recorded programmes.
Press the MEDIA button.
Press the MENU button and select Video.
Select a file and press the OK button. Playback will
start.
You can perform fast rewind, fast forward, slow
motion and pause while playing back a recorded
file. The green playbar is displayed when pressing
the PLAY, FAST FORWARD, REWIND, SLOW or
PAUSE button while playing.
Present time
Play status
Start time
Play pointer
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Playback Controls
Play
Pause the scene. Press the PAUSE button again to go back to play mode.
Stop the playback of the current file and go to live TV.
Fast Rewind
Fast Forward
Move to the previous chapter and replay the scenes.
Move to the next chapter and skip scenes.
/
Jump to the previous or next scene.
Add or delete a bookmark in your desired scene.
The bookmarked scene is shown as a yellow pointer.
Jump to bookmarked scenes directly.
The play pointer will first move to the nearest bookmark.
Watch the recording in slow video.
Note:
• When you press the BACK button during playback, the playback stops.
• Chapters are made by dividing the recorded programme into eight portions.
• Bookmarks are available only when playing back the recorded programmes.
• Up to four bookmarks can be used, and the bookmarks will remain even if you stop playback.
• Refer to Media List > Using Video List for more details about the recorded files.
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Recording and Playback
Pausing and Rewinding Live TV (TSR)
Time Shifted Recording (TSR) allows you to pause a live broadcast and return to it later and continue
where you left off.
The TSR function automatically saves the programmes you watch to the built-in hard disk drive
temporarily.
TSR lasts for 120 minutes.
To pause the programme you are watching,
Press the PAUSE button. Press the PLAY button to return. Pause makes a time gap between the live
broadcasting point and watching point. The time gap is equivalent to the period the programme has been
paused.
Press the STOP button to close the time gap and go to live programme.
To rewind and watch missed scenes,
Press the REWIND button. Press the PLAY button at the point where you want to start watching. You can
pause, rewind or fast forward within the programme.
You can fast rewind to the start point. If you reach the start point while rewinding, the
programme is automatically played at the normal speed.
To fast forward and skip scenes,
Press the FAST FORWARD button. You can fast forward only when there is a time gap between the
current watching point and the live broadcasting point caused by pause, slow motion or fast rewind. You
can fast forward up to the current broadcasting point. If you reach the live broadcasting point while fast
forwarding, the programme is automatically played at normal speed.
Note: Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to instantly replay or skip scenes at regular intervals you set in
the menu. (Refer to Setting Jump Time.)
To record the Time Shift Recording buffer
Rewind to the point you wish to record and press the Record button on the remote control.
Note: The recording will not appear immediately in the Media list as time is required to transfer the buffer
into a recording.
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You can retrieve video, music or photo files from the built-in hard disk drive, the USB storage devices, or
the DLNA compliant devices.
You can access Media List in several ways.
Press the MEDIA button.
Press the MENU button and select Video, Music or Photo.
Connect a USB storage device for media and select your desired media type.
Video
Lists TV/Radio recordings or XviD files.
Music
Lists MP3 files.
Photo
Lists JPEG files.
Note:
• Press the MEDIA or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
• When you connect a USB storage device, the media type menu is displayed automatically.
• Select Copy to copy the media files to the different devices. (Refer to Using the Video List > Editing
Files.)
Switching Storage
1. Press the BLUE button to switch the storage.
2. Select the storage and press the OK button.
HDD: Displays the internal HDD.
USB: Displays each partition of the connected
USB storage devices. Select a USB.
Network: Displays the connected DLNA
compliant devices. Select the server.
Switching Media
1. Press the YELLOW button to switch the media
type.
2. Select the media type and press the OK
button.
Video, Music, Photo
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Note:
• Please use only the USB storage device which was formatted with ext3, FAT or NTFS file system.
• Compatible USB devices include portable flash memory (particularly keydrives) and digital audio
players (MP3 players) of format FAT12/16/32. It is not possible to connect this unit to a personal
computer for USB playback.
• You can play back XviD/MP3/JPEG files (except files with copy-protection or restricted playback).
• Supported features according to USB file system
ext3: Read, Copy (Digital TV/Radio, MP3, JPEG, XviD)
FAT: Read, Copy (Digital TV/Radio, MP3, JPEG, XviD)
NTFS: Read (MP3, JPEG, XviD)
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USB ports on your product supply 800mA in total. This 800mA is shared among all devices connected
to product.
Please connect power to a USB storage device which requires an external power supply. If not, the
device may not be recognized.
Please connect a USB storage device with the cable offered by the device maker. If you use a cable
which is not offered by the device maker or an excessively long cable (max 5m), the device may not be
recognized.
If the USB storage device is connected in standby mode, it will automatically be recognized when the
product is turned on.
A USB storage device using an automatic recognition programme may not be recognized.
A USB storage device which uses its own driver may not be recognized.
The recognition speed of a USB storage device may depend on each device.
Please do not disconnect or turn off the USB storage device while playing back. When the USB
storage device is suddenly separated or unplugged, the stored files or the USB storage device may be
damaged.
Be sure to back up important files since data stored in a USB storage device may be damaged. We will
not be responsible for any data loss.
If your USB storage device has multiple partitions, or if you use a USB multi-card reader, you can use up
to 4 partitions or USB memory devices.
If the USB memory stick does not work properly, disconnect and reconnect it.
Some USB storage devices may not be supported or operated smoothly.
How fast a USB storage device is detected differs from device to device.
USB storage devices below USB 2.0 are supported as well. But they may not work properly.
The system may require a longer time to read large amounts of data stored in a USB device.
Only one USB icon will appear even when there are more than one USB.
The network icon is displayed only when the network has been connected.
HUMAX cannot guarantee compatibility (operation and/or bus power) with all USB mass storage
devices and assumes no responsibility for any loss of data that may occur when connected to this unit.
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Using Video List
You can play TV/Radio recordings or XviD files from the built-in hard disk drive, the USB storage devices, or
the DLNA compliant devices.
MENU Video
Note:
• Press the YELLOW button to switch the media type.
• Press the BLUE button to switch the storage.
• Press the i button to view the detailed programme information.
Path
Storage
New recorded file
Recording file
Playing file
XviD file
Function buttons
: Coloured or OPT+ button
Note:
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: Recording icon, : Playing icon ,
: HD icon, : CAS icon, : Lock icon
• When you record the whole series of the programme, the programmes will be recorded in the same
series folder.
Playing Files
Select a file and press the PLAY button. Playback will start from the recently viewed point.
To play multiple files successively, select the files using the RED button and press the PLAY button.
Using Play Options
1. Select a file and press the OK button.
2. Select a play option.
Resume Play: Plays from the recently viewed point.
Play from the Start: Plays from the start.
Delete: Deletes the selected files.
Rename: Renames the selected file.
Lock/Unlock: Locks or unlocks the selected files.
3. Press the OK button.
You can perform fast rewind, fast forward, slow motion and pause while playing back a recorded file. Refer
to Recording and Playback > Playback for details on playback control and playbar.
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Note:
• To play multiple files successively, select the files using the RED button and press the OK button.
When multiple files are selected, Resume Play and Rename are not available in Play Options.
• You will be prompted to enter the password when playing the locked files or the files with guidance
policy.
• Some playback control buttons may not function depending on the contents.
Editing Files
Sorting Files
1. Press the OPT+ button.
2. Select Sort and press the OK button. The files
will be sorted in alphabetical order.
3. To sort the files in time order, repeat the above
procedure.
Note: Sorting files is available for video files only.
Deleting Files
1. Select the file(s) you want to delete and press
the OPT+ button.
2. Select Delete and press the OK button.
3. Select Yes and press the OK button.
Locking Files
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Select the file(s) you want to lock and press the OPT+ button.
Select Lock and press the OK button.
To unlock, press the OPT+ button again and select Unlock.
Enter the password.
Moving / Copying Files
1. Select the file(s) you want to move and press
the OPT+ button.
2. Select Move and press the OK button.
3. Select the folder or storage you want to move
the file(s) to and press the OK button.
Moving the file(s) within the same storage:
Select the folder you want to move the file(s) to
and press the OK button.
Copying the file(s) to another storage: Select
the storage and then select the folder to copy
the file(s) to. Press the OPT+ button to create the
folder.
Note:
• When moving a locked file, you will be prompted to enter the password.
• When a file is moved to a different storage, it will be copied. However, video recordings cannot be
copied to other storages.
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Renaming Files
1. Select the file you want to rename and press the OPT+ button.
2. Select Rename and press the OK button.
3. Enter the name of the file in the keyboard and press the YELLOW button.
Creating Folder
1. Press the OPT+ button.
2. Select New Folder and press the OK button.
3. Enter the name of the folder in the keyboard and press the YELLOW button.
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Media List
Using Music List
You can play MP3 audio files from the built-in hard disk drive, the USB storage devices, or the DLNA
compliant devices.
MENU Music
Note:
• Press the YELLOW button to switch the media type.
• Press the BLUE button to switch the storage.
Path
Storage
Title, Artist, Album
Function buttons
: Coloured or OPT+ button
Playing Files
Select a file and press the OK or PLAY button. All files in the folder will be played successively.
To play the selected files only, select the files using the RED button and press the OK or PLAY button.
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Music Player
The music player is displayed while playing the
music file(s).
Plays or pauses
Plays
Pauses
Plays the previous file
RED
Plays the next file
Changes the play mode (once, repeat, repeat
all, shuffle)
Plays the first file
Stops the music player and displays the list
Plays the last file
Exits the music player and goes to live TV
Editing Files
Deleting, moving, renaming the music files or creating new folders are the same as in the video list. Refer
to Using Video List > Editing Files.
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Media List
Using Photo List
You can play JPEG photo files from the built-in hard disk drive, the USB storage devices, or the DLNA
compliant devices.
MENU Photo
Note:
• Press the YELLOW button to switch the media type.
• Press the BLUE button to switch the storage.
Path
Storage
Thumbnail
Function buttons
: Coloured or OPT+ button
Photo Slideshow
Select a file and press the OK or PLAY button. All
files in the folder will be shown successively.
To slideshow the selected files only, select the files
using the RED button and press the OK or PLAY
button.
The info banner is displayed while slideshow is
paused.
Pauses or plays
Plays
Shows the previous photo
Pauses
Shows the next photo
Stops slideshow and displays photo list
Shows the first photo
Exits slideshow and goes to live TV
Shows the last photo
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Editing Files
Deleting, moving, renaming the photo files or creating new folders are the same as in the video list. Refer
to Using Video List > Editing Files.
Slide Mode
You can play music files during slideshow.
1. Press the OPT+ button.
2. Select Slide Mode and press the OK button.
Display Time: The duration a photo is displayed
Music Play: Select On to play music files during
slideshow.
Folder: Select the folder the music files in located
in using the RED button.
3. Select OK to save and exit.
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HUMAX TV Portal
HUMAX TV Portal provides Catch-up TV services and various web applications.
You can access HUMAX TV Portal in several ways.
Press the TV Portal button.
Press the MENU button and select HUMAX TV
Portal.
Note:
• Press the TV Portal button to return to TV
Portal home while using the portal service.
• Press the EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK
button to return to the previous screen.
• Press the RED button to enter the simple
mode.
• Press the BLUE button to display the HUMAX Privacy Policy.
• HUMAX TV Portal is powered by independent service providers and the services are subject to change
without notice.
Sky Player
You can watch live TV programmes and TV on demand with a monthly subscription.
For more information please visit http://www.humaxdigital.co.uk/skyplayer
BBC iPlayer
You can watch live TV or radio programmes and watch them again for seven days after they are broadcast.
flickr / WIKI@TV
You can access Flickr to view photos on your TV. You can also browse Wikipedia on the TV screen.
Internet Radio
You can browse your favourite music and listen to them from the internet radio stations around the world
with streaming audio technology.
Disclaimer: You agree that your use of the HUMAX TV Portal Service (“Service”) is at your sole risk and
acknowledge that the Service and anything contained therein, including, but not limited to,
content, services, goods or advertisements (the “Items”) are provided “AS IS” and that HUMAX
makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, as to the Items, including, but not limited
to, merchantability, no infringement, title or fitness for a particular purpose or use. HUMAX
is not responsible for the quality of the broadband, and any disruptions or discontinuation
of the Services as a result of broadband provided by your Internet Service Provider (“ISP”).
HUMAX does not warrant that the Service is compatible with your equipment or that the
Service is free of errors or viruses and is not liable for any damage you may suffer as a result
of such destructive features. You agree that HUMAX, its Suppliers and its third-party agents
shall have no responsibility or liability for any injury or damages, whether caused by the
negligence of HUMAX, its employees, subcontractors, agents, Suppliers or otherwise arising
in connection with the Service and shall not be liable for any lost profits, losses, punitive,
incidental or consequential damages or any claim against HUMAX by any other party or
any fault, inaccuracy, omission, delay or any other failure in the Service caused by your
equipment or arising from your use of the Service on such equipment. For any issues or
questions about the compatibility with your broadband, please contact your ISP.
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Preferences
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In this chapter you can set options for parental control, language, time, video, audio and screen display.
Note: Press the MENU or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
Parental Control
MENU Settings Preferences Parental Control
You will be prompted to enter the password to access this menu.
Note: The default password is 0000. If you have forgotten your password, please contact Humax
Customer Support.
Guidance Policy
You can set the guidance on the recordings or
internet contents during the watershed which is
the time period (21:00 to 05:30) for adult contents.
1. Select Guidance Policy.
2. Select an option.
All Content
All Guidance Marked Content
Internet Content Only
Off
3. Press the OK button.
Note: The password is required to view the
blocked programmes.
Changing Password
You can change the current password. This
password is prompted every time a password
blocked menu is accessed.
1. Select Change STB Password.
2. Enter the new password.
3. Enter the new password for verification.
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Preferences
Language Setting
MENU Settings Preferences Language
You can set the preferred language for audio and
subtitle.
1. Select Preferred Language.
2. Select the language.
Note:
• You can change the audio or subtitle language
by pressing the AUDIO or SUB button while
watching a programme.
• The Preferred Language will be the priority
when you change channels or restart the
product.
Setting Power On/Off Timer
MENU Settings Preferences Time
1. To turn on the product automatically, select
Power On Timer and select Set Timer.
2. Enter the time.
3. Set the options for the power on timer.
Channel: Select the channel to be displayed
when powering on.
Volume: Adjust the volume of the audio when
powering on.
Repeat: Select the repeat mode of the power on
timer.
4. To turn off the product automatically, select
Power Off Timer and select Set Timer.
5. Enter the time.
Note: The power on time and power off time should be set different from each other.
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Video Setting
MENU Settings Preferences Video
Setting TV Screen Ratio
You can select the screen ratio of your TV.
1. Select Screen Ratio.
2. Select an option.
16:9 - 4:3
Setting Display Format
You can select the display format according to the
screen ratio of your TV.
1. Select Display Format.
2. Select an option.
Screen ratio 4:3: Auto - Letterbox 16:9 -
Letterbox 14:9 - Centre
Screen ratio 16:9: Auto - Pillarbox - Zoom
Note: You can set the display format by pressing the WIDE button while watching a programme. Refer to
Display Format / Resolution.
Screen ratio
Display Format
4:3
Auto
Letterbox16:9
Letterbox14:9
Auto
Pillarbox
Zoom
Centre
16:9
Setting TV SCART
You can select the video signal output option for the TV SCART.
1. Select TV SCART.
2. Select an option.
CVBS – RGB
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Audio Setting
MENU Settings Preferences Audio
Setting Audio Description
You can set to narrate the on-screen visuals which
is used for visually impaired viewers.
1. Select Audio Description.
2. Select an option.
On - Off
Note: Not all channels/programmes will provide
Audio Description; for further information
please contact the Broadcaster.
Setting Digital Audio Output
You can select the digital audio signal output of your product.
1. Select Digital Audio Output.
2. Select an option.
Multi - channel - Stereo
Item
Audio
Digital Audio Output
MPEG
PCM
DD
DD
DD+
DD
MPEG
PCM
DD
PCM
DD+
PCM
Multichannel
Stereo
Setting Lip-Sync
You can adjust the sound difference of audio and video.
1. Select Lip-Sync.
2. Adjust the lip-sync using the / button. Pressing the right button increases the audio speed and
pressing the left button decreases it.
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Screen Display
MENU Settings Preferences Screen Display
Setting Info Display Time
You can set the duration the information box is
displayed every time the channel is switched.
1. Select Info Display Time.
2. Select an option.
Off - 1~20 sec
Setting Transparency
You can set the transparency of the On-Screen
Display.
1. Select Transparency.
2. Select an option.
Off - 25% - 50% - 75%
Setting Subtitle Display
You can set to display the subtitle automatically or not.
1. Select Subtitle Display.
2. Select an option.
On - Off
Setting Subtitle Font
You can adjust the subtitle font.
1. Select Subtitle Font.
2. Select an option.
Variable - Fixed
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Installation
Installation menu allows you to search the available TV and radio channels. Software update, antenna
power and factory default setting are also available in this section.
MENU Settings Installation
Note:
• You will be prompted to enter the password to access this menu. The default password is 0000. If you
have forgotten your password, please contact Humax Customer Support.
• Press the BACK button to save the changes and return to the previous screen. Press the MENU or EXIT
button to exit.
Automatic Search
You can search channels automatically without entering any other information.
1. Select Automatic Search. Channel search
starts.
2. Select Save and press the OK button to save
the results.
Note: Select Stop and press the OK button to
stop the channel search.
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Manual Search
You can search channels manually by searching parameters.
1. Select Manual Search.
2. Configure the search options.
Channel: Select the channel.
Frequency: Enter the frequency.
Transmission: Select DVB-T or DVB-T2.
Bandwidth: Select the bandwidth.
Network Search: Select On or Off.
3. Select Search and press the OK button.
4. Select Save and press the OK button to save
the results.
Note:
• Select Stop and press the OK button to stop the channel search.
• For information on the correct channel numbers to use in your area please visit http://www.digitaluk.
co.uk. Please select the “I am in the aerial installation trade” option when searching your postcode.
Software Update (OTA)
In order to maintain proper performance of the product, it is essential to have the most up-to-date
software. Visit the HUMAX website to check the latest news and newly released software versions. (http://
www.humaxdigital.com) It is recommended that you periodically check for the availability of
software update.
OTA, an abbreviation of Over–the-Air, means that the software can be downloaded through your aerial.
The manufacturer reserves the right to decide when and where to release software by this process.
You can also search and download new software manually.
MENU Settings Installation Software Update
Automatic Update
1. Select Automatic Update and press the OK
button to search for new software
2. When new software is detected, select Yes to
start the update process now.
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Manual Update
1. Select Manual Update and press the OK
button.
2. Enter the options manually
Channel: Select the channel.
Frequency : Enter the frequency. The
corresponding frequency value will be
automatically displayed.
Transmission: Select DVB-T or DVB-T2.
3. Select Search and press the OK button to
search for new software.
4. When new software is detected, select Yes to
start the update process now.
Please wait until the update is complete. When
completing the software update, the product
is automatically powered off and on again.
Note:
• It may take 5~10 minutes to update software.
• Other functions such as scheduling programmes will not activate while software update takes place.
• The software updates will only be downloaded over air if you are receiving the HD channels available.
If you do not receive the HD channels at the current time please visit http://www.humaxdigital.co.uk/
update to upgrade via USB.
• Be sure to update software when the signal strength and quality is high. If the weather is not favorable
and the signal strength and quality are not recommendable, perform the software update later.
• The product will search new software automatically during standby. If new software is detected, you
can choose either to download immediately or later when you switch into operation mode. If you
select Later, the message will be displayed again when you power on.
Caution:
• Please be careful to keep the power on and the power cord plugged in during software update. If the
power is off during software update, fatal damage may be caused to the product.
• Please be careful not to pull out the signal line (RF cable) during software update. Update may be
interrupted and the product may not operate.
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Antenna Power
MENU Settings Installation Antenna Power
Active antenna is a portable or indoor antenna which needs power supply from the product because it
does not have power cord for itself. Connect an active antenna to the ANTENNA IN on the rear of the
product.
1. Select 5V Antenna Power.
2. Select an option.
On: 5V power is supplied from the active antenna
cable.
Off: No power supplied
Note: Most domestic aerial installation will not
require the Antenna Power option to be
switched on. Please check with your aerial
installer if this is required for your aerial.
Factory Default
MENU Settings Installation Factory Default
1. Select Factory Default.
2. A popup will appear. Select Yes.
3. You will be prompted to enter the password.
Enter the password.
Note:
• The default password is 0000. If you have
forgotten your password, please contact
Humax Customer Support.
• To format the HDD, mark Format HDD.
Warning:
• Please note that once you perform Factory
Default, all user configuration/settings will be reset to the Factory settings. After completing the
factory default, the installation wizard will appear automatically in a few seconds.
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System
In System, system information, signal detection, power management , common interface, data storage
and internet setting are available.
Note: Press the MENU or EXIT button to exit. Press the BACK button to return to the previous screen.
System Information
MENU Settings System System Information
The system information is displayed.
Signal Detection
MENU Settings System Signal Detection
You can check the signal strength and quality of
the searched channels.
Note: We recommend that the Signal Strength
is above 30% and the Signal Quality is
above 70% in order to receive the channels
without picture/sound breakup.
Menu On/Off
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Select
Confirm
Enter 0~9
System
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Power Management
MENU Settings System Power Management
Setting Power Saving in Standby
You can minimise the standby power consumption
to below 1W.
1. Select Power Saving in Standby.
2. Select On to deactivate the certain features
and minimise the power consumption.
Note: When Power Saving in Standby is
switched On the Time on the front display
will not appear when in standby, nor will
the Antenna Out loop-through the signal to
a connected device.
Setting Automatic Power Down
The receiver automatically enters standby mode for power saving if no user interaction occurs for 3 hours.
1. Select Automatic Power Down.
2. Select On to enter standby mode automatically if no user interaction occurs for 3 hours.
Note: The message will be displayed before entering standby mode. If no selection is made for 30
seconds, the receiver enters standby mode automatically.
Common Interface
MENU Settings System Common Interface
The common interface information is displayed.
Menu On/Off
Select
Confirm
Enter 0~9
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System
Data Storage
MENU Settings System Data Storage
You can check the size of the internal HDD or external USB storage device.
1. Select storage to display the details for the
storage.
2. To format the selected storage, select
Format Storage. If you select Yes, you will be
prompted to enter the password.
Note:
• The default password is 0000. If you have
forgotten your password, please contact
Humax Customer Support.
• Supported Features according to USB file
system.
Ext3: Read, Copy (Digital TV/Radio, MP3, JPEG, XviD)
FAT: Read, Copy (Digital TV/Radio, MP3, JPEG, XviD)
NTFS: Read (MP3, JPEG, XviD)
Internet Setting
MENU Settings System Internet Setting
Configuring IP (LAN)
1. You can configure the Ethernet setting
options.
DHCP: Apply the options according to the DHCP.
Manual: Enter the options manually,
2. Select Apply and press the OK button.
Note: When entering the IP address manually,
enter 3 digits in a row.
Menu On/Off
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Confirm
Enter 0~9
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Specification
Tuner & Channel
Input Connector
IEC 169-2 Female
Frequency Range
470 MHz to 862 MHz
Signal Level
-70 to -10 dBmV
Demodulation
OFDM
Mode
DVB-T : 2K, 8K
DVB-T2 : 1K, 2K, 4K, 8K, 16K, 32K
FEC Mode
DVB-T: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
DVB-T2: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6
Guard Intervals
DVB-T : 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32
DVB-T2 : 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/128, 19/128, 19/256
Audio/Video Decoding
Audio Decoding
Dolby Digital Plus
Audio Mode
Single channel/Dual channel/Joint stereo/Stereo
Video Decoding
HD MPEG2 /SD MPEG2 / MPEG4(H.264/AVC)
Video Format
4:3, 16:9, Letter Box
Video Resolution
1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i
Memory
Flash Memory
32 MB MB
RAM
320 MB
EEPROM
8 KB
Audio/Video In/Out
Video
TV-SCART, RCA, HDMI/HDCP
Audio
TV-SCART, Audio L/R, S/PDIF (Digital Audio Output)
Data In/Out
USB
USB 2.0 Host (5 V
500mA Max.)
RJ-45
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Hard Disk
HDD
500 GB / 1 TB (Optional)
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Power Supply
Input Voltage
90-250 V a.c., 50/60 Hz
Type
SMPS
Power Consumption
Max. 28 W (Standby: Under 1 W)
Protection
Separate internal fuse.
The input should be protected against lightning.
Physical Specification
Size (w/h/d)
380 mm x 55 mm x 252 mm
Weight
2.8 Kg
Operating Temperature
0 °C to +45 °C
Note: The specifications are subject to change without notice.
Service and Support
Information concerning troubleshooting, software upgrade and product support is provided in the
following websites and call centers. Should your product require warranty service, please contact HUMAX
to obtain the appropriate authorization.
HUMAX Call Center
UK
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Tel:
Opening Hours:
E-mail:
Website:
Language:
0844 669 8800
Mon - Fri 09:00 – 17:30 (excluding Bank Holidays)
uksupport@humax-digital.co.uk
www.humax-digital.co.uk
English
Appendix
English
Safety Warning
This product has been manufactured to comply with international safety standards. Please read the
following safety precautions carefully.
Safety Instructions and Precautions
1. MAINS SUPPLY
•
•
Operate this product only from the type of power supply indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of
the type of power supplied to your home, consult your local power company.
Disconnect the product from the mains before you start any maintenance or installation procedures.
2. OVERLOADING
•
Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may result in electric fire or shock.
3. LIQUID
•
The product should not be exposed to liquid of any kind. In addition, no objects filled with liquid should be
placed on the apparatus.
4. CLEANING
•
•
Disconnect the product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Use a light damp cloth (no solvents) to dust the product.
5. VENTILATION
•
•
•
The slots on top of the product must be left uncovered to allow proper airflow into the unit.
Do not stand the product on soft furnishings or carpets.
Do not stack electronic equipments on top of the product.
6. ATTACHMENTS
•
Do not use any unsupported attachments as these may be hazardous or cause damage to the product.
7. LIGHTNING, STORM OR NOT IN USE
•
Unplug the product from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna during a thunderstorm or when left
unattended and unused for long periods of time. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and
power-surges.
8. EXTRANEOUS OBJECTS
•
Do not insert anything through the openings in the unit, where they can touch dangerous voltage points or
damage parts.
9. REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
•
When replacement of parts is required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitution may
result in additional damage to the unit.
10. CONNECTION
[Satellite] CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB
• Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish.
Failure to do so can damage the LNB.
[Cable] CONNECTION TO THE CABLE TV SIGNAL
• Connect all components before plugging any power cords into the wall outlet. Always turn off the product, TV
and other components before you connect or disconnect any cables.
[Terrestrial] CONNECTION TO THE AERIAL
• Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the aerial. Failure to
do so can damage the aerial.
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11. CONNECTION TO THE TV
•
Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the TV. Failure to do
so can damage the TV.
12. LOCATION
•
•
•
•
•
Place the product indoors to avoid exposing it to lightning, rain or sun. Do not place it near a radiator or heat
register.
We recommend that the product has 10 cm clearance from any other appliances susceptible to electromagnetic
influences, such as a TV or a VCR.
Do not block the openings with any object, and do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface.
If you place the product on a rack or a bookcase, ensure that there is adequate ventilation and that you have
followed the manufacturer’s instructions for mounting.
Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table where it can fall. A falling product
can cause serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance.
Warning
1. To avoid damage of the power cord or plug;
•
•
•
•
•
Do not modify or process the power cord or plug arbitrarily.
Do not bend or twist the power cord.
Make sure to disconnect the power cord holding the plug.
Keep heating appliances as far as possible from the power cord in order to prevent the cover vinyl from melting.
The mains plug, as a disconnection device, shall remain readily accessible by the user.
2. To avoid electrical shock;
•
•
•
•
Do not open the main body.
Do not insert metal or inflammable objects inside the product.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Disconnect the power cord in case of lightning.
3. To avoid damage of product;
•
•
Do not use the product when it is out of order. If you continue to use the product when defective, serious
damage can be caused. Make sure to contact your local product distributor if the product is out of order.
Do not insert metal or alien substance into the slots for the modules or Smartcards. (where applicable) It may
cause damage to the product and reduce its life span.
4. To avoid damage of the hard disk drive (PVR only)
•
•
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Do not move the product or turn the power off suddenly while the hard disk drive is running.
The company shall not be liable for any corruption of data on the hard disk drive caused by carelessness or
misuse.
Appendix
English
Trouble Shooting
Before contacting your local service centre, please read the tips below carefully. If the problem persists
after completing the following procedure, please contact your local product distributor or service centre
for further instructions.
1. No message displayed on the front display. (The product will not switch on.)
•
•
•
•
Check the main power cable and make sure it is plugged into a suitable power outlet.
Check that the mains supply is switched on.
Connect the power cable to a different power outlet.
Check that the power switch is on at the rear of the product. (where applicable)
2. No picture
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure that the product is powered on and in operation mode. (Press the STANDBY button)
Make sure that the AV cable is firmly connected to the TV.
Make sure that the antenna cable is properly connected to the product.
Make sure that you have selected the correct AV Channel / Input on your TV set (refer to your TV user manual for
more information)
Be sure to activate channel search.
Check the brightness level of the TV.
Check if the channel is currently on air. Contact the broadcaster to ensure that the channel is running.
Press the SOURCE button if the product is in external input mode. (where applicable)
Satellite: Make sure that the antenna setting in the menu is correct.
3. Poor picture/sound quality
•
•
•
•
Install the antenna in an obstacle-free place.
Make sure there is no mobile phone or microwave oven near the product.
Keep the power and the antenna cables apart from each other.
Check the signal levels and adjust your antenna if the level is too low. The signal level may be affected by
weather conditions.
Note: If the antenna is covered with snow or the RF is weakened by heavy rain, the condition of the sound
and picture may temporarily be poor. However, the poor sound and picture quality due to weather
conditions cannot be accepted as a malfunction of product.
•
•
•
•
•
•
[Satellite] Check that your dish alignment is correct.
[Satellite] Change the satellite dish for a larger one as this will increase the signal levels received.
[Satellite] Replace the LNB with a lower noise factor in cases where the noise factor is too high.
[Satellite] Replace the LNB with a new one in case it is damaged or out of order.
[Terrestrial] Adjust the antenna direction to get a better picture.
[Terrestrial] Set the antenna power in menu to On, if you use the active antenna to improve the reception.
(where applicable)
4. No or poor sound
•
•
•
•
Check that your AV cable is connected correctly.
Check the volume levels of your TV set and the product.
Check if the product or TV is on mute.
Check audio type or soundtrack option in the AV menu. (where applicable)
5. Remote control does not operate.
•
•
•
•
To control the product, the top end of the remote control should point directly towards the receiving part of the
product.
Remove and reinsert the batteries in the remote control.
Replace the batteries in the remote control for a new set.
Set the remote control to STB or PVR mode, if you are using the universal remote control. (where applicable)
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6. Cannot make reservations.
•
Check that no previous reservations are conflicting with the new reservation.
7. No password information is given.
•
The default password is always 0000.
8. Channel search does not work.
•
•
•
Satellite: Make sure that the antenna setting in the menu is correct.
Terrestrial: Make sure that the antenna is connected correctly.
Terrestrial: Use the appropriate antenna capable of receiving VHF or UHF channels for your area.
9. Cannot update new software.
•
You can get an update. If the product does not show a message requesting update, this means no software is
available.
10. The product makes a humming noise. (PVR only)
•
The noise is from the fan; the hard disk is operating normally. This kind of noise is inevitable but seldom
noticeable.
11. Cannot record progammes. (PVR only)
•
•
•
The hard disk is full. Delete unnecessary programmes and make space for new recording.
Check if recording is overlapped with another channel. Stop the current recording or wait until the recording is
finished.
Check that the product is switched on when recording starts.
12. Cannot operate TSR (Time Shifted Recording). (PVR only)
•
•
TSR may not be available during recording. Wait until recording is finished.
Delete unnecessary programmes and make space for new recording.
13. Cannot playback. (PVR only)
•
•
To playback the recorded file of a scrambled channel, use the Smartcard. In case it has been a long time since
you last recorded, this may not work. Contact the product distributor.
The signal during recording may be weak or the hard disk too full.
14. Cannot change channels while recording. (PVR only)
•
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Certain channels may not be changed due to restriction of the tuner or connection type.
Appendix
English
Error Message
Error message
No or bad signal
[Satellite]
No or bad signal
[Cable]
No or bad signal
[Terrestrial]
The channel is
scrambled or not
available.
The audio is not
available.
Possible causes
What to do
The satellite dish is not pointing at the
satellite.
Adjust dish alignment.
Signal is too weak.
Increase the LNB voltage or connect a
signal amplifier.
Satellite dish is too small.
Change to a larger dish.
Problem with LNB.
Change the LNB.
Wrong antenna setting.
Set the antenna correctly.
The cable is not connected.
Make sure the cable is connected
correctly.
The cable may be damaged or
defective.
Exchange the cable.
The channel is not broadcasting.
Exchange the cable.
The aerial is not pointing properly.
Adjust aerial. Check the cable from
the aerial. If you cannot resolve the
problem, you may need to have your
aerial and installation tested by a
professional.
The channel has a signal, but no audio
or video.
Confirm if the channel is currently on
air.
The channel has been deleted by the
broadcasting company.
Check if the channel is currently on air
The channel is for data broadcasting.
Remove the channel from the channel
list and check for new transponder
details.
The channel has a video signal, but no
audio.
Press the audio button to confirm that
the channel has audio options.
No access
Make sure you are subscribed to the
channel.
No authorization.
If the product has been turned off for
a long time (standby or power off ),
please wait for authorization. It may
take up to 60 minutes.
No access
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Glossary
CVBS (Composite Video Baseband Signal)
A technology for transmitting video signals via a cable. Mixes luminance (brightness) and the chrominance (colour)
signals together.
DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control)
A DiSEqC compatible receiver relies on a switching box which detects the 22kHz tone pulsing rapidly on and off. In this
way, a specially designed receiver can control numerous LNBs through a DiSEqC switching box.
Dolby Digital
An encoding system that digitally compresses up to 5.1 discrete channels of audio (left front, centre, right front, left
surround, right surround) into a single Bitstream. A low frequency effect (LFE) channel is included providing the sound
needed for special effects.
DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting)
Set of standards that define digital broadcasts using satellite, cable or terrestrial systems.
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
An electronic equivalent to a printed television listings magazine; it is an application used with digital set-top boxes
and digital television sets to list current and scheduled programs that are or will be available on each channel, including
a short summary or commentary for each program. The information supplied in the EPG is sent and updated by the
channel broadcaster.
FEC (Forward Error Correction)
A technique for error control of data transmission.
Frequency
The property of a signal measured in cycles per second (=Hz).
FTA (Free- To-Air)
An unscrambled broadcaster allowing customers to view channels or services without paying any subscription.
HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
The primary computer storage medium, which is made of one or more aluminum or glass platters, coated with a
ferromagnetic material.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
An all-digital audio/video interface that supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus
multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel
digital audio.
Hi-Fi (High Fidelity)
The characteristics of audio devices that can play back all the audio frequencies a person can detect, which is the range
of 16Hz-20KHz. Sometimes it is used to indicate good quality of audio devices such as stereo tape recorders.
LNB (Low Noise Block)
A device that is mounted on an arm facing your satellite dish, focusing on satellite signals. A LNB converts signals
received from satellite to a lower frequency and sends them to a satellite receiver via coaxial cable.
NVOD (Near Video On Demand)
A technology that allows customers to view the start of popular programmes or films within a short period from the
time they make their selection. This is possible as the broadcaster sends multiple copies with staggered start times.
OSD (On Screen Display)
OSD displays the basic information necessary for the users to configure monitor or TV settings. OSD information may
include brightness, contrast, tuning, RGB adjustment, and screen size and position.
OTA (Over the Air)
A standard for the transmission of software for equipment, through a broadcast system. Manufacturers reserve the right
for deciding the release of the software for their products.
PID (Packet Identifier)
A set of numbers identifying stream packets contained within a single data stream.
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Polarisation
The direction of the electrical and magnetic fields of a signal. Satellites use both vertical and horizontal polarisation.
Means that a frequency can be used twice.
PVR (Personal Video Recorder)
Video recorder that can record and playback programmes directly using the embedded hard disk drive(s).
QPSK (Quaternary Phase Shift Keying)
Digital modulation technique in which the carrier phase can have one of four possible values.
RF (Radio Frequency)
Television signals are modulated onto RF signals and are then demodulated by your television’s or STB’s tuner.
RF Modulator
Enables you to output the receiver’s digital signals to a TVs RF (Aerial) input, allowing you to connect the receiver to a
TV set without a SCART connection.
RGB (Red – Green – Blue)
A technology for transmitting video signals via a cable. RGB is a system to represent red, green, and blue colours on a TV
or monitor display. Red, green, and blue can be combined in various proportions to obtain any colour.
RS-232C
A connection to allow you to connect to a PC to update receiver’s software.
SCART
A 21-pin connector standard to connect two pieces of Audio-Visual equipment such as a TV and a VCR. Each device will
have a 21-pin female connection; a cable with male connection at both ends is used for connecting the devices.
Smartcard
A credit card sized card that contains updateable chip memory. It is used for accessing Pay TV (encrypted) channel or
services when inserted into an appropriate receiver.
S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface format)
A standard format for the transfer of digital audio signals. It allows the transfer of digital audio between two devices
without any conversion to and from analogue, which could degrade the signal quality.
S-Video (Super-Video)
Sometimes referred to as Y/C video; a technology for transmitting video signals via a cable. It is a video signal
transmission in which the luminance (brightness) and the chrominance (colour) signals are transmitted separately to
achieve superior picture clarity.
Transponder
A satellite is divided up in parts called transponders. A transponder is one distribution section of the satellite. Each
transponder can be used for distribution of several channels or services.
Trick-Play
Pause, Fast Forward/Fast Rewind, Slow Motion, Instant Replay, Commercial Skip, Repeat A-B.
TSR (Time Shifted Recording)
A function that records the present programme temporarily to support trick-play.
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Remote Control Code List
1. Using the Universal Remote Control
1. Select the mode(PVR, TV, DVD, AUDIO) you want to set by pressing the corresponding button on the
remote control. The button will blink once.
2. Keep pressing the button for 3 seconds until the button lights on.
3. Enter the 3-digit code. Every time a number is entered, the button will blink. When the third digit is
entered, the button will blink twice.
4. If a valid 3-digit code is entered, the product will power off.
5. Press the OK button and the mode button will blink three times. The setup is complete.
6. If the product does not power off, repeat the instruction from 3 to 5.
Note:
• When no code is entered for one minute the universal setting mode will switch to normal mode.
• Try several setting codes and select the code that has the most functions.
Remote Control Function List
The keys on the remote control function as in the list below.
Note: Some keys may not function depending on the product.
Button
TV
DVD
AUDIO
STANDBY
POWER
POWER
POWER
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
1
DIGIT 1
1
INPUT 1
2
DIGIT 2
2
INPUT 2
3
DIGIT 3
3
INPUT 3
4
DIGIT 4
4
INPUT 4
5
DIGIT 5
5
INPUT 5
6
DIGIT 6
6
INPUT 6
7
DIGIT 7
7
INPUT 7
8
DIGIT 8
8
INPUT 8
9
DIGIT 9
9
INPUT 9
0
DIGIT 0, 11
0
INPUT 0
MENU
MENU
MENU/MODE
PVR
TV
DVD
AUDIO
TV Portal
MENU
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Button
TV
DVD
AUDIO
TEXT EXPAND
PLAY
PLAY
II
TEXT HOLD
PAUSE
PAUSE
PIP INPUT
STOP
STOP
PIP MOVE
RECORD, OPEN CLOSE
RECORD
PIP OFF
REWIND, SEARCH REVERSE;
SCAN
DVD SEARCH REW, CD
SEARCH REW, REW
PIP
FAST FORWARD, SEARCH
FORWARD; SCAN
FAST FORWARD, DVD
SEARCH REW, CD SEARCH
REW, REW
I
TEXT MIX
SKIP -, TRACK -, CHAPTER -
DVD SKIP -, CD SKIP -, SKIP -
I
TEXT OFF, TV
SKIP, TRACK +, CHAPTER +
DVD SKIP+, CD SKIP +,
SKIP +
RED
RED
RED
RED
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
BLUE
PROGRAMME
BLUE
GUIDE
GUIDE
GUIDE
DSP MODE
OK
OK
OK
OK
UP
UP
UP
UP
LEFT
LEFT
LEFT
LEFT
MEDIA
RIGHT
RIGHT
RIGHT
RIGHT
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
DOWN
EXIT
EXIT
EXIT, RETIRN
EXIT
BACK
LAST, RECALL;
PP; LAST CHANNEL
CLEAR
REPEAT
VOL+
VOL+
VOL+
VOL+
VOL-
VOL-
VOL-
VOL-
INFO, OSD; DISPLAY
INFO, OSD; DISPLAY
INFO
LIST
LIST
P+
P+
P+
P+
P-
P-
P-
P-
TEXT
TEXT
PVR MENU
SUB
SUBTITLE, LANGUAGE; CC
AUDIO, LANGUAGE
SURROUND
SUBTITLE
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Button
TV
DVD
AUDIO
TV/RADIO
TV/DTV ATV/DTV; D/A;
DTV/TV; DTV; DIGITIAL
HDD, DVD/HDD
BAND
OPT+
RANDOM
TEXT SUBPAGE
TEXT TIME
RANDOM
TEXT INDEX
TITLE
TEXT POSITION
TEXT CANCEL;
TEXT UPDATE
SLOW;
STEP
SOURCE, AV, 55INPUT;
TV/AV
SOURCE, TV/DVD, TV/DISK
SOURCE, FUNCTION
SLEEP
SLEEP
SLEEP
SLEEP
V-FORMAT
TEXT SIZE; TEXT EXPAND;
FTB
WIDE
WIDE, FORMAT, 16:9,
ASPECT; ZOOM
SOURCE
ZOOM
2. TV Code List
Brand
Code
A.R. Systems
102, 006, 080, 066
Accent
006
Acer
261, 278, 305
Acoustic Solutions
210, 312, 324, 370, 386, 428, 477
Acura
002
Akai
102, 006, 098, 144, 145, 111, 061,
043, 074, 148, 232, 280, 128, 122,
461, 109, 462, 489, 094, 084, 083,
065, 035, 034, 033, 028, 023, 011,
004, 002, 154, 321
Akiba
006, 036, 080, 045
Akito
006, 044
Akura
006, 144, 134, 204, 043, 036, 002,
026, 045, 071, 298, 327, 376, 451
ADL
224
Admiral
043, 014, 015, 023
Advent
192, 342
Adyson
034, 035
AEG
211, 256, 327, 489
Agashi
043, 034, 035
AlfaView
220
AGB
094
All-Tel
190, 238
Agef
014
Allorgan
032, 035
Aiko
006, 061, 043, 074, 002, 004, 011,
028, 034, 035, 065
Allstar
006
Amitech
131, 241
Amoi
315
Amplivision
064, 035, 049
Aim
006, 171
Airis
316, 413, 473
Aiwa
139, 141, 445
70
Alaron
034
Alba
006, 144, 134, 204, 087, 064, 036,
005, 108, 473, 455, 447, 388, 099,
084, 077, 072, 065, 059, 034, 023,
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Amstrad
English
006, 204, 043, 036, 074, 002, 023,
026, 062, 065, 071, 094, 128, 410,
436, 451
Anam
006, 002
Anam National
006, 129
Andersson
210, 211
Anglo
043, 002
Anitech
006, 043, 002, 045
Ansonic
006, 134, 064, 002, 017, 023, 042,
048 , 066, 070, 285
AOC
120, 266, 335
Apollo
083
Apro
420
Arc En Ciel
Baird
011, 012, 020, 033, 035, 054, 218
Bang & Olufsen
014
Barco
023
Basic Line
102, 006, 134, 204, 036, 080, 002,
023, 035, 045, 053, 066, 211
Bastide
035
Bauer
171, 344
Baur
006, 030, 061, 028, 056, 093, 096,
097, 101
Bazin
035
Beaumark
027
Beko
006, 144, 086, 145, 111, 064, 072,
172, 361, 405
020
Belson
138, 201, 215
Arcam
034, 035
Belstar
204
Ardem
006, 144
BenQ
223, 328, 329
Arena
006
Bensten
258, 436, 437
Aristona
102, 006
Beon
006, 072
ART
204
Berthen
134
Arthur Martin
023
Best
064
ASA
010, 014, 017, 018, 055
Bestar
006, 064, 066
Asberg
006
Bestar-Daewoo
066
Asora
002
Binatone
035
Asuka
043, 036, 034, 035, 045
Black Diamond
444, 204, 211
Atec
340, 387
Blackway
036, 045
Atlantic
006, 032, 034, 042, 049
Blaupunkt
030, 005, 080, 025, 028, 096, 101
Atori
002
Blue Media
340, 387
Auchan
023
Blue Sky
Audiosonic
006, 144, 086, 145, 043, 064, 036,
002, 020, 035, 066, 190, 250, 405,
473
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 145, 087,
036, 080, 091, 119, 045, 215, 229,
254, 265, 310, 361, 380, 445
Blue Star
045
Audioton
086, 043, 064, 035
BlueH
391
Audiovox
079
Boca
361
Aumark
009
Boman
256
Autovox
014, 032, 035, 056, 097
Boots
002, 035, 044
AVC
472
Bork
265
Avious
352
Bosch
049
Awa
111, 005, 019, 002, 003, 035, 079,
271
BPL
006, 033, 045, 202
Brandt
120, 144, 103, 020, 046, 052
Axxent
002
Baier
192
Brimax
380
Brinkmann
006, 134, 086, 072, 095
71
Appendix
Brionvega
006, 014, 062
CMS Hightec
Britannia
034, 035
Concorde
002
Brother
043
Condor
Bruns
014
006, 043, 064, 002, 034, 045, 049,
070, 072
BSR
023
Conia
179, 201, 298, 376
Conrac
172
Contec
006, 005, 002, 034
Continental Edison
087, 020, 046
Cosmel
006, 002
Crosley
014, 023
Crown
006, 144, 134, 204, 086, 145, 087,
111, 143, 064, 361, 135, 072, 071,
053, 033, 002
BTC
036
Bush
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 138, 087,
061, 043, 036, 005, 108, 376, 373,
370, 361, 355, 352, 327, 388, 430,
431, 432, 440, 448, 451, 473, 476,
477, 478, 002, 033, 035, 044, 045,
056, 059, 065, 066, 095, 133, 164,
210, 213, 229, 232, 250
Canton
036
035
Capsonic
043
Crown Mustang
135
Carad
134, 204, 113
CS Electronics
036, 034
Carena
006, 080
CTX
395
Carrefour
006, 005, 010
Curtis Mathes
009, 015, 021, 024, 079
Carver
025
Cybertron
036
Cascade
006, 002
Cytronix
246
Casio
006
D-Vision
102, 006, 451
Cat
373, 504
Daewoo
Cathay
006, 386
102, 006, 124, 444, 036, 441, 406,
341, 338, 271, 249, 195, 192, 190,
164, 133, 119, 091, 079, 066, 035,
034, 002
036, 034
CCE
006
cello
397, 410, 418, 419, 420
Dainichi
Centrum
204
Daitsu
237
Centurion
006
Dansai
006, 005, 002, 004, 033, 034, 035
Century
014
Dansette
071
CGE
064, 023, 072
Dantax
144, 204, 086, 145, 064, 361, 445,
450
Datsura
033
Dawa
006
Daytek
221, 269, 271
Dayton
002, 221, 269
Daytron
006, 002, 066
De Graaf
098, 007, 023, 033
Changhong
180
Chimei
475, 415
Cimline
036, 002
Cineral
079
Cinex
Citizen
128, 213, 327
009
City
002
Clarivox
006, 010, 072
Classic
091
Clatronic
006, 144, 043, 064, 036, 002, 035,
049, 065, 256
Clayton
204
CMS
034
72
DEC
258
Decca
006, 011, 035, 044, 094, 118
Dell
235, 278
Denko
043
Denon
021
Appendix
Denver
English
006, 108, 214, 256, 352, 410, 453,
473, 489
Desmet
006, 002, 014, 049
DGM
436
Diamant
006
Diamond
181
DiBoss
293
Digatron
006
Digihome
210, 370
Digiline
Elekta
043, 045
Element
376
Elfunk
204, 222
ELG
006
Elin
006, 098, 061, 002, 017, 056
Elite
006, 036, 049
Elta
043, 002
Emerson
006, 144, 134, 444, 086, 061, 064,
010, 014, 027, 045, 049, 065, 119
006, 134, 018
Emperor
045
Digimate
198
Envision
266
Digital Device
340
Epson
243, 184, 186
Digitek
310, 380
Erae
267
Digitrex
478
Erres
006
Digix Media
195
ESC
006, 035
Dixi
006, 002, 014, 035
Etron
002, 023
DL
199, 258
Eurofeel
043, 035
DMTech
260, 438, 449, 454, 456
Euroman
006, 043, 064, 034, 035
Domeos
134
Europa
006
Dream Vision
379
Europhon
006, 035, 094
DTS
002
Evesham
230, 340, 370, 382, 387
Dual
006, 204, 208, 035, 042, 054, 056,
095, 097, 164, 210, 219, 237, 468
Evesham Technology
387
Evolution
395
Dual Tec
035
Dumont
010, 011, 014, 017, 035
Durabrand
285, 361, 453
Dux
006
Dynatech
035
Dynatron
006
e-motion
380
E:max
256, 316
Easy Living
230, 326, 402
Ecco
ECE
Excors
467
Expert
023, 032, 042
Exquisit
006
FairTec
268
Fenner
002, 066
Ferguson
006, 120, 098, 103, 030, 204, 012,
020, 029, 046, 052, 054, 077, 292,
447, 476
Fidelity
006, 061, 043, 023, 026, 029, 034,
065, 071, 093, 097
162
Filsai
035
006
Finlandia
098, 061, 011, 023, 033, 055
Edison-Minerva
087
Finlux
Eiki
150
102, 006, 144, 145, 333, 327, 172,
122, 118, 094, 089, 084, 083, 070,
055, 035, 023, 018, 017, 014, 011,
010
Firstline
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 061, 341,
267, 265, 250, 215, 172, 119, 097,
070, 066, 056, 050, 035, 034, 033,
011, 002
Elba-Sharp
094
Elbe
102, 006, 113, 036, 028, 035, 042,
048, 062, 070, 075, 094, 099, 121
Elcit
014, 023, 094
73
Appendix
Fisher
061, 064, 005, 008, 011, 014, 017,
033, 035, 056, 097
Flint
006, 113, 043, 036, 080, 011
Force
210
Forgestone
029
Formenti
006, 014, 023, 034, 049
Formenti-Phoenix
034, 049
Fortress
014, 015
Fraba
006, 064
Friac
006, 113, 064, 002, 091
Frontech
043, 002, 023, 035
Fujimaro
190
Gorenje
064
GPM
036
Gradiente
006, 025, 207
Graetz
144, 087, 061, 023, 053, 065, 211
Gran Prix
128
Granada
006, 098, 103, 005, 019, 038, 011,
023, 033, 035, 053, 054, 060, 081,
083, 094, 008
Grandin
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 145, 113,
036, 080, 272, 270, 269, 246, 220,
215, 195, 190, 119, 066, 049, 045,
023, 002
Gronic
035
Grundig
102, 006, 030, 087, 142, 005, 108,
498, 476, 448, 447, 445, 430, 405,
370, 271, 267, 250, 225, 135, 121,
010, 101, 096, 028, 077
Fujitsu
002, 011, 032, 035, 042, 137, 173,
187
Fujitsu General
002, 032, 035, 137
Fujitsu Siemens
172, 211, 230, 246, 268, 369
Grunkel
211
Funai
144, 134, 043, 275, 336, 369, 407
H&B
172, 456
Galaxi
006
Haier
138, 344, 392, 339
Galaxis
006, 064
Halifax
043, 034, 035
Gateway
394
Hallmark
027
GBC
036, 002, 023, 066
Hampton
034, 035
GE
015, 027, 045, 052, 079, 150, 442
Hanimex
036, 443
GEC
006, 061, 011, 023, 035, 056, 094
Hanns.G
402
Geloso
002, 023, 066
Hannspree
262, 263, 264, 342, 401, 402, 463
General
020, 046, 082
Hanseatic
General Technic
002
102, 006, 120, 144, 124, 061, 064,
172, 133, 097, 095, 091, 067, 056,
049, 048, 045, 035, 014, 002
Genexxa
006, 036, 002, 023, 071
Hantarex
006, 002, 094, 190, 260, 289
Gericom
172, 190, 195, 220, 224, 246, 340,
388
Hantor
006
Go Video
009
Gold
397, 413, 484, 485
Goldfunk
134
GoldHand
034
GoldStar
006, 144, 145, 111, 061, 001, 007,
020, 023, 027, 034, 035, 047, 067
Gooding
087
Goodmans
102, 006, 120, 144, 103, 134, 124,
444, 204, 087, 043, 036, 005, 478,
211, 232, 477, 250, 476, 271, 445,
355, 370, 373, 440, 376, 382, 383,
386, 002, 004, 011, 035, 047, 052,
054, 065, 066, 084, 091, 094, 119,
121, 133, 172, 195, 210
74
Harsper
190
Harwa
162, 218, 238
Harwood
006, 087, 002, 071
Hauppauge
006
Havermy
015
HCM
006, 043, 036, 002, 035, 045, 071,
072
Hema
002, 035
Hemmermann
056, 097
Hifivox
020
Higashi
034
Highline
006, 043
Appendix
English
Hikona
036, 452
Ingersol
002
Hinari
006, 043, 036, 005, 002, 033, 059,
077, 443
Inno Hit
036, 002, 011, 035, 045, 047, 094,
211
Hisawa
144, 113, 036, 080, 045
Innovation
095
Hisense
102, 092, 165, 254, 265, 366, 491
Innowert
190, 246
Hit
014
Interbuy
006, 043, 002
Hitachi
006, 098, 124, 204, 208, 005, 019,
037, 146, 152, 153, 163, 169, 193,
197, 007, 206, 210, 217, 227, 295,
296, 330, 377, 399, 424, 483, 020,
021, 023, 027, 035, 054, 056, 060,
076, 081, 083, 084, 085, 089, 091,
094, 018, 106, 107, 011
Interfunk
006, 061, 014, 020, 023, 056, 093
Internal
102, 444, 119
Intervision
006, 086, 087, 043, 036, 080, 002,
035, 045, 067, 095
Irradio
006, 036, 002, 047, 065, 147
019
Isukai
006, 036, 080, 045
Hitsu
113, 036, 080, 002
ITC
035, 049
HMV
014
ITS
006, 043, 036, 034, 045, 065
Hoeher
144, 190, 211, 327
ITT
098, 113, 061, 023, 029, 033, 053
055, 056, 083, 084, 097
Home Electronics
111
ITT Nokia
Hornyphon
006
098, 113, 111, 061, 023, 033, 053
055, 056, 083, 084
Hoshai
036, 080, 045
ITV
006, 043, 066
Huanyu
034, 066
JDV
451
Hugoson
198, 224
Jean
005, 307, 308
Humax
505, 299, 506, 507, 245, 319, 322,
411, 433, 479
JEC
004
JMB
102, 124, 077, 091
JNC
378
Jocel
143
Jouge
284
Jubilee
102
JVC
111, 036, 005, 129, 130, 015, 029
065, 072, 137, 149, 207, 264, 362
408, 496
Kaisui
006, 036, 080, 002, 034, 035, 045
Kamp
034
Kapsch
061, 017, 023, 032, 042
Karcher
144, 113, 111, 043, 064, 045, 164,
327, 451
Hitachi Fujian
HYD
271
Hygashi
034, 035
Hyper
002, 034, 035
Hypersonic
061
Hypson
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 086, 145,
043, 080, 035, 045, 118
Hyundai
164, 190, 192, 241, 244, 271, 291,
317, 338, 340, 341, 439
Iberia
006
ICE
006, 043, 036, 034, 035, 065
ICeS
036, 034
iDEAL
327
Igo
226
Kathrein
102, 195
IISonic
271, 308, 342
Kawa
065
Iiyama
193, 198, 224
Kawasho
034
Imperial
006, 064, 056, 072, 121, 487
KB Aristocrat
023
Indiana
006
Kendo
InFocus
212, 220, 283
006, 204, 113, 064, 062, 067, 070,
095, 099, 128, 210, 285, 333
Ingelen
144, 113, 087, 023
Kennedy
023, 032, 075
75
Appendix
Kennex
204
Liesenk & Tter
Keymat
258, 300, 398, 436, 437
Liesenkotter
006
Kingsley
034
Lifetec
Kioto
142
006, 144, 134, 204, 208, 036, 002
066, 095, 137
Kiss
170
Kiton
006, 134
Kneissel
102, 006, 113, 064, 042, 048, 062
066, 070, 075, 091
Kobra
290
Kolster
006, 036, 056
Konig
006, 016
Konka
006, 144, 036, 065, 072, 126, 158,
201
006
Lloyd’s
002
Local India TV
002, 033, 109, 280
Lodos
204, 210
Loewe
006, 064, 014, 048, 093, 094, 123
131, 167, 414, 434
Logic
494
Logik
204, 001, 003, 029, 162, 195, 224,
292, 376, 464, 465, 466
Logix
134, 095
Luker
451
Luma
204, 002, 023, 032, 042, 062, 066,
070
Lumatron
006, 043, 012, 023, 032, 035, 042
Lux May
006, 002
Luxor
098, 204, 061, 023, 033, 035, 047,
055, 056, 060, 083, 084, 122, 211
Kontakt
087
Korpel
006
Korting
064, 014, 049
Kosmos
006
Kotron
071, 440
Koyoda
002
Kreisen
192, 293
LXI
022
035
M Electronic
006, 144, 124, 030, 061, 361, 133,
093, 089, 084, 070, 066, 056, 055,
054, 046, 035, 034, 023, 020, 018,
017, 002
KTV
Kuba
056
Kyoshu
071, 072
Kyoto
023, 034, 035
Madison
006
L&S Electronic
144, 172, 190
MAG
298, 376
LaSAT
086
Magnadyne
014, 023, 094, 097
293
Magnafon
012, 034, 094
Lavis
204
Magnavox
005, 003
Leader
002
Magnin
442
Lecson
006
Magnum
006, 144, 145, 128, 242
Lemair
070
Mandor
043
Lenco
006, 108, 017, 066, 352, 452
Manesth
006, 043, 004, 035, 049
Lenoir
002, 214
Manhattan
006, 134, 204, 164, 192, 237, 293
Lentec
316
Maqma
290, 340, 378, 404
Lexsor
218, 303
Marantz
102, 006, 071, 140, 277, 317
Leyco
006, 043, 011
Marelli
014
102, 006, 144, 145, 138, 061, 064,
248, 281, 354, 367, 368, 384, 396,
416, 417, 425, 426, 215, 209, 067,
047, 035, 034, 027, 023, 002, 001,
236, 257
Mark
006, 144, 145, 002, 034, 035, 066
Marks and Spencer
420
Lava
LG
76
Marquant
478
Mascom
327, 432
Appendix
English
Master’s
091
Morgan’s
Masuda
036
Motorola
015
Matsui
102, 006, 144, 030, 204, 087, 005,
080, 074, 153, 195, 097, 094, 369,
445, 077, 447, 065, 059, 056, 052,
044, 035, 033, 028, 011, 008, 004,
003, 002
MTC
064, 009, 034, 056, 093
Matsushita
129
Maxent
394, 160
Maxim
213, 327, 451
Medialine
220, 449
Mediator
102, 006
Medion
006
MTEC
044
MTlogic
144, 473
Multibroadcast
029
Multitec
006, 134, 204, 086, 327
Multitech
006, 086, 043, 064, 002, 034, 035
Murphy
017, 023, 034
Musikland
036
Mx Onda
298, 376
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 138, 208,
172, 195, 093, 040, 210, 213, 219,
230, 285, 327, 370, 440, 456
MyCom
271
Myrica
369
Megas
113
Myryad
102
Megatron
021, 027
NAD
006, 061, 190
MEI
204
Naiko
006, 111, 157, 451
Memorex
204, 002, 009, 027
Nakimura
006, 066
Memphis
002, 011
Narita
451
Mercury
006, 002
NAT
038
Metronic
120
National
038
Metz
006, 134, 030, 108, 014 ,028, 063
096, 101, 211, 318
NEC
005, 002, 003, 025, 035, 040, 049,
066, 140, 239, 379
MGA
027, 442
Neckermann
Micromaxx
006, 134, 204, 121, 172, 256, 456
102, 006, 064, 014, 028, 049, 056,
070, 072, 101
Microspot
343
NEI
006, 204, 065
Microstar
172
Neon
237, 389
Mikomi
204, 153, 210
Neovia
190, 192, 220, 260, 267, 268, 271,
273, 449, 454
Minato
006
Nesx
389
Minerva
030, 087, 019, 010, 028, 094, 096,
101
Netsat
006
Minoka
006, 071
NetTV
160
Mirai
369, 423, 482
Neufunk
102, 006, 144, 113, 036, 002
Mirror
440
New Tech
102, 006, 002, 035, 054
Mistral Electronics
029
New World
036
327
Nextier
338
Mitsubishi
102, 006, 204, 005, 019, 014, 015,
027, 093, 096, 191, 311
NFREN
170
Nicam
097
Mivar
034, 035, 047, 048, 094, 112
Nicamagic
034
Mogen
374, 410
Nikkai
Monaco
002
006, 043, 036, 005, 002, 004, 011,
034, 035
Nikkei
144
Mitsai
77
Appendix
Nikko
027
Nobliko
010, 034
Nogamatic
020
Nokia
098, 113, 111, 061, 023, 033, 049,
053, 055, 056, 066, 083, 084, 089,
122
Norcent
266, 335
Nordic
035
Nordmende
006, 144, 103, 030, 020, 046, 054,
242, 280, 499
Normerel
006
Northern Star
220
Novatronic
006, 018, 066
Novita
273
Oceanic
098, 061, 023, 033, 083
Odeon
043
Okano
Olidata
006, 043, 064, 002, 011
271
Omega
043
Onida
207, 226
Onimax
144
Onn
380, 465, 477, 495, 497, 500, 501
Onwa
036, 074, 065, 109
Onyx
380, 397
Otto Versand
102, 006, 030, 061, 005, 038, 028,
020, 035, 049, 054, 056, 015, 093,
096, 097, 101
Pacific
102, 144, 204, 208, 077, 256
Packard Bell
254, 293
Pael
034
Palladium
102, 006, 144, 064, 208, 035, 056,
028, 070, 072, 095, 101, 023, 121,
131 ,014
Palsonic
006, 138, 043, 001, 035, 072, 218,
238, 303
Panama
006, 043, 002, 034, 035
Panasonic
006, 098, 061, 129, 038, 023, 063,
094, 187, 251, 294, 353, 359, 279,
306
Panavision
006, 070
Pathe Cinema
023, 034, 048, 049
Pathe Marconi
020
Pausa
002
Penney
009, 022, 027, 442
Perdio
006, 011, 023, 034, 045, 049
Perfekt
006
Petters
006
Philco
006, 064, 014, 021, 072
Philex
029
Philharmonic
035
Philips
102, 006, 061, 459, 435, 429, 395,
310, 302, 297, 247, 125, 110, 101,
073, 066, 054, 029, 014, 002
Opera
006
Optimus
129, 024
Optoma
234, 346, 371
Orbit
006
Phocus
144, 242, 250, 361, 405
Orcom
300
Phoenix
006, 086, 064, 011, 014, 023, 034,
049
Orion
102, 006, 144, 204, 467, 458, 457,
456, 448, 445, 443, 385, 218, 195,
131, 097, 094, 077, 071, 059, 050,
049, 003
Phonola
102, 006, 014, 029, 034
Pilot
142
Pioneer
006, 086, 061, 064, 020, 023, 024,
046, 073, 093, 136, 159, 233, 277,
286, 381
Orline
006, 036
Ormond
134, 204
Orsowe
094
Pionier
086, 064, 327
Osaki
102, 006, 043, 036, 011, 035, 044,
059, 066, 071
Plantron
006, 043, 002
Playsonic
006, 144, 145, 035, 053, 361, 405
Osio
006, 047
Polaroid
298, 312, 355, 376, 383, 390, 240
Oso
036
Poppy
002
Osume
006, 036, 005, 011
Portland
066, 119
Otic
298, 376
78
Appendix
English
Powerpoint
006, 138, 087, 201
RBM
010
Prandoni-Prince
061, 094
RCA
120, 015, 442
Precision
035
RealiTV
237
Premier
199
Reality
237
Prima
043, 002, 071, 218, 238, 303
Recor
006
PrimeView
340
Rectiligne
006
Prinston
204, 145
Rediffusion
098, 061, 005, 055
Prinz
061, 011, 056, 097
Redstar
006
Profex
061, 002, 023
Reflex
006, 134, 204
Profi
002
Relisys
Profilo
327
190, 192, 193, 194, 220, 221, 271,
310, 333, 338, 341, 355, 390
Profitronic
006
Remotec
006, 015, 021, 026
Reoc
144
Proline
006, 120, 124, 204, 011, 050, 070,
118, 121, 271, 324, 386, 450
Revox
006
Prosco
002
Rex
043, 023, 032, 042, 070, 099
Prosonic
006, 144, 134, 064, 034, 035, 065,
066, 389, 403, 428, 437, 467, 486
RFT
006, 043, 011, 014
Roadstar
Protech
006, 134, 204, 086, 043, 002, 035,
045, 056, 072
006, 144, 134, 204, 145, 043, 036,
002, 045, 072, 214, 440
Proton
027
ProVision
102, 006, 144, 256
Proxima
150, 152
Pvision
192, 310, 456
Pye
102, 006, 014, 056, 066, 101
Pymi
QONIX
Robotron
014
Rolson
178, 267
Rover
193
Royal Lux
064, 052, 071
Saba
120, 098, 144, 103, 061, 014, 020,
023, 046, 052, 054, 090, 094, 335
002
Sagem
113, 080, 182, 253, 337
352
Saisho
043, 002, 003, 023, 035, 094, 097
Quadral
036
Saivod
006, 134, 204, 143, 211, 327, 451
Quasar
002, 190
Sakai
023
Quelle
006, 134, 030, 204, 061, 101, 097,
096, 093, 056, 028, 020, 017, 010,
003
Salora
098, 061, 023, 033, 047, 056, 060,
084, 094, 118, 122, 213, 219, 327
Salsa
052
Questa
005
R-Line
006
Radialva
036, 023
Radiola
102, 006, 035
Radiomarelli
006, 014, 094
RadioShack
006, 027
Radiotone
006, 134, 204, 043, 064, 002, 071,
072, 128
Rank
010
Rank Arena
005
Sambers
094
Sampo
394, 160
Samsung
102, 006, 043, 064, 108, 115, 231,
252, 276, 287, 332, 345, 350, 351,
372, 442, 474, 488, 490, 492, 228,
176, 175, 127, 095,047, 035, 034,
033, 027, 023, 011, 009, 002
Sandra
034, 035
Sansui
006, 142, 131, 148, 189, 267, 326
Santon
002
79
Appendix
Sanyo
204, 064, 005, 019, 442, 370, 363,
358, 357, 356, 222, 200, 150, 140,
097, 053, 048, 035, 034, 033, 025,
023, 017, 011, 008, 003, 002, 240
SBR
102, 006, 029
Schaub Lorenz
098, 144, 086, 111, 061, 056, 066,
215, 256, 267
Schneider
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 061, 208,
036, 451, 450, 293, 128, 097, 095,
065, 056, 054, 042, 035, 023, 010
Scotch
027
Scotland
023
Scott
214
Sears
022, 026, 027
Seaway
124
Seelver
204
SEG
Sinudyne
006, 061, 014, 023, 032, 056, 094,
097
Skantic
060
SKY
006, 195, 271, 300, 307, 308, 340,
341, 342, 343, 344, 391, 400, 421
SKY Brazil
195
Sliding
170, 190, 195, 256, 269, 270, 272
SLX
134
Smaragd
087
Soemtron
190, 246
Sogera
049
Sogo
271, 473
Solavox
006, 098, 061, 011, 023
Sonawa
036
Soniko
006
006, 134, 204, 087, 043, 036, 005,
285, 211, 210, 119, 062, 056, 035,
034, 002
Sonitron
064, 033, 035, 053
Sonix
271, 389
SEI
006, 014, 023, 032, 056, 094, 097
Sonneclair
006
Sei-Sinudyne
006, 014, 032, 094, 097
Sonoko
006, 043, 002, 035, 045
Seleco
023, 032, 042, 055, 062, 065, 070,
075, 099
Sonolor
098, 061, 023, 033, 045
Sontec
006, 064, 002
Semp
022
Sony
006, 301, 005, 446, 412, 393, 375,
360, 325, 255, 203, 185, 174, 058,
003
036, 066
Sencora
002
Sentra
004
Serino
113, 080, 015, 034
Sound & Vision
005, 130, 216, 015, 029, 088, 094,
177, 274, 334, 365, 409, 166, 288
Soundesign
027
Soundwave
006, 204, 145, 049, 072, 420
Shintoshi
006
Spectra
002
Shivaki
006, 077
Squareview
026
Siarem
014, 023, 094
Ssangyong
002
Siemens
006, 030, 028, 096, 101
Standard
Siera
102, 006
006, 204, 036, 002, 035, 049, 066,
380
Siesta
064
Starlite
006, 043, 002, 023
Silva
006, 061, 034, 128
Stenway
036, 045
Silva Schneider
006, 213, 327, 451
Stern
043, 023, 032, 042, 070, 099
108
Strato
006, 043, 002, 403
145, 061, 005
Strong
210, 211
SilverCrest
204
Stylandia
035
Singer
006, 074, 002, 014, 052, 075
SunBrite
284
162
Sungoo
470
Sunkai
113, 087, 036, 080, 050, 059, 190
Sharp
Silvano
Silver
Sinotec
80
Appendix
English
Sunstar
006, 043, 002, 065
Technotrend
316, 378
Sunstech
456
Techwood
204, 211
Sunwood
006
Teckton
271
Superla
034, 035, 094
Tecnimagen
102
SuperTech
102, 006, 036, 002, 034
Teco
205
Supra
002, 066
Tedelex
002, 035, 380
Susumu
036, 046, 052
Teiron
002
Sutron
002
Tek
168
SVA
108, 190
Teknika
009
Swedx
340
TELE System
192
Swissflex
481
Teleavia
046, 054
Swisstec
481, 480, 422, 421, 401, 400, 391,
344, 343, 342, 341, 340, 308, 307,
300, 271, 195, 190
Telecor
006, 036, 023, 035, 042
Telefunken
006, 120, 144, 103, 086, 320, 202,
105, 090, 082, 055, 054, 052, 046,
020, 016, 012, 348
Sydney
034, 035
Sylvania
026, 275, 427
Telefusion
006
Sysline
006
Telegazi
006, 043, 036, 023, 042
Sytong
034
Telemagic
150
Tactus
044
Telemeister
006, 049
Tandberg
061, 020, 063
Telesonic
006
Tandy
036, 011, 015, 023, 035
Telestar
102, 006
Targa
237, 267
Teletech
006, 134, 204, 002
Tashiko
005, 023, 025, 034, 035
Teleton
005, 032, 035, 042, 056
Tatung
006, 003, 011, 035, 044, 094, 118,
215, 230, 256, 267, 326, 327, 382,
383, 395
Televideon
023, 034, 049
Teleview
006
Tempest
002
TCL
142, 321
TCM
144, 172, 242, 456
Tennessee
006
Tensai
006, 204, 145, 036, 002, 017, 018,
035, 049, 065, 066, 067
Tenson
002, 049
Tevion
102, 006, 144, 134, 204, 208, 468,
405, 403, 376, 355, 327, 298, 246,
242, 232, 230, 172, 128
036, 002, 034, 035, 066
Teac
006, 144, 134, 138, 143, 043, 080,
002, 025, 026, 027, 056, 093
Tec
006, 002, 035, 042, 052, 082
Tech Line
006, 134, 211, 285
Tech Lux
214
Techica
036
Texet
Technema
049
Texla
165
Technica
118, 451
Thes
467, 469, 471
Technics
102, 129
Thomson
Technika
422, 428, 465, 468, 480, 493
006, 120, 103, 020, 046, 052, 054,
056, 082, 335
TechniSat
102, 131, 237
Thorn
Technisson
144, 242, 361
006, 061, 005, 100, 096, 093, 091,
054, 052, 044, 029, 020, 017, 012,
011, 004
Technosonic
102, 120, 091, 195, 256, 258, 436,
437, 451, 468
Thorn-Ferguson
012, 029, 052, 054, 091
81
Appendix
Time
378, 454, 455
Univox
006, 014, 023
Tiny
238
V2max
190
TMK
027
V7 Videoseven
195, 224, 237, 271, 369, 394
Tobishi
310
Venturer
324, 386, 428
Tokai
006, 134, 204, 002, 011, 023, 035,
066
Vestel
006, 134, 204, 035, 211, 333, 370
Vexa
006, 002
Vibrant
044
Victor
005
Videocon
092
Videologic
036, 034
Videologique
036, 034, 035
VideoSystem
006
Videotechnic
034, 035, 049, 066
Videoton
023, 060
Vidikron
150, 277
Vidtech
027
Tokaido
204
Tokyo
004, 034
Tomashi
036, 045
Topline
134, 204
Toshiba
030, 204, 005, 115, 129, 092, 447,
364, 313, 304, 242, 212, 211, 183,
100, 039, 022, 020, 010, 009, 004,
236, 257
Tosumi
451
Towada
035, 056
Toyoda
002
Trakton
043
TRANS-continents
102, 006, 134, 204, 035, 118, 190,
269, 272
Transonic
006, 108, 002
Transtec
034
Trident
035, 094
Trio
298, 376
Tristar
043, 036, 029
Triumph
102, 006, 055, 094
Tsoschi
045
TVTEXT 95
102
TWF
432
Uher
006, 086, 064, 032, 042, 049, 066,
072, 084
Ultravox
006, 014, 023 034, 066
UMC
308, 340, 343, 391, 400, 422, 480,
481, 493
Unic Line
006, 080, 083
United
006, 144, 204, 145, 108, 397, 445,
451
Universal
Universum
82
Viewpia
192
Viewsonic
307, 308, 323, 335, 349, 391, 394,
259, 331
Visiola
034
Vision
006, 035, 049
Vistar
032
Vistron
265, 460
Vivax
250, 258
Vivid
250
Vortec
006
Voxson
006, 014, 023, 072
Waltham
006, 134, 204, 020, 035, 060, 072,
077
Wards
009, 022, 024, 027
Watson
006, 144, 134, 204, 036, 002, 023,
049, 095, 271, 285
Watt Radio
023, 034, 056, 097
Wega
006, 005, 014
Wegavox
002
006
Welltech
014
006, 134, 030, 204, 061, 043, 064,
005, 115, 070, 072, 083, 084, 089,
093, 096, 097, 101, 122, 172, 211,
285, 062, 056, 055, 047, 035, 025,
020, 018, 017, 010, 003, 002
Weltblick
035, 049
Weltstar
204
Westinghouse
189
Wharfedale
102, 006, 095, 189, 256, 327, 370,
452, 453, 477, 502
Appendix
English
White Westinghouse
006, 034, 049, 119
Goodmans
Wilson
102
Grandin
119
Windsor
134, 204
Grundig
102, 006, 030, 101, 445
Windstar
045
Hanimex
443
Windy Sam
102
Hinari
005, 443
World-of-Vision
190, 193, 195, 198, 224, 242, 246,
340, 389
Internal
444, 119
Irradio
147
X-View
215
LG
027
Xenius
124, 133
Magnin
442
XLogic
188
Matsui
445
Xomax
397
Xoro
218, 224, 229, 303, 404, 503
Xrypton
006
Yakumo
342
Yalos
398
Yamaha
169, 314, 330, 184
Yamishi
006, 036, 080, 035, 045
Yokan
006
Yoko
006, 043, 064, 036, 002, 034, 035,
053
Yorx
036
Ytawai
316
Zanussi
032, 035
Zenith
119, 236
Zenor
053
TV/VCR Combo
Aiwa
Amstrad
445
026
Beko
086
Black Diamond
444
Blue Sky
119, 445
Daewoo
444, 119
Dantax
445
Emerson
444, 119
Ferguson
120, 012
Fidelity
026
Finlux
Firstline
017
119
GE
015, 442
GoldStar
006
444, 066, 119, 445
MGA
442
Mitsubishi
102, 015
Orion
443, 445
Penney
442
Philips
102, 006
Portland
119
Radiola
102
RCA
015, 442
Saba
120
Samsung
442
Sanyo
442
Schneider
102, 006
SEG
119
Sharp
015
Siemens
006
Sony
301, 446
Teac
026
Technics
102
Thomson
120
United
445
Universum
018
White Westinghouse
119
TV/VCR/DVD Combo
Bush
448
Ferguson
447
Grundig
448
Matsui
447
Orion
448
83
Appendix
3. DVD Code List
Brand
Code
Belson
136, 181
3D LAB
038
Belsonic
136
4Kus
106
Berthen
156
A-Trend
063
Binatone
181
Acoustic Solutions
066, 062, 114, 193, 208
Biostek
148
AEG
073, 077, 058, 075, 113, 181
Black Diamond
062
AFK
105, 181
Blu:sens
113, 117
Airis
057, 081, 109, 117, 216
Blue Nova International
117
Aiwa
036, 115
Blue Sky
059, 077, 057, 062, 086
Akai
077, 075, 093, 100, 113, 162, 212
BlueTinum
136
Akira
149
Boghe
094
Akura
093, 103, 113, 136
Boman
093
Alba
038, 059, 066, 057, 062, 064, 103,
140, 162, 185, 216
Bose
189
Brainwave
073, 100
Brandt
033, 039
Alize
104
Altacom
109
Amitech
073, 013, 087
Amstrad
073, 077, 062, 104, 136
Amuseer
120
AMW
091
Cambridge Audio
070
Ansonic
082, 071, 120, 136
Cat
076, 181
Apex Digital
057, 094, 116, 134
CCE
066
Arena
100
cello
164, 198, 205
038, 052, 214
Centrum
058, 062, 076, 110, 181, 185
181
CGV
070, 100
Asono
109
Chili
135, 136
Atacom
109
Cinea
085
Audiola
149, 224
Cinetec
062, 091
Audiosonic
181, 216
CJ Digital
156, 204
Audix
062
Classic
066, 164
062
Clatronic
057, 058, 075, 113, 181
Auvio
086
Clayton
062
Axion
066
CMX
156
Basic Line
062, 185
Coby
066, 120
Baze
093
Codex
113
BBK
109
Commax
117, 135
094
Compacks
081, 211
081
Contel
075
Continental Edison
082, 091
Aristona
ASCOMTEC
Autovox
Bellagio
Bellwood
84
Broksonic
059
Bush
066, 082, 057, 062, 064, 065, 103,
120, 127, 129, 140, 162, 172, 216,
217
Appendix
English
Crown
073, 062, 100
ECC
066
Cybercom
082
Eclipse
065, 070
CyberHome
063
Elfunk
062, 087
Cytron
061, 119
Elin
073
D-Vision
100
Ellion
013, 087
Daenyx
091
Elta
Daewoo
073, 018, 061, 063, 083, 091, 129,
130, 159
073, 057, 075, 087, 100, 104, 113,
161, 204
Eltax
113, 117, 149
Dalton
097
Emerson
043, 061
Dansai
073, 100, 162
Enterprise
043
Dantax
038, 077, 062, 065, 122
EuroLine
058, 075, 100, 113, 120, 131, 156
Daytek
091
F&U
203
Dayton
091,106
Ferguson
059, 062, 093, 162, 164
DCE
082
Finlux
067, 043, 073, 057, 070
Decca
073, 100
Fintec
140
Denon
032, 049, 151
Firstline
062, 086, 090, 140
Denver
057, 075, 093, 117, 128, 136, 148,
181, 216
Fisher
056
Funai
059, 058
Gateway
106
GE
064
Global Link
109
Global Solutions
072
Global Sphere
105
Go Video
090
Denzel
055
Desay
086
Dgtec
057
Difrnce
211
Digihome
062
DigiLogic
062, 159
Digitech
172
Digitek
013
Digitrex
217
Digix Media
081
DiK
Gold
198
GoldStar
067, 043
Goodmans
066, 077, 062, 065, 094, 103, 105,
116, 140, 164, 181, 217
082
GoWell
156
Dinamic
075
GPX
067
Disney
082
Graetz
055
DiViDo
061
Gran Prix
082, 093
DK Digital
082, 116
Grandin
062, 113, 116, 204
Dragon
082
Greenhill
064
DreamX
104
Grundig
DSE
164
038, 039, 059, 077, 056, 061,
062,094, 097, 129, 156, 162, 164,
172
Dual
066, 082, 077, 055, 062, 129, 140
Grunkel
073, 082, 077, 136
Durabrand
082, 058, 062, 128, 140, 159
E:max
026, 113, 117, 156, 161
eBench
105
GVG
073
H&B
013, 062, 085, 087, 113, 204
85
Appendix
Hanseatic
067, 077
KXD
088, 117, 135, 181
Harman/Kardon
060, 111, 135
Lawson
072
Harwa
211
Leiker
091
HCM
075
Lenco
073, 062, 124
HDT
061
Lexia
072
HE
066, 181
LG
067, 043, 077, 090, 143, 179, 186
Henss
062
Lifetec
082, 119
Hikona
124
Limit
072
HiMAX
086
LiteOn
106, 126, 157, 165
Hitachi
042, 054, 062, 185
LM
156
Hiteker
057, 181
Lodos
062
Hoeher
082 ,062, 081, 094, 109, 140
Loewe
038, 067
Home Electronics
073, 066
Logic
222
Home Tech Industries
109, 156, 181
Logik
062
HotMedia
105
Logix
061
Humax
052, 225
Lumatron
HYD
113
067, 059, 061, 062, 100, 117, 172,
215
Hyundai
087
Lunatron
067
Luxman
042
Luxor
062, 064, 094, 162, 164
Ingelen
075
Inno Hit
062
International
159
Irradio
090, 100, 109, 113
ISP
059
it’s
064
Jamo
097
Jaton
055
JDB
066
JGC
140
JMB
059
JVC
045, 038, 033, 107, 147, 176
Kansas Technologies
113, 140
Kazuki
136
Kendo
082, 057, 062
Kennex
073, 062, 093
Kenwood
032, 037
KeyPlug
156
Kiiro
073
King Vision
136, 156
Kiss
055, 085
86
Magnat
181
Magnavox
038, 033, 052, 058, 062, 103
Magnex
065
Magnum
129
Majestic
149, 224
Manhattan
061, 062
Manta
136
Marantz
038
Mark
062
Marquant
073, 217
Matsui
059, 057, 062, 094, 162, 164
Maxim
062, 091, 114
MBO
066, 164
MDS
062
Mecotek
073
Mediencom
070
Medion
067, 082, 119, 157
MEI
077
Memorex
082
Appendix
English
Metz
041, 035, 062, 185
Oopla
106
MiCO
065, 070, 116
Opera
215
Micromaxx
059, 162
Optim
086
Micromedia
038, 033
Optimus
035
Micromega
038
Orbit
091, 156
Microsoft
163, 194
Orion
059, 062, 113, 127, 162
Microstar
082
Ormond
062
Minax
062
Pacific
082, 072, 077, 062, 071
Minoka
073, 100
Packard Bell
082, 117, 158
Mitsubishi
062
Palladium
059, 062, 179
MixSonic
101
Panasonic
032, 146, 155, 173, 178, 180
Mizuda
073
Panda
076, 135
Monyka
055
peeKTon
093, 109
MPX
086
Philips
MTlogic
216
038, 033, 052, 058, 106, 118, 121,
137, 167, 170, 191, 192, 195, 196,
210, 209
Mustek
066, 148, 164
Pioneer
Muvid
136, 156, 204
041, 035, 016, 048, 133, 141, 145,
175, 183, 220
Mx Onda
070, 116
PJ
181
Myryad
116
Play It
156
Mystral
082
Plu2
087
NAD
067
Polaroid
134
Naiko
073, 094
Powerpoint
091
Neom
136, 156
Prinz
082
Neon
013
Prism
082, 061
Neufunk
055
ProCaster
094, 200
Nevir
073, 082, 057
Proline
057, 094, 122, 165, 193
Nexius
077
Proson
062
Next Base
160
Prosonic
130, 208
NFREN
081
ProVision
066, 117, 136, 181
Nikkai
181
Pye
038, 052
Nikkei
116
QONIX
077
Norcent
181
Quartek
158
Nordmende
082
Radionette
067, 090, 179
Nortek
204
Radiotone
062
Oasis-Media
148
Raite
055
Olidata
057
RCA
168
Onkyo
033, 046, 169
REC
032
Onn
223
Redstar
073, 071, 075, 093, 125, 181
Onyx
198
Relisys
119
87
Appendix
Reoc
072, 092
SKY
013
Revoy
085
Skymaster
066, 072
Richmond
113
Skyworth
093
Roadstar
066, 057, 062, 093, 110, 172
Sliding
100
Ronin
091
SM Electronic
066, 072, 105
Rotel
045
Smart
061, 062
Rowa
064
Sogo
136, 203, 216
Rownsonic
076
Sontech
131
Saba
039, 204
Sony
Saivod
082, 071
036, 089, 096, 098, 139, 142, 150,
171, 177, 184, 188, 190, 201, 202
Salora
067
Sound Color
113
Sampo
117
Soundmaster
072
Soundwave
062, 140
Samsung
032, 042, 017, 022, 069, 099, 152,
166, 182, 197, 199, 219, 080
Standard
082, 072, 075, 093
Sansui
059, 013, 070
Star Clusters
105, 110
Sanyo
056, 062
Starmedia
109
Scan
061, 087
Stein
148
ScanMagic
066, 164
Strato
105, 123
ScanSonic
162
Strong
062
Schaub Lorenz
073, 075, 100, 104, 156
Sunkai
073, 087
Schneider
038, 082, 052, 077, 061, 062, 075,
090, 110, 122, 214
Sunstar
001
Sunstech
082, 148, 149
Schoentech
062
Scientific Labs
072
Scott
057, 097, 113, 125, 181
Seeltech
109, 156
SEG
055, 062, 091, 140, 185, 215
Shanghai
057
Sharp
058, 062, 090, 127
Sherwood
067, 064
Shinco
064
Siemssen
123
Sigmatek
109, 200
Siltex
109
Silva
075, 093
Silva Schneider
067, 082, 090, 093
SilverCrest
014, 015, 105
Sinudyne
116
Sistemas
057
Skantic
038, 062
88
Suntronic
001
Sunwood
075, 093
Supervision
072, 105
Supratech
203, 213
SVA
057
Swisstec
206, 218
Sylvania
058, 207
Symphonic
058
Synn
072
Syscom
081
Sytech
148, 200
Tamashi
125
Tandberg
062, 162, 185
Tangent
117
Targa
110, 157, 179
Tatung
073, 162
Tchibo
067
Appendix
English
TCM
067, 077
Walkvision
064
Teac
067, 072, 061, 064, 071, 110
Waltham
062, 140
Tec
093
Welkin
082
Technica
162
Wellington
062
Technics
032, 178
Weltstar
062
Technika
073, 082, 100, 140, 162, 206, 208,
218, 221
Wharfedale
077, 062, 070, 100, 124, 172
Wilson
082, 113
Technisson
100
Windsor
062
Technosonic
100
Windy Sam
042
Techwood
062, 140, 185
Telefunken
039
Teletech
072, 062
Tensai
073
Tevion
093, 097, 110, 123, 131, 164, 181,
215
Textorm
136
Theta Digital
041
Thomson
039, 116, 160, 168
Time
013
Tokai
077, 055, 075, 093, 113
Tom-Tec
076, 148
Top Suxess
109
Wintel
101
Woxter
104, 109
Xbox
163, 194
Xenius
077
Xomax
198
Xoro
108, 226
Yakumo
094
Yamada
091, 094, 104, 106, 126, 135, 136
Yamaha
032 ,038, 052, 079
Yamakawa
055, 091, 215
Yukai
066, 164
Zenith
033, 043
TV/DVD Combo
Toshiba
033, 059, 132, 138, 153, 154, 169,
187
Acoustic Solutions
193, 208
TRANS-continents
082, 081, 091, 113, 117
Airis
216
Tredex
086
Akai
212
Trevi
082
Alba
216
TSM
109
Audiosonic
216
TVE
062
Bush
062, 216, 217
Umax
104
cello
198, 205
UMC
206, 218, 221
Dantax
122
United
059, 066, 058, 062, 075, 081, 100,
105, 113, 120, 131, 156, 172, 198
Denver
128, 216
Digitrex
217
Universum
067, 043, 077, 062, 090, 110, 140
Gold
198
Vecatech
136
Hikona
124
Venturer
077, 169, 193, 208
Logic
222
Vestel
062, 140, 185
Marquant
217
Vieta
061
MTlogic
216
Voxson
066, 082
Onn
223
Waitec
066, 104, 109, 113
Onyx
198
89
Appendix
Philips
210
Technika
Proline
193
UMC
208, 221
221
Prosonic
208
Venturer
193, 208
Sliding
100
Sogo
216
Ferguson
059
Swisstec
218
Matsui
059
TV/VCR/DVD Combo
4. VCR Code List
Brand
Code
Bell & Howell
011
Accent
009
Bestar
021
Adventura
001
Black Diamond
051
Adyson
009
Black Panther
021
Aiwa
003, 028, 001, 029, 002, 068, 102
Blaupunkt
010, 019
Akai
028, 029, 023, 012, 020
Blue Sky
Akiba
009
021, 003, 028, 051, 009, 029, 031,
068, 102
Akura
009
Bondstec
009
Alba
010, 021, 028, 001, 009, 029, 023
Brandt
024, 025
Allorgan
020
Brinkmann
028
Allstar
010
Bush
010, 021, 028, 001, 051, 009, 029,
023, 068
Calix
003
Carena
010
Carrefour
006
Carver
010
Casio
001
America Action
021
Amstrad
021, 001, 009
Anam
021, 003, 019, 020
Anam National
019
Anitech
009
Ansonic
001
Aristona
010
ASA
010, 003
Asha
020
Asuka
010, 003, 001, 009
Audiolab
010
Audiosonic
021
Audiovox
003
AVP
001, 029
Awa
003, 024, 005
Baird
021, 001, 011, 012
Basic Line
021, 009, 011
Beaumark
020
Beko
011
90
Cathay
021
CCE
021, 009
Centrum
044
CGE
001
Cimline
009
Cineral
021
Citizen
021, 003
Clatronic
001, 009
Colt
009
Combitech
029
Condor
021
Craig
003, 009, 020
Crown
021, 003, 009, 031
Appendix
English
Cybernex
020
GEC
010
Cyrus
010
General Technic
028
Daewoo
021, 050, 051, 029, 006
Genexxa
011
Dansai
021, 009
Go Video
030, 102
Dantax
029, 068
GoldHand
009
Daytron
021
GoldStar
003, 001, 031, 102
De Graaf
010, 011, 007, 004
Goodmans
Decca
010, 001, 029, 008
010, 021, 050, 003, 028, 001, 051,
009, 029, 020, 068
Deitron
021
GPX
003
Gradiente
001
Graetz
011, 020
Granada
010, 003, 001, 011, 007, 004, 019,
020
Grandin
021, 003, 001, 009, 068
Grundig
010, 028, 009, 024, 029, 019, 068
Denko
009
Denon
004
Diamant
003
Dual
010, 021, 028, 001
Dumont
010, 001, 011
Durabrand
051, 044
Elbe
021
Elcatech
009
Electrophonic
003
Elin
020
Elsay
009
Elta
021, 009
Emerex
002
Emerson
021, 050, 003, 001, 009, 006, 005
ESC
021, 020
Ferguson
021, 028, 001, 024, 025, 068
Fidelity
001, 009, 029, 030, 020
Finlandia
010, 003, 001, 011, 007, 005, 004,
012, 019
Finlux
010, 001, 011, 004
Firstline
021, 003, 028, 009, 006, 005, 004,
031, 102
Fisher
011
Flint
028
Frontech
009
Fujitsu
001
Funai
001, 044
Galaxi
001
Galaxis
Garrard
GE
021
001
007, 020
Hanimex
029
Hanseatic
010, 003
Harley Davidson
001
Harwood
009
HCM
009
Hinari
021, 009, 029, 020
Hisawa
029
Hischito
006
Hitachi
010, 001, 004, 020, 044
Hoeher
021, 051
Hornyphon
010
Hughes Network
Systems
004
Hypson
021, 003, 001, 009, 029, 031
Imperial
001
Ingersol
020
Inno Hit
009
Interbuy
003, 009
Interfunk
010, 011
Internal
021, 050
International
021, 003, 051
Intervision
021, 003, 028, 001
Irradio
010, 003, 009, 102
ITT
011, 012, 020
ITV
021, 003
91
Appendix
JBL
021
Medion
028, 051, 029
JMB
028, 029, 068
Memorex
003, 028, 001, 011, 007, 020
Joyce
001
Memphis
009
JVC
008
Metronic
010
Kaisui
009
Metz
010, 144, 003, 019, 084
Karcher
010, 021, 051
MGA
005, 020
KEC
021, 003
MGN Technology
020
Kendo
021, 003, 028, 051, 009, 023, 012
Micormay
028
Kenwood
008
Migros
001
KLH
009
Minolta
004
Kneissel
021, 003, 028, 029
Mitsubishi
010, 051, 008, 007, 005, 031
Kodak
003
Motorola
007
Korpel
009
MTC
001, 020
Kyoto
009
Multitec
003
Lenco
021
Multitech
001, 009
Leyco
009
Murphy
001
LG
021, 003, 001, 031, 102
Myryad
010
Lifetec
028
NAD
011
Lloyd’s
001
Naiko
028, 051
Loewe
010, 144, 003
National
019
Logik
009, 012, 020
NEC
003, 011, 008
Lumatron
044, 102
Neckermann
010
Lunatron
102
Nesco
001, 009
Lux May
009
Neufunk
102
Luxor
009, 011, 007, 005, 023, 012
Nikkai
021, 009
LXI
003
Nikko
003
M Electronic
003, 001
Noblex
020
Magnasonic
021, 044
Nokia
Magnavox
010, 001
010, 021, 011, 007, 004, 023, 012,
020
Magnin
020
Nordmende
051, 024, 008, 025
Oceanic
010, 001, 024, 011 ,007, 012
Okano
021, 028, 009, 023
Olympus
019
Magnum
051
Manesth
010, 009, 006
Marantz
010
Mark
021, 001
Mascom
051
Mastec
051
Master’s
021
Matsui
003, 028, 029, 020, 068
Mediator
010
92
Onimax
051
Optimus
007, 030, 044
Orbit
009
Orion
028, 029, 068
Orson
001
Osaki
003, 001, 009
Appendix
English
Osume
009
Royal
009
Otto Versand
010
Saba
021, 024, 025
Pace
029
Saisho
028
Pacific
028, 001, 051, 068
Salora
011, 005, 012
Palladium
003, 028, 009
Samsung
006, 030, 020, 068
Palsonic
001, 009
Sanky
007
Panasonic
144, 019, 084
Sansei
007
Pathe Cinema
005
Sansui
001, 009, 008, 012
Penney
003, 004, 020
Sanyo
011, 008, 007, 020
Pentax
004
Saville
021, 029, 020
Perdio
001
SBR
010
Philco
009
ScanSonic
020
Philips
010, 044
Schaub Lorenz
028, 001, 011, 023, 012
Phoenix
021
Schneider
Phonola
010
010, 021, 003, 028, 001, 051, 009,
029, 004, 020, 102
Pilot
003
Scott
005, 044
Pioneer
010, 008, 004
Sears
003, 001, 011, 004
Portland
021, 050
Prinz
001
Profitronic
010, 020
Proline
021, 001, 051, 024, 025
Prosco
021
Prosonic
021
Protech
ProVision
010, 009
021
Pye
010
Quasar
021
Quelle
010
Radialva
010, 003, 009, 007
Radiola
010
Radionette
003, 102
RadioShack
003, 001
Radix
003
Randex
003
RCA
024, 007, 004, 020
Realistic
003, 001, 011, 007
Reoc
028
RFT
009
Roadstar
010, 021, 003, 009, 020, 068
Seaway
021
SEG
010, 021, 050, 051, 009, 020, 044
SEI
010
Sei-Sinudyne
010
Seleco
003
Semp
006
Sentra
009
Setron
009
Sharp
007, 040, 102
Shintom
009, 011
Shivaki
003
Shogun
020
Siemens
010, 003, 024, 011
Siera
010
Silva
003
Silva Schneider
102
Silver
021
SilverCrest
051
Singer
009, 006
Sinudyne
010, 029
Smaragd
028
Sonneclair
009
93
Appendix
Sonolor
007
Topline
028
Sontec
021, 003
Toshiba
010, 029, 006, 005, 030, 068
Sony
001, 002, 012, 095, 112
Totevision
003, 020
Soundwave
003, 028
Towada
009
Ssangyong
009
Tradex
010
Standard
021
Uher
020
Stern
021
Ultravox
021
Sunkai
021, 028
Unitech
020
Sunstar
011
United
028, 068
Suntronic
011
Universum
Sunwood
009
010, 003, 028, 001, 011, 012, 020,
102
Supra
003
Vector
006
Sylvania
010, 001, 005
Victor
008
Symphonic
001, 044
Video Concepts
006
Tandberg
021
Video Technic
001
Tandy
001, 011
Videomagic
003
Tashiko
010, 003, 001, 007, 020
Videosonic
020
Tatung
010, 028, 001, 029, 007, 005
Villain
001
Tchibo
028
Wards
010, 001, 009, 006, 007, 004, 020
TCM
028
Watson
010, 051, 029
Teac
003, 001, 051
Weltblick
003
Tec
009
Wharfedale
044
Tech Line
009
White Westinghouse
021, 009
Technics
010, 019
World
028
TechniSat
028
XR-1000
001, 009
Technosonic
029
Yamishi
021, 009
Teknika
003, 001
Telefunken
021, 024, 025
Telerent
019
Teletech
021, 001, 009
Tenosal
009
Tensai
021, 003, 001, 009
Tevion
028, 051
Texet
021
Thomas
001
Thomson
021, 024, 008, 025
Thorn
003, 011
TMK
020
Tokai
003, 009, 011
94
Yokan
009
Yoko
003, 009, 020
Zenith
050, 001
ZX
028, 029
TV/VCR Combo
Aiwa
001, 029, 068, 102
Alba
029
Amstrad
001
Beko
011
Bestar
021
Blue Sky
021, 029, 068
Bush
029, 068
Appendix
English
Citizen
021
Portland
050
Colt
009
Radiola
010
Daewoo
021, 050
RCA
007, 020
Dantax
029, 068
Saba
024
Emerson
021, 050
Samsung
030, 020, 068
Ferguson
021, 001, 025, 068
Sansui
001
Fidelity
001
Sanyo
020
Firstline
021
Saville
029
Funai
001
Schneider
010, 001
GE
007, 020
Sears
003, 001
GoldStar
003, 031
SEG
050
Goodmans
021, 050, 029, 068
Sharp
007
Grandin
021, 068
Siemens
010
Grundig
010, 029, 068
Sinudyne
029
Hanimex
029
Sony
001, 002, 112
Harley Davidson
001
Sylvania
010
Hinari
029
Symphonic
001
Hitachi
001
Tatung
029
Hypson
003
Teac
001
Internal
021, 050
Technics
010
JBL
021
Technosonic
029
JMB
029
Telefunken
021
Kneissel
021, 029
Thomas
001
LG
003, 031
Thomson
021, 025
Lloyd’s
001
Toshiba
029, 030, 068
Magnasonic
021, 044
United
068
Magnavox
010, 001
White Westinghouse
021
Magnin
020
Zenith
011
Matsui
029, 068
Medion
029
Memorex
003
MGA
020
Mitsubishi
010, 007
Orion
029, 068
Pace
029
Pacific
068
Penney
003, 020
Philips
010
95
Appendix
5. Audio & AUX Code List
Brand
Code
Amplifier
Arcam
044
ASCOMTEC
071
Acoustic Solutions
078, 082, 084, 094
Audiolab
043
Cambridge Audio
106
Audiosonic
071
Curtis Mathes
014
Audiotronic
043
Denon
012
Bang & Olufsen
028
Durabrand
089, 090
Basic Line
088
Goodmans
093
Belson
071
Hitachi
089
Binatone
071
JBL
042
Blue Sky
072, 087
Logitech
074
Bose
046, 099
Magnat
042
Bush
027
Magnum
094
Cambridge Audio
080, 101
Mustek
093
Cat
071
Optimus
014, 029
CCE
065
Pacific
094
Centrum
045, 071
Pioneer
014, 029
Clatronic
027, 071
RCA
014
Cosmotron
027
Sven
090
Daewoo
076
Tevion
094
Dantax
018, 072
Trice
090
Denon
067, 025, 036, 075
upXus
078
Denver
071
Vieta
042
DiK
027
Yamaha
016, 030
Dual
045, 072
Accessory
eBench
024, 027
Apple
038
Elta
024, 027, 072
Sony
008
EuroLine
098
Yamaha
121, 122
Fine Arts
043
Firstline
027
Receiver
Acoustic Solutions
087
Garrard
013, 018
AEG
071, 072
Genexxa
010
AFK
071
Global Sphere
098
Aiwa
005, 073
Goodmans
021, 024, 027, 071, 072
Akai
004, 021, 072, 087
Grundig
043, 013, 027, 035, 087
Alba
087, 088
Grunkel
024, 072
All-Tel
072
Hanseatic
072
Amstrad
024, 072
Harman/Kardon
043, 056, 003, 011, 057, 060
Anam
021
Harwood
024
96
Appendix
English
HCM
072
Onkyo
006, 063, 114
HE
071
Optimus
032, 010, 024
Hitachi
088
Orient Power
024
Hitech
024
Orion
018
Hiteker
071
Palladium
027, 045, 054, 072, 086
Home Tech Industries
071
Panasonic
Hyundai
087
109, 085, 058, 059, 062, 110, 111,
113, 128
Inkel
020
Paramount Pictures
045
Intersound
024
JBL
056, 057
JVC
001, 019, 068
Kenwood
033, 061, 091, 010
Kioto
027
Kompernass
027
KXD
071
LG
054, 086, 125
Lifetec
027
LXI
024
Magnat
071
Magnavox
043, 035
Marantz
043, 049, 031, 035, 053
Matsui
024, 027
MBO
065
Medion
027, 087
MEI
072
Metz
088
Micromega
043
Microstar
027
MTlogic
087
Musicmagic
035
Mustek
065
Mx Onda
024, 027
Myryad
043
NAD
015, 021
Nexius
072
Nikkai
071
Nikkei
024
Norcent
071
NTDE Geniesom
024
PCCW
128
Philips
043, 049, 031, 035, 048, 053, 117
Phonotrend
020
Pioneer
052, 032, 010, 039, 081, 097
PJ
071
Polk Audio
053
Prima Electronic
027
Proline
027, 072
ProVision
071
QONIX
072, 087
Radionette
054, 100
Recco
027
Redstar
071
Revox
007, 010, 035
Roadstar
027
Rotel
026
Samsung
013, 055, 119, 123, 083
Sansui
021, 035, 098
Sanyo
024
Schneider
003, 024, 045, 072
Scott
071
SEG
088
Sharp
010, 022, 070, 100
Sherwood
020, 022
Siemens
021
Silva Schneider
027, 072, 086
SilverCrest
087
Sony
040, 034, 047, 103, 107, 037, 066,
077, 079, 096, 108, 116, 118, 124
Soundwave
021
Stereophonics
032
Sumida
024
97
Appendix
Sunfire
061
United
072, 098
T+A
050, 105
Universum
TAG McLaren
043
013, 021, 024, 027, 045, 072, 076,
095
Tandberg
088
Venturer
027 ,072
Vestel
088
Victor
001
Waitec
065
Watson
027
Wellfund
024
Welltech
027
Wharfedale
072
Targa
054
TCM
027
Teac
018, 021
Technics
Techwood
109, 085, 058, 059, 011, 110
088
Tedelex
098
Tevion
071
Thorens
043
Thorn
024
Tokai
072
Toshiba
092
Xenius
072
Yamaha
009, 002, 010, 017, 023, 041, 051,
064, 069, 112, 115, 120
Yukai
065
Zenith
024
MDB1.3
98
Appendix
English
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