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Digital Video User’s Guide
THE FUTURE
NOW SHOWING
Welcome
NEW
WAY to
WATCH
the
Digital TV is different than anything you have seen before. It isn’t
cable…it’s better. Digital TV offers great channels, many features
and many choices. Watch what you want – sports, movies, news,
cartoons, drama, comedies – anything you can imagine is there.
Watch when you want – with features like Autotune, video on
demand and digital video recording. Watch how you want – high
quality digital video and sound. So sit back, relax and enjoy the future.
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Table of Contents
Remote Control Layout
ADB Potenza Remote Control
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1
1 Remote Control Basics
Turn Your Set Top Box or TV On or Off
Change Channels
Adjust Volume
System Buttons
2
2
2
2
2
2 How To Use This Book
4
Layout4
Color-codes & Icons
4
3 Infobar
Infobar Layout
Introducing The Infobar
Go To The Infobar
Using the Infobar
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6
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7
4 Menubar
Introducing the Menubar
Go To the Menubar
Understanding the Menubar
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5 Guide
Guide Layout
Introducing Guide
Go To Guide
Getting Around Guide
Favorites List in Guide
HDTV Programming
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Introducing Guide & Recording
Setting a Reminder, Autotune or Recording
Editing a Recording
Setting a Series Recording
Editing a Series Recording
Skipping an Episode
Cancelling an Autotune, Reminder, Recording or Series Recording
Additional Information on Cancelling Events
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Table of Contents
7 Recording
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Recordings19
Quick Recording
19
General Guidelines About Recordings
19
Pausing Live TV (PLT)
19
Controlling Live TV
20
DVR Playback Controller
20
Schedule Event
21
Accessing the Schedule Event Screen
21
Configuring the Schedule Event Screen
21
Record By Search
22
8 DVR
Introducing DVR
Go To DVR
The DVR Menu Quick Reference
Recorded Programs
Recorded Programs: Watching a Recorded Program
Recorded Programs: Sorting Recordings
Recorded Programs: Locking or Unlocking a Recording
Recorded Programs: Deleting a Recording
Recorded Programs: Stopping a Program Currently Recording
To Record
To Record: Sort Future Recordings
To Record: Cancelling a Future Scheduled Recording
Schedule Priority
Schedule Priority: Changing Schedule Priority
Schedule Event
Schedule Event: Editing a Scheduled Event
Record History
Record History: Reviewing Record History
Whole Home DVR (Coming Soon)
Set a Recording
Non-DVR Set Top Box Recordings List
Watching from Room to Room
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9 Pay Per View
Introducing Pay Per View (PPV)
Go To Pay Per View
Buying Pay Per View
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Table of Contents
10 Rentals
Introducing Rentals & VOD (Video on Demand)
Go To Rentals
Browsing Rentals
Renting a VOD Rental
Watching Your VOD Rental
Controlling Rental Playback
The Slider
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11 My Library
Introducing My Library
The My Library Menu
Go To My Library
Go To Rented Videos
Watching a Rental Video
Introducing PPV Events
Go To PPV, Pay Per Block, and Sports Package
Introducing Reminders
Go To Reminders
Cancel a Reminder or Autotune
Introducing Messages
Go To Messages
Reading a Message
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12 Controls
Introducing Controls
Turning Controls On
Turning Controls Off
Turning Controls On Again
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13 Settings
Introducing Settings
Go To Settings
Activating Parental Control
Selecting Parental Control Settings.
Activating the Parental Control Settings
Working With Additional Preferences
Working With Settings/Users
Adding a User Account
Editing a User Account
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Table of Contents
14 Sign Out / Sign In
Sign Out / Sign In
Go To Sign Out / Sign In
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15 Favorites
Introducing Favorites
Go To Favorites
Choosing a Favorites List
Creating or Editing a Favorites List
Delete a Favorites List
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16 Search
Introducing Search
Go To Search
Search For A Program
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Set Top Box
Amino 125 Set Top Box
ADB 2500 Set Top Box
ADB 5721 WNX Set Top Box
ADB 5810 Set Top Box
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Movie Ratings
MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) Ratings System
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TV Ratings
TV Parental Guidelines Ratings System
Program Ratings
Content Ratings
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Remote Control Layout
ADB Potenza Remote Control
Device Selection
Send commands
to TV, audio, DVD,
auxiliary device or
set top box
RCU SETUP
Setup remote
DVR LIST
Quick Access to
Recorded Programs
List
MENU
Displays Menubar
Arrow Keys
Move the highlight in
menu screens
GUIDE
Displays Guide
DAY - / DAY +
Jumps Guide 12
hours ahead or back
Function Buttons
For future use
VOL + / Adjust volume
MUTE
Toggle audio on or
off
Number Pad
Enter a channel
number or PIN
WWW
For future use
INPUT
Access Devices
PHONE
For future use
POWER
Turn a selected
device on or off
Playback Controls
Control playback of
DVD, DVR or VOD
RECORD
Begin DVR recording
INFO
Display the Infobar
OK
Enter a choice you
have made
EXIT
Close any screen
and return to TV
PG + / Jump Guide 1 page
up or down
CH +/Change the channel
VOD
Display Rentals
LAST
Return to previous
channel
CC
Toggles closed
captions on or off
SAP
Toggles Secondary
Audio Program on
or off
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1 Remote Control Basics
Turn Your Set Top Box or TV On or Off
The device selection buttons tell your remote whether you want to control
your set top box or your television.
To turn your TV On/Off, press the TV button then the POWER button.
To turn your set top box on or off, press the STB button and then the
POWER button.
Note: It is not necessary to turn your set top box off.
Note: Your remote control must have the remote code programmed
in before it can send the correct signals for your TV. If the list of
TV brand codes was not included in your installation pack, please
contact customer service.
If pressing POWER turned the wrong device on or off, press the POWER
button again, press the appropriate device selection button (TV, AUD,
DVD, AUX or STB) and press POWER once more.
Change Channels
The CH+/- button will change channels up or down one at a time.
The Number Pad can be used to directly enter a channel number.
GUIDE will display Guide so you can find a program you like. If the
program is on now, you tune to the channel showing it. If not, you can set
a scheduled event to remind you when it does come on. If your set top box
supports recording, you can schedule a recording for the program.
For more information on Guide, see section 5 Guide.
For more information on setting Reminders, Autotunes and Recordings,
see Setting Reminders, Autotunes and Recordings in section
6 Guide & Recording.
Adjust Volume
The VOL+/- button will adjust the volume gradually.
The MUTE button will toggle the sound on and off.
System Buttons
There are a number of buttons on your remote that display different
features of your service.
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1 Remote Control Basics
MENU displays the Menubar when in cable [STB] mode, and in [TV] mode
you will see your TV’s menu. The Menubar provides quick access to every
feature supported by your service.
For more information about the Menubar, see section 4 Menubar.
INFO displays the Infobar, a feature that lets you see information on what
you’re watching, what’s coming on next, and what’s on other channels.
For more information on the Infobar, see section 3 Infobar.
EXIT causes your set top box to exit whatever screen you are seeing
and return you to normal TV viewing. If you ever get lost on a screen, it is
always safe to press EXIT and then start over.
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ADB Potenza Remote
Instruction Manual
Programming Remote Control
Your remote control can handle several devices. However, first you have to set up your remote control for your equipment. You can
do this in one of the following ways:
Brand Setup
First, find the manufacturer of your equipment on the Brand Codes list. If the manufacturer’s brand is not listed, go to Automatic
Search below. To set up your remote control follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the device on.
Press TV / AUD / DVD / AUX / STB depending on what mode you want to handle and then hold RCU SETUP until the
device key blinks twice.
Enter one of the codes from the list. If the code was correct the mode key blinks twice. If not, the key emits one long blink.
Then, you will have to repeat steps 2 and 3 until entering the correct code.
Press POWER. If the device has turned off, you have chosen the right code. If none of the codes work, try Automatic
Search.
Automatic Search
Automatic Search should only be undertaken if none of the brand codes works or your brand name is not listed. Use the Automatic
Search option.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Switch on your device. Then press appropriate mode key, for example TV if you want to set up a TV.
Press and hold RCU SETUP until the mode key blinks twice.
Press 9 9 1. The mode key blinks twice.
Aim the remote at the device and press POWER.
Press CH + and CH- repeatedly until the device is switched off.
Press POWER to turn the TV on.
Next, press RCU SETUP to store the code for your device. The mode key blinks twice. Your remote control is now
programmed to operate your TV set.
To search codes for other devices repeat steps 1 through 7, but substitute the TV key with the appropriate one for the mode
you are searching for.
Finding Your Code
If you want to know what code operates your device, you can obtain it with the Device Code option. To find out the code, follow
these instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Switch on your device. Then press appropriate mode key, for example TV if you want to set up a TV.
Press and hold the RCU SETUP until the mode key blinks twice.
Press 9 9 0. The mode key blinks twice.
For the first digit of your code, press 1 and count the number of times the key blinks (e.g. 2 blinks = 2). If the light does not
blink, the digit is 0. For the second digit press 2 and count the number of blinks. Do the same for the remaining digits.
To check for other device codes, repeat the above steps, but substitute the TV key with the appropriate one for the device you
are checking.
Using Learning
Your remote control includes a learning feature. It means you can transfer some unique functions from the remote control of other
device to this remote control.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press 9 7 5.
Press the mode key. For example to transfer a function from DVD remote control press DVD.
Press the key on which the function will be stored.
Place your remote control and the device remote control (e.g. your DVD remote control) head-to-head, about 5 centimeters /
2 inches apart.
On the device remote, press and hold the key to be learned. The target remote control will blink rapidly and turn off. Keep
holding the key on the device remote control until the device key on the target remote blinks twice.
If the learning failed, the device key emits one long blink. You will have to repeat step 5.
1
Deleting a Single Learning Key
Once you have used a particular key to store a new function on it, you may restore the original function of the key.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press 9 7 6.
Press the mode key (for example DVD). The mode key blinks twice.
Press the key containing the learned function. The mode key blinks twice.
Press and hold RCU SETUP to exit programming.
Deleting All Learned Keys
1. Press RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice. Then press 9 7 6.
2. Press the mode key twice (for example DVD). All the learned keys for this mode will be cleared. The mode key blinks twice.
3. Press and hold RCU SETUP to exit programming.
Using the Master Power Key
Your remote has a feature that enables you to sequentially turn up to five devices on and off with a single key press. This functionality
works only if the remote control is in STB mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
Press 9 9 5. The last selected mode key will blink twice.
Press POWER.
Press the mode key for the device you would like to turn on first and press MASTER POWER. Then press the mode key for
the second device to turn on and once again MASTER POWER. Repeat the steps until adding all the devices you want to be
operated.
To save settings press STB.
Next press RCU SETUP to exit programming.
Volume Lock
The remote control enables you to control the volume level of different devices without selecting the mode key for each device. For
example: if you are watching a film on your DVD player, you can adjust the volume for your TV set, without pressing the TV mode
key on your remote control.
To set the Volume Lock for your TV:
1. Press and hold RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 3. The last selected mode key will blink twice.
3. Then press TV and the device key blinks twice.
Deleting “Volume Lock” for a particular device (for example for DVD)
1. Press DVD once.
2. Press and hold down the RCU SETUP key until the mode key blinks twice.
3. Press 9 9 3. The mode key blinks twice.
4. Press the VOL- key and the mode key will blink four times.
Now being in DVD mode, you will be able to control VOL+/- or MUTE functions of your DVD only (provided it was volume
control).
Deleting “Volume Lock” for all devices
1. Press and hold the RCU SETUP key until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 3.
3. Press the VOL+ key and the last selected mode key will blink four times.
Clearing Custom Programming
You may clear the custom programming and revert to the default settings of the remote control. To do that, follow these steps:
1. Press RCU SETUP until the last selected mode key blinks twice.
2. Enter 9 8 0. The last selected mode key blinks twice, pauses, and blinks twice again.
This procedure does not affect your setup codes. They remain in memory of the remote.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Device key does not blink when you press a key.
Device key blinks when you press a key, but home
entertainment device does not respond.
Solution
Replace the batteries with two (2) new AA batteries.
Make sure you are aiming the remote control at your home
entertainment device and that you are within 4.5 meters / 15 feet of the
device you are trying to control.
The remote control does not control home
entertainment devices or commands are not
performing properly.
Try all listed codes for the device brand being set up. Make sure all
devices can be operated with an infrared remote control.
TV/VCR Combo does not respond properly.
Use the VCR codes for your brand. Some combo units may require
both a TV code and a VCR code for full operation.
PLAY and STOP keys do not work on a Motorola
DCT-2000 cable converter.
Re-program the STB key for cable code 0476.
Tried Search Method and still could not find a
working code.
Remote control does not turn on Sony or Sharp
TV/VCR Combo.
Try the Search Method again after clearing out the device key as
follows:
a. Press and hold RCU SETUP until device key blinks twice.
b. Enter 9 9 2.
c. Press and release the device key to be cleared twice.
For power on, these products require programming TV codes on the
remote control. For Sony, use TV code 0000 and VCR code 0032. For
Sharp, use TV code 0093 and VCR code 0048.
Brand Codes
The following codes are used when configuring the remote control. First find the manufacturer of your equipment and then try the
codes one by one.
Audio Amplifiers
Adcom
Bose
Duraband
Elan
GE
Haman/Kardon
JVC
Left Coast
Lenoxx
Luxman
Marantz
McIntosh
Nakamichi
NEC
0577, 1100
0674
1561
0647
0078
0892
0331
0892
1561
0165
0892, 0321
0251
0321
0264
Optimus
Parasound
Philips
Pioneer
Polk Audio
RCA
Realistic
Sansui
Shure
Sony
Soundesign
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
0395, 0823
0246
0892
0823
0892
0823
0395
0321
0264
0689, 0815, 1126
0078, 0211
0331
0078, 0211
0354, 0133
1106
0607, 1056, 1485
1115, 1644
1530
0872
1522
1155
1789
1917
1491
Motorola
NaviPod
Netgear
Omnifi
Onkyo
Roku
Sonance
SSI
Yamaha
1464
1644
1785
1605
1789
1828
1917
1522
1809, 1810
Audio Accessories
Accurian
Altec Lansing
Apple
Cambridge Soundworks
Creative
D-Link
DLO
Integra
iPort
Marantz
3
Audio Receivers
ADC
Aiwa
Akai
Alco
Amphion Media Works
AMW
Anam
Apex Digital
0531
1405, 0189, 0121, 0405, 1243, 1388, 1641
1512
1390
1563, 1615
1563, 1615
1609, 1074
1257, 1430, 1774
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
Norcent
Nova
Onkyo
Optimus
Oritron
Arcam
1120
Panasonic
Audiotronic
Audiovox
B&K
BK
Bose
Cambridge Soundworks
Capetronic
Carver
Classic
Coby
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Delphi
Denon
Fisher
1189
1390, 1627
0701, 0820, 0840
0702
1229, 1629, 1841, 1933
1370
0513
1189, 0189
1352
1389
0080
1250
1414
1360, 0004, 1142
1801
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Proscan
RCA
Rio
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sharper Image
Sherwood
Sirius
Sonic Blue
Gateway
1517
Sony
Go Video
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Integra
JBL
JVC
Kenwood
KLH
Koss
Lasonic
LG
Linn
Liquid Video
1532
0110, 0189, 0891, 1304, 1306
1801
0135, 1298, 1320
0110, 1306
1374, 1495, 1811, 1871
1313, 1570, 1569, 0186
1390, 1412, 1428
1366, 1497
1798
1293
0189
1497
Soundesign
Stereophonics
Sunfire
Teac
Technics
Thorens
Toshiba
Venturer
Wards
XM
Yamaha
Zenith
1189, 1269, 0189, 0391, 0531, 1514
1189, 1269, 0189, 1289
1393
1389
1389
0135, 0842, 1298, 1320, 1531
1023, 0080, 0186, 0531, 0670, 1074
1366, 1497
1308, 1518, 0309, 0367, 1288, 1316, 1548, 1633,
1763, 1764
1189, 1269, 0189, 0391, 1120, 1266
1023, 0014, 0080, 0150, 0244, 0531, 0630, 1384
1508
0189, 1289, 1414
1254
1023, 1609, 1254, 0080, 0531, 1074, 1390, 1511
1869
1295, 1500
0189
1251, 1469, 1801
0186, 1286
1556
1077, 1517, 1653
1627, 1811, 1987
1532, 1869
1058, 1441, 1258, 1759, 1622, 0474, 1349, 1406,
1442, 1558, 1658, 1758, 1858
0670
1023
1313
1074, 1390, 1528
1308, 1518, 0309
1189
1788
1390
0189, 0014, 0080
1406, 1414
0176, 0186, 1176, 1276, 1331, 1375
0857, 1293
Cable/DVR/PVR Combos
Americast
Amino
Digeo
General Instrument
Jerrold
Motorola
Myrio
Pace
Panasonic
0899
1822
1187
0476, 0810
0476, 0810
1376, 0810, 1187, 1106, 1540, 0476
1822
1376, 1877, 0237
1376, 1877
Pioneer
RCA
Sasktel
Samsung
Scientific Atlanta
Sony
Supercable
Thomson
Zenith
4
1877, 0877
1256
1737
1376, 1877
1877, 0877
1006
0276
1256
0899
Cable Boxes/ Converters
ABC
Americast
Amino
Bell & Howell
Bell South
Clearmaster
ClearMax
Coolmax
Digeo
Digi
Director
Dumont
General Instrument
Goldstar
Hamlin
i3 Micro
Jerrold
Memorex
Motorola
Multitech
Myrio
Pace
Panasonic
Panther
Paragon
Philips
0003, 0008, 0014, 0017
0899
1602, 1822
0014
0899
0883
0883
0883
1187
0637
0476
0637
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003
0144
0009, 0273
1602
0476, 0810, 0276, 0003, 0012, 0014
0000
1376, 0476, 0810, 0276, 1187, 1254, 1106, 1540
0883
1602, 1822
1376, 1877, 0237, 0008
1376, 1877, 0000, 0107
0637
0000
1305, 0317
Pioneer
Pulsar
Quasar
RadioShack
RCA
Regal
Runco
Samsung
Sasktel
Scientific Alaska
Sejin
Sony
Starcom
Supercable
Supermax
Thomson
Tocom
Torx
Toshiba
Tristar
V2
Viewmasster
Vision
Vortex View
Zenith
1877, 0877, 0144, 0533
0000
0000
0883
1256
0279, 0273
0000
1376, 1877, 0144
1737
1877, 0877, 0477, 0008, 0017
1602
1006
0003
0276
0883
1256
0012
0003
0000
0883
0883
0883
0883
0883
0000, 0525, 0899
DVD Recorders
Accurian
Apex Digital
Aspire Digital
Coby
CyberHome
Funai
Gateway
Go Video
iLo
JVC
Kreisen
LG
LiteOn
1416
1056
1168
1086
1129, 1502
0675, 1334
1073, 1158
0741, 1158, 1304, 1730
1348
1164, 1275
1421
0741
1158, 1416, 1440
Magnavox
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
RCA
Samsung
Sensory Science
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Zenith
0646, 0675, 1506
0490
0646
0631
1086
0522
0490
1158
0675
1033, 1431, 1432, 1433
0675
0741
DVD Combos
Akai
Audiovox
iLo
Initial
0695
1071, 1121, 1122
1472
1472
LG
Mintek
RCA
1526
1472
1193
DVR/PVR Systems
Amino
DirecTV
Dish Network Sys
Dishpro
Echostar
Expressvu
Hughs Network Sys
JVC
1615
1377, 0392, 0639, 1142, 1076, 0099, 1392,
1442, 1443, 1444, 1640
1505, 0775
1505, 0775
1505, 0775, 1170
0775
1142, 1442, 1443, 1444, 0739
1170
Motorola
Philips
0869
1142, 1442, 0739
Proscan
RCA
Samsung
Sony
Star Choice
0392
1392
1442, 0739
0639, 1640
0869
5
DVD Players
Accurian
Adcom
Advent
Aiwa
Akai
Alco
Allegro
Amphion Media
1072, 1416
1094
1016
0641
0695, 0770 0899, 1089
0790
0869
0872, 1245
Greenhill
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Hiteker
iLo
Initial
Innovative Tech
Insignia
0717
0582, 0702
0573, 0664, 1247, 1919
0672
1348, 1472
0717, 1472
1542
1268
Portland
Presidian
Prima
Primare
Princeton
Proscan
ProVision
Qwestar
AMW
0872, 1245
Integra
0627
RCA
Jaton
1078
Rio
0869
JBL
Jensen
JSI
0702
1016
1423
0558, 0623, 0867, 1164,
1275, 1602, 1863
RJTech
Rotel
Rowa
1360
0623, 1178
0823
Sampo
0698, 0752, 1501
Apex Digital
Arrgo
Aspire Digital
Audiologic
Audiovox
0672, 0717, 0755, 0794,
0796, 0797, 0830, 1004,
1020, 1056, 1061, 1100
1023
1168, 1407
0736
0790, 1041, 1071, 1072,
1121, 1122
JVC
0770
0675, 1072
1016
1467
0674
0522
0778
0651
0522, 0571, 0717, 0790, 0822,
1022, 1132, 1193
0490, 0573, 0820, 0899, 1044,
1075
0695
0670, 0695, 0873, 1919
1158
0630, 0675, 0752, 1256
Axion
1071, 1072
jWin
1049, 1051
Samsung
B&K
BBK
Bel Canto Design
Blaupunkt
0655, 0662
1224
1571
0717
Kawasaki
Kenwood
KLH
Konka
0790
0490, 0534, 0682, 0737
0717, 0790, 1020, 1149, 1216
0711, 0719, 0720, 0721
Blue Parade
0571
Koss
0651, 0896, 1423
Broksonic
Buffalo
Cary Audio Des.
CAVS
0695, 0868, 1419
1882
1477
1057
Kreisen
Landel
Lasonic
Lenoxx
1421
0826
0798, 1173
1127
Sansui
Sanyo
Sensory Sci.
Sharp
Sharper
Img
Sherwood
Shinsonic
Sigma Des.
Sonic Blue
Centrios
1577
LG
0591, 0741, 0801, 0869, 1526
Sony
Cinea
Cinego
0831
1399
LiteOn
Loewe
Sound Mob
Sova
CineVision
0876, 0833, 0869
Magnavox
Sungale
1074, 1532
Citizen
Malata
Superscan
0821
Marantz
0539
SVA
0860, 1105
McIntosh
Memorex
1273
0695, 0831, 1270
0675, 0821, 1268
0675, 0821
Microsoft
0522, 1708
Mintek
0839, 0717, 1472
Sylvania
Symphonic
TAG
McLaren
Teac
Mitsubishi
1521, 0521
Technics
0490, 0703
Denon
Desay
Diamond Vision
Disney
Dual
Durabrand
DVD2000
Emerson
Enterprise
ESA
Fisher
Funai
Gateway
1277
0778, 0852, 1086, 1107,
1165, 1177, 1351
0831
1087
0816, 0874, 1023, 1024,
1117, 1129, 1502, 1537
1881
0784, 0705, 0833, 0869,
1169, 1172, 1234, 1242,
1441, 1443
0490, 0634
1407, 1455
1316, 1609, 1610
0675, 1270
1068, 1085
1127
0521
0591, 0675, 0821, 1268
0591
0821, 1268, 1443
0670, 1919
0675, 1268, 1334
1073, 1077, 1158
1058, 1158, 1416, 1440
0511
0503, 0539, 0646, 0675,
0821, 1268, 1506
0782, 1159
0633, 0770, 1043, 1077, 1889
0533, 0839
0674
0869, 1099
0533, 1533, 0864, 1033, 1431,
1432, 1433, 1548, 1892
1298
1122
Momitsu
NAD
Nakamichi
NEC
Nesa
NeuNeo
Next Base
NexxTech
Norcent
Onkyo
Oppo
OptoMedia Elec.
Oritron
Tecnosonic
Techwood
Terapin
Theta Digi.
Toshiba
Tredex
Urban Con.
US Logic
Valor
Venturer
Vialta
Vizo
Vocopro
0730
0692
1031
0571
0503, 0695, 1045, 1154, 1854
0799, 0800, 0803, 0804
0503
0839
1298
0790
1509
1064,1226
1027, 1360
GE
0522, 0815, 0717
Panasonic
1082
0741
1222
0785
0717, 1603
1454
0826
1402
1003, 0872, 1107, 1265, 1457
0503, 0627, 0792
1224, 1525
0896
0651
0490, 0632, 0703, 1362,
1462, 1490, 1762
Xbox
0522, 1708
Xwave
1001
Yamaha
0490, 0539, 0545
Zenith
0503, 0591, 0741, 0869
Zoece
1265
Coby
Craig
Curtis Mathes
CyberHome
D-Link
Daewoo
Go Vision
0744, 0715, 0741, 0783,
0833, 0869, 1044, 1075,
1099, 1144, 1158, 1304,
1443, 1730
1071, 1072
Goldstar
0741
Polaroid
GPX
0699, 0769
Polk Audio
Go Video
Philips
Pioneer
0503, 0539, 0646, 0675,
0854, 1260, 1267, 1354
0525, 0571, 0631, 0632
1020, 1061, 1086, 1245,
1316, 1478, 1480, 1482
0539
6
1117
0894
0790, 0809
Satellite Receivers
AlphaStar
Amino
Chaparral
Coolsat
Crossdigital
DirectTV
Dish Network System
Dishpro
Echostar
Expressvu
GE
General Instrument
GOI
Goodmans
Hisense
Hitachi
HTS
Hughes Network Sys
Humax
iLo
JVC
LG
Magnavox
Memorex
Mitsubishi
Motorola
0772
1615
0216
1806
1109
1377, 0392, 0566, 0639, 1639, 1142,
0247, 0749, 1749, 0724, 0819, 1856,
1076, 1108, 0099, 1109, 1392, 1414,
1442, 1443, 1444, 1609, 1640
1505, 1005, 0775, 1170 1775
1505, 1005, 0775, 1775
1505, 1005, 0775, 1170, 1775
0775, 1775
0566
0869
0775, 1775
1246
1535
0819, 1250
0775, 1775
1142, 0749, 1749, 1442, 1443, 1444
1790
1535
0775, 1170, 1775
1226, 1414
0724, 0722
0724
0749
0869
NEC
Next Level
Panasonic
Pansat
Paysat
1270
0869
0247, 0701
1801
0724
Philips
1142, 0749, 1749, 0724, 1076, 0722,
0099, 1442
Proscan
Proton
RadioShack
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
SKY
Sony
Star Choice
Tivo
Toshiba
UltimateTV
Ultrasat
Uniden
US Digital
USDTV
Voom
Zenith
0392, 0566
1535
0869
0566, 0855, 0143, 1392
1377, 1276, 1108, 1109, 1442, 1609
1219
0856
0639, 1639, 1640
0869
1142, 1442, 1443, 1444
0749, 1749, 0790, 1285
1392, 1640
1806
0724, 0722
1535
1535
0869
1856, 0856
TV/DVD Combos Controlled by the TV
Accurian
Advent
Akai
Apex Digital
Audiovox
Axion
Broksonic
Cinego
Diamond Vision
Emerson
1803
1933
1935
1943
1937, 1951, 1952
1937
1935
1986
1997
1963
ESA
Funai
Hitachi
iLo
Initial
Insignia
Jensen
KLH
LG
Magnavox
1963
1963
1960
1990
1990
1963, 2002
1933
1962
1993
1963
TV/VCR Combos Controlled by the DVD
Advent
Akai
Apex Digital
Audiovox
Axion
Broksonic
Cinego
Diamond Vision
Emerson
ESA
Funai
Go Vision
Hitachi
iLo
Initial
Insignia
1016
0695
0830
1071, 1121, 1122
1071
0695
1399
1610
0675, 1268
1268
1268
1071
1247
1472
1472
1268
Jensen
KLH
Konka
LG
Magnavox
Mintek
Panasonic
Philips
Polaroid
Prima
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sova
Sylvania
Toshiba
Mintek
Panasonic
Polaroid
Prima
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sova
Sylvania
Toshiba
1990
1941
1991
1933
1948, 1958, 2002
1903
1935
1952
1963
1635, 1935
TV’s (HDTV)
1016
1261
0719, 0720
1526
1268
1472
1490
0854, 1260
1480
1016
1022, 1193
0899
0695
1122
0675, 1268
0695
Advent
Hitachi
Marantz
Mitsubishi
Panasonic
Pioneer
Princeton
RCA
Samsung
Sharp
Toshiba
7
0842
1960
0854
0150
0250, 0650, 1291
0679
0717
1448
0812, 0702
0688, 0689
1256
TVs
A-Mark
Abex
0003
0032
CyberHome
Cytron
Accurian
1803
Daewoo
Action
Admira
Advent
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
Alaron
Albatron
Ambassador
America Action
Ampro
0873
0093, 0463
0761, 0783, 0815, 0817, 0842, 1933
0046
0092
0701
0812, 0702, 0030, 0098, 0672, 1207, 1903, 1935
0179, 0183, 0216
0700, 0843
0177
0180
0751
Daytron
Dell
Denon
Denstar
Diamond Vision
Dumont
Durabrand
Dwin
Dynatech
Electroband
Electrograph
Electrohome
Anam
0180, 0004, 0009, 0068
Emerson
Anam National
AOC
Apex Digital
Archer
Astar
Emprex
Envision
Epson
ESA
Fisher
FlexVision
0710
Aventura
Axion
Belcor
Bell& Howell
0055, 0161
0030, 0003, 0019, 0052, 0137, 0185, 1365
0748, 0879, 0765, 0767, 0890, 1217, 1943
0003
1548
0451, 0180, 0092, 0003, 0623, 0710, 0802, 0846, 0875,
1284, 1937, 1951, 1952
0171
1937
0019
0154, 0016
0794
1326
0451, 0092, 1661, 0019, 0039, 0066, 0067, 0091,
0623, 0661, 0672
0019
1080, 1178, 1264, 1403
0145, 0511
0628
1996, 1997
0017, 0019
0463, 0180, 0178, 0171, 1034, 0003
0720, 0774
0049
0000, 0185
1623, 1755
0381, 0389, 0409
0154, 0236, 0463, 0180, 0178, 0171, 1963, 1944,
0623, 0282, 0280, 0270, 0185, 0183, 0182, 0181,
0179, 0177, 0158, 0039, 0038, 0019
1422, 1546
0030, 0813, 1365
0833, 0840, 1290
0812, 0171, 1944, 1963
0154, 0159
Fujitsu
Funai
Futuretech
Gateway
BenQ
1032, 1315
GE
Bradford
Brockwood
Broksonic
Byd:sign
Cadia
Candle
Carnivale
Carver
CCE
Celebrity
Celera
Champion
Campion
Changhong
Cinego
Citizen
Clairtone
Clarion
0180
0019
0236, 0463, 0003, 1935, 1938
1309, 1311
1283
0030, 0046, 0056, 0186
0030
0054, 0170
0217, 0329
0000
0765
1362
1362
0765
1986
0060, 0030, 0092, 0039, 0046, 0056, 0186, 0280
0185
0180
Gibralter
Go Video
GoldStar
Goodmans
Gradiente
Grunpy
Haier
Hallmark
Hannspree
Hantarex
Harley Davidson
Harman/ Kardon
Harvard
Havermy
Helios
Hello Kitty
Hewlett Packard
Hisense
Commercial Sol.
1447, 0047
Hitachi
Concerto
Contec
Craig
Crosley
Crown
0056
0180, 0157, 0158, 0185
0180, 0161
0054
0180, 0039
0047, 0054, 0154, 0451, 0093, 0060, 0702, 0030, 0145,
0166, 1347, 1147, 0747, 0466, 0056, 0039, 0016
0060, 0030, 0092, 0039, 0046, 0056, 0186, 0280
0185
0180
1447, 0047
0180
HP
Hyundai
iLo
Infinity
Initial
0179, 0186, 0683, 0809, 0853
0180, 0171, 0179, 1271, 1963
0180
1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1755, 1756
1447, 0047, 0051, 0451, 0178, 1347, 0747, 0282,
0279, 0251, 0174, 0138, 0135, 0055, 0029, 0027,
0021
0017, 0030, 0019
0886
0178, 0030, 0001, 0002, 0019, 0032, 0106, 0409
0360
0392
0180, 0179
1034, 0768
0178
1348, 1351, 1352
1338
0043, 0179
0054, 0078
0180, 0068
0093
0865
0451
1088, 1089, 1101, 1494, 1502
0748
1145, 0145, 0016, 0032, 0038, 0056, 0095, 0097,
0151, 0173, 0227, 0279, 0409, 0413, 0797, 1960
1088, 1089, 1101, 1494, 1502
0849, 1219, 1294
1286, 1603, 1990
0054
1603, 1990
Insignia
0171, 1204, 1326, 1517, 1963, 2002
Inteq
Janeil
JBL
JCB
Jensen
0017
0046
0054
0000
0761, 0050, 0815, 0817, 1299, 1933
Audiovox
Curtis Mathes
Citizen
Clairtone
Clarion
Commercial Sol.
CXC
8
JVC
Kamp
Kawasho
0053, 0036, 0069, 0160, 0169, 0182, 0731, 1253
0216
0158, 0216, 0308
Optomoa
Optonica
Orion
Kaypani
0052
Panasonic
KEC
0180
Penney
Kenwood
KLH
Kloss
KMC
Konka
0030, 0019
0765, 0767, 1962
0024, 0046, 0078
0106
0628, 0632, 0638, 0703, 0707
Petters
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Kost
1262, 1483
Polaroid
KTV
Portland
Prima
0761, 0783, 0815, 0817, 1933
Princeton
Prism
Proscan
Proton
0700, 0717
0051
1447, 0047, 0747, 1347
0178, 0003, 0031, 0052, 0466
Protron
1320, 1323
Majestic
Marantz
Matsushita
0180, 0030, 0039, 0183, 0185, 0217, 0280
1265, 0178, 0442, 0700, 0829, 0856, 1178, 1325,
1423, 1758, 1993
0136
0016
0056
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0148, 0747
1454, 0054, 0030, 0706, 1963, 1944, 1525, 1254,
1198, 0802, 0386, 0230, 0187, 0186, 0179, 0096,
0036, 0028, 0024, 0020
0015, 0016
0054, 0030, 0444, 0704, 0854, 0855, 1154, 1398
0250, 0650
0887
0093, 0165
0236, 0463, 1463, 0179
0250, 0051, 0055, 0162, 0226, 0338, 0375,
0650, 1291, 1410, 1941, 1946, 1947
0047, 0156, 0051, 0060, 0178, 0030, 1347,
0747, 0309, 0149, 0138, 0135, 0110, 0039,
0032, 0027, 0021, 0019, 0018, 0003, 0002
1523
0054, 0030, 0019, 0020, 0028, 0096, 0302
1454, 0054, 0690, 1154, 1483
0030, 0019, 0039
0166, 0038, 0172, 0679, 0866, 1260, 1398
0765, 0865, 1262, 1276, 1314, 1316, 1326,
1327, 1328, 1341, 1498, 1523, 1991, 1992
0092, 0019, 0039
Proview
Pulsar
Quasar
Maxent
0762, 1211, 1755
RadioShack
Megapower
0700
RCA
Megatron
0178, 0145, 0003
Realistic
MEI
Memorex
MGA
0185
0154, 0463, 0150, 0178, 0016, 0106, 0179
0150, 0178, 0030, 0019, 0155
Rhapsody
Runco
Sampo
Midland
0047, 0017, 0051, 0032, 0039, 0135, 0747
Samsung
Mintek
Minutz
Samsux
Sansui
Monivision
Motorola
Moxell
MTC
1603, 1990
0021
0093, 1250, 0150, 0178, 0014, 0019, 0098, 0155,
0331, 0358, 0836, 0868, 1550
0700, 0843
0093, 0055, 0835
0835
0060, 0030, 0019, 0049, 0056, 0091, 0185, 0216
Multitech
0180, 0049, 0217
Sears
NAD
0156, 0178, 0866
Sharp
0835, 1401, 1498
0017, 0019
0250, 0051, 0055, 0165, 0219, 0650
1447, 0047, 2002, 1958, 1953, 1948, 1547,
1347, 1247, 1147, 1047, 0747, 0679, 0278,
0147, 0135, 0747, 0090, 0038, 0029, 0019, 0018
1447, 0047, 2002, 1958, 1953, 1948, 1547,
1347, 1247, 1147, 1047, 0747, 0679, 0278,
0174, 0135, 0090, 0038, 0029, 0019, 0018
0154, 0180, 0178, 0030, 0019, 0032, 0039,
0056, 0165
0183, 0185, 0216
0017, 0030, 0251, 0497, 0603, 1398
0030, 0032, 0039, 0052, 0100, 0110, 0762, 1755
0060, 0812, 0702, 0178, 0030, 1903, 1575,
1395, 1312, 1060, 0814, 0766, 0427, 0408,
0329, 0056, 0032, 0019
0039
0463, 1409, 1935
0154, 0088, 0107, 0146, 0159, 0232, 0484,
0799, 0893, 1142
0878, 1217, 1360, 1599
0019
0178
0236, 0180, 0178, 0019, 0179, 0309
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0171, 0015,
0056, 0146, 0148, 0149, 0159, 0168, 0179,
0281, 0747
0093, 0039, 0153, 0157, 0165, 0220, 0281,
0386, 0398, 0491, 0688, 0689, 0818, 0851, 1602
Sheng Chia
0093
Sherwood
Shogun
Signature
Signet
SIM2 Multimedia
Simpson
1399
0019
0016
1262
1297
0186, 0187
1100, 0000, 0011, 0080, 0111, 0273, 0353,
0810, 0834, 1317
0180, 0178, 0179, 0186
1320, 1952
1520
0003, 0137
1520
LG
Loewe
Logik
Luxman
LXI
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
Sanyo
Sceptre
Scimitsu
Scotch
Scott
Neovia
NetTV
Nikko
Noblex
Norcent
Norwood Micro
0030, 0019, 0036, 0056, 0170, 0434, 0497, 0882,
1398, 1704
1338
0762, 1755
0178, 0030, 0092, 0317
0430
0748, 0824, 1089, 1365, 1589, 1590, 1591
1286, 1296, 1303
Noshi
0018
Sony
NTC
Olevia
Olympus
Onwa
Optimus
0092
1144, 1240, 1331, 1610
1342
0180
0154, 0250, 0166, 0650
Soundesign
Sova
Soyo
Spectricon
Soyo
NEC
9
Spectricon
Squareview
SSS
Starlite
Studio Experience
Superscan
Supre-Macy
Supreme
SVA
Tosonic
Totevision
Trical
TVS
Ultra
Universal
Universum
US Logic
Vector Research
0185
0039
0157
0463
0391, 1323
0027
1337
1286, 1303
0030
Victor
0053
Video Concepts
Vidikron
Vidtech
0098
0054, 0242, 1398
0178, 0019, 0036
Viewsonic
0797, 0857, 0864, 0885, 1330, 1342, 1578, 1627, 1755
Technics
Technol Ace
Technovox
Techview
0003, 0137
0171
0180, 0019
0180
0843
0093, 0864
0046
0000
0748, 0587, 0768, 0865, 0870, 0871, 0872
0054, 0030, 0171, 0020, 0028, 0065, 0096, 0381,
1271, 1944, 1963
0180, 0171, 1944
1144, 1240, 1331
0093
0003, 0049, 0055, 0396, 1101, 1285, 1286, 1287,
1288, 1361, 1756
0250, 0051
0179
0007
0847
Viking
Viore
Visart
Vizio
Techwood
0051, 0003, 0056
Wards
0046, 0312
1207
1336
0864, 0885, 1499, 1756, 1758
0054, 0178, 0030, 1156, 0866, 0202, 0179, 0174, 0165,
0111, 0096, 0080, 0056, 0029, 0028, 0027, 0021, 0020,
0019, 0016
Sylvania
Symphonic
Syntax
Tandy
Tatung
Teknika
Telefunken
Tera
Thomson
TMK
TNCi
Toshiba
0054, 0180, 0150, 0060, 0092, 0016, 0019, 0039,
0056, 0175, 0179, 0186, 0312, 0322
0702, 0056, 0074
0031
0209, 0210
0178, 0056, 0177
0017
0154, 1256, 0156, 1265, 0060, 1945, 1935, 1704,
1656, 1635, 1356, 1343, 1325, 1306, 1156, 0845,
0832, 0650, 0149, 0036
Waycon
0156
Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
Wyse
Yamaha
Zenith
0885, 0889, 0890, 1282, 1577
0463, 0623
1365
0030, 0019, 0769, 0797, 0833, 0839
0017, 0463, 1265, 0178, 0092, 0016
Zonda
0003
TVs (LCD)
Accurian
Action
Akai
AOC
Apex Digital
Astar
Jensen
Kost
LG
Magnavox
Marantz
Maxent
1299
1262
0856, 1178, 1993
1454, 0802, 1198
0855
0762, 1211
Sharp
Sherwood
Signet
Sony
Sova
Soyo
0093, 0818, 1602
1399
1262
0810
1320
1520
Mintek
1603, 1990
Superscan
0864
BenQ
Byd:sign
Cadia
CyberHome
Dell
Emprex
Envision
FlexVision
1803
0873
1935
1365
0890, 1217
1548
0180, 0710, 0802,
0846, 0875, 1284,
1937, 1951, 1952
1315
1309, 1311
1283
0749
1080, 1178, 1264
1422, 1546
0813, 1365
0710
Mitsubishi
NetTV
Norcent
Norwood Micro
Olevia
Panasonic
Petters
Philips
SVA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Syntax
Tatung
Techview
Toshiba
Ultra
0587, 0870, 0871
0171, 1271
0171
1144, 1240, 1331
1286
0847
0845, 1343, 1635, 1656
1323
Funai
0171
Polaroid
US Logic
1286
Go Video
0886
Protron
1250
0762
1365, 1589, 1591
1286, 1296
1144, 1240, 1331, 1610
0650, 1941
1523
1454, 1483
1262, 1276, 1316, 1341, 1498,
1523
1320, 1323
Vidikron
Hannspree
1348, 1351
Proview
1401
Viewsonic
1398
0857, 0864, 0885, 1330, 1578,
1627
1088
RCA
0047, 1958
Visart
1336
1088
0849, 1219, 1294
1286, 1603, 1990
1603, 1990
1204, 1517, 2002
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sceptre
0762
0812, 0766, 0814, 1395, 1575
1409
1142
0878, 1217, 1360, 1599
Vizio
Westinghouse
Wyse
Zenith
0864, 0885, 1756
0885, 0889, 0890, 1282, 1577
1365
1265
Audiovox
Hewlett
Packard
HP
Hyundai
iLo
Initial
Insignia
10
TV/VCR Combos
America Action
Audiovox
Emerson
TV/VCR Combos
TV/VCR/DVD Combos
Controlled by the TV
Sharp
0180
0180
0236
0278
0278
0002, 0479, 1479
1278
0072
LG
Lloyd’s
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Magnin
Curtis Mathes
1035
Memorex
Daewoo
0637, 1278
0002, 0294, 0479, 0593,
1278, 1479
0000
0240, 0807, 1035, 1060
1237
0000
0000
Funai
GE
GoldStar
Harley Davidson
Hitachi
TV/VCR/DVD Combos
Akai
Broksonic
Diamond Vision
Emerson
ESA
Magnavox
0807
Controlled by the VCR
America Action
Audiovox
Broksonic
Citizen
Colt
Emerson
Controlled by the VCR
1903
1938
1996
1944
1944
1944
RadioShack
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
0000, 1037
0240, 1035, 1807, 1060
1014
0000, 0479, 1479
0240
Sears
0000, 1237
MGA
1037
0000
0593, 1278
0000, 0593, 1781
0240
0162, 0454, 1037, 1162,
1237, 1262
0240
Sony
0000, 1232
Mitsubishi
0807
Sylvania
1781
Optimus
Orion
Panasonic
Penney
Quasar
0162, 0454, 0593, 1162, 1262
0002, 0479, 1479
0162, 1035, 1162, 1262
0240, 1035, 1237
0162, 1035, 1162
Symphonic
Thomas
Toshiba
White Westing.
Zenith
0000, 0593
0000
0845, 1145
0637
0000, 0479, 0637, 1479
TV/VCR/DVD Combos
Controlled by the TV
Panasonic
Polaroid
RCA
Sylvania
Symphonic
Toshiba
1946, 1947
1992
1953
1944
1944
1945
Akai
Broksonic
Diamond Vision
Emerson
ESA
Funai
Magnavox
Panasonic
0899
0868
1609
0821
0821
1334
0821
1362, 1462
Controlled by the DVD
Polaroid
RCA
Sharp
Superscan
Sylvania
Symphonic
Toshiba
1482
1132
0630
0821
0821
0821
1045
VCRs
ABS
Admiral
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
1972
0048, 0209
0000
0278
0037, 0000, 0124, 0307, 0468
0041, 0049, 0053, 0061, 0106, 0175
DirecTV
Durabrand
Dynatech
Electrohome
Electrophonic
Emerex
Alienware
1972
Emerson
America Action
American High
Asha
Audiovox
Beaumark
Bell & Howell
0278
0035
0240
0037, 0278
0240
0104
0184, 0121, 0209, 0002, 0211, 0295, 0361,
0479, 1479, 1815
0037
0035, 0102
0020
0081
0072, 0278
0037, 0278, 1278
0072
0037, 0047, 0240, 0072, 0271
0060, 0035, 0162, 0041, 0760, 1035
0240, 0051
1972
0045, 0278, 0020, 0561, 0637, 1278
0020
1972
0042
Fisher
Fuji
Funai
Garrard
Gateway
GE
0739
0039, 0038
0000
0037
0037
0032
0037, 0184, 0000, 0121, 0043, 0209, 0002, 0278, 1479, 1278,
0637, 1593, 0593, 0561, 0510, 0479, 0361, 0295, 0294, 0212,
0211, 0208, 0088, 0068, 0061, 0036
0047, 0104, 0054, 0066
0035, 0033
0000, 0593, 1593
0000
1972
0060, 0035, 0240, 0065, 0202, 0760, 0761, 0807, 1035, 1060
Go Video
0232, 0279, 0432, 0526, 0643
GoldStar
Gradiente
Grundig
Harley Davidson
Harman/ Kardon
Harwood
Headquarter
Hewlett Packard
HI-Q
Hitachi
Howard Comp.
HP
Hughes Network
Humax
Hush
0037, 0038, 0018, 1237
0000, 0408
0195
0000
0081, 0038, 0075
0072, 0068
0046
1972
0047
0000, 0042, 0041, 0065, 0082, 0089, 0105, 0166
1972
1972
0042, 0739
0739
1972
Broksonic
Calix
Canon
Capehart
Carver
CCE
Citizen
Colt
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Cybernex
CyberPower
Daewoo
Daytron
Dell
Denon
11
iBUYPOWER
Jensen
JVC
KEC
Keen
Kenwood
1972
0041
0067, 0041, 0008, 0206, 0207, 0384, 1707
0037, 0278
0693
0067, 0041, 0038, 0384
Quarter
Quartz
Quasar
RadioShack
Radix
Randex
KLH
0072
RCA
Kodak
LG
Linksys
Lloyd’s
Logik
LXI
Magnasonic
Realistic
ReplayTV
Ricavision
Ricoh
Runco
Salora
Samsung
Samtron
0643
Magnin
Marantz
Marta
Matsushita
0035, 0037
1037
1972
0000, 0208
0072
0037
0593, 1278
0035, 0039, 0081, 0000, 0149, 0110, 0563,
0593, 1593, 1781
0240
0035, 0081
0037
0035, 0162, 1162
0046
0046
0035, 0162, 0077, 0454, 1035, 1162
0000, 1037
0037
0037
0060, 0240, 0042, 0149, 0058, 0065, 0077, 0105, 0106, 0202,
0760, 0761, 0807, 0880, 1035, 1060
0035, 0037, 0048, 0047, 0000, 0104, 0046, 0062, 0066
0614, 0616
1972
0034
0039
0075
0240, 0045, 0051, 0053, 0739, 1014
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Media Center PC
1972
Sears
MEI
Sharp
Shintom
0072
MGA
MGN Technology
Microsoft
Mind
Minolta
Mitsubishi
Motorola
MTC
Multitech
NAD
NEC
Nikko
Nikon
Niveus Media
Noblex
Northgate
Olympus
0035
0035, 0162, 0037, 0048, 0039, 0047, 0240,
0000, 0104, 0209, 0046, 0307, 0454, 0479,
1037, 1162, 1237, 1262
0240, 0043, 0061
0240
1972
1972
0042, 0105
0067, 0043, 0061, 0075, 0173, 0443, 0807
0035, 0048
0240, 0048
0000, 0072
0058
0104, 0067, 0041, 0038, 0040, 0050, 0082
0037
0034
1972
0240
1972
0035, 0226
0048, 0039
0000, 0067, 0209, 0041, 0082, 0271, 0479, 1479
0047, 0240, 0104, 0046, 0159
0184, 0045, 0121, 0043, 0210, 0211, 0212
0035, 0037, 0047, 0000, 0042, 0104, 0046, 0054, 0066, 0105,
1237
0048, 0062, 0807, 0848
Shogun
Singer
Sonic Blue
Sony
Stack 9
STS
Sylvania
Symphonic
Systemax
Tagar Systems
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Teknika
Thomas
Tivo
TMK
Onkyo
0222
Toshiba
0240, 0051
0072
0614, 0616
0035, 0032, 0033, 0000, 0011, 0034, 0636, 1032, 1232, 1972
1972
0042
0035, 0081, 0043, 0000, 0110, 0593, 1593, 1781
0000, 0593, 1593
1972
1972
0041
0000, 0041
0035, 0162
0035, 0037, 0000, 0052
0000
0618, 0636, 0739, 1996
0240, 0036, 0208
0045, 0043, 0066, 0210, 0212, 0366, 0845, 1008, 1145, 1972,
1996
Magnavox
Memorex
Pilot
Pioneer
Polk Audio
1062, 0162, 0037, 0048, 0104, 0058, 0432,
0454, 0593, 1048, 1162, 1262
0062
0184, 0209, 0002, 0295, 0479, 1479
1062, 0035, 0162, 0077, 0102, 0225, 0226,
0227, 0378, 0454, 0616, 1035, 1162, 1262
0035, 0037, 0240, 0042, 0038, 0040, 0054,
1035, 1237
0042, 0065, 0105
0035
0035, 0081, 0062, 0110, 0618, 0739, 1081,
1181
0037
0067, 0058
0081
Portland
0020
Wards
Presidian
Profitronic
Proscan
Protec
Pulsar
1593
0240
0060, 0202, 0760, 0761, 1060
0072
0039, 0051
White West.
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
ZT Group
Optimus
Optonica
Orion
Panasonic
Penney
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Totevision
0037, 0240
Touch
Unitech
1972
0240
Vector
0045
Vector Research
0038, 0040
Video Concepts
Videomagic
0045, 0040, 0061
0037
Videosonic
0240
Viewsonic
Villain
Voodoo
1972
0000
1972
0060, 0035, 0048, 0047, 0081, 0240, 0000, 0042, 0072, 0149,
0062, 0212, 0760
0209, 0072, 0637
0035, 0000, 0072
0038
0039, 0033, 0000, 0209, 0034, 0479, 0637, 1139, 1479
1972
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2 How To Use This Book
Layout
Instructions are paired with screen shots to illustrate the process and
provide confirmation of what you should see on your TV.
Section headings and on-screen text, such as screen titles, messages and
options are shown in Deep Blue Bold Type.
Buttons on the remote control are represented by a graphic of that button,
or Red Bold Type when a graphic cannot be shown.
Color-codes & Icons
Program listings may display icons based on settings for a particular
program.
Program Attributes
New Episode (not a re-run)
Program in High Definition
Autotune
Reminder
Record*
Series-Record*
Series Record Episode Skipped*
Closed Captioned
Favorite
Lock Program
Dolby Digital Audio
Alert Symbol
Live TV
Whole Home DVR (Coming Soon)
*Record and Series Record only appear if your set top box supports
recording.
All menubar icons and explanations are in 4 Menubar.
4
3 Infobar
Infobar Layout
1
2
4
5
8
1
8
2
4
5
3
6
7
3
6
7
9
1
Channel Name & Number
The name and number of the channel currently listed in the Infobar.
2
3
Current Time
Program Type
Indicates whether you are watching Live TV, Video on Demand, a
recorded program or a Pay-Per-View program. This may also indicate if
the program is Blocked/Restricted because of parental controls or that
the Emergency Alert System is active.
4
5
6
7
Program Name
Program Start Time, End Time & Rating
Program Summary
Additional Program Information
Indicates the type of program (movie, sports, etc.), Closed Captioning,
Dolby Digital audio, and year of original release.
8
9
Current Favorites List
Director, Stars & Coming Up
The detailed Infobar will list the director and stars of a program, along
with the name of the next program on this channel.
5
3 Infobar
Introducing The Infobar
The Infobar is a quick way of finding information about the show you are
watching, what comes on later, and what is on other channels.
Go To The Infobar
There are three ways to make the basic Infobar appear.
Press INFO on your remote control.
Press the Up or Down Arrow Keys on your remote control.
The basic Infobar will also appear any time you change channels.
Once the Infobar is active, press INFO again to display the detailed Infobar.
It adds information on directors, actors and the name of the next program.
6
3 Infobar
Using the Infobar
Step 1: Go To The Infobar
Press INFO, the Up or Down Arrow Keys, or change channels.
Step 2a: See What’s On Other Channels
Press the Up or Down Arrow Keys to scroll the Infobar through what is
showing on other channels without actually changing channels.
If you find something you would rather watch on another channel, press
OK to tune to that channel.
Step 2b: See What’s On Later
Press the Right Arrow Key to scroll ahead to upcoming programs for the
channel listed on the Infobar.
Press OK while viewing info on a future program to bring up these options.
Press the Left Arrow
Key to scroll back to
the current channel
listing. To exit the
Infobar completely,
press Exit on your
remote.
Note: Recording
options will not be
available if your
set top box doesn’t
support those
features.
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4 Menubar
Introducing the Menubar
The Menubar is a
quick and easy way
to access any
feature of your
service.
Go To the Menubar
To display the Menubar, press MENU on your remote control. Press the
Left/Right Keys on your remote control to navigate the highlight through
the menu. Press Menu again to exit or press Exit on your remote control.
Understanding the Menubar
Guide will bring up the program guide. For information on Guide,
please see section 5 Guide. To record or edit a recording, please
see section 6 Guide & Record.
PPV jumps directly to the Pay Per View channels in the program
guide. For information on PPV, please see section 9 Pay Per View.
DVR allows you to watch existing recordings, access a list of
scheduled recordings, and edit and sort both. You can also
create a recording (Schedule Event) and prioritize conflicting
series recordings. For information on DVR, see section 8 DVR.
Rentals provides access to rent Video on Demand movies and
programs. For information on Rentals, see section 10 Rentals.
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4 Menubar
My Library provides quick access to previously purchased
programs, Reminders you have scheduled, and messages
regarding your service. For more information on My Library, see
section 11 My Library.
Controls allow you to temporarily disable or enable all
parental controls. For information on parental control
functions, see section 12 Controls and 13 Settings.
Note: The Parental Controls option will only appear if the Parental
Controls are configured and the box is checked in Settings.
Settings offers access to creating parental controls and setting
blocked channels, determining how things appear on the screen,
and creating, editing and deleting user accounts. For information
on Settings, see section 13 Settings.
Sign Out allows you to sign out of the current user account. This
only appears if you are using the Enable Login option under
Settings/Preferences, have multiple user accounts, and have
signed in with a user name and password. For information on
user accounts, see User Settings in section 13 Settings.
Favorites allows you to choose, edit, create or delete a
favorite channel list. For information on Favorites, see section
15 Favorites.
Search allows you to search program listings or Video on
Demand rentals by title or key words. For information on Search,
see section 16 Search.
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5 Guide
Guide Layout
Favorites List
Indicates the favorite list currently in use.
Info Area
Provides information about the currently highlighted program.
Picture-in-Picture
Allows you to watch TV while you are in Guide.
Highlight
Indicates what program listing is currently in focus.
Program Listings
Shows channel number and abbreviation and program listings for each
channel. Program listings may include icons to indicate a setting or feature
for a particular program.
Listing Date/Time
Shows the date and time (divided into 30-minute increments) for the
programs currently shown in Guide.
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5 Guide
Introducing Guide
Guide is the place to quickly find out what’s on now and what’s playing later.
You can set Reminders or Recordings for upcoming programs in Guide.
Go To Guide
There are two ways to go to Guide.
Press GUIDE or Press MENU, scroll to Guide icon, and press OK.
Getting Around Guide
To navigate Guide…
• Move to a channel by entering the channel with the Number Pad (0-9).
• Use the Arrow Keys on the remote to move the highlight through the
Guide, channel by channel.
• Press the Up or Down Arrows to move the highlight to view what
programs are currently showing on different channels.
• Press the Left or Right Arrows to move the highlight to view what
future programs will be showing up to 7 days into the future.
• Press Page Up or Page Down to jump up or down one screen of listings.
• Press OK to preview a current highlighted show on the Guide in the upper-left
corner of your TV screen. To view the program full screen, press OK again.
• Continuing to press the Guide key on your remote will switch the Favorite
list to All, Subscribed, HD, and any Favorites lists that you create. This
causes guide to only display the channels included on each list. Cycling to
All will display all available programming.
• Press EXIT to leave the Guide.
Favorites List in Guide
A Favorites list allows you to select channels you watch most often, placing
them on a list that is quickly accessed in Guide. If you can only scroll
through a limited number of channels, verify that your Guide is set to All or
Subscribed. For more details about creating, editing, or naming a Favorites
list, see section 13 Favorites.
HDTV Programming
Programs available in HD will appear in Guide with a blue HD icon
next
to the name of the program. In order to watch HD programming, you will
need a HDTV-capable set top box and TV, and may need to subscribe to
an HD channel package.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Introducing Guide & Recording
In this section, you will learn about setting or scheduling a recording, recording
a series, and editing it. You will view the recordings under the DVR icon.
A Reminder informs you a program is about to come on. An Autotune
automatically changes the channel when the program is about to start. A
Recording will automatically record the program to your set top box. On
the Schedule Event screen, you can edit the channel number, time, type
of timer (Recording, Reminder, or Autotune), and frequency of the event.
See 7 Recording and 8 DVR for more details on Schedule Event.
Setting a Reminder, Autotune or Recording
Step 1: Pick a
Program
Find the future program
you want. Highlight its
listing and press OK. A
pop-up menu will appear.
Note: The pop-up
may appear different
depending if your STB
is DVR-enabled, or what
type of program you
selected to record.
Step 2: Set the
Reminder, Autotune or
Record
Highlightand Record
Program, Set
Autotune, or Set
Reminder and press
OK. You will then be
returned to Guide.
See 7 Recording - Quick Recording for how to record a
currently playing program.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Step 3: Return to
Guide
The program listing
now shows an icon.
Reminder set
Autotune set
Recording set
Step 4a: Your Reminder
A few minutes before your
program comes on, a box will
appear on your screen telling
you that you have a Reminder.
Press INFO to display
the Reminder.
Highlight the button
showing the program
name and press OK
to watch the program.
Highlight Cancel and
press OK to ignore the
Reminder.
Step 4b: Your
Autotune
Just before the
program begins, a
message will display,
giving you the option
to tune in or cancel.
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Step 4c: Your Recording
If you set a future recording, your set top box will record it for you once
your program begins (see 7 Recordings for more details).
To watch your recording, go to 8 DVR - Recorded Programs.
Editing a Recording
Note: Recording is not available if your set top box doesn’t support it.
Once you have created a recording, you can adjust when the recording
begins or ends. This ensures nothing is missed in case the broadcaster’s
time doesn’t precisely match up with yours.
Step 1: Pick an
Upcoming Recording
Locate the program to
be recorded. Highlight
its listing and press
OK.
Step 2: Edit Recording
From the options
shown for this program,
highlight Edit Recording
and press OK.
Step 3: Pad Start &
End Times
Arrow Up or Down to
choose Start or End
and press OK. Once
you see arrows above
and below the Start
or End box, Arrow Up
or Down to adjust the
Start or End time.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Setting a Series Recording
Note: Recording is not available if your set top box doesn’t support it.
If you choose to record a program that is part of a regular series, you will
be offered the option to record the series. This allows you to record every
episode of a favorite program.
Step 1: Pick a
Program
Find any episode of
the series you want to
record. Highlight the
program listing and
press OK.
Step 2: Set the Recording
Highlight Record Series and press
OK.
Step 3: Return To Guide
Once you have set the series
recording you will be returned to
Guide.
The program listing
now shows an icon
next to the program’s
name.
Series
Recording set
Every upcoming
episode of the series
will be recorded.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Editing a Series Recording
Note: Recording is not available if your set top box doesn’t support it.
Once you have created a series recording, you can adjust which
episodes of the series are recorded and which are skipped.
Step 1: Pick a Series
Recording
Locate any program
in the series to be
recorded. Highlight its
listing and press OK.
Step 2: Edit Series
Recording
From the options
shown for this
program, highlight Edit
Series Recording and
press OK.
Step 3: Adjust Series
Recording Options
Arrow Up or Down to choose an
option and press OK. Once you see
arrows above and below the options
setting box, Arrow Up or Down to
adjust that setting.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Channels determines whether the series is recorded when aired on
the channel originally set to record, or record the series on whatever
channel airs it.
Preference determines whether to record the program when shown in
standard definition or only when shown in high definition.
Episodes determines whether to record re-runs and new episodes of the
series or only new episodes.
Start and End determines how much time to add at the start and end time
of the recording so that none of the program is missed.
Limit To determines how many episodes of the series are saved. If set to
anything other than all, the system will delete the oldest recorded episode
of the series once the limit is reached.
Once you have adjusted the series settings, highlight OK and press OK to
save your changes.
Skipping an Episode
Once you have created a series recording, you can manually
skip any episode.
Step 1: Pick the
Episode
Locate the episode in
the series you want
to skip. Highlight its
listing and press OK.
Step 2: Skip the Episode
Highlight Skip Episode
and press OK. You will be returned to Guide
and the red dots on the episode listing will turn grey
to indicate you
are skipping that episode. If you decide to record this episode after all,
repeat this procedure and choose Record Episode from the options
shown and press OK. The dots will become red again.
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6 Guide - Alerts & Recording
Cancelling an Autotune, Reminder, Recording or Series Recording
You can cancel any event you have previously scheduled directly from Guide.
Step 1: Pick the
Program
Highlight the program
with the event you
want to cancel and
press OK.
Step 2: Cancel the
Event
Depending on the
type of event you are
cancelling, your option
will be
or
Highlight the option you want and press OK.
Step 3: Return to Guide
After you press OK, you will return to the Guide.
Additional Information on Cancelling Events
A list of your reminders and autotunes is located in 11 My Library Reminders and can be cancelled from there.
To cancel scheduled recordings, see 8 DVR - To Record.
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7 Recording
Recordings
Creating recordings and pausing live TV both require a DVR (Digital Video
Recorder). There are several ways to record besides those covered in 6
Guide - Alerts & Recording. They are listed here.
Quick Recording
The fastest and easiest way to begin recording is to use the RECORD
button on your remote control.
Step 1: Start Recording
While watching a program, press RECORD. Recording will begin immediately.
You can also start a
quick record in Guide.
Highlight a program you
want to record using
the Arrow Keys and
press RECORD.
If the program is
currently on, recording
will begin immediately.
The program will be
recorded until it is
scheduled to finish.
To manually stop the recording before it is finished, press STOP. If the
program comes on in the future, your system will record the program for
you automatically.
General Guidelines About Recordings
Your TV can even be turned off and recording will take place.
You can record one program and watch a different program simultaneously.
Check with your service provider to see additional multiple recording
options.
Pausing Live TV (PLT)
Recording capability also allows you to pause live TV (PLT). While watching
a channel, PLT will temporarily store what you have watched so you can
pause a program and then press play to resume watching.
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7 Recording
Controlling Live TV
While watching a recorded program or live TV, you can use the Playback
Control Buttons to control playback.
Press PAUSE on your remote control to pause the program.
Programs can be paused as long as the current channel is not changed.
Press PLAY to resume watching.
Press REWIND or FAST FORWARD to reverse or advance
playback from the current point. Press repeatedly to increase FAST
FORWARD or REWIND speed.
Press STOP to exit playback of the program.
The PLT bar appears
whenever you pause,
rewind or fast forward
live TV.
The center area
indicates the amount
of TV saved. The
“I-bar” shows where
you are within that
range.
The far left box indicates the current playback function.
The far right box indicates the current time.
DVR Playback Controller
Any time you press one of the Playback Control Buttons while watching
a previously recorded program, the DVR playback controller is displayed.
The box to the left indicates the playback function in use.
The bar in the middle gives a visual representation of where you are in the
recording. The lighter section indicates how much of the recording has
been played.
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7 Recording
Schedule Event
With Schedule Event, you can select the channel, date, start and stop
time, duration, and frequency of a recording. It is helpful when you want to
record or watch a portion of a program on a reoccurring basis.
Accessing the Schedule Event Screen
There are two ways to
access the screen.
Option 1:
When you select a
future program in
Guide and press OK,
select the Scheduled
Event option from the
pop-up menu.
The Schedule Event screen is populated from the channel you were
watching and will change when you select a future program in the Guide.
Option 2:
Press MENU on your remote control, navigate to DVR, then scroll down to
Schedule Event, and press OK.
Configuring the Schedule Event Screen
The information (the
date, program name,
channel, time and
frequency of recording)
is listed on the
Scheduled Event
screen.)
If information is
incorrect, highlight it
and press OK. Arrow
Up and Down on your
remote to enter the
correct information and
press OK.
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Set Type of Event
Arrow Down and highlight Type and
press OK. The highlight will become
left/right arrows.
Arrow Left or Right until you see the event type you want (Recording,
Autotune, Reminder), then press OK.
Set Event Frequency
Arrow Down on your remote and highlight
Freq and press OK. The highlight will become
left/right arrows.
Arrow Left or Right on your remote until you see the frequency you want
(Single, Weekly, M-F, Every Day), then press OK.
Arrow Down on your remote and highlight OK on the Schedule Event
screen and press OK on your remote. You will be returned to DVR menu
and press Exit to return to the Guide.
See 8 DVR - Schedule Event for details on editing the
Schedule Event screen.
Record By Search
Navigate to the Menubar by pressing the Menu button, highlighting the Search
icon, and press OK. (See 16 Search for complete details on Search.)
Once the Search topic is found, navigate to the program you want to record. Then
highlight it and press OK.
Arrow Down to Record Program for a one-time recording and press OK. Or
Arrow Down and highlight Record Series to record all episodes of the show.
See 16 Search for more details.
Note: To view your recordings, go to 8 DVR - Recorded Programs.
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Introducing DVR
In DVR, you can view current recordings, see a list of future scheduled
recordings, edit and cancel recordings, sort and prioritize recordings, lock
recordings, and schedule a future event. Schedule Event is the only DVR
feature that enables recordings.
Go To DVR
Press MENU, highlight DVR and press OK.
The DVR Menu Quick Reference
Recorded Programs lists programs you have
already recorded. Go here to watch, sort, lock or
delete these recorded programs. VIEW
RECORDINGS
To Record lists all Recording events you have
scheduled, and allows you to sort, or cancel any
future recording events. VIEW FUTURE
RECORDINGS
Schedule Priority allows you to give priority for
one series recording over another in the event of
a scheduling conflict.
Schedule Event allows you to create a
Recording, Reminder or Autotune event for
individual or recurring programs.
Record History is a log of when recordings
start, complete or are cancelled.
Recorded Programs
Highlight Recorded
Programs and press
OK.
A list of your recorded
programs appears to
the right.
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Recordings not yet watched are listed with white text; those you have are
listed with grey text. If a program is still being recorded a red dot icon will
appear to the left of the program’s name.
The Whole Home icon
(coming soon) means that the recorded
program can be viewed from any set top box in the house and will appear
to the left of the program’s name. (See the end of this DVR section for more
details about Whole Home DVR.)
In the lower right of the info area a percentage full item is shown. This
indicates the percentage of total recording space used.
Recorded Programs: Watching a Recorded Program
Step 1: Pick a Recording
Highlight the recording you want to watch and press OK.
Step 2: Play the Recording
Highlight Play Recording and press OK.
Step 3: Watch the Recording
You will exit to your recording as it begins
playing. The Infobar will appear for a few
seconds with a green icon to the right to
indicate you are playing a recording.
While watching your recording, you can
use any of the Playback Control Buttons
on your remote just as you would if
watching a videotape or DVD.
DVR Playback Controller
Any time you press one of the Playback Control Buttons while watching
a previously recorded program, the DVR playback controller is displayed.
The box to the left indicates the playback function in use.
The bar in the middle gives a visual representation of where you are in the
recording. The lighter section indicates how much of the recording has
been played.
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Step 4: Return To Live TV
When the recording ends, you will be returned to live TV.
If you want to return to live TV before your recording has ended, press
STOP ( ). See Playback Controls on your remote.
Recorded Programs: Sorting Recordings
Highlight Recorded Programs and press OK to bring up your recording
list. The first listing will be highlighted. You can sort your recordings
alphabetically by title, by the date recorded, by channel that originally aired
the program, or by whether you have or have not viewed the recording.
To sort your recordings
by any of those
categories, press the
Left Arrow Key to
shift the highlight to
the left. Highlight the
category you want to
use to sort and press
OK.
For example, if you
highlight Date and
press OK, your
recordings will be sorted by the date recorded with oldest at the top and
newest at the bottom.
You can reverse the sort order for any category by pressing OK again on
that category. Using the above example, pressing OK again on Date would
put your newest recordings at the top and oldest at the bottom.
Recorded Programs: Locking or Unlocking a Recording
Locking a recording prevents the system from deleting a program to make
space for new recordings.
Note: You can still manually delete a locked recording. Locking only
prevents the system from automatically deleting it.
Step 1: Pick a Recording
Highlight the recording you want to lock and press OK.
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Step 2a: Lock the Recording
Highlight Lock and press OK.
Once a program is locked, a
on the recording’s listing.
appears
Step 2b: Unlock the Recording
If you select a locked program in Step 1,
the Lock option will instead be Unlock.
Highlight Unlock and press OK.
When the program is unlocked, the padlock icon is removed.
Recorded Programs: Deleting a Recording
Step 1: Pick a Recording
Highlight the recording you want to delete and press OK.
Step 2: Delete the Recording
Highlight Delete Recording and press
OK.
Step 3: Confirm Delete
Highlight Yes and press OK to confirm, or
No if you change your mind.
Step 4: Recording Deleted
Once you confirm the deletion, the entry
for that recording is removed from the list.
Note: Once a recording has been deleted, there is no way to get it back.
Recorded Programs: Stopping a Program Currently Recording
Step 1: Pick a Recording
Highlight the recording event you want to stop and press OK.
Step 2: Stop the Recording
Highlight Stop Recording and press OK.
To Record
You can easily review and cancel programs to be recorded. Highlight To
Record and press OK.
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To Record: Sort Future Recordings
A list of your scheduled future recordings will appear to the right.
The list of programs to be recorded can be sorted by title, date to be recorded,
channel airing the program to be recorded, or recordings to be skipped or not.
For more information on sorting items in this list, see Sort Recordings
earlier in this section.
To Record: Cancelling a Future Scheduled Recording
Step 1: Pick a Future Scheduled Recording
Highlight the recording event you want to cancel and press OK.
Step 2: Cancel the Recording Event
Highlight Cancel Recording and press OK.
Step 3: Recording Cancelled
Once you have cancelled the recording event, the entry for that recording
event is removed from the list.
Schedule Priority
When you create series recordings for different programs that may be
scheduled for the same time, Schedule Priority allows you to pre-determine
which program you want to be recorded instead of another. To go to
Schedule Priority, highlight Schedule Priority and press OK.
Schedule Priority: Changing Schedule Priority
Schedule Priority lists
all series recordings
with the highest
priority listed first.
This program will
always be recorded
in preference to any
other series recording.
To adjust the priority for
a series, highlight the
program you want to
change and press OK.
You can Move Up
or Move Down the
program in priority. Highlight the option you want and press OK. If necessary,
repeat this procedure until each series is in the order of priority you want.
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Schedule Event
Highlight Schedule Event and press OK. Setting a Schedule Event is covered
in 7 Recordings. Editing instructions are covered here.
Schedule Event: Editing a Scheduled Event
You can edit the channel number, date,
time, and type of timer and frequency
of the event.
Highlight the setting you want to
change by Arrowing to the item
and press OK. Use the Right and
Left Arrow Keys to change the
settings and press OK on the
remote to end the edit.
When all screens are completed,
press OK on the screen to enter
your information.
Record History
Record History is a log of all events related to your recordings such as
recording started, recording completed or recording cancelled. Scroll down
the DVR listings and highlight Record History and press OK.
Record History: Reviewing Record History
Press the Up and
Down Arrow Keys on
the remote to scroll
through your record
history.
When you Arrow
to a Recording that
is labeled Record
Stop and push OK
on your remote, the
date and start time of
the recodring appears
above. The same
process works for
Record Start.
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Whole Home DVR (Coming Soon)
As the name suggests, with Whole Home DVR all set top boxes in the
household can record programs and view live or pre-recorded shows from
any room in the house. You can also stop a recorded program in one room
and continue watching it in another.
Set a Recording
You can set a recording
from all set top boxes in the
household, not just the
DVR. Of course, you need
one DVR in the household
because it actually does the
recording functions for all the
non-DVR set top boxes.
(See 6 Guide & Recording
and 7 Recording for more
details about recording.)
You cannot control Pause
Live TV from a non-DVR set
top box.
Non-DVR Set Top Box Recordings List
To view the list of
Whole Home DVR
recordings go to the
Menubar, select the
DVR icon and press
OK on your remote.
Recorded Programs
appears as the first
listing under DVR.
Select it and press OK
to bring up the list.
When viewing the list of
Whole Home DVR
recordings on a non-DVR set top box, the Whole Home icon
will
appear next to the program’s name. All set top boxes (including the DVR)
will have access to the recording.
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Watching from Room to Room
If you start
watching a
recorded
program in one
room (family), and
wish to move to
another room
(bedroom) you
can view the
recording there.
Step 1: Stop the recording playing in the family room by pushing the stop
button on your remote. (See the Playback Controls on your remote).
A screen will appear giving you a choice to either Keep this Recording
(highlighted) or Delete this Recording. Click OK on the highlighted Keep
this Recording. You will then be returned to the DVR screen and the video
will now be available in other rooms.
Step 2: Go to the bedroom’s TV, turn it on,
bring up the Menubar and scroll to DVR.The
first heading under DVR is Recorded
Programs.
Arrow over to the recording you had been
watching, and push OK. A screen will appear
giving you the choices of Play Recording,
Resume Play, Lock, Delete Recording, and
Cancel.
Scroll to Resume Play and press OK on the
remote to resume watching the video.
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9 Pay Per View
Introducing Pay Per View (PPV)
Pay Per View allows you to watch exclusive sporting events and other
content in the comfort and privacy of your home. Forget long lines, big
crowds, expensive concessions and seats in the “nose bleed” section.
Go To Pay Per View
Using the Arrow Keys on your remote, scroll the menubar to PPV, then
press Ok. The PPV list will appear on the Guide menu.
Buying Pay Per View
Note: Use these
steps to purchase
Pay Per Events, Pay
Per Block, and
Sports Packages.
Step 1: Pick the
Program
Highlight the Pay Per
View program you
want to buy in Guide
and press OK.
Step 2: Buy PPV
Highlight Buy PPV
and press OK.
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Step 3: Confirm Your Purchase
Highlight the box next to Enter PIN and enter your Pay Per View PIN using
the Number Pad (0-9). For more information on PINs,
see section 13 Settings.
To share this video
with other viewers on
your system, highlight
the checkbox next to
Share PPV and
press OK.
For more information
on Share PPV, see
section 13 Settings.
Finally, highlight the Buy
button and press OK.
Step 4: Watch Your Pay Per View
You can now watch
your pay per view
program.
If you purchased your
pay per view program
in advance, you can
schedule an Autotune
or Reminder so that
you don’t miss it.
For more information on setting Reminders and Autotunes, see Setting a
Reminder, Autotune or Recording earlier in 6 Guide & Recordings.
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10 Rentals
Introducing Rentals & VOD (Video on Demand)
Rentals provides access to VOD (Video on Demand) movies and programs.
It’s like renting from the local video rental store, only better. You can choose
from the most recent movies and older favorites, along with favorite TV
shows, music videos and local programming.
Unlike pay per view which only allows you to watch the program once at
the scheduled time, VOD allows you to determine what and when you want
to watch, and how often during the rental period. You can even pause,
rewind or fast forward just like a videotape or DVD. Rental prices are
comparable to prices at your local video store, and some programs may
even be free!
Go To Rentals
Press MENU, highlight Rentals and press OK.
Browsing Rentals
VOD Rentals are grouped into categories and sub-categories for convenience.
Step 1: Pick a
Category
The bottom left of your
screen lists the main
Rental categories.
Highlight a main
category and press
OK.
Step 2: Browse the Rentals
When you choose a category, a list of available VOD Rentals for that
category are shown to the right.
Highlighting a VOD Rental will list information for that Rental in the upper right
portion of the screen.
At any time during this process, you can press the Left Arrow key to return
to a previous set of categories.
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Renting a VOD Rental
Step 1: Pick a Rental
Select your VOD rental
choice and press OK.
Step 2: Rent
Highlight Rent and
press OK.
Step 3: Confirm Your
Rental
The confirmation
screen appears.
If you want other users
to be able to watch
this VOD Rental,
highlight the Share
Rental check box and press OK.
Now highlight the text box next to Enter PIN and use the Number Pad to
enter your PIN, then highlight Rent and press OK to confirm your VOD Rental.
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Watching Your VOD Rental
You can play your VOD Rental from Rentals or from My Library.
Note: For information on the My Library, see section 11 My Library.
Step 1: Pick Your
Rental
Highlight your VOD
Rental and press OK.
Step 2: Play Your
Rental
Highlight Play From
Start and press OK
to start play at the
beginning of the
program.
If you have already watched part of the program and want to pick up where
you left off, highlight Play From Last and press OK.
Controlling Rental Playback
While watching a VOD Rental, you can use the Playback Control Buttons
on your remote to pause, rewind, fast forward or stop playback.
Press PAUSE to halt playback at the current point.
Press REWIND or FAST FORWARD to reverse or advance
playback from the current point.
Press PLAY to resume watching at normal speed.
Press STOP to exit playback of the program.
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The Slider
Any time you press
one of the Playback
Control Buttons while
watching a previously
recorded program, the
DVR playback
controller is displayed.
The box to the left
indicates the playback
function in use.
The bar in the
middle gives a visual
representation of where you are in the recording. The filled-in portion of the
progress bar indicates how much of the recording has been played.
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Introducing My Library
My Library stores all purchased programming, a list of your scheduled
Reminder and Autotune events, and messages about your service.
The My Library Menu
Video provides access to your VOD Rentals
you have purchased from Rentals.
PPV Events allows you to view a previously
purchased concert, sporting or other pay per
view event.
Pay Per Block allows you to view purchased
pay per view programming in blocks of time
rather than for an entire program.
Sports Package allows you to access all
programming for any seasonal sports
subscription package you have purchased.
Reminders lists all Reminder and Autotune
events you have created. From here, you can
cancel a Reminder or Autotune.
Messages allows you to view any messages
about your service. Messages may inform you of
promotional offers, upcoming Video on Demand
events, service upgrades or billing alerts.
Go To My Library
Press MENU on your remote control, highlight My Library and press OK.
Go To Rented Videos
VOD rental times can range from 24 hrs to several days. To view and play
your VOD during that rental time, highlight Video and press OK.
A list of your purchased VOD Rentals appears to the right.
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Watching a Rental Video
Step 1: Pick Your
Video Rental
Highlight your Video
Rental and press OK.
Step 2: Play Your Rental
Highlight Play From
Start and press OK
to start playing at the
beginning.
If you have already
watched part of the
program and want to
pick up where you left
off, highlight Play From
Last and press OK.
Introducing PPV Events
PPV Events allows you to view a previously purchased program.
Go To PPV, Pay Per Block, and Sports Package
Arrow down to your
topic and press OK. All
purchased pay per view
events are listed to the
right. Highlight the
event you want to
watch and press OK for
information and viewing
options.
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Introducing Reminders
Reminders lists all Reminder and Autotune events you have created. From
here you can cancel a Reminder or Autotune.
Go To Reminders
Highlight Reminders and press OK.
A list of your Reminders
and Autotunes
appears to the right.
Cancel a Reminder or Autotune
Step 1: Pick the
Program
Highlight the Reminder
or Autotune you want
to cancel and press
OK.
Step 2: Cancel the
Autotune or
Reminder
Highlight Cancel
Autotune or Cancel
Reminder depending
on the type of event
you are cancelling and
press OK.
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Introducing Messages
Messages may inform you of promotional offers, upcoming Video on
Demand events, service upgrades or billing alerts.
Whenever you receive
a new message an
alert will appear on
your screen. Press
INFO on your remote
to display the
message, or press
EXIT to ignore the
alert and view the
message later.
Go To Messages
Highlight Messages and press OK.
A list of all available messages appears to the right.
Reading a Message
Highlight the message
listing you want to
read. The full message
will be displayed in the
Info Area in the upper
right-hand corner of
your screen.
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12 Controls
Introducing Controls
Note: Parental Controls must first be set up in Settings before the
Control On/Off icon will appear on the Menubar (For insturctions see
13 Settings - Go to Parental Controls).
Parental Controls are available once you have enabled them in the Settings menu.
They enable parents to selectively block programming by channel or rating.
Controls let you turn on and off the parental controls you have set. When
the controls are on, the kids can watch TV without seeing an inappropriate
program. When the controls are off, adults can watch their programs
without repeatedly entering a password.
When the controls are on, even titles of programs that exceed your parental
control settings will not be shown. Once the controls are turned off, all
program titles will be shown.
Turning Controls On
Press MENU and
highlight the Controls
icon. The Menu lets
you know if the
controls are on or off.
If parental controls are
in effect, the icon will
say Control On.
Turning Controls Off
Highlight the Control
On icon and Press OK
to bring up the
password screen. Use
the Number Pad on
your remote to enter
your parental controls
password. Then
highlight OK and
press OK on your
remote.
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When you disable the controls, they will remain that way until you turn them
back on, or the Parental Control Unlock Timeout is reached. The time out is
the maximum period of time for which the parental controls will be disabled.
At the end of the
Parental Control
Unlock Timeout, the
system will
automatically restore
parental controls. You
will see an alert on the
screen just before
parental controls are
restored.
This Parental Control
Unlock Timeout is
located in Settings
(see 13 Settings).
In Settings click on
Users, then Parental
Control, then select
the option Unlock
Time Out, then select
the amount of time.
This ensures your parental controls will remain in effect in case you watch
an adult program and forget to turn the controls back on.
Turning Controls On Again
Press MENU and highlight Control Off, then press OK. The icon will
change to Control On, and the parental controls are now in effect.
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Introducing Settings
Settings gives you control over your video service. You can choose to
share purchased programs, change how alerts appear on your screen,
create parental controls and block programs by channel or ratings. You
can also create accounts for members of your family.
Go To Settings
Press MENU and highlight Settings. Then enter your password, highlight
OK and press OK. There are two main sections of Settings: Preferences
and Users. Both are used for setting up parental controls.
Activating Parental Control
Arrow to Parental
Control under Main
Preferences and
press OK to check the
box. Arrow to Submit
and press OK. You will
be returned to live TV.
Navigate back to
Settings and enter your
account password.
Selecting Parental Control Settings.
Arrow Down to Users
and press OK. Arrow
Right and highlight
Parental Control and
press OK.
A new screen appears
listing the Parental
Control topics.
Arrow Up and Down
to check the controls
you want to set for
your household.
Movie and TV ratings determine the highest rating for programs that will be blocked.
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Unlock Timeout (Only Available on Master Account)
Unlock Timeout determines how long parental controls will remain disabled.
To set Unlock Timeout, highlight
the option box next to Unlock
Timeout and press OK. Use the Right/Left Arrow Keys to select the
amount of time wanted, then press OK. See 12 Controls Turning Controls Off for more details.
Block Unrated (Only Available on
Master Account)
Block Unrated allows or blocks any program that does not have a rating.
To turn Block Unrated on or off, highlight the check box and press OK.
Content Rating
To block a particular type of
content, highlight the check box to
the left of that item and press OK.
Activating the Parental Control Settings
Once you have finished your selections, Arrow Down to Submit and press
OK. Now Parental Control will be available to turn off and on. See
12 Controls for details.
Working With Additional Preferences
Share Rentals
Share Rentals makes purchased programs available for any user (enabled),
or only available to the user who makes the purchase (disabled).
To turn on or off, highlight the check box and press
OK. Checked rentals will appear on purchase screens.
Require Login
Require Login determines if a user name and password must be entered
before being able to use your TV service.
To turn Require Login on or off, highlight the check
box and press OK. This ensures that the additional
users or sub accounts must log in to watch programs.
Enable Caller ID
Enable Caller ID turns on or off screen alerts for incoming Caller ID.
To turn Enable Caller ID on or off, highlight the
check box and press OK.
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Caller ID Timeout
Caller ID Timeout determines how long Caller ID notifications remain on the screen.
To set Caller ID Timeout, highlight the
option box to the right of Caller ID
Timeout and press OK. Then press
the Right or Left Arrow Key to rotate to the amount of time you want the
alert displayed, then press OK.
Channel Blocking
Channel Blocking enables or disables the list of channels you have
blocked. Blocked channels do not appear in Guide.
To turn Channel Blocking on or off,
highlight the check box and press OK.
To edit the list of channels that are blocked, highlight the Edit button and press OK.
Channel Blocking Edit displays a list of all channels available. You can
then block or unblock any channel. Blocked channels WILL NOT APPEAR
in channel lineup. This can be a Parental Control feature or a stand-alone.
To block channels, highlight the
Channel Blocking Edit button and
press OK
If no changes have been made on the Preferences screen, you will go
directly to the list of all available channels. If any changes have been made
to the main Preferences screen and you have not already updated them, a
Save Changes box will appear. Highlight YES and press OK if you wish to
save these changes. The Settings Successfully Updated notice will then
appear. Highlight OK, and press the OK button
The Channel Blocking
list will appear.
To block/unblock a
channel, highlight the
channel entry and
press OK.
To go to the next
screen of channels,
press the Up or Down
Arrow Key. When
complete, Arrow to
update and press OK.
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Autotune Alert
Autotune Alert determines how early an Autotune will be shown once you
set an Autotune.
To set Autotune Alert, highlight the
option box to the right of Autotune
Alert and press OK. Then press the Right or Left Arrow Key to display 0
seconds, 30 seconds, 2 minutes or 5 minutes, then press OK.
0 seconds will display your Autotune at the exact time the program begins.
Any of the other settings will trigger the Autotune that many seconds or
minutes before the program begins.
Theme
For service provider use only.
Hardware Settings
For service provider only.
Working With Settings/Users
User accounts allows
you to have separate
parental controls,
purchase limits and
themes for different
family members.
Users/Settings
allows you to add a
user account, edit an
existing user account,
change parental
controls for a user
account, or delete a
user account.
Note: The master account is the first account listed and is shown in
yellow rather than white. You cannot delete the master account and
cannot change the login name for the master account.
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Adding a User Account
To create a new user
account, highlight the
Add button and press
OK.
Highlight New Login
to enter the name for
the new account and
press OK. An onscreen keyboard
appears.
Use the Arrow Keys
to highlight a letter or
number and press OK
to add it to the
login name.
Once you have
entered the desired
name, highlight Done
and press OK to return
to the Create New
User screen.
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Highlight New
Password to enter the
password for the new
account. Use the
Number Pad on your
remote to enter the
password.
Highlight Confirm Password to
re-enter the password for the new
account. Use the Number Pad on your remote to re-enter the password.
Theme
For service provider use only.
Highlight Allowance $ to enter a limit
to the amount of programs that can
be purchased per month for the new account. Use the Number Pad on
your remote to enter a whole dollar amount (e.g. 200 to limit the account to
$200.00).
Highlight the Enable Caller ID check
box and press OK to enable or
disable Caller ID alerts to appear on
the screen for this user account.
Highlight Enter PIN to enter the
master account’s PIN as a further
way of verifying the master account holder is creating this account. Use the
Number Pad on your remote to enter the PIN.
Now highlight Continue and press OK to go to the next
Add User Account screen.
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The second Add User
Account screen allows
you to create parental
controls specific to
this user.
These parental control
settings are identical
to the settings shown
earlier with the
exception that there is
no Unlock Timeout or
Block Unrated setting.
Once you have entered the settings for the new account, highlight Submit
and press OK.
Editing a User Account
To edit a user account,
highlight the user
account and press
OK, then highlight the
Edit button and
press OK.
Note: The master
account is the first
account listed and
is shown in yellow
rather than white.
Using the Number
Pad on your remote,
enter the current
password for this
account.
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Now highlight New Password to
change the password. Use the
Number Pad on your remote to enter a numeric password.
Highlight Confirm Password to re-enter
the password. Use the Number Pad
on your remote to exactly re-enter the password.
Highlight PIN and enter the account’s
existing PIN.
Highlight New PIN and enter a new
PIN for this account.
Highlight Confirm PIN to re-enter the
new PIN.
Highlight the Enable PIN check box and press
OK to enable or disable the need to use a PIN.
Once you have made all changes to this account, highlight Submit and
press OK.
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Sign Out / Sign In
This function is typically only used if there are more than one user account,
usually when a parent adds a child as a new user. The parent’s account
(master account) controls the child’s account (sub account).
Go To Sign Out / Sign In
Press the MENU button on the remote. Scroll the menubar to the Sign
Out icon and click OK.
You will then be signed out of
your account, and the Sign In
screen will appear. Highlight the
Name entry box and press OK.
Use the Up/Down Arrows
Keys to select the name for the
desired account. Then highlight
the Password entry box and
enter the password used for the
desired account, highlight Sign
In and press OK.
When a new user signs in, parental controls and other set restrictions for
that account will be imposed.
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15 Favorites
Introducing Favorites
Save time and enjoy the channels you watch the most. Each Favorites list
contains just the TV channels you wish to view. You can create multiple Favorites
lists and quickly change the Guide to show them.
Go To Favorites
Press MENU and highlight Favorites, then press OK.
A screen will appear with options to choose, edit, create or delete a list, or cancel.
Choosing a Favorites List
There are two ways to choose a favorites list:
Option 1: Favorites From the Menubar
Follow the steps above in “Go To Favorites,” then highlight Choose and
press OK. Then highlight the favorites list you want and press OK.
Option 2: Favorites From Guide
While in Guide, you
can cycle through your
Favorites lists by
pressing GUIDE
repeatedly. Each press
will activate the next
Favorites list. Cycling
to All will display all
available programming.
The name of the active
Favorites list is shown
below the picture-inpicture area. This
causes Guide to only
display the channels
included on that
Favorites list.
Pressing GUIDE
once you have cycled
through all Favorites
lists will exit Guide.
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Creating or Editing a Favorites List
Step 1: Create or Edit
Follow the steps in “Go To Favorites,” highlight Create or Edit, and press
OK to bring up the Favorites create/edit screen. This screen displays every
channel offered.
Step 2: Name Your Favorites List
The Name: box is
already highlighted.
Press OK to use the
on-screen keyboard to
change the name for
your favorites list.
First, highlight Clear
All and press OK to
clear the default name.
Highlight each letter in the new name and press OK. Once you have
entered the name, highlight Done and press OK.
Step 3: Choose Your Favorite Channels
Arrow Up and Down and select the channels to add or remove from your
favorites list and press OK. A channel included in the favorites list shows a
heart icon
to the right of the channel info.
To save your favorites list, Arrow Right and highlight Update and press OK.
To cancel your favorite list without saving it, highlight the Cancel button at
the bottom right of your screen and press OK.
Delete a Favorites List
Step 1: Select Delete
Follow the steps in “Go To Favorites,” then highlight Delete and press OK.
Step 2: Select the Favorites List to Delete
Highlight the favorites list you want to delete and press OK. A box will
appear asking you to confirm that you want to delete the selected favorites
list. Highlight Yes to delete or No to Cancel, and press OK.
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16 Search
Introducing Search
Search allows you to enter the name or partial name of a program or video
you are looking for and have your service find any program matching the
text you enter.
Go To Search
Press MENU and highlight Search, then press OK.
Search For A Program
Step 1: Enter The Program Title
The highlight will be on
the Search text box
when the Search
screen appears.
Press OK and a
keyboard will appear
to the right of the
screen.
Highlight each letter
in the name of the
program you want to
find, and press OK on
each. Each time you
press OK you will see
that letter added to the
text box.
If you enter a wrong letter, highlight Del and press OK to go back
one space.
If you need to start over, highlight Clear All and press OK.
Once you have entered as much of the program name as you feel
necessary, highlight Done and press OK.
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Note: It is best to enter as little as possible when searching.
Usually the first 3 or 4 letters in the name will be enough to
find what you want.
Step 2: Search
Highlight Search
Guide and press OK
to have the system
start searching for all
programs that match
your search criteria.
Step 3: Pick A Result
You can now highlight
any program or rental
listing and press OK
to…
Watch or record a
program if it’s on now.
Set a reminder, auto
tune or recording for
a program if it comes
on later.
You cannot set a reminder, auto tune or recording for purchased programs.
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Set Top Box
Amino 125 Set Top Box
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4
567
1. 5V DC Provides power to the set top box.
2. Network Connects the set top box to the video service using a CAT5
Ethernet cable.
3. USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connects the set top box to technician’s
equipment and other devices.
4. SPDIF Digital Out Connects the set top box to a home theater
system to provide surround sound audio - provides audio only.
5. Audio Visual Out (Composite Video and Stereo Audio) Connects the
set top box to your TV or VCR to provide good quality video and stereo
audio - custom Amino cable has 10-pin connector at set top box end
and yellow, red and white RCA connectors at TV/VCR end.
6. Out Connects the set top box to the TV using a standard coax cable provides video and audio.
7. In Connects the set top box to the video service using a standard coax
cable - provides audio and video.
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Set Top Box
ADB 2500 Set Top Box
123 4
5
6
7
1. Power 12V DC 1.1A Provides power to the set top box.
2. USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connects the set top box to technician’s
equipment and other devices.
3. Ethernet Connects the set top box to the video service using a CAT5
Ethernet cable.
4. SPDIF Connects the set top box to a home theater system to provide
surround sound audio - provides audio only.
5. S-Video Connects the set top box to your TV to provide high-quality
video - provides video only.
6. Video/Stereo Audio R/L (Video/Audio Left/Audio Right) Connects the
set top box to your TV or VCR to provide good quality video and stereo
audio.
7. TV Out Connects the set top box to your TV using a standard coax
cable - provides audio and video.
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Set Top Box
ADB 5721 WNX Set Top Box
1
5
2
34
6 78
9
10 11
1. Secondary Video/Stereo Audio R/L (Video/Audio Left/Audio Right)
Connects the set top box to your TV or VCR to provide good quality
video and stereo audio.
2. Primary Video/Stereo Audio R/L (Video/Audio Left/Audio Right)
Connects the set top box to your TV or VCR to provide good quality
video and stereo audio.
3. S-Video Connects the set top box to your TV to provide high-quality
video - provides video only.
4. Component (HD Analog) Output (Video/Audio Left/Audio Right)
Connects the set top box to your TV or VCR to provide high definition
quality video and stereo audio.
5. HCNA Coax Port Connects the set top box to a HCNA wall socket
using coax wiring.
6. RF Modulated Output to TV Connects the set top box to your TV
using a standard coax cable - provides audio and video.
7. Ethernet Connects the set top box to the video service using a CAT5
Ethernet cable.
8. S/PDIF Connects the set top box to a home theater system to provide
surround sound audio - provides audio only.
9. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) Connects the set top box to
your HDTV using an HDMI cable - provides audio and video.
10. USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connects the set top box to technician’s
equipment and other devices.
11. Power Adapter Provides power to the set top box
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Set Top Box
ADB 5810 Set Top Box
123 4 5 678 9 10
11
1. USB Connects the set top box to USB compatible devices.
2. Ethernet Connects the set top box to the video service using a CAT5
Ethernet cable.
3. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) Connects the set top box to
your HDTV using an HDMI cable - provides audio and video.
4. Pr/Pb/Y (Component Video) Connects the set top box to your TV to
provide very high-quality video - provides video only.
5. VCR Audio Right/Audio Left/Video Connects the set top box to your
VCR to provide good quality stereo audio and video.
6. To TV Connects the set top box to your TV using a standard coax
cable - provides audio and video.
7. S-Video Connects the set top box to your TV to provide high-quality
video - provides video only.
8. TV Video Connects the set top box to your TV to provide good quality
video.
9. TV Audio R/L (Audio Left/Right) Connects the set top box to your TV
to provide good quality stereo audio.
10. S/PDIF Connects the set top box to a home theater system to provide
surround sound audio - provides audio only.
11. 12V DC 4A Provides power to the set top box.
You can also use the front panel buttons of the
ADB 5810 set top box to replace the basic
remote control functions. Use MENU to display
the Main Menu, EPG to display Guide, RES to
change screen resolutions, and the arrow and
OK buttons as you would those on the remote control.
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Movie Ratings
MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) Ratings System
G – General Audience
This is a film which contains nothing which
would, in the view of the MPAA Rating Board, be
offensive to parents whose younger children view the film.
PG – Parental Guidance Suggested
The theme of a PG-rated film may itself call for
parental guidance. There may be some profanity
in these films. There may be some violence or brief nudity. But these
elements are not deemed so intense as to require that parents be strongly
cautioned beyond the suggestion of parental guidance. There is no drug
use content in a PG-rated film.
PG-13 – Parents Strongly Cautioned
A PG-13 film is one which, in the view of
the MPAA Rating Board, leaps beyond the
boundaries of the PG rating in theme, violence, nudity, sensuality, language,
or other contents, but does not quite fit within the restricted R category.
Any drug use content will initially require at least a PG-13 rating.
R – Restricted
An R-rated film may include hard language, or
tough violence, or nudity within sensual scenes,
or drug abuse or other elements, or a combination of some of the above,
so that parents are counseled to take this advisory rating very seriously.
NC-17 – No Children 17 or Under
NC-17 does not necessarily mean “obscene
or pornographic” in the often accepted or legal
meaning of those words. The MPAA Review Board does not and cannot
mark films with those words. These are legal terms and for courts to
decide. The reasons for the application of an NC-17 rating can be violence
or sex or aberrational behavior or drug abuse or any other elements which,
when present, most parents would consider too strong and therefore offlimits for viewing by their children.
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TV Ratings
TV Parental Guidelines Ratings System
The TV Parental Guidelines ratings provides program ratings, and content
ratings to provide a clearer idea of the reason for a program’s rating
Program Ratings
TV-Y – All Children
This program is designed to be appropriate for all children.
TV-Y7 – Directed to Older Children
This program is designed for children age 7 and above. It may
include mild fantasy violence or comedic violence.
TV-G – General Audience
Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages.
TV-PG – Parental Guidance Suggested
This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable
for younger children.
TV-14 – Parents Strongly Cautioned
This program contains some material that many parents would
find unsuitable for children under 14 years of age.
TV-MA – TV Mature Audience Only
This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and
therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.
Content Ratings
Content Ratings are shown just below the program rating.
FV: Fantasy Violence (only applied to TV-Y7)
For those programs where fantasy violence may be more intense or more
combative than other programs in this category.
The meaning of a content rating increases as the program rating increases.
V: Violence
S: Sexuality
L: Language
D: Dialogue
TV-PG: Moderate; TV-14: Intense; TV-MA: Graphic
TV-PG: Some; TV-14: Intense; TV-MA: Explicit
TV-PG: Infrequent; TV-14: Strong; TV-MA: Crude
TV-PG: Some; TV-14: Intense; TV-MA: Not used
For more information on TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board and its
rating system, please visit www.tvguidelines.org.
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