Zoom 27575 User`s manual

Zoom 27575 User`s manual
High Definition IP Set-Top Box
ITB-3001
User’s manual
Version 1.0.0
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Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help.
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FCC Caution
To assure continued compliance (example-use only shielded interface cables
when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
Following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this Device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Radiation Exposure
Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. In order to avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC
radio frequency exposure limits, human proximity to the antenna shall not be
less than 20 cm (8 inches) during normal operation.
R&TTE Compliance Statement
This equipment complies with all the requirements of DIRECTIVE 1999/5/EC OF
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF 9 March 1999 on radio
equipment and telecommunication terminal Equipment and the mutual
recognition of their conformity (R&TTE)
The R&TTE Directive repeals and replaces in the directive 98/13/EEC
(Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and Satellite Earth Station Equipment)
As of April 8, 2000.
WEEE Regulation
To avoid the potential effects on the environment and human health as
a result of the presence of hazardous substances in electrical and
electronic equipment, end users of electrical and electronic equipment
should understand the meaning of the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol. Do not
dispose of WEEE as unsorted municipal waste and have to collect such WEEE
separately.
Safety
This equipment is designed with the utmost care for the safety of those who
install and use it. However, special attention must be paid to the dangers of
electric shock and static electricity when working with electrical equipment. All
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guidelines of this and of the computer manufacture must therefore be allowed at
all times to ensure the safe use of the equipment.
Revision
User’s Manual for High Definition IP Set-Top Box
Model: ITB-3001
Rev: 1.0 (Feb. 2010)
Part No. EM-ITB3001v1
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION .....................................................................6
1.1 Feature .......................................................................................6
1.2 Package Contents .........................................................................7
1.3 Physical Details ............................................................................7
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION .................................................................... 12
2.1 Getting Start.............................................................................. 12
CHAPTER 3 CONFIGURAITON ................................................................. 18
3.1 Wired Network Setup .................................................................. 18
3.1.1 DHCP................................................................................. 19
3.1.2 Static IP............................................................................. 20
3.2 File Sharing Configuration ............................................................ 21
CHAPTER 4 PLAY MEDIA ........................................................................ 24
4.1 USB Media................................................................................. 24
4.2 PC Media ................................................................................... 25
4.3 UPnP......................................................................................... 25
4.4 Playlist ...................................................................................... 25
4.5 Video Playback ........................................................................... 26
4.5.1 Full Screen Mode................................................................. 27
4.6 Music Playback ........................................................................... 28
4.7 Photo Playback........................................................................... 29
4.8 Thumbnail Mode ......................................................................... 30
4.9 Full Screen Mode ........................................................................ 31
CHAPTER 5 WEB SERVICE...................................................................... 33
5.1 BT Download.............................................................................. 33
CHAPTER 6 SETUP MENU ....................................................................... 36
6.1 Audio ........................................................................................ 36
6.2 Video ........................................................................................ 37
6.3 System ..................................................................................... 38
6.4 Other ........................................................................................ 39
APPENDIX A: TROUBLE SHOOTING ......................................................... 40
APPENDIX B: PRODUCT SPECIFICAITON .................................................. 41
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
High Definition IP Set Top Box ITB-3001is PLANET's latest IP STB that
supports videos up to High Definition (HD) 1080P formats. With the next
generation multimedia streaming technology, home users can enjoy high
quality videos entertainment without having to go to video rental stores or
even use Pay-Per-View.
The ITB-3001offers DLNA / UPnP AV services, based on MPEG-4/H.264/DTS
compression technology to reach wider audience or achieve higher density of
service that thus increases bandwidth efficiency. The IP STB allows the users
to enjoy IP multicast video and home networking service.
IP Set-top Box is advanced customer premises equipment (CPE) device for
delivering streaming video, audio, and IPTV directly from Internet to Teclos
subscribers. The ITB-3001is designed to meet service provider's deployment
requirements for IP-based multimedia service delivery and it is easy to be
installed even by subscribers. Once the UPnP connection is set up, you can
huddle on the sofa using supplied remote control to search and enjoy your
favorite IPTV, Video, and Music in your home networking.
The PLANET IP Set-Top Box guarantees the best multimedia experience for
its users with the advanced features such as real RMVB and DivX. In addition
to its super analog video and audio outputs, the ITB-3001also provides HDMI
component outputs and Dolby digital to enable the users to enjoy high
definition video.
1.1 Feature
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Dolby Digital, DTS Compliant
UPnP AV, DLNA AV Compliant
Multicast IPTV & Video-on-Demand (VoD)
Broadcast TV & Time-Shift TV
Integrated HDMI & Full HD (1080P) TV
Electronic Program Guide and Digital rights management
User-friendly Graphical On-Screen Menu
Supports Multiple file formats
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z
Built-In BitTorrent download engine and Internet Media such as RM/RMVB,
DivX, etc
1.2 Package Contents
Š ITB-3001 Unit x 1
Š Quick Installation Guide x 1
Š CD-ROM x 1 (Include Quick Guide and User Manual)
Š Remote Controller x 1
Š Battery (AAA) x 2
Š Power Adapter x 1
Š RJ-45 Cable x 1
Š AV Cable (RCA) x 1
1.3 Physical Details
Top Panel
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Front Panel
Rear Panel
Rear Panel Port and Button Definition
No. Connector
A
Audio
L-/RVIDEO
B
Y/Pb/Pr
C
S-PDIF
Description
Use AV cable to connect to the VIDO IN/ AUDIO L/R IN
jacks on the TV sets or Home Entertainment systems in
your home in your home by using VIDEO
(Yellow)/AUDIO L (White)/R (Red) cables.
Connect to a Y/Pb/Pr-compatible display using three
video (Y/Pb/Pr) and two audio jacks (AUDIOL/R),
through a component video cable with green, blue, and
red connectors.
Using an optical digital audio (also called S/PDIF) cable
to connect to S-PDIF port of the TV sets or Home
Entertainment systems in your home.
D
HDMI
Connects to the HDMI jack on the display, a single cable
transmits both audio and video data.
E
LAN
Connects to the Ethernet cable with RJ-45 Ethernet
connector.
F
USB
Plug the supported USB devices into USB ports, such as
USB hard drives, cameras, and camcorders dongles.
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G
DC IN
Connects to the DC power adapter.
Remote Controller
Keypad Definition
No.
Description
Connector
A
POWER
Turn on/ off system
B
MUTE
Mute/ Resume audio
C
NUMERS
0-9 number keys for selecting
desired options.
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D
GOTO
Video/movie chapter selection.
E
INFO
Display the information of
media files while in play mode.
F
BACK
Return to the previous display.
G
VOL
H
CANNEL
I
HOME
Volume up (0-28), default is
16; Volume down (0-28),
default is 16.
Channel up/Channel down.
Hot key to the main OSD menu.
REPEAT
Press once to mark desired
repeat point A, press again to
mark desired repeat point B,
and press yet again to turn this
feature off.
Enable/disable repeat of file
playback.
ANGLE
Switch DVD display angles.
REPEAT A-B
J
DVD MENU
K
Navigate
Buttons
L
OK
M
ASPECT
N
SETUP
O
SUBTITLE
Show DVD Menu.
Navigate through menu screen
or media
libraries.
Confirm or select.
Pan Scan 4:3 /Letter Box 4:3 /
Wide Screen16:9/ Full Screen.
Enter setup menu.
Switch subtitle files.
P
PREV / NEXT
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Media Scan Backward/Forward
during audio/video playback.
Supports the following speeds:
1x, 1.5×, 2×, 4×, 8×, 16×,
32×.
PLAY/PAUSE
Play media / Pause media.
PREV
Media Skip Previous.
NEXT
Media Skip Next.
STOP
Stop playback and return to the
previous
Screen.
Slow motion through video
playback.
SLOW MOTION
Q
L/R
R
AUDIO
S
Supports the following speeds:
1x, 3/4×, 1/2×, 1/4×,1/8×,
1/16×.
Switch Left/Right speaker.
Switch audio outputs.
Enlarge image on video mode (,
2x, 3x, 4x, 8x). Reduce image
on video mode
ZOOM
(4/5x, 3/4x, 2/3x,
1/2x).Enlarge image on photo
mode(Fit, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x)
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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION
This chapter offers information about installing your IP Set-Top Box. If you
are not familiar with the hardware or software parameters presented here,
please consult your service provider for the values needed.
2.1 Getting Start
This chapter shows you how to configure these steps to connect ITB-3001,
and the following figure is the Rear Panel of IP Set-Top Box.
Connection Diagram
Following is a connection example with network and UPnP devices.
Match the cables to the connections on your TV or display. Your choices of
connection include:
Cable
Description
HDMI
For both audio and video output
Composite (AV)
For composite video (yellow) and stereo audio
(white and red)
Y/Pb/Pr (RGB)
For component video output
S/PDIF
For audio output
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Make sure you have the appropriate cables for connecting. Take care to
watch the colors of the plugs on the cable.
Step1: REAR PANEL-IDENTIFY CONNECTOR LOCATION
Step2: TO SELECT VIDEO OUTPUT BY HDMI, OR AV CABLE
2-1. Connect via HDMI
"Note
HDMI cable is not bundle in the package
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2-2. Connect via Y/Pb/Pr or Composite Video cable (with Audio
cable)
2-2-1. Connect via Y/Pb/Pr cable
"Note
Y/Pb/Pr cable is not bundle in the package
2-2-2. Connect via AV cable
"Note
RCA Audio is also available for audio output
2-2-3. Connect via S/PDIF cable
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"Note
S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format and it is
not bundle in the package
Step3: CONNECT ETHERNET CONNECTOR
Step4: CONNECT USB DEVICES IF AVAILABLE
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"Note
The USB cable is not bundle in the package
Step5: CONNECT POWER ADAPTER
Step6: INSTALL BATTERIES IN REMOTE CONTROL
Step7: TURN ON THE ITB-3001
1. When DC power applied, the red LED light indicates standby mode.
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2. To turn on the device, press Power button.
3. The blue LED light indicates Power on.
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CHAPTER 3 CONFIGURAITON
3.1 Wired Network Setup
Network Connections: needed only when using “PC Media”, “Download
Media” and “YouTube TV” features.
If your wired network equipment such as the IP Sharing router or AP (Access
Point), uses DHCP to assign IP address, by default the ITB-3001 will
automatically request the IP and other related information to set up ITB-3001
over the network in DHCP mode (under Setup> Network >Wired).
If your network does not have DHCP server, switch to the Static IP mode
(under Setup> Network >Wired) and set up various parameters manually.
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3.1.1 DHCP
Button
Description
Step1: To access “Setup” on the main menu.
Select “Network”.
+
Step 2: Select “Wired” on the Network menu.
Select “DHCP”.
+
Step 3: Select Yes to implement DHCP network setting.
ITB-3001 will automatically receive its IP address from
a DHCP sever that is built into the access point or IP
sharing router.
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3.1.2 Static IP
Button
Description
Step1: Select “Wired” on the Network menu.
+
Select “Static IP”.
Step 2: Input the value IP Address, Subnet mask,
Gateway, and DNS text box respectively.
+
"Note
Please acquire information of these setting values from
your ISP (Internet Service Provider) first.
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3.2 File Sharing Configuration
To activate this feature, please make sure:
z
z
The ITB-3001 is connected to the network;
The network is properly set up. For more information on this part, please
refer to “Step 2” in “Setting up ITB-3001” section, and “Network” under
“Setup Menu”.
To allow the ITB-3001 to access folders on your computer, you need:
1) ITB-3001 already connected to the network
2) To designate the folders/files on your PC as shared resources.
Please refer to Microsoft’s official website:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/homenet.m
spx to see the initial and detailed process of Home Network Setup in Windows
XP. Please refer to the following instructions to allow the ITB-3001 to access
the shared folders on the remote PC.
Step1: Right click on the folder to be shared and select Sharing and
Security.
Step2: If this is the first time you intend to share a folder, Windows XP will
prompt a warning message, urging you to use the Network Setup Wizard for
safety purpose. Choose to either run the Wizard or do it yourself. XP will
display another warning. If you want the firewall enabled, select Use the
wizard to enable file sharing. Otherwise, select enable file sharing.
"Note
File sharing may lead to security problems since, by definition, it
gives other users access to the content of a part of the hard
drive. As a result, it is essential that you share only folders for
which it would not be extremely important if their contents are
revealed.
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Step 3: You may now specify a “Share Name”, which will be used for users
on the network to access the shared folder. The icon of the shared folder will
be changed to showing a hand holding the folder.
If your operating system is Windows Vista, please refer to the following
instructions:
1. Open the Control Panel and then open Network and Sharing Center.
2. Click the down arrow to the right of File Sharing to expand it.
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3.
Click Turn on file sharing and then click Apply.
You may also refer to Setup menu on the OSD screen of ITB-3001 to select
wired connection.
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CHAPTER 4 PLAY MEDIA
Button
Description
Enter OSD Menu > Play Media
+
+
Under Play Media, select the media source from USB
Device/ PCs/ UPnP/ Playlist.
+
Open your selected folders. There will a folder/file
list on the left.
Play the selected video/music/photo file.
4.1 USB Media
ITB-3001 searches and plays all available images, music and video files on
the external device with USB interface automatically.
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4.2 PC Media
Connect ITB-3001 to your PC using a USB 2.0 cable. By connecting your PC in
the Local Area Network, you can play the media files from the remote PCs.
Please confirm the network settings and sharing files setup have been
finished successfully. (See Chapter 3 for more information.)
4.3 UPnP
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) allows you to connect UPnP-enabled devices
(available on the network) and share their content with the media player.
When you enter UPnP application, ITB-3001 will automatically detect the PCs
inside LAN. Please make sure that your PC supports Windows Media Player
Version 11 and higher. Due to compatibility issue, some PCs may not be able
to support UPnP.
4.4 Playlist
Playlist allows you select a sequence of music, photo and video files stored on
the HDD. You can configure any sequence of music, photos, and video files to
create a playlist.
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Button
+
Description
Add to Playlist Select/cancel the files which will be added.
Edit
Rename/delete file.
For the files added to the playlist, ITB-3001 will separate the
media files by video/music/photo tags.
"Note
4.5 Video Playback
Button
Description
Enter Play Media > Video Playback.
Navigate the media file you want to play.
The preview window will show the
highlighted video.
Edit
Rename /Delete file.
Add to Playlist
Add selected file to Playlist
Back
Return to previous display.
+
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Full screen mode.
4.5.1 Full Screen Mode
Button
Description
Play/pause selected file.
Rewind/Forward
Slow motion.
Return to previous file.
Go to next file.
Zoom
Zoom in/out on photos or movies.
Volume
Increase/decrease the volume.
Mute
Mute the sound.
GOTO
Video/movie chapter selection.
Subtitles
Switch subtitle files.
Info
Display the infor of media files in play mode.
Audio
Switch audio outputs.
L/R
Enable/disable Left/Right speaker.
Stop playback and leave full screen mode.
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4.6 Music Playback
Button
Description
Enter Play Media > Music Playback
Navigate the media file you want to play. The
preview window will show the file details of
highlighted file.
Edit
+
Rename /Delete file.
Add to Playlist Add selected file to Playlist.
Back
Back to previous display.
Play selected file.
Play/pause selected file.
Fast forward.
Rewind.
Previous file.
Next file.
Volume
Increase/decrease the volume.
Mute
Mute the sound.
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Info
Display the infor of media files in play mode.
Stop playback and return to the previous
display
PS Music will continue playing as background music when you leave MUSIC
PLAYBACK menu. Press
to stop playing.
4.7 Photo Playback
Button
Description
Enter Play Media > Photo Playback
Navigate the media file you want to play. The
preview window will show the file details of
highlighted file.
Edit
Rename /Delete file.
+
Add to Playlist Add selected file to Playlist.
Thumbnail mode.
Back
Back to previous display.
Full screen mode.
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4.8 Thumbnail Mode
Button
Description
Full screen mode.
Back
Back to previous display.
Previous page.
Next page.
First page.
Last page.
Leave thumbnail mode.
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4.9 Full Screen Mode
Button
Description
Rotate the viewing picture counterclockwise
Rotate the viewing picture clockwise.
Info
Display the infor of media files in play mode.
Leave full screen mode.
PS You can choose the preferred slide show effects in Setup menu. If you’d
like to turn off the function, please enter Setup > Other> Transition
Effect.
EDIT FUNCTION
Button
Cancel
Description
Back to main OSD display.
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Rename
Rename the selected file.
Delete
Delete the selected file.
Add to Playlist
Add selected file to Playlist.
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CHAPTER 5 WEB SERVICE
5.1 BT Download
To activate this feature, please make sure:
z
z
The ITB-3001 is connected to the network;
The network is properly set up. For more information on this part, please
refer to “Step 2” in “Setting up ITB-3001” section, and “Network” under
“Setup Menu”.
BitTorrent is the leading and the most common peer-to-peer file-sharing
communications protocol. The ITB-3001’s built-in BitTorrent client/engine
allows this product to download media files to the external USB device or to
the remote PC. This BT download process is computer-free. First, you need to
prepare at least one USB hard drive with at least 20GB of free capacity, in the
format of NTFS or EXT-3, and connect it to the USB port on the front panel of
the ITB-3001.
"Note
Please do not download illegal files or contents.
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Step 1: Connect external USB device into ITB-3001 USB port.
Step 2: If your external hard drive has not been formatted, the warning
message “This action will erase all data on the device. Are you sure to
continue?” will appear to remind you to format your hard drive. Press
+
to select Yes to format your USB storage device. It may take up to
several minutes, according to the size of your USB device.
Step 3: A message will pop up to ask you to choose either the external hard
drive or the remote PC as the media download destination. Press
+
to select one for the .torrent seeds.
"Note
Please make sure torrent seeds are already imported to the
external hard drive or on the network PC before downloading
media files associated with the .torrent seeds to your PC or USB
devices. Files cannot be downloaded if there is less than 10% of the
capacity left on the USB drive.
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Step 4: Press
+
to select .torrent files to download, and then
you can see the download process page. To ensure the system’s efficiency,
only 3 download tasks will take place simultaneously, and each .torrent file
will be downloaded in sequence. You can also press
adjust the priority of the download files.
USB devices, see USB Media menu.
+
To see the downloaded files in your
For more information on Download Media Step-by-Step, please visit
www.planet.com.tw .
"Note
When you remove the HDD/USB device, a window will pop up
and show message “Warning! BT HDD has been removed, the
system will restart”.
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CHAPTER 6 SETUP MENU
Button
Description
Cancel
Back to main OSD display.
Rename
Rename the selected file.
Delete
Delete the selected file.
Add to Playlist
Add selected file to Playlist.
6.1 Audio
Button
Description
Enter “Audio” setup menu.
+
+
Select the item for adjustment.
Confirm the change.
Return to previous display.
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Item
Options
Night Mode
On/Off
HDMI LPCM
Digital Output
HDMI RAW
SPDIF LPCM
SPDIF RAW
L/R
Change Audio L/R
L/L
R/R
6.2 Video
Button
Description
Enter “Audio” setup menu.
+
+
Select the item for adjustment.
Confirm the change.
Return to previous display.
Item
Options
Pan Scan 4:3
Aspect Ratio
Letter Box 4:3
16:9
Full Screen
HDMI Auto
NTSC
480P
Resolution
576P
720P 50HZ
720P 60HZ
1080i 50HZ
1080i 60HZ
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1080P 50HZ
1080P 60HZ
6.3 System
Button
Description
Enter “Audio” setup menu.
+
+
Select the item for adjustment.
Confirm the change.
Return to previous display.
Item
Options
English
Menu Language
Traditional Chinese
Español
Français
Simplified Chinese
Text Encoding
Unicode (UTF 8)
Simplified Chinese (GBK)
Traditional Chinese (BIG5)
Big
Subtitle Size
Moderate
Small
System info
Software Update
N/A
Online Update
USB Update
Default Setting
Cancel/OK
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6.4 Other
Button
Description
Enter “Audio” setup menu.
+
+
Select the item for adjustment.
Confirm the change.
Return to previous display.
Item
Slide Show Timer
Transition Effect
Options
Off/2,5,10,30 Seconds/1,2 Minutes
Off/Cross Fade/Left to Right/Top to
Bottom/Waterfall/Snake/Dissolve/Strip
Left Down/All Effect Shuffle
Background Music
Off/On
Screen Saver
Off/On
Movie Preview
Off/On
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APPENDIX A: Trouble Shooting
The following reference list represents situations that you may encounter,
and methods for remedy. Please refer to this checklist prior to contacting
qualified service personnel.
You can also visit the FAQ page on www.planet.com.tw
Symptom
No picture is displayed.
Remedy
z Check the power cord connection. Or connect
the power cord to another power outlet.
z Are the Component Y/Pb/Pr/ AUDIO L/R
cables or HDMI Cable loose or disconnected?
Make sure one of connections is correct.
z Try the “SOURCE” button on the remote
control of the external display/ TV, to select
the correct input source.
When entering “PC Media” z Check your wired connection to make sure
that it’s working properly. Use an Ethernet
menu, the available PC list is
LAN cable to connect from the Network jack of
not displayed.
the ITB-3001 to the network router or Access
Point.
z Check your Network Setting of the Setup
menu.
z Check the setting on the shared folder/file on
your computer.
On “USB Media” menu under z Check USB device is already firmly connected.
the main menu, no USB z Check the format of your USB drive: is it in
NTFS/EXT-3 format?
device is searched.
The BT multimedia files can’t z For BitTorrent, users need to set up port
forwarding on the TCP range 6881-6890 of
be downloaded.
Access Point or IP sharing.
z Your Internet bandwidth will limit BT
download speed
z BT is a peer- to-peer download technology. It
requires more people or torrents to share the
files at the same time.
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APPENDIX B: Product Specificaiton
Product
High Definition IP Set-Top Box
Model
ITB-3001
Hardware Specification
Video Output
Port
HDMI Auto(480p,720p,1080i,1080p), YPbPr and
Component Video
Audio Output Audio L/R
Ethernet
USB
1Ethernet:10/100Mbps, Half or Full Duplex, Autonegotiation, Auto MID/MID-X
1 USB 2.0 (Host External Storage support)
LED Indicators
1 Power LED light on front panel
1 Network LED light on front panel
Power Switch
1 Power On / Off Switch on front panel
Decoding
Up to 1080p(RMVB up to 720p)
Software Specification
Media
Video
Format
MPEG1 (AVI/MKV/TS/DAT/MPG/MPEG/VOB)
MPEG2
(MKV/DAT/MPG/MPEG/VOB/ISO/IFO/TS/TP)/M2TS
MPEG4 (AVI/MP4/MKV/MOV/WMV/ASF)
DivX 3/4/5/6、Xvid (AVI/MKV/MP4/MOV)
H.264/AVC (TS/AVI/MP4/MKV/MOV/FLV)/M2TS
VC-1 (TS/AVI/ASF/WMV)/M2TS
WMV9 (ASF/WMV)
Real Video 8/9/10 (RM/RMVB), up to 720p
Audio
MPEG I Layer 1,2,3(2-CH) and MPEG II Layer 1,2
(Multi-Channel)
LPCM,ADPCM,FLAC,AAC,WAV and OGG Vorbis
Dolby® Digital Plus / AC3
Supports 7.1 / 5.1 down mix to 2 channel outputs
DTS 2.0 + Digital Out®
Supports 7.1 down mix to 2 channel outputs
RA1/RA-cook/RA-lossless
WMA
Photo
HD JPEG with unlimited resolution
GIF
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PNG
BMP
TIF
TIFF
Subtitle
SRT, SMI, SUB, SSA, and IDX+SUB
EXT3
Reading Storage File NTFS
FAT16/32
System
HFS+
Writing Storage File EXT3
NTFS
System
Environmental
Dimension (W x D x
H)
204× 145× 40 mm
Weight
420 g
Cables
AV Cable (RCA) x 1
RJ-45 Cable x 1
Power
12V DC, 2A
Operating Temp.
0 ~ 45 Degree C
Storage Temp.
-25 ~ 55 Degree C
Operating Humidity
80 % RH Non-condensing
Storage Humidity
80 % RH Non-condensing
Emission
FCC, CE
42
EC Declaration of Conformity
For the following equipment:
*Type of Product
*Model Number
: High Definition IP Set-Top Box
: ITB-3001
* Produced by:
Manufacturer‘s Name : Planet Technology Corp.
Manufacturer‘s Address : 11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility
(2004/108/EC).
For the evaluation regarding the Electromagnetic Compatibility, the following standards were
applied:
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EN 55024
IEC 61000-4-2 Edition 1.2
IEC 61000-4-3 Edition 3.0
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5 Edition 2.0
IEC 61000-4-6 Edition 2.2
IEC 61000-4-8 Edition 1.1
IEC 61000-4-11 Second Edition
(2006, Class B)
(2006, Class A)
(1995 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2005)
(1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003)
(2001-04)
(2006)
(2004)
(2005)
(2006)
(2001-03)
(2004-03)
Responsible for marking this declaration if the:
⌧ Manufacturer
Authorized representative established within the EU
Authorized representative established within the EU (if applicable):
Company Name:
Planet Technology Corp.
Company Address:
11F, No.96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C
Person responsible for making this declaration
Name, Surname
Position / Title :
Taiwan
Place
Jonas Yang
Product Manager
26th Jan., 2010
Date
Legal Signature
PLANET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
e-mail: [email protected]
http://www.planet.com.tw
11F, No. 96, Min Chuan Road, Hsin Tien, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel:886-2-2219-9518 Fax:886-2-2219-9528
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