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Saorview TR 112 System information
TR 112
Saorview HD TV Receiver
Part no. 305107
Operating Manual
SAORVIEW offers the best Irish television – free for everyone.
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Operating Manual
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The illustrations and the OSD in this operation manual are for explanation and guidance purposes only.
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The examples used throughout this manual are based on the TR112 Digital Terrestrial Receiver model.
Dear Triax customer
Thank you for purchasing the TRIAX TR112 (Saorview HD TV Receiver).
To ensure safety and many years of trouble-free operation, please read the Important Safety
Precautions carefully before using this product.
Contents
Introduction
Important safety precautions
Remote control unit Receiver (front view)
Receiver (rear view)
Supplied accessories
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Preparation
Inserting the batteries
Using the remote control unit
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Quick guide
Initial installation overview
Before turning on the power
Initial auto installation
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Watching TV
Basic Functions Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Digital Text
Subtitles
Record & Time Shift
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Installation
Auto Search
Manual Search Channel Filter
Channel Management
Channel Manager
Favourites List
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Preference Settings
OSD Language Preferred Subtitle Hard Hearing
Preferred Audio
Multimedia
PVR Config
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System Settings Menu
System Settings Menu
Timers
Child Lock
Date & Time
Active Antenna
Factory Reset
Upgrade
Version
Auto Standby
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AV Settings Contrast
Brightness & Stauration
SPDIF
Aspect Ratio
Video Output
Video Resolution
HDMI Colour Space
HDMI Deep Colour
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Multimedia
Filter Selection Mode
Movie File Browser
Movie Playback
Go To Menu
Music
Photo File Browser
Photo Playback
Photo Thumbnail
Recorder Manager
Rename 27
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Disk Manager
Disk Manager Browser
Rename
Move / Copy
E-Book Browser
E-Book Menu
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Software Upgrade
USB Upgrade
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Triax TR112 Specification
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PIN Code Reminder
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Appendix
Trademarks
Troubleshooting
End of Life Disposal
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Terms of Guarantee
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Declaration of Conformity
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Introduction
Important Safety Precautions
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Cleaning - Unplug the AC power adapter from the AC outlet before cleaning the product.
Use a damp cloth to clean the product. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
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Use a soft damp cloth to gently wipe the product when it is dirty. To protect the product,
do not use a chemical cloth to clean it. Chemicals may cause damage or cracks in the casing
of the product.
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Water and moisture - Do not expose the unit to wet or damp conditions.
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Do not place vases or any other water-filled containers on this product.
The water may spill onto the product causing fire or electric shock.
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Ventilation - The vents and other openings in the casing are designed for ventilation.
Do not cover or block these vents and openings since insufficient ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten the life of the product. Do not place the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar
surface, since they can block ventilation openings. This product is not designed for built-in
installation; do not place the product in an enclosed place such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions are followed.
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Heat sources - Keep the product away from heat sources such as direct sunlight, radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating products (including amplifiers).
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To prevent fire, never place any type of candle or naked flames on the top or near the product.
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The product uses power even in Standby. Unplug the product from the AC outlet when you are not using it.
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Servicing - Do not attempt to service the product yourself. Removing covers can expose you to electric shock and other dangerous conditions. Maintenance should be performed by a suitably qualified person.
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Introduction
Remote Control Unit
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TXT
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STANDBY
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TV / RADIO
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NUMBER PAD
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MENU
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EXIT
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Go To
Displays digital text
Switch between standby and on
Select between TV and radio channels
Select the channel number directly by entering
its number. Set the page in digital text mode
Exit on-screen display
NAVIGATION  (Cursor)
ENTER
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Displays Go To menu in multimedia mode
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“MENU” screen on/off
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Move up/down/left/right in menus and on
screen displays
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Confirm selection in menu/on-screen display
COLOURED BUTTONS
For interactive use, navigating menus and multimedia functions
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10 PLAYBACK CONTROLS
For multimedia functions
11 CH+ / CH
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Select the channel (Up/Down)
12 VOL + / Increase/decrease the volume
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13 SUB
Switch subtitles on/off
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MEDIA
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Enter multimedia functions when a USB or external
Hard Disk Drive is connected to the receiver
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15 PAGE UP / PAGE DOWN
Move one page at a time when in menu screens
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MUTE
Volume on/off
17 EPG
Display the Electronic Programme Guide
18 FAV
Display favourite lists
19 INFO
Displays channel information
20 RECALL
Displays last channel and for multimedia functions
21 REC
Use to record a programme in multimedia mode
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AUDIO
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AD
Select audio mode
Switch audio description on/off where applicable
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Introduction
Receiver (Front View)
STANDBY BUTTON
CHANNEL DOWN
CHANNEL UP
Receiver (Rear View)
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DVB-T Antenna In
DVB-T Loopthrough
SPDIF Optical Output
HDMI Output
USB
TV (SCART)
DC Power Socket
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Introduction
Supplied Accessories
Remote Control Unit (x1)
HDMI Cable (x1)
Power Adaptor (x1)
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TR112 Operating Manual
AAA Batteries (x2)
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Preparation
Inserting the batteries
Before using the Receiver for the first time, insert the two supplied “AAA” size zinc-carbon batteries.
When the batteries become depleted and the remote control unit fails to operate, replace the batteries
with new “AAA” size batteries.
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Close the battery cover.
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Open the battery cover.
Insert the two supplied “AAA” size zinc-carbon batteries.
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Place batteries with their terminals corresponding to the
(+) and (-) indications in the battery compartment.
CAUTION
Improper use of batteries can result in chemical leakage or explosion.
Be sure to follow the instructions below.
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Do not mix batteries of different types. Different types of batteries have different characteristics.
Do not mix old and new batteries. Mixing old and new batteries can shorten the life of new batteries or cause chemical leakage in old batteries.
Remove batteries as soon as they have worn out. Chemicals that leak from batteries can cause skin irritation.
If you find any chemical leakage, wipe thoroughly with a cloth.
If you will not be using the remote control unit for an extended period of time, remove the batteries from it.
When replacing the batteries, use zinc-carbon batteries instead of alkaline ones.
Note on disposing batteries:
The batteries provided contain no harmful materials such as cadmium, lead or mercury.
Regulations concerning used batteries stipulate that batteries may no longer be thrown out with the household rubbish
Deposit any used batteries free of charge into the designated collection containers set up at your local recycling centre.
Using the remote control unit
Use the remote control unit by pointing it towards the front of the Receiver.
Objects between the remote control unit and sensor may prevent proper operation.
Cautions regarding the remote control unit
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Do not expose the remote control unit to shock. In addition, do not expose the remote control unit to liquids
and do not place in an area with high humidity.
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Do not place the remote control unit under direct sunlight. The heat may cause deformation of the unit.
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The remote control unit may not work properly if the remotecontrol sensor of the Receiver is under direct
sunlight or strong lighting. In such cases, change the angle of the lighting or the Receiver, or operate the remote control unit closer to the remote control sensor.
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Quick Guide
Initial installation overview
Follow the steps below one by one when using the Receiver for the first time
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Preparation
Run the
RF in
1 Turn on the standy button on the Receiver (Page 10)
1 Congratulations!
You can now watch TV
2 Run the first time installation (Page 9)
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Ensure the antenna
is connected
RF out
Connect the Receiver
to your TV using the supplied HDMI cable (Page 9)
USB
OPTICAL
SPDIF
HDMI
Highlight Start Search
Press ENTER to continue
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HDMI
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Watch TV
Initial Settings
1 Connect the antenna cable to the RF IN terminal (Page 9)
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2-CH AUDIO OUT
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Start Searching Channels
Connect the power adapter to the Receiver and switch socket on. (Page 9)
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If neccessary, adjust
the antenna to attain
maximum signal reception
Quick Guide
Before turning on the power
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Connect the antenna (IEC 169-2) coaxial plug to RF IN.
Use CAI Benchmarked 75 ohm coaxial cable such as Triax TX100
Connect the HDMI™ cable
Connect the power adaptor and switch socket on
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Initial auto installation
When the Receiver is powered on for the first time, the First Time Installation screen appears.
Follow the on-screen instructions to search for all available channels.
Confirm the following before turning on the power
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Is the antenna cable connected?
Is the power adapter connected and plugged in?
Is the HDMI™ cable connected between the receiver and your TV?
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Ensure the antenna cable is connected before switching on.
Press the key on the Receiver or Remote Control.
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The First Time Installation screen is displayed.
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The Receiver will search for, sort and store all receivable channels.
Highlight Start Search, and press ENTER to start the channel search.
NOTE
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After the First Time Installation has been completed,
the default PIN is automatically set to ‘0000’.
To change the PIN setting, refer to Page 23.
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Watching TV
The user can select the OSD Language, Country,
Time Zone, Active Antenna and LCN from this
menu.
Press “Start Search” to search channels as
shown below:
Getting Started
Connect the Aerial to RF In and connect the
External Power Supply to the DC Input. Connect
the HDMI or SCART output to the TV.
Initial Power Up - Power On/Off
When in “Standby” mode, press the key on the
remote control to switch on the receiver. Pressing
the key again will put the receiver back in to
“standby” mode.
First Time Installation
On initial power up, the screen below will be
displayed indicating there are no channels stored.
Volume Adjustment and Mute
Press “Vol +/-” to adjust the volume when the
system is in normal playing mode; A volume bar
is displayed
Press “Mute” to disable the sound, pressing
“Mute” again will enable the sound.
Changing Channels
Press “CH+/-” to switch to the previous or next
programme in the channel list.
Alternatively press the number keys to input the
programme number directly.
The initial installation screen shows several basic
set-up parameters, as shown below
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Basic Functions
Quick Channel
Audio Language Key and
L/R Channel Key
Press “ENTER” to display the Quick Channel
Programme List. Press “LEFT/RIGHT” to select
the channel categories. Press “UP/DOWN” to
select the desired programme.
Press the “AUDIO” key to switch the audio
language of the current programme and switch
between
stereo  left right  (stereo  left channel 
right channel)
Press “ENTER” to select channel. If there are
favourite channels set up, press ‘ENTER’ then the
‘Left/Right’ key to select the required ‘FAV’ list.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch between stereo
 left right  (stereo  left channel  right
channel).
Press “UP/DOWN” to select the required
channels, Press “ENTER” to confirm the
selection.
Press UP/DOWN to switch the audio language.
Programme Information
Press “ENTER” to confirm the selection and
return to normal play mode.
Press the “i” key twice to show information on the
current programme.
Press the “EXIT”key to return to the previous
selected channel.
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Electronic Programme Guide
Entering the EPG
You can press the “EPG” key on the remote
control to enter into the EPG page. As shown
below:
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Press the “YELLOW” & “BLUE” key to switch
between days in Tab 3
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Press “UP/DOWN” key to move upward and
downwards to switch between the different
programmes in Tab 5
Press “LEFT/RIGHT” key to view the programme
information in different time ranges in Tab 6.
Enter the EPG menu, “Weekly” mode, (7 Day
EPG), is the default setting, this menu has 7
parts:
Tab 1
Tab 2 Tab 3 Tab 4 Tab 5
Tab 6
Tab 7 When a programme is selected, press the “i” key
to select the detailed information corresponding
to the current program, as shown below.
shows the title
shows the time and date
shows selected date
shows programme list, press “UP/
DOWN” to switch between programmes
shows the time range and programme information
shows detailed programme information from Tab 5
shows information for keys, corresponding to the coloured keys on the remote control
Press “LEFT/RIGHT” to switch between
programmes in the list
When a programme is selected in Tab 5,
press the green key to set a timer to book the
programme, as shown in the diagram overleaf:
Press the “RED” key to enter into DAILY/
WEEKLY” mode which displays the channels and
programme information in different time ranges,
as shown in the picture.
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Subtitles
Default subtitle setting is off. To switch on
subtitles, press the “SUB” key on the remote
control to enter the subtitle menu of the current
programme, as shown in the picture below:
Press “EXIT” to leave the EPG
Digital Text
Some channels are broadcast with digital
text which contains pages of information and
entertainment. News, weather, sports information,
stock exchange prices and programme previews
are among the many services.
Press the “UP/DOWN” key to choose the
required language. Press ‘ENTER’ to leave the
menu.
Record & Time Shift*
Accessing digital text
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Select a channel which broadcasts digital text.
Press
or the
button.
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Not all channels broadcast digital text.
You may not be able to receive digital text if you have a poor quality signal.
At playback screen press “REC” key to start
recording, the system will take approximately 3
seconds to initialise. This is shown below:
Buttons for digital text operation
Buttons
Description
///
Navigate the digital text index
page and menu system
Coloured
Buttons
Access digital text shortcuts.
These are often displayed on
the bottom of the page
Numeric
Buttons 0-9
Directly select a page
EXIT / TEXT
Exit digital text
*In order to use these features an external USB
memory device must be connected.
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When a recording has been initialised, the LED on
the front panel will flash slowly between red and
blue. This shows the current programme is being
recorded. Pressing “i” displays the information on
the current recording.
If there is insufficient memory space while
recording, the system will show a prompt
message, stop recording and resume normal
playback mode.
If a recording fails due to memory storage
problems, the system will show a prompt
message and try again.
Pressing the stop key while recording, will prompt
a ‘Confirm Stop Rec’ message and resume normal
playback.
During recording, you can also operate the
Menu, EPG, TTX, Subtitle and so on, as if in
normal playback mode.
Time Shift Mode
Time Shift Mode is only available when an
external memory device is connected to the
receiver.
When recording, you can also use the “REC” key
to set a timer to stop recording, pressing “REC”
again allows you to reset the timer.
(1) In time shift mode, you can pause a live
programme.
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Installation
(2) Pressing the “PAUSE” key will start the time
shift mode. The “Time Shift” icon will be shown
on the screen this operation is available:
Installation
There are two kinds of Installation modes these
are outlined below:
(a) In normal playback mode, when time shift is
set to Auto or Pause within the PVR Config Menu.
(1) Auto Search
(b) In recording mode.
(2) Manual Search
(3) Pressing the “<<” key when in time shift mode,
will fast rewind the programme. This operation
is available :
You select the “Installation menu” from the “Main
Menu”. A PIN Number is required. (default PIN
is 0000)
(a) In normal playback mode, when time shift is
set to Auto or Pause within the PVR Config
Menu.
(b) In recording mode.
(4) In time shift mode, when the “STOP” key is
pressed, it will exit time shift mode and return to
playing the live programme. Any recording will
continue to record as normal.
(5) In time shift mode, Fast Forward will catch
up with the live programme, when the time
shift catches up with the live programme, it
automatically exits time shift mode, and returns to
the current program. Any recording being made
will carry on as normal.
Auto Search
Auto Search is an intelligent and convenient
mode of programs searching. It searches all
frequencies within countries of region.
Countries include Ireland/UK/Germany/Italy/
France/Spain/Holland/Taiwan/China/Norway/
Finland, etc. Select “Auto Search”, then press
the “ENTER” key to start the “Auto Search”.
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After selecting the “Auto Search” page, the
receiver will scan all frequencies one by one for
the selected country.
To carry out a manual search, you need to
configure the relevant parameters including:
(1) Frequency (kHz): The default frequency
depends on the selected country, you can input
relevant information to modify it.
During scanning, you can press the “EXIT” key to
stop the scanning process and exit.
If any programmes are detected and the scanning
process has finished the system will exit the
scanning page, save the programmes and return
to the “installation menu”, this is shown below:
(2) Bandwidth: The default value of bandwidth
depends on the selected country. It can be set to
6 MHz,7 MHz, or 8 MHz.
(3) Press the “ENTER” key after configuration to
start manual scan.
(4) Press the ‘EXIT’ key to return to normal
viewing.
Channel Filter
A scan of all channels or free to air only channels
can be selected, this is illustrated in the picture
below:
Manual Search
If you know the frequency of the channels, or
if you want to scan a channel at a particular
frequency, you can select manual search.
Move the cursor to “Manual Search” using the
“UP/DOWN” key when in the “installation menu”,
press “ENTER” to select the manual search page,
this is shown in the picture below:
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The channel organiser menu includes: Delete
Channel, Skip Channel, Lock Channel and
Channel Rename.
Channel Management
Channel management features include channel
deleting, marking, moving, locking, renaming and
grouping.
Press the “UP/DOWN” key to choose the
channel, then press the 4-colour keys on the
remote control. Press the RED key to Set and
Cancel Channel Lock. The GREEN key to Set or
Cancel Delete Channel. The YELLOW key to Set
or Cancel Skip Channel. The BLUE key to Set or
Cancel Rename Channel; After setting, A typical
screen is shown below.
There are two independant pages for channel
management, TV and RADIO, this is illustrated
below:
Channel Manager
To rename a channel, press the “UP/DOWN” key
to choose the channel to be renamed. Press the
BLUE key to enter the channel rename page.
This is shown below:
The channel manager page includes channel
deleting, moving, locking and renaming of
channels. You can enter the page as shown
below, by using the “MENU > channel > channel
manager on the remote control.
Press the BLUE key again to exit the channel
rename page.
If there are no channels saved a channel not
available will be displayed, and it will not enter
into the channel organiser page.
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When the Favourite Lists have been set up,
they are accessed by pressing the ‘FAV’ key on
the Remote Control. Once a Favourite List is
displayed, use the ‘Left and Right’ keys on the
Remote Control to select the desired list.
To Set or Cancel Lock Program, the system
will prompt you to input your password (default
“0000”). You will be asked to confirm the change,
press ‘ENTER’.
To Delete a programme, the system will show
a dialogue box “Delete Selected Channels?”,
press the ‘LEFT/RIGHT’ keys and select “YES” to
confirm delete of the chosen channel select “NO”
to Cancel.
Press the “EXIT” key to exit the Channel Manager
menu and save the edited results.
Favourites List
Enter the page as shown in the figure below via
“Main Menu > Channel > Favourite List
If there are no channels saved a dialogue box
prompting favourite channel not available will be
displayed and it will not enter into the channel
grouping page.
Press UP/DOWN key to choose the channel to
be grouped, then press the coloured keys on the
remote control to set different channel grouping.
After a channel is edited, the EXIT key is pressed
to exit from the menu, if any channels have been
edited, the system will carry out favourite list
update, displaying “Data Saving” message on the
screen.
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Preference Settings
The receiver can be configured according to the
user preferences, by pressing MAIN MENU >
PREFERENCE.
(3) Press the ENTER key to confirm the selected
language, the setting is then activated and the
OSD language changes to the chosen language.
This is shown below:
Preferred Subtitle
(1) You can set the subtitle language to your
preferred language type. These include English,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,
Danish, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Greek,
Russian, Welsh, or Gaelic.
OSD Language
OSD Language option: The user interface
supports several languages, you can set the
language via the OSD language option.
(1) Move the cursor onto the language option,
press RIGHT key to enter the OSD language list.
is shown below:
(2) When the preferred subtitle has been
selected, it will display the selected subtitles
automatically while the stream has the suited
subtitle.
(3) The user can set another subtitle language in
the 2nd preferred subtitle field
Hard Hearing
Enables/Disables the “Hearing Impaired
Feature”.
(2) Press the UP/DOWN key to choose the
required language
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Preferred Audio
PVR Config
(1) Sets the preferred audio to “English,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,
Danish,Czech, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Greek,
Russian, Welsh, or Gaelic”.
You can enter the PVR Configuration page
(as shown in the picture below) via “Menu >
Preference > PVR Config”, this menu contains
six options as follows:
(2) 1st preferred audio option: Press the RIGHT
key to enter the currently supported audio
language list. In the audio language list, press
UP/DOWN key to choose the required language,
press the ENTER key to confirm.
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PVR File Format
File Size
Preferred Storage
Timeshift
Time Shift Length
Timeshift to Record
(3) 2nd preferred audio option: Press the RIGHT
key to enter the currently supported audio
language list. In the audio language list, press
UP/DOWN key to choose the required language,
press the ENTER key to confirm.
Multimedia
If used in Media mode, you can configure the
setting according to your own preference, This is
shown below:
PVR Config Setting Page
(1) PVR File Format:
You can select either, TS/PS, to set the format
of the file to be stored; if TS mode is selected,
related psi/si table information in code stream
can be recorded during the programme, if PS
mode is selected, AV data is recorded only.
(2) File Size:
You can select from 4G/3G/2G/1G. This sets the
size of the file to be recorded; if the size of the
file exceeds the setting size during the recording
of the programme, the recording will divide the
file into separate files with the set sizes.
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(3) Preferred Storage:
Sets the USB as storage.
(4) Timeshift:
Any of options, AUTO/OFF/ PAUSE, can be
selected to set the status of the current timeshift,
if AUTO is selected, the timeshift operation will
perform automatically in the background, the
user can change channel but this discards the
previous timeshift buffer and restarts a new one;
if OFF is selected, the timeshift operation will
stop; if PAUSE is selected, the timeshift operation
will manually start by pressing the Pause key.
The screen freezes at once, it can be resumed
by pressing the Play key. During timeshift you
can only select another channel within the same
multiplex. The timeshift buffer only records the
first channel; and if the preceding three options
are changed when AUTO is selected, timeshift will
restart.
(5) Timeshift Length:
The options, AUTO/30min/1h/2h, can be selected
to set the duration of the timeshift; if AUTO is
selected, the duration of the timeshift is dependant
on the available size of the USB memory. If any of
the options, 30min/1h/2h, are selected, the usable
duration of the timeshift is 30min/1h/2h provided
that the USB memory is big enough, where by, the
usable duration of the timeshift is dependant on
the available USB memory.
(6) Timeshift to Record:
Either of options, ON/OFF, can be selected. If
ON is selected, timeshift operation will stop and
the recorded file buffered by the timeshift will be
stored in USB memory; if OFF is selected, timeshift
will operate continuously and the recorded file
buffered by the timeshift will not be stored in USB
memory.
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System Settings Menu
In the Timer Edit menu, the system can support
up to 10 events. Date:Specifies the timer date
System Settings Menu
Programme Name:
Specifies the channel for which the timer is set
The following options can be accessed in the
“System Settings Menu”. To enter this menu
press Main Menu > Settings, then press ‘Enter’
see below:
Start Time:
Specifies the start time of the timer
End Time:
Specifies the end time of the timer
Duration:
Specifies the duration time of the timer
Mode:
Specifies the frequency of the timer, the duration
can be any of the following:
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Timers
If you want to watch a channel at a certain time or
record programmes, reminders can be set in the
Timers menu, This is shown below in the picture.
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Once-timer will be triggered only once.
Daily -timer will be triggered daily at the specified time.
Weekly -timer will be triggered every week at the specified time.
Monthly- timer will be triggered every Month at the specified time.
Type:
Specifies the channel type for which the timer is
set. The user can select the channel, Recorder,
VCR, On and Standby in this option. The user
selects Recorder type, you can Enable or
Disable the following options such as AD
Record.
Provides a list where timers can be added, viewed, edited, or deleted
“Timer Mode” shall list all the timers that are added via the “EPG” as well as the timers that are manually added by the user through the “Timer Menu”
A Maximum of 10 timers can be set.
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Pressing the ENTER key will return the system
to the previous menu. As shown overleaf in the
picture.
Press EXIT’ to resume normal viewing.
Child Lock
The Child Lock Menu allows selected channels to
be locked, as shown below:
(1) Press the 0 - 9 numerical keys on the remote
control to input the Old Password, the system
default password is “0 0 0 0”.
(2) If the password is input correctly, the cursor
will move to Input “New Password” option,
press the 0 - 9 numerical keys on the remote
control to input the new 4-digit password.
(3) You will then be asked to Confirm the New
Password.
Date & Time
(1) Here you can Enable or Disable the system
lock, the parental rating age from 0 - 18 years can
also be set.
The “Time Menu” contains different time
settings. The following menu layout shows the
Time Settings Page:
(2) You can also enter a new password of your
choice, this process is achieved by entering the
old password,and then entering a new one of
your choice. It is recommended that you keep this
password in a safe place. This is shown below.
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If the Time Mode is set to Auto then, Time Zone
and DST shall be active for editing. If the Mode is
Manual these options shall be disabled.
Version
Displays the Receiver Information.
This is shown below.
If the Time Mode is set to Manual then, Date
and Time shall be active for editing. If the Mode is
“Auto” these options shall be disabled.
Active Antenna
In ‘MAIN MENU > INSTALLATION’, the Active
Antenna option allows the 5V antenna powering
on the RF Input to be Enabled or Disabled.
Factory Reset
This will restore all “Default Settings” The system
will prompt the user to input a password (default
“0 0 0 0 “) to activate “Factory Reset”.
This shows the system information, including the
H/W Version, S/W Version, F/W Version, Build
Date and Time. Press the BACK key to return to
the previous menu.
Auto Standby
Enables/Disables the “Auto Standby”. The user
can select 1 Hr, 2Hrs or 3 Hrs, (Default setting
is 3 Hrs). If the receiver receives no commands,
either from the Remote Control or Front Panel
buttons, for the set time, the receiver will
automatically enter standby. This feature can be
disabled, in the menu, if required.
Upgrade
Refer to SOFTWARE UPGRADE Section on page
41 for details.
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AV Settings
To enter this menu, press ‘MAIN MENU > AV’,
then press ‘ENTER’.
Brightness & Saturation
The AV setup menu is shown in the picture below
To adjust the Brightness and Saturation settings,
follow the same process as for the Contrast
setting above.
SPDIF
This setting is used to select AVC Mode - Mute,
PCM and Bitstream.
Aspect Ratio
The Aspect Ratio settings are used to select
the video output mode in order to match the
receiving equipment.
Contrast
Select the Aspect Ratio option, press ENTER to
select.
Press the UP/DOWN key to toggle between
options;
Aspect Ratio can be set as 16: 9, 4: 3 PanScan,
4: 3 LetterBox,16:9 PanScan
You can set the system Contrast by using the
Contrast option.
(1) To select the Contrast option, press the RIGHT
key to move the cursor into the properties list,
press “ENTER” to select contrast menu. Press
LEFT/RIGHT to adjust the contrast. As shown
below:
Press ENTER to save the setting
(2) The Contrast can be set from 0 to 24.
(3) The default Contrast setting is 12.
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Video Output
HDMI Colour Space
This allows the user to change the video output
mode. You can adjust the settings to suit the
receiving equipment.
HDMI Colour Space changes the HDMI Output
Mode. You can adjust the settings to suit the
receiving equipment.
Select Video Output, press the ENTER key to
select.
Press the UP/DOWN key to toggle between
options;
Video Output can be set as RGB, YUV, S-Video;
Default: Scart RGB
Press ENTER to save the setting;
Select the HDMI Colour Space, press the ENTER
key to select,
Press the UP/DOWN key to toggle between
settings.
The Output mode can be set as YCbCr 4:4:4,
xvColor, RGB, YCbCr 4:2:2.
Default: RGB;
Video Resolution
Press ENTER to save the setting;
Video Resolution mode changes the Resolution
of the video output. You can adjust the settings to
suit the receiving equipment.
HDMI Deep Colour
HDMI Deep Colour changes the HDMI Output
mode. You can adjust the settings to suit the
receiving equipment.
Select the Video Resolution, press the ENTER
key to select. Press the UP/DOWN key to toggle
between settings.
The Video Resolution can be set as:
Select HDMI Deep Colour, press the ENTER key
to select.
576i_25,720p_50,1080i_25,1080p_50,576p_50;
Press the UP/DOWN key to toggle between
settings.
Default: 720p_50.
Press ENTER to save the setting.
The Output can be set as 12 Bits, 8 Bits or 10
Bits. Default: 8 Bits.
Press ENTER to save the settings.
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Multi Media
Multimedia - Filter Selection Mode Icons
The Triax TR 112 has a USB Interface. This can
be used to connect external equipment such as
Memory Devices, Media Players and can also be
used for system software upgrades. This product
supports MP3, JPEG and MPEG.
To enter the Multimedia Mode press the ‘MEDIA’
key on the Remote Control.
Please note a USB or external hard disk drive
needs to be connected to access the options
on this menu.
Filter Selection Mode
This allows the Filter Mode to be changed from
movie to music or from music to photo etc. For
example if the current filter selection is movie, the
image below shows the Filter Selection Menu.
Changes from filter selection
mode to file list.
KEY_LEFT
Changes the filter selection
mode, for instance from movie
to music, from music to photo
etc.
KEY_RIGHT
The Same as KEY_LEFT
Filter selection mode is”Music”
Filter selection mode is “Photo”
Filter selection mode is ”Recorder Manager”
Filter selection mode is “Disk Manager”
Filter selection mode is”E-book”
This menu helps the user to select and play
a movie from a list that is stored in the USB
device.
Supported file formats are MPG, AVI, VOB, DAT,
ASF, MKV, RM, WMV, TSF, QT. The following
menu shows the “Movie Menu”.
Action
KEY_DOWN
Filter selection mode is “Movie”
Movie File Browser
There are three keys used in this menu.
The following table shows the keys.
Key Stroke
The following table shows all the available filter
selection modes and their corresponding icons.
Press ‘RECALL’ to return to Filter Selection Mode.
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Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Highlights the previous Item
in file list. If it passes the first
item, the last item will be
highlighted.
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next Item in the
file list. If it passes the last
item, the first item will be
highlighted.
KEY_PAGEUP
Moves up the list by one page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Moves down the list by one
page.
KEY_LEFT
If the current file has a parent
folder, pressing this key will
return from the current list to
the parent folder.
KEY_RIGHT
If current highlighted item is a
folder, it enters the folder.
KEY_ENTER
If the highlighted item is a
folder, pressing KEY_ENTER
enters the folder. If it is a file
then pressing the key will play
the selected video.
Movie Playback
The keys for this menu are shown in the table.
Settings are saved when they are changed.
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_RED
Zooms in and out the image.
KEY_PREV
Stops the current movie and
plays the previous movie in
the list.
KEY_RECALL
If the highlighted item is in
the file list, pressing KEY_
RECALL returns to the filter
selection mode. If it is playing
a video, pressing the key
returns to the previous layout .
KEY_NEXT
Stops the current movie and
plays the next movie in the list.
KEY_PLAY
KEY_NUM
If the input number is larger
than the number on the file
list, an incorrect message is
shown.
If the movie is paused, FF, FB,
SF or SB, it will change to play
and show play icon.
KEY_PAUSE
If playing, this key will pause
the movie and show pause
icon.
KEY_STOP
Stops the movie.
KEY_FF
Fast forwards the movie. It
cycles through the sequence
2x->4x->8x->16x->1x, and the
playback mode is displayed in
the upper left corner.
KEY_FR
Fast reverses the movie. It can
cycle through the sequence
2x->4x->8x->16x->1x, and the
playback mode is displayed in
the upper left corner.
KEY_MENU
Toggles between the FILE
BROWSER and MAIN MENU.
KEY_MEDIA
Changes the source to DVB.
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Key Stroke
Action
KEY_SLOW
Slow Replay.
KEY_RECALL
The same as KEY_STOP
KEY_MUTE
Activates the MUTE function Audio goes off.
KEY_VOLUME
Adjusts the volume
KEY_i
Displays information on the
current movie.
KEY_GOTO
The Go To menu is displayed
when this key is pressed.
Go To Menu
The keys in this menu are shown below.
When the video is playing, the following
information is displayed on the OSD:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
File name.
Total time and the current time for the file.
Play state of this video.
Progress bar.
File size and resolution of this video.
Repeat mode such as off/one/dir.
Key Stroke
The information icons shown while video playing
are shown below:
Zooms in and out of the image
Stops the current movie and plays
the previous movie in the list.
Stops the current movie and plays
the next movie in the list.
Play
Pause
Stop
Fast Reverse, (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x).
Fast Forward, (1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x).
Slow replay
Fast replay.
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Action
KEY_UP
Switches between Time edit
mode and time move mode.
KEY_DOWN
The same as KEY_UP.
KEY_LEFT
In time edit mode moves the
highlighted curser or in move
control mode moves the mark.
KEY_RIGHT
The same as KEY_LEFT.
KEY_ENTER
Moves the currently playing
movie to the selected time.
KEY_RECALL
Exits the Go To menu.
KEY_GOTO
Exit from the Go To menu.
Key Stroke
Music
This menu allows the user to select and play a
track from a list of music stored in the storage
device.
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next Item in the
file list. If it passes the last
item, it highlights the first item
in the file list.
KEY_PAGEUP
Moves up the file list by one
page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Moves down the file list by
one page.
KEY_LEFT
If the highlighted file has a
parent folder, it returns from
the current list to the parent
folder.
KEY_RIGHT
If the highlighted file and the
current highlighted item is a
folder, it can be entered into
the folder.
KEY_RECALL
If the highlighted file is in
a file list, pressing KEY_
RECALL returns from the file
list to the filter selection mode.
If a music track is playing,
KEY_RECALL willl stop it.
KEY_PREV
If the highlighted file is music
and the music is playing,
pressing this key stops this
track and plays the previous
track.
KEY_NEXT
If the highlighted file is music
and the music is playing,
pressing this key will stop this
track and plays the next track.
KEY_PLAY
If the music is paused, FF, FB,
SF, SB or stopped, it will start
playing the track and show
play icon. The name of the
current track will be displayed.
KEY_PAUSE
If the music is playing,
pressing this key will pause the
music and the pause icon is
displayed.
KEY_STOP
Stops the music and shows
the stop icon.
KEY_FF
Fast forwards the music. The
FF icon is shown and the
speed, (1x 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x)
shall be displayed.
The following formats are supported WMA, WAV,
DTS, RA and MP3.
The following table shows the Music menu.
The following points explain the Music menu
above.
(1) The file list is the list of folders and music.
(2) (3) On the left of the file list shows the Folder
information and files, for example if filter selection is in music mode, it shows the
equaliser, progress, play state, total time and file size of the selected track.
It is background music, so when music is
playing, the user can change directory or make changes in the filter list to select other
modes such as movie, photo, e-book etc. The keys used in this menu are shown below.
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Action
Highlights the previous Item in
the file list. If it passes the first
item, it highlights the last item
in the file list.
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_FR
Fast reverses the music. The
FR icon is shown and the
speed, (1x 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x)
shall be displayed.
KEY_NUM
Enter the number directly. If the
input number is larger than the
number of file list, an incorrect
message will be shown.
KEY_MENU
File browser menu disappears
and shows the main menu or
main menu disappears and
shows the file browser again.
KEY_MEDIA
Change the source to DVB
Key Stroke
When a music track is playing, the following icons
are displayed:
Stops this track and plays the previous track in the list
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next item in the
file list. If it passes the
last item, it highlights the first
item.
KEY_PAGEUP
Moves up the file list by one
page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Moves down the file list by
one page.
KEY_LEFT
Pressing this key moves from
the current list to the parent
folder.
KEY_RIGHT
If the current highlighted item is
a folder, then pressing this key
enters the folder.
KEY_ENTER
If the highlighted item is a
folder, pressing KEY_ENTER
enters the folder. If it is a file
then pressing the key will show
the selected photo.
KEY_RECALL
In the file list, pressing KEY_
RECALL returns from the file list
to the filter selection mode.
KEY_NUM
Allows a number to be entered
directly. If the input number is
larger than the number in the
file list an incorrect message
will be shown
KEY_MENU
The file browser menu
disappears and the main menu
is shown, OR, vice-versa.
KEY_MEDIA
Changes the media.
KEY_YELLOW
Shows the thumbnail menu.
Stops this track and plays the next track in the list
Play
Pause
Stop
Fast Reverse
Fast Forward
Photo File Browser
This menu contains the Photos that are stored in
the storage device. Supported file formats are
JPG, TIF, PNG, GIF and BMP.
Following menu layout shows the Photo menu.
The keys in this menu are shown in the table
below the image.
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Action
Highlights the previous item in
file list. If it passes the
first item, it highlights the last
item in file list.
When an image is displayed in full screen then
the following keys are active:
Photo Playback
Key Stroke
The Photo Playback Menu shown below shows
the menu available while photographs are being
shown. The images below shows the playback
menu for displaying a single photograph and
setting up a slide show.
KEY_UP
Action
Rotates the image 0 degrees.
KEY_DOWN
Rotates the image 180
degrees.
KEY_LEFT
Rotates the image 270
degrees.
KEY_RIGHT
Rotates the image 90 degrees.
KEY_PREV
Displays the previous image in
the List. If the displayed image
is the first one then the key is
ignored.
KEY_NEXT
Displays the next image in the
List. If the displayed image is
the last one then the key is
ignored.
KEY_i
Displays information on the
photograph, (see images
above).
KEY_PAUSE
Pauses the slide show.
KEY_PLAY
Plays the slide show.
KEY_STOP
Stops the slide show and
returns to the Photo menu
KEY_RECALL
Exits the displayed image and
returns to the Photo menu.
KEY_RED
Zooms in and out of the
image.
The keys for operating Photo Mode are
shown below
Zoom-in / out of a photo (x4)
Closes the current photo and shows the previous
photo in the list
Closes the current photo and shows the next
photo in the list
Selects and shows photo
Pause photo / Slide show
Return to the file list
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Key Stroke
Photo Thumbnail
KEY_UP
This menu displays the thumbnail view for the
photographs stored in the selected folder. The
following table shows the thumbnail menu.
The keys in this menu are shown below:
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Action
Highlights the previous item
in the same column. If the
top KEY_UP of the column
is reached, it highlights the
bottom item in the column.
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next item in the
same column. If the bottom
of KEY_DOWN the column is
reached, it highlights the top
item in the column
KEY_PAGEUP
Moves up the column by one
page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Moves down the column by
one page.
KEY_LEFT
Highlights the item to the left.
KEY_RIGHT
Highlights the item to the right.
KEY_ENTER
If the selected item is a folder.
pressing KEY_ENTER will enter
the folder.
KEY_RECALL
Shows the Photo menu.
KEY_MEDIA
Changes the source to DVB.
KEY_NUM
Allows a number to be entered
directly. If the input number is
larger than the number in the
file list, an incorrect message
will be displayed.
Key Stroke
Recorder Manager
KEY_UP
The picture below shows the Recorder Manager
menu. All recorded programms will appear in this
menu.
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next item in
the file list. If the last item is
reached, it highlights the first
item.
KEY_PAGEUP
This key works in the file list
only, It moves Up the list by
one page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
The same as KEY_PAGEUP,
it only works in the file list. It
moves Down the list by one
page.
KEY_LEFT
Returns from current list to the
parent folder.
KEY_RIGHT
Allows you to enter a folder.
KEY_ENTER
If a folder is selected, pressing
KEY_ENTER enters into the
folder. If it is a file then pressing
the key will play the selected
recorded program.
KEY_RECALL
When in the file list, pressing
KEY_RECALL returns from file
list to the filter selection mode.
If it is playing a recorded
program, pressing the key
returns to “Recorder Manager
Menu.
KEY_RED
If in the root directory, pressing
this key sets a partition. If in
the sub directory pressing it will
delete the selected item.
KEY_GREEN
If in the root directory, pressing
this key formats the card to
FAT32, If in the sub directory
pressing it will rename the
selected item.
KEY_YELLOW
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Action
Highlights the previous item in
the file list. If the first item is
reached, it highlights the last
item in the file list.
If in the root directory, pressing
this key formats the card to
NTFS.
KEY_NUM
Enter a number directly. If the
input number is larger than the
number of file list, incorrect
message will be shown.
KEY_MENU
The File browser menu
disappears and shows the
main menu, or main menu
disappears and shows the file
browser again.
KEY_MEDIA
Change the media to DVB
Rename
The picture below shows the Rename Menu
In this menu the user can change the program’s
name to their own preference.
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Highlights the previous item in
the same column. If the first
item is reached, it highlights
the last item in the same
column.
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next item in the
same column. If the last item
is reached, it highlights the first
item in the same column.
KEY_LEFT
Highlights the next item in the
same row. If the last item is
reached, it highlights the first
item in the same row.
KEY_RIGHT
Highlights the last item in the
same row. If the first item is
reached, it highlights the last
item in the same row.
KEY_MEDIA
Change the media to DVB
KEY_RED
Changes the characters
between capital and lowercase
KEY_GREEN
Enters a space
KEY_YELLOW
Deletes the current character
KEY_BLUE
Confirms the modification
to the name and the menu
returns to Recorder manager
Menu.
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Disk Manager
Key Stroke
Disk Manager Browser
The Disk Manager Menu is like the file browser
menu, the keys work as in the same way but the
function of the four colour keys are different. The
following table shows the functions of the four
coloured keys. The other keys are the same as
those in the file browser menus.
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_RED
Show move/copy menu.
KEY_GREEN
Show rename menu.
KEY_YELLOW
Delete the selected item.
Rename
The Rename Menu is same Layout and
functionality as discussed earlier in this manual.
Move / Copy
The Menu shown in the picture below is the
Move/copy Menu. In this menu the user can
move files or folders from one side to the other.
It can also copy the content from one side to the
other.
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Action
KEY_UP
Highlights the previous item in
the file list. If the first item is
reached, it highlights the last
item in file list.
KEY_DOWN
Highlights the next item in
the file list. If the last item
is reached, it highlights the
first item.
KEY_PAGEUP
Moves up the list by one page.
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Moves down the list by one
page.
KEY_LEFT
Change the selected file from
one side to the other side.
KEY_RIGHT
The same as KEY_LEFT.
KEY_ENTER
If the selected item is a folder,
press KEY_ENTER to
enter the folder.
KEY_RECALL
Return to parent folder.
KEY_EXIT
Return to disk manager menu.
KEY_GREEN
Select the highlighted item
and move to the other side.
KEY_YELLOW
Copy the content of the
selected item to the other side
KEY_BLUE
Move the selected item to the
other side
KEY_MENU
The file browser menu
disappears and shows the
main menu, or the main menu
disappears and shows the file
browser again
KEY_MEDIA
Changes the source to DVB
Key Stroke
E-Book Browser
The e-book menu is like the file browser menu,
the keys work as in the file browser menu. The
four coloured keys have no function. Other keys
are the same as the keys in the other file browser
menus. For instance, KEY_UP/KEY_DOWN can
move the selected file and KEY_ENTER plays the
selected e-book etc.
KEY_PAGEUP
KEY_PAGEDOWN
Move to next page, if it is
already the last page, it will
not move.
KEY_PREV
The same as KEY_PAGEUP
KEY_NEXT
The same as KEY_PAGEDOWN
KEY_NUM
User can input number key to
select the required page.
KEY_ENTER
When a page number has been
entered, then pressing this key
will go to the corresponding
page.
KEY_RECALL
Return to file browser menu of
e-book.
KEY_EXIT
The same as KEY_RECALL.
KEY_MENU
The E-book menu disappears
and shows the Main Menu or
Main Menu disappears and
shows the E-book again.
KEY_MEDIA
Changes the media to DVB
E-Book Menu
The picture below shows the E-Book Menu. In
this menu the user can read text files, the menu
also shows the name of the current file, the total
number of pages and the current page.
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Action
Move to previous page, if it is
already the first page, it will
not move.
Software Upgrade
The receiver software can be upgraded. The
software upgrade menu can be accessed through
Menu > Settings > Upgrade. This is shown below:
-
Select the upgrade file and press the “enter” key to start the upgrade. Enter the upgrade page to show information and prompt the user on the upgrade process:
USB Upgrade
The USB upgrade is a fast and convenient way
to upgrade the system software, You simply
copy the upgrade file onto a USB memory stick,
and plug the USB device into the system USB
interface. You can then upgrade the software as
follows:
•
Before a USB upgrade, you must prepare the upgrade file. The file name is usually a
*.bin (not case sensitive), Otherwise the
system can not enter the upgrade mode.
•
The size of the USB upgrade file must be
less than or equal to 4M bytes, if not it may
result in a failure to upgrade.
•
USB upgrade:
-
Enter the USB upgrade menu
press(menu -> setting -> upgrade -> USB upgrade)
Enter the USB directory list page, as shown below:
•
•
•
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The whole USB upgrade process may take a couple of minutes.
DO NOT switch off the power during the upgrade process.
When the upgrade has finished, the system will automatically restart with the new firmware.
Triax TR112 Specification
Tuner / Demodulator
Standard
Input Frequency*
Channel Bandwidth*
Power for Active Antenna
COFDM System
Demodulation Type
Guard Interval
FEC
DVB-T
VHF/UHF Band
7 MHz/8 MHz Switchable
5V@30mA with overload Protection through Coaxial Cable
2K, 8K Carrier, Hierarchical Supported
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM
1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4 Active Symbol Duration
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
System
CPU / Clock
Transport
Flash Memory
System Memory
Sunplus 1500
DVB Demultiplexer
4Mbytes SPI
512MBits X 2 DDR2
Video
CPU Core
Video Standards
Field / Frame Rate
Aspect Ratio
Video Input / Output
Output Modes
667Mhz 32bit
MPEG-1 ISO/IEC 11172-2
MPEG-2 MP@ML and MP@HL, ISO/IEC 13818-2
MPEG-4 AVC MP@L4 and HP@L4.1
60/30 Hz for NTSC or 50/25 Hz for PAL
4:3, 16:9 & Letter Box
Digital Video HDMI with HDCP supported CVBS,
R/G/B for TV SCART OUT
HD
1080p / 1080i / 720p / 576p
Output format changed by specific hot-key (software switchable)
SD
576i
Teletext / Subtitle
Decoding and display for supporting Closed Captions & Teletext
Audio
CPU Core
Audio Standards
Audio Input / Output
Digital Audio SPDIF
Output Format
Sampling Rate
667Mhz 32bit
MPEG-1 layer I & layer II, MP3
MPEG-2 layer II , Dolby Digital
MPEG-2 AAC/AAC+
AL/AR for TV SCART OUT (Volume adjustable)
Optical Digital Audio SPDIF
IEC-60958 for PCM data
IEC-61937 for Encoded Bitstream Data
32, 44.1, 48, and 96 KHz
Connectivity USB Port
Software Upgrade and Diagnostic (Reserved Internally)
Support external H.D.D. (with 1A current protection)
Software Upgrade
Over Air Download
RS-232 or USB Port
No
Yes
Front Panel
Keypad
IR Sensor
3 Keypads: Power/ standby, CH Up/Down,
Yes
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Rear Panel
RF Input Connector*
Loop Through
Output Connector
Stereo (left & right) Audio
CVBS, R/G/B video output
IEC type, Female (for PAL), 75 Ohm
Digital Video & Audio Output
Optical Digital Audio SPDIF
HDMI Connector
TosLink Interface
Power Interface
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (2A adaptor , T.B.D. )
Normal Operation: TBD, Standby Mode: Less than 1W
Others
Power indicator, 2 colours,
Blue/Red, FP:type Q8
Accessory
EMC / Safety
ATC
Dolby
IEC type, Male, 75 Ohm
Single SCART for TV
For TV SCART: w/ OSD and Volume adjustable
As same FP as TR105
Remote Controller & Batteries
User Manual
HDMI Cable (1.5m)
Compliant to CE (standard)
HDMI 1.3, HDCP
Compliant to DD+
Triax reserves the right to change the specifications without prior notification.
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PIN CODE Reminder
NOTE
You need to insert the PIN code here and refer it to the pages in the manual where this is covered.
IMPORTANT
Removal of a lost PIN code could be subject to a service charge.
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Appendix
Trademarks
The Saorview word and logos are trademarks of RTÉ
and are used under licence.
This product is capable of receiving and decoding
Dolby Digital Plus. Manufactured under licence from
Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
®
This product has a HDMI connector so that you can
watch high definition TV with a HDMI lead when
connected to a HD Ready TV.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC.
Information on the software license for this product
Software composition
The software included in this product is comprised of various software components whose individual
copyrights are held by TRIAX UK Ltd or by third parties.
Software developed by TRIAX and open source software
The copyrights for the software components and various relevant documents included with this product
that were developed or written by TRIAX are owned by TRIAX UK LTD and are protected by the Copyright
Act, international treaties, and other relevant laws. This product also makes use of freely distributed
software and software components whose copyrights are held by third parties. These include software
components covered by a GNU General Public License (hereafter GPL), a GNU Lesser General Public
License (hereafter LGPL) or other license agreement.
Obtaining source code
We are unable to answer any questions about the source code for the open source software. The source
code for the software components whose copyrights are held by TRIAX are not distributed.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
The following conditions in the table below do not always indicate a problem. Please perform the checks
described below before calling for service. If the problem cannot be corrected by the use of this manual,
remove the mains plug from the power socket and contact the Helpline on 00 44 1443 778910 to obtain
service or advice (Normal operator charges apply).
Alternatively you can email us at: stbsupport@triax.co.uk.
In the unlikely event of this equipment requiring repair during the guarantee period, you will need to
provide proof of purchase to your point of sale. Please keep your purchase invoice or receipt in a safe
place.
WARNING
Under no circumstances should you try and repair this product yourself. This will invalidate the
guarantee. Do not open the unit as there is risk of electric shock.
Problem
Possible Solution
No power
•
•
•
Check if you pressed on the remote control unit
Is the AC power adapter disconnected?
Check if you pressed on the receiver
The receiver cannot
be operated
•
Turn off receiver at AC adaptor, leave for two minutes and switch back on
Remote control unit does
not operate
•
•
•
•
Are batteries inserted with polarity (+, -) aligned?
Are batteries worn out? (Replace with new batteries.)
Are you using it under strong or fluorescent lighting?
Is a fluorescent light illuminating the remote control sensor?
Picture format incorrect
•
Refer to page 25.
Power is suddenly
turned off
•
Is auto standby activated? (Page 24)
No picture
•
•
•
•
Are connections to external equipment correct? (Page 9)
Is the input signal type selected correctly after connection? (Page 9)
Is the correct output source selected? (Page 26)
Is the antenna connected properly? (Page 9)
•
•
•
Is the volume too low?
Check if you pressed mute on the remote control unit.
Check SCART lead is inserted correctly if used.
•
•
Check reception information as shown on the cover of this manual.
Refer to page 9 to perform the First Time Installation.
No sound
Freezing / Blocking
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End of life disposal
A. Information on Disposal for Users (private households)
1.
In the European Union
Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please recycle.
Attention:
Your product is marked
with this symbol. It means
that used electrical and
electronic products should
not be mixed with general
household waste. There
is a separate collection
system for these products.
Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and
in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and
recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment.
Following the implementation by member states, private households within
the EU states may return their used electrical and electronic equipment to
designated collection facilities free of charge*. In some countries your local
retailer may also take back your old product free of charge if you purchase a
similar new one.
* Please contact your local authority for further details.
If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators,
please dispose of these separately beforehand according to local
requirements.
By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste
undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent
potential negative effects on the environment and human health which could
otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste handling.
The battery supplied with this product contains traces of Lead.
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not
be put to the general household waste! There is a separate collection system
for used batteries, to allow proper treatment and recycling in accordance with
legislation. Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and
recycling schemes.
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Terms of Guarantee
This product is supplied with a 12 month manufacturers guarantee from date of original purchase.
In the unlikely event of an issue occurring within this period, please contact your point of sale.
Proof of purchase will need to be supplied.
1
This guarantee only applies to defects due to faulty workmanship or materials.
It does not cover faults or damage caused by (but not limited to) accident, misuse, fair wear and
tear, signal related issues, neglect, tampering with the product or repair other than by a facility
appointed by Triax UK Ltd.
2 This product is intended for private domestic use only.
The guarantee will not apply if the product is used in the course of a business, trade or profession.
3
The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this operating manual.
4 Triax UK Ltd disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages.
5 This guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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Declaration of Conformity
Company Name:
Triax UK Ltd
Company Address:
Abergorki Industrial Estate,
Treorchy, Rhondda-Cynon-Taff
CF42 6DL, UK
Object of the Declaration:
Triax TR 112, Part Number 305107.
The object of the declaration described above is in conformity with the requirements
of the following documents:
Low voltage directive 2006/95/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
Batteries and Accumulators Directive 2006/66/EC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
REACH Regulation 1907/2006/EC
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC
Packaging Directive 94/62/EC
The product identified above complies with the relevant EC Directives by meeting the following
standards:
BS EN55013:2001+A1:2003+A2:2006 Test Limits for STB Receivers Disturbance Characteristics
BS EN55020:2007 Test Limits for STB Receivers Immunity Characteristics
BS EN60065:2002:A1:2006+A11:2008 Audio and Video Equipment Safety Requirements
BS EN 61000-3-2:2006 Test Limits for EMC Harmonic Currents
BS EN61000-3-3:2008 Test Limits for EMC Voltage Changes and fluctuations
The Declaration of Conformity is made in relation to the associated tests carried out and verified by our
suppliers and their authorised test facilities.
Signed for and on behalf of:
TRIAX UK LTD
KEVIN EDWARDS…………………………………………………………………QUALITY MANAGER.
30th November 2010
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