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Full HD Digital Satellite Receiver
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User's Manual
DS-5500HD
INDEX
Precautions ........................................................................................................................... 5
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Important Safety Instructions...................................................................................................... 5
Notice ......................................................................................................................................... 5
Copyright .................................................................................................................................... 6
Disclaimer ................................................................................................................................... 6
Before You Begin .................................................................................................................. 7
1. Main Features ............................................................................................................................ 7
2. Accessories ................................................................................................................................ 8
Hardware Description ........................................................................................................... 9
1. Front Panel Configuration .......................................................................................................... 9
2. Rear Panel Configuration ......................................................................................................... 10
3. Remote Control Unit ................................................................................................................. 11
Connecting diagram ........................................................................................................... 14
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Receiver to Adaptor .................................................................................................................. 14
Receiver to TV with Digital A/V Output ..................................................................................... 14
Receiver to TV with Analog A/V Output.................................................................................... 15
Connecting to Antenna Cable .................................................................................................. 15
Guide to mounting an STB on TV back panel (Optional) ......................................................... 17
Guide of Functions ............................................................................................................. 18
1. Selecting a Service................................................................................................................... 18
1.1 Using CH UP/DOWN buttons.............................................................................................. 18
1.2 Using Service List ............................................................................................................... 18
1.3 Using Simple Service List ................................................................................................... 18
1.4 Using Recent Service List ................................................................................................... 19
2. Information Window.................................................................................................................. 19
3. Multi-Picture Display. ................................................................................................................ 19
4. Electronic Program Guide (EPG) ............................................................................................. 19
5. Favorite Group ......................................................................................................................... 20
6. Volume Control ......................................................................................................................... 20
7. Pause ....................................................................................................................................... 20
8. Subtitle ..................................................................................................................................... 21
9. Audio Control............................................................................................................................ 21
10. Teletext ..................................................................................................................................... 22
11. PIP (Picture in Picture) ............................................................................................................. 22
PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Function ........................................................................ 24
1. Recording ................................................................................................................................. 24
1.1 Recording methods ............................................................................................................. 24
1.2 Recording Edit ..................................................................................................................... 26
1.3 Long Time recording ........................................................................................................... 26
1.4 Pause during recording ....................................................................................................... 26
2. Time Shifting............................................................................................................................. 28
3. Playback (Play List) .................................................................................................................. 29
3.1 Recorded Files .................................................................................................................... 29
3.2 Imported Files ..................................................................................................................... 30
3.3 Music ................................................................................................................................... 30
3.4 Photo ................................................................................................................................... 30
4. Bookmark ................................................................................................................................. 31
5. Trick mode ................................................................................................................................ 31
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Menu Map ............................................................................................................................ 32
Main Menu of Guide ............................................................................................................ 33
1. System Tools ............................................................................................................................ 33
1.1 Storage Manager................................................................................................................. 33
1.2 Timer Settings ..................................................................................................................... 34
1.3 Service List Manager .......................................................................................................... 34
1.4 Data Transfer....................................................................................................................... 36
2. Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 36
2.1 Recording Option ................................................................................................................ 36
2.2 Parental Control .................................................................................................................. 37
2.3 Display Setting .................................................................................................................... 37
2.4 Time Setting ........................................................................................................................ 38
2.5 Language Setting ................................................................................................................ 38
2.6 A/V Output Setting .............................................................................................................. 39
3. Installation ................................................................................................................................ 40
3.1 Dish Setting ......................................................................................................................... 40
3.2 Positioner Setting ................................................................................................................ 40
3.3 Service Search .................................................................................................................... 41
3.4 Network Setting ................................................................................................................... 42
3.5 System Recovery ................................................................................................................ 43
3.6 System Information ............................................................................................................. 44
4. Utility ......................................................................................................................................... 44
4.1 Calculator ............................................................................................................................ 44
4.2 Calendar .............................................................................................................................. 44
4.3 CAS (Conditional Access System) ...................................................................................... 44
4.4 Plugin .................................................................................................................................. 45
4.5 Free TV+ ............................................................................................................................. 46
4.6 Internet TV+ ........................................................................................................................ 47
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 48
Specifications ...................................................................................................................... 49
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Precautions
1. Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not reverse the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
WARNING : To Prevent fire or shock hazard do not expose the set to rain or moisture.
2. Notice
 These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions
unless you are qualified to do so.
 The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
 The mains plug is used as the disconnect device. The disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
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To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove
the cover (or back).
No user serviceable parts are inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
The Lightning Flash with arrowhead symbol
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of un-insulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of shock to persons
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product
3. Copyright
This manual is protected by copyright laws.
Copy, use and reproduction of this manual in part or whole without Manufacturer’s prior written
approval are prohibited.
NOTE : Contents of this manual and features/specifications of the STB are subjected to
change without prior notice.
4. Disclaimer
The manufacturers, distributors and agents are not liable to any kind of damage caused by the
use of the information contained in this manual.
The instruction and descriptions which this manual contains are based on the time of this
manual's production.
The manufacturer constantly updates it with new functions and technology.
All the specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Before You Begin
1. Main Features
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Full HD Satellite PVR receiver
HDMI Video & Audio Output (576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p)
H.264 / MPEG4 - HD,SD / DVB-S2 Compliant
Recording & Playback with External USB 2.0 Devices
Recording and Time Shifting Simultaneously
Event Recording by EPG
USB 2.0 Host ports (MP3 Player & JPEG Viewer)
Various Media File Format Playback (Xvid file Playback)
10/100 Base-Tx RJ-45 port
4-Digit Alphanumeric LED Display
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Fully compliant with DVB-S2
Blind scan
Multi-LNB Controlled by DiSEqC Control Version 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and USALS
Multi-Satellite Search
Support EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
On-Screen Display with Full Color & Resolution
Favorite Service Groups
Powerful Service Control by Favorites, Lock, Skip, Move and Delete
Service Sorting by Alphabet, Transponder and CAS
Multi-language Supported ( OSD & Menu )
Teletext Support
Maximum 10,000 Services Programmable
PIP(Picture in Picture)
Parental Lock / System Lock / Installation Lock
CVBS Video & Audio Output via RCA
Optical Output for Digital Audio(SPDIF)
Software & Service Database update via USB and Ethernet port
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2. Accessories
User's Manual
Remote Control
AAA size Batteries X2
HDMI Cable
ADAPTOR
RCA cable (Option)
NOTE : If any accessories listed above are missing, contact the sales representative where you
purchased this unit.
It is ready to be mounted behind of the TV. Use the screws provided to hold the components
in place.
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Hardware Description
1. Front Panel Configuration
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Display :
The 4-digit shows channel number or menu state in normal mode, shows local time in standby
mode.
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POWER Button:
Press to switch between STANDBY and POWER ON modes.
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CH Up/Down Button:
Press to change services in normal mode, to move the highlighted-bar UP/DOWN in menu mode.
4.
STANDBY / REMOTE Indication LED (RED / GREEN):
The LED (RED) lights on in standby mode. / The LED (GREEN) lights on when a key on the Remote
Control is pressed.
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Remote Sensor:
Receives signal from remote controller.
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2. Rear Panel Configuration
1. IR extension : The 2.5mm mini plug is connected to the “IR Rec” jack to use IR extension when HS 7110
is mounted with optional bracket. (Front remote sensor will not be operated when IR Extension is
connected)
2. PCMCIA : To receive other pay-tv service you need a CA-Module(Viaccess, Irdeto, Nagravison, etc.)
and a smart card from the service provider.
3. SMART CARD READER : Insert smart card for encrypted service access.
4. LNB IN: Use to connect a satellite antenna.
5. LNB OUT: Use it when connecting to another STB for loop-through.
6. RS-232C : Serial port for firmware update and data transfer.
7. Ethernet : Local area network port for direct computer connection.
8. USB : Use it when connecting to external USB storage device.
9. HDMI : Connects to the TV by using a HDMI cable for the best quality picture and audio.
10. A/V OUT : Connects to the TV or VCR using a optional RCA cable (Stereo audio output / White, Red,
Composite video output / Yellow)
11. SPDIF : Connects to the audio system using a S/PDIF cable. (digital audio)
12. D/C power socket : Connects the adaptor
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3. Remote Control Unit
1. POWER : Turns the STB On/Off.
2. MUTE / Resolution : Turns the sound On/Off. / To select the resolution format press and hold
Resolution button. You will see the resolution menu. Each time you press the Resolution button, the
resolution changes in the following sequence: 576i > 576p > 720p > 1080i > 1080p by pressing the
Exit button it turns the sound On/Off again.
3. Numeric : Controls the numerical operation and service numbers directly.
4. Subtitle : To show multilingual subtitle.
5. Teletext : To show the digital teletext.
6. OK or Service List : Show the service list in non-menu mode and select an item or confirm in menu
mode.
7. ARROW Buttons
a. Up & Down Buttons : To change the value of a selected item with preprogrammed values in menu.
b. Left & Right Buttons : To move the cursor left and right in menu.
8. Menu : To enter the main menu or to move to the previous menu.
9. EXIT : Exit from the menu or pop-up window.
10. Play List : To show the file list in the USB Storage Device or Network Storage Device.
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11. Favorite : To display the satellite group and the favorite groups.
12. EPG(Electronic Program Guide) : Show the TV/Radio program guide.
13. Recall : Moves to previous service.
14. Volume Up & Down : To change the Volume.
15. Play / Time shift : Display the progress bar of playback when no progress bar is displayed. Start
playback with normal speed. Return to normal speed from trick mode.
16. Channel Up & Down: To change service channel.
17. Pause : This key is used to pause the video. Press once more to resume the video.
18. Rewind : Rewinds at high speed. Each time you press this button the rewind speed is increased.
19. STOP : To stop time shifting, play back or recording.
20. Fast Forward : Fasts forward at high speed. Each time you press this button the speed is increased.
21. Previous File : To play the previous MP3 file in MP3 play mode. This button is also used to jump back
to beginning of recording during a playback.
22. Recording : To start Recording.
23. Next File : To play the next file. This button is also used to jump to end of recording during a playback.
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24. Color Buttons
a. RED : Used for special function in menu. RED key is used to sort lists in service list or go to previous
day search in EPG or make/delete the current position as a bookmark.
b. GREEN : Used for special function in menu. Green key is used to set favorites setting in service list
or go to the next bookmark position.
c. YELLOW : Used for special function in menu. Yellow key is used to find service in service list or
change the audio track.
d. BLUE : Used for special function in menu. Blue key is used to set service list option in service list or
display Multi-Picture.
25. Page Up& Down : Move to the next or previous page if more than one page are available. This button
also is change the location of sub picture in PIP.
26. TV/RADIO : Switches between TV and Radio.
27. Information : Shows the information of the current program. If you press one more, detail
information box will be shown.
28. PIP Buttons
a. PIP(Picture in Picture) : To set PIP window.
b. PIP Swap : Switching between main-picture and sub-picture
c. PIP(Picture in Picture) Service List : To shown the sub-picture service list.
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Connecting diagram
1. Receiver to Adaptor
 Connect the adaptor to D/C power socket of receiver.
2. Receiver to TV with Digital A/V Output
 Connect the HDMI Cable to the HDMI Connector of the TV.
 Connect SPDIF to Digital audio input of the equipment(Digital Audio)
NOTE : Depending on the A/V equipment you own, there are various ways you can connect
the STB. To choose the best connection option, please refer to the manual of the
equipment you would like to connect to. To get High Definition playback of High
Definition content, we recommend that you connect your high definition display
with a HDMI cable. HDMI supports standard, enhanced or high-definition video
and multichannel audio in a single cable.
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3. Receiver to TV with Analog A/V Output
 Connect the VIDEO and AUDIO L, R to VIDEO IN and AUDIO L, R IN of TV.
NOTE : The composite connection(RCA cable) is recommended for analogue TV
You cannot view high definition video with the composite video connector.
4. Connecting to Antenna Cable
 Using Single DISH : Connect the Satellite Antenna cable to LNB IN.
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 Using DiSEqC switch : Connect the cable of DiSEqC switch to LNB IN.
 Using DiSEqC motor : Connect the cable of DiSEqC motor to LNB IN.
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5. Guide to mounting an STB on TV back panel (Optional)
 Install the mount bracket on back panel of TV using the screws provided
 Mount your STB on the bracket.
 Connect IR Extension to the IR Rec Jack on the rear panel.
 PLACEMENT : The IR receiver should be located so that it is not directly facing a light source such as
lamps or displays. When mounted near a display, it should be flush to the display and away from light
reflections that may occur.
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Guide of Functions
1. Selecting a Service
To select the desired service (channel), please refer to the instructions below.
1.1 Using CH UP/DOWN buttons
You can navigate between services by pressing CH UP/DOWN buttons. Whenever you press the CH
UP(DOWN) button, current service will be changed to next/previous service. Please press CH UP or CH
DOWN button until you fine the service you want to watch.
1.2 Using Service List
To select the desired service in the service list, you should firstly
display the service list by pressing the OK button.
Use the ARROW buttons to select a desired service and press
the OK button.
You can see that the service is changed in the small screen on
the top-right.
To watch that service, press the OK button once more.
To watch the previous service, press the EXIT button.
In the Service List window, you can also select additional
functions with the COLOR buttons. Press the RED button, and
you can sort the services by the Alphabet, Transponder(TP), Group, Tuner and CAS (Conditional Access
System).
Press the GREEN button, and you can add the services to one of 10 Favorite List.
Press the YELLOW button, and you can search & find the service via a virtual keyboard.
Press the BLUE button, and you can adjust service list option.
1.3 Using Simple Service List
 If you press NUMERIC buttons or UP/DOWN ARROW button,
instant service list will be displayed.
 Select the desired service by using the ARROW button, and
press OK button to watch.
 You can also enter the service number directly by using the
NUMERIC button.
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1.4 Using Recent Service List
 To display recent service list, press the RECALL button for a
short time.
 To return to the previous service that you were watching,
press RECALL button twice or for a longer time.
 Choose the service from the recent service list, use the
ARROW button to select, and then press the OK button.
 Press EXIT button to exit from the recent service list.
2. Information Window
If you want to view the information of the current service that
you are watching, press INFO button. Then the Information
window will be displayed.
This Information window is automatically displayed when
changing between the services.
This window contains much useful information such as service
number, service name, scrambled types of service, teletext,
subtitle, Audio indication for Dolby Digital, Time duration of the
service and so on.
By pressing INFO button once again, you can get more detailed
information about the service.
3. Multi-Picture Display.
Press the BLUE button to display multiple pictures and use the
RED button to select the display options for 9 or 12 multiple
pictures.
4. Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) allows you to see program
schedule and program information from the service which
includes this data as part of their transmission. Multiple services
will be shown with a time line of programming events. The EPG
supplies additional information of channel service, such as
program listings, start/end times and detailed information about
the program listings for all available services. The availability and
details of information of these program details can be varied,
depending on the particular broadcasters, individual services.
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 Press the EPG button, then the EPG menu will be displayed.
 Use the ARROW buttons to move to other services or to see previous/next guide.
 Press the EPG button once to view full EPG with multi service list, and press it twice to view the
additional EPG information of a specific channel service. Keep pressing the EPG button to toggle
between the full and detailed menus of EPG.
 Press the GREEN button to view next day EPG and the RED button to view EPG for a previous day.
 Select the program by using the ARROW buttons then set the event timer by pressing OK.
 You can schedule a recording with the EPG menu as follows.
- Press RECORD button to schedule the event. This schedule can be checked in the menu of Timer
Settings, in the System tool menu.
- To cancel the schedule of the recording, press the OK button for the appointed event.
- To edit the schedule of the recording, press the RECORD button for the appointed event.
5. Favorite Group
Press the FAV(Favorite) button to view all favorite groups such as
sports, movie, drama, satellite group and so on. Scroll through the
various favorite group using the UP/DOWN ARROW buttons, and
select the desired favorite group by pressing OK button.
6. Volume Control
 To adjust the audio volume, press the VOL UP/ DOWN
buttons.
 Audio volume control bar will be displayed at the top of the
screen and disappear after 4 seconds.
 When necessary, press the MUTE button to turn on/off the
audio sound.
NOTE : The mute function remains set while you change
services.
7. Pause
PAUSE button is used to freeze the video. Press PAUSE button
once more to resume the video.
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8. Subtitle
You can select the language for a Subtitle, if the program
provides subtitle information.
 Press the SUBTITLE button on your remote control unit.
 Select the desired subtitle language then press OK button.
 The subtitle will be displayed in the selected language at the
bottom of the screen.
 To turn OFF the subtitle from the screen, Select ‘Off’ from the
subtitle language list.
NOTE : When program does not provide subtitle information,
SUBTITLE button will not be active.
9. Audio Control
Press YELLOW button on live TV service to display Audio Control menu. You can set Audio Track /
Sound Mode / Sound Level.
 Audio Track :
You can see all the audio track of the service you are watching.
Use the ARROW buttons to choose the preferred audio track. If
you select Auto, audio track will play as what you set for audio
language in language setting menu.
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Sound Mode :
To set sound mode, Stereo / Mono / Left / Right.
 Sound Level :
To set sound level, Low(-30%) / Normal / High(+30%) / Off.
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10. Teletext
When the TELETEXT icon on the INFO Banner, press the TELETEXT button to view the teletext.
11. PIP (Picture in Picture)
 When you press the PIP button, a sub picture screen will appear on the main screen view.
If you press the PIP button one more time, the primary picture and the sub picture will appear
together side-by-side with the same size. The picture of the left side is the primary and the picture on
the right side is sub. If you press the PIP button one more time, the sub picture will disappear.
 In the PIP mode, you can change primary and sub with the PIP SWAP button.
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 If you press the PAGE UP/DOWN button, the location of the sub picture is changed.
 If you press the PIP SERVICE LIST button, you can see the list
of services of sub picture.
You can change the service of the sub picture from the
service list shown.
NOTE : Changing services of sub the picture could be
limited by the condition of the tuner connection or
a recording event ongoing.
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PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Function
1. Recording
You can select a recording storage device with the following sequence :
Menu > Configuration > Recording Option > Record Device.
Default is set to ‘USB’.
1.1 Recording methods
There are 3 type recording methods.
(Instant Recording / Time Scheduled Recording / Event Scheduled Recording).
 Instant Recording :
You may press the RECORD button to start your recording
instantly at anytime.
 Time Scheduled Recording :
- In Timer Settings menu, you may set the time & program to
record your desired service program.
(Go to Main Menu > System Tools > Timer Settings)
- Press the GREEN button to activate the new timer edit
screen.
- In the Timer Edit screen, you may choose start date/time,
duration, service, mode, type (Recording/Play) then simply
press the Yes button to schedule your recording event.
Please note that the minimum offset time of 3 minutes is
required from the Start time & current time for appropriate
recording process to take place.
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 Event Scheduled Recording via EPG
- In the EPG menu screen, you can choose the event you
wish to schedule or record.
- While watching the LIVE TV screen, press the EPG button to
access the EPG menu screen.
- Choose the event you wish to reserve to play or record,
then press OK to view option menu. You can select Once
record / Series record / Play.
- Once Record : Reserve to record once.
- Series Record : Reserve to record the series.
- Play : Reserve to view live TV.
- When you set an event for scheduled recording via the EPG
menu. It automatically sets a Timer Event in the Main
Menu > System Tools > Timer Settings.
Note :
Series recording may not completely perform the recording the same series according to the
condition of EPG information from the service.
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1.2 Recording Edit
Press the REC button while recording to see the recording message window.
 Pause : Select Pause Recording then press OK to pause the
current recording process.
 Duration : Set recording duration. Press LEFT/RIGHT ARROW
button to change recording duration.
 Stop Position :
Set the finishing time of recording.
- End of current event : finish recording at the end of current
event
- End of next event : finish recording at the end of next event.
- Not Available : EPG is not available.
 Record Slot : When you are recording 3 services, you can
select Primary / Secondary / Tertiary by pressing Left/Right
Arrow button, then go to Change Service and press OK button
to show that recording service.
1.3 Long Time recording
During lengthy time recording processes of 4GB(Giga Byte) or more, additional files may be created per
every 4GB. (For example; aaa.ts, aaa.ts1, aaa.ts2… and so on).
You must remember not to delete any of duplicated file. These files are only able to be viewed with
your PC not with the receiver (STB).
1.4 Pause during recording
 When the PAUSE button is pressed during recording, only the
live video is paused, but recording is continued at the selected
recording device.
(Menu > Configuration > Recording Option > Record Device)
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 Press PAUSE button once again and event will resume from
the pause time.
 During recording, press the PLAY/TIMESHIFT button to show
the Play bar screen.
 While the Play bar is shown on your screen, you may use the
LEFT/RIGHT Arrow button to move (forward & backward)
freely within recorded time.
 If you press YELLOW button in the Play bar, you can set the
Position Jump time at Auto / 10sec / 30sec / 1min / 2min / 4min
/ 10min. Then press LEFT/RIGHT Arrow button to jump as you
set the time.
 If you press the STOP button, it will go to LIVE and you may
press PREV FILE button to view the recorded file from the
beginning.
 STB can record up to 3 different services simultaneously.
 When recording 3 services at the same time, you can press the
STOP button to see a message window of current recording
status / information.
If you select one of the 3 or 2 recordings and press the OK
button, that recording service will be stopped.
If you press the STOP button during recording 1 service, a
recording stop message window will appear. Then select YES
to stop recording.
NOTE : If If you want the recording up to 3 services, please format the storage devise with
‘NTFS’ or 'Journaled(JFS)' file system.
Menu > Storage Manager > Format > File System > select ‘NTFS’ or
'Journaled(JFS)'..
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2. Time Shifting
You can select a storage device for a temporary file of the Time
shifting with the following sequence:
Menu > Configuration > Recording Option > TimeShift Device.
Default storage device is set to ‘USB’
 If pressing the PAUSE button during Time shift, the live video
is paused but the temporary recording for time shift is
continued at the selected storage device.
 Press the PAUSE button once again, then the event will resume from the paused time.
 While watching live TV, press the PLAY/TIMESHIFT button to show the play bar on your screen.
 When the play bar is displayed on your screen, you may use
the LEFT/RIGHT Arrow buttons to move freely through the
recorded times bar.
 If you press YELLOW button in the Play bar, you can set the
Position Jump time at Auto / 10sec / 30sec / 1min / 2min / 4min
/ 10min. Then press LEFT/RIGHT Arrow button to jump as you
set the time.
 If you press the STOP button while time-shifting, the screen
will be turned to a live TV channel. You can also use PREV FILE
button to move to a start location of the Time-shifted file.
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3. Playback (Play List)
You can playback many files with the Playlist which you access by
the PLAYLIST button.
In the Playlist, you can check and playback recorded files,
multimedia movie files, MP3 music files, and image files. With the
LEFT/RIGHT ARROW button, go to the Recorded Files, Imported
Files, Music and Photo category and check & for playback files in
each category.
If press the PLAYLIST button, you can see all playable files. In
this mode, Green button is not in operation (not working). And
when you select the file, you will not be able to select the different
types of file format files together at once.
You can press LEFT/RIGHT Arrow button to move to Recorded Files / Imported Files / Music / Photo /
Play List menu.
3.1 Recorded Files
 If you press RIGHT Arrow button in Play List, you can go to
Recorded Files menu.
 Locate the recorded file(s) you wish to play with the
UP/DOWN button and press the OK button to playback the
recorded file(s).
 To choose a particular selection of files, select a desired file and
press the RED button. Press the OK button to begin the
selected files.
 Select Device : Press PLAYLIST button one more time in the
Playlist mode to see “Select Device” window, and select the
device which has the file you want to play.
NOTE : “Select Device” window shows devices which are
currently connected to the STB.
 Sorting : If you press the YELLOW button, you can sort the
files by Time / Name / Size / Type.
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 File Option :
If you press the BLUE button, you can select a option for
Delete, New Folder, Move to Folder, Copy to Device, Rename,
Lock/Unlock. You can select multiple files together and delete
or move all of them at once.
- Delete : To delete file(s)
- New Folder : To make new folder. Default name of the
folder is “Group#”.
- Move to Folder : To move the selected file(s) to a folder you
want. This option is available if there is no folder.
- Copy to Device : To copy the file(s) to other storage device.
This option is not available if only one storage device is connected.
- Rename : To rename the folder or file.
- Lock / Unlock : To lock and/or unlock the file with your PIN Code. You must select a file to do this
option.
3.2 Imported Files
 If you press RIGHT ARROW button in Recorded Files, you can
go to Imported File menu.
 Locate the file(s) you wish to play with the UP/DOWN button
and press the OK button to enjoy the movie.
 To choose a particular selection of files, select a desired file and
press the RED button. Press the OK button to begin the
selected files.
 You can use the same ‘Select Device’, ‘Sorting’ and ‘File Option’
features as in the Recorded Files.
3.3 Music
 If you press the RIGHT ARROW button in Imported Files, you
can go to Music menu.
 If you press the RECALL button, you can enjoy music with
Shuffle playback and repeat.
You can use the same ‘Select Device’, ‘Sorting’ and ‘File
Option’ features as in the Recorded Files.
3.4 Photo
 If you press the RIGHT ARROW button in Music, you can go to
the Image Photo menu.
 If you press the RED button or OK button, you can start the
slide show of image files. Press the EXIT button to stop slide
show.
- RED button : Auto Slide show
- OK button : Manual Slide show
 If you press the GREEN button, you can adjust the Slide Time,
Repetition, Title, Down-scale.
 You can use the same ‘Select Device’, ‘Sorting’ and ‘File
Option’ features as in the Recorded Files.
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4. Bookmark
 When the Play bar is displayed, you may move to desired time and book mark it by pressing the RED
button. Bookmark(s) are indicated with a Green line on the play bar. Also, you may press the RED
button to activate the play bar to mark your bookmark(s).
 When the play bar is on, user can move / jump between the bookmarks by pressing the GREEN button.
 If you wish to delete any Bookmarks, go to that bookmark by
pressing the GREEN button, then press the RED button to
delete the current bookmarks.
5. Trick mode
 The user can change the speed of a fast forward play with
FF(Fast Forward) button. Press FF button to change the
speed to x2, x4, x6, and x8. If you once again press FF
button in its x8 mode, it returns to normal(x1) speed play.
 You can also change rewind speed with the REWIND button.
Press REWIND button to change the speed to x2, x4, x6, and
x8. If you press the REWIND button again in it is at the x8
mode, it returns to normal speed.
 You may press the PAUSE button at any time to pause a prerecorded event. Press the PAUSE button once again to resume
play of the recorded event.
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Menu Map
Main Menu
1. Storage Manager
2. Timer Settings
3. Service List Manager
4. Data Transfer
System Tools
1. Recording Option
2. Parental Control
3. Display Setting
4. Time Setting
5. Language Setting
6. A/V Output Setting
Configuration
1. Dish Setting
2. Positioner Setting
3. Service Search
4. Network Setting
5. System Recovery
Installation
6. System Information
1. Calculator
2. Calendar
3. CAS
4. Plugin
5. Free TV +
Utilities
6. Internet TV+
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Main Menu of Guide
To display the menu, press the MENU button at any time. You can
select the sub menus by using the ARROW buttons.
The selected sub menu becomes highlighted. After selecting
(highlighting) the sub menu you want to access, press the OK
button. If you want to return to the previous menu, press the
MENU button. And if you want to exit from the menu, press the
EXIT button.
1. System Tools
1.1 Storage Manager
The items in this menu allow you to access and control the
storage devices that you want.
 Current Device : Select the storage device you want to access
with the ARROW/OK buttons.
 Status : You can see the information of current connected
devices, such as ‘Mounted’, ‘Not Available’
 File System : It shows the file system of the current device.
You can also select desired file system that you want when
you format the device.
NOTE : NTFS is the recommended file system to format, and it will be also recognized in
Windows system
 Total : Displays total size of current device.
 Free : Displays free size of current device.
 Format : If you press the OK button to format current device, the device will be formatted with above
file system.
NOTE : When file system is ‘Unknown’, the device will be formatted with ‘NTFS’.
 Storage Check : Check the current connected device.
 Play List : Press OK button to move to ‘Play List’ menu directly.
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1.2 Timer Settings
Insert a new timer entry or modify an existing timer entry.
 To add new timer entry : Press the GREEN button. Timer Edit
window will popup. You can set the specific start date, time,
duration and service for its reservation. And you can choose
one of Timer Modes as 'Once' or 'Daily' or 'Weekly'. You can
choose timer operation type as ‘Recording’ or just to 'Play'.
- If you choose 'Recording', it will start recording at that time.
- If you choose 'Play', it will change and tune to the service
that you wish to watch.
- If you set Alarm Confirm Message to ‘On’, alarm message will activate. Or choose ‘Off’ to disable.
 To modify existing timer entry : Choose the timer entry which you wish to modify and press the OK
button.
 To delete an existing timer entry : Choose the timer entry
that you want to delete and press the RED button.
 Press YELLOW button to enter to Calendar.
 Press BLUE button if you want to delete all the event(s).
NOTE : If you reserve one or more event through the EPG
menu, the reserved event(s) will be added to Timer
Settings automatically.
1.3 Service List Manager
Service List Manager menu will appear when you press the OK button.
You can select Edit Mode by pressing the BLUE button.
 Lock Services : All service lists will be shown on the left side of
the window, the middle will show the list of service to be
locked. By using the ARROW and OK buttons, you may move
the chosen service to the middle window to lock that service.
Services can also be moved back from the middle to the left
side to un-lock them.
 Move Services : All service lists will be shown on left side of
the window, services to be moved will be shown on the
middle window. Move the service to the middle window by
using the ARROW and OK buttons, then the middle window
service will be moved to a specified location when the desired
location is selected from the left window.
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 Delete Services : All service lists will be shown on left side of
the window. By using the ARROW and OK buttons you may
select services to be deleted by placing them in the middle
window. The press the GREEN button to delete the selected
services.
 Skip Services : All services will be shown on left side of the
window, the middle window will only show the services that
are chosen to be skipped. By using the ARROW and OK
buttons you may move the selected services from the left to
middle window to skip them.
 Set Favorite Services : Use the ARROW and OK buttons to
select your desired favorite group. Once, favorite group is
chosen, the left side window will show all service lists and the
middle window will only show the selected services of the
favorite group selected. By using the ARROW and OK buttons,
you may ADD the desired services to a favorite group or
DELETE any from the favorite group. The name of the favorite
group can be edited by pressing the GREEN button.
 You can go to Select Favorite Group by pressing GREEN
button. In this mode, you can select Lock Group / Edit Group
Name / Add Group / Delete Group.
 Edit Services : All services name will be shown on the left side
of the window.
Move the highlighted bar to the service where you want to
edit its name and press the OK button for Edit Service menu.
Then move the highlighted bar which you want to edit.
You can edit Service Name, Video Stream Type, Video PID,
Audio Stream Type, Audio PID, PCR PID.
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1.4 Data Transfer
 Transfer all System data to USB storage : If you want to
transfer and use BOTH of the current system parameters and
service data in the future, this menu will allow you to store all
data to your USB device. Press OK button to store all current
data to an external USB storage.
 Transfer Service data to USB storage : If you want to transfer
and use ONLY the service data in the future, this menu allows
you to store current service data. Press the OK button to store
the current service data to your external USB storage. The
service data can also be viewed and edited on a PC with an appropriate editor (DrEdit) for the file
saved.
 Data download from USB storage device : This menu allows you to download the saved data from
the external USB storage to your STB. Press OK button to download data.
NOTE : If no USB device is connected USB slots, then a Menu item will not be available.
2. Configuration
2.1 Recording Option
 Alarm Confirm Message : Turn ‘ON’ this Alarm message to
indicate and show the alert pop-up message when there is a
reserved recording event. The alert message will show 3
minutes before the starting time of the reserved recording
event.
 Recording Stop Message :
- Set 'On' : When you press the STOP button while recording,
then a confirmation window is displayed.
- Set 'Off' : When you press the STOP button while recording, the STB will stop the recording process
immediately / instantly without asking the additional confirmation from the user.
 Extra Recording Time Before(Start) & After(Finish) :
- You can add an extra recording time before start / after finish (1min /2min /3min /4min /5min/
10min/ 15min/ off) to scheduled recording events. If you set an extra recording time by using the
ARROW and OK buttons, the scheduled recording event will have a ‘Start’ / ‘Finish’ time of
additional recording time added to the basic event. This option only works for real time events.
But, when you schedule a service recording in the Timer Settings menu, this option has no affect.
 TimeShift Start : You can choose the method of TimeShift function.
- Auto : TimeShift function is automatically activated.
- Off : TimeShift function will be disabled.
- Manual : TimeShift will be activated when the Pause key is pressed.
 TimeShift Duration : You can adjust TimeShift duration in 30 minute intervals. (Off /30min /60min
/90min /120min). This duration defines the maximum time length of the TimeShift as long as the
storage device has enough memory space left.
 Playback Position Jump : When you use LEFT/RIGHT ARROW button to move back/forward through
the recorded time bar, You can select the time intervals. (10 Sec / 30 Sec / 1Min / 2 Min / 4 Min / 10
Min / Auto).
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 Playback Numeric Function : This selection of function defines the operation type of the NUMERIC
buttons of your remote control unit (RCU) while the ‘Playbar’ is displayed on the screen.
- Commercial Skip : When the NUMERIC buttons (1 to 9) are pressed the video will move forward
according to the NUMERIC buttons pressed. For example ; when ‘1’ is pressed, 1min move forward,
‘5’ is pressed, 5min move forward from current position. When ‘0’ is pressed, it will move back for
1minute.
- Percentage Move : When the NUMERIC buttons are pressed, the video will move to the location of
that % percentage of numbers pressed. For example ; if you press ‘10’, you will move to the 10%
location of the total video length. If you press ‘99’, you will move to the end of the video clip
recorded.
 TimeShift Device : You can select the TimeShift Device you wish to use.
- USB Network Drive.
 Record Device : You can select the Recording device you wish to use.
- USB Network Drive.
2.2 Parental Control
User’s access rights to a service and programs are controlled by
a 4-digit secret code that is defined by the user. Whenever you
attempt to access the parental control menu, a pop-up window
will ask you to input a PIN code. (If necessary, you can change
it.)
NOTE : The default PIN code is ‘0000’
 Censorship : Set the parental guidance rating of highlighted
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censorship classification. The parental level is given as an agebased number.
Change Pin code : To change your PIN code, input the new
PIN code using the NUMERIC buttons. To verify the new PIN
code, input the new PIN code again.
System : Set the access rights to the System menu.
Installation : Set the access rights to the Installation menu.
Configuration : Set the access rights to the Configuration menu.
Edit Service : Set the access rights to the Edit menu.
Plugin : Plugin Set the access rights to the Plugin menu.
2.3 Display Setting
 Info Box position : Set a position of the information window.
 Info Box Display Time : Set the time duration of the
information window being displayed on the screen after
changing services.
 Info Box Event Type : Set the event type that display in left
bottom part of the information window.
- Present Event with Time :
Display the present event name with time. (Default)
- Present and Follow Event :
Display the present and following event name.
 Volume Bar Display Time : Set the time duration of the volume bar being displayed on the screen
after changing audio volumes.
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 Zapping Mode : You can set the zapping mode as follows (zapping mode is when changing services).
- Black screen : Display a black screen when changing between services.
- Freeze : Display the last still picture when changing services.
 Simple Service List : To set the simple service list ‘On’ to display or ‘Off ‘.
- On : Press UP/DOWN ARROW button to display the simple service list while watching live TV.
- Off : If you set Off, channel Up/Down when you press UP/DOWN ARROW button.
2.4 Time Setting
 Time Setting : To set the current time, you can use two
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Local Offset : Enter the offset value by using the standardized
information of current service area.
Daylight Saving : If you want to apply daylight saving, select
the counter by using the ARROW buttons.
Clock Mode : Select the type of clock display(12 Hours or 24
Hours) using ARROW buttons.
Wake Up Mode : Enter the time for the receiver to
automatically power ON. And you can choose one of Wake Up Mode as ‘off’ or ‘Once’ or ‘Daily’ or
‘Weekly’.
- Wake Up Date : Select the date when the STB is turn on. Press the OK button to display calendar.
- Wake Up Days : Select a day of the week when the STB is turn on.
- Wake Up Time : Enter the wake up time of the STB using the NUMERIC buttons.
- Wake Up Service : Select the service when the STB is turn on. Press the OK button to display the
service list.
Sleep Mode : Enter the time for the receiver to automatically switch OFF and go to standby mode.
And you can choose one of the Wake Up Mode as ‘off’ or ‘Once’ or ‘Daily’ or ‘Weekly’.
- Sleep Date : Select the date when the STB is turn off. Press the OK button to display the calendar.
- Sleep Days : Select a day of the week when STB is turn off.
Sleep Time : Enter the turn-off time of the STB using the NUMERIC buttons.
2.5 Language Setting
 Menu Language : Select the desired menu language by using
the ARROW buttons.
NOTE : The menu and operation languages can be
changed depending on the country sold. Available
languages are subject to change without prior
notice.
 Audio Language : Select the default language for the audio
when changing services. If no other language is provided,
then the default language of current will be automatically
selected.
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 Subtitle Language : Select the default language for subtitle when changing service.
 Teletext Language : Select the default language for Teletext.
 User Font file : Select a font you want to use.
NOTE : To show and use the User Font, please install a desired font file(*.ttf) to the
/Var/Font directory(folder) in your PC which is connected with your receiver(STB)
by network. Then press LEFT/RIGHT button to select a font and press OK button.
2.6 A/V Output Setting
 TV Type : Select the TV types.(PAL/NTSC/Auto) In Auto mode,
the STB is automatically selected to NTSC or PAL accordingly
to the service played.
 TV Aspect Ratio : Select the aspect ratio of TV which is
connected to the STB (4:3/16:9). This menu must be set prior
to selecting the Display Format function.
 Display Resolution : Select the Display Resolution of the
screen by using ARROW or OK button. You can also change
the resolution with Resolution button in the remote. Each
time you press the Resolution button, the resolution changes in the following sequence: 576i > 576p
> 720p > 1080i > 1080p.
NOTE : Please note that your TV may not show a picture depending on the Display Resolution set by
your STB as well as if set to PAL when NTSC is required or vice versa. If you set the Display
Resolution as HD(more than 576p), your TV cannot display anything when the TV is
connected to the Composite Video output of the STB. In case of HDMI, your TV can display a
picture for all of the resolution settings of the STB. But it is also possible that your TV may not
display a picture with 576i, because some HDTV’s does not support 576i.
 Display Format : In case of a 4:3 ratio TV set, you can select Letter Box or Pan&Scan. In case of a 16:9
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Pillar Box , Pan&Scan or Full Screen.
HDMI Dolby Digital : Set the Dolby Digital mode 'On' or 'Off' in status of HDMI output.
Dolby Digital Default : Set the Dolby Digital Default mode 'On' or 'Off'. If you set 'On', Dolby Audio
will play on the service that support Dolby Audio.
Sound Mode : Set the audio mode output among the RCA jack, optical SPDIF and HDMI
(Stereo/Mono/Left/Right).
Power Saving in Standby Mode : You can select the Power Saving in standby Mode.
Audio Sync Delay : To adjust Audio Sync. You can adjust from 0ms to 400ms.
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3. Installation
3.1 Dish Setting
Select the satellite/antenna and LNB settings for service sear
ch. The values that are set in this menu will be available fo
r selection in other service searching menus.
 Satellite : Select the satellite which you want to do a search
for.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT ARROW button to select the satellite.
- If you press the OK button, the entire satellite list will be
displayed.
- Select the desired satellite name to search.
- If the desired satellite name is not listed then select User
Defined.
 Frequency : Select the satellite frequency which you want to use for checking the signal.
 LNB Power : Select the LNB power on or off.
 LNB Type : Select the LNB type.
 LNB Frequency : Select the local oscillator (L.O.). frequency that is specified for the LNB used..
- Use the LEFT/RIGHT ARROW buttons to select the LNB frequency.
- If the required LNB frequency is not listed, then enter the frequency manually using the NUMERIC
buttons.
- When you select Universal LNB type, both 9750 and 10600 are supported at the same time. And
then the LNB 22KHz setting is disabled.
 LNB 22KHz : When you use a separate coax 22 KHz tone switch box, make the 22 KHz tone switch
enabled or disabled to select the input you desire of the tone switch.
 DiSEqC Switch : If you use DiSEqC 1.0 or DiSEqC 1.1 switch, select one of the DiSEqC inputs.
 Service Search : Press the OK button to move to the Search Menu
3.2 Positioner Setting
 Satellite : Select the satellite which you want to search for the
Service.
- Press the LEFT/RIGHT ARROW button to select the satellite.
- If you press the OK button, a complete satellite list will be
displayed.
- Select the wanted satellite name.
- If the desired satellite name is not listed then select User
Defined.
 Frequency : Select the satellite frequency you want to use to
check for a signal.
 Positioner : Select the positioner.
- None : (No Positioner)
- Using DiSEqC 1.2 :
Move : To move the dish, press LEFT/RIGHT button.
Fine Move : To move the dish in smaller steps, press the
LEFT/RIGHT ARROW button.
Step : Set to positioner moving steps as 1, 2, 3, 4
Positioner Command : To use various positioner commands,
press the OK button. Then, available positioner commands
will appear.
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- Using USALS :
Dish Longitude : Enter the longitude position of the
antenna using the NUMERIC buttons.
Dish Latitude : Enter the latitude using the NUMERIC
buttons.
Go To : Press the OK button to rotate the dish to the
selected antenna position.
Positioner Command : To use various positioner commands,
press the OK button. Then, available positioner commands
will appear.
 Dish Setting : Press the OK button to move to Dish Setting menu directly.
 Service Search : Press the OK button to move to Service Search menu directly.
3.3 Service Search
 Auto Search Mode :
- Satellite : Press the OK button to select the target satellite
to be searched.
- Search Type : Select the search type.
- Network Search : You can select Off or On. When you select
‘On’, you can find more transponders using the home
network. As it refers to NIT during searching, if there is the
frequency information of other transponder, it searches the
other transponder besides the transponder that the user
inputs.
- Time Calibration : You can select ‘Simple’, ‘Full’ and ‘Off’ to
get TDT(Time Data Table) from each TP
- Dish Setting : Press the OK button to move to Dish Setting menu directly.
- Positioner Setting : Press the OK button to move to the Positioner Setting menu directly.
- Start Search : Press the OK button to start search.
 Manual Search Mode :
- Satellite : Press the OK button to select the target satellite
for search.
- Frequency : Select the frequency from the list to search.
- Symbol rate : Enter the symbol rate using the NUMERIC
buttons.
- Polarity : Select the polarity. (Vertical/Horizontal)
- Search Type : Select the search type.
- Network Search : You can select Off or On. When you select
‘On’, you can find more transponders using the home
network. As it refers to NIT during searching, if there is the
frequency information of other transponder, it searches the other transponder besides the
transponder that the user inputs.
- Dish Setting : Press the OK button to move to the Dish Setting menu directly.
- Transmission : You can select ‘DVB’ and ‘DVB-S2’
- Start Search : Press the OK button to start a search
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 Blind Search Mode :
- Satellite : Press the OK button to select multiple satellites.
- Frequency : Set Auto to search whole frequency, Set
Manual to search only desired frequency.
- Polarity : Select the polarity. (All Polarity/Vertical/Horizontal)
- Search Type : Select the search type.
- Dish Setting : Press the OK button to move to the Dish
Setting menu directly.
- Start Search : Press the OK button to start a search.
 Advanced Search Mode :
- Satellite : Press the OK button to select the target satellite
for search.
- Frequency : Select the frequency from the list to search.
- Symbol rate : Enter the symbol rate by using the NUMERIC
buttons.
- Polarity : Select the polarity. (Vertical/Horizontal)
- Video PID : Enter the video PID using the NUMERIC buttons.
- Audio PID : Enter the audio PID using the NUMERIC buttons.
- PCR PID : Enter the PCR PID using the NUMERIC buttons.
- Transmission : You can select ‘DVB’ and ‘DVB-S2’
- Start Search : Press the OK button to start a search.
3.4 Network Setting
To use a Network connected to the STB Ethernet port, you
have to prepare the STB Network settings. When the STB and a
PC are connected via a network, you can access the files of the
STB storage device such as USB storage device.
NOTE : If you use DHCP function of router, you can set
easily network configuration.
 DHCP : You can select On/Off for the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to get the all
configuration from the router.
- If you select ‘On’ : You will obtain the configuration from network and be set up automatically. In
this case, the remaining item (IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, First DNS, Second DNS) are
automatically set and you don’t have to configure them manually.
- If you select ‘Off’ : You have to input the IP address manually together with the following data.
- IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, First DNS, Second DNS : You can input the address with the OK
button, NUMERIC buttons and the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. You can move to the next item of Subnet
Mast with the DOWN button and you can configure the following items in the same way.
 MAC Address : This will display the MAC address of the STB Ethernet interface and is a fixed
assignment unique to each STB.
 Firmware Upgrade Server : To upgrade the firmware by downloading from a internet server.
NOTE : Server installation and settings must be controlled by expert server manager. A
storage device must be connected with your receiver(STB) when firmware
upgrade from server.
 Proxy Server : This will allow you to access the blocked websites indirectly (like detour path).
NOTE : However, due to the indirect method of access, the slow loading speed and
failure of data reception can happen.
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 Control of the files via the network and your PC :
- Check the IP Address of the STB on the Network Setting
menu.
- Press Enter button on your PC, after writing IP Address on
the web browser address line. Ex.) \\168.158.10.146\storage
- You can see the folder name of USB in the Storage folder.
- USB : USB Storage Device
- You may be able to load and retrieve data between the PC
and the STB via the browser
 Dynamic settings (RED key)
- You can make your DDNS setting in this menu by pressing
the RED colored button.
- For more details about your DDNS settings, please ask your
local DDNS service provider.
 Wireless LAN can be supported by using the ‘USB to Wi-Fi’ module connected (*Option)
- By pressing the BLUE colored button, you can automatically find and do the settings for AP.
- For the details of Wireless Wi-Fi settings, please refer to the additional AP manual.
NOTE : The speed of Wireless LAN is slower than the Wired LAN. So, it could take much more
time when a file copy / move functions are performed.
NOTE : Inevitably, only the limited types of Wireless LAN modules are supported. So, you
MUST check for the compatible / supported types BEFORE you purchase.
Currently supported types are : RT73 series, RT3070 series, RT2870 series.
3.5 System Recovery
 System restore to factory default : Restore the factory set
values in case the user has encountered some problems after
changing any new parameters of service data and other
parameters which may be in error. Press the OK button to
erase all services and restore default setting.
 Reset Configuration data : Maintain the service data and
reset the configuration data.
 Reset Service data : Maintain configuration data and reset
the service data.
 System restore to stored position : Restore the stored values
including service data and system parameters. Press the OK button to restore all data.
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 Store system data : If you want to use system parameters and service data in the future, this menu
allows you to store current state. Press the OK button to store current state.
 Delete store position : Delete stored system data.
3.6 System Information
This menu displays general information about the hardware and software version of your receiver.
4. Utility
4.1 Calculator
To use the calculator, highlight the calculator and press
the OK button.
4.2 Calendar
To display the calendar, highlight the calendar and press the OK
button. Utilize the ARROW buttons to choose the date. If you
press PAGE UP/DOWN button, you can see the past/next
month of the calendar.
4.3 CAS (Conditional Access System)
 Smart Card Slot
- Conax smart card menu :
To watch scrambled services, you need to have an
appropriate Conax smart card from the service providers.
Insert a valid smart card into smart card slot (only the
bottom slot of the two is active). The message of ‘Smart
card Initializing…’ will appear on the screen. After the
message disappears, you can watch the service you want.
- Smart card information :
You can view the current status of smart card. Select the slot
which you want to view using the ARROW buttons. And
press the OK button.
 CAM Initializing
To watch scrambled services, you need to have a Common Interface Conditional Access Module(CAM)
and an appropriate smart card from the provider. Insert the CAM together with a valid smart card into
CI slot (two slots available). The message of ‘CI Initializing…’ will appear on the screen. After the
message disappears, you can watch the service you want.
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 CAM information
You can view the current status of CAM. Select the slot which you want to view using the ARROW
buttons, and press the OK button. If the CAM is available, you can view information about each slot.
NOTE : The displayed information of each CAMs may be different depending on the CAM used.
 CI message
- On : To display the CI message on live TV service.
- Off : To disable the CI message on live TV service.
4.4 Plugin
If you have the program file for Plugin, you can download the file(s) to Plugin then enjoy the program.
 Download Plugin File
- In the USB storage, please create a new folder name
‘plugin’ and in this ‘plugin’ folder, create a folder name
‘bin’. (plugin > bin)
- Store(Copy) the plugin file in the ‘bin’ folder.
- Connect the USB storage to the receiver. When Software
Download menu is appeared, then press LEFT/RIGHT
ARROW buttons to move to User Data Download mode.
- Press RED button to start download the plugin file that you
want.
NOTE : You can also download by Menu > System Tools
> Data Transfer > Data download from USB storage.
 Plugin Menu
- RED button : To set the plugin Start Type. You can select
Auto or Manual.
- GREEN button : To Start the plugin. You will see ‘Started’ in
State if the plugin is started.
- BLUE button : Press BLUE button if you want to delete the
plugin file.
 We provide a special feature called WebZeal which is for WebBrowsing. You can simply enjoy the WebZeal when you want
web surfing.
 WebZeal Option
- Recall Button : Press to access website you have visited
recently.
- GREEN button : Press to display virtual keyboard.
- FAV Button : Press to add the current web page to favorite.
- YELLOW/BLUE button : Press to adjust the page Zoom In
and Zoom Out as you want.
- MENU button : Press MENU button to show simple internet
menu.
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4.5 Free TV+
 What is Free TV+?
- Free TV+ is a unique feature that enables you to play & enjoy FREE web media contents like Youtube
and other free (but premium) contents from various internet websites such as documentary and
more.
So, you can enjoy watching and also downloading various free web contents with our HD receiver.
 Required settings
- To enjoy your great Free TV+ feature, please make sure to check for the following conditions.
- STB (Set-top-box) should be connected with Ethernet cable, with proper network settings. (Please
refer to the menu of “Network setting”, and its operating instructions).
- USB or HDD storage requirement
Mode
USB or HDD storage
connection
Remark
For playing function, no additional storage connection is
required.
Playing
Not Required
The internal Flash memory in the STB will be used automatically
for the buffering of the contents being played.
The available web contents can also be downloaded to your
USB or HDD storage connected.
Downloading
Required
If more than one storage devices are connected with the STB at
the same time, then the Downloaded files will be saved at the
faster and bigger storage device automatically.
NOTE
a) Problems in network environment : Problems such as flickering and freezing of the screen can
occur while you are watching the YouTube service. These kind of problems can often
occur due to the lagging and poor network status from your local internet service provider
at home. This may also cause the STB to be halted, then we kindly recommend you to
reboot your STB by resetting Power.
 Control part.
 Play: Select the media content you wish to play, and press
OK button.
 Settings (Red button): You can set Picture quality, Unit seek
time and Parental lock options.
- Country : You can change the available contents area where
you would like to watch (this option is only valid for
YouTube).
- Picture Quality: High – Medium – Low
- Unit Seek Time: Set Forward and Backward seeking time
interval for 10 / 20 / 30 / 60 sec.
- Parental Lock: You can lock each contents and video downloading function with password.
 Category (Yellow button): Press this Yellow button to view the list of categories, then choose the
one you prefer to watch in the list of contents.
 Service (Green button): You can select among various free contents provided from web-site.
- Note: Each web-site is removable by pressing Green key on the list.
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 Download (Recording button): Web contents are available for download into USB or HDD storage.
- Note: If more than one storage devices are connected with the STB at the same time, then the
Downloaded files will be saved at the faster and bigger storage device automatically.
 Backward and Forward (Rewind and Fast forward button) playing
- Note: Forward and Backward seeking interval can be set for 10 / 20 / 30 / 60 sec at Settings menu.
 Full Screen: Press OK button to view in full screen size.
4.6 Internet TV+
 What is Internet TV+?
- Internet TV+ feature enables you to watch the ‘Media contents’ being served from the Internet
through a specific URL. It is just like a web-browsing but watching TV instead of web contents.
This feature is not only supporting the streaming of the live broadcast service, but also supports
FMS (Flash Media Server) and Wowza server (RTMP)
 Required settings
- All users are required to do the below settings before you can enjoy the Internet TV+ feature with
your set-top-box (STB).
- STB should be connected with Ethernet cable, with proper network settings. (Please refer to the
menu of “Network setting”, and its operating instructions).
 Control part
 Play: Select the service which you wish to play, and press OK button.
 Add : User can add the URL of the specific site which they want to watch. And they can add more
sites continuously.
- Install Type: You can define the type of URL. (default : Input URL)
- Title : You can input the name of the media contents here.
- URL You can input the URL address that you would like to watch.
- Description : You can define the description of contents here.
- Media Type : You can choose the type of Media service between the “File” and “Live”.
Note : Supported protocols are RTMP, RTMPT, HTTP only.
The codec types supported in this Internet TV+ feature are ;
 Video : MP1V, MP2V, MPEG4P2(MP4), H.264, VC1.
 Audio : MP1A, MP2A, MP3A, AC3, AAC, PCM
 Edit : You can edit the existing contents that you have.
 Delete : You can delete contents you have with this function.
 Full Screen : You can watch the contents with full screen size with this function.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
Does not display any message
on the front panel.
 Check the main power cable and check that it is plugged into a
suitable power outlet.
No Picture
 See ‘Does not display any message on the front panel’ above.
 Check the video output port is firmly connected to the TV or
VCR.
 Check that you have selected the Video Input on your TV.
 Press the STB button on the remote to assure you are
controlling the STB and no other device with the remote.
 Check the brightness level of the TV.
 Check the resolution that your TV supports, and set the proper
resolution with the remote Resolution button to obtain a
picture.
Poor picture quality
 See ‘No Picture’ above.
 Check the signal level, if this is low then tries adjusting the
alignment of your dish.
No Sound
 See ‘No Picture’ above.
 Check the volume level of the TV and STB.
 Check the Mute status of the TV and STB.
Remote Control does not
operate
 Point remote control directly towards the STB.
 Check that the STB button lights up when you press any
button
 Check and replace batteries.
No or Bad Signal
 Check the LNB ; Replace the LNB if necessary.
 Check the cable from the LNB.
 Check the position of the dish; realign dish if necessary.
 If you are using a DiSEqC 1.0 switch, check that you have
connected and programmed the LNBs to the correct
connections on the switch.
 Check the ‘Signal Level’ and the ‘Signal Quality’.
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Specifications
Tuner & Channel Decoder
Input Connector
Loop through out
Frequency Range
Input Impedance
Signal Level
LNB Power
22KHz Tone
DISEqC Control
Demodulation
Input Symbol Rate
FEC Decoder
F-type, IEC 169-24, Female
F-type, IEC 169-24, Female
950MHz ~ 2150MHz
75Ω, unbalanced
-65 to -25dBm
13/18VDC, max.400mA
(22±2)KHz, (0.6±0.2)V
V1.0/1.2/USALS Compatible
QPSK / 8PSK
2 ~ 67.5 Ms/s(QPSK of DVB-S)
2 ~ 52.5 Ms/s(8PSK of DVB-S2)
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 with Constraint Length K=7(DVB-S)
3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9 and 9/10 (DVB-S2)
MPEG Transport Stream A/V Decoding
Transport Stream
Profile Level
Input Rate
Video Formats
Video Resolution
Audio Decoding
Audio Mode
Sampling Rate
H.264(MPEG-4 part 10, MPEG-4/AVC and H26L)
MPEG-II ISO/IEC 13818-2/11172-2
MPEG-4/AVC MP@L4, MPEG-II MP@HL
Max. 80Mbit/s
4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 PanScan, 16 : 9
720 x 576i, 720 x 576p, 720 x 480i, 720 x 480p
1280 x 720p, 1920 x 1080i, 1920 x 1080p(HDMI Only)
Dolby Digital, MPEG-1 Layer 1,2 and 3
Stereo/Joint stereo/Mono, Dolby AC-3
32KHz, 44.1KHz and 48KHz(According to input)
Main System
Main Processor
Memory
STi chipset
Flash-ROM : 256 Mbyte
SDRAM : 256 Mbyte
EEPROM : 256 byte
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Audio / Video & Data IN/OUT
RCA
HDMI
OPTIC
RS-232C
USB
Ethernet
IR extension
CVBS Video Output, Audio L/R Output
Video & Audio Output
AC-3 Dolby Digital (SPDIF)
9-pin D-SUB (Male) type, Transfer rate 115Kbps
USB 2.0 Host Support
10/100 Base-Tx RJ-45 port
Removable IR Extension
Front / Rear Panel
Slot
Display
Buttons
Indicators
1 Common Interface & 1 Smart Card Slot
7-Segment (Channel No. or Time)
3 Buttons(Standby, CH UP/DOWN)
1 Dual-Color LED for Standby & On/Remote
Power Supply
Input Voltage
Type
Power Consumption
Protection
AC 100 ~ 250V, 50/60Hz
ADAPTOR (12V,2A)
Max.24W
Separate Internal Fuse & Lighting protection
Physical Specification
Size (W x H x D)
Weight (Net)
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
220mm X 35mm X 145mm
0.6 Kg
0°C ~ +45°C
-10°C ~ +70°C
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Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union
and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated
as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this
product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Full HD Digital Satellite Receiver
DS-5500HD
www.dragonsat.co.uk
info@dragonsat.co.uk
V.12071 (Eng)
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