21005252_UserManual_ODE8200 T2HD_ENG_rev00

INDEX
1 Safety regulations ....................................................................................................................................... 1 2 Product description and connections .......................................................................................................... 2 2.1 Front Panel .......................................................................................................................................... 2 2.2 Rear panel and connections ................................................................................................................ 2 2.3 Remote Control Unit ............................................................................................................................ 3 2.3.1 Batteries ....................................................................................................................................... 3 2.3.2 Buttons and related functions ....................................................................................................... 3 3 First time installation ................................................................................................................................... 4 4 Receiver Menu ............................................................................................................................................ 5 4.1 Main menu ........................................................................................................................................... 5 4.1.1 Media Player ................................................................................................................................ 5 4.1.2 Edit Channel ................................................................................................................................. 5 4.1.3 Installation .................................................................................................................................... 6 4.1.4 System Setup ............................................................................................................................... 7 4.1.5 Tools ............................................................................................................................................. 8 5 The menus .................................................................................................................................................. 9 6 Problem solver .......................................................................................................................................... 10 7 Technical Specifications............................................................................................................................ 11 CAUTION: Due to updates or mistakes, the content of this user manual could not correspond exactly to the real product.
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1 Safety regulations
We advise you to read the following advice concerning the safety regulations carefully in order to ensure
safe use of the appliance.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
• The appliance should only be supplied by a current of 230 Volt AC, 50Hz.
• The appliance must not be repaired in any way by the user, in case of breakages or failures please refer to the
nearest centre for assistance.
• Do not remove the cover. The inside of the appliance could contain higher voltages than that of the supply
voltage which could endanger the user. High voltage is also present when the appliance is on standby. The
receiver should be disconnected from the electrical supply before performing any intervention. Non-authorised
removal will mean that the warranty is no longer valid!
POWER CABLE
• Before installing the appliance make sure that the cable is intact, paying particular attention to its connection
to the power supply and to the receiver. If the cable is damaged do not attempt to connect the appliance and
refer the problem to an authorised centre for assistance.
• When installing the cable make sure that it can not be flattened in any way by items placed above or next to
the appliance. Avoid placing the cable in an area where it could accidentally be stepped on, removed from the
wall or damaged in any way.
• If the cable is damaged in any way carefully disconnect from the appliance and refer to specialised
technicians or the centre for assistance to get a replacement.
LIQUIDS
• Keep the appliance far from any liquids. Do not place any objects containing liquids on the appliance, such as
vases, humidifiers etc. The appliance must not be installed in areas where it could come into contact with
sprays or drops of water or in an environment with a high level of humidity where condensation could occur.
• If the receiver should accidentally come into contact with liquids, disconnect immediately from the wall. DO
NOT TOUCH the device until it has been disconnected.
SMALL OBJECTS
• Keep the receiver away from coins or other small objects. Objects which fall into the appliance via the
ventilation gaps could cause serious damage.
CLEANING
• Before cleaning, disconnect the device from the power supply.
• To clean the outside of the receiver use a soft and dry or slightly damp cloth. Avoid using products which
contain chemicals or solvents.
VENTILATION
• Make sure that the area where the appliance is to be installed has good air circulation so that the heat can be
dissipate well in order to avoid overheating.
• In order to allow enough ventilation it is necessary to have a distance of at least 10 cm on either side of the
appliance and 15cm above the appliance.
• The vents must be kept clear from any obstructions such as newspapers, table cloths, furniture material,
curtains, carpets etc.
• Avoid installing the receiver close to any heat sources (i.e. radiators, stoves etc) or on top of any other
appliances which omit heat (video players, DVD etc).
WARNING!
• Keep the appliance out of reach of children.
• The plastic bags used for packaging can be dangerous. To avoid suffocating keep the bags out of reach of
children.
• Do not expose the receiver or remote control to direct sunlight.
• The appliance must be placed on a solid and stable base.
• Connect the device to the power supply only after installation is complete.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control if they will not be used for a long period of time. The remote
control could be damaged by any eventual battery leakages.
• Dispose of the product correctly so as to avoid damage to the environment and human health as well as to
facilitate recycling of the components/materials used in the appliance. If the product is not disposed of
properly this could be punishable according to the involved law.
• The manufacturers recommend that the parts are recycled separately and are taken to sites which conform to
current regulations.
• Take the product, including its accessories and batteries, when no longer usable to a collection
point which is authorised to handle waste from electrical or electronic appliances that should be kept
separate from regular household waste.
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2 Product description and connections
2.1 Front Panel
1. USB PORT
2. Power/Standby LED Indicator
3. IR Receiver Sensor
4. CH▼ Button
5. CH▲ Button
6. Power/Standby Button
CAUTION
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It’s not guarantee the compatibility with all USB mass storage devices of the market.
We suggest USB Hard Disk Drives (HDD) with an own external power supply.
2.2 Rear panel and connections
CAUTION
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5.
It is good practice to connect the receiver with other appliances (e.g. TV, VCR, HI-FI, etc.) and the antenna before
plugging in the mains lead. When the receiver is powered electrical voltage differences may be created when
plugging in the jacks, which may generate currents that could damage the appliances.
The direct audio-video connection with TV screen should always be used as a first operating test, since other more
complex connection sequences may give malfunctions that are not caused by faults or defects of the actual
appliances but by problems of incompatibility.
RF OUT
RF IN
HDMI Socket
SCART Socket
AC IN
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2.3 Remote Control Unit
2.3.1 Batteries
Information and warnings
Battery type: 2 x AAA, 1.5V.
Insert/replace the batteries at the first installation or when the remote control doesn’t work well.
It’s recommended to remove batteries from the remote control if it is not used for long time, in order to avoid
any possible damage.
Do not use different types of battery or flat and new batteries at the same time.
Insertion and removal
Open the battery cover on the bottom of remote control and insert the two batteries (AAA format) respecting
the right polarity direction as indicated on their place. Then, close the cover.
Remove the flat batteries, that must be disposed separately from common garbage and they must be taken
to the shop or waste collection point, repeating similar operations done during the insertion.
2.3.2 Buttons and related functions
1. POWER On / Stand-by.
2. 0÷9 Channel change or number entering in menu
input boxes.
3. MENU Main menu.
4. TV/R TV/radio program receiver modes change.
5. VOL+ / VOL- Audio volume up/down.
6. SUB-T Subtitles. (**)
7. TEXT Teletext On/Off. (**)
8. AUDIO Audio mode and track selection. (**)
9. PREV Previous multimedia content on USB.
10. REW Rewind on playback.
11. USB Enter in USB setup interface.
12. REC Enter in REC mode.
13. STOP Playback or recording stop.
14. PLAY / PAUSE Playback starting/pause.
15. FWD Forward on playback.
16. NEXT Next multimedia content on USB
17. EPG Electronic Program Guide. (*)
18. FAVOR Favourite channel list recall.
19. INFO Info of current program/channel. (*)
20. OK Quick channel list recall or actions/changes
confirmation.
21. EXIT Quit function or menu.
22. LAST Back to the last channel.
23.
MUTE Mute
Program information, subtitles, teletext and
additional audio track are optional data provided by the
broadcasters.
(*)
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3 First time installation
When all the connections on the receiver are ready (section 2.2) and the mains lead is plugged in, the
receiver will start up automatically. If this does not happen, press the q button on the front panel of the
receiver or on the remote control.
An easy installation menu will be displayed where you can set different parameters and then run the channel
scan:
Step 1. Region
Use the arrow ◄/► buttons to select your Country. Press ▼ to proceed.
CAUTION
If the wrong country is selected the channel scan may not detect all the channels available.
Step 2. Language
Use the arrow ◄/► button to select a language for the On Screen Display menu (OSD). Press ▼ to go to
the next parameter.
Step 3. Display Mode
Adjust the video resolution of the HDMI output with arrow ◄/► button, taking care about the technical
characteristics of the connected TV monitor. Push ▼ to go down.
Step 4. Aspect Mode
With arrow ◄/► button set the video aspect ratio between:
1. 16:9FS: for 16:9 screen, it extends the video picture to the whole screen,
2. 16:9PB: for 16:9 screen, in case of 4:3 video picture it adds left and right black bars to cover all screen,
3. 4:3 PS (Pan Scan): for 4:3 screen, in case of 16:9 video picture it fills the screen vertically and cuts the
exceeding lateral sides,
4. 4:3 LB (Letter Box): for 4:3 screen, in case of 16:3 video picture it adds up and down black bars to cover
all screen.
Press OK to proceed.
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4 Receiver Menu
The first time installation procedure (chapter 3) will allow the receiver to be used with its basic functions.
However the receiver offers many more advanced features and options that are illustrated in the following
sections.
4.1 Main menu
Press [MENU] button to browse the Main Menu including 5 submenus which are listed below:
4.1.1 Media Player
Move cursor to “Media Player” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. There are 4 options which
are listed below. Press [INFO] button to switch between the following submenus. Press [EXIT] button to quit.
PVR
Select “PVR” and press [OK] button to enter in its setup interface, use [CH▲/▼] buttons to choose item
and press [OK] button to play.
o Rename: Press [RED] button to rename the chosen item.
o Lock: Press [GREEN] button to lock the chosen item.
o Delete: Press [YELLOW] button to delete the chosen item.
o Switch: Press numeric button-5 to switch between submenus of “Media Player”.
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Video
Select “Video” and press [OK] button to enter in its setup interface.
o Edit: Press [BLUE] button to edit the chosen item. In this submenu, press [RED] button to rename,
press [GREEN] button to copy, press [YELLOW] button to delete and press [BLUE] button to open a
new folder.
o Switch: Press numeric button-5 to switch between submenus of “Media Player”.
o Sort: Press numeric button-6 to sort channels.
o Play mode: Press numeric button-8 to select play mode: Single/All/Random.
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Music
Select “Music” and press [OK] button to enter in its setup interface.
o Play List: Press numeric button-1 to display play list.
o FAV: Press numeric button-2 to set the chosen songs in Favorites.
o FAV ALL: Press numeric button-3 to set all songs in Favorites.
o Edit: Press numeric button-4 to edit. In this submenu, press [RED] button to rename, press [GREEN]
button to copy, press [YELLOW] button to delete and press [BLUE] button to open a new folder.
o Switch: Press numeric button-5 to switch between submenus of “Media Player”.
o Sort: Press numeric button-6 to sort channels.
o Repeat: Press numeric button-7 to choose play mode: Single repeated/All/Random.
Image
Select “Image” and press [OK] button to enter in its setup interface.
o Play List: Press [RED] button to display play list.
o FAV: Press [GREEN] button to set the chosen songs in Favorites.
o FAV ALL: Press [YELLOW] button to set all songs in Favorites.
o Edit: Press [BLUE] button to edit. In this submenu, press [RED] button to rename, press [GREEN]
button to copy, press [YELLOW] button to delete and press [BLUE] button to open a new folder.
o Switch: Press numeric button-5 to switch between submenus of “Media Player”.
o Sort: Press numeric button-6 to sort channels.
o Setup: Press numeric button-7 to enter in playback setting.
o MulitView: Press numeric button-8 to display multi images.
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4.1.2 Edit Channel
Move cursor to “Edit Channel” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. There are 3 options which
are listed below.
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TV Channel List
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Open TV Channel List. On the left is the list of all TV channels or free channels, on the right is a visible
small window for viewing the selected channel, and at the bottom is the navigation guide for all
operations. According to the navigation guide, user can conduct lots of operations on the TV channels as
follows:
Choose Channel: Use [CH▲/▼] buttons to select channels and press [OK] button to start watching.
Lock: Press [RED] button to lock the current channel.
Skip: Press [GREEN] button to set the current channel to be skipped when continues shift channels.
Move: Use [CH▲/▼] buttons to reorder the channel list.
Edit: Press [BLUE] button to enter in edit interface. Press [RED] button to sort channels in different
orders. Press [GREEN] button to edit current channel. Press [BLUE] button to delete the current
channel.
l Radio Channel List
All found radio channels will be listed here.
Refer to the operation of TV Channel List which defined in section “TV Channel List” for detailed
information..
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Delete All
Press [OK] button to delete all TV and Radio channels. Operate according to screen.
4.1.3 DVBT Installation
Move cursor to “DVBT Installation” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. There are 3 options
which are listed below. Use [CH▲/▼] buttons to select submenu, [OK] button to enter in its interface, [EXIT]
button to quit.
l DVBT Channel Scan
o Scan Mode: By Channel/By Frequency
o Scan Band: VHF/UHF
o Channel No.: Only available in “By channel” mode.
o Frequency: Only available in “By Frequency” mode.
o Bandwidth: 6MHZ/7MHZ/8MHZ
o Search: Press [OK] button to start search. Press [EXIT] button to quit and system will automatically
save the found channels.
o Signal Intensity:Indication bar of the intensity of signal.
o Signal Quality:Indication bar of the quality of signal.
l DVBT Auto Scan
o Country: Poland/ Russia/ Singapore/ Spain/ Sweden/ Taiwan/ United Kingdom/ Iran/ Argentina/
Austria/ China/ Demark/ Finland/ France/ German/ Hong-Kong/ Italy
o FTA Only: Yes/No
o Search: Press [OK] button to start search. Press [EXIT] button to quit and system will automatically
save the found channels.
l LCN
Move cursor to “LCN” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. In LCN on mode, the system will
automatically list the channels in the same order as in the signal stream; in LCN off mode, the system will list
the channels in an ascending order according to the channel numbers.
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4.1.4 System Setup
Move cursor to “System Setup” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. There are 12 options
which are listed below. Use [CH▲/▼] buttons to select submenu and press [OK] to enter in its interface,
press [EXIT] button to quit.
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Language
o OSD Language: English, Czech, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian.
o First Audio: English, Czech, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian.
o Second Audio: English, Czech, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian.
o Teletext: English, Czech, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian.
TV System
o Video Resolution: By source / By Native TV / 480i / 480p / 576i / 576p / 720p_50 / 720p_60 /
1080i_25 / 1080i_30 / 1080p_50 / 1080p_60 / 1080p_25 / 108 0p_30 / 1080p_24
o Aspect Mode: 16:9FS - 4:3 PS - 4:3 LB - 16:9PB
o Video Out: HDMI - RGB
o Digital Audio Out: BS out - LPCM Out
Display Setting
o Brightness/Contrast/Saturation/Hue: 0-100
o Sharpness: 0-10
Local Time Setting
o Region:Argentina/Australia/China/Denmark/Finland/France/German/HongKong/Italian/Poland/Russia/Singapore/Spain/Sweeden/Taiwan/United Kingdom
o GMT Usage: User Define, By Region, or Off.
o GMT Offset: Within the range of UTC+00:00-00:30.
o Date: Use navigation buttons to move cursor and numeric button to input date.
o Time: Use navigation buttons to move cursor and numeric button to input time.
NOTES
The “GMT Offset” will be available only when “User Define” is elected in “GMT Usage” mode.
The “Date” and “Time” will be available only when “Off” is elected in “GMT Usage” mode.
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Timer Setting
There are totally 8 timers.
o Timer Mode: Off/Once/Daily
o Timer Service: Channel/Record
o Wakeup Channel: Setup channel needs to be wake up.
o Wakeup Date: Setup timer date. Use navigation buttons to move cursor and numeric button to input
date.
o On Time: Setup time for timer to wake up. Use navigation and numeric button to input time.
o Duration: Setup long of the timer. Use navigation and numeric button to input time.
o PS Record
NOTE:
Timer function is not deviated when the DVB-T device is in working status.
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Parental Lock
Default password is “0000”.
o Menu Lock: On/Off.
o Channel Lock: Off / On
o Rating Lock: Off/Age 10/Age 12/Age 14/Age 16/Age 18
o New Password: Input password by press numeric buttons.
o Confirm Password: Input new password by press numeric buttons.
OSD Setting
o OSD Timeout: 1-10 seconds
o OSD Transparency: Off/10%/20%/30%/40%
Favorite
Press [OK] button to rename favorites.
Multiview Setting
o 3x3Pictures/4+1 Pictures
PVR Storage Information
Press [OK] button browse relevant information of the storage
o Volume/Total size/Free size/Rec size/TMS size/File size/File system
PVR Setting
o Timeshift: ON/OFF
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Jump: 30 sec/1 min/ 5 min/ 10 min/ 30 min
Timeshift to Record: ON/OFF
PS Record: ON/OFF
NOTE
Tips for record real-time channel program
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Connect USB device with receiver.
Turn on “Time Shift” mode.
Press [PAUSE] button to stop the TV program and the receiver will start recording as much as the USB device
capacity is. Press [PLAY] button to continue watch the program from the stopped.
Use [F.REW] and [F.FWD] buttons to forward or backward of recorded program. There are 5 options,
2 ×4 ×8 ×16 and ×32.
Press [INFO] button twice to enter in “HDD Record List” interface, choose one of it and press [OK] button to
watching by full screen.
The recorded program will be eased automatically once channel has been shifted.
Other
o Tuner Power: ON/OFF
o Channel Play Type: All/Free/Scrambled
o Auto Standby: ON/OFF
o Loop Through (RF Output): ON/OFF
4.1.5 Tools
Move cursor to “Tools” and press [OK] button to enter in its submenu. There are 6 options which are
listed below.
l Information
Move cursor to “Information” and press [OK] button to display information of the device.
l Factory Setting
Move cursor to “Factory Setting” and press [OK] button to load factory default. The default password is
“0000”.This step must be done at first time use or after upgrade. Please operate according to screen.
l Othello (game)
l Sudoku (game)
l Upgrade by USB
o Upgrade Mode: All Code/Main Code/ Radioback/Defaultdb
o Upgrade File: Select the correctly upgrade file which named ended with “.abs”.
o Start: Start upgrading.
l Remove USB Device Safely
Move cursor to “Remove USB device safely” and press [OK] button to confirm. After this step is done,
user can remove the storage device safely.
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5 The menus
The menu map:
Media Player
▼
Edit Channel
▼
PVR
TV Channel list
Video
Music
Main Menu
▼
Installation
▼
System Setup
▼
Tools
▼
Language
Information
Radio Channel list
TV system
Factory Setting
Delete All
Display setting
Othello
Image
Local Time Setting
Sudoku
Delete All
Timer Setting
Upgrade by USB
Rename Favourite
Lists
Parental Lock
Remove USB device
safely
DVBT Installation
OSD setting
Favorite
Multiview Setting
PVR Storage
Information
PVR setting
Other
CAUTION
The menus are simple and easy to navigate: use arrows, OK, numbers and coloured buttons; also, follow the instructions
given in the bottom toolbar.
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6 Problem solver
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Make sure the mains lead is properly
1. The receiver does not start (the The mains lead is not plugged in.
plugged in.
LED on the front panel display is not
The mains lead is plugged in but the Unplug mains lead and check it for
lighted up).
receiver still does not work.
damage (RISK of electric shock!).
Verify the antenna installation and
No signal or a poor signal.
signal quality.
SCART/HDMI cable or antenna cable Check the connection of SCART,
not connected properly or damaged.
HDMI and antenna cables.
Choose a proper HDMI resolution
Wrong HDMI resolution.
2. No Video or Audio signal.
viewing the menu with the SCART.
Adjust the audio volume of the TV set
Audio volume low or zero.
and the receiver.
Make sure the AV channel is selected
AV channel not selected on TV set.
on the TV set (consult related user
manual).
Check for a signal using the receiver
No antenna signal.
menu.
3. The channel scan gives no results.
Your antenna system is not still Ask for an antenna technician help.
compliant with the target channel.
Manually scan for channels.
4. You have forgotten the Password.
Refer to section 4.1.5 of the manual.
Unplug the mains lead of the receiver
The receiver is temporarily blocked.
for at least one minute and then plug it
back in.
Reboot the box without the antenna
The target channel transmits wrong connection, delete the problematic
data.
channel, then connect again the
5. The receiver does not interact with
antenna.
the remote control buttons.
The remote control is not being Make sure nothing is obstructing the
directed towards the receiver.
front panel.
The remote control batteries are flat.
Change batteries.
The batteries have been inserted in
Check the battery polarities.
the wrong direction.
The remote control has been dropped
Contact the local dealer and buy a
and its internal components have
new remote control.
been damaged.
Format the disk. See also the PVR
USB memory not formatted properly.
Storage Information menu (section
4.1.4).
6. The USB mass storage device is
not recognized or doesn’t work USB device incompatible or memory
Change USB memory.
properly.
speed not enough for the recording.
The USB memory needs additional Apply an auxiliary power supply unit to
current.
the USB device or change disk.
The target program transmits a wrong
7. The scheduled recording/event
Set the time from the menu
time information or the receiver time
timer doesn’t work properly.
(section4.1.4).
has not been set correctly.
Setup the Timeshift function (section
Timeshift disabled.
4.1.4).
8. Timeshift doesn’t work.
Problems with the recording or USB
Check related items of this table.
device.
Recording forbidden. The broadcaster
is protecting the digital content.
9. Recording doesn’t run.
Memory is full.
Clear some space on USB disk.
10. Multimedia files don’t run.
Type of file or codec not compatible.
Convert the file/codec properly.
CAUTION: Generally, in case of dysfunctional behaviours of the receiver, a factory reset (section 4.1.5) or a system
reboot could solve the problem.
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7 Technical Specifications
Product type
Input frequency range
Bandwidth
Front Panel Display
Menu language
OSD menu
Teletext (ETSI EN 300 472)
Subtitle ( ETSI EN 300 706)
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
RF modulator
Antenna Power
Video format ratio
Coaxial Digital Audio Output (SPDIF)
Optical Digital Audio Output (SPDIF)
HDMI Output
TV SCART Output
VCR SCART Output
Aux Stereo Audio Output
Video Output RCA
RS232 Serial Data Port
USB Port
Supported external USB disk:
(optional)
USB Media Player
USB Recording
Software Upgrade
Factory Reset Function
Favourite Channel List
Timer Reservation
Auto-Standby (power saving)
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Power Consumption
Dimensions
Free to air digital terrestrial receiver DVB-T2 HD with USB
177,5÷226,5 MHz (VHF) / 470÷858 MHz (UHF)
7 / 8 MHz
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English, Czech, French, Deutsch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian
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via RF IN
5V , 30mA Max
16:9Full Screen / 16:9Pillar Box / 4:3 Full Screen / 4:3 Letter Box
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HDMI v. 1.3
Video RGB/CVBS, Audio L+R
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On front panel - USB v2.0
5V , 500mA Max
File System: FAT 16 / FAT32 / NTFS
Hard Disk (HDD): 500 GB Max
Flash Stick (Pen-drive): 32GB Max
JPG Photo, MP3 Music, MPEG2/MPEG4 Video
From internal TV tuner source
Via USB
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176~264V, 50/60Hz
Standby mode: ≤0,5 W (TYP)
Operate mode without USB connection: 4W (TYP)
Operate mode with HDD connected: 10W Max
155x98x38 mm
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Product Code
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Free to air digital terrestrial receiver DVB-T2 HD with USB
Fuba ODE8200 T2HD
CE conformity declaration
Tele System Electronic states that this product meets the basic requirements of the European directives
2009/125/EC (Energy related Products - ErP), 2004/108/EC (Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC) and
2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive - LVD), following the technical standards:
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Electromagnetic compatibility:
EN 55013: 2001+A1: 2003+A2: 2006
EN 55020: 2007+A11:2011
EN 61000-3-2: 2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3: 2008
• Low Voltage:
EN 60065: 2002+A1:2006+A11:2008+A2:2010+A12:2011
Bressanvido, 2014, Nov, 22
Flavio de Poli
President
ITALY
TELE System Electronic
Via dell’Artigianato, 35
36050 Bressanvido (VI)
Internet: www.fuba.com
Customer service: 199 214 444 (Italy only)
Rev. 00 del 22/11/2014
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