X-2007 FTA Small Super
USER MANUAL
Please read this user manual before using or connecting this product.
And keep it handy for future reference.
SAFETY PRECAUTION
CAUTION:
The lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user
to "dangerous voltage"
and to prevent from a risk
of electric shock.
Warning:
To reduce the risk of
electric shock, don't
open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified
personnel only.
The exclamation point
within an equilateral
triangle is intended to
alert the user to important
operating and maintenance(servicing).
WARNING: Do not use this STB where contact with or immersion in water is a
possibility. Do not use near flower vase, washbowls, kitchen sinks, laundry tubs,
swimming pools, etc.
WARNING: Do not put the candle or lamp stand on the cabinet; otherwise,
there is the danger of fire.
WARNING: The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type
descry bed in the operating instructions or as marked on the unit. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply(for example: 120 or 230V) to your home,
consult your local dealer or local power company.
WARNING: Do not open the cabinet or touch any parts in the inner mechanism.
Consult your local dealer for technical service if the opening is required.
Note: To ensure proper use of this product, please read this user manual
carefully and retain for further reference.
Note: Do not open the cabinet to avoid the unit direct exposure to radiation.
Unit Cleaning: After the unit power is turned off, you can clean the cabinet,
panel and remote control with a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild
detergent solution.
Attachments: Never add any attachments and/or equipment without the
manufacturer consent; as such additions may result in the risk of fire, electric
shock or other personal injury.
Locating: Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation to
protect it from overheating. Do not block these openings or allow them to be
blocked by placing the STB on a bed, sofa or other similar surface, nor should
it be placed over a radiator or heat register.
Power-Cord Protection: Place the power-supply cord out of the way, where it
will not be walked on. Please take special attentions to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the unit.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never put objects of any kind into this STB through
openings, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that
could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill any liquid on the STB.
Note: Moisture may be formed inside the unit in the following conditions:
When the unit is suddenly moved from a cold environment or an air-condition
room to a warm place.
Immediately after a heater has been turned on.
In a steamy or very humid room.
If the moisture forms inside the unit, it may not operate properly. To correct this
problem, turn on the power and wait about two hours for the moisture to
evaporate.
Parts Replacement: When the unit parts need to be replaced, user should
make sure the service technician use the replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or having the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized replacement may put the unit in the risk of fire, electric shock or
other hazards.
Safety Check: After all the maintenances and repairs are done, user is
required to request the service technician to conduct the overall safety check to
ensure the machine is in the proper condition.
Contents
Contents
1.
Remote Control & Panel Description..................................................................... 3
1.1 Front Panel Description........................................................................................ 3
1.2 Rear Panel Description......................................................................................... 4
1.3.1 Remote Control....................................................................................................5
1.3 Remote Control Description..................................................................................6
2. Basic Operations...................................................................................................... 7
2.1 Switch on STB...................................................................................................... 7
2.2 Standby Mode.......................................................................................................7
2.3 Mute...................................................................................................................... 8
2.4 Channel Number...................................................................................................8
2.5 MULTI-PIC............................................................................................................ 8
2.6 PGUP / PGDN...................................................................................................... 8
2.7 FAV +/-................................................................................................................. 8
2.8 CH▲/▼................................................................................................................ 9
2.9 Vol◄/►................................................................................................................ 9
2.10 OK.......................................................................................................................9
2.11 Menu ................................................................................................................... 9
2.12 Exit...................................................................................................................... 9
2.13 EPG.................................................................................................................. 10
2.14 Audio.................................................................................................................11
2.15 SUB.................................................................................................................. 11
2.16 Zoom .................................................................................................................11
2.17 FAV................................................................................................................... 11
2.18 List.................................................................................................................... 12
2.19 PAUSE..............................................................................................................12
2.20 TXT................................................................................................................... 12
2.21 INFO................................................................................................................. 13
2.22 TV/Radio........................................................................................................... 13
2.23 Recall................................................................................................................ 13
2.24 SAT................................................................................................................... 13
2.25 LNB Short......................................................................................................... 13
3. Channel................................................................................................................... 14
3.1 TV Channel List.................................................................................................. 14
3.1.1 Favorite............................................................................................................ 15
3.1.2 Move................................................................................................................ 15
3.1.3 Sort.................................................................................................................. 16
3.1.4 TV Channel List Edit........................................................................................ 16
3.1.5 Find.................................................................................................................. 18
3.2 Radio Channel List............................................................................................. 18
3.3 Channel Setup.................................................................................................... 19
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3.4 Favorite group list name..................................................................................... 20
3.5 Delete All............................................................................................................ 20
3.6 Restore channel list and settings........................................................................ 21
3.7 Save channel list and settings............................................................................ 21
4. Installation.............................................................................................................. 22
4.1 Single Search..................................................................................................... 22
4.2 Multi Search........................................................................................................ 24
4.3 TP Scan.............................................................................................................. 24
4.4 Satellite List........................................................................................................ 26
4.5 TP List.................................................................................................................27
4.6 Satellite Guide.................................................................................................... 29
5. System Setup..........................................................................................................30
5.1 Language............................................................................................................ 30
5.2 TV System.......................................................................................................... 31
5.3 Time & Timer Setting.......................................................................................... 32
5.4 OSD Setting........................................................................................................ 34
5.5 Parental Lock...................................................................................................... 35
5.6 Power setting...................................................................................................... 36
6. Tools........................................................................................................................ 37
6.1 Information.......................................................................................................... 37
6.2 Quick Setup........................................................................................................ 37
6.3 Game.................................................................................................................. 38
6.4 Factory Default................................................................................................... 39
6.5 Software Upgrade............................................................................................... 40
6.5.1 Software Upgrade............................................................................................ 40
6.5.2 Upgrade by Satellite........................................................................................ 40
6.6 SatcoDX Auto Programming...............................................................................41
7. Technical Specification......................................................................................... 42
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Remote Control & Panel Description
1. Remote Control & Panel Description
1.1 Front Panel Description
1. MENU: To enter into the main menu and exit all menus.
2. CH+/-: To change channels or for navigating and changing values in
menus.
3. VOL+/-: To change volume to move cursor, change numbers in the menu
or to change the choice.
4. OK: To select an item in the menu and confirm it or pop up channel list
when no menu.
5. POWER: Is used to switch between the working mode and the standby
mode.
6. Display (4-Digit/7-Segment): Displays the received channel number
while operating and time while in standby mode.
7. Remote Sensor: Detects the infrared signals from the remote control
unit.
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Remote Control & Panel Description
1.2 Rear Panel Description
1. IF IN:
2. IF OUT:
Note:
Satellite input.
Satellite output for cascading to other devices
The operation of another receiver at the same time is only
possible with limited channel selection.
3. S/PDIF:
4. RS-232:
Optical output for digital audio (AC3)
Serial Port allowing software upgrades.
5. TO TV:
6. ANT IN:
Modulator output for the connection to a TV set.
Antenna input for the terrestrial antenna.
7. AC IN:
8. POWER ON/OFF:
Mains input cable.
Allows to completely switch off the receiver.
9. VIDEO:
10. AUDIO:
CVBS video output for TV AV in.
HiFi outputs for stereo set.
11. TV SCART:
12. VCR SCART:
Output SCART for the connection to a TV set.
Output SCART for the connection to a VCR set.
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1.3.1 Remote Control
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1.3.2 Remote Control Description
1.POWER: Is used to switch between the working mode or the standby mode.
2.PGUP: To move cursor up by page in TP list, satellite list or channel list.
3.PGDN: To move cursor down by page in TP list, satellite list or channel list.
4.OK: To select an item in the menu and confirm it or pop up the normal
channel list when no menu.
5.CH+/-: To change channels in viewing mode and move the cursor up/down in
menu mode.
6.MENU: To show the main menu in viewing mode or return to the previous
menu.
7.EPG: Displays the electronic TV/radio program guide.
8.ZOOM: Enlarges the picture.
9.PAUSE: To hold the picture or release the pause.
10.FAV: To show the current favorite channel list.
11.TV/RADIO: To switch between TV and radio.
12.MUTE: To turn the sound on/off.
13.NUMERIC KEY (0-9): To control the numerical operation and change
directly
to a special channel.
14.0/MULTI-PIC: Exit all menus, press [0/MULTI-PIC] complex key to enter
multi-pictures menu, it has 4 options, you can choose 4 PIC, 9 PIC, 16 PIC or
12 PIC channels’ preview window(static), starting from the current channel.
Only the marked preview program is continuously playing.
15.FAV+/-: To switch the favor channels.
16.VOL+/-: To change the volume level in viewing mode and setting in menu
mode.
17.EXIT: To exit from the present menu and return to the previous menu.
18.AUDIO: To set the audio output mode and change the audio language.
19.SUB:(Subtitle): In “OSD Setting”menu, use [Volume Up/Down] to select
“On”
or “Off”. If the current channel has subtitle information, it will be displayed if
this function is “On”. If this function is “Off” subtitles won’t be displayed.
20.LIST: In TV mode, press the [LIST] button to open the “TV Channel List”
window.
21.INFO: To show the current program information, and show the signal
intensity
and quality.
22.TXT: Shows the TV/radio teletext.
23.RECALL: To return to the previous selected channel.
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Basic Operations
2. Basic Operations
2.1 Switch on STB
Switch the [Device’s Main Power] switch on.
When the STB is first used it will display “Quick Setup” window. you will set
Language, First Audio, Second Audio, LNB Power, Antenna Setup and Multi
Search.
? Frequently Asked Question
Q: The power of my STB is on and it is running in TV mode but the TV
screen shows nothing:
A: Make sure the TV set has been set to the correct video input(not the
TV channels). For example, if you have connected the unit to the
video1 input of the TV set then you need to select the corresponding
input of the TV. Mostly it is done with the AV button of the TVs
remote control unit.
Q: My STB is running in TV mode but the TV screen shows nothing
except one ball and “No Signal”.
A: That means the channel you selected has no signal. This can be
caused by several reasons:
1. The channel you selected is not from the satellite to which your dish is
pointing. Select another channel.
2. The signal of current TV channel is too weak. You can try to change to
other channels with a stronger signal. If the problems still exist, please
consult your local dealer or installer for technical service.
3. You selected the wrong LNB type in the installation menu or your DiSEqC
switch configuration is not correct.
2.2 Standby Mode
1. Press [Power] button to switch from TV/radio mode to standby mode
2. In standby mode press [Power] button again to switch back to TV/radio
mode. The last active channel will be showed.
3. To switch off the STB complete press the main power button.
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2.3 Mute
1.
Press the [Mute] button to mute the sound. On the screen an icon will be
2.
displayed to indicate the muted sound.
Press the [Mute] button again to restore the sound.
2.4 Channel Number
In TV mode you can enter the channel number directly with your remote control
unit and confirm the number with the OK button to change to the desired
channel.
2.5 MULTI-PIC
In TV mode, press [0] key to enter the
“MULTI-PIC” menu.
1. In “MULTI-PIC” menu, you can choose
channels’ preview window(static),
starting from the current channel. Only
the marked preview program is
continuously playing.
2. Press [CH▲/▼ / Vol◄/►] to change
the marked channel among the
preview programs.
3. With the number buttons [1] ~ [9] you can directly move the highlight to the
related channel.
4. With [OK] you return to full screen mode in the marked channel.
2.6 PGUP / PGDN
In TV mode, press [PGUP / PGDN] to switch directly between satellites.
2.7 FAV +/1.
In full screen, press [FAV +/-] keys can switch the favorite channels in
current satellite channels list directly.
2.
The sequence of the switch favorite channels is following the sequence
that in the current satellite channel list, not follow the sequence in the
favorite group.
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2.8 CH▲/▼
In TV/Radio mode press [CH▲/▼] to change channel.
2.9 Vol◄/►
In TV/Radio mode, press [Vol◄/►] to adjust volume.
2.10
OK
1.
In TV mode press [OK] button to open
the Channel List window.
2.
3.
Press the [Red] exchange screen.
Press [Green] button to sort the
channels by free and scrambled
channels. Free channel are listed first
4.
and scrambled channels last
Press [Yellow] button to open the SAT
list. After selecting a satellite the channel list will be reduced to the
channels of this satellite.
5.
Press [FAV] button to open FAV list.
After selecting a Favorite Group the
channel list will be reduced to the
channels of this group.
6.
7.
Press [Blue] button to open the Find
window. You can use this feature to
find channel by their names.
Press [OK] to change and display the marked channel.
2.11 Menu
Press [Menu] button to enter or exit the current menu.
2.12
Exit
Press [Exit] button to exit the current menu.
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2.13
1.
EPG
The STB supports Electronic Program
Guides (EPG) to give you information
about the actual programs of certain
channels like event name, subtitle,
description, start and finish time. This
feature is depending on the service of
the channel provider.
Press [EPG] to open the EPG window.
2.
The [Red] button opens the detailed
schedule of the marked channel. You
can select an event with [CH▲/▼]
and display the event’s
description with [OK].
3.
detailed
Press the [Green] button in the EPG
menu to display the detailed
information of the actual event in the
selected channel. With the [Yellow]
button you can program a timer with
the start and finish time and date of
this event.
4.
5.
Press the [Yellow] button in the EPG
menu to program a timer with the
actual events data.
To close the EPG menu press [Exit].
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2.14 Audio
1.
In TV mode, press the [Audio] button
2.
to open the Audio Mode window.
Select the item you want to adjust with
[CH▲/▼] and change the value with
[VOL◄/►].
2.15
SUB
Sub(Subtitle): In “OSD Setting ” menu, use [Volume ◄/►] to select “On” or
“Off”. If the current channel has subtitle information, it will be displayed if this
function is “On”. If this function is “Off” subtitles won’t be displayed.
2.16
1.
Zoom
The [Zoom] key allows you to magnify
a certain area on the images and the
current screen will show
2.
3.
Press [Zoom] key again, the image will
enlarge rotate as x1, x2, x4, x6, x8,
x12, x16.
In “x2 ~ x16” image, using [CH▲/▼ /
VOL◄/►] keys to move the image
center area you want to see.
4.
2.17
1.
In zoom mode, press [Exit] to close “Zoom” window.
FAV
In TV mode press the [FAV] button to
display the Favorite Group window on
the screen as the picture beside
shows.
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2.
In the Favorite Group window you can select the desired favorite channel
with [CH▲/▼] and confirm it with [OK] to switch to it. In bigger groups you
can navigate with [PGUP/ PGDN].
3.
With [VOL◄/►]. You can select different Favorite Groups.
4. Press [Exit] to close the Favorite Group window.
? Frequently Asked Question
Q: Why the screen displays “No Favorite Channel” after pressing the
[Favorite] button?
A: No channels have been assigned to a Favorite Group yet. You can do this
in the channel menu.
2.18
List
In TV mode, press [List] button to access directly to the “TV Channel List” menu
or to the “Radio Channel List” menu.
2.19
PAUSE
1.
In playing mode, press [PAUSE], the picture will be paused, but the sound
of the channel will still continues.
2.
Press [PAUSE] again, the screen’s picture will skip over to the current
playing picture, and the sound of the channel will corresponding playing.
2.20
1.
TXT
Press [TXT] button in TV mode to
open the teletext page. This service is
depending on the support of the
2.
channel provider.
If the channel does not support
teletext information, it will show “No
Teletext Data” on the screen.
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2.21
INFO
In TV mode, press [INFO] button can open
information screen, in the window shows
the parameters of current channel.
Two dynamic bars at the bottom of the
window reflect the signal intensity and
signal quality of the current channel.
2.22
TV/Radio
In TV mode, press [TV/Radio] to switch to
Radio mode. In Radio mode press [TV/Radio] again to switch back to TV mode.
2.23
Recall
Pressing the [Recall] button allows you to toggle between the actual and the
last selected channel.
2.24
1.
SAT
In TV mode, press [SAT] button to
open satellite list and select there,
then press [OK] to open “TV Channel
List” menu, select channel of the
2.
current.
In TV mode, press [Page Up/Down] to
switch directly between satellites.
2.25
LNB Short
When LNB is short, it will notify user on screen “LNB Short!” Please check your
cables and connections for shorts. When the short is removed the warning
message will disappear.
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Menu Operations
3. Channel
Press [Menu] in the TV/radio mode to enter
the main menu.
1. Press [CH▲ / ▼] to select the channel
item.
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
In the channel menu:
Press [CH▲/▼] to select the wanted menu
item among TV Channel List, Radio
Channel List, Channel setup, Favorite
group list name, Delete All, Restore
channel list and settings and Save channel
list and settings
Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
3.1 TV Channel List
If you enter the channel list menu a window
like the one below will open.
1. You can move the highlighted channel
with [CH ▲ / ▼ ] and press [OK] to
preview the highlighted program in the
preview window.
2. Press [PGUP/PGDN] on the RCU to
jump between the channels by pages.
3. Press [Vol◄/►] to switch satellite of
the program group.
4. Press [Menu] or [Exit] buttons to enter TV playing mode.
5. The color buttons offer further functions to manage the channel list.
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3.1.1 Favorite
1. Press [FAV] to open the favorite
window.
2. You can select between 8 favorite
groups with [CH▲/▼]. Press [OK] to
assign the channel to a favorite group,
press [EXIT] to exit favorite group.
3. Press [OK] again to remove the
channel from the marked favorite
group.
4. Press [MENU] button you will be asked
“Are you sure to save?”. Select “Yes” to save the marked favorite group.
Select “No” to cancel the operation.
5. To return to the TV channel list. The channels of favorite groups are
indicated with a favorite icon behind the name.
3.1.2
Move
Pressing the [Red] button in the TV
channel list will open another window
where you can choose between move the
actual channel and swap the actual
channel to the desired position, press [OK]
to confirm it.
a) Move
1. Press [Red] button to show a
moving icon behind the channel
name.
2. Move the channel to the desired position with [CH▲/▼]. Press [OK] to
confirm the position.
b) Swap
1. Press [Green] button to show a moving icon behind the channel name.
2. Move the channel to the desired position with [CH▲/▼]. Press [OK] to
confirm the position.
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3.1.3 Sort
Press [Green] to open the sort window.
Press [CH▲/▼] to select and [OK] to
confirm your choice.
The ways of sorting are:
 Default: Sort channel factory default.
 FTA/CAS: Sort channel by free and
scrambled sequence. Free channels
will be listed first and scrambled
channels behind in the channel list.
 Lock: Unlocked channels are listed first end locked channels at the end.
 Name(A-Z): Sorting in Alphabetical order, ignoring “$” symbol.
 Name(Z-A): Sorting in Alphabetical order, ignoring “$” symbol.
3.1.4 TV Channel List Edit
After pressing the [Yellow] button a window
for entering the password will open. The
default password is “0000”.
You can delete, skip, lock and edit the
channel.
Press [MENU] to leave the channel editing.
The system will ask you to confirm the
saving of the changes you made.
3.1.4.1 Delete
In channel edit menu press [Red] button will open another window where you
can choose between delete one channel and delete all channel.
 Del One
Press [Red] button to mark a channel for deleting. Marked channel will be
deleted after you confirm to save the changes when you leave this menu.
 Del All
a) Press [Green] button to show a deleting icon behind all channel name.
b) Press [MENU] button you will be asked “Are you sure to save?”. Select
“OK” to delete all channel. Select “Cancel” to cancel the operation.
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3.1.4.2 Skip
In channel edit menu, press [Green] button to place a skip icon behind the name
of the highlighted channel. Marked channels will be skipped when you change
channels in TV mode after you confirm to save the changes when you leave this
menu.
3.1.4.3 Lock
In channel edit menu, press [Yellow] button to place a lock icon behind the
name of the highlighted channel. Marked channels will be locked and displayed
only after password has been entered if you confirm to save the changes when
you leave this menu.
3.1.4.4 Edit
Pressing the [Blue] button in the TV
channel list edit menu will open another
window where you can choose between
edit the actual channel and create a new
channel.
 Edit
Press [Red] button to edit the channel.
1.
Selecting the name item with
[OK] will display a button pad to
show you how to edit the channel
name.
On the “Video PID”, “Audio
2.
PID” and “PCR PID” items you
can input numbers to modify the
item’s value.
3.
After modification select
“Save” and press [OK] button to
save the modified values and exit
“Edit” mode. Or select “Exit” and press [OK] to leave edit mode without
saving the modifications.
Create

Press [Green] button to open the create channel window.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Press [OK] on the “Satellite” item to
display the satellite list. You can select
the satellite for which you want to
create a new channel.
With marked “TP Index” item press
[OK] to display TP list, use [CH▲/▼]
to select for which you want to create
a new channel. Press [OK] to display
the TP number where the channel can
be found. The next three items will show the related parameters.
Highlight the “Name” item and press [OK] to display the button pad and
edit the new channel’s name. In “Video PID”, “Audio PID” and “PCR PID”
items you can enter the numbers directly to set these parameters of the
new channel.
After modification select “Save” and press [OK] to save the new channel
and leave the edit mode. Select “Exit” and press [OK] to exit the edit mode
without saving the new channel.
3.1.5 Find
1.
2.
3.
Press [Blue] button to open the “Find”
window like showed beside. Press
[CH▲/▼] / [Vol◄/►] to select the
leading character of the channel name
and press [OK] to confirm it.
After
entering
the
character(s)
highlight “OK” in the window and
press [OK] on the RCU.
Press [Exit] button to close the find
window and brings you back to the channel list.
3.2 Radio Channel List
Basically the operation of “Radio Channel List” is same as “TV Channel List”,
except that in the small channel window the radio Logo will be displayed.
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3.3 Channel Setup
When you enter the “Channel Setup” menu
you will see a screen like beside:
1. Startup Channel: Press [OK] to enter
“Startup Channel” menu to see the
screen like showed beside:

If you set of “Boot on
Channel” to “On” you can edit the
following two items. If the setting
is “Off” the box always starts with
the channel that was running when the box has been switched off.
On the “Mode” item you can

select either “TV channel” or
“Radio channel”.
On “Startup Channel” item

you can open the channel list by
pressing [OK]. Then you can
select the channel of you choice.
Press [OK] again to confirm.
2. Channel Play type: Use [CH▲/▼] to
select, press [OK] to enter “Channel Play Type” menu. Here you can select
the “playing channels” as “All”, “Free”
or “Scrambled” with [Vol◄/►].
3. If you select “Free” then all scrambled
channels will be skipped when you
change channels with [Vol◄/►].
4. Press [Exit] to leave the “Channel
Setup” menu.
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3.4 Favorite group list name
When you enter “Favorite group list name”
menu with 8 favorite group will be
displayed, press [OK] on the RCU to
rename favorite group. Use [CH▲/▼] /
[Vol◄/►] to select character, press [OK] to
confirm it.
After modification select “OK” of button bar
and press [OK] on the RCU to rename the
favorite group name and leave the edit
mode. Press [Exit] on the RCU to exit the edit mode without saving the favorite
group name.
3.5 Delete All
To delete all channels:
1. Enter the password. The default
password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a
safety question will show up where
you have to confirm first
3. Select “OK” to delete all channels or
“Cancel” to cancel the operation and
confirm with [OK].
4. In step 1 and step 2, pressing [Menu]
will exit the function directly without saving.
? Frequently Asked Question
Q: IF I incautiously delete all channels, what should I do?
A: there are two ways to restore:
 To research all channels in the “Installation” menu.
 Use “Factory Default” function to restore all channels in the “Tools” menu.
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3.6 Restore channel list and settings
To restore channel list and settings.
1. Enter the password. The default
password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a
safety question will show up where
you have to confirm first.
3. Select “OK”, press [OK] to restore the
last backup channel list, the current
channel list will be erased. Select
“Cancel” press [OK] to cancel the operation.
3.7 Save channel list and settings
To save channel list and settings.
1. Enter the password. The default
password is “0000”.
2. After entering the password correct a
safety question will show up where
you have to confirm first.
3. Select “OK”, press [OK] to save
current channel list to backup channel
list. Select “Cancel” press [OK] to
cancel the operation.
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4. Installation
After selecting the installation menu you
can see the window like beside.
In “Installation” menu;
1. Press [CH▲/▼] to select menu items
among Single Search, Multi Search,
TP Scan, Satellite List, TP List and
Satellite Guide.
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
4.1 Single Search
After selecting “Single Search” you will see
a window like beside:
1. In the “Satellite” item press [Vol◄/►]
to select the satellite which
you
want to scan or press [OK] to open the
“satellite list” to select directly with
[CH▲/▼], press [OK] to confirm it.
2. LNB Configuration: Press [OK] to
enter LNB configuration, you will see a
window like beside:
LNB Type: Press [Vol◄/►]
to switch among “Standard”, “User” and
“Universal” mode.
For Example: If you use a Dual LNB, then
you should select “User” option in “LNB
Type” and set the correct frequency in LNB
type.
22K: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch “ON” and
“Off”. The 22KHz signal is used in KU universal LNBs to change between
low band and high band.
Notice: After choosing LNB type “Universal” you cannot modify 22K.
DiSEqC1.0: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch the options or press [OK] to open the
DiSEqC1.0 option list to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] to
confirm it.
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DiSEqC1.1: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch DiSEqC1.1 option or press [OK] to
enter DiSEqC1.1 option to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] to
confirm it. The options of this item are: Disable / CCard1 M1 Port1 /
CCard1 M1 Port2 / CCard1 M1 Port3 / CCard1 M1 Port4 / CCard1 M2
Port1 / CCard1 M2 Port2 / CCard1 M2 Port3 / CCard1 M2 Port4 / CCard1
M3 Port1 / CCard1 M3 Port2 / CCard1 M3 Port3 / CCard1 M3 Port4 /
CCard2 Port1 / CCard2 Port2 / CCard2 Port3 / CCard2 Port4 / CCard2
Port5 / CCard2 Port6 / CCard2 Port7 / CCard2 Port8 / CCard2 Port9 /
CCard2 Port10 / CCard2 Port11 / CCard2 Port12 / CCard2 Port13 /
CCard2 Port14 / CCard2 Port15 / CCard2 Port16.
Positioner: Press [Vol◄/►] to select between “Off / DiSEqC1.2 / USALS”.
Notice: When you select “DiSEqC1.2 or USALS”, “DiSEqC1.0” and
“DiSEqC1.1” items will be disabled.
Polarity: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch between “Auto / H / V ”.
Toneburst: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch this function “On” or “Off”.
DiSEqC1.0 4Port: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch the options of DiSEqC1.0.
Between Disable / LNB1 / LNB2 / LNB3 / LNB4.
TP Index: Use [Vol◄/►] to select the desired transponder or press [OK] to
open the TP list to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] again to
display the TP number where the channel can be found.
FTA Only: Press [Vol◄/►] to select to scan only free channels or even
scrambled channels. If you select “Yes” it will scan free channels only.
Scan Channel: Press [Vol◄/►] to select to scan TV + radio channels, or
just TV channels or just radio channels.
Scan Mode: You can select “Auto Scan”, “Preset Scan” or “NIT Search” to
blind scan preset transponders or network transponders of the selected
satellite.
Search: Press [OK] to start scanning. In the lower part of the window the
progress of scanning and the found channels are displayed.
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6.
7.
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4.2 Multi Search
When you enter the “Multi Search” menu a
window like the one beside will open.
1. In the “Satellite” item press [Vol◄/►]
to select the satellite which you want
to scan or press [OK] to open the
“satellite list” to select directly with
[CH▲/▼], and press [OK] to
mark/unmark and [MENU] to finish the
selection. You can select several
satellites in this menu. The system will use DiSEqC1.0/1.1, DiSEqC1.2 and
USALS functions to search the marked satellites and scan channels.
2. On “FTA Only” item, press [Vol◄/►] to select scanning of all channels or
just scanning of free channels. If you select “Yes”, it will scan free channels
only.
3. On “Scan Channel” item, press [Vol◄/►] to select the scanning range from
TV + radio channels, only TV channels or only radio channels.
4. On “Scan Mode” item, you can select “Auto Scan”, “Preset Scan” or “NIT
Search” to blind scan preset transponders or network transponders of the
selected satellite.
5. Select “Search” and press [OK] to start scanning. In the lower part of the
window the progress of scanning and the found channels are displayed.
6. Press [Menu/Exit] to cancel or finish the scanning and saving the found
channels.
4.3 TP Scan
When you enter “TP Scan” menu a window
like the one beside will be displayed.
1. In the “Satellite” item press [Vol◄/►]
to select the satellite which you want
to scan or press [OK] to open the
“satellite list” to select directly with
[CH▲/▼], press [OK] to confirm it.
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2.
TP Index: Use [Vol◄/►] to select the desired transponder or press [OK] to
open the TP list to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] again to
display the TP number where the channel can be found. Press [Red /
Green / Yellow] key on the RCU for the related functions.
 When you press [Red] it will display “New TP” in “TP Index” item. You
have to set the parameters of “TP Frequency”, “Symbol Rate” for this
new transponder. Therefore use the number buttons of the RCU. The
available range are “3000~13450MHz” and “1000~45000KS/s”.
 When you press [Green] a safety question will be displayed for
confirmation to delete the current transponder or not. If you select
“OK”, the current transponder will be deleted and the total number of
transponders will be reduced.
 When you press [Yellow] a safety question will be displayed for
confirmation to delete all transponders or not. If you select “OK”, the all
transponders on current satellite will be deleted.
3. For existing transponders you also can use number buttons to modify the
parameters of “TP Frequency” and “Symbol Rate” or [Vol◄/►] to change
the value directly. “Polarity” and “FTA only” are used for setting scans
conditions. Press [Vol◄/►] to select a different mode.
On “TP Scan” item, press [OK] will open another window where you can set
“Scan Mode”, “Program Type” and “NIT Search”. Press [Menu/Exit] to
return to the previous menu.
Press [Red] button to add a new TP.
Press [Green] button to delete the current TP.
Press [Yellow] button to delete all transponders on current satellite.
4. Antenna Setup: Press [OK] to enter LNB configuration, you will see a
window like beside:
LNB Type: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch
among “Standard”, “User” and “Universal”
mode.
For Example: If you use a Dual LNB, then
you should select “User” option in “LNB
Type” and set the correct frequency in LNB
type.
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22K: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch “ON” and “Off”. The 22KHz signal is used in
KU universal LNBs to change between low band and high band.
Notice: After choosing LNB type “Universal” you cannot modify 22K.
DiSEqC1.0: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch the options or press [OK] to open the
DiSEqC1.0 option list to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] to
confirm it.
DiSEqC1.1: Use [Vol◄/►] to switch DiSEqC1.1 option or press [OK] to
enter DiSEqC1.1 option to select directly with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] to
confirm it. The options of this item are: Disable / CCard1 M1 Port1 /
CCard1 M1 Port2 / CCard1 M1 Port3 / CCard1 M1 Port4 / CCard1 M2
Port1 / CCard1 M2 Port2 / CCard1 M2 Port3 / CCard1 M2 Port4 / CCard1
M3 Port1 / CCard1 M3 Port2 / CCard1 M3 Port3 / CCard1 M3 Port4 /
CCard2 Port1 / CCard2 Port2 / CCard2 Port3 / CCard2 Port4 / CCard2
Port5 / CCard2 Port6 / CCard2 Port7 / CCard2 Port8 / CCard2 Port9 /
CCard2 Port10 / CCard2 Port11 / CCard2 Port12 / CCard2 Port13 /
CCard2 Port14 / CCard2 Port15 / CCard2 Port16.
Positioner: Press [Vol◄/►] to select between “Off / DiSEqC1.2 / USALS”.
Notice: When you select “DiSEqC1.2 or USALS”, “DiSEqC1.0” and
“DiSEqC1.1” items will be disabled.
Polarity: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch between “Auto / H / V ”.
Toneburst: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch this function “On” or “Off”.
After you completed your modification, on the “TP Scan” item, press [OK]
twice to start scanning.
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5.
4.4 Satellite List
When you enter the “Satellite List” menu
you can see a window like the one beside:
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1.
Press [Red] button to enter edit
satellite menu. You can edit the
satellite’s name and its longitude.
2.
Press [Green] button to open the “Add
satellite” window.
3.
After pressing [Yellow] button you will
be asked “Are you sure to delete?”.
Select “OK” to delete the marked
satellite. Select “Cancel” to cancel the
operation.
4.5 TP List
When you open the “TP List” menu you will
see a window like the one beside.
1. Press [Vol◄/►] to change the marked
satellite.
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2.
Press [Red] button to open the “Edit
TP” menu. Here you can edit the
transponder’s data.
3.
Press [Green] button to open the “Add
TP” menu. Here you can add a new
TP and setup its parameters.
4.
Press [Yellow] button will open a
dialog box asking you to confirm the
deletion of the current TP. If you select
“OK” all the related channels will be
deleted. If you select “Cancel” the
operation will be cancelled.
5.
Pressing the [Blue] button will open a
dialog box asking you to confirm the
deletion of all TP on current satellite. If
you select “OK”, all TP of the current
satellite will be deleted. If you select
“Cancel” the operation will be
cancelled.
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4.6 Satellite Guide
When you enter “Satellite Guide” menu,
you will see the screen like beside:
Here you can enter your local longitude and
latitude and the satellite’s longitude. The
receiver
calculates
the
antenna’s
orientation and elevation to point your
antenna to the selected satellite.
1. Use the [Number] buttons to input the
values of “Local Longitude”, “Local
Latitude” and “Satellite Longitude”.
2. In the “Calculate” item press [OK], the receiver auto calculates the
antenna’s orientation and elevation to point your antenna to the selected
satellite.
3. Press [Menu / Exit] to return to the previous menu.
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5. System Setup
When you open the “System Setup” menu
a window like the one beside will be
opened.
In “System Setup” menu:
1. Press [CH▲/▼] to select menu items
among Language, TV System, Time &
Timer setting, OSD Setting, Parental
Lock and Power setting.
2. Press [OK] to open the selected item.
5.1 Language
After selecting the “Language” menu you
will see a window like beside:
1. Menu Language: Press [Vol◄/►] to
select languages. The selection of
language include: English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese,
Turkish, Polish, Russian, Danish,
Greek, Hungarian, Arabic and Farsi.
2. First Audio: Some channels offer more
than one audio language. This function allows you to set the preferred
audio language for those channels. If a channel offers the same audio
language as the “First Audio” you set the system will play this audio
language as default. If the channel does not offer this audio language then
the system will compare the offered languages with the second audio
language. The selections of audio language include: English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Danish,
Greek, Hungarian, Arabic and Farsi.
3. Second Audio: If the channel has no audio language that corresponds with
“First Audio” but with “Second Audio” the system will play the second audio
language as default. If no audio language corresponds with the “Second
Audio” then the default language of the current channel will be played
instead. The selections of audio language include: English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Danish,
Greek, Hungarian, Arabic and Farsi.
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4.
5.
6.
Subtitle Language: In “OSD Setting”menu, use [Vol◄/►] to select “On” or
“Off”. If the current channel has subtitle information, it will be displayed if
this function is “On”. If this function is “Off” subtitles won’t be displayed. The
selections of subtitle language include: English, German, French, Spanish,
Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Danish, Greek, Hungarian,
Arabic and Farsi.
Teletext: Press [Text] button in TV mode to open the teletext page. This
service is depending on the support of the channel provider. If the channel
does not support teletext information, it will show “No Teletext Data” on the
screen. The selections of teletext language include: English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Polish, Russian, Danish,
Greek, Hungarian, Arabic and Farsi.
Press [Menu/Exit] to return back from “Language” menu.
5.2 TV System
When you enter the “TV System” menu you
will see the screen like below:
1. Display Mode is used to switch the
display mode. You can select from
Auto / PAL / PAL-M / PAL-N /
NTSC3.58
/
NTSC4.43.
Press
[Vol◄/►] to switch the desired mode.
2. Aspect Mode is used to switch the
screen aspect ratio mode. You can
select the needed mode from Auto / 4:3 PS / 4:3 LB / 16:9 with [Vol◄/►].
3. Video output is use for switching the screen aspect ratio mode. Now we
provide below options: CVBS / CVBS + RGB / CVBS + S-Video. You can
press [Vol◄/►] key to select each mode circularly.
4. VCR Loop through is use for switching STB Master and VCR Master. When
VCR Loop through is STB Master mode, Video output is available.
5.
RF System is use for switching the screen aspect ratio mode. Now we
provide below options: PAL-BG / PAL-I / PAL-DK / NTSC-M. You can press
[VOL◄/►] key to select each mode circularly.
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6.
RF Channel is use for switching the screen aspect ratio mode. Now we
7.
provide below options: 21-69. You can press [VOL◄/►] key to select each
mode circularly.
Press [Menu/Exit] to return to the previous menu.
5.3 Time & Timer Setting
When you enter “Time & Timer Setting” a menu with this 3 items will be opened.
1. Timer: Select “Timer” item and press
[OK] to enter the “Timer” menu.
You can press [CH▲/▼] to select item.
 The current time will be displayed
in the first column. If the current
time is incorrect, please modify it
with the [Number] buttons.
 Timer Number: You can press
[Vol◄/►] to switch the timer
number. There are totally 8 timers.
 Timer Mode: Select how often the timer is running: Once, Daily, Weekly,
Monthly and Yearly, or switch the timer to off.
 Timer Service: Select between TV Channel, Radio Channel and
Message.
 When you select “TV Channel /
Radio Channel”(timer setting for
channel change and Wakeup
channel / date) then you have
further options you need to set:
 Wakeup Channel: Press [OK]
to enter the channel list, and
select the channel you want
to see with [CH▲/▼], press [OK] to confirm it.
 Wakeup Date: Use number buttons to input your wakeup date.
 On Time: Use number buttons to input your wakeup time. If date
and time are reached then no matter if the system is in standby
mode or in playing mode, it will automatically switch to the channel
you set and start to play.
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
2.
Duration: Here you can set the time you want to see or play this
channel. After the time set the system will automatically switch to
standby mode. If you don’t want the box the be switched to
standby mode then set the duration to 00:00.
When you select “Message”(reminding message) option in “Timer

Service” then you can enter additional data:
 Wakeup Message: Press [Vol◄/►] to select the category
 of the wakeup message from Birthday, Anniversary and General.
 Wakeup Date: Use the [Number] buttons to input your wakeup
date.
 On Time: Use the [Number] buttons to input your wakeup time. If
date and time are reached, no matter if the system is in standby
mode or in playing mode, it will automatically show a reminding
message. The message will be displayed on the screen until you
press [Exit] to close it.
Duration: Here you can set the time you want to see or play this

channel. After the time set the system will automatically switch to
standby mode. If you don’t want the box the be switched to
standby mode then set the duration to 00:00.
 Press [Exit] to leave the “Timer” menu.
Local Time Setting: When you select
“Local Time Setting” and press [OK]
then you will see a window like the
one beside:
GMT Usage: This item is

used to set the time by using the
time signal from the satellite.
Press [Vol◄/►] to change the
setting.

The “GMT Offset” item is only available when “GMT Usage” is set to
“On”. Press [Vol◄/►] to set the “GMT Offset” value. With every time
you press the button the time offset will be increased/decreased by
half an hour.
Summer: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch this function “On” or “Off”.

“Date” and “Time” items are only available when the “GMT Usage” is

set to “Off”. Press [Vol◄/►] to select one item and use number
buttons to input time and date directly.
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Time Display: Press [Vol◄/►] to switch this function “On” or “Off”.
NOTE: If the current channel provides the correct time information,
you will see the current time after you entered “Local Time Setting”
menu. If the channel doesn’t provide time information, you have to
input the date and time information manually. The most channels
support the time signal.
 Press [Exit] to leave the “Time” menu.
Sleep Timer: Select “Sleep Timer” item and press [OK] to set the sleep
timer. You will see “Sleep timer OFF / Sleep timer 10 / Sleep timer 30 /
Sleep timer 60 / Sleep timer 90 / Sleep timer 120”.
If you set a sleep time, the system will change to standby mode after the
chosen time period.
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3.
5.4 OSD Setting
When you select “OSD Setting” you will
see a screen like beside:
1. Subtitle Display: Press [Vol◄/►] to
select “Off”, “Standard” or “Teletext
Subtitle”. If the current channel has
subtitle information, it will be displayed
if this function is “Standard” or
“Teletext Subtitle”. If this function is
“Off” subtitles won’t be displayed.
2. OSD Timeout: This setting determines the duration the info window is
displayed on the screen when you change channels. Press [Vol◄/►] to set
the time between 1 to 10 seconds.
3. Position: Press [Vol◄/►] select the position between top and bottom.
4. OSD Transparency: With this parameter you can set the transparency of
the menus. Press [Vol◄/►] select the value between 10%, 20%, 30%,
40% and “Off”(means no transparency function).
5. Load OSD Setting Default: If you want to reset your OSD settings to the
default settings then select this item and press [OK].
6. Press [Exit] button to leave the “OSD Setting” menu.
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5.5 Parental Lock
You can set a password for anyone who
wishes to operate the “Installation” menu.
You can also set the password to lock
channels. Below you find how to set and
change the password.
1. On “Parental Lock” press [OK] to open
a dialogue box and input the password.
After you entered the correct
password, you will see a screen like
beside:
2. Menu Lock: If Menu Lock is set to “Yes” then you need to enter the
password every time you want to open the menu. If set to “No” then you
can open the menu without entering the password first.
3. Channel Lock: If set to “Yes” then you need to enter the password before
you can see those channels which have been marked as locked channels
in the channel menu. If set to “No” then even those channels can be
selected without entering the password first.
4. New Password: Here you can change the existing password. You should
do this after you set up the receiver the first time and every time when you
think that your password is known by unauthorized persons. To change the
password enter the new password in the “New Password” item and repeat
the same one in the “Confirm Password” item. If the passwords are not
identically then you will see a warning message. If you entered the same
new password in both fields then you will see the message “Saving Data,
Please Wait…”. From now on you need to use the new password to open
locked menus or locked channels.
NOTE: The default password is 0000.
5. Press [Exit] to leave the “Parental Lock” menu.
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5.6 Power setting
Here you can set the power output to the LNB. If your receiver is connected to
the LNB directly then you need to set the LNB Power to “On”. If your receiver is
connected to a multi switch (SMATV signal distribution system) then it may be
that you don’t need to provide the power to the LNB. But since this is depending
on the kind of installed distribution system we recommend you to contact your
installer or to refer to the user manual of this system to get the correct
information.
You also just can change this setting and check if you still can receive the
channels. If the LNB Power is off and you still can see all channels then we
recommend this setting in order to save energy.
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6. Tools
When you enter to “Tools” menu, you will
see a screen like beside:
In “Tools” menu:
1. Press [CH▲/▼] to select the wanted
item among Information, Quick Setup,
Game, Factory Default, Software
Upgrade
and
SatcoDX
Auto
Programming.
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
6.1 Information
1.
2.
When you select the “Information”
menu you will see a screen like beside.
The screen displays data about the
current channel.
Press [Exit] button to leave the
information display.
6.2 Quick Setup
When the STB is used, which need to
repeat set menu Language, First Audio,
Second Audio, LNB Power, Single Search
and Multi Search.
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6.3 Game
When you enter “Game” menu, you will see
three games include Tetris, Snake and
Othello.
Basic operation statement:
1. Tetris

Mark “Setup” and press
[Vol◄/►] to select the level
(speed).

Mark “Start” and press [OK] to
start the game.
Mark “Cancel” and press [OK]

to leave the game.

Play the game:

Press [Vol◄/►]
to
move the block left or right
 Press [Channel Up] to rotate the block clockwise
 Press [Channel Down] to drop the block faster
 Press [OK] to Pause/Play the game
 Press [Exit] to leave the game and return to the game menu.
2.
Snake

Mark “Setup” and press
[Vol◄/►] to select the level
(speed).

Mark “Start” and press [OK] to
start the game.

Mark “Cancel” and press [OK]
to leave the game.
Play the game:

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 Press [Vol◄/► / CH▲/▼] to guide the snake to the red blocks.
Every block you ate increases the length of the snake. If the snake
runs against a wall or against itself then it dies.
 Press [OK] to Pause/Play the game
 Press [Exit] to quit the game and return to the game menu.
3.
Othello

Mark “Setup” and press
[Vol◄/►] to select the game
level(degree of difficulty).

Mark “Start” and press [OK] to
start the game.
Mark “Cancel” and press [OK]

to leave the game.

Play the game:

Press
[Vol◄/►
/
CH▲/▼] to position the round mark.
 Press [OK] to set your stone.
 Press [Exit] to quit the game and return to the game menu.
6.4 Factory Default
When you press [OK] on the “Factory
Default” item:
1. A dialogue box will occur where you
need to enter the password.
2. After you input the correct password a
warning message will be displayed like
the one beside.
3. If you select “Yes” then all changes
you made will be reset to default
values. Make sure you really want to do this!
4. Press [Exit] in both steps will close the window without resetting the
receiver.
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6.5 Software Upgrade
When you enter to “Software Upgrade”
menu, you will see a screen like beside:
1. Press [CH▲/▼] to select the wanted
item among Software Upgrade and
Upgrade by Satellite.
2. Press [OK] to enter the selected item.
6.5.1 Software Upgrade
1. This function allows you to upgrade the
software of the receiver. This can be
done from PC to receiver or from a
master receiver to a slave receiver.
2. Connect master receiver or PC to the
slave receiver via serial interface (0Modem cable). Enter the “Software
Upgrade” menu of the master receiver
and press [Vol◄/►] to change the
upgrade mode. Upgrade modes include: All code / Main code / CAS-data /
Script GUI / Radio Back / default DB / Userdb.
3. Switch on the slave receiver.
4. Mark “Start” on the master reeciver and press [OK] to start upgrade.
Wait until the display on the front panel shows “-END”. Then switch off the
receiver and on again. Now the new software is used.
5. Press [MENU] to save the setting without upgrade.
6.5.2 Upgrade by Satellite
This function can upgrade the software of
your receiver through data sent by a
satellite. At the moment we offer satellite
updates only through ASTRA1 and Hotbird
satellites.
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1.
2.
Select the satellite and TP or input the TP value and download PID.
Then mark “Start” and press [Enter] to begin the download of the upgrade.
This may need up to 60 minutes. Therefore we suggest using of this
function only if you don’t intent to watch TV during this time.
6.6 SatcoDX Auto Programming
This function is using the tables of the SatcoDX websites to update your channel
and satellite lists. You need a special application which is available on
the CD-ROM of the Tele-Satellite magazine. Install this software on your PC first.
1. Start the SatcoDX application on your PC.
2. Select “SatcoDX Auto Programming” item from the “Tools” menu and press
[OK]. The screen will show the message “OK to Proceed”.
3. Press [OK] again and you will see the message “Ready to Download”.
4. In the PC application set the Baud Rate to 115200 and start the download
procedure.
! Caution:
The new download channels will delete the original channels list.
Please be careful before using it.
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7. Technical Specification
VIDEO
Decoding
Bit rate
Output
Aspect ratio
Active pixel
Output connector
MPEG-2 & MEPG-1 compatible
Max 15Mbps
PAL/NTSC
4:3, 16:9, Auto
720x480 @ 30fps; 720x576 @ 25fps
RCA, TV SCART
AUDIO
Decoding
Mode
Bit rate
MPEG-2/MPEG-1 layer I & II
Mono, Dual, Stereo, Joint stereo
Max 384Kbps
DEMODULATOR
Demodulation
Symbol rate
Outer code
Inner code
Energy dispersion
QPSK
SCPC/MCPC
RS (204, 188, 8)
ALL DVB rates
DVB-S recommendation
INPUT SIGNAL
Frequency
Input level
Channel bandwidth
Input socked
950MHz ~ 2150MHz
-65dBm ~ -25dBm
36MHz
F-type connector
LNB CONTROL
Power supply
Polarized control
DiSEqC control
13/18V (500mA max) with short circuit
protection
13/18V polarization (vertical/horizontal)
DiSEqC1.0, DiSEqC1.1 and DiSEqC1.2
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Technical Specification
RF MODULATOR
Input
Output
Band
TV Standard
Output Channel
IEC 169-24 Male x 1
IEC 169-24 Female x 1
UHF
PAL BG/I/DK, NTSC M
21~69(PAL), 14~83(NTSC)
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