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DTVS-1B User Guide
Digital Satellite Receiver
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Digital Satellite Receiver DTVS-1B User Guide
Safety Instructions
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Always read the safety instructions carefully.
Keep this User's Manual for future reference.
Keep this equipment away from humidity.
Lay this equipment on a reliable flat surface before setting it up.
Do not stand it on soft furnishings.
If any of the following situation arises, get the equipment checked by a service Technician:
● The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
● The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
● The equipment has obvious sign of breakage.
● The equipment has not been working well or you cannot get it work according to User's Manual.
Warning
- To prevent the risk of electric shock, do not open the cover or the back of the receiver.
- Do not block the ventilation holes of the device. Leave an appropriate gap above and around it to
allow for adequate ventilation.
- Do not place the device in an unventilated cabinet or on top of a unit which emits heat.
Copyright Statement
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form by any means without the prior written
permission. Other trademarks or brand names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective companies.
Disclaimer
Information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer does not make
any representations or warranties (implied or otherwise) regarding the accuracy and completeness
of this document and shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any commercial damage,
including but not limited to special,incidental,consequential,or other damage.
This symbol indicates that this product incorporates double insulation between
hazardous mains voltage and user accessible parts. When servicing use only
identical replacement parts.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to water or colds.
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Contents
Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................................................................... 2
Contents .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
About the Set Top Box ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
Front Panel and Rear Panel Illustration
Remote Control
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Installing the Batteries ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Connecting to Equipment
First Time Installation
Basic Operations
Main Menu
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Channel Organiser
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Installation ........................................................................................................................................................................ 16
System Setup .................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Accessories
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Country Setup/EPG ......................................................................................................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting
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Receiver Specifications
Warranty
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Digital Satellite Receiver DTVS-1B User Guide
About the Set Top Box
This DVB-S Satellite Receiver is a Free-To-Air digital satellite receiver, allowing you to access freeto-air digital Satellite TV channels and radio broadcasts on your TV set. Its digital reception covers
VHF & UHF band. Compared with analog TV programs, digital TV programs eliminate the noise
and interference by offering high quality video and audio. An on-screen initial installation guide is
provided so that you can easily start to enjoy watching the programs. In addition, a fully featured
remote control is included that offers you access to every feature with a simple press of a button.
Main Features
- Fully compliant with New Zealand DVB-S standards
- Full MPEG2 ISO/IEC 13818 transport stream compliant audio/video decoding
- Bandwidth of 8MHz supported
- QPSK demodulator
- Automatic/manual channel search
- Channel edit and deletion
- Parental lock control
- EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and teletext function (where available)
- Tuner RF in/loop through
- Component/Video/Digital Audio via coaxial YCbCr output
- RF Modulator support
- Full function remote control
Package Contents
Before installation, please check the items of the package. The package should contain the
following items:
1. DVB-S satellite receiver x 1
2. Remote control x 1
3. AAA size battery x 2
4. Instruction manual x 1
5. AV Cable x 1
6. RF Cable x1
7. Warranty label x 1
8. Quick start guide x 1
Front Panel and Rear Panel Illustration
Front panel
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1. POWER To turn the standby mode ON/OFF
2. ▲ To change the channel upward
3. ▼ To change the channel downward
4. LED digital display: To display the status of the receiver: when playing menu, it shows "MENU";
when watching TV channel, it shows the channel No.; when in standby mode, it shows the time.
When searching channels, it shows "TUNE".
Rear panel
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5
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13/18V
500m A Max .
L NB I NPUT
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Cb
Cr
TV A NT IN
V IDEO
A C 170-240~
50/60Hz 30W Max .
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Model No: DTVS-1B
Digital Satellite Receiver
Ser i al N o .
L NB O UT
2
R
A UDIO
4
L
R
A UDIO
L
S/PDIF
6
TO TV
RS-232
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MA DE IN CHINA
1. LNB INPUT To connect to a satellite antenna and cable jacks
2. LNB OUT Used to connect a RF signal from the STB to either the RF input jack on your TV or to the
STB
3. YCbCr High quality video output to connect to your TV
4. VIDEO Video connection port to the TV or other equipment
5. AUDIO R/L Audio connection port to the TV or other equipment
6. S/PDIF Digital audio output
7. TO TV To connect a TV via a coaxial cable
8. AV ANT IN To connect to television antenna input
9. RS-232 To connect to a personal computer for software upgrade
10. POWER Switch ON/OFF
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Remote Control
Remote key functions
1. POWER To turn the standby mode ON/OFF
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2. MUTE To mute or recover the sound of
the receiver
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3. Numeric buttons (0-9) To control the
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numerical operation and to change
programs directly
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4. SUBTL To select closed caption
TV/RADIO
SUBTL
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0
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5. TV/RADIO To switch the program between
TV and Radio
EPG
TXT
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6. EPG To introduce some program info to the user
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OK
7. TXT To switch the teletext service ON/OFF
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8. Up/Down Arrow (▲/▼) To move focused item
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MENU
EXIT
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in menu or channel list, to change the program
upward/downward
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INFO
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9. Left/Right Arrow (◄/►)
VOL. AUDIO CH.
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- To switch to favorite channel list in channel
TEXT
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list menu
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- To change selection in menu
RECALL
FAV
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10. OK
- To select a channel or menu option
- To show the channel list
11. MENU To enter the main menu
12. EXIT To cancel operation or exit the menu to the
previous one
13. VOL+/- To increase or decrease the volume
14. CH▲/▼ To change the channels
15. INFO To display the current program information.
It could be an instruction as “help” to tell you the function of the available keys on the bottom of the
menu
16. AUDIO To change audio mode to left, right and stereo
17. TEXT To access to Digitext service
18. 4 COLOR KEY Used to operate different functions in MPEG, TEXT,OSD and other menus
19. FAV To show the favourite channel list
20. RECALL To turn to view the previous program
Installing the Batteries
Remove the battery cover from the remote control and put two AAA size batteries inside the
compartment. The diagram inside the battery compartment shows the correct way to install the
batteries
Caution:
1. Keep batteries out of childrens’ reach.
2. Don’t attempt to recharge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or throw the
batteries into fire.
3. Always replace both batteries at the same time. Never mix new and old
batteries or batteries of a different type.
4. If you don’t intend on using the remote control for an extended period,
remove the batteries to prevent possible leakage and corrosion.
5. Do not drop, apply shock or step on the remote control.
6. Do not spill water on the remote control.
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Notes: If the receiver does not operate when operating the remote
control from a close range, you may need to replace the batteries.
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Using the Remote Control
1. Point the remote control towards the front of the digital set top box.
2. The remote control has a range of up to 7 metres from the set top box at an angle of up to 60
degrees.
3. The remote control will not operate if its path is blocked.
Note: Sunlight or very bright light will decrease the sensitivity of the remote control.
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Connecting to Equipment
How to get good reception
There are many ways to connect the satellite receiver to your home entertainment system,
depending on the equipment and connection types you have. However, for the best video/audio
quality, use the higher quality YCbCr and S/PDIF connections if available.
Note: Please always remember to disconnect the satellite decoder from the power source prior to
connecting or disconnecting the antenna cable to the LNB (on the satellite dish). This is necessary as
the LNB installed on your dish may be powered via the antenna cable that connects to the antenna
IN on the rear of the STB.
Connections to a TV
There are several ways of connecting your STB receiver to the TV and Hi-Fi System. Connection
between the STB receiver and TV is possible via YCbCr component or via CVBS.
Connect the STB receiver via Video L/R, YCbCr SPDIF and Audio
Satellite antenna input
Outside aerial
YCbCr Output
Cb
Cr
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13/18V
500m A Max .
L NB I NPUT
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Cb
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TV A NT IN
V IDEO
A C 170-240~
50/60Hz 30W Max .
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Model No: DTVS-1B
Digital Satellite Receiver
Ser i al N o .
L NB O UT
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A UDIO
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R
A UDIO
L/G
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TO TV
S/PDIF
R/D
RS-232
MA DE IN CHINA
Digital Output: SPDIF
VIDEO
R/D
VIDEO, L/G, R/D Output
VIDEO
L/G
Cr
Cb
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First Time Installation
Note: Be sure to turn on the main power at the rear of your receiver before using the receiver. Before
you press power button, the receiver is on standby mode.
After all the connections have been made properly switch on your TV. Make sure the receiver is
connected to the mains and press the POWER button to switch the receiver on. If you are using the
receiver for the first time or restored to factory default, the Main Menu will be displayed. Select the
installation and choose blind scan to search for channels (see the detailed information on page 17).
When the unit has finished scanning, all active channels found will be stored automatically. The
last found channel will be viewed. ( If you wish to stop scanning, press the EXIT button to exit. The
channels already found will be stored ).
Now you are ready to watch digital satellite TV channels and radio broadcasts.
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Basic Operations
Switch program
1. Press the numeric buttons (0~9) on the remote control to select the channel number you want.
2. Press the CH▲/▼key on the remote control or the front panel to change the available channels
upward/downward.
3. Press the RECALL button to view the previous channel selected.
Volume control
1. Press the Vol+/- button on the remote control or front panel to adjust the volume. The following
volume bar will appear on screen.
Mute
1. Press the button to temporarily stop the sound.
2. To cancel mute, press the key again or press VOL+/- Key.
Text
Press the TEXT button to access to Digitext service.
Quick Select
Press the OK button to show the channel list. Press ▲/▼ to choose the channel you want. Press EXIT
to exit.
Change an audio language and audio mode
Press the AUDIO button on the remote control to select the audio control menu, press the ▲/▼ to
select the audio languge, press ◄/► to select the audio mode you want. Press the EXIT button to
exit the menu.
Change TV/Radio mode
Press the TV/RADIO button to change the program list mode between TV and Radio.
Radio signal for example.View program INFO
1. Press the INFO button once and twice to view the detailed information of current program.
2. Press the INFO button the third time/EXIT to exit view.
SUBTL
Press the SUBTL button to switch subtitles on/off.
NOTE: Transmission of subtitles depends on the program providers.
Basic Operations
Teletext service
1. Press the TXT button to open a teletextpage (if the teletext is transmitted)
2. Press the TXT button again or press the EXIT button to close the teletext.
EPG (Electric Program Guide)
1. Press the EPG button to view the EPG information that are provided by the content providers.
2. Press ◄/► show EPG for the adjacent channels, and then press OK to select the program/channel
to watch.
3. Press the RED button to watch TV; press the EXIT/GREEN button to exit the EPG; press the
YELLOW button to view the event information of the previous day; press the BLUE button to view
the event information of the next day.
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the menu.
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Main Menu
This section guides you to walk through of all options on the Menu screen.
Navigation in the main menu
1. Press the MENU button to bring up the main menu.
2. Press the ▲/▼ button to move upward/downward to the desired menu. press the ◄/► button to
move to the sub menu and press ▲/▼ to choose the one you want.
3. Press the OK button to enter into the sub menu you select.
4. Press the EXIT button to exit the main menu.
The main menu is divided into 6 sections, please refer to the menu tree in the next page.
Channel Manager
Installation
System Setup
Accessories
Country Setup
EPG
Main Menu
Menu Tree
Main Menu
Channel Manager
Channel Organiser
New Channel
Edit Channel
Delete All
Installation
Satellite Setup
Blind Scan
Transponder Setup
DisEqc Motor Setup
Factory Default
Reset Box Info
System Setup
Language Setup
OSD Setup
TV Setup
Time Setup
Password Setup
Wakeup Timer
Accessories
S/W Upgrade
Version
Signal Monitoring
Country Setup
EPG
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Channel Organiser
Channel Organiser
1. Go to Main Menu > Channel Manager > Channel Organiser.
2. Press RED button to Skip, GREEN button to lock the channel, BLUE button to delete the channel;
press▲/▼to select the channel; press INFO button to rename the channel name; press FAV button
to set the favourite list; press TV/R button to change the program mode between TV and Radio.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
New Channel
1. Go to Main Menu > Channel Manager > New Channel
2. Press ▲/▼ to select the item and press ◄/► and do the change according to the menu
showed on the below menu bar.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Channel Organiser
Edit Channel
1. Go to Main Menu > Channel Manager > Edit Channel
2. Press ▲/▼ and ◄/► to select the item and press numerical 0~9 to set as you want, then Press
OK .
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Delete All
1. Go to Main Menu > Channel Manager > Delete All
2. There are five items you can chose: All TV Service, ALL Radio Service, All FTA Service, All Scrambled,
All Transponders. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item you want to delete. Then a menu will be showed to
confirm with you if you want to do that, press ▲/▼ to choose Yes or No then press OK to confirm. If
you choose Yes, the item you chose will be delete.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
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Installation
Satellite Setup
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Installation ﹥ Satellite Setup
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose LNB No., LNB power, 22kHz, DisEqc, DisEqc Switch and press OK to select the
satellite that you want to scan. There will be a window displayed to confirm with you if you want to
scan. Press ▲/▼to choose YES or NO, and then OK.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Installation
Blind Scan
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Installation ﹥Blind Scan
2. Press OK to start scanning.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Transponder Setup
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Installation ﹥ Transponder Setup
2. You can perform the transponder scan [Add/Edit] based on the LNB frequency, LNB power, 22KHz
and DiSEqc values stored in the satellite setup for that selected satellite.
3. There are three items you can choose: Add, Edit, Delete. Press ◄/► to choose the item you want
to do.
- Add: Add new carrier into the selected satellite with the corresponding frequency, symbol rate and
polarization.
- Edit: Edit or rescan the carriers which were available in database.
- Delete: Delete the selected carrier or group of carriers.
4. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
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Installation
DisEqC Motor Setup
There are two items you can choose: DisEqc1.2 Setup and USALS Setup.
a) DisEqC1.2 setup
1. If you have only one Set Top box, but you like to watch all coverage of satellite signal then you
need to go for motorized dish which is called DiSEqC1.2.
2. For positioning the dish to particular satellite, you can select the satellite along with dish moving
type as User/Installer/GotoX/Advanced, dish position, direction [East/West] and carrier along with its
parameters like frequency, symbol rate and polarization.
Dish Moving Type
1. User - While pressing Left/Right key in Drive East/West option to move the motor, the motor will
be move slowly [step by step movement]. Motor movement will be stop when you stop the key
pressing.
2. Installer - While pressing Left/Right key in Drive East/West option to move the motor, the motor
will be move fastly [Continuous movement]. Motor movement will be stop when you press again
Installation
LEFT/RIGHT key.
3. Goto X - GoTo X option is used to move the motor to specified Dish position. To perform this
option - select Dish moving type as GoTo X and enter the Dish position by pressing numeric keys and
now press OK key to move the dish to specified position.
4. Advanced - This setup is used to perform the below listed Motor related settings,
* DiSEqC 1.2 Enable/Disable - To enable (or) disable the DiSEqC option by pressing OK key.
* Enable /Disable limit - To enable (or) disable the Motor limits by pressing OK key.
* Drive East/West - You can drive the motor to East/West direction by pressing Left/Right key.
* Set EAST/WEST limit - You can set the East or West limit of the motor through this option.
* Recalculate Position - This Recalculate position option will replace the logical positions set by the
user.
* Reset Position - The motor position can be reset to its reference position [0°] by using the Reset
Position option.
b) USALS setup - Advanced concept of DiSEqC1.2. It is used to position the dish automatically
without user stress. By giving the input of satellite angle, user latitude & longitude angle, motor will
be positioned automatically to the selected satellite.
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Installation
Factory Default
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Installation ﹥ Factory Default
2. Press OK, there will be a window to displayed to confirm with you if you want to default all of the
settings. Press ▲/▼ to choose YES or NO, and then OK. If you choose YES, there will be a window
asking you to enter the password, if you have not set a new password, press 0000; if you have, enter
the password that you have set.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu
System Setup
Reset Box Info
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Installation ﹥ Reset Box Info
2. Press OK, there will be a window displayed to confirm with you if you want to set the box
information. Press ▲/▼ to choose YES or NO, and then OK. If you choose YES, there will be a window
asking you to enter the password, if you have not set a new password, press 0000; if you have, enter
the password that you have set.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
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System Setup
System Setup
Go to Main Menu > System Setup.
There will be the following items, such as: Language Setup, OSD Setup, TV Setup, Time Setup,
Password Setup, Wakeup Timer.
Language Setup
1. Select Language Setup , and press OK to enter into it.
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item you want to set. Press ◄/► and OK to select what you would like.
There are six languages for OSD item: ENG, FRA, ITA, ESL, DEU, RUS.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
System Setup
OSD Setup
1. Select OSD setup, and press OK to enter into it.
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item you want to set. Press ◄/► and to select what you would like.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
TV Setup
1. Select TV srtup, and press OK to enter into it.
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item, and press ◄/► to match with your TV set and press OK. The
receiver; can support aspect ratios: 4:3 Letter box, 4:3 full screen, 16:9
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
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System Setup
Time Setup
1. Select Time setup, and press OK to enter into it.
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item, and press ◄/► to choose timer mode, if you select Manual, you
can set the date and time with the numeric keys 0~9.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
Password Setup
1. Select Password Setup, Press OK to enter into it.
2. Select Lock Type to set the type you want select old password to change the password to a
password that you can easily remember. If this is the first time that you are changing the password,
press 0000(this is the default password), then press the numeric keys 0~9 to set the new password
and once again to confi rm the new password. If you forget the new password, 4000 is the master
password for you to get into the menu to set the new password.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
System Setup
Wakeup Timer
1. Select Wakeup Timer, and press OK to enter into.
2. Press ▲/▼ to choose the item, and press ◄/► or numeric keys 0~9 to set Timer., Timer Mode,
Service, Date, Start Time, Duration and press OK.
3. Press EXIT to exit.
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Accessories
In this menu, there are three submenus: S/W upgrade, Version and Signal Monitoring
S/W Upgrade
1. Select S/W upgrade and and press OK to enter it.
2. There will be a window showed “search for S/W upgrade from air is in progress and you will wait
for about 20 seconds. Then a menu will be showed to confirm with you if you want to upgrade the
software. Press ▲/▼ to choose YES or NO, if you choose YES, the software will be upgraded.
Accessories
Version
1. Select Version, and press OK.
2. You can find the version information of your receiver.
3. Press OK or EXIT to exit.
Signal Monitoring
1. Go to main menu ﹥ Accessories ﹥ Signal Monitoring
2. You can check the availability of signal, such as signal strength and signal quality by changing
these parameters: Satellite name, LNB Low & High frequency, LNB Power, Frequency, Symbol rate,
Polarization, 22KHz mode.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
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Country Setup/EPG
Country Setup
1. Go to main menu > Country Setup
2. In this menu, there are twenty major areas to choose from: Southern Lakes, Canterbury, Westcoast,
Wellington, Wairarapa, Manawatu, Wanganui, Taranaki, Hastings, Napier, Gisborne, Taupo, Bay of
Plenty, Rotorua, Waikato, Auckland, Northland, All free channels, Southland and Otago.
3. Press EXIT to exit the menu.
EPG
1. Go to main menu > EPG
2. Press OK to enter EPG and press ◄/► to view the program list.
Troubleshooting
If you experience problems with this receiver or its installation, in the first instance please read
carefully the relevant sections of this User Manual and this Troubleshooting section.
Problem
Possible cause
What to do
Display on front panel not lit
Main lead unplugged
Main fuse blown
Check mains lead
Check fuse
Tuning failed or Database
empty or No signal found
Aerial is disconnected
Aerial is damaged / misaligned
Check aerial lead
Check aerial
Out of digital signal area
Check with dealer
No picture or sound
Program not broadcasting now
Return to another channel
Mosaic blocks in picture or
picture freezes
Aerial may not be compatible
Check aerial
Channel is scrambled
Select an alternative channel
Use the override code(4000)
Plug in and turn on receiver
Aim handset at front panel
Check for obstructions
Scrambled channel message
Forgotten channel lock code
Receiver off
Handset not aimed correctly
Front panel obstructed
No response to remote control Remote control batteries are
inserted incorrectly
Handset batteries exhausted
After moving the receiver
to another room, find can't
receive the digital reception
Check batteries direction
Replace remote control
batteries
The aerial feed may come through
a distribution system which may Try a direct feed from the
reduce the digital signal now
antenna
received by the receiver
Warning: If this doesn’t work, contact a qualified repair technician, never attempt to repair the
receiver yourself.
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Receiver Specifications
Item
Connectors
Power supply
Display
Others
Specification
LNB INPUT
IF in, connects to your dish antenna
LNB OUT
IF out, provides a loop out for a second STB
TV ANT IN
IEC female connector
To TV
Anlog RF output
RS232C
Serial port for software upgrade
S/PDIF
RCA, for SPDIF digital audio output
Video
RCA, for CVBS video output
YCbCr
RCA, for component video output
L/R x 2
RCA, Analog audio output
Input
AC 170 - 240V ~ 50/60Hz
Consumption
30W max. Standby mode < 6W
Resolution
720X576i
Aspect Ratio
4:3(Letterbox, Panscan), 16:9 fullscreen, Auto
Sound Mode
Right, Left, Stereo
Size
250x175x38mm
Weight (Net)
0.96kg
* Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should
not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent
possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal,
please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote
the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Warranty
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. This product is warranted for any defect in materials
or workmanship for one year after the original date of purchase. This product is for normal domestic
and office use only. This warranty does not cover damage from misuse or neglect, accidental
damage, vermin in festation, excessive voltages such us lightning or power surges or any alternation
that affects the performance or reliability of product.
In the unlikely event that your product fails to work normally, please contact the supplier the and
have your receipt of purchase on hand.
This guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
- It is only valid within boundaries of the country of purchase;
- The product must be correctly assembled and operated in accordance with the Instructions
contained in the manual;
- This product must be used solely for domestic purposes;
- The guarantee does not cover accidental damage;
- The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been damaged by inexpert
repair;
- The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damaged.
This guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal rights.
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