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THS816
User Manual
Bedienungsanleitung
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MODEL DIGITAL HD SATELLITE RECEIVER THS816
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Safety Instructions
1.2 Storage
1.3 Equipment Set-up
1.4 Accessories
1.5 Usage of external USB devices
2.0 YOUR RECEIVER
2.1 DEFAULT PIN-CODE: 0000
2.2 Front Panel
2.3 Rear Panel
2.4 Remote Control
2.5 Inserting the batteries
2.6 Using the remote control
3.0 CONNECTIONS
3.1 Connection via HDMI or SCART
3.2 Optional connection via DiSEqC 1.0 switch for up to 4 LNBs
3.3 Connection to the Internet for RSS feeds and weather forecasts
3.4 Extended connections for the home entertainment
4.0 STARTING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME
4.1 Language and Video Settings
4.2 Antenna Setup
4.3 Channel list selection
4.4 Regional Channels
5.0 QUICK GUIDE TO USING YOUR RECEIVER
6.0 OPERATION
6.1 Changing channels
6.2 Info Banner
6.3 Selection of audio language
6.4 Teletext
6.5 Subtitles
6.6 Changing the video settings
6.7 EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
7.0 MAIN MENU
7.1 Installation
7.2 Channels
7.3 Settings
7.4 Multimedia
7.5 Update
7.6 CA Menu
7.7 Network
8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
9.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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1.1 Safety Instructions
Read all of the instructions before operating the device. Keep these instructions well for later use.
-- Only use attachments/accessories specified or provided by the manufacturer (such as the exclusive
supply adapter, battery etc.).
-- Please refer to the information on the product enclosure for electrical and safety information before
installing or operating the apparatus.
-- To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
-- The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items, such as
newspaper, table-cloths, curtains, etc.
-- The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
indicates a risk of electric shock.
-- The mark
-- To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
-- Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
types.
-- The battery (battery or batteries or battery pack) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
-- Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss.
Listening to music at high volume levels and for extended durations can damage one's hearing.
-- In order to reduce the risk of damage to hearing, one should lower the volume to a safe,
comfortable level, and reduce the amount of time listening at high levels.
-- The mains plug or appliance coupler is used as disconnect device, it shall remain readily operable.
When not in use and during movement, please take care of the power cord set, e.g. tie up the
power cord set with cable tie or something like that. It shall be free from sharp edges or similar
which can cause abrasion of the power cord set. When put into use again, please make sure the
power cord is not damaged. The absence of a light indication on the apparatus does not mean that
it is fully disconnected from the mains. To disconnect the apparatus completely, the mains plug must
be pulled out.
-- Attention should be drawn to environmental aspects of battery disposal.
-- No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus.
-- To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other open flames away from this product at all
times.
-Equipment with this symbol is a Class II or double insulated electrical appliance. It has been
designed in such a way that it does not require a safety connection to electrical earth.
Precautions
-- Never try to open the device. It is dangerous to touch the inside of the device due to high voltages
and possible electrical hazards. Opening the device will void the warranty of the product. Refer all
maintenance or servicing to suitably qualified personnel.
-- When you are connecting cables, be sure that the device is disconnected from the mains supply
voltage. Wait a few seconds after switching off the device before you move the device or disconnect
any equipment.
-- It is a necessity that you only use an approved extension and compatible wiring that is suitable for
the electrical power consumption of the installed equipment. Please ensure that the electrical power
supply corresponds with the voltage on the electrical identification plate at the back of the device.
Operating Environment
-- Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit.
-- Do not use the set near damp, and cold areas, protect the set from overheating.
-- Keep away from direct sunlight.
-- Do not use the set near dust place.
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
-- Do not attach candle to accessible opening area, to avoid flammable foreign material from entering
the device.
WEEE Directive
Correct Disposal of this product. This marking indicates that this product should not be
disposed with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the
environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use
the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased.
They can take this product for environmental safe recycling.
1.2 Storage
Your device has been carefully checked and packed before shipping. When unpacking it, make sure
that all the parts are included and keep the packaging away from children. We recommend that you
keep the carton during the warranty period, to keep your device perfectly protected in the event of
repair or warranty.
1.3 Equipment Set-up
We recommend you to consult a professional installer to set up your equipment. Otherwise, please
follow the instructions below:
-- Refer to the user manual of your TV and your antenna.
-- Make sure that the SCART/HDMI cable and outdoor components are in a good condition and the
SCART/HDMI connections are well shielded and from good quality.
This user manual provides complete instructions for installing and using this receiver. The following
symbols will serve as follows.
WARNING
Indicates warning information.
NOTE
Indicates any other additional important or helpful information.
MENURepresents a button on the remote control or the receiver.
(Bold characters)
Move toRepresents a menu item within a screen.
(Italic characters)
1.4 Accessories
-- Installation instructions
-- 1x remote control unit
-- 2x batteries (AAA type)
-- 1x power adapter 12 V DC, 1,5 A
WARNING:The batteries should not be recharged, disassembled, electrically shortcircuited, be mixed or used with other types of batteries. If rechargeable
accumulators instead of batteries are going to be used, we recommend
using (e.g. NiMH) types with low self-discharge to ensure long time
operation of remote control.
NOTE:For the appropriate usage with this device, use only power adapters as
listed below (in case of a necessary exchange):
-- Model: CH-AS120150E7xR; Manufacturer: Sichuan Changhong Electronic Component Co., Ltd.
-- Model: TB-AS120150E6xR; Manufacturer: Ten Pao Electronics (Huizhou) Co., Ltd.
-- Model: CY-AS120150E5xR; Manufacturer: Jiangsu Chenyang Electron Co., Ltd.
The usage of other power adapters may cause damage to the device. Such damage is not covered
under warranty.
1.5 Usage of external USB devices
-- It is recommended to use USB 2.0 or higher storage devices. If your device is not compatible to USB
2.0 specifications, multimedia functions or software update might not work properly.
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2.0 YOUR RECEIVER
2.1 DEFAULT PIN-CODE: 0000
2.2 Front Panel
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1. LED DisplayDisplays channel number in TV mode and the time in Standby
mode
2. IR SensorReceives the RCU commands.
3. Indicator LEDGREEN indicates that the receiver is currently ON, RED indicates
that the receiver is currently in Standby mode.
4. STBY/ONSwitches the receiver ON or into Standby.
5. USBTo connect your USB storage device for multimedia functions or
software update.
2.3 Rear Panel
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1. SAT INTo connect to the LNB of your satellite antenna for reception of
satellite broadcast signal.
2. IRTo connect the separately available IR extender.
3. EthernetTo connect to to your home network via switch, router or modem.
4. HDMITo connect to the HDMI input of your TV set using a good quality
HDMI cable.
5. S/PDIF (coax.)To connect to a digital amplifier or home theatre set.
6. TV SCARTTo optionally connect to your TV set using a SCART cable.
7. Power adapterTo connect to the original included main power adapter (Input 100
~240 V 50~60 Hz/ Output 12 V DC
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2.4 Remote Control
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1. qSwitches the receiver On/Standby
2. !Mutes audio output of the receiver in every mode incl. videotext,
the symbol will not be shown within menu mode
3. 0~9Channel selection or value input
4. TV/RToggles between TV and RADIO mode
5. No function
6. FAVOpens the favourite list selection if previously configured
7. 9Opens the recently watched channel list or switches between the
two last previously watched channels*
8. AUDIOOpens the list of audio languages
9. INFOShows the actual channel information (2x event info, 3x technical
info)
10.EPGOpens the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) in TV mode
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-- If you are going to use external USB HDD (Hard Disk Drive) please consider that it might be the
case that the power specifications exceed the supported output of your receiver (5 V/500 mA). If so,
please connect your USB HDD to an according external power adapter.
-- STRONG cannot guarantee compatibility with all types of USB storage devices.
-- It is advised not to store important information on USB storage devices used with the receiver.
Always make backups of data on your USB storage device before using it with this receiver. STRONG
will not take responsibility for any loss of information or circumstances caused by loss of information.
-- For a proper performance with this receiver your USB device must be formatted to FAT32.
-- Playback of files cannot be guaranteed although extensions are listed, as it depends on the codec,
data bit rate and resolution (all MPEG codec formats are supported).
11.pqMenu Off: Change channel to next/previous. Menu On: Moves the
cursor up/down
12.t uMenu Off: Decreases/increases the volume level. Menu On: Change
settings and navigation in menu
13.OKMenu Off: Displays the current channel list. Menu On: Opens
the highlighted setting or for confirmation. In Videotext mode:
Changing the transparency in 3 stages
14.MENUOpens the main menu; Within the menu switches to TV mode
15.One step back from each menu or to cancel actions
16.VOL+/VOL-Increases/decreases the volume in all modes (with TV picture in BG/
Videotext)
17.P+/P-Scroll page wise in all lists
18.LISTOpens the satellite list in TV mode. In EPG and Timer mode it opens
the Timer list
19.CH+/CH-Channel up/down
20.OPTOpens the settings for TV format, aspect ratio and resolution
21.TEXTOpens the videotext if available
22.SUBShows the list of DVB-subtitles if available
23.Gives direct access to mails from your broadcaster
24.2In Multimedia mode: To pause the playback of a file
25.RWD/FFIn Multimedia mode: Fast rewind/Fast forward
26.4No function
27.uIn Multimedia mode: Starts the playback of a selected file (Preview)
28.7 8In Multimedia mode: During playback to jump to the previous/next
file
29.3In Multimedia mode: Stops the playback of the selected file
30.REDIn menu for specific functions
31.GREENIn menu for specific functions
32.YELLOWIn menu for specific functions
33.BLUEIn menu for specific functions
* Depending on the System setting Recent channel list; allows you to call the channel list with up to 30 recently watched channels
2.5 Inserting the batteries
Fig. 4
NOTE:The batteries must not be recharged, disassembled, electrically shortcircuited, be mixed or used with other types of batteries.
2.6 Using the remote control
Fig. 5
NOTE:The remote control will not operate if its path is blocked or affected by
bright/stroboscopic light.
3.0 CONNECTIONS
3.1 Connection via HDMI or SCART
Fig. 6
Connect the LNB of your satellite antenna to the SAT IN connector of your receiver using a good
quality coaxial cable and suitable ‘F-connector' plugs.
Connect one end of a good quality HDMI cable to the HDMI connector of your receiver and the other
end to the HDMI input of your TV set.
Plug the power adapter jack to the receiver and the other end to a suitable wall outlet.
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3.2 Optional connection via DiSEqC 1.0 switch for up to 4 LNBs
Fig. 7
Connect the LNBs of your fixed antenna to the desired inputs of a DiSEqC 1.0 switch using a good
quality coaxial cable and suitable ‘F-connectors'.
Connect the output or “to receiver” of the DiSEqC 1.0 switch to the SAT IN connector on your receiver
using a good quality coaxial cable and suitable ‘F-connectors'.
Plug the power adapter jack to the receiver and the other end to a suitable wall outlet.
3.3 Connection to the Internet for RSS feeds and weather forecasts
Fig. 8
To use RSS feeds and weather forecast, the receiver must be connected to the Internet. Connect the
Ethernet (RJ-45) connector at least with a class CAT5E cable to your router/switch/Extender or similar
applicable equipment, which provides access to the Internet.
3.4 Extended connections for the home entertainment
Fig. 9
Connecting to a Digital Audio Amplifier with S/PDIF
By connecting your receiver to a digital amplifier or home theatre system, you can enjoy the best
possible sound quality and multi-channel audio (depending on broadcast). Connect your Digital
Audio Amplifier or home theatre system with a suitable cinch cable to the S/PDIF connector on the
back of the receiver
Connecting to a digital audio amplifier and TV using HDMI
If you want to connect your home theater, amplifier or AV receiver using HDMI, connect one end of
a high-quality HDMI cable to the HDMI connector on your receiver and the other end to the HDMI
input on your digital audio device.
The HDMI output of the digital audio device is then connected to the TV with another high-quality
HDMI cable. Select the appropriate input on your digital audio device as well as on the TV to use high
quality audio and video signals.
4.0 STARTING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME
Ensure that your satellite signal is of good quality and that all connections are properly setup. In
case of difficulties or questions, please ask your local dealer or service hotline for assistance. It is
recommended to follow the First Time Installation gradually. It will guide you through the basic
installation and setup process. You can enjoy digital HD broadcasts within just a few minutes. To enjoy
the complete range of channels and to watch your preferred scrambled services, please register with
the enclosed registration form at ORF-DIGITAL-DIREKT.
If you have further questions about your registration, you can directly contact the ORF-DIGITALService-Hotline (0800 700 600). Please have your Device-ID (Gerätenummer) ready.
4.1 Language and Video Settings
After connecting your receiver for the first time, the OSD Language, Aspect Ratio, Aspect Conversion
and HDMI Resolution menus will be shown. Change your language with t u and use pq to select
the other settings. For these settings, you can also use OK to show a list of available settings. Adjust
the Aspect Ratio according to your TV (4:3 for an analogue CTV set and 16:9 for your new flat
screen/HD TV) and select the Conversion of your preference.
For HDMI Resolution the default setting 720p is recommended, but many TVs already support higher
resolutions. Therefore, you can choose 1080p.
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Optional: Connect one end of a good quality Scart cable to the TV SCART of your receiver and the
other end to the SCART input of your TV set.
NOTE:If you select an HDMI resolution which is not supported by your TV, the
receiver will switch to the previous setting automatically after ~10 sec. If
you can see the displayed message, please confirm the selected resolution
by pressing OK.
During any stage of the First Time Installation, you can press BLUE Next to go to the next step or
YELLOW Previous to get back to the previous step.
4.2 Antenna Setup
This receiver is already adjusted for reception of Astra 19.2 satellite with the correct settings. Per
default it is setup for DiSEqC port 1, but you can use the setting as well if you are not connected to
any switch. You only need to change these settings if you are not connected to Astra 19.2 or this
satellite is not connected to port 1 of your DiSEqC switch. To adjust your antenna settings for the
Satellite, LNB Power, LNB Type, LNB Freq, DiSEqC 1.0 and Transponder correctly, use the t u and
pq buttons.
For user convenience which have a multi dish installation, the Auto DiSEqC Scan* function is
supported, which can be activated by pressing the GREEN button.
For further details and information about the settings, see chapter 7.1.1 Antenna Setup.
In the First Time Installation, it is possible to adjust the settings for up to 4 satellite positions. To
proceed within the First Time Installation, use the BLUE Next button to follow the steps.
* This new function can recognise available satellites in the persisting antenna installation. The predefined satellites are: Astra 19.2E,
Astra 23.5E, Astra 28.2E, HotBird 13.0E and Eutelsat 9.0E.
4.3 Channel list selection
In this menu, you can choose your channel list by pressing pq.
You can choose between ORF List, simpliTV List, Family List and Young Spirit, depending
on your preferences (an overview about the different channels can be found on our website
www.thomsonstb.net).
In the ORF List you can find mainly Austrian ORF HD channels, respectively the most popular and
preferred German and Austrian Free-To-Air TV channels in SD and HD.
The simpliTV List includes all ORF HD, Austrian private HD channels and those available with an
additional simpliTV SAT HD subscription. Additionally, it provides quick access to popular German and
international Free-to-Air channels. The simpliTV List will be maintained by the broadcaster. Individual
changes can be made if channels have been moved to favourite lists.
The Family list and Young Spirit provides a mixed selection of Austrian and German HD channels, but
in different sequences.
To continue with the first-time installation, press the BLUE Next key.
4.4 Regional Channels
Use pq to decide which ORF2 HD channel should be placed at the 2nd position of the selected
channel list. Press OK to confirm.
After your regional channel is set, press the BLUE Next button to finish the first-time installation. Your
receiver will execute the respective search and afterwards switches automatically to the 1st channel of
your selected list.
Details for a channel search can be found in the chapter 7.1.3 Channel search.
5.0 QUICK GUIDE TO USING YOUR RECEIVER
We understand that you eagerly anticipate enjoying your new HD receiver. We do, however,
recommend reading the full user manual to get the best performance of your THOMSON HD
receiver.
To switch your receiver ON or to Standby, use the q button on the remote control. Choose a channel
with pq or the CH+/CH- buttons. Alternatively, you can choose the channel number with the 0~9
buttons on the remote control or press OK in viewing mode to display the channel list. The volume
can be adjusted with t u or the VOL+/VOL- buttons. The usage of VOL+/VOL- and ! is possible
in ALL menus which present a TV picture in the background and can be additionally used in the
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* Programme information are displayed in case of availability. Availability depends on the broadcast.
Note:5 min after switching the receiver into Standby it will enter the deep sleep
mode. Within this time the receiver is able to start up quickly. Starting up
from deep sleep takes approx. 35 seconds.
6.0 OPERATION
In viewing mode, several features are available to make watching TV a true pleasure. This chapter
describes these features. Please also read chapter 7.0 to get familiar with the menu of your new
receiver.
6.1 Changing channels
Your new receiver is equipped with three ways to change channels.
1. Via direct access
2. Via the channel list
3. Via the CH+/CH- or pq buttons
4. Via using the 9 button
6.1.1 Direct access
To gain direct access to a certain channel, simply input its number with the 0~9 buttons on the
remote control. Channel numbers can be up to four digits long. Entering a number with less than four
digits is possible. After entering the channel number just wait a few seconds or press OK and your
receiver will switch to the selected channel.
Note:When using the simpliTV List some channel numbers may not be
assigned or present in the list. Channels which have been searched
manually or been added personally (e.g. when you had installed another
list before installing the simpliTV List) will be assigned from channel
number 400 onwards.
6.1.2 Channel list
Press OK in viewing mode to display the channel list. In the header section the corresponding name
of the selected channel list will be displayed. Use pq inside the channel list to highlight your channel
of choice and press OK to switch to the highlighted channel.
The channel list is equipped with a filter function to make it easier to find your favourite channels.
While in the channel list, press RED. An alphabet banner will now be displayed. Use pq or P+/P- to
select the first letter or number of the channel you wish to filter for and press OK or t to change
to the filtered list. All channels, beginning with the chosen letter, will now be listed at the left side
(ascending order by channel number). Then use the buttons as usually to select the desired channel.
Afterwards, the normal channel list is displayed again. To quickly switch between your preferred
channels, use the 9 button to display the list of Recently watched channels.
The following buttons are available in the channel list and in viewing mode:
TV/R:Toggles between TV and radio channels, in channel list changes the list
mode.
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videotext mode. P+/P- enables you to scroll page wise in all lists, which allows you to select channels
or other items as conveniently as possible.
To open the channel and programme* information, press the INFO button in viewing mode. In this
state it is possible to use t u to display channel and programme information about other channels
without switching channels, but however in this mode you can also switch to the selected channel
by pressing OK. Press INFO twice to display detailed programme information of the current or next
programme. For the current programme information use t u to change between the current and
next event information. In the respective programme information you can use P+/P- to scroll if
applicable. If you press the button a third time, technical details of this channel will be displayed. Press
INFO or  to close the information.
LIST:Opens the satellite list selection in viewing and list mode in case there is
more than 1 satellite installed.
FAV:
Displays the favourite list selection in both modes. Details about creating
favourite lists can be found in chapter 7.2.1 TV Channel Manager.
To return to the original respectively to the previous channel list /mode use TV/R or LIST.
6.1.3 Using the CH+/CH- buttons
CH+ or p will switch to a higher channel.
CH- or q will switch a lower channel.
6.1.4 Using the 9 button
In order to quickly switch between your most preferred channels, use 9 to view the list of Recently
watched channels. This list contains up to 30 recently watched channels. As this list is temporary it will
be recreated each time after you switch on your receiver. In the Settings > System Settings menu, the
Recent channel list option can also be set to Off, in this case pressing the 9 button switches between
the 2 last watched channels.
6.2 Info Banner
Any time during viewing mode you can press the INFO button to get info about the current channel
and programme*.
In this state, it is possible to use t u to display channel and programme information about other
channels without switching channels, but however in this mode you can also switch to the selected
channel by pressing OK. Press INFO twice to display detailed programme information of the current
or next programme. For the current programme information use t u to change between the current
and next event information. In the respective programme information, you can use P+/P- to scroll if
applicable. If you press the button a third time, technical details of this channel will be displayed. The
technical information might help you in case of reception or similar problems to see if the channel
provides Audio/Video PIDs and if the signal is of sufficient quality and strength additionally you can
find the Device-ID (Gerätenummer) in this screen. Press INFO or  to close the information.
Settings for the display duration can be set in menu 7.3.2 System Settings.
* Programme information are displayed in case of availability. Availability depends on the broadcast.
6.3 Selection of audio language
Some channels support a choice of different audio formats and/or languages. To select another
audio language, press AUDIO in the viewing mode. A list with the available audio languages will be
displayed. Press pq to select an audio language or mode and confirm with OK. It is also possible to
select another audio mode with t u. To confirm your settings press OK to apply.
6.4 Teletext
Your receiver includes a fully featured Teletext. To access Teletext, press the TEXT button in viewing
mode and enter the page number of choice with the 0~9 buttons. You can use pq t u like
described on screen for selection and scrolling through Teletext pages. If you would like to change the
transparency of the Videotext, press OK. In this mode the usage of VOL+/VOL- and ! is supported
as well. If subpages are available at the current page, use t u to select and with P+/P- you can scroll
fast through the pages +100/-100. Press  or TEXT to quit.
6.5 Subtitles
Some channels support a choice of different DVB subtitle languages. Press the SUB button in viewing
mode to display a list of available subtitle languages. Use the pq buttons for selection and confirm
with OK. To leave this menu use .
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NOTE:DVB subtitles on Astra 19.2 are currently available on different German
channels: Das Erste HD, ZDF HD, 3sat HD, arteHD, WDR HD and other
popular channels. If you switch the Subtitles Display to On, the according
subtitles will be displayed automatically in case of availability for this
channel/movie. When the setting is Off subtitles can be temporary
opened. Further information about subtitles can be found on the
broadcaster's own videotext pages or websites.
6.6 Changing the video settings
Press the OPT button in viewing mode to change settings like HDMI Resolution, Aspect Ratio and
Aspect Conversion or to have a look on the current settings. To select use pq and to change use
t u. After all settings have been made, press  to quit.
NOTE:If you select an HDMI resolution which isn't supported by your TV, the
receiver will switch to the previous settings automatically after ~10 sec. If
you can see the displayed message, please confirm the selected resolution
by pressing OK.
6.7 EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) provides an information overview on the current television
programme. The information is provided by the respective broadcaster and may not be available for
all channels.
Therein you will find programme information and overviews and you can also programme a timer (for
viewing or with your VCR).
To open, press the EPG button in TV mode. By default, the Grid EPG is set, which gives you a better
overview of the current programme on several different channels. On the left you will see the channel
list, on the right the events preview with the event information for the next hours. The corresponding
short information about the selected event is displayed in the upper right of the screen with the
start and end of the event. Use the pq buttons to select the desired channel, then press OK to
switch to the channel and load its information. If you press OK again on you will directly switch to TV
mode. Use u to highlight a particular event of the selected channel. Press INFO to display detailed
information and press  to close it again. Press the BLUE button to go 6 hours forwards and press
the YELLOW button to go 6h backwards (not further than to current time). To go directly to the
current time, use the GREEN button. The RED button allows you to book a timer for a selected event
and with LIST you can open the timer list.
For details on editing timers, see chapter 7.3.4 Timer, the function is identical.
Use the EPG button to switch to Single EPG.
Single EPG
In this form of the EPG, you always see the list of information for the selected channel on the right
where you can use pq to select an event. The corresponding event description is located in the
lower area. To go to the next or previous day, use the BLUE and YELLOW buttons, to return to the
current content use the GREEN button. The remaining functions stay as described above. To switch
to the Grid EPG use the EPG button and to leave the menu use  or press OK for a 2nd time on the
selected channel.
NOTE:Availability of EPG data depends on broadcast and can be displayed for up
to 7 days. If you are opening the EPG just after the receiver was switched
on or you change to another transponder we recommend to wait for a
short moment in order to collect the data.
7.0 MAIN MENU
Press MENU in viewing mode to display the main menu. All important settings and features of your
receiver can be operated from there. It consists of the following sub-menus: Installation, Channels,
Settings, Multimedia, Update, CA Menu and Network
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Use t u to select a sub-menu and pq to choose an option. Press OK to open the chosen
submenu.
7.1 Installation
Press MENU and select Installation with t u. The following sub-menus are available: Antenna
Setup, Motor Setting, Channel Search and Factory Reset.
7.1.1 Antenna Setup
In this menu, you can change and adapt settings for the antenna(s) and their transponders. Use the
t u buttons to change settings, and use pq to select an item, or press OK to list the settings. For
the default setting of DiSEqC 1.0, you can set the parameters for up to 4 satellite positions Port 1-4.
SatellitePress OK to open the list of available satellites. Select the desired satellite
with pq or P+/P- and confirm with OK.
LNB PowerIf necessary, you can change the LNB voltage using the t u buttons.
LNB TypeSelect the desired LNB type using the t u buttons if you are not using a
universal LNB. Available are: C Band, SatCR and User defined.
LNB FreqDisplays the corresponding values ​​​​for the LNB type. 4 adjustments are
possible.
22 KHz ToneNot configurable at Universal LNB Type.
DiSEqC 1.0If DiSEqC 1.0 is used, up to 4 positions can be linked to satellites.
DiSEqC 1.1If DiSEqC 1.1 is used, up to 16 positions can be linked to satellites.
SystemIf you set Sat CR, here you can choose a number from 1-9.
IF ChannelIf you are using Sat CR, you can set the IF channel here.
Center FrequencyIf you are using Sat CR, you can enter the corresponding frequency here.
TransponderPress OK to open the list of available transponders for the selected satellite
to check the reception or select for channel search on it.
If Transponder is highlighted, the channel search can be started on this TP by using the RED Search
button or just press OK, the GREEN Auto DiSEqC Search* button allows you to search for available
satellites in the existing antenna installation.
* This function can find available satellites within the already persisting installation. The preconfigured satellites are: Astra 19.2E, Astra
23.5E, Astra 28.2E, HotBird 13.0E and Eutelsat 9.0E.
7.1.2 Motor Setting
If you are using DiSEqC 1.2 or USALS, you can install satellites which are received by a motorised
dish. For the correct installation and positioning of your motor, we recommend the support/advice
of a professional and experienced installer. Here you can configure the motor type and set the motor
position for a satellite that you want to receive.
SatellitePress OK to open the list of available satellites and select one by using the
pq or P+/P- buttons, then press OK again for confirmation.
TransponderPress OK to open the list of available transponders if you like to set a specific
transponder for the selected satellite.
DiSEqC MotorChoose between DiSEqC 1.2 and USALS or Off. Per default it is Off because
of pre-defined setup for DiSEqC 1.0.
DiSEqC 1.2 selection
Move step-wisePress t u to move your antenna east or west. Move carefully until you see
that both signal beams have an acceptable reception level. When you find
the selected satellite, press  and select Yes to save the position.
Move continuouslyUse this function to move quickly to a desired position by holding down
the t or u key, depending on the direction in which you want to move the
antenna. Also, be very careful with it, so you do not bump into obstacles.
LimitPress OK to open this sub-menu, which allows you to set the mechanical
limits for your motor. This is only necessary if your antenna is mounted
which means, that a wall, a tree or similar physical blockages could interfere
with a free movement of the antenna or motor.
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NOTE:For detailed information about correct geographic values of your location,
visit websites such as dishpointer.com, itouchmap.com, or other reliable
sources such as professional journals.
7.1.3 Channel Search
In this menu, you can perform an automatic, network or transponder search. You can also search for
channels on all installed satellites. Use the pq buttons to highlight the desired item and use t u to
change the settings.
Satellite:Here you will find a list of satellites, only select a satellite/s which is available
in your installation or have been configured previously.
If this option is marked, the name and position can be changed using the
RED Rename Satellite button. To do this use pq and t u, on the shown
keyboard, to navigate.
Transponder:Use the t u buttons to switch between the transponders of the selected
satellite. You can also press OK to list them. Use pq or P+/P- to scroll
through the list. Confirm your selection with OK. Press the RED button to
Edit TP, the GREEN to Add TP or YELLOW to Delete Current TP. Details can
be found in chapter 7.1.3.1 Edit, add or delete transponders.
Channel typeUse t u to select the channels you'd like to search for: All, only Free-to-air
or Encrypted channels.
Scan mode
TV & Radio searches for TV and radio channels, TV only for TV channels
and radio only for radio channels.
Search forUse t u to select the search type to be performed. You can choose
between the following options:
One Satellite:Searching on the selected satellite.
Selected Satellites:Search for all installed satellites. * This option displays a menu for selecting
the installed satellites. After selection, please use the RED Search key to
continue the search.
NIT Table:NIT Scan on the selected satellite.
simpliTV List:With this option you can install the simpliTV list at a later stage. In this case,
previously installed or available channels are kept and will be integrated
in the simpliTV list. TV or radio channels which are not included in the
simpliTV list are listed starting with channel number 400 and cannot be
edited. The order of the channels can be edited in My TV List therefore see
chapter 7.2.1 TV Channel Manager.
One Transponder:Search on the transponder selected in above.
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Save to this positionYou can store this position between 0 and 63, OK can be used again as
described above.
Save/RecalculationWith Save and Recalculate, you can set whether the position should be
saved or a new calculation should be made after setting this position.
Go to positionPress OK to move the motor to the centre position. This is only necessary
for the first time to set the antenna correctly. Then you can also select a
number of a position you already have stored or check the antenna position.
USALS selection
Configure the motor position by using the USALS function. Enter your
geographic location. The motor is able to calculate all available satellite
positions, preconditioned this function is also supported by the motor. Use
pq to select the Antenna Position sub-menu.
Antenna position:Press OK to open the submenu. Use the 0 ~ 9 buttons to enter the degree
of longitude. Next, select East or West, then 0 ~ 9 to enter the latitude.
Finally, specify North or South. Finally, select Save and press OK to confirm
your entries.
Go to positionPress OK to move the motor to the desired satellite position. After
computation, you can also select other satellites, go to Satellite and select
the desired one from the list.
After choosing the desired settings, press OK to start the channel search, or press  to exit the menu
without scanning.
* Only available if more than one satellite has been setup.
NOTE:Network Data/NIT Table (Network Identification Table): This function allows
you to search for the NIT data of the corresponding satellite to receive
newly appeared channels. Please consider that unlike Astra 19.2 or HOT
BIRD 13° some satellites do not offer this function or only support it partly.
If you have any questions, please contact your dealer or the service/
service hotline.
NOTE:If you want to add or edit parameters for a transponder, we
recommend verifying it by consulting websites like: www.lyngsat.com;
www.kingsofsat.net or you can refer to professional journals.
7.1.4 1 Edit, add or delete transponders
In this submenu, you can edit transponders. Use pq to navigate.
Frequency:Use the 0~9 buttons to enter the desired/changed frequency.
Symbol Rate:Use the 0~9 buttons to enter the required symbol rate.
Polarization:Use the t u buttons to change the polarization.
Use pq to select Save to accept or Cancel to discard the changes.
If you have selected a specific transponder from the list and want to delete it, use the YELLOW button
and confirm the message with OK.
7.1.5 Channel list selection
In this menu, you can select any of the four available channel lists without the necessity of a Factory
Reset.
This menu is structured almost the same as the first time installation, for details please see chapter
4.3 Channel list selection and 4.4 Regional Channels. Only the confirmation of the list is done with
OK here. The previously selected regional channel is already marked, but you can also select another
one, of course. Please note that done changes or added channels of the previous channel list as well
as favourites will be lost.
NOTE:The simpliTV list contains channels in the sequence and numbering of
the broadcaster. Added/additional channels which are not included in
the list, will be listed from channel number 400 and cannot be edited.
The channels can be edited in My TV List, see chapter 7.2.1 TV Channel
Manager
7.1.6 Factory Reset
The factory reset will set the receiver back to the default settings. All saved channels and settings will
be lost!
To reset the receiver, enter your PIN-Code (DEFAULT PIN-CODE: 0000). Use t u to select OK to
perform the reset or Cancel to return to the menu. After the factory reset the receiver will start within
the First Time Installation.
WARNING:A factory reset will permanently delete all your personal settings, channels
and timers. Please consider this before you perform a factory reset.
However, you can make a backup of your data to save your satellite,
transponder and channel lists in advance, please read chapter 7.5.3
Database backup to USB device for more information.
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Press MENU and use t u to select the Channels menu. The following sub-menus are available: TV
Channel Manager, Radio Channel Manager, Electronic Programme Guide and Parental Control.
7.2.1 TV Channel Manager
This menu allows you to customize your channel list or create favourite lists. To perform the desired
action, proceed as described below.
On the upper left, you can see the preview of the currently selected channel. Below you can find
the selection of the various functions as well as FAV for creating favourite lists. In the middle is the
empty list where selected channels will be displayed. On the right, in the Program List you will see the
channels listed as in the standard channel list (depending on which one was selected during the First
Time Installation). If the simpliTV list is selected, it will be displayed in the middle and the My TV list
on the right. This function is identical to the other favorites lists, please see below at Create Favourite
Lists.
Use pq to select a desired function and then u to go to Program List (except when selecting
FAV, see below). Then you will see that the selected option is dark grey. You can use P+/P- to scroll
through lists. ! and VOL+/VOL- are also available in this mode.
If you are in the Program List (right), you can select channels to be locked, deleted or moved by
using OK. These are listed in the centre under Selected. In this stage the receiver will switch to the
selected channel automatically which should make the allocation easier for you. If you have marked
a channel by mistake, move to the centre and press OK on the channel and the selection will be
cancelled.
LockUse this function to lock channels. Locked channels are marked with the 
after saving. Locked channels are locked in all channel lists, the PIN-Code
must be entered for watching them (DEFAULT PIN-CODE: 0000).
DeleteHere you can mark the desired number of channels for deletion and only if
you leave the menu by pressing the  button you will be asked if you want
to confirm the changes. This applies to all changes you have made.
MoveUse this function to move one or more channels. To do so, select the
channel/s you want to move with OK in the Program List, they will be
shifted into the Selected column. You can already define the order of their
appearance with the targeted selection. Then use pq and P+/P- buttons
to select a position in the Program List where you want to insert the
channels and press the YELLOW Move button. The channels will be inserted
below the selected position.
Create Favourite Lists
Select FAV and press OK to create favourite lists. On the left, below the TV picture, the groups, which
are available, will be displayed. Use pq to select a group. If you press OK, a keyboard appears and
you can rename the group. Within the keyboard use the pq and t u buttons to navigate and OK
to enter the desired character/number. Use RED to delete the existing name and GREEN to switch
between capital and small letters. Use P+/P- to switch to the special characters.
Once finished, select Save and press OK. Then go to the right via u button, where your usual
programme list is displayed. Use FAV to add a channel to the selected favourite list and press OK to
switch to this channel. When you go to the centre, you can use FAV to remove the selected channel
from this favourite list (only from the FAV list). You can also activate the ih function by the YELLOW
button. A ih will appear next to the channel. Now move it to the desired position by using pq and
confirm the new position by pressing the YELLOW button again. In this case, channels can only be
moved one by one.
To exit from a menu, press either  to go back one step, or MENU to go directly to TV mode. When
you exit the menu by /MENU, you will be asked to confirm the changes. This is applicable for all
changes you made.
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7.2 Channels
NOTE:The simpliTV list contains channels in the sequence and numbering of the
broadcaster. Added/additional channels which are not included in the list
are listed from channel number 400 and cannot be edited. The channels
can be edited in My TV List, see chapter 7.2.1 TV Channel Manager
7.2.2 Radio Channel Manager
Please refer to the previous chapter TV Channel Manager to find out how it works in radio mode.
The only difference is that no picture is available.
7.2.3 EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
For details on the EPG please refer to chapter 6.7 EPG (Electronic Programme Guide).
7.2.4 Parental Control
In this menu, you can make a PIN-Code Change, set a Menu lock and Program Lock Age.
To enter this menu, you need to enter the PIN-Code (DEFAULT PIN: 0000) first. Use the pq buttons
to select the desired setting or press OK to list the options. Use the t u buttons to change the
setting.
Menu lock:Use t u to select ON or OFF, depending on whether you want to use this
function. It allows you to block access to the sender management and the
complete installation menu.
Program Lock Age:Use t u to choose between the following settings: Off, 12 years, 14 years
16 years or 18 years. As soon as you switch to channels which support child
protection or EPG-based age restrictions, you must enter your PIN-Code
according to your settings.
PIN-Code Change:Press OK to open the options listed below.
Old PIN-Code:Use 0 ~ 9 to enter the old PIN-Code.
New PIN-Code:Use 0 ~ 9 to enter the new PIN-Code.
Confirm new PIN:Press the 0~9 buttons to confirm your new PIN-Code.
After confirming the new PIN-Code, the menu is closed, otherwise press  to exit.
NOTE:Parental Control only works on channels which support EPG or EPG based
age restrictions, only then you will be prompted to enter your PIN-Code
(DEFAULT PIN: 0000). Otherwise, you can also lock the required channels
as described in the chapter 7.2.1 TV Channel Manager.
7.3 Settings
Press MENU and select SETTINGS with t u. The following submenus are available: Language,
System Settings, Time Settings, Timer, and STB Information.
7.3.1 Language
In this menu you can set the preferred languages for the menu, audio and subtitles. Use the pq
buttons to highlight the desired item and press t u to change the settings.
OSD Language:Select the desired language, and select Deutsch and English.
1st Audio Language:Set the 1st audio language here. If it is available, the receiver automatically
selects it. On the German-language channels the original language track
might be available and can also be set. In certain cases also acoustic image
descriptions can be selected.
2nd Audio Language:Set the 2nd audio language here, if the 1st is not available.
Subtitles Display:Select between On or Off. If Subtitle Display is set to On, Subtitles will
be displayed automatically in the language selected below (if broadcast/
supported by the operator). If you do not want the receiver to display
subtitles, keep the setting Off. Please note that some events are
broadcastwd with fixed subtitles (fixed in the video signal integrated). These
subtitles can not be swtiched off.
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NOTE:DVB subtitles on Astra 19.2 are currently available on different German
channels: Das Erste HD, ZDF HD, 3sat HD, arteHD, WDR HD and other
popular channels. If you switch the Subtitles Display to On, the according
subtitles will be displayed automatically in case of availability for this
channel/movie. When the setting is Off, subtitles can be temporary
opened. Further information about subtitles can be found on the
broadcaster's own videotext pages or websites.
7.3.2 System Settings
In this menu, you can adjust the video parameters according to the connected TV, while general
settings are also available.
HDMI Resolution:This allows you to set the resolution for your HDMI output. If your TV does
not support the newly set value, the screen turns black. In this case, wait for
about 10 seconds and do not press any buttons on the remote control, then
the value will automatically be reset to the previous one.
Aspect Ratio:Set the screen format that corresponds to that of the connected TV (4: 3 or
16: 9).
Aspect Conversion:Set the image conversion as required.
When a TV is connected with the aspect ratio of 4: 3, the optimal mode
is Letterbox. A video in the 4: 3 format is not adjusted in this mode, but a
video in the 16: 9 format is adjusted so that it is reproduced completely and
without distortion (there are black horizontal bars above and below the
picture). When a TV with aspect ratio 16: 9 is connected, the optimum mode
is 16: 9. A video in the 4: 3 format is reproduced with this setting without
distortion (however, there are black vertical bars on the left and right of
playback). A video in the 16: 9 format is displayed without image adjustment
and covers the entire screen. Note that it is also possible to set the format
via the menu of your TV (depending on your TV model).
HDMI Audio Output:Here you can set the setting for the digital audio output via HDMI. Press
the t u buttons to select between BitStream and PCM. If a TV set that
supports Dolby® Digital * is connected, use the BitStream setting. If this is
not the case, use PCM.
S/PDIF Audio Output:Here you can set the digital audio output via the coaxial S/PDIF. Press the
t u buttons to select between BitStream and PCM. If a home theater,
amplifier, or similar is connected that supports Dolby® Digital *, use the
BitStream setting. If this is not the case, use PCM.
OSD Transparency:You can set the transparency in this menu. You can choose between
different values and Cover
Banner Time Out:Here you can adjust how long the infobanner is displayed.
Recent channel listHere, you can change the function of the 9 button, by default set On, which
allows you to open the Recently watched channels list using 9 in TV mode
to access up to 30 of the most recently watched channels. If you set Off, the
button will only change between the 2 last watched channels.
Deep Standby After:This function switches the receiver into a power-saving mode (Deep Sleep)
after switching it off (into standby) within the set time. Available settings are:
5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 3 hours and Off. The receiver
consumes less power than in standby mode. To power up from deep sleep
mode, it takes about 35 seconds.
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Subtitle language:Set the language for the subtitles, if available, subtitles are displayed in the
selected language.
Volume settings:Here, you can set whether channels should use a unite volume control or if
this should be controlled seperately Per Service. Try to find out which setting
works best for you.
Auto Standby:This function allows you to set the hours after which the receiver should
automatically switch to standby mode. Available settings are: 1 hour, 2
hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 5 hours, 6 hours and Off. If the receiver has not
been operated during the set time, it automatically switches to standby
mode. This is an additional way to reduce power consumption.
simpliTV List - UpdateBy default, this option is set to On, to ensure that the simpliTV list is always
up to date, respectively in case of an available update, a separate message
will be displayed. If you don't like to be notified, set this option to Off.
7.3.3 Time Settings
In this menu, you can adjust settings for the time and date
Time Settings:Select Auto to automatically synchronize the time and time zone, or Manual
to set the time manually.
Timezone:The time zone can be adjusted in manual Time Settings.
Summer Time:This setting is only available when you set the time to Manual.
When the winter time is changing to Summer Time, it is necessary to switch
Summer Time to ON.
7.3.4 Timer
Use the timer function to switch to a selected programme. Press OK to open a timer.
Timer Mode:Use t u to select Once, Monday-Friday, Daily, Weekly or Monthly, factory
setting is set to Off.
Timer Action:Switch On is set here to switch the receiver on at the desired time.
Channel:Press OK to open the channel list and press pq or P +/- to select the
desired channel and press OK to accept.
Start Date:Enter the selected date with 0 ~ 9.
Start Time:Enter the selected starting time with 0 ~ 9.
End Time:Enter the selected end of the recording with 0 ~ 9.
Standby after timer:Set here whether the receiver should always be in standby after the timer
has expired or whether it should always remain switched on.
After finishing all settings, press pq to select Save and press OK.
NOTE:The setting for Standby after timer applies to all timers.
7.3.5 Receiver Information
The menu contains information about the hardware and software versions of the receiver.
Amongst others you will find the serial number, model name, loader version and the CSSN number
of the receiver. The Device-ID (Gerätenummer) can be found on the bottom of the receiver, on the
packaging, in the Client Status menu or in the technical information (3x INFO). If you need to contact
our support or the ORF-support, please keep this information ready as it can help you and them to
handle your request.
7.4 Multimedia
In this menu you can decide whether to play movies, music or look at pictures.
Use the pq buttons to select the appropriate menu, and then press ОK to switch to one of the
submenus. In all multimedia menus, you can use the multimedia buttons as usual.
7.4.1 Movies
Only supported movies can be played in this menu. Use the pq t u and P +/P- buttons to
navigate and select, or press OK.
Signs and symbols:
Press OK on this icon to go back to the main directory from a selected
subdirectory.
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Press OK on this icon to move from a selected subdirectory to the next
directory.

Displays a folder. Press OK on this icon to open it.

Displays a file. Press OK on this icon to start playback in the preview mode.
Press OK again to play in full-screen mode.
Playback in preview mode
Press the RED Options button to select files for playback or to delete selected files.
Use the GREEN Play Mode button to set whether the file (s) should be repeated once or all or all.
Use the BLUE Switch button to switch directly to music or photo mode.
Playback in Full Screen Mode
Use the GREEN Jump key to jump to a specific time.
Press the YELLOW Hide button to show or hide the Infobanner.
Use the BLUE Audio button to change the audio language.
INFO changes the playback mode, e.g. whether the file (s) should be repeated once, randomly, or all.
7.4.2 Music
In this menu only supported music files can be played back. Use the pq t u and P +/P- buttons to
navigate and select or press OK.
Essentially, the functions for playing music do not differ from the functions for playing movies. Only
for music, there is no playback in full-screen mode. Please read the chapter above to familiarize
yourself with the full functions.
7.4.3 Pictures
In this menu only supported image files can be shown.
The function for playing pictures/photos only differs slightly from the playback for music.
Here you can find the functions that are available for pictures or are different from the rest:
Playback in Full Screen Mode
As soon as you confirm a picture with OK, the slideshow is starting; depending which mode has been
selected. The multimedia buttons can be used as usual.
Press MENU or  to exit the function.
Playback in preview mode
Use the GREEN Play Mode button to change how the images should be played.
Slide TimeThis is where you can set how long it takes to go to the next image during
the slideshow, select 3 seconds, 5 seconds, 7 seconds, and OFF. OFF only
displays individual images.
Repeat ModeYou can set the RepeatMode mode, whether the images are to be repeated
Random all All or not Off at all.
Press MENU or  to exit the menu.
7.5 Update
In this menu you can update the receiver via USB or OTA (= Over The Air /download via satellite).
Select the desired sub-menu using the pq buttons and press OK to continue.
7.5.1 USB Software Update
This function allows you to perform a software update using a USB storage device.
Download the appropriate software and update instructions from our website www.thomsonstb.net
and unzip them to your correctly formatted USB storage device. Load the file (s) into the main
directory of your USB device, then connect it to your receiver. Switch the receiver ON and wait until
the storage device is successfully detected.
1. Wait a few seconds (~ 10 sec.) until the receiver displays a message that new software is
available. If no message is displayed, please try another storage device!
2. Use the t u buttons to select OK and press OK to perform the update.
3. The receiver now changes to the update mode. Please wait until the update is completed!
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4. Please remove the USB device as soon as the corresponding message is displayed from your
receiver!
After the successful update you need to remove the USB device to reboot!
WARNING:NEVER disconnect the receiver from the mains or switch the power OFF
during the update procedure. It can damage your receiver and warranty
will void! In case of an USB software update please consider that the
receiver may delete all channels, data and user settings in certain cases.
7.5.2 OTA Software Update
With the OTA (Over The Air) function, you can search for software updates via satellite. Ask your
THOMSON dealer or visit our website www.thomsonstb.net for more information. Only in the
case of an available update and appropriate handling the option will be available in the menu. It is
possible that you can also receive an update request after starting up the receiver. Updates which are
broadcasted via OTA are intended to improve and to enhance the product so it should be carried out
in your own interest.
Press OK on the OTA Software Update menu. The receiver starts with the software search. Follow the
further instructions on screen.
WARNING:During the update process NEVER disconnect the receiver from the mains,
switch power OFF or disconnect the receiver from the antenna cable! This
can damage your receiver and warranty will be void! In case of an OTA
update please consider that the receiver may delete all channels, data and
user settings in certain cases.
7.5.3 Database backup to USB device
Use a USB storage device formatted in FAT32 and connect it to your receiver. When the USB device
is connected successfully a message will be displayed. This ensures the proper and correct function.
Use OK to confirm Database backup to USB device and confirm the next message (will only appear
at first use) with OK for execution. Please wait for a moment. If it is completed, confirm again by
pressing OK. Now remove the USB device from the receiver. If this USB device is now connected to
the PC, laptop or similar, you can find the directory “ORS-CCA-S2-MM_backup” there. It includes a
backup of the channel lists (“FAMILY_LIST.csv”,”ORF_LIST.csv”,”YOUNG_SPIRIT_LIST.csv” and if installed
“SIMPLITV_LIST.csv”), as well as a backup of the satellites and transponder data (“SATELLITE_INFO.csv”).
You can use this data as a backup or rework it using MS Excel for example. Please ensure to keep the
file name and.csv specific formatting. Further information and instructions can be requested from our
service and support.
7.5.4 Recover database from USB device
If you now want to import the data from the backup, created as explained above, or one of the
changed channel lists, you can import the files individually. Aussuming the file name, etc. matches and
you put the file back in the directory mentioned above (“ORS-CCA-S2-MM_backup”). We recommend
you to always keep the backup of the original files in order so you can restore them in case of
possible errors.
Confirm Recover database from USB device by pressing OK and confirm the displayed message with
OK to execute. If the procedure is completed confirm again by pressing OK. You can remove the USB
device from the receiver now.
7.6 CA Menu
This menu contains all important and necessary information about the integrated encryption system.
If there are any problems with opening encrypted channels, you can direclty call the ORF-DIGITALService Hotline (0800 700 600). Please keep your Device ID (Gerätenummer) ready. If a different
service hotline is shown in the error message, please use this one instead.
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7.6.1 Service Status
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This menu provides information about the decryption status.
7.6.2 Loader Status
This menu provides information about the loader status.
7.6.3 Product Status
The product status shows the current status of entitlements by operator. Each product is marked with
date and duration.
7.6.4 Client Status
This menu shows all details of the integrated encryption system and its properties. Here you can find
the serial number S/N as well as the Device-ID (Gerätenummer) required for registration at ORF or
simpliTV.
7.6.5 Mailbox
In this menu item you open messages from your service provider. Use pq and OK to select and view
the content.
7.7 Network
The Network menu consists of the following submenus: RSS, Weather and IP Setting.
First, connect the CAT5E (or better) cable to the RJ-45 Ethernet port on your receiver and the other
end to the router.
Before you can use the Internet functions, you should check if the Internet connection was successful.
To do so access the IP Setting menu. Use pq to highlight the desired menu and press OK to enter
the menu. Press  to exit.
7.7.1 RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
In this menu you can use RSS feeds (links) to read the latest news and news from various sources. Use
pq to highlight the desired link and press OK. Now select a title or headline which you want to read.
Within the individual messages, use t u to quickly switch between the different messages of an RSS
source. If the content of a message exceeds a page, use P+/P- to scroll the page. Press  to leave
the message. You can also delete, add or edit an RSS feed. Press the GREEN Add button to open the
keyboard. Use pq t u and OK to enter. Use P+/P- for special characters within the keyboard. To
save the RSS link you created, select Save and press OK.
7.7.2 Weather
In this menu you can check the weather of your region. Use pq to highlight Weather from the
Network menu. If you are connected to the Internet, the Weather page will display details. Use the
YELLOW button City List to open the selection of the most important Austrian and German cities. The
default setting is Vienna.
Use pq or P+/P- to highlight the city of your choice and press OK to select it. You can also search
manually for a desired place by pressing the GREEN Change City button. Use pq t u and OK to
enter. Use P+/P- for special characters within the keyboard. To save the name, select Save and press
OK. The RED button is used to update the weather data and the BLUE button to change the unit
between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
7.7.3 IP-Setting
In this menu, you can set up or check the Internet connection. By default DHCP is ON. Normally, this
will automatically establish the connection. To test the Internet connection, select SET with the pq
butttons and press OK. If this succeeds, a message appears and you can use the Internet functions of
this receiver. If this does not work, check the cable or router or its Internet configuration. Alternatively,
set DHCP to OFF. Then manually enter IP Address, MASK, GATEWAY and the DNS values with the
0-9 buttons. After entering these values, select Save and press OK to save.
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8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
There may be various reasons for abnormal operation of the receiver. Please check the receiver
according to the procedures shown below. If the receiver does not work properly after checking it,
please contact your local service line or THOMSON dealer. Alternatively, you can send a support
e-mail via our website: www.thomsonstb.net. NEVER open or disassemble your receiver. This may
cause a dangerous situation and will void the warranty.
Symptom
Cause
The display on front
The power adapter is not
panel does not light up. plugged in or power of an
extension is switched OFF.
No picture or sound
Wrong connection or setting of
the Audio/Video output of the
receiver to TV.
Audio muted.
No picture
TV power off.
The receiver can't receive the
signal.
Incorrect values of some tuner
parameters (e.g. one/some
channel(s) changed to another
TP).
Wrong direction of the antenna.
No access to scrambled Expired subscription.
services
ORF-DIGITAL-DIREKT not
subscripted/activated.
Receiver awaiting activation
respectively new authorisation.
No subscription for the selected
channel or activation not
possible
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Remedy
Check that the power adapter is
plugged in to the wall outlet. Make sure
power switch on the extension cable/
distributor is in ON position.
Connect the Audio/Video output of the
receiver to TV correctly and check the
adjusted settings in the menu Settings
> System Settings.
Press the ! button on TV or receiver
remote control.
Switch TV on.
Check the antenna cable, replace the
cable, or connect the cable to the
receiver tightly.
Set the values of tuner parameters
correctly in menu Installation >
Channel Search. Helpful websites are:
http://de.kingofsat.net/
http://www.lyngsat.com/
Check the signal with a spectrum
analyser and adjust your antenna
correctly or consult a specialist.
Check your current subscription status
in CA Menu> Product Status together
with your broadcaster.
To enjoy the complete range of
channles and to watch your preferred
scrambled services, please register with
the enclosed registration form at ORFDIGITAL-DIREKT.
If you have further questions about
your registration, you can directly
contact the ORF-DIGITAL-ServiceHotline (0800 700 600). Please have
your Device-ID (Gerätenummer) ready.
When receiver was switched off/
disconnected from signal for longer
it can take about 1-2 h until a valid
subscription is activated again.
Switch to another channel respectively
remove channels (which cannot be
activated) from the channel list
The batteries of the remote
Check whether the batteries are
control are not inserted, wrongly inserted correctly or exhausted, if so
inserted or exhausted.
replace the batteries in the remote
control.
The USB storage device Formatted incorrectly.
Format USB device by PC to FAT 32.
is not working properly. Bigger sized HDD connected.
Bigger size HDD or HDDs with more
USB 1.1/3.0 device connected.
partitions might need longer time to be
detected.
The receiver might not work properly
with such an USB device respectively
functionality with all available USB
devices can't be guaranteed.
The receiver switches to Auto Standby function is
In the menu Settings >System Settings
Standby automatically. activated and reached the
you can adjust the Auto Standby time
adjusted time (default 3h).
or disable it.
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The remote control
does not work
9.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Demodulator
Demodulation:
QPSK, 8PSK (Embedded in main-chipset MSD 7S75)
Input symbol rate:
1 ~ 45 MBaud for DVB-S2
Inner code rate 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
QPSK: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10
8PSK: 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10
Video Decoder
Profile level:
MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
Aspect ratio:
4:3 and 16:9, Pan & Scan, Letterbox, Combined
Frame rate:
PAL and NTSC
Video output:
Scart: 576i, RGB, CVBS with CGMS-A
HDMI: 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p with HDCP
Audio Decoder
Audio decoding:
MPEG Layer 1 & 2, Dolby Downmix
Audio mode:
Mono L/R, Stereo
Audio support:
Dolby Digital Plus*
Transcoding for HDMI and S/PDIF: Dolby Digital Plus to Dolby Digital
* Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories
Tuner
Connector:
Tuner Chipset:
Input frequency range:
RF impedance:
Signal level:
LNB power:
DiSEqC version:
Type1 F Type, IEC169-24, Female
Integrated in main processor MSD 7S75
950 – 2150 MHz
75 Ohm unbalanced
-65 dBm ~ -25 dBm
13/18 V DC (+/- 1 V), 400 mA, overload protected
1.0, 1.1, 1.2, GOTO X and SatCR supported
System and Memory
Main processor:
MSD 7S75
Connections
SAT IN
Ethernet
HDMI
TV SCART
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Digital Audio S/PDIF (coaxial)
IR
USB 2.0, Type A 5 V/500 mA (max.)
DC main power (12 V/1.5 A)
General Data
Power supply:
Input voltage:
Power consumption:
Power consumption in standby:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Operating humidity range:
Size (W x D x H) in mm:
Weight in kg:
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100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
12 V DC, 1,5 A
max. 18 W
max. 0.5 W
0° C to +40° C
-10° C to +70° C
10 %-95 % RH, non-condensing
171 x 107 x 40
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