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August DA701C User manual
August International Ltd
United Kingdom
Telephone:845 250 0586
www.augustint.com
Quick Start Guide
DA701C
User Manual
Thank you for buying our August TV. You may already be familiar with using
a similar product but please take time to read these instructions carefully. It is
designed to familiarise you with the product’s many features and to ensure
that you get the very best from your purchase.
Safety
To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please ensure you read the
Safety Instructions before you use this product.
Disposal
Please ensure the product and its accessories are disposed in compliance with
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive and other
regulations. Please check with your local authority for disposal regulations.
Customer Service:
If you need help, please contact our Customer Service:
Telephone:
+44 (0) 845 250 0586
Email:
service@augustint.com
1. It is suggested that you use a roof top aerial when scanning for TV channels
for the first time, if any signal is detected, the channel information will be
saved on the TV, you may then switch back to the portable antenna supplied
and change your location to find the best place to receive the signal.
2. Connect the device to the mains power, turn the power switch on the side of
the TV to ON, a red standby light will show, press POWER on the remote or
TV to turn on the device.
3. The TV/AV button on the TV and MODE on the remote are for switching
between Digital Freeview TV & Media Player and Analogue TV modes.
4. When turning on the device for the first time, “Initial Install” will show,
follow the instructions to select OSD Language and Area, then press ENTER,
it will ask whether to install, select YES, the auto search will then start. Once
the search has finished, press CH+, CH- or EPG to select channels. Press
REV/RADIO to switch between Freeview TV and Radio channels.
5. If you have done the first time installation before, and would like to search
for Digital Freeview channels again, or if you have moved to a different
region and need to scan channels again, press TV/AV on the TV or MODE on
the remote to switch to Digital TV & Media Player mode, press MENU,
select “Digital TV” by pressing ENTER, select “Installation”, then select
“Auto Search”, press ENTER to start the search. Once the search has
finished, press CH+, CH- or EPG to select channels. Press REV/RADIO to
switch between Freeview TV and Radio channels.
6. To search for Analogue TV, press TV/AV on the TV or MODE on the remote
to switch to Analogue TV mode and you should see either “AUTO”, “PAL”
or “SECAM” at the top right corner of the screen. Press MENU repeatedly, it
gives you menu “PICTURE”, “VOLUME”, “OPTION', “SYSTEM”,
“PRESET”, and “CLOCK” respectively. To start the auto search, move to
“PRESET” menu and “AUTO SEARCH” is selected, press RIGHT to start
search for channels.
7. To play video, music, or photos on a SD card or memory stick, insert the SD
card or memory stick to the card slot or USB port, press TV/AV on the TV or
MODE on the remote to switch to Digital TV & Media Player mode, press
MENU to select “Movie”, “Music”, or “Photo”, press ENTER or PLAY to
start playing, press EXIT to stop and exit to main menu. During the photo
playback, press UP for the mirror effect, press again to back to normal, press
DOWN for upside down effect, press again to back to normal, press RIGHT
to rotate clockwise, press LEFT to rotate anticlockwise, press ENTER for
photo slideshow, photos in the selected folder will show repeatedly.
8. Please note the included portable antenna may only be used in areas where
signal is very strong. There may be difficulties in receiving signal with the
portable antenna in some regions at present, this is due to the fact that
Freeview (www.freeview.co.uk) is yet to operate in full power in the UK. The
government aims to achieve a full switchover by 2012, which will occur in
stages, region by region between 2008 and 2012, at present the quality of
Freeview reception varies in different regions across the UK.
As mentioned on the Freeview website, only 73% of the UK population is
able to receive Freeview at present and only a small number of households
might be able to use a set top aerial at present. This only applies if you live in
an area with coverage close to a transmitter, but reception would still be
unreliable and they strongly recommend that you use a roof top aerial for
good reception.
The reception will be improving along with the progress of the Digital
Switchover Program. Reception may also be affected by various factors such
as how close you are to transmitters, tall buildings, thick walls, ceilings and
weather etc.
9. For any further queries, please telephone August International Ltd helpline
0845 250 0586 or email service@augustint.com
1.Safety Instructions
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2.Accessories
3
3.Part Names and Functions
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4.Remote Control
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5.Connections
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6.Digital Freeview TV (DVB-T)
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7. Digital TV Recording
16
8.Card Reader & USB Functions
17
9.Games
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10.Screen Setting
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11.Analogue TV
20
12.Battery Charging
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13.Troubleshooting
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14. Specifications
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15.Warranty
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1. Safety Instructions
Storage and Use
Keep this machine
away from hot or
cold places.
The storage
temperature of
this machine is
-20~ 60℃, the
application
temperature of
this machine is
5~ 35℃.
Keep the TV set
away from water
or damp
environment.
Never expose the
TV set to
moisture,dust oil
or smoke.
Avoid dropping
or exposing to
impacts.
Never put this
machine in
containers that are
unstable as this
may cause
damage.
Never extrude or
chafe this
machine with
sharp objects.
1.Only the attached AC adaptor and the car adaptor are suitable.
2.For the sake of safety, when you do not intend to use the display, please
switch off the AC adaptor or car adaptor.
1.Please do not tune your headphone / earphone at high volumes, otherwise,
it may lead to ear damage.
2.For open-designed earphone, to avoid annoying those close by, please tune
down the volume.
3.In case of any tinnitus, please turn down the volume or stop using this
machine.
4.It is recommended by aurists that the earphones should not be used
continuously for a prolonged period.
For the sake of safety for yourself and others, please do not watch the TV
while driving.
A few highlights or dark spots may appear on the LCD screen. It is a very
common phenomenon of active matrix display technology, and does
Maintenance
Please unplug all connection wires before start cleaning this machine.
Please wipe the
display screen and
buttons with a soft
cloth. Only clean
the screen with
professional LCD
TV screen cleanser.
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Never wipe this
machine with
abrasive cloth,
detergent powder,
alcohol and
benzene etc.
various propellants
or chemical
cleaning products.
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2 . Accessories
3. Part Names and Functions
AC/DC adaptor
Car adaptor
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1.Stereo speakers
2.Power switch
3.Menu
4.Volume - / Left
5.Volume + / Right
6.Remote receiver
7.Telescopic antenna
8.TFT LCD screen
9.Power indicator
Standby: Red
Turn on: Green
10.OK confirm
11.TV/AV shift
12.Channel -/ Down
13.Channel +/ Up
14.Base support
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15. Antenna input jack
16. USB jack
17. AV OUT
18. SD/MMC/MS port
19. Earphone jack
20. + 9V DC IN jack
21. Power ON/OFF switch
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22.Charge indicator
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Panel Button Functions
4. Remote Control
This table explains the functions of the buttons on the panel in each mode:
Panel Button
DVB-T
Card & USB
ATV
DISPLAY
①
POWER
②
OK
POWER
OK
POWER
OK
POWER
OK
1
2
3
AUTO
MODE
17
18
MUTE
SUBTITLE
MODE
MODE
MODE
④
VOL- /
VOL-
VOL-
VOL- /
▲
TV / AV
▲
③
VOL +
VOL +
VOL+ /
⑥
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
▲
⑦
CH- /
⑧
CH+ /▲
CH-/
▲
▲
▲
CH+/▲
▲
VOL+ /
▲
⑤
CH- /
▲
CH+ /▲
4
19
5
REPEAT
6
20
21
22
23
24
REC
MENU
EXIT
RETURN
7
PRLIST
8
9
10
TTX
FAV
AUDIO
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
35
36
REV / RADIO FWD / EPG
11
12
13
14
15
16
33
34
ZOOM
P. P
SLEEP
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
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1 . POWER
2 . DISPLAY
3 . MUTE
4. SUBTITLE
5 . LANGUAGE
6 . SLOW
7 . MENU
8 . LEFT / RIGHT / UP / DOWN
9 . ENTER
10 . TTX
11 . REV / RADIO
12 . FWD / EPG
13 . STOP
14 . PLAY
15 . P . P
16 . SLEEP
17 . MODE
18 . AUTO
19 . NUMBER
20 . REPEAT
21 . REC
22 . RETURN
23 . EXIT
24 . PRLIST
25. AUDIO
26 . FAV
27 . NEXT
28 . PREV
29 .
30 . ZOOM
31 . VOL +
32 . VOL 33 . RED
34 . GREEN
35 . BLUE
36 . YELLOW
Remote Control Functions
This table explains the functions of the buttons on the remote control in each mode:
Remote button
DVB
Card & USB
ATV
1
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
2
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
MUTE
3
MUTE
MUTE
MUTE
4
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
5
LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
6
SLOW
7
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
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▲
▲
▲
ENTER
LANGUAGE
SLOW
(video only)
5. Connections
5.1. Installing the base support
Unscrew the oval handle on the ball-joint,
it will split into halves, embrace them on
the top of the base support, then tighten
the oval handle. Slide the metal surface
of the ball-joint into the slot on the back
of the TV, then tighten the wheel screw.
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5.2. Connecting the power supply
8
9
ENTER
ENTER
10
TTX
TELETEXT
11
REV / RADIO
RADIO
REV
12
FWD / EPG
EPG
FWD
PLAY
PLAY
13
STOP
14
PLAY
STOP
15
P. P
P. P
P. P
P. P
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SLEEP
SLEEP
SLEEP
SLEEP
17
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
18
AUTO
AUTO
19
NUMBER ( 0~9 )
NUMBER ( 0~9 )
NUMBER ( 0~9 )
NUMBER ( 0~9 )
20
REPEAT
21
REC
REC
22
RETURN
RETURN
23
EXIT
EXIT
24
PRLIST
PRLIST
25
AUDIO
AUDIO
26
FAV
FAV
27
NEXT
NEXT
28
PREV
PREV
Insert the power supply plug on the AC
adapter to the jack on the TV marked
DC IN + 9V.
5.3. Connecting the earphones
Insert the earphone plug to the jack
on the TV marked earphones.
AUTO
REPEAT
RETURN
EXIT
If earphones are used, sound is only transmitted through the earphones,
and no sound is available from the stereo speakers of the TV.
AUDIO
29
30
ZOOM
ZOOM
ZOOM
31
VOL+
VOL+
VOL+
VOL+
32
VOL-
VOL-
VOL-
VOL-
33
RED
RED
34
GREEN
GREEN
35
BLUE
BLUE
36
YELLOW
YELLOW
Notice
5.4. Connection of AV Output
Connect the yellow port of the AV
cable to video jack, the white port to
the left audio jack and the red port
to the right audio jack, then insert
the AV head into the AV output jack
on the TV.
Notice
The AV output function is only available in DVB-T and Media player
mode.
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6. Digital Freeview TV (DVB-T)
2. If there is no channel saved on the TV,
Channel Organizer can not be accessed,
and it will show “Channel not available”.
When in Digital TV mode, press MENU
and select Digital TV, it gives the following
options: Channel Manager, Installation,
Configuration, Software Upgrade, Factory
Default, and Version Information.
3. Use UP/DOWN to select the channel
you want to edit.
- Press RED to select or cancel a favourite.
- Press GREEN to delete or undelete a
channel.
- Press YELLOW to set or cancel a
channel's position change.
- Press BLUE to lock or unlock a channel,
it will ask you to enter the password, the
system default password is 0000.
6.1 Channel Manager
Channel Manager allows the user to sort,
edit, delete, and classify the channels.
4. To change the channel name, use
UP/DOWN to select the channel line,
press LEFT/RIGHT to enter the page to
change the name, press RED/GREEN
/YELLOW/BLUE to edit the name.
2. If there is no channel saved on the TV,
Channel Sorting can not be accessed,
and it will show “Channel not available”.
3. Use UP/DOWN to select the channel,
and then select the category by pressing
the numbers (1-8).
3. Press UP/DOWN to select:
①First Option: Area, press RIGHT to
enter the area list, use UP/DOWN to
select, press ENTER to confirm.
4. After setting, press EXIT, it will show
“Successfully updated”.
②Second Option: Sorting rules, press
RIGHT to enter the rule list, use UP
/DOWN to select, press ENTER to confirm.
6.1.4 Edit Channels
It allows the user to add and edit channels.
1. Edit Channels can be accessed by
selecting MENU-> Digital TV->
Channel Manager-> Edit Channels.
4. Sorting rules can be selected by pressing
RIGHT/UP/DOWN/LEFT.
5. After sorting rules is selected, press
ENTER to confirm, it will ask “Are you
sure?”, select “Yes” to confirm and to
proceed the sorting, or select “No” to cancel.
2. If there is no channel saved on the TV,
Edit Channels can not be accessed, and it
will show “Channel not available”.
3. To add a new channel, press RED, and
then press UP/DOWN to select between
the 6 parameters as shown:
In Digital TV mode, select Channel
Manager, press ENTER for the submenus.
6.1.1 Channel Organizer
Channel organizer is used to set favourite
channels, change channel positions, lock
and delete channels, and edit channel's name.
1. Channel Organizer can be accessed by
selecting MENU -> Digital TV ->
Channel Manager -> Channel Organizer.
5. Press EXIT or MENU to exit Channel
Organizer.
6. Press EXIT or MENU to exit Channel
Organizer.
6.1.2 Channel Sorting
It allows the user to sort the channels by
area, alphabetically or by number sequence.
1. Channel Sorting can be accessed by
selecting MENU-> Digital TV->
Channel Manager->Channel Sorting.
6.1.3 Channel Grouping
It allows the user to sort channels into 8
different categories: News, Science, Sports,
Movie, Kids, Music, Fashion and None.
1. Channel Sorting can be accessed by
selecting MENU-> Digital TV->
Channel Manager->Channel Grouping.
2. If there is no channel saved on the TV,
Channel Grouping can not be accessed,
and it will show “Channel not available”.
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①Area Name: press RIGHT to enter the
area list, use UP/DOWN to select, press
ENTER to confirm.
②Carrier: press RIGHT to enter the
carrier list, use UP/DOWN to select,
press ENTER to confirm.
③Channel Name: press RIGHT to enter
the edit page, use RED/GREEN
/YELLOW/BLUE to edit, press ENTER
to confirm.
④Audio PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
⑤Video PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
⑥PCR PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
⑦Once finish the settings, press ENTER
to confirm, it will show “Successfully
updated” and return to Edit Channels.
⑧During setup, press EXIT at any time
to cancel and exit to Edit Channels.
6.3 Configuration
Configuration menu has the following
options: On Screen Display, TV, System
Setup, Time, Wakeup Timer and Parental
Lock. It can be accessed by selecting
MENU->Digital TV->Configuration.
1. It will ask you to enter the password,
the default one is 0000. After entering
the correct password, it allows you to
select to delete all TV channels or
Radio channels.
2. Use UP/DOWN to select TV channels,
it will ask “ Delete all TV channels?”,
select “Yes” to confirm and proceed
the delete, select “No” to cancel.
3. Use UP/DOWN to select Radio
channels, it will ask “ Delete all Radio
channels?”, select “Yes” to confirm and
proceed the delete, select “No” to cancel.
5. To edit a channel, press YELLOW, and
then press UP/DOWN to select between
the 4 parameters as shown:
①Channel Name: press RIGHT to enter
6.2.1 Auto Search
Select Auto Search, press ENTER, it will
start the search.
6.3.1 OSD (On Screen Display)
Through OSD, you can set the interface
pattern.
After searching, the system will automatically
exit the searching page, save program
information and return to Installation menu,
press EXIT or MENU to exit.
6.2.2 Manual Search
If you know a channel's broadcasting
frequency and bandwidth, using manual
search to find the channel can be quicker.
the edit page, use RED/GREEN/
YELLOW/BLUE to edit, press ENTER
to confirm.
②Audio PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
③Video PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
④PCR PID: can be changed by pressing
the numbers.
⑤Once finish the settings, press ENTER
to confirm, it will show “Successfully
updated” and return to Edit Channels.
⑥During setup, press EXIT at any time to
cancel and exit to Edit Channels.
Left of the menu lists all the options under
OSD. Press UP/DOWN to select an option.
1. OSD: supports 5 menu patterns, press
LEFT/RIGHT to select between Theme1-5.
2. OSD Timeout: sets the display time of an
information dialog window, press
LEFT/RIGHT to select between 1-6
seconds, the system default is 3seconds.
3. OSD Trans: sets the diaphaneity of the
menu, press LEFT/RIGHT to adjust from
0%-60%.
4. OSD Language: the system supports
multi-language user interface, press RIGHT
to enter the language list, use UP/DOWN
to select, press ENTER to confirm.
Select Manual Search, press ENTER, it will
ask you to provide two parameters:
6.2 Installation
Installation is for searching TV and Radio
channels, it can be accessed by selecting
MENU-> Digital TV-> Installation.
①Freq (KHz): scanning frequency, the
default is 474000 KHz, use numbers
or LEFT/RIGHT to change.
②Band Width: use LEFT/RIGHT to select.
6.1.5 Delete All
To delete all the TV and Radio channels,
select MENU-> Digital TV->
Channel Manager-> Delete All.
Pressing ENTER, it gives two search
options: Auto Search and Manual Search.
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After setting, press ENTER to start the search.
After searching, the system will automatically
exit the searching page, save program
information and return to Installation menu,
press EXIT or MENU to exit.
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5. 1st Audio Language: press RIGHT to
enter Audio Language list, use UP/DOWN
to select, press ENTER to confirm.
6. 2nd Audio Language: press RIGHT to
enter Audio Language list, use UP/DOWN
to select, press ENTER to confirm.
7. After setting, press ENTER confirm, press
EXIT or MENU to exit the setup, it will
show “Successfully updated”.
5. Contrast: press RIGHT to enter the list,
use UP/DOWN to select, press ENTER
to confirm, press ENTER again to exit
the setting, or press UP/DOWN to select
another option.
6.3.2 TV
This option allows the users to set their
preferred TV output settings.
8. After setting, press ENTER, EXIT or
MENU to exit the setup, it will show
“Successfully updated”.
Press ENTER to confirm, press EXIT or
MENU to exit the setup, it will show
“Successfully updated”.
6.3.3 System Setup
6.3.5 Wakeup Timer
This option allows you to switch off / on the
device automatically, set a scheduled time
recording, or set a reminder for the program
you do not want to miss.
Press UP/DOWN to select an option, use
LEFT/RIGHT to change the settings.
After setting, press ENTER, EXIT or MENU
to exit the setup, it will show “Successfully
updated”.
6.3.4 Time
Left of the menu lists all the options. Press
UP/DOWN to select an option.
1. Display Mode: press LEFT/RIGHT to
select between AUTO, PAL, & SECAM,
press ENTER to confirm and exit the
setting. Or press UP/DOWN to select
another option.
2. Aspect Ratio: press LEFT/RIGHT to select
between 16:9, 4:3 Pan Scan, 4:3 Letter
Box, press ENTER to confirm and exit the
setting. Or press UP/DOWN to select
another option.
3. Video Output: press LEFT/RIGHT to
select between S-Video and CVBS, press
ENTER to confirm and exit the setting. Or
press UP/DOWN to select another option.
4. Brightness: press RIGHT to enter the list,
use UP/DOWN to select, press ENTER to
confirm, press ENTER again to exit the
setting, or press UP/DOWN to select
another option.
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1. Timer No.: the number of this Wakeup
Timer setting, use LEFT/RIGHT to change.
2. Timer Mode: use LEFT/RIGHT to select
between Once, Daily, Weekly, Yearly or Off.
6. HUE: press RIGHT to enter the list, use
UP/DOWN to select, press ENTER to
confirm, press ENTER again to exit the
setting, or press UP/DOWN to select
another option.
You can set Timer Mode, Date, Time, GMT
Offset, and Summer Time under Time menu.
There are two Timer modes, one is Auto,
and one is Manual.
7. Saturation: press RIGHT to enter the
list, use UP/DOWN to select, press
ENTER to confirm, press ENTER
again to exit the setting, or press UP
/DOWN to select another option.
You can set Timer Mode, Wakeup Mode,
Wakeup Message, Wakeup Channel, Wakeup
Date, Time, Duration and Partition.
The system default is Auto timer mode,
press UP/DOWN to select Timer Mode or
GMT Offset, use RIGHT/LIFT to change.
3. Wakeup Mode: use LEFT/RIGHT to choose
to show a message, switch to a channel you
want to watch, switch off/on the device or
set a scheduled TV recording.
Please note the device can only be switched
on automatically through Wakeup Timer, after
it was switched off through the Wakeup Timer
last time. The device can also be set to switch
On/Off automatically through the timer
function in Analogue TV mode, for further
details please refer to page 21-22.
In Manual timer mode, press UP/DOWN
to select an option, use RIGHT/LEFT or
numbers to change the Date, Time, GMT
Offset or Summer Time.
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① Wakeup Message: use LEFT/RIGHT to
select between Birthday, Anniversary or
General.
② Wakeup Channel: use LEFT/RIGHT to
select a channel from the channel list.
7.2 Scheduled TV Recording
7. Digital TV Recording
The device supports recording Freeview TV
to an USB memory stick or external hard
drive (FAT32, USB2.0) via the USB port.
4. Wakeup Date: press RIGHT to enter the
Calendar, use UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT
to select a date.
The system default password is 0000.
6.4. Software Upgrade
This function is for manufacturer use only.
5. On Time: use numbers to set the starting time.
6. Duration: use numbers to set how long you
want to watch or record the program.
7. Default Partition: this is for scheduled
recording only, press RIGHT, it will show
“Device List”, if the TV connects to an
USB stick, it only shows one device on the
list, if the TV connects to an external hard
drive which has number of partitions, it
will show the partition list, select the
appropriate, press ENTER, it will ask to
confirm whether to change, if you want to
change, select “Yes” then press ENTER,
otherwise select “No”. It will show “Set
successfully”.
7.1 Real Time TV Recording
6.5 Factory Default
To restore the system configuration to factory
default, press MENU, selectDigital TV->
Factory Default, press ENTER.
It will ask whether you want to perform the
factory default, select [No] to cancel or
select [Yes] to confirm.
After setting, press ENTER to confirm, press
MENU to exit the setup, it will show
“Successfully updated”.
6.3.6 Parental Lock
User can change system password under
this option.
6.6 Version
This provides the hardware, software and
system information.
Enter the old password, if it is correct, the
cursor will move to Enter New Password
option, enter and confirm the new password.
The system will show “Password changed”.
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Before starting the recording, connect an USB
stick or external hard drive, which has
sufficient space left, to the device first.
Press REC on the remote to start the
recording, it will show “REC” on the screen,
press “REC” again to stop the recording, it
will ask “Do you want to stop recording”,
choose “Yes” to stop or “No” to carry on
recording.
Press YELLOW during the recording, it
allows you to set how long you would like
the record to last, press RIGHT to choose:
15 min, 30 min, 45 min, 60 min, 75 min,
90 min, 105 min, 120 min or disable, press
ENTER to confirm and exit.
Press DISPLAY during the recording, it will
show how long the record has been on, the
name of the channel, and how many space
has left on your USB stick or external hard
disk, press DISPLAY again to exit.
The recorded program is saved in a new
folder “PVR” in your USB stick or external
hard driver and is in MPG video format. It
can be viewed by pressing the GREEN
shortcut button or pressing MENU then
selecting Disk Manager.
To set up a recording schedule, please make
sure the device is on digital Freeview TV mode
first. Then press MENU, select Digital TV by
pressing ENTER, select Configuration, and
then select Wakeup Timer. It gives the
following options:
1.Timer No.: the number of this Wakeup Timer
setting, use LEFT or RIGHT to change.
2.Timer Mode: use LEFT or RIGHT to select
between Once, Daily, Weekly, Yearly or Off.
3.Wakeup Mode: select Recorder for scheduled
recording, for the use of other available
functions in this setting, please refer to page 14.
4.Wakeup Channel: use LEFT or RIGHT to
select the channel you want to record.
5.Wakeup Date: press RIGHT to enter the
Calendar, use UP/DOWN/LEFT/ RIGHT to
select a date you want to record the program.
6.On Time: use numbers to set the starting time
of the recording.
7.Duration: use numbers to set how long you
want the record to last.
8.Default Partition: press RIGHT, it will show
“Device List”, if the TV connects to an USB
stick, it only shows one device on the list, if
the TV connects to an external hard disk
which has number of partitions, it will show
the partition list, select the appropriate, press
ENTER, it will ask to confirm whether to
change, if you want to change, select “Yes”
then press ENTER, otherwise select “No”. It
will show “Set successfully”.
9.Press MENU to exit the setting, it will show
“Successfully updated”.
Please note the scheduled recording can only
be activated when the device is ON and is in
the Freeview TV mode.
Press MENU, then select Disk Manger, it
shows all the recorded programs stored in
your USB stick or external hard drive, press
GREEN repeatedly to select Play/Delete One
/ Delete All/ Rename a recorded program,
press ENTER to confirm, press MENU to
exit at any time.
Press BLUE to select partitions on your
external hard drive.
When the recording starts, it will show “REC”
on the screen, when it has finished, the “REC”
will disappear. Press DISPLAY during the
recording, it shows the progress of the
recording, the name of the channel, and how
many space has left on your USB stick or
external hard disk, press DISPLAY again to exit.
The recorded program is saved in a new folder
“PVR” in the USB stick or external hard driver
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and is in MPG video format. It can be viewed
pressing the GREEN shortcut button or pressing
MENU then selecting Disk Manager.
Press MENU, then select Disk Manger, it shows
all the recorded programs stored in your USB
stick or external hard drive, press GREEN
repeatedly to select Play/Delete One/ Delete
All/ Rename a recorded program, press ENTER
to confirm, press MENU to exit at any time.
Press PLAY/PAUSE to start, pause and
resume the play.
Press FWD to search forward at 2, 4, 8 and
20 times of the normal speed.
Press REV to reverse at 2, 4, 8 and 20 times
Press BLUE to select partitions on your external of the normal speed.
hard drive.
Press SLOW to start slow playback at 1/2 or
1/4 times of the normal speed.
8. Card Reader & USB Functions
Press PREV to play the previous movie,
This player has built-in SD/MMC/MS card
press NEXT for the next one.
reader and USB port. It supports the playback
Press REPEAT to choose Repeat Once,
of MP3, JPEG and MPEG4 (AVI) files.
Repeat Directory, Repeat Shuffle, Repeat Off.
Press ZOOM to view the picture at 2, 3, 4,
Insert a SD/MMC/MS card or an USB
1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 times of the normal view.
memory stick to the card slot or USB port
Press STOP and EXIT to exit the playback.
on the player.
Press PLAY/PAUSE to start, pause and
resume the play.
Press FWD to search forward at 2, 4, 8 or
20 times of the normal speed.
Press REV to reverse at 2, 4, 8 or 20 times
of the normal speed.
Press PREV to play the previous music file,
press NEXT for the next one.
Press REPEAT to choose Repeat Once,
Repeat Directory, Repeat Shuffle, Repeat Off.
Press STOP and EXIT to exit the playback.
8.3 Photo
Press MENU, select Photo, press ENTER,
the Photo menu will show:
Press MENU, select Music, press ENTER,
the Music menu will show:
Press MENU, select Movie, press ENTER,
the Movie menu will show:
Use UP/DOWN to select a subtrack.
Use UP/DOWN to select a subtrack.
Use UP/DOWN to select a subtrack.
Press ENTER to view the photo files in the
subtrack.
Press ENTER to view the music files in the
subtrack.
Press ENTER to view the video files in the
subtrack.
Use UP/DOWN to select a movie you want
to watch, press ENTER to confirm.
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Use UP/DOWN to select a file you want to
play, press ENTER to confirm.
Use UP/DOWN to select a file you want to
play, press ENTER to confirm.
Press PREV to play the previous photo,
press NEXT for the next one.
Press RIGHT to rotate clockwise, press
LEFT to rotate anticlockwise.
Press UP for mirror effect, press UP again
to back to normal.
9. Games
Games can be accessed by selecting Menu
->Game-> Native Games.
Press UP/DOWN to select the game you
want to play, press ENTER to confirm.
The games are played using UP/DOWN
/LEFT/RIGHT buttons. To exit the game,
press ENTER to pause, and then select
Exit Game.
8.2 Music
8.1 Movie
Press DOWN for upside down effect,
press DOWN again to back to normal.
Press ZOOM to view the picture at 2, 3,
4, 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 times of the normal view.
Press ENTER for photo slideshow, photos in
the selected folder will show repeatedly.
Press STOP and EXIT to exit the playback.
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11. Analogue TV
10. Screen Setting
Bright
Press
to enter Brightness menu.
Press + or - to adjust.
BRIGHT
50
Press MODE on the remote control to switch to the Analogue TV mode.
Press MENU repeatedly, the following options will show:
PICTURE
VOLUME
OPTION
SYSTEM
PRESET
CLOCK
11.1. Picture
Press UP or DOWN to select between Brightness, Contrast, Colour, and
Language settings.
Contrast
Press
repeatedly to enter Contrast menu.
Press + or - to adjust.
CONTRAST
PICTURE
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
COLOR
ENGLISH
50
Color
Press
repeatedly to enter Colour menu.
Press + or - to adjust.
COLOR
50
50
50
50
/
Select
/ Adjust
Press LEFT or RIGHT to change the setting.
11.2. Volume
Press LEFT or RIGHT to change the volume setting.
Hue(Only in NTSC/SECAM mode)
Press
repeatedly to enter Hue menu.
Press + or - to adjust.
HUE
VOLUME
VOLUME
50
50
/
Volume
Press
repeatedly to enter Volume menu.
Press + or - to adjust.
VOLUME
50
Press
repeatedly to enter Reset menu.
Press + or - to reset the Brightness, Contrast,
Colour, Hue and Volume settings to the
default level 50.
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/
Adjust
11.3. Option
Press UP or DOWN to select between Zoom, Blue Background, Game,
Calendar, picture up down and mirror effect settings.
OPTION
ZOOM
BLUE BACK
GAME
CALENDAR
VERTICAL
HORIZONTAL
Reset
RESET
Select
16:9
ON
/
Select
/
Adjust
Press LEFT or RIGHT to change the setting.
11.4. System
Press UP or DOWN to select between Color-Sys, Sound-Sys, Swap and Copy
settings.
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SYSTEM
COLOR - SYS
SOUND - SYS
SWAP
COPY
AUTO
I
0
0
/
Select
/
Adjust
Color-Sys: Press LEFT or RIGHT to select between AUTO, PAL, and SECAM.
Sound-Sys : Press LEFT or RIGHT to select between I, L, BG, and DK.
UK customer please set the sound system to I.
Swap: Use LEFT, RIGHT, UP or DOWN to swap channel positions.
Copy: Use LEFT, RIGHT, UP or DOWN to copy and change channels.
11.5. Preset
Press UP or DOWN to select between Auto Search, Search, Fine Tune, Band,
Position and Skip settings.
PRESET
AUTO - SEARCH
SEARCH
FINE TUNE
BAND
POSITION
SKIP
1. Auto Search Start from Program No .0.
2. When the signal is received under Manual Search, the indication
frequency will stop, which is the optimum position for signal storage.
If the signal is too weak, the system will automatically identify it as no
signal.
3. In the case of a picture without sound, please check the Sound System
for correct setup first.
4. If the input signal is not strong enough, please adjust “Fine” option, it
may improve the picture and sound quality.
VHFL
0
ON
/
Select
/
Adjust
Press LEFT or RIGHT to change the setting.
11.6. Clock
Press UP or DOWN to select between Sleep, Time, Off-Time, and On-Time
settings.
CLOCK
SLEEP
TIME
OFF - TIME
ON - TIME
Time: Press LEFT to change the hours, press RIGHT to change the minutes.
Off-Time: The unit can be set to turn off automatically, press LEFT to change
the hours, press RIGHT to change the minutes.
On-Time: The unit can be set to turn on automatically, press LEFT to change
the hours, press RIGHT to change the minutes.
If the signal is too weak, the image will remain poor whatever you do, and
may output loud noises, shaking images and inferior sound etc., which is
not the TV's fault. If the image remains poor when using the telescopic
antenna, please try to use a roof top aerial or an amplified external antenna.
0
:
:
:
/
Select
/ Adjust
Sleep: The unit can be set to turn off automatically after certain time, press
LEFT or RIGHT to select from 0 to up to 240 minutes maximum with 10
minutes intervals.
CLOCK
SLEEP
TIME
OFF - TIME
ON - TIME
: Adjust hour
0
:
:
:
: Adjust minute
/
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: Select items to be setup
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13. Troubleshooting
12.Battery Charging
Problems listed below do not necessarily signify a fault with the unit.
Please check this list before requesting repairs.
This unit has a built-in rechargeable battery. Fully charge the battery
before using the device for the first time.
To run the unit off mains power and/or charge the battery, connect the
supplied AC adaptor to the socket marked"+9V DC IN"and switch
on the power at the wall.
To run the unit off a car cigarette lighter, connect the car adaptor to the
lighter socket and the socket marked"+9V DC IN".
The charge indicator (marked"CHG")will turn red,indicating that
the battery is charging.
When the indicator turns green, the battery is full.
To run the unit from the battery,make sure any power adaptors are
disconnected.
Fully charge the battery when it will not be used for an extended
period of time.
Switching off the device while charging the battery can shorten the
charging time and extend the life of the battery.
1. Use only the supplied power adaptors with this device. Failure to do so
can cause damage to the device and risk personal injury.
2. Do not attempt to repair or replace the battery by yourself, as this will
invalidate the warranty. Any repairs must be carried by either the
manufacturer or their nominated service centre. Parts inside this device
are subject to high voltage.
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Problems
Possible Causes and Solutions
No picture and no sound
Check the connection with the AC adaptor/Car adaptor.
Use of an unauthorized power supply.
Power switch on the side of the TV is off.
TV is on standby as it was switched off by pressing the
POWER on remote.
No image
Check the channel selection. Scan for channels again.
Always rescan for channels in new locations. Ensure
video settings are correct.
No sound
Check the sound volume. If you are using earphones,
test them on another item. Check that the cable is plugged
in. Sound System is not correctly set in Analogue TV mode.
Picture freezing, and/or
sound distorting
Signal too weak, please check the aerial. Try to use a
proper roof top aerial or an amplified aerial.
No signal
Signal too weak, please check the aerial. Try to use a
proper roof top aerial or an amplified aerial.
Dark Picture
Please adjust Brightness and/or Contrast settings.
Snowstorm
Motors/Trains/High Voltage Lines and Neon Lights may
affect the signal.
Achromatic/Flashing/No Colour
Please adjust the Colour Setting.
Color-Sys is not correctly set in Analogue TV mode.
No user serviceable components are fitted inside this TV. Do not attempt
any repairs, as this will invalidate the warranty. Any repairs must be carried
out by either the manufacturer or their nominated service centre. Parts
inside this set are subject to high voltage.
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14. Specifications
LCD Display
Warranty
Screen Size: 7 Inch
Resolution: 480 x 234 pixels
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 200 cd/m 2
Contrast: 150:1
DVB-T Decode Standard
MHEG5
MPEG2 ISO/IEC13818 MPEG2 MP@ML
DVB-T Band Width
6M, 7M ,8M
DVB-T Frequency
VHF: 177.5~226.5 MHz
UHF: 474~858 MHz
Analogue TV Format
PAL-I , DK, BG
SECAM-L, DK
Analogue TV Frequency
VHF: 48.25 ~ 160.25 MHz;
168.25 ~ 456.25 MHz
UHF: 464.25~863.25 MHz
This product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of the original purchase.
In the unlikely event of any defect arising due to faulty materials or workmanship,
the unit will be either replaced or repaired free of charge (where possible) during
this period. An alternative product will be offered in case the product is no longer
available or repairable.
This warranty is subject to the following conditions:
The warranty is only valid within the country where the product is purchased
The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions given in the user's manual.
The product must be used solely for domestic purposes.
The warranty only covers the main unit, and does not cover the accessories.
The warranty does not cover the damage caused by misuse, negligence,
accident and natural disaster.
The warranty will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been
damaged by inexpert repairs. The manufactures disclaim any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
Please consult our customer adviser before returning any product; we are not
responsible for any unexpected product return.
Any faulty product must be kept and returned in the original packaging with
all the accessories and the original copy of the purchase receipt.
The warranty is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal rights.
AV Out
CVBS Output: 1Vp-p/75ohm
System: PAL, NTSC
Antenna Input
Impedance: 75ohm
Card Reader
Support SD, MMC,MS card
USB Port
USB 2.0 host, 5V/600mA
Built-in Speaker
2 x 1 W, 16 ohm
Battery
Lithium-ion rechargeable battery (2200mAh, 7.4V)
Power Adaptor
AC 100~240V 50~60 Hz
DC 9V/1.5A
Power Consumption
< 10 W
Video Format
MPG, DAT, VOB, AVI (MPEG-1,2,4)
Audio Format
MP3, WAV
Photo Format
JPEG
Dimensions
191x143x27.5mm
Net Weight
586g
Note:
Design and specifications of this device are subject to change without notice.
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Please note:
1. A LCD display panel comprises a very large number of pixels and each pixel
contains three sub-pixels - red, green and blue. Due to the complex
manufacturing process, occasional pixel anomalies may occur. Pixel anomalies
cannot be fixed or repaired and can happen at any stage in the LCD's life.
August product should not be deemed as faulty if there are no more than three
bright and dark pixels respectively.
2. Portable TV antennas included in the box are for people to watch Freeview TV
in areas where the signal is strong and there may be difficulty to receive
Freeview TV signal by the included portable antennas in some areas where the
signal is not sufficiently strong. This is due to that the Freeview service in the
UK is yet fully operating. August TVs should not be deemed as faulty if it can
receive Freeview by connected to a proper rooftop aerial.
Customer Service:
Telephone:
Email:
+44 (0) 845 250 0586
service@augustint.com
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