Comm-Tec ProTUNE TXT User manual

Comm-Tec ProTUNE TXT User manual
ProTUNE HD / S
Digital HD / SD
Satellite TV Tuner
User Manual
Version 1.2
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Disposal
The packaging of your device is composed exclusively of recyclable materials. Please run this again sorted according to the "dual
system". This product may not be disposed with the normal household waste, but should be brought to a collection point for
recycling electrical and electronic equipment.
The
- Symbol on the Product, user’s manual or packing refers to disposal.
The materials are as marked recyclable. By recycling, material recycling or other forms of recovery from old devices, you make an
important contribution to protect our environment. Ask your city or local authorities about ways to properly dispose e-waste in
keeping with current environmental
standards and regulations.
Return spent batteries to a designated collection point. Never dispose of batteries along with your normal household waste.
Batteries probably could contain toxic substances. Therefore, always dispose of batteries in accordance with current laws
governing mandatory return schemes for e-waste.
Safety Precaution
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to "dangerous voltage"
and to prevent from a risk of electric shock.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, don't open the housing. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
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The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to important operating and maintenance
(servicing).
WARNING: Do not use the ProTUNE HD where contact with or immersion in water is a possibility. Do not use near flower
vase, washbowls, kitchen sinks, laundry tubs, swimming pools, etc.
WARNING: Do not put the candle or lamp stand on the housing
WARNING: The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the unit. If you are not sure of the type of power supply (for example, 120 or 230 V) to your home, consult your
local dealer or local power company.
WARNING: This product installs diodes. Do not open the housing or touch any parts in the inner mechanism. Consult your
local dealer for technical service if the opening is required.
Note: To ensure proper use of this product, please read this User manual carefully and retain for further reference.
Unit Cleaning: After the unit power is turned off, you can clean the housing, panel and remote control with a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution.
Accessories/Attachments: Never add any attachments and/or equipment without the manufacturer consent; as such
additions may result in the risk of fire, electric shock, or other personal injury.
Locating: Slots and openings in the housing are provided for ventilation to protect it from overheating. Do not block these
openings or allow them to be blocked by placing the ProTUNE HD on a bed, sofa, or other similar surface, nor should it be
placed over a radiator or heat register.
Power Cord Protection: Place the power cord out of the way, where it will not be walked on. Please take special attentions
to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
Object and Liquid Entry: Never put objects of any kind into ProTUNE HD through openings, as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill any liquid on the ProTUNE HD.
Note: Moisture may be formed inside the unit when it is suddenly moved from a cold environment or an air-condition room to
a warm place, immediately after a heater has been turned on, and in a steamy or very humid room. If the moisture forms
inside the unit, it may not operate properly. To correct this problem, turn on the power and wait about two hours for the
moisture to evaporate.
Parts Replacements: When the unit parts need to be replaced, user should make sure the service technician use the
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or having the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
replacement may put the unit In the risk of fire, electric shock or other hazards.
Safety Check After all the maintenances and repairs are done, user is required to request the service technician to conduct
the overall safety check to ensure the machine is in the proper condition.
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Content
1. SCOPE OF DELIVERY .................................................................................................................. 3
2. INSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................................... 3
DESCRIPTION FRONT PANEL / REMOTE CONTROL ...................................................................................... 3
2.1.1
FRONT PANEL ....................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.2
BACK PANEL ......................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.3
DESCRIPTION OF REMOTE CONTROL ....................................................................................... 5
2.2
BASIC FUNCTIONS ....................................................................................................................... 6
3. MENU ...........................................................................................................................................13
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
3.3.8
3.3.9
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................13
LNB SETTINGS ....................................................................................................................13
SATELLITE LIST ....................................................................................................................14
TP LIST ..............................................................................................................................16
CHANNEL SEARCH ................................................................................................................19
CHANNELS ................................................................................................................................20
TV CHANNEL LIST ................................................................................................................20
RADIO CHANNEL LIST ...........................................................................................................24
RENAME FAVORITES .............................................................................................................25
DELETE ALL .........................................................................................................................26
SYSTEM SETUP ..........................................................................................................................27
LANGUAGE ..........................................................................................................................27
LOCAL TIME SETTING ............................................................................................................28
TV SYSTEM .........................................................................................................................29
OSD SETTINGS ...................................................................................................................30
TIMER .................................................................................................................................30
FIRMWARE INFORMATIONEN ..................................................................................................32
PARENTAL LOCK ..................................................................................................................32
FACTORY SETTING ...............................................................................................................34
COMMON INTERFACE ............................................................................................................35
DVR OPTION .............................................................................................................................37
DVR MANAGER ...................................................................................................................38
STORAGE FORMAT ...............................................................................................................39
DVR SETTINGS....................................................................................................................39
DIASHOW SETTINGS .............................................................................................................40
STORAGE ............................................................................................................................41
REMOVE STORAGE SAFELY ...................................................................................................45
4. ASCII REMOTE PROTOCOL ........................................................................................................46
5. IR TABLE .....................................................................................................................................51
6. NETWORK SETTINGS .................................................................................................................53
6.1
SETTING THE IP-ADDRESS ..........................................................................................................53
7. FIRMWARE UPDATE ...................................................................................................................54
7.1
7.2
FRONT PANEL ............................................................................................................................54
MAINBOARD...............................................................................................................................55
8. TECHNICAL DATA .......................................................................................................................56
1.
Scope of Delivery
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2.
IR Remote Control
Power Cord
Product-/Software-CD
Instruction
The ProTUNE HD / is a HDTV-Tuner, to receive digital TV (DVB-S2) and digital radio over satellite.
The bi-directional RS-232 and Ethernet port allows you to control the ProTUNE HD by external control
systems such as AVIT®, RTI®, AMX®, Crestron® or others.
Setup can be done by the included IR Remote Control or by the easy to use front panel.
The Tuner is designed for the use in presentation rooms, training and seminar facilities, schools,
universities, hotels or in a home cinema.
2.1
Description Front Panel / Remote Control
2.1.1 Front Panel
1. ON: Switch to Power On or standby mode.
2. Display: Shows current channel and program information when in operation, and current time
in standby mode.
3. OK / SETUP: To open the main menu, or to close the current menu level, and to confirm a
selection.
4. MENU / EXIT: To Exit the main menu and current menu level
5. Up / Down: To switch between channels or navigation and adjustment of values in the menu
(up or down).
6. Left / Right: Adjustment of volume and changes to values in the menu (left or right).
2.1.2 Back Panel
1. IF OUT: Satellite output for daisy-chaining with other devices.
2. IF IN: Satellite Input
3. AUDIO SYM.: Balanced audio output
4. USB: Interface for firmware updates, for the connection to a external data carrier, to be used
for recording or time shift functions.
5. HDMI: Digital output for the transmision of audio and video data.
6. OPTICAL S/PDIF: Optical, digital audio output for the connection to an external AVReceiver.
7. S/PDIF: Electrical, digital audio output for the connection to an external AV-Receiver.
8. AUDIO R / AUDIO L: Analog audio output for the connection to stereo equipment or
monitors.
9. Y/C Out: Analog video output for the connection to a monitor
10. YPbPr: Component outputs, that can also be used as composite output if desired.
11. LAN: For the connection to a network or compatible hardware, for external control, and for
firmware update.
12. RS232: For the connection to compatible hardware, for external control, and for firmware
update.
13. Power Switch: Power ON or OFF.
14. Power Input (100-240VAC): IEC-Socket for the connection to current supply by a power
cord.
2.1.3 Description of Remote Control
Standby (ON / OFF)
TV / Radio
Number 0-9/
Letter Buttons A-Z
Mute
Image preview in media
player
Show Favorites
Enabling Program Information
Go back to the last channel
viewed
Electronic
program guide
Page Up
Favorites +
Page Down
Favorites -
Main Menu / go back one
step in the menu
Curser button (up/down),
channel control (+/-) in
normal mode and navigation
Cursor button (left/right),
volume control and navigation
EXIT: to exit the menu
or hide the dialog
Enable the record
manager
Selection of video output
Selection of TV formats
Subtitle
Confirmation of selections
Teletext
Multifeed-Function
Timeshift
Red function button
Program finder
Enable the media player
Audio
Zoom
Pause for still image function
Bookmark function
PVR-Functions
2.2
Basic Functions
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Turning on the ProTUNE HD
Turn on the [Device mainstream] switch. If you turn on the ProTUNE HD for the first time, the first channel
from the default channel list is displayed. With further commissioning shows the ProTUNE HD to the
channel that was displayed before the last turn.
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Power
1. Press [Power] Key to enter the Standby state.
2. In Standby state, press [Power] Key again to call back the unit and play the previous channel..
3. Use the device’s main power switch on the back to turn off the unit completely.
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CH 56
Press [CH56] to switch channels in TV mode.
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VOL34
Press [VOL34] to increase/decrease volume in TV mode.
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Channel Number
In TV mode, you can enter the channel number directly with your remote control to switch to the desired
channel.
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Mute X
1. In TV mode, press [Mute X] to turn off sound. Activated Mute is indicated on the display by an icon.
2. Press [Mute X] again to turn on sound.
PAUSE
1. In TV mode, press [Pause] to stop the image. The sound of the channel continues to run.
2. Press [Pause] again to continue the TV image from the current time.
RECALL
Press [Recall] to switch between the current and the last channel viewed.
FAV
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In TV mode, press [FAV] to display the favorites list on the monitor. Each favorites list is being created by
pressing the EDIT button, calling up the channel list, and selecting the desired channels by [FAV].
In the Favorite group window please navigate with [CH56] and press [OK] to confirm selection. In larger
favorites groups, [PGUP/PGDN] can be used to navigate.
Press [VOL34] to select between the different favorite groups.
FAV +/1.
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3.
In TV mode, press [FAV +/-] to switch between Favorites and actual Favorite Groups.
The ordering of the favorites is in accordance to the respective Favorite Group List.
Press [Exit], to leave the favorites window.
AUDIO
1. In TV mode, press [Audio] to open the Audio options.
2. Select “Audio Track” with [CH56], to change the “Audio Modes” press [VOL34] for Stereo, Mono,
Right/Left.
INFO
In TV mode, press [INFO] to open the information screen, where the parameters of the current channel are
being displayed. The availability of so-called Service Information (SI-Data) depends on the respective
program/service provider.
Channel
number
Service
Information
Channel name
EPG (ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE)
The ProTUNE HD includes a electronic program guide (EPG). The EPG provides program information in
table format (if provided by the broadcast station). The EPG includes information about the broadcast
times and program contents. Press [EPG] to open the EPG window.
1. Press the “Time” function key [RED], to obtain information about the program for the upcoming days:
Navigation icons for
EPG
2. Use [VOL34] to navigate, by pressing [OK] the desired time will be displayed. [EXIT] closes this
dialogue.
Back to previous menu
Back to current time
Scroll in a ½ hour intervall (back/forth)
Scroll in a 2 hour intervall (back/forth)
Scroll in a 1 day intervall (back/forth)
3. By pressing the“Timer” function key [GREEN], you can add the selected show directly to the Timer.
To navigate, press [CH56VOL34] and set the desired date, on and off time using the number keys. To
confirm, select “Save”.
TV/RADIO
The [TV/R] button allows you to toggle between television and radio services. When transmitting a radio station, the
receiver displays a background picture.
To switch from radio back to television, press the TV/Radio button [TV/R] on the remote control..
OK
In TV mode, press [OK] to enable the channel list. In menu/applications, press [OK] to confirm your selection.
SAT
1. In TV mode, press [SAT] to enable the satellite list and to select accordingly..
2. Press [VOL34], to toggle between the different satellites.
MULTI
In TV mode, press the [MULTI] button to enter the multi picture mode.
1. In Multi Picture Mode, nine channel preview windows are being displayed (static display), starting with the
current channel. Only the marked preview channel is played continuously.
2. Press [CH56VOL34] to move the selected channel between the preview programs.
3. Use the number buttons [1] ~ [9] to move the marker directly on the corresponding channel.
With [OK] you can get the selected channel in full screen mode.
LNB SHORT CIRCUIT
If there’s a short circuit in the LNB, you will see "LNB short circuit!" on the screen. Please check your
cables and connections for short circuits. If the short circuit is removed, the warning disappears.
SLEEP
1. Press [Sleep] in TV mode to set the Sleep Timer. You will see: “Sleep Timer OFF / Sleep Timer 10 /
Sleep Timer 30 / Sleep Timer 60 / Sleep Timer 90 / Sleep Timer 120”.2.
2. If you set one off time, the system will be set to standby at the selected time.
TXT
1. Press [TXT] in TV mode to open teletext. The support of this service depends on the channel provider.
2. If there is no teletext provided, you will see “No teletext” on the screen.
SUBTITLE
Press [SUB] in TV Mode to enable subtitles. The support of this service depends on the channel provider.
GOTO (SEARCH FUNCTION)
Press [Goto] or the yellow butten when in channel list, to enable the search function. You can navigate
with the
[CH56VOL34] buttons, confirm with the blue button, and delete with the red button.
ZOOM
1. Press [ZOOM] to activate the image enlargement function.
3. Press [ZOOM] again, and the video image will be enlarged x1, x2, x4, x6, x8, x12, x16, depending on
number of strokes.
4. Press [EXIT] to leave the ZOOM function.
TV/STB
Press [TV/STB], to toggle between TV and STB mode.
MENU
Press [MENU] to enter the main menu. Another press of [MENU] will exit the main menu.
FORMAT
Press [Format] in the full-screen mode, to select between the different resolutions: 576i -> 480i -> 576P ->
480P -> 720P_50 -> 720P_60 -> 1080i_25 -> 1080i_30.
EXIT
Press [EXIT] to exit menus and applications..
3.
Menu
3.1
Installation
When entering the menu, the first item is "Installation". The window is indicated as follows:
1.
2.
Press [CH56VOL34] to select between LNB Settings, Satellite List, TP List, and Channel
Search.
Press [OK] to get to the respective setting/function.
3.1.1 LNB Settings
Press [VOL34] to get to “LNB Settings”. A window will be displayed as indicated below:
1. LNB Frequency: Press [VOL34] to select between “Universal“, „Twin“, „User“ and C-Band.
For Example: If you use a SingleLNB, you should select “Universal”.
22K: Use [VOL34] to select “ON” or “OFF”. The 22kHz signal is used at KU Universal LNB to switch
between low and high frequency band.
! NOTE: If you set the LNB type to Universal, you cannot change 22K.
DiSEqC1.0: Press [VOL34] to switch DiSEqC switch options: disable / LNB1 / LNB2 / LNB3 / LNB4
2. Polarization: Press [VOL34] to select between: Auto / H / V / OFF.
3. Transponder: Press [VOL34] to select the desired transponder.
With the help of signal strength and quality display, you can check if your settings were successful.
The respective changes are being saved by [YES]
3.1.2 Satellite List
If you select “Satellite List”, you will see the following window:
1.
Press the red key to edit the satellite. You can edit the name of the satellite and its longitude
with the respective color, and [CH56 VOL34] buttons.
In this dialog, use the [Red] key for case-sensitive, [Green] to delete, [Yellow] to confirm and
[Blue] to exit the menu.
2. Press the [GREEN] button to open “Add Satellite”.
3. If you press [Yellow], you will be asked „Delete it?“. Select „Yes“ to delete the marked satellite, or
„No“ to cancel the process.
3.1.3 TP List
If you select “TP List”, the following dialog will be indicated:
1. Press [VOL34] to change the marked satellite.
2. Press the [Red] key to open “Edit TP“, where the data of the transponder can be edited.
3. Press [Green] to open“Add TP”, where you can add a new TP and adjust its parameters.
4. Press [Yellow] to delete the transponder. Select “Yes” for confirmation or “No” to exit..
5. Press [Blue] to open a dialog box with the option to do a transponder scan. Select "Yes" to confirm,
"No" exit the process.
3.1.4 Channel Search
If you select „Channel Search“ from the menu, the following dialog will be indicated:
1. In „Satellite” select with [VOL34] the required satellite
2. In “Only FTA”, press [VOL34] to select if to scan only free to air or
encrypted channels as well. When you choose "Yes", only free to air channels will be
searched.
3. In“Channel Search”, press [VOL34] to search “TV + radio channels", "TV channels" or
"radio channels".
4. In the "Search Mode" you can select between "Automatic Search" for a general search or
"Default Search" for all default transponders.
5. Select "Default Search" to enable a network scan.
6. Choose whether you want to delete the previous search or not.
7. Switch to “Search” by [VOL4] to start the scan. The progress bar on the channel search is
displayed and lists the channels found.
8. You can stop the search with [Exit] and save the channels found until then.
3.2
Channels
3.2.1 TV Channel List
The TV Channel List allows editing your services.
You can move the “highlighted” services by pressing [CH56] and press [OK] to preview the
current
highlighted
program
in
the
right
scaled
video
FAVORITES
If you want to add services to your favorite list, press [FAV] and confirm with [OK]. A small Icon will
be visible behind the selected service
1. In TV mode, press [FAV] to display the favorites group window on the screen.
2. You can your favorite channels in the favorites group window by [CH56] and confirm with [OK]
in order to go to this channel.
3. In larger groups, you can navigate with [PGUP/PGDN].
4. You can also select the different favorite groups in the channel list by [VOL34].
5. Press [Exit] to close the favorites group window.
LOCK
Press [RED] to enable the lock mode, select a service and confirm with [OK]. Enter the PIN code and
a small Icon will be visible behind the selected service.
SKIP
Press [GREEN] key to enter into skip mode.
Press [CH56] key to move the highlighted service and press [OK] to add a “skip mark”.
MOVE
Press [YELLOW], then press [CH56] to move the highlighted service and press [OK] to mark.
A small Icon will be visible behind the selected service.
EDIT
Press [BLUE] to “Edit”. You can select between “Sort”, “Edit” and “Delete”:
SORT
Press [RED] to “Sort”. There are four types to sort. Press [CH56] to move the highlighted
service and press [OK] to confirm.
The following options can be selected:
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Name (A-Z): Sorting in Alphabetical order.
Name (Z-A): Sorting in Alphabetical order.
FTA: Sort channel through free and scramble sequence. Free channel will in the front of
channel list and scramble channel will at the rear of channel list
Lock: All locked channels.
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Edit
In “Edit Channel” menu, press [GREEN], then press [CH56] to move the highlighted
service and press [OK] key to open the “Rename” window as follows.
Press [RED] key to select “CAPS”.
Press [GREEN] key to delete the char on the cursor.
Press [YELLOW] key to save the modification
Press [BLUE] key to cancel the operation
3.
Cancel
Press [BLUE], then press [CH56] to move the highlighted service and press [OK] to mark
as deleted.
Exit the menu to delete the services.
3.2.2 Radio Channel List
Operation is identical to the TV Channel List.
3.2.3 Rename Favorites
In this dialog you can specify the title of your favorite list. Select the following using the [VOL]:
Delete with [Red] "DEL" step by step, use [yellow] "CAPS" to choose between upper-and
lowercase letters, confirm with [Blue] "OK".
Note:
Please make sure that the name change of a favorite is confirmed by [OK] and that it’s also
activated in the dialog, before leaving the menu:
OK to accept the
changes
Otherwise, the changes will not be accepted.
3.2.4 Delete All
If you press [OK] you can delete all services:
To activate this function, press [VOL4].
Confirm with „Yes“, or „No“ to abort.
3.3
System Setup
3.3.1 Language
Please select the language menu as follows::
1. Language: press [VOL34] to select from the following languages: English, French, German,
Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish and Italian.
2. First Audio: Some channels have more than one audio language available; with this function, you
can set the first audio for this channel. If the playing channel has the same audio as the “First
Audio” you set, the system will play this audio language as default. If the channel hasn’t the
suited audio language, then the system will compare automatically with second audio language.
The selections of audio languages include: English, French, German, Russian, Arabic,
Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish and Italian.
3. Second Audio: If the channel has no corresponding audio with “First Audio”, but corresponding
audio with “Second Audio”, the system will play the second audio language as default. If no audio
language corresponds to the “Second Audio”, then the default language of the current channel
will be played automatically. The selections of audio languages include: English, French,
German, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Turkish, Spanish, Polish and Italian.
4. Teletext: You can set the teletext language if the operator provides such service. Otherwise, a
pop-up message indicates: “No Teletext”.
5. Press [Exit] to leave the menu.
3.3.2 Local Time Setting
1.
GMT-Usage: Refers to the time provided by the satellite stream. Press [VOL34] to change the
settings.
2.
GMT-Offset: This option is available if you set GMT-Offset to „ON“. Press [VOL34], to set
“GMT Offset”. Every selection increase/decrease the GMT Offset for 30 minutes.
3.
Summertime: You can set the summertime.
4.
Date and Time: These options are only available if you set GMT-Offset to “OFF”. Press
[VOL34], to navigate and use the number buttons to set the date and time.
NOTE: In case the selected services do not provide date and time information, please set these
data manually. But the most of the satellite services do provide date and time information.
5. Press [Exit] to leave the menu.
3.3.3 TV System
In the Sub menu „TV Format“, the following screen is indicated:
1.
You have the option between various modes dependent on your TV Set: Auto -> PAL -> PALN -> PAL-M ->PAL-BG -> NTSC -> 576i -> 480i -> 576P -> 480P -> 720P_50 -> 720P_60 ->
1080i_25 -> 1080i_30. Press [VOL34], to select the required TV Mode.
2.
Format function is used to switch between screen formats. You have the choice between: 4:3
PS / 4:3 LB / 16:9. Press [VOL34], to select the required TV Mode.
3.
RF channel (optional: only in devices with modulator): If your TV is too old for CVBS / YPbPr
and HDMI, you can set the RF modulator of the STB to the respective UHF / VHF channel and
connect the STB with a cable from the RF Modulator to TV antenna input.
4.
HDMI output is the HDMI video output mode. Choose between RGB-Normal, RGB-Expand,
YCbCr4:4:4 and YCbYr4:2:2. Press [VOL34], to select the required TV Mode.
5.
Digital Audio Out serves Settings for S/PDIF and the digital audio output for HDMI. Choose
between LPCM Out, BS Out and Auto. Press [VOL34] to select the desired mode. LPCM Out
means that the ProTUNE HD decodes the digital sound, e.g. the AC3 audio track, and outputs
it as stereo audio over HDMI, S/PDIF, or the anlog audio outputs (downmix). If youi select BS
Out, the audio will be distributed over S/PDIF or HDMI undecoded. Auto means that the
ProTUNE HD detects automatically if the connected TV Monitor is able to decode digital audio
over HDMI or not. If the TV Monitor is able to decode AC3, the ProTUNE HD will output the
undecoded audio; if the TV Monitor unable, the audio will be decoded first.
3.3.4 OSD Settings
If you select “OSD Settings”, the following window will be displayed:
1. OSD Timeout: If you switch channels in full screen, information about the current channel will be
indicated on the bottom of the screen. Press [VOL34] to set the duration of how long the
information will be displayed on the screen. The range of the duration is “1 second ~ 10 seconds”.
2. OSD Transparency: You can press [VOL34] to select the values. There are 5 levels of
transparency, 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% and “NO” (means no transparency function).
3. OSD Screen Saver: With this parameter you can set the start time for the launching of the screen
saver.
3.3.5 Timer
When you select “Timer Settings” you will see the following screen:
1. Timer Settings: Select „Timer“ and choose up to 8 Timer. Press [VOL4] to enter into the
following menu.
2. Select the required Timer mode with [VOL34]. Select between “OFF”, “once” or “daily”.
3. Wakeup Channel: press [OK] key to enter channel list and select the related channel you
want to set.
4. Wakeup Date: use the number keys to input your wakeup date
5. On Time: use number keys to set the wakeup time
6. Duration: Please set the duration (start – and end time) of the selected service
3.3.6 Firmware Informationen
If you select “Firmware Information” you will see the following screen:
This is for service purposes only.
3.3.7 Parental Lock
Parental Lock” allows protecting the main menu and the channels (which are previously marked
as “lock” in the Edit menu) with a PIN code. The default password is “0000”:
1. Parental Lock: Press [VOL4] to set “ON” to force a password entry for every menu you like
to enter. If you set “OFF” no password is required.
Sobald Sie das richtige Paßwort eingegeben haben, sieht der Bildschirm wie folgt aus:
2. Menu Lock: If the menu lock is set to "Yes", then you have every time you want to open the
menu, enter the password. When set to "No" to open the menu without previous password
entry.
3. Program Lock: When set to "Yes" you must enter a password to view the channels you have
not selected in the "channel" as blocked channels. When set to “No”, these channels can be
selected without first entering the password.
4. New Password: You can change the existing password. You should do this after the initial
establishment of the receiver and each time it do if you think you know your passwordauthorized persons. To change the password, enter the new password in the section "New
Password" and again to confirm it at the point "password". If the passwords do not match, you
have to enter it again. If you enter the same new password in both fields, the message
"Password changed successfully." Press "OK" to exit.
NOTE: The default password is 0000.
5. Press [EXIT] to leave the menu.
3.3.8 Factory Setting
If you enter Factory Settings you will see the following screen:
1.
If you select „YES“ the Receiver will be set to standard value as originally delivered. Please
make sure that you really want to do this!
2.
Press [EXIT] to leave the menu or select „NO“.
3.3.9 Common Interface
Receiving encrypted programs
Your unit is equipped with a "Common Interface" for the inclusion of a CI module. To receive
encrypted channels you must first insert a CI module with a valid smart card into slot provided.
Important:
Since the Common Interface has been placed inside the unit in order to prevent
thievery, and therefore is not accessible in closed condition from the outside, the
installation should only be done by trained service staff.
Now if an encrypted program is being set, your ProTUNE HD automatically checks the CI slot and
provides the encrypted program, if this program is part of an appropriate CI module with a valid
smart card.
To get more information on the CI module and the map, please select the following menu:
Please use [VOL4] to select the following menu:
Here you will get information about the Common Interface module and the Smart Card.
In order to move deeper into the menu level, select the button [VOL34] to exit, press [EXIT]
3.4
DVR Option
If you select “DVR Option” you will see following screen:
DISK MODE
Your ProTUNE HD is a PVR Ready Receiver (PVR = Personal Video Recorder), and therefore is
equipped
with
USB
2.0
for
an
external
hard
drive.
The recording capacity is dependent on the size of the connected hard disk or the USB drive and
the data volume of the broadcast material.
During the recording, in addition to the regular audio and video data, additional audio channels,
teletext data, and subtitles are being recorded, given that they are available on the certain
channel, and that they are activated.
1. Record
Select this to record the current program immediately, with just one keystroke.
2. Timer Record
Through this function, your ProTUNE HD will be turned on and off to record the selected program
in your absence on the hard disk or USB drive. The timer can be programmed either manually or
automatically.
3. Timeshift
With the time shift recording time-shifted television is possible. So you can, while the recording is
still running, already reflect this time lag.
NOTE!
For technical reasons it is not possible to receive two different channels at the same time.
3.4.1 DVR Manager
If you select “Record Manager” you will see following screen:
Here are the recordings made so far.
These can be locked with [Green] and by entering the four-digit PIN number, deleted using the
[Blue] button, or renamed by the [Red] button.
To play the recording, press the [OK]. The reproduction is successful, following display appears.
.
Elapsed time
Channel
Duration of
recording
3.4.2 Storage Format
Select "Storage Format" and the following screen appears:
By formatting the hard drive, the file system is renewed. This might be required if an error on the
hard disk was detected.
Warning!
Formatting will cause complete erasure of the hard drive, which means that all recordings and
mulitmedia files (e.g. MP3‘s) will be lost.
3.4.3 DVR Settings
If you select "DVR Settings", the following screen appears:
With the time shift recording, time-shifted television is possible. So you can, while the recording is
still running, already reflect this time lag.
At the time shift function, simultaneous playback and recording can be utilized. You can see the
beginning of the file, while pre-recorded passages (e.g. commercials) can be skipped. At the
same time the live signal of the recording continues.
1.
Set „time shift“ to „On“ by pressing [VOL4], which means that the possibility of time shift
functin is generally given.
2.
In addition, if you set the the option „Time Shift Recording“ to „On“ using [VOL4], it will enable
a permanent recording of the current channel.
3.
Toggle between the different host types by pressing [VOL4].
3.4.4 Diashow Settings
When you select “Diashow Settings” you will see the following screen:
You have the ability to reproduce images in a slideshow. Through this feature, the images will
automatically be played in sequence on the screen.
Press the button [VOL4] to select between "full" for full screen mode, or "real" for the original
size.
The slide show time determines the duration of each JPG or BMP file. These can be varied with
[VOL4].
If the slide show should start again from the beginning, press [VOL4] for "On", otherwise "Off"
Navigate within the menu with [CH56]. Select „Save“ by [OK] or „Cancel“. [Exit] to exit the
menu.
3.4.5 Storage
If you select “Storage” you will see the following screen:
You will receive a so-called root contained for the media stored on your external USB media.
To get that folder, press [OK].
•
Images
You can display images in JPG and BMP format on the ProTUNE HD. To view the files in the
Media Player, you can connect a USB device on which the JPGs and BMPs are stored, to the
USB socket on the receiver. The button [JPEG] will access the media player directly.
Preview
File Name
Resolution
File Size
Repeat with
button [2]
Select the desired image using the button [CH56], and then the image will be displayed in the
preview window. By pressing [OK], the JPG or BMP file will be displayed either in full screen or in
the original size, depending on the setting.
1.
List View
To select the list type within a folder. Select between music and pictures.
2.
Repeat
To select the repeat mode.
3.
Settings
Select default with the button [3], the following dialog appears:
4.
Sort
To sort within the file, select with button [4], the following dialog appears:
5.
All MP3
Use to create a list of all mp3 files in the current directory.
6.
All Images
Use to create a list of all jpg/bmp files in the current directory.
7.
All Files
Use to create a list of all files in the current directory.
•
Music
You can use the ProTUNE HD to play music tracks in MP3 format. To play the files with Media
Player, you can connect a USB device with MP3 content to the USB socket of the ProTUNE HD. You
can use the button [MP3] to access the media player directly.
Select the desired file with the buttons [CH56], and then the file will be displayed in the preview
window. By pressing [OK], the music file is played using the following dialogue.
Title
File Size
Duration
Repeat with
button [2]
Trick Mode
3.4.6 Remove Storage Safely
When you select “Remove Storage Media Safely” you will see following screen:
This way you avoid a possible data loss during improper removal of the USB medium.
4.
ASCII Remote Protocol
RS232 Protocol
19200 Baud
8 DataBit
No Parity
1 Stopbit
IP Protocol: IPV4
TCP/IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Every CMD start
with
ASCII-Escape
then the Tuner-ID Is ASCI 0
Defaultport
10001
ESC = 0x1b =27
0 = 0x30 = 48
the CMD
....
and stop with
ASCII – Carriage
Return
CR = 0xd = 13
For Example
Get Version:
‚ESC‘0FV? ‚CR‘
‚ESC‘0FV01.00‘CR‘
No. Command
To ProTUNE HD
From ProTUNE HD
1
ESC,0,F,B,?,CR
ESC,0,F,B,State,CR
Get IsBusy
To ProTUNE HD
Ask for Version
From ProTUNE HD Get Version 01.00
State = 1 if
Busy
when:
Initializing
Upgrade host
OTA Upgrade
Search Program
USB Upgrade
2
Get Time
ESC,0,F,T,?,CR
3
Set Time
4
Get Date
ESC,0,F,T,HZ,HE,
MZ,ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,F,D,?,CR
5
Set Date
ESC,0,F,D,DZ,DE,
MZ,ME,YZ,YE,CR
6
Get DispLight
ESC,0,F,L,?,CR
ESC,0,F,L,VZ,VE,CR
7
Set DispLight
ESC,0,F,L,CR
8
Get DispContr
ESC,0,F,L,VZ,VE,
CR
ESC,0,F,C,?,CR
9
Set DispContr
ESC,0,F,C,CR
10
Get Version
ESC,0,F,C,VZ,VE,
CR
ESC,0,F,V,?,CR
11
GetLastIrKey
ESC,0,F,I,?,CR
ESC,0,F,V,MZ,ME,.,M 01.00
Z,ME,CR
ESC,0,F,I,KEY,CR
See IrTable
12
Set IrKey
ESC,0,F,I,KEY,CR
ESC,0,F,I,CR
13
GetKeyLock
ESC,0,F,K,?,CR
14
SetKeyLock
15
GetPowerOn
ESC,0,F,K,STATE
,CR
ESC,0,F,S,?,CR
16
SetPowerOn
16
SetSleepTimer
ESC,0,F,K,STATE,CR State 0 =
UNLOCK
ESC,0,F,K,CR
State 1 =
LOCK
ESC,0,F,S,STATE,CR State 0 =
Power Off
ESC,0,F,S,CR
State 1 =
Power On
ESC,0,F,E,CR
Value = 0 off, 1
10, 2 30, 3 60,
4 90, 5 120
Minutes
ESC,0,F,S,STATE
,CR
ESC,0,F,E,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,F,T,HZ,HE,MZ, HHMMSS
ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,F,T,CR
ESC,0,F,D,DZ,DE,MZ DDMMYY
,ME,YZ,YE,CR
ESC,0,F,D,CR
0 - 31
ESC,0,F,C,VZ,VE,CR
0-7
17
SetFactoryReset
ESC,0,F,F,9,CR
ESC,0,F,F,CR
FactoryReset
18
GetTunerType
ESC,0,F,G,?,CR
ESC,0,F,G,V,CR
Value : 1 =
Satelite, 2 =
Cable, 3 =
Terrestrial
No. Command
To ProTUNE HD
From ProTUNE HD
19
ESC,0,F,A,?,CR
ESC,0,F,A,H0 ..
H11,CR
GetStatus
Get Status
Hex as ascii
- FF
0
Byte 0 : Status
Bit 7
Power On
Bit 6
Teletext On
Bit 5
Menü On
Bit 4
Mute On
Bit 3
Subtile On
Bit 2
Record On
Bit 1
USB Present
Bit 0
PVR On
Byte 1: Last IR-CMD
Byte 2: IR-Count 0 - 255
Byte 3: 0x03:
Tuner Locked
0x04:
No Signal
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte 4: Video Resulution
0x00:
By Source
0x01:
By Native
0x02:
480i
0x03:
480p
0x04:
576i
0x05:
576p
0x06:
720p_50
0x07:
720p_60
0x08:
1080i_50
0x09:
1080i_60
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte 5: TV Format
0x00:
AUTO
0x01:
16:9
0x02:
4:3LB
0x03:
4:3PS
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte 6: Audio Out
0x00:
LPCM
0x01:
BS
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte 7: Audio Channel
0x00:
STEREO
0x01:
MONO
0x02:
LEFT
0x03:
RIGHT
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte 8: Signal
0 - 100%
Byte 9: Quality
0 - 100 %
Byte
10:
HDMI Out
0x00:
AUTO
0x01:
RGBN
0x02:
RGBE
0x03:
YUV444
0x04:
YUV442
0xFF:
NOINFO
Byte
Audio PID channel
11:
Byte 12 ChanelNo
- 13:
Byte 14 FavGroup
:
Byte
1 = TV , 0 = Radio
15:
0 - 15
1-9999
0 - 255
No. Command
To ProTUNE HD
From ProTUNE HD
20
GetVolume
ESC,0,A,V,?,CR
ESC,0,A,V,Z,E,CR
0 - 63
21
SetVolume
ESC,0,A,V,Z,E,CR
ESC,0,A,V,CR
22
GetSenderID
ESC,0,P,P,?,CR
23
SetSenderID
24
GetSenderName
ESC,0,P,P,T,H,Z,E,
CR
ESC,0,P,N,?,CR
ESC,0,P,P,T,H,Z,E,C 1 - 9999
R
Programno
ESC,0,P,P,CR
25
GetStream
ESC,0,P,S,?,CR
26
GetInTime
ESC,0,P,I,?,CR
27
GetOutTime
ESC,0,P,O,?,CR
28
GetInfoDetailFirstBlock
ESC,0,P,D,?,CR
29
GetInfoDetailNextBlock
ESC,0,P,B,?,CR
30
GetNextStream
ESC,0,N,S,?,CR
31
GetNextInTime
ESC,0,N,I,?,CR
32
GetNextOutTime
ESC,0,N,O,?,CR
33
GetNextInfoDetailFirstBlock
ESC,0,N,D,?,CR
34
GetNextInfoDetailNextBlock
ESC,0,N,B,?,CR
35
GetPresetFirst
ESC,0,G,F,?,CR
36
GetPresetNext
ESC,0,G,N,?,CR
ESC,0,G,N,T,H,Z,E,N NAME =
AME,CR
Programmname
37
GetPresetPrev
ESC,0,G,P,?,CR
ESC,0,G,P,T,H,Z,E,N
AME,CR
38
StartAutoSearch
ESC,0,P,A,M,S,CR
39
GetTXTPage
ESC,0,T,P,?,CR
ESC,0,T,P,H,Z,E,CR 100 - 899
40
SetTXTUp
ESC,0,T,P,+,CR
ESC,0,T,P,CR
Next
41
SetTXTDwn
ESC,0,T,P,-,CR
ESC,0,T,P,CR
Prev
42
SetTXTPage
ESC,0,T,P,H,Z,E,CR
ESC,0,T,P,CR
100 - 899
ESC,0,P,N,ASCIINA
ME,CR
ESC,0,P,S,ASCIINA
ME,CR
ESC,0,P,I,HZ,HE,MZ,
ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,P,O,HZ,HE,M
Z,ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,P,D,T,H,Z,E,C
R
ESC,0,P,B,INFO,CR
ZDF
ESC,0,N,S,ASCIINA
ME,CR
ESC,0,N,I,HZ,HE,MZ,
ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,N,O,HZ,HE,M
Z,ME,SZ,SE,CR
ESC,0,N,D,T,H,Z,E,C
R
ESC,0,N,B,INFO,CR
Die Zahnfee
Die Zahnfee
HHMMSS
HHMMSS
Number of
Chars
Info max 120
Bytes each
block until "---"
HHMMSS
HHMMSS
Number of
Chars
Info max 120
Bytes each
block until "---"
ESC,0,G,F,T,H,Z,E,N T,H,Z,E =
AME,CR
Progammno 1 9999
Start
Autosearch
Programs
Mode > 0 = linear, 1 = NIT
Speicher > 0 = neu, 1 anfügen
No. Command
To ProTUNE HD
From ProTUNE HD
43
GetTXTState
ESC,0,T,S,?,CR
ESC,0,T,S,STATE,CR
44
SetTXTState
ESC,0,T,S,CR
45
GetMute
ESC,0,T,S,STATE
,CR
ESC 0,A,M,?,CR
46
SetMute
ESC,0,A,M,CR
47
SetAudioFormat
48
SetAudioChannel
ESC
0,A,M,STATE,CR
ESC,0,A,F,STATE
,CR
ESC,0,A,C,STATE
,CR
49
SetAudioPIDChange
ESC,0,A,P,Z,E,CR
ESC,0,A,P,CR
Change
AudioPID 0 - 10
50
SetHdmiOut
ESC,0,V,H,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,V,H,CR
Value = 0 Auto,1
RGB-N,2 RGBE, 3 YUV444,4
VUV422
51
SetFreeze
ESC,0,V,F,0,CR
52
SetZoom
ESC,0,V,Z,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,V,Z,CR
Value 0=1x,
1=2x, 2=4x,
3=6x, 4=8x,
5=12x, 6=16x
53
SetTvFormat
ESC,0,V,T,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,V,T,CR
Value = 0 Auto,
1 16/9 PS, 2
4/3LB, 3 4/3PS
54
SetVideoResulution
ESC,0,V,R,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,V,R,CR
Value = 0
BySource, 1
ByNativTV, 2
480i, 3 480p, 4
576i, 5 576p, 6
720p50, 7
720p60, 8
1080i50, 9
1080i60
55
SetSubtitle
ESC,0,V,S,CR
56
SetVideoformat
ESC,0,V,S,VALUE
,CR
ESC,0,V,V,VALUE
,CR
STATE = 0 Off,
1 On
VideoFormat = 0
YPbPr, 1 RGB
57
GetVideoformat
ESC,0,V,V,?,CR
ESC,0,V,V,VIDEOFO VideoFormat = 0
RMAT,CR
YPbPr, 1 RGB
ESC,0,A,M,CR
ESC,0,A,F,CR
ESC,0,A,C,CR
toggle ESC,0,V,F,CR
ESC,0,V,V,CR
STATE = 0 TXT
Off, 1 On
State = 0 Mute
Off, 1 Mute On
State = 0 Mute
Off, 1 Mute On
State = 0
LPCM, 1 BS
State = 0 Links,
1 Rechts, 2
Stereo , 3 Mon
Freeze
No. Command
To ProTUNE HD
58
ESC,0,R,T,No,Mo
de,Art,CT,CH,CZ,
CE,YZ,YE,MZ,ME
,DZ,DE,HZ,HE,mZ
,mE,DHZ,DHE,D
mZ,DmE,CR
SetRecTimer
From ProTUNE HD
ESC,0,R,T,CR
No = TimerNo (0
- 7)
Modus = 0 off, 1
once, 2 daily, 3
weekly
Art = 0 Channel,
1 Record
CT..CE =
ChannelID 0 9999
YZ,YE = Year
MZ,ME = Moth
DZ,DE = Day
HZ,HE = Hour
mZ,mE = Minute
DHZ,DHE =
Duration Hours
DmZ,DmE =
Duration Minutes
59
GetRecTimer
ESC,0,R,T,No,?,C
R
No = TimerNo (1
- 8)
ESC,0,R,T,No,Mode,
Art,YZ,YE,MZ,ME,D
Z,DE,HZ,HE,mZ,mE,
DHZ,DHE,DmZ,DmE
,StreamName,CR
No = TimerNo (1
- 8)
Modus = 0 off, 1
once, 2 daily, 3
weekly
Art = 0 Channel,
1 Record
YZ,YE = Year
MZ,ME = Moth
DZ,DE = Day
HZ,HE = Hour
mZ,mE = Minute
DHZ,DHE =
Duration Hours
DmZ,DmE =
Duration Minutes
Streamname
60
FormatUSBDevice
ESC,0,R,F,Mode,
CR
ESC,0,R,F,CR
Mode = 0 Formt
Fat, 1 Format
NTFS
61
SetTimeshiftEnable
ESC,0,R,S,CR
Mode = 0 Off, 1
On
62
GetTimeshiftEnable
ESC,0,R,S,Mode,
CR
ESC,0,R,S,?,CR
63
SetTimeshiftToRecord
ESC,0,R,R,CR
64
ESC,0,R,R,Mode,
CR
GetTimeshiftToRecord ESC,0,R,R,?,CR
65
SetRecordType
ESC,0,R,P,CR
66
GetRecordType
ESC,0,R,P,Mode,
CR
ESC,0,R,P,?,CR
67
SetSlideShowPicSize
ESC,0,S,S,Mode,
CR
ESC,0,S,S,CR
ESC,0,R,S,Mode,CR
Mode = 0 Off, 1
On
ESC,0,R,R,Mode,CR
Mode = 0 TS, 1
PS
ESC,0,R,P,Mode,CR
Mode = 0 Full
size, 1 Real size
(max 15 Byte)
5.
IR Table
IR-Table
ASCII 0 - t
IR_KEY_0
0
IR_KEY_1
1
IR_KEY_2
2
IR_KEY_3
3
IR_KEY_4
4
IR_KEY_5
5
IR_KEY_6
6
IR_KEY_7
7
IR_KEY_8
8
IR_KEY_9
9
IR_KEY_MENU
:
IR_KEY_UP
;
IR_KEY_DOWN
<
IR_KEY_SELECT
=
IR_KEY_BACK
>
IR_KEY_INFO
?
IR_KEY_LEFT
@
IR_KEY_RIGHT
A
IR_KEY_GUIDE
B
IR_KEY_GREEN
C
IR_KEY_RED
D
IR_KEY_YELLOW
E
DED_IR_KEY_BLUE
F
IR_KEY_AV
G
IR_KEY_PLAY
H
IR_KEY_STOP
I
IR_KEY_FW
J
IR_KEY_RW
K
IR_KEY_CODE
L
IR_KEY_MUTE
M
IR_KEY_ASTERIX
N
DED_IR_KEY_RAUTE
O
IR_KEY_CH_PLUS
P
IR_KEY_CH_MINUS
Q
IR_KEY_VOL_PLUS
R
IR_KEY_VOL_MINUS
S
IR_KEY_TXT
T
IR_KEY_TV
U
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
No Function
No Function
No Function
No Function
No Function
No Function
Works
Works
Works
Works
Works <->
IR-Table
IR_KEY_WWW
IR_KEY_AB
IR_KEY_PUP
IR_KEY_PDN
IR_KEY_FAV_PLUS
IR_KEY_FAV_MINUS
IR_KEY_HOME
IR_KEY_SUBT
IR_KEY_APP1
IR_KEY_APP2
IR_KEY_APP3
IR_KEY_REC
IR_KEY_POWER
IR_KEY_TVR
IR_KEY_EXIT
IR_KEY_EPG
IR_KEY_FAV
IR_KEY_AUDIO
IR_KEY_OK
IR_KEY_ZOOM
IR_KEY_PAUSE
IR_KEY_PVRLIST
IR_KEY_OPT
IR_KEY_PREV
IR_KEY_NEXT
IR_KEY_GOTO
IR_KEY_TS
IR_KEY_STEP
ASCII 0 - t
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
'
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 1
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
Remote Model 2
No Function
No Function
No Function
No Function
No Function
6.
Network Settings
6.1
Setting the IP-Address
In order to get to the Setup Menu, please proceed as follows:
-
Press the OK / SETUP
button, and keep pressed.
-
Switch on the unit using the mains switch on the rear.
The MAC-Address will now be indicated on the display.
You can toggle through the menu using the < / >
+
buttons.
Displayed menu entries can be changed using the up / down
+
The position of the cursor is changed using the OK and MENU
+
buttons.
buttons.
After finishing the IP settings, go to the menu item „Save and Reboot“, and press the OK button
IMPORTANT: If you enter the IP-Address of the ProTUNE HD in the webbrowser, you will get to
the website of the used X-Port module. Please don’t cange anything here!! Proceed
changes over the front panel only.
If you want to control using TCP/IP, the RS232-Interface should remain
unoccupied. It is not possible to use both networks at the same time (parallely).
The following menu entries can be found:
MAC
[00:20:4A:BA:70:E4]
DHCP
DeviceName
[ENABLE]/[DISABLE]
[ProtuneHD007]
IPAddress
[192.168.001.100]
Subnetmask
[255.255.255.000]
MAC-Address of
the ProTUNE HD
A name can be assigned
[Up]/[DWN] select
characters.
[Enter]/[Exit] Position
within name
Device address, if not DHCP.
[Up]/[DWN] select
Address assigned via DHCP is number. [Enter]/[Exit]
invisible. In this case
Position within address.
000.000.000.000 is indicated.
The address can be gathered
from DHCP-Server.
Selection of Subnetmask
Selectable are:
[255.255.255.248]
[255.255.255.240]
[255.255.255.224]
[255.255.255.192]
[255.255.255.128]
Gateway
[130.000.000.014]
Gateway address
DNSServer
[192.168.001.001]
DNS-Server address
PortNo
Save and
reboote
Default and
reboot
[10001]
[OK]
Used Port
Button [Enter]
[OK]
Button [Enter]
Reboot
[OK]
Button [Enter]
7.
[255.255.255.000]
[255.255.254.000]
[255.255.252.000]
[255.255.248.000]
[255.255.240.000]
[255.255.224.000]
[255.255.192.000]
[255.255.128.000]
[255.255.000.000]
[255.254.000.000]
[255.252.000.000]
[255.248.000.000]
[255.240.000.000]
[255.224.000.000]
[255.192.000.000]
[255.128.000.000]
[255.000.000.000]
[Up]/[DWN] Select
number. [Enter]/[Exit]
Position within address.
[000.000.000.000] =
Disable
[Up]/[DWN] Ziffer
auswählen.
[Enter]/[Exit] Position in
der Adresse.
[000.000.000.000] =
Disable
10001 = Default
All settings are being
saved.
Sets all settings to
„Default“ and saves
them
Rejects all settings.
Firmware Update
As soon as a updated firmware is available, it will be published on www.comm-tec.de, from which it can
be downloaded.
Please note that the ProTUNE HD requires two different firmwares (front panel and mainboard).
To execute a firmware update, proceed as follows:
7.1
Front Panel
To update the firmware of the front panel, use the program „FWLoaderProTUNE“, which can be found on
both our homepage as well as the product CD in scope of delivery. You’ll also need a crossed, serial
cable (RS-232).
7.2
Mainboard
The firmware of the mainboard must be updated via USB (e.g. USB-Stick)
The category “Upgrade per USB” can be found in „User Settings“.
If you have a USB 2.0 compatible Stick, or your USB hard drive is equipped with the lates
software, it can be selected with [VOL4], then select the upgrade file and confirm under „Start“
with [VOL4].
Note: Please follow the warning. Otherwise, date could be lost, and the ProTUNE HD might lose
its functionality.
8.
Technical Data
Type
Description
Cat.No.
ProTUNE HD / S
Professional, digital DVB HD Tuner
715011
Tuner module
Single DVB-S2 Tuner incl. Loop Through
F-Type, 75Ohm
950MHz~2150MHz
DVB-S and DVB-S2 Demodulation
MPEG Transport Stream A/V Decoding
Transportstream
MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818
Profile Level
MPEG2 SD, MPEG2 HD, H.264/AVC SD, H.264/AVC HD
Aspect ratio
4:3/16:9 Letter Box
TV Format
PAL / NTSC
Audio Decoding
Dolby Downmix
Audio Mode
Single channel/Dual channel/Joint Stereo/Stereo
Conditional Access System
Common Interface, 1 x CI Slot (inside unit)
Personal Video Recorder (PVR)
Connection
USB 2.0 for external hard drive or stick
Functions
Recording/ Playback (Trick Mode, FFW, RW, PLAY, PAUSE)
Timeshift
Video output
Analog
Digital
Composite (BNC), YUV-HD (3x BNC), Y/C
HDMI (Standard 1.3, HDCP Support, 9x EDID)
Audioausgang
Analog
Digital
unbalanced (2x Cinch) and balanced (1x 6-pol Phoenix plug)
S/P-DIF (optical / electrical), HDMI
Front Panel
Buttons
Display
OK/Setup, left, right, up, down, Menu/Exit, On/Stand By
LCD-Display, 2 lines with 24 digits each, bi-color, dimable.
Control
Frontpanel
IR Remote Control
RS-232 Interface, 9-pol Sub-D (male)
Ethernet-Interface, RJ45 (TCP/IP)
Power Supply
Universal Power Supply: 100-240 VAC / 50-60Hz
Power input: ca. 25W (with Single LNB) / ca. 3W (Standby)
431(483) mm x 44 mm x 270 mm (B x H x T), 19“, 1HE
3,5 kg
Metal, black
Quick Stard Guide, Power Cord, Infrared Remote Control
Measures
Weight
Housing
Scope of Delivery
A
ASCII Remote Protocol 46
Aspect Ratio 56
Audio 6
Audio Output
analog 4, 56
balanced 4
digital 4, 29, 56
electrical 4
AV-Receiver 4
Information 32
Update 54
Firmware Update
Front Panel 54
Mainboard 55
H
HDMI 4, 29
I
B
Basic Functions 6
C
Images 41
Installation 13
IP Address 53
IP Protocol 46
IR Remote Control 3
IR Table 51
L
Channel Number 6
Channel Search 19
Channels 20
delete all 26
edit 23
favorites 21
list 20
lock 21
move 22
rename favorites 25
skip 22
sort 23
Common Interface 35, 56
Control 56
IR Remote 5, 51
Network 4
RS232 4, 46
TCP/IP 4, 46, 53
LAN 4
Language 27
LNB
Frequency 13
Settings 13
short circuit 10
Local Time Settings 28
M
Measures 56
Menu 11, 13
Multi Picture 10
Music 43
N
D
Network Settings 53
Diashow 40
DiSEqC 14
Disposal 2
DVR 37, 39
Manager 38
Option 37
Settings 39
O
OSD 30
P
E
Electronic Program Guide 8
Encrypted Programs 35
EPG 7, 8
Parental Lock 32
Pay-TV 35
Pictures 41
Polarization 14
Power Input 4
Power Switch 4
F
Factory Setting 34
Favorites 6, 21
rename 25
Firmware 54
R
Radio 24
Recording 37, 38, 56
Remote Control 5
IR Table 51
RS232 4
Protocol 46
S
Safety 2
Satellite 9
add 15
delete 16
edit 14
Input 4
Satellite List 14
Screen Format 12
Search 11
Setup
Diashow 40
DVR (Recording) 39
language 27
LNB 13
Network 53
OSD 30
Parental Lock 32
time 28
Timer 30
TV System 29
Storage 41, 45
Subtitle 10
System Setup 27
Timer 30
TP List 16
add transponder 17
change satellite 16
delete transponder 18
edit 16
transponder scan 18
Transponder 14
list 16
Transportstream 56
TV Format 29
TXT 10
U
USB 4
V
Video Output
analog 4, 56
digital 4, 29, 56
HDMI 4
Y/C 4
YPbPr 4
Volume 6
Z
T
Zoom 11
Time Shift 39
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