User’s Manual
Digital Satellite Receiver
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ODS 3600CW / 3600CICW
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
2
2. GENERAL FEATURES
3
3. HOW TO CONNECT YOUR RECEIVER
4
4. HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
6
5. SYSTEM SET-UP
10
6. MENU OPERATION
12
7. UPGRADE BY SATELLITE
24
8. TROUBLE SHOOTING
26
9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This receiver has been manufactured to satisfy the international
safety standards.
Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully
MAINS SUPPLY : 95�240V AC 50/60Hz
LOCATION : Locate the receiver indoor.
Locate receiver away from potential hazards such as houseplants, lighting, raining and direct sunlight.
OVERLOADING : Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or adapters as this
can result in fire or electrical shock.
LIQUIDS : Keep liquids away from the receiver.
CLEANING : Before cleaning, disconnect the receiver from the wall socket.
Use a cloth lightly dampened with water (no solvents) to clean the exterior.
VENTILATION : Do not block the receiver ventilation holes. Ensure that free airflow is
maintained around the receiver.
Never set the receiver on soft furnishings or carpets. Do not use or store the receiver
where it is exposed to direct sunlight, or near heater.
Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the receiver.
Place the receiver at least 30mm from the wall.
ATTACHMENTS : Do not use any attachment that is not recommended by the manufacturer,
as it may cause a hazard or damage the equipment.
CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB : The LNB connector cable has a
voltage in its center core. It is therefore recommended that the receiver is disconnected from
the mains power before connecting or disconnecting this cable.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD DAMAGE THE LNB.
SERVICING : Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Any attempt to do so will
make the warranty invalid.Refer all servicing to a qualified service agent.
LIGHTNING : If the receiver is installed in an area subject to intense lighting activity,
protection devices for the receiver mains connector and modem telephone line are essential.
The individual manufacturer’
s instruction for safeguarding other equipment, such as TV set,
Hi-Fi, etc., connected to the receiver, must also be followed during lighting storms.
GROUNDING : The ground of the LNB cable must be directly connected to the system
ground for the satellite dish. The grounding system must comply with local regulations.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
2. GENERAL FEATURES
- Fully MPEG-2 & DVB Compliant
- 2 Slots of Common Interface for Viaccess, Conax, Cryptoworks,
Nagravision, Irdeto, SECA (CI Model Only)
- Input Frequency 950�2150MHz
- Supports SCPC & MCPC from C / Ku-band
- 1 LNB Input Tuner with Loop Through IF Signal
- Tuner Symbol Rate : 1�45MS/s
- Fast Booting & Auto Scan
- Quick Channel Changing
- Max. 4000 Channels(TV & Radio) Programmable
- User Friendly 256 Colors OSD & Easy GUI
- A lot of OSD Language supported
- Supports EPG, PIG
- Radio Channel Background Display
- Favorite Channel List Programmable
- Master PIN Code Function & Parental Lock Function
- 20 Steps Volume Control
- Automatic Detection of Forward Error Correction
- Automatic NTSC / PAL Detection and Simple Video Converter (NTSC <-> PAL)
- Window based S/W Download Program Supported by RS232 Serial Port
- Set to Set Download (Main Program, Channel Data)
- Receiver upgrade by Satellite(Astra 1A-1H and hotbird 1-5)
- 4:3, 16:9 Letter Box & Teletext using OSD
- 7 Segment-4 Digit Display(Option)
- 5 Keys on the Front Panel (Power On/Off, Channel Up/Down, Volume Up/Down)
- Various LNB Polarity Control
�DiSEqc 1.0 & 1.2 with 500mA Max. LNB Power
�22KHz Switching Control
- 2 SCART Output for TV & VCR
- 3 RCA Output for Video, Audio L/R
- Wide PLL RF Modulator (PAL B/G, I, D/K)
- Zoom function
- Max. 4 evert timer support
- S/PDIF Output(Option)
- S-VIDEO Output(Option)
- Power S/W(Option)
GENERAL FEATURES
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3. HOW TO CONNECT YOUR RECEIVER
Please DO NOT plug in the main power supply cord until
you have finished all the connections.
1) LOCATION OF THE RECEIVER
Your receiver should be placed under proper ventilation.
Don’
t put in completely enclosed cabinet that will restrict the flow of air, Resulting overheating.
The location should be safeguarded from direct sunlight, excess moisture,
rough handling or household pets.
Avoid stacking other electronic components on the top of the receiver.
The location should be safely accessible by the cable from your antenna system.
5) CONNECTING EXTERNAL AUDIO HI-FI SYSTEM
To connect any external Audio Hi-Fi system, the receiver has been provided with two
RCA connectors at the back of the receiver, marked with Audio L and R respectively to
connect the left and right Audio.
6) CONNECTING YOUR ANALOG RECEIVER
To facilitate the user using analog receiver to view analog channels,
the receiver has been provided with a loop through terminal marked as
“IF OUT”
.
Connect the coaxial cable from this terminal to the
IF input terminal of your analog receiver.
Now by keeping the receiver in standby,
you will be able to tune and view analog channels from your analog receiver.
2) CONNECTING THE RECEIVER WITH DISH SYSTEM
After installing your dish system, connect the coaxial cable from LNB of your dish antenna to
“LNB IN”terminal marked at the rear of the receiver.
All cable connectors should be finger tightened ; do not use any kind of wrench
on the cable over connectors.
The cable should be 75Ϊ impedence coaxial twisted at the end with a“F”type connector.
3) CONNECTING THE RECEIVER TO TV
Satelliten
Antenne
TV
Antenne
TV
To connect the receiver with your television, you can follow two methods ;
through RF cable, and through SCART cable.
Connect the RF cable to the terminal marked“TV OUT”at the rear panel of the
receiver and its other end to the TV RF input socket.
In the case of connecting your TV through SCART cable, connect the SCART connector
marked TV to respective SCART port in the TV.
VIDEO
LNB IN
TV
R
IF OUT
4) CONNECTING YOUR VCR
SERIAL PORT
VCR
ANT IN
AUDIO L
5
ON/OFF
TV OUT
SPDIF S-VIDEO
To connect a VCR, the receiver has been provided with SCART at the rear
marked“VCR”
. Using a SCART connector, the VCR can be connected to the receiver
Analog
Receiver
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR RECEIVER
VCR
Hi-Fi
Stereo Audio
HOW TO CONNECT YOUR RECEIVER
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4. HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
4. B. REAR PANEL
4. A. FRONT PANEL
1) POWER : This key is used to turn the receiver on and off (stand by).
POWER
2) IF OUT : To enable the connection of an analog receiver, The receiver is provided with this port. Connect
this port to LNB IN port of the other receiver via RF Cable.
2) CH : These keys are used to change the channels.
CH
VOL
INFRARED SENSOR
7 SEGMENT DISPLAY
STANDBY ON
LED DISPLAY
CI CAM SLOTS
1) LNB IN : This port is to connect the coaxial cable from LNB of your Dish. The IF input is provided through
this port and the input frequency range is 950�2150MHz. Also the voltage switching 13V and 18V is
passed through this port.
3) VOL : These keys are used to increase and decrease the volume
level manually.
4) INFRARED SENSOR : This is to receive the IR commands from the
RCU. Do not block the view of the sensor.
5) 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY : This SEGMENT display will show the current
channel number.While the receiver is in stand by mode, the display will show
the current time.
3) SERIAL PORT : This is used to connect your receiver with computer through a serial cable.
This port can be used for upgrading software.
4) TV SCART : This is used to connect your TV through SCART.
5) VCR SCART : This is used to connect your VCR.
(When you connect external sets to above two SCART sockets, always use fully featured SCART cables)
6) S/PDIF DIGITAL OUTPUT : This port is for the connection to the exterual Hifi system which has a optical
S/PDIF input interface. (Option)
7)S-VIDEO : This is used to connect your TV through S-Video. option )
8) VIDEO, AUDIO R/L : These RCA connectors are used to connect any external video and audio.
9) ANT IN : This is used to connect your local RF channels to your TV through Loop.
6) LED DISPLAY: This LED display will show the current power mode status.
If receiver is in stand by mode,stand by mode LED will be on. and when
receiver is in on mode, on mode LED will be on.
(Option for LED display model only)
7) CI CAMSLOTS : 2 Slots for Common Interface CAM (VIACCESS,
IRDETO, NAGRAVISION, CRYPTO WORKS, CONAX, SECA) with smart
card.(Option for CI model only)
10) TV OUT : This is used to connect your TV through RF cable.
11) POWER INPUT : This is to plug in the AC mains power cord.
The input AC volts range is 95V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz supply.
12) POWER SWITCH : Power ON/OFF option)
⑪
VIDEO
SMART CARD
INTERFACESLOTS
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8) SMART CARD INTERFACESLOTS : To watch scrambled
channels you should insert a smart card into Smart Card Interface issued the
service provider whom you subscribes to. Therefore you can watch only a
specific range of channels with entitlements in smart card. The smart card
includes information to decipher parameters necessary for descrambling the
program. Please note that the gold chip on the smart card should face
download and inward when you insert when you insert it into Smart Card
Interface. (Option for CAS model only)
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
①
LNB IN
②
IF OUT
SERIAL PORT ③
TV ④
AUDIO L
ANT IN ⑨
VCR ⑤
⑥
SPDIF⑦
5
⑫
R
S-VIDEO TV OUT ⑩
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
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4. C. REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
1) POWER : This is used to switch the receiver to ON/STANDBY mode.
LAST
15) LAST : This key is used to return to the previous channel.
2) MUTE : This key is used to toggle between normal and muted audio.
AUDIO
16) AUDIO : This key is used to select the soundtrack list for the current service
3) 0-9 NUMERIC KEYS : These keys are used to enter numeric values and to
0 ~ 9
and also used to select audio mode.
select the channel directly by entering its number.
4) CH ▲∙CH ▼ : These keys are used to change channels and to browse the menu.
5) VOL ▶∙VOL ◀ : These keys are used to vary the volume level and to change the
cursor options in the menu.
MENU
6) MENU : This key is used to open up the menu.
EXIT
7) EXIT : This key is used to exit from any menus.
OK
8) OK : This key is used to enter and confirm any data to the receiver in the menu systems.
PAUSE
17) PAUSE : This key is used to pause the screen.
NTSC
/ PAL
18) NTSC/PAL : This key is used to convert video mode.
SAT
19) SAT : This key is used to select the satellite.
F1
F2
TEXT
F3
F4
20) F1, F2, F3, F4 : Function Keys.
21) TEXT : This key is for Teletext.
The Channel list can be accessed directly by pressing this Key
in the normal view mode.
9) Page Up : This key is used to page up the menu.
10) Page Down : This key is used to page down the menu.
FAV
11) FAV : This key is used to switch between favorite lists.
GUIDE
12) GUIDE : This key is used to open up the Electronic Program Guide.
i 13) i : This key is used to view the channel information.
14)
8
: This key is used to toggle between the TV channel and the radio channel.
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
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5.SYSTEM SET-UP
5.A. Automatic channel search for a satellite
You can automatically detect and save all TV and Radio channels
of a satellite as follows :
System Connection
■ Connect the receiver to all peripheral devices.
5. B. Manual channel search for a transponder
You can automatically search and save all TV and Radio channels of
a transponder as follows :
Main Menu / Channel Search
■ Select Menu / Channel Search.
■ Select the satellite which you want to search.
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�
Main Menu / Channel Search
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Antenna Configuration Setting
■ Select Main Menu / Channel search using
CH ▲∙▼ & OK keys.
■ Select the satellite which you want to search
using VOL ◀∙▶ keys.
■ Insert all information of your antenna.
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Automatic Channel Search
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SYSTEM SET-UP
■ Press OK key, and the receiver will automatically
search for all TV/Radio channels from a satellite.
Antenna Configuration Setting
■ Insert all information of your antenna.
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■ Turn on the power of the receiver and other
devices.
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Power On
Manual Channel Search
■ Move to the transponder list by pressing “FAV”
key or VOL ◀∙▶keys.
You can move back to the satellite window for
automatic channl search by pressing “FAV” key
or VOL ◀∙▶ keys again.
■ Select the transponder from transponder list
which you want to search.
If you cannot find it from transponder list, you
should insert all the transponder information
(i.e., Frequency, Symbol Rate, Polarity, and FEC).
■ Press OK key, and the receiver will automatically
search for all channels contained in the selected
transponder.
SYSTEM SET-UP
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6. MENU OPERATION
The main menu is classified into four sub menus which will carry out the
various operation individually.
6.1 MAIN MENU
After installing your dish system and receiver with appropriate connectors, plug in the AC main power
and turn on the receiver.
Press the MENU key of the RCU. You will see the“Main
Menu”on the TV screen as follow.
Please note that the“ Common Interface ”menu will be
displayed for the CI Model.
You can move into the desired submenu using the
“up / down”keys(▲∙▼) or nemeric keys.
Press“OK”key to confirm your selection. If the“ Main
Menu ”is locked, note that you should enter the PIN
code in order to move into each submenu. The default
factory PIN code is“0000”
.
Press the“ menu ”key or“ exit ”key to return to
previous menu.
6.1.1. Channel Search
This menu helps you to add or delete satellites and transponders, setup various parameters to
receive signal and search channels currently available.
Select “ Channel Search ” item in the main menu, and
you will be asked to enter your PIN code. You can find
the following “ Channel Search ” screen when you enter
the correct PIN code.
You can move selection from the satellite window
(Automatic search mode) to the transponder window
(Manual search mode) by pressing “ left / right ” key
(◀∙▶) at the satellite name or by pressing “ FAV ” at
any position. You can move back to the satellite window
by pressing “ left / right” key (◀∙▶) or “ FAV ” key at any position in the transponder window.
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MENU OPERATION
6.1.1.A. AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SEARCH
When you are in the satellite window (left side of this screen), you can add, delete or edit satellite
information and also scan all the transponders of the selected satellite to find the channels.
Select the desired satellite using the “SAT” key.
Set“LNB Power”
“LNB
,
Type”
“LNB
,
Freq”
“22KHz”
,
“Network
,
Search”“Search Option”
, and
“DiSEqC Type”fields to the appropriate value using the “left / right” keys (◀∙▶) at each field.
LNB Power
: Depending on the user’
s antenna LNB, you can supply either LNB power
by setting“ON”or not by setting“OFF”
. Normally set this to“ON”
.
LNB Type
: You can select the LNB type.
LNB Freq.
: You can select the predefined LNB frequency or manually enter a
specificfrequency in MHz unit by pressing numeric keys.
22KHz
: In case you are using two antennas connected to a 22KHz tone switch
box, you can supply either 22KHz by setting“ON”or off by setting“OFF”
to select antenna.
Nework Search : You can search the additional channels indicated form service provider
if exist.
Search option : You can search all the free channels & scramble channels or only free
channels or onlyscramble channels by setting the search option.
DiSEqC Type
: If you have DiSEqC box, you can choose port by selecting port number.
Otherwise, choose“none”
. If you have a DiSEqC 1.2 motorised system,
then you can takeadvantage of the DiSEqC 1.2 functions available.
Choose “Motor” as DiSEqC type and press “F4” key.
After that, adjust antenna direction using browse keys.
Check the signal strength. Press“OK”key to start the“Automatic Channel Search”procedure.
You can see the progressive status of channel searching.
Please note that the“Automatic Channel Search”procedure may take a few minutes.
Press the“menu”key or“exit”key to return to previous menu.
If you cannot find the desired satellite from the satellite list, you can add new one by pressing “F1” key
and entering appropriate parameters for this satellite. The default name of the added satellite is “User
SAT-No.” When you want to change the name of the current satellite, press “F2” key and enter new
name. You can also delete unwanted satellites by pressing “F3” key after select it.
MENU OPERATION
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6.1.1.B. MANUAL CHANNEL SEARCH
In normal mode, you can edit each channel separately.
You can add to the selected channel into the favorite list.
And you can also delete, lock/unlock or rename each
channel. In block mode, you can edit multiple channels
at a time. You can select multiple channels and add
them to the favorite list.
You can also delete, move or lock/unlock them at a
time. To select block, move to a channel and press “ OK
” key and move to another channel and press “ OK ”
key, so on. When you want to exit block mode, press
“Exit” key to return to the normal mode.
When you are in the transponder window (right side of this screen), you can add, delete or edit
transponder information and also scan the selected transponder to find the channels. Select the
transponder using “up/down” keys or “page up/down” keys and press “OK” key to start search for the
selected transponder. You can also monitor the status
of searching process.
When you want the other satellite than current one,
move to the satellite window and change it to new one.
You can move between the satellite window and the
transponder window by pressing “FAV” key“or
“ left / right” keys (◀∙▶).
If you cannot find the desired transponder from the
transponder list, you can add new one by pressing
“ F1” key and entering appropriate parameters for this
transponder. When you want to modify the parameters
of an existent transponder, select thetransponder and enter into the edit mode by pressing “F2” key.
After change all the necessary parameters, press “Exit” key to escape from the edit mode. You can
also delete unwanted transponders by pressing “F3” key.
Each parameter has following meanings.
Freq.
S/R
PoI.
FEC
: Input the frequency of the transponder you want to find manually.
: Inputs the symbol rate of the transponder you want to find.
: Select the polarization of the transponder you want to find. In the case of horizontal,
18V and in the case vertical, 13V are output through LNB line.
: Select the FEC of the transponder you want to find. You can select the value of 1/2,
2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8 or auto.
6.1. 2. Edit Channels
You can edit channels, group them into the favorite list and also change the properties of each
channel on various channel lists from this menu.
Select “ Edit Channels ” item in the main menu, and you will be asked to enter your PIN code.
You can find the following “ Edit Channels ” screen when you enter the correct PIN code.
You can change the list you want to edit using “ ” key and “FAV” key. When you press “ ” key,
the current list is changed between TV channel list and Radio channel list. When you press “FAV ”
key, the current list is changed as follows All channels
FTA channels Scrambled channels
Favorite 1~ 8 channels.
6.1.2.A. Add to favorite list – F1 key
Select channel that you want to add to the favorite list using the “up/down” keys and the “ page up /
down ” keys. When you want to add multiple channels into the same favorite list, set those channels
as block by pressing “ OK ” key at each channel. You can also deselect each selected channel by
pressing “ OK ” key again. After select channel or set block, press “F1” key to invoke “Add To
Favorites” window. Select favorite list you want from the window.
Please note that you can not invoke “Add To Favorites” window when the current channel list is the
favorite list.
You can also sort the channel list by pressing “ i ” key.
6.1.2.B. Edit channel name – F2 key in normal mode
Select channel that you want to rename using the “ up / down ” keys and the “ page up / down ” keys.
Press “ F2 ” key to invoke the keypad window and enter new name from the window. In block mode,
you cannot edit channel name as multiple channels are selected. Please note that you can edit not a
channel name but a channel list name when the current channel list is the favorite list.
There are two modes in editing the channels – normal mode and block mode.
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MENU OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
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6.1.2.C. Delete channel – F3 key
Select channel that you want to delete using the “ up / down ” keys and the “ page up/ down ” keys.
When you want to delete multiple channels at a time, set channels as block by pressing “OK” key at
each channel. You can also deselect each selected channel by pressing “OK” key again. After select
channel or set block, press “F3” key to delete the selected channel(s).
6.1.2.D. Lock/Unlock channel – F4 key
Select channel that you want to lock or unlock using the “ up / down ” keys and the “ page up / down ”
keys. When you want to lock or unlock multiple channels at a time, set channels as block by pressing
“OK” key at the each channel. You can also deselect each selected channel by pressing “OK” key
again. After select channel or set block, press “F4” key to lock or unlock the selected channel(s).
TV Select
RF Channel
: Select video output mode - CVBS or RGB
: Select or change RF channel number when your receiver is
connectedto TV by RF connector. The factory preset value is
channel 38.
RF Mode
: In the above case, you can choose PAL B/G mode or PAL I mode or
PAL D/K mode.
Screen Type
: You can choose either 4:3 or 16:9 according to the TV type.
Menu Transparency : You can select the transparency of the menu.
Time Adjustment
: Adjust the clock.
Menu Language
: You can select the menu language.
Audio Language
: You can select the audio language.
Information Timeout : You can set how long the information box will be displayed.
6.1.2.E. Move channel – F2 key in block mode.
You can change the position of channels in the channel list by selecting them as a block and move
them. Select channel(s) you want to move using the “ up / down ” keys and the “ page up / down ”
keys and press “OK” key. After set block, press “F2” to enter block move mode. You can move
selected block of channels by using “ up / down ”, “ left / right ” or “ page up / down ” keys in the
channel list. After move to the new position, press “OK” key to locate those channels at this position.
Press the“menu”key or“exit”key to return to previous menu.
6.1.3.B. Time Settings
You can change the time of your receiver and also
switch on/off the timer function in this menu.
Select “Time Settings” item in the “ Receiver Settings”
menu and the following screen will be displayed.
6.1.3. Receiver Settings
You can change the various settings of your receiver in this menu.
6.1.3.A.System Settings
This menu helps you to Set up video output mode,
Ianguage, time, screen type and parameters related
with RF modulator.
Time Mode
Select“System Settings”menu in the “Receiver
Setting”Menu, and the following screen will be displayed.
Time Adjustment
Current time
Summer Time
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MENU OPERATION
: Select the time mode of your receiver. In Auto mode, your receiver will
use the information from the satellite as timereference. In manual
mode, you can set the time of your receiver manually.
: Set the time offset from the UTC (GMT).
Useful in auto mode only.
: Set the current time manually. Useful in manual mode only.
: Enable or disable the Summer Time. Most European countries use the
Summer Time.
Useful in auto mode only.
MENU OPERATION
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On time
Off time
Additional Timer
: Set the time when the receiver will be automatically turned on
: Set the time when the receiver will be automatically turned off.
: Set three event timer.
6.1.3.C. Additional Timer
You can set three additional timer.
Each timer have there own time, date and channel.
Receiver lock
Menu lock
Maturity Rate
Change PIN code
Lock or unlock your receiver. When receiver is locked, the PIN code will
be required whenever you turn on the receiver.
Lock or unlock the menu of your receiver. When menu is locked, the PIN
code will be required whenever you enter the menu items.
Set the level of maturity rate that the receiver will show the channels
without asking PIN code.
You can change your PIN code from the previous one in this menu. If
you forget the PIN code, you have to contact the distributor to find out it.
The factory default is “0000”.
6.1.3.E. RECEIVER UPGRADE
You can upgrade the software of this receiver through serial port when the new software is
released.
Please contact the distributor for receiver upgrade.
Distributor supports you useful information and new software for the receiver.
Timer No.
Enable
On time
Off time
Period
Date
Service
Channel
: Number of timer.
: Enable or disable the timer.
: Set the time when the receiver will be automatically turned on.
: Set the time when the receiver will be automatically turned off.
: Set the timer period. (Daily / Weekly / One Time)
: Set the day (Period : Weekly) or date(Period : One Time).
: Set the service type to TV or Radio.
: Set the channel number of service.
6.1.3.F. FACTORY DEFAULT
This is to restore the factory set values in case the user has encountered some problems
after changing any new values of channel data and others which may be in error.
Select“Factory Default”menu in the “Receiver Settings”menu and press“OK”key.
If you want to continue, select“Yes”cell.
The receiver will be reset to settings automatically.
Please note that the“Factory Default”procedure may take a few minutes.
6.1.3.D.Parental Controls
This function prevents children or unauthorized
persons from watching programs.
Also you can change PIN(Personal Identification
Number) code.
Select“Parental Control”menu in the
“Receiver
Settings”menu, and the following screen will be
displayed.
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MENU OPERATION
MENU OPERATION
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This receiver is equipped with two PCMCIA slots.
Select“Common Interface”menu in main menu, and
the following screen will be displayed.
When a common Interface CAM is inserted inside the
PCMCIA slot, the receiver detects the type of the CAM
automatically and display in the main menu.
On choosing this menu, you will be able to access the
different optionsavailable with the type of the CAM like
Authorizations, prebooking, package details etc.
6.2.MAIN FUNCTIONS
6.2.1. Information Box
The information box will pop up when you press “i” key or
change the channel. This box shows the information
about the current channel such as the channel number,
the channel name, the current channel list, the current
time, the signal status, the event description and the
various status of current event.
The status of current event is described with the icons as
follows:
This event is scrambled.
This channel is locked.
This event includes the teletext.
This event includes the multiple audio tracks.
This event includes the subtitle.
This event includes the dolby digital sound track.
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When you press “ i ” key again, the event description box will be displayed if the current channel
includes EPG information.
Otherwise the information box will be closed. Press “ Exit ” key to close the information box or the
event description box.
6.2.2. CHANNEL LIST
This menu helps you to easily select the channel that you want to watch.
The channel list is separately constructed for each satellite. Press“OK”key, and the following
screen will be displayed. You can get the information of
channel number, channel name, and whether the
program is scrambled or locked.
To watch a specific channel, first select it by pressing the
“up / down ”keys (▲,▼),“left / right ” keys (◀∙▶) and
the page“up/down”keys (▲
▲ , ). Then, press“OK”
key.
▲
▲
6.1.4. COMMON INTERFACE (CI Model Only)
This enables you to move into that specific channel.
You can also select a specific satellite using the“SAT”
key. When you press the
“♬”key, you can alternatively
select TV or radio channel list. When you press“FAV”
key, you can see all channel list or FTA channel or favorite channel list.
Press the“menu”key or“exit”key to return to previous menu.
6.2.3. CHANNEL GUIDE
Press“GUIDE”key, and the following screen will be
displayed.It will give the titles of the current and next
programmes on different channels.
The information may include : current time / channel
name, name of the current and next programme, the
start and total time of the current programme, the start
and total time of the next programme.
Programme information will be available only when it is
included in the transmission.
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When you press the
“♬”key, you can alternatively select TV or radio channel guide.
Press the“GUIDE”key again to view the one channel Guide.
Press the“menu”key or“exit”key to return to previous menu.
6.2.5. Subtitle
When the current channel that you are watching includes the subtitle, you can popup the subtitle
window by pressing “TEXT” key.
When you press “TEXT” key, the menu for selecting the language will be appeared. Please select the
language of the subtitle that you want to watch.
6.2.4. Teletext
Press “Exit” key to stop displaying the subtitle.
Your receiver supports the teletext function in two ways. The first method is to draw the teletext
information by itself using the OSD function. The second method is to make your TV set draw the
teletext screen by sending it the appropriate information mixed with the video signal. Your TV set must
have the capability to decode the teletext information for the second case.
When the current channel that you are watching includes the teletext information, you can popup the
teletext screen by pressing “TEXT” key. If this channel also includes the subtitle, the menu for
selecting the teletext or the subtitle will be appeared.
n the teletext screen, you can enter the page number directly by the number keys.
Also you can increase the page number by one using “channel up” key or decrease by one using
“channel down” key.
6.2.6. AUDIO
Press“AUDIO”key.
Select the audio mode which you want using the“left / right”keys(◀,▶).
Some programs are broadcasted with one or more alternative language soundtracks.
You can select the preferred audio language for soundtrack using the“up/down”keys (▲,▼).
6.2.7. Zoom Function
Function keys are also useful when you are navigating through the pages.
Press “F1” key
Press “F2” key
Press “F3” key
Press “F4” key
Press “Exit” key
To go back to the previous page.
To go the default page. The default page number is “100”
To increase the page number by 100.
To increase the page number by 10.
To close the teletext screen
When you do not invoke the teletext screen by pressing “TEXT” key, your receiver will send the
teletext information to the TV set automatically. Use the RCU of your TV set to watch the teletext in
this case.
On the live TV screen or paused TV screen, you can magnify some region of TV screen.
Press “F3” key, and the ZOOM box will be display.
You can use following keys.
- Up/Down/Left/Right keys (▲∙▼,◀∙▶) : Move the ZOOM box
- Page Up/Page Down keys ( ▲
▲ , ) : Increase or decrease the ZOOM box
- OK key ( OK ) : Watch the ZOOM box to full screen or return to ZOOM box
- Exit key ( EXIT ) : Return to the live screen
▲
▲
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7. UPGRADE BY SATELLITE
Do not switch off the Receiver during the data download!
You can upgrade your receiver up to date, when the new software is available.
Select “Receiver upgrade” in the “Receiver Settings” Menu to enter Software download.
1. Select “Upgrade via satellite” item and the “ Scan default channel” window will appear as
follows.
1.A. The default satellite and transponder will
be automatically selected for download.
Please check if LNB and DiSEqC
settings are correct and press “ OK ”
button to find new software.
1.D. If new software found then the list of
new software and data will be displayed.
Select [Yes] or [No] for each item to
upgrade or not and press “ OK ” button
to start upgrade.
If you do not want to upgrade, press
“ EXIT ” key to return previous menu.
1.E. Receive and update new s/w. It takes
about 20 to 50 minutes.
You can stop upgrading at anytime
before download completes (e.g. before
progress bar reaches 100%).
1.B. If the default channel found, the
following message appears. Otherwise,
go to step 1.A.
1.C. Then the receiver automatically scans
new software. It takes about maximum
5 minutes.
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But if download completes, you should
not switch off power until the message
as next step (1.F.) appears.
1.F. When download completes
successfully, you can see the message
in the left figure. At this moment,
you have to reboot the receiver to run
with new s/w.
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8. TROUBLE SHOOTING
9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Problem
Solution
About the Receiver
Does not display LED on the
- Connect the power cord to the power outlet
front panel or the receiver has no power.
properly.
No pictures on the screen
- Check if the receiver is in standby mode.
- Check if the video output port is firmly
connected to the Tv.
- Check if you have selected the correct
channel or video output on your TV.
No sound
- Connect the audio cords properly.
- Check the volume level of the TV.
- Press“MUTE”key.
Remote Control does not operate
- Point remote control directly towards the
receiver.
- Check and replace batteries.
Poor picture quality
- Check the signal strength in the“Automatic
Channel Search”menu.
- If this is low, try adjusting the alignment of
your dish.
On - Screen Error Messages
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Searching Signal
- Connect the antenna cable properly.
- Check the LNB. Please replace LNB if
necessary.
- Check the position of the dish. Please realign
dish if necessary.
- Check the signal strength in the“Automatic
Channel Search”menu.
Unrecognized smartcard
- Check the smartcard.
Please insert your smartcard
- Insert the smartcard.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. Power Supply
Type
Input Voltage
Fuse Rating
: SMPS
: 95�240VAC 50/60 Hz
: 250V/T2A
2. Tuner
Input Frequency
Input Signal Level
Input Impedance
Connector Type
LNB Power Supply
22KHz Tone
DiSEqC
Channel Selection
: 950�2150MHz
: -65�-25dBm
: 75Ϊ Unbalanced
:‘F’Type Female
: 13V/18V, Max 500mA with Short Circuit Protection
: Frequency 22± 4KHz, Amplitude 0.6±0.2Vpp
: 1.0 & 1.2 Version Compatible
: PLL Frequency Synthesizer
3. Demodulator
Type
Symbol Rate
Inner FEC
Outer FEC
: QPSK Demodulation(DVB-S)
: 1�45 MS/s
: Viterbi Convolutional Coding
Rate 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
: Reed Solomon Coding(204,188) T=8
4. Video Decoder
System Decoding
Profile and Level
Data Rate
Video Formats
:
:
:
:
MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818-2
MPEG-2 MP@ML
1�15 MB/s
4:3(Normal) & 16:9(Widescreen)
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5. Audio Decoder
System Decoding
Audio Mode
Sampling Frequency
: MPEG-1 ISO/IEC 11172-3
Layer I & II
: Mono, Dual, Stereo, Joint Stero
: 32, 44.1, 48 KHz
6. Audio/Video Output
TV SCART
VCR SCART
RCA Jack
S/PDIF
S-Video
: CVBS, RGB, Audio L/R
: CVBS, Audio L/R
: CVBS, Audio L/R
: Digital Audio
7. RF Modulator
Modulator Output
Video Type
UHF Output Level
Output Connector
Ant. IN Connector
Tuning Method
8. Serial Data Interface
Signal
Connector Type
9. Common Interface
Module Type
Available CAM
: CH21�69 (Preset To CH38)
: PAL B/G, I, D/K
: 71±4 dBμ
V
: IEC Male
: IEC Female
: PLL Frequency Synthesizer
: RS-232, Max. 115200 bps
: 9 Pin D-Sub(male)
: PCMCIA Type II×2
: Viaccess, Irdeto, Nagravision, Crypto Works,
Conax, SECA
10. Embedded Descrambler
Crypto Works Conditional Access System
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