User`s manual | AVerMedia Technologies tv box DVR User Manual

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FCC NOTICE
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a commercial,
industrial or business environment. This equipment can generate, use and radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction, 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 :
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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.
CAUTION ON MODIFICATIONS
To comply with the limits for the Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules, this device must be
installed in computer equipment certified to comply with the Class B limits. All cables used to connect the computer
and peripherals must be shielded and grounded. Operation with non-certified computers or non-shielded cables may
result in interference to radio or television reception.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
CE NOTICE
This is a Class B product.
DISCLAIMER
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is made with respect to the contents of this documentation,
its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose. Information presented in this
documentation has been carefully checked for reliability; however, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. The
information contained in this documentation is subject to change without notice.
In no event will AVerMedia be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of
the use or inability to use this product or documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
TRADEMARKS
AVerMedia and AVerTV are registered trademarks of AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. IBM PC is a registered
trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer,
Inc. Microsoft is a registered trademark and Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other products or
corporate names mentioned in this documentation are for identification and explanation purposes only, and may be
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form by any means without
the written permission of AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc.
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Contents
Introduction.............................................................................................1
What’s in the Package.......................................................................1
The AVerMedia AVerTV Box Unit...................................................2
The Touch Button Control Panel .......................................................2
Infrared Sensor.................................................................................2
Connection Ports ..............................................................................3
Installation and Setup ...........................................................................4
Connecting the VGA/MAC monitor or LCD Projector .......................4
Connecting the Computer..................................................................4
Connecting the Antenna....................................................................5
Connecting an Audio Cable...............................................................5
Connecting the External Amplified Speaker.......................................5
Connecting the Power Adapter..........................................................5
Connecting a Video Source ...............................................................6
Composite Video..........................................................................6
S-Video........................................................................................6
Analog Composite Video(Y,PB,PR) ................................................6
Connecting to a Video Output Device................................................6
Using the AVerMedia AVerTV Box..................................................7
Using AVerMedia AVerTV Box for the First Time...........................7
Accessing TV Controls ......................................................................7
The Remote Control..........................................................................7
Calling Up a Menu Display ............................................................8
Fine Tuning ................................................................................10
Switching the Background Sound .................................................10
Choosing the Video Source ..........................................................10
Switching the TV Source ..............................................................10
Changing the Display Mode.........................................................11
Channel Presetting ......................................................................11
Autoscan................................................................................11
Scan All Frequency................................................................11
Channel Remapping.....................................................................12
Area Selection..............................................................................13
Selecting the OSD Language........................................................13
Customizing the Picture Setting....................................................13
Switching the PIP Border.............................................................14
Changing the Color of the PIP Border..........................................14
Restoring the Default Channel and Picture Setting .......................14
Using Teletext (option) .........................................................................15
Teletext Control Buttons .................................................................15
Viewing Teletext ..............................................................................15
Selecting a Teletext Page................................................................16
LIMITED WARRANTY..........................................................................17
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the AVerMedia® AVerTV Box!
With the AVerMedia AVerTV Box, you can turn your VGA/Mac monitor or LCD
projector into a TV with or without even having to turn on your computer. Just plug it
into your monitor or LCD projector and you’re ready to watch TV or play video games.
AVerTV Box is completely plug-n-play. There is no software driver required.
What’s in the Package
Your AVerMedia® AVerTV Box package contains the following items:
AVerMedia AVerTV Box
with vertical stand
This User’s Manual
Power Adapter
Audio Cable
Remote Control
(with batteries)
VGA Cable
Optional Accessories:
Monitor Adapter
for MAC
Computer Adapter
for MAC
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The AVerMedia  AVerTV B OX Unit
Touch Button Control Panel
The Touch Button Panel found on the top side of the AVerTV Box provides
quick access to commonly used functions.
POWER
Turn the unit on /off
AV/PC
Press this button to toggle between
TV/Video and PC display
POWER
AV/PC
VOLUME
VOLUME
Press the LEFT button to decrease
and RIGHT button to increase the
volume level
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
Press the LEFT button to go down
and RIGHT button to go up to the
next TV channel line up
Infrared Sensor
When using the remote control, aim it at the Infrared Sensor which is
located at the front panel of the AVerTV Box.
INFRARED REMOTE SENSOR
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Connection Ports
The port connectors allow connection of your TV antenna, PC, VGA/Mac
monitor or LCD projector, speakers, video, s-video, or analog composite
video source etc.
Left & Right Audio2 In
Video2 In
Speaker Connection
S-Video
TV
Antenna
Power
Adapter
VGA Out
to monitor
VGA In
from PC
Analog Composite Video Input
Speaker Connection
AVerMedia AVerTV Box Back Panel
Left & Right
Audio1 In
Video1 In
Video Out
Audio Out
AVerMedia AVerTV Box Front Panel
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Installation and Setup
Connecting the VGA/ Mac monitor or LCD Projector
Connect the monitor cable or the VGA extension cable (not supplied) to the
AVerTV Box VGA OUT port. For MAC, use a monitor adapter (optional) to
make the connection.
VGA Monitor
Mac Monitor
Monitor Adapter
(optional)
VGA Cable
(not supplied)
LCD PROJECTOR
Connecting the Computer
You can use AVerTV Box with or without using the computer. To switch to
PC anytime or watch in PIP (picture in picture), connect the supplied VGA
cable to the AVerTV Box VGA IN port and to your computer's VGA card
(the terminal where your monitor connects to the PC). For MAC, use a
computer adapter (optional).
VGA IN Cable
(supplied)
IBM Compatible PC
Computer Adapter
(optional)
Macintosh
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Connecting the Antenna
Attach the antenna or cable TV to
the ANT port of AVerTV Box.
TV Antenna (75 Ω)
Connecting an Audio Cable
Sound Card
STEREO
CONNECTOR
Audio Cable
(supplied)
Plug the stereo end of the supplied audio cable
to your sound card LINE OUT port and
the other two RCA connectors to the
AUDIO2 IN port of AVerTV Box.
RCA CONNECTORS
NOTE: This type of connection allows you to
have audio at all times and to adjust
the volume from the AVerTV Box. For
audio pass through connection, make
sure the AVerTV Box is powered on
or in standby mode.
Connecting the External Amplified Speaker
Connect the speaker to the SURROUND port to
have a 3D Surround Sound effect. If you
have additional external amplified
speaker, you may connect it to
the SPEAKER port of
AVerTV Box.
External Amplified Speaker
(for 3D Surround Sound Effect)
Connecting the Power Adapter
External Amplified Speaker
Wall
Outlet
Power
Adapter
Connect the supplied power
adapter to the DC IN port of AVerTV Box
then plug it into a standard AC power outlet.
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Example:
Connecting a Video Source
Video & Audio Cable
(not supplied)
Composite Video: Connect a video
cable (not supplied) to the video out
of the video device and to the
AVerTV Box VIDEO IN port.
Camcorder
Video Game (e.g. N i n t e n d®o ,
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Sega, Dreamcast,
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& PlayStation2)
To Video Out and Left/Right Audio Out
of Composite Video Source
VCR
Connect an audio cable to
the left & right audio out of
the video device and to the AVerTV Box left & right AUDIO1 IN ports.
Example:
S -Video: Connect an
s -video cable (not supplied)
to the s-video out of the video
device and to the AVerTV Box
S-VIDEO IN port. If your video
player supports s-video, use
this type of connection as
s-video provides better
picture quality than
composite video.
Camcorder
Video Game
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(e.g. Nintendo, Sega,
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Dreamcast, & PlayStation2)
To S-Video Out of Video Source
VCR
S-Video Cable
(not supplied)
Example:
Analog Composite Video (Y,PB,PR ):
Connect the analog composite video
DVD Player
Analog Composite Video Input
cable (not supplied) to the Y,PB,PR out of
(not supplied)
the video component source and to the AVerTV Box Y,PB,PR port.
If you are using the Video2, S-Video or Analog composite video (Y,PB,PR),
the audio must be connected to the AUDIO2 IN port.
Connecting to a Video Output Device
You can output the video
signal from your TV
antenna or video source
Example:
(like the camcorder) to a
Television
Video Capture
receiving device. The receiving
Card
VCR
device can be a TV monitor, VCR,
(for recording)
video capture card, etc. Simply
Video & Audio Cable
To Video In and Left/Right Audio In
connect the receiving device to the
of Composite Video Source
AVerTV Box VIDEO OUT port and left & right AUDIO OUT ports.
NOTE : The AVerTV Box provides composite video output only.
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Using the AVerMedia  AVerTV Box
Using AVerMedia ® AVerTV Box for the First Time
When you power on the AVerMedia ® AVerTV Box for the first time, it will
automatically proceed to the Set Area of Setup Menu no. 2. Since TV
signals vary in different countries, you need to select the appropriate signal.
Refer to the table below for country signals.
NTSC-M
USA-STD
USA-HRC
USA-IRC
TAIWAN
JAPAN
SECAM-DK
RUSSIA
UKRAINE
SECAM-L
FRANCE
PAL -I
UK
HK
PAL -BG
HUNGARY
EUROPE
ITALY
AUSTRALIA
ZAHAV
MATAV
GVANIM
IDAN
PAL -DK
POLAND-1
POLAND-2
POLAND-3
CZECH
CHINA
Each column in the table above corresponds to a different type of TV system.
Only one of these TV systems (only one column) will appear as your Set Area
the first time you power on the AVerTV Box. Make sure that you select the
correct country signal from the menu.
To ensure that you can select and watch all active channels, refer to the section
Channel Presetting on how to automatically scan and memorize all active TV
channels in your area.
Accessing TV Controls
To access the various TV controls, open up the menu displays or press on
the remote control buttons.
The Remote Control
The figure on the next page shows a clear layout of the remote control unit.
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AV/PC
To toggle between
TV/Video or PC display
TV/VIDEO
Switch between TV or Video
POWER
Turn the AVerTV
BOX on/off
CHANNEL
Go up or down to the
next TV channel line up
NUMBER BUTTONS
To select a TV channel
100
Press this button first for
cable channels over 100
VOLUME
Increase/Decrease
volume level
TELETEXT(for Europe)
Press to view teletext *
SLEEP
To automatically turn off
AVerTV BOX after 5,10,20,30,
60,90 or 120 minutes
SURROUND
Press this button to have a
surround sound effect.
PICTURE IN PICTURE
Allows you to watch TV or Video
while you work on your PC
* The TV screen display always
remain on top.
QUICK ACCESS &
POSITIONING CONTROL
* Use the Left and Right buttons to
decrease and increase volume level
* Use the Up and Down buttons to go
to the next or previous active channel
* In PIP mode, use these buttons
to move the frame around the screen
* Adjust the setting of the MENU functions
CHANNEL RETURN
Go to the previously
selected channel
DISPLAY
Display information
MTS (for NTSC-M of page 7)
If channel offers multilanguage function, press
this function to toggle
between languages.
MUTE
To turn off /on the sound
PREVIEW
Continuously display the
next consecutive TV channels
MENU
To call up the menu display
* Teletext buttons only present in European model.
Calling Up a Menu Display
Press the MENU button on the remote control to call up the menu displays.
Then, use the Up or Down buttons to select the desired function and use
the Left or Right buttons to adjust. The table below lists the different
functions you will find in each of the menu.
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Menu No.
General Menu-1
Setup Menu-2
Picture Menu-3
PIP Menu-4
Reset Menu-5
Function
Usage
CH Fine Tune
To adjust TV picture.
PC BGM
To activate/deactivate
background sound.
Video Source
To watch video from the external
source.
TV Source
To switch to air or cable TV.
Display Mode
To change the display
resolutions.
Autoscan
To search and memorize all
active channel line up in your
area.
Scan All Freq
To scan frequency starting from
××.25 MHz and increasing by 1
MHz at a time.
CH Add/Del
To reprogram, add or remove TV
channel line up.
Set Area
To select the country signal.
Language
To change the OSD language
Brightness
To increase/ decrease the
brightness level.
Contrast
To increase/ decrease the
contrast level.
Tint
To increase/ decrease the tint level.
Color
To increase/ decrease the color
level.
Sharpness
To increase/ decrease the
sharpness level.
PIP Border
Turns the PIP border on /off.
PIP Color
To change the color of the
border. There are eight (8) colors
to choose from.
Setup
To restore the CH Add/ Del of
Menu-2 to its’ original factory
setting.
Picture
To restore the Picture Menu-3 to
its’ original factory setting.
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Fine Tuning
If TV reception is not clear,
choose CH FINE TUNE from
Menu-1 and press the Left and
Right buttons on the remote until
the TV picture becomes clearer.
Switching the Background Sound
If you want to continue listening
to the TV or video sound while
you work with your PC, choose
PC BGM from Menu-1 and select
ON to turn on the background
sound. The sound of the
television channel will continue while you work on your PC. You can
press the AV/PC button on the remote to toggle between the PC and
the television. To turn off the background sound, select OFF.
Choosing the Video Source
If you selected to watch video
from an external video device,
choose VIDEO SOURCE from
Menu-1 and press the Left and
Right buttons on the remote to
select from Video-1, Video-2,
S-Video, or Y,PB,PR.
Switching the TV Source
If you want to switch the TV
source, choose TV SOURCE
from Menu-1 and press the Left
and Right buttons on the remote
to select between Air or Cable
TV.
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Changing the Display Mode
To change the display resolution,
choose DISPLAY MODE from
Menu-1 and press the Left and
Right buttons on the remote to
select from the list of standard
resolutions which the AVerTV Box
support in full screen.
Channel Presetting
There are two types of Channel Preset functions for memorizing active TV
channels:
• Autoscan
If this is your first time to use the AVerTV Box, first use autoscan to
memorize all active TV channels in your area. autoscan will use the
frequencies in a default frequency table to search for active channels.
To memorize channels using
autoscan, choose AUTOSCAN
from Menu-2 and select YES to
start memorizing all the active TV
channels.
As AVerTV Box performs the search, it will display each channel number.
You can interrupt and cancel the searching process anytime by pressing
the Left or Right buttons on the remote.
Now press the Channel Up/Down or Number buttons on the remote
control. Check and verify that you can access all the TV channels
available in your area.
• Scan All Frequency
If there are channels missing after you perform autoscan, use the scan all
frequency function and repeat the searching process.
Scan all frequency will scan frequencies starting from xx.25 MHz,
increasing by 1 MHz at a time. It will check and record all frequencies for
active channels. The new frequencies will replace the default frequency
record.
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To memorize channels using
scan all frequency, choose
SCAN ALL FREQ from Menu-2
and select YES to start scanning
the new frequencies.
As the AVerTV Box finds an active channel, it will assign the frequency to
a new channel. You can interrupt and cancel the process anytime by
pressing the Left or Right buttons on the remote.
Scan all frequency can also search for channels with xx.75 MHz or xx.50
MHz frequency, but such channels will still be memorized as having xx.25
MHz frequency. Use the CH FINE TUNE function to adjust a channel to
its exact frequency and get a clear TV picture. (Refer to the section, Fine
Tuning, for details.)
If you want to restore the default frequency table, execute the RESET
function. All the frequencies that were memorized using Scan All
Frequency will then be erased from the channel memory. FINE TUNE
adjustments will also be restored to their default settings.
NOTE: Scan All Frequency is a very time consuming process. If the
default frequency table already includes all active TV
channels in your area, then avoid using Scan All Frequency.
Channel Remapping
If your broadcast area contains channels covering diverse numbers, you can
reprogram these channel numbers in AVerTV Box. For example, if your viewing
area contains channels 7, 13, 21 and 28, you can reprogram these numbers in
the AverTV Box channel record as channels 1, 2, 3 and 4.
1. Select CH ADD/DEL from Menu-2
then Press the left or right button to
access this feature.
2. In the selected USER CH, enter in
the new channel number you want to
assign or the channel number you
want to remove/add in to the channel
line up.
3. In the CATV CH, enter in the channel
number you want to remap or the
channel number you want to
remove/add.
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4.
Select ADD to include or DEL to remove the channel number in
the channel line up then press the left or right button.
Note: Press the 100+ button for channel number over 100. To switch to any
channel number lower than 100, press the tenths digit number then press
last digit of the number you want .
In case you have accidentally entered the wrong number in the USER CH
and CATV CH, you need to exit and call up the menu display by pressing
the MENU button.
Area Selection
When the AVerTV Box is first connected, the unit will automatically enter SET
AREA mode and allow you to choose the appropriate country signal. Refer to the
section, Using the AVerTV Box for the First Time, for details.
If you need to enter this mode manually,
press the MENU button and select SET
AREA from Menu-2 and press the Left
and Right buttons on the remote to
choose the area selection.
Selecting the OSD Language
The AVerTV Box has English, Chinese
(tradition) and Japanese on-screen
display languages. To select from the
desired language, choose LANGUAGE
from Menu-2 and press the Left and
Right buttons on the remote.
Customizing the Picture Setting
If you want to adjust the quality of the
TV or video picture, go to MENU-3.
Then, use the Up or Down buttons to
select the desired preference and use
the Left or Right buttons to adjust. To
restore default setting, refer to
“Restoring the Default Channel and Picture Setting”.
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Switching the PIP Border
If you want to turn off the PIP
border, choose PIP BORDER
from Menu-4 and select OFF.In
PIP mode, the colored border will
disappear.
To turn on the PIP border, select ON.
The table below lists the display resolutions which the AVerTV Box can support.
Computer/ Operating
System
IBM PC
Mac
Note:
Dis play
Resolution
Maximum Vertical
Frequency
Recommended
640 × 480
85 Hz
60 Hz
800 × 600
640 × 480
70 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
When your computer is in sleep or standby mode, you will not be able to watch
in PIP. In order to continue to watch in PIP, you must set the screen saver to
animated graphics or text. Or, press the PIP button of the remote to watch in
full screen.
Changing the Color of the PIP Border
To change the color of the PIP
border, choose PIP COLOR from
Menu-4 and press the Left and
Right buttons on the remote to
choose the desired color. There
are (8) eight colors to choose from.
Restoring the Default Channel and Picture Setting
To restore or clear all the preset
channel, choose SETUP from
Menu-5 and select YES.
To restore the default picture
setting in Menu-3, choose
PICTURE from Menu-5 and
select YES.
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Using Teletext (option)
For European countries, the AVerTV Box provides the Teletext function which
allows users to receive digital information from TV stations that broadcast such
information. Teletext data is widely used in Europe and is transmitted along with
normal television programs. The AVerTV Box can decode the teletext data and
display the resulting information on your computer screen.
TV stations transmit teletext data in pages. Each page takes only a few seconds
to update, so you will surely see the very latest information. Teletext pages
contain all sorts of information, including the latest news, weather, sports,
finance, travel, TV program listings, and more.
Teletext Control Buttons
The figure and descriptions in this section show how to use the teletext
function using the remote control.
NUMBER BUTTONS
To select a teletext page
100
Return to the index page (i.e.,the
very first teletext page)
TELETEXT
Press to view or disable teletext
FASTEXT LINK (RED)
Jump to the teletext page which
the red color corresponds to.
FASTEXT LINK (GREEN)
FASTEXT LINK (BLUE)
Jump to the teletext page which
the blue color corresponds to.
FASTEXT LINK (YELLOW)
Jump to the teletext page which
the yellow color corresponds to.
Jump to the teletext page which
the green color corresponds to.
QUICK ACCESS &
POSITIONING CONTROL
* Use the Up and Down buttons to
go to the next upper or lower
teletext page.
Viewing Teletext
To view teletext information, press the TELETEXT button on the remote.
Press this button also if you wish to disable teletext.
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Selecting a Teletext Page
There are many ways of selecting a teletext page :
•
To enter a teletext page number, press on the NUMBER buttons 0 ~ 9.
•
To view the next upper or lower teletext page, press the up s and down
arrow t buttons or the CHANNEL t s buttons on the remote.
•
To return to the index page (i.e., page 100), press the 100 button.
•
To go directly to the next upper or lower 100th page, press the JUMP
100 PAGES button (labeled as VOLUME t s buttons on the remote).
For example :
If you are currently on teletext page 350, you can quickly jump to the
next upper 100th page, which is page 400. Just press on the volume
up s button.
If you are on teletext page 350, you can quick jump to the next lower
100th page, which is page 300. Press on the volume down t button.
•
To select your desired teletext information, use the FASTEXT LINK
buttons.
In the last display line of the index page or any teletext page, text
appears in four colors : Red, Green, Yellow, and Blue. Each color
corresponds to a certain teletext information, for example, Sports. The
FASTEXT LINK buttons allow you to select your desired teletext
information and quickly jump to its starting page.
For example :
If Red corresponds to News, press the Red button to jump to the
starting page of News.
If Green corresponds to Finance, press the Green button to jump to
the starting page of Finance.
If Yellow corresponds to Sports, press the Yellow button to jump to
the starting page of Sports.
If Blue corresponds to Travel, press the Blue button to jump to the
starting page of Travel.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
AVerMedia TECHNOLOGIES, Inc. warrants this product to be free of defects
resulting from faulty manufacture or components under the following terms:
WARRANTY LENGTH
Labor is warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase.
Parts are warranted for (1) one year from the date of purchase.
Replacement products will be warranted for the remainder of the one year warranty
period or (30) thirty days, whichever is longer.
WHO IS PROTECTED
This warranty is enforceable only by the first consumer purchaser.
WHAT IS AND IS NOT COVERED
Except as specified below, this warranty covers all defects resulting from faulty
manufacturing of this product. The following are not covered by the warranty.
1. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or
removed.
2. Damage, deterioration, or malfunction resulting from :
A.
Accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of
nature, commercial or industrial use, unauthorized product modification, or
failure to follow instructions included with the product.
B.
Misapplication of service by someone other than the manufacturer’s
representative.
C.
Any shipment damages. (Claims must be made with carrier.)
D.
Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Cartons, cases, batteries, cabinets, tapes, or accessories used w ith product.
4. AVerMedia does not warrant that this product will meet your requirements; it is
your responsibility to determine the suitability of this product for your purpose.
WHAT WE WILL AND WILL NOT PAY FOR
We will pay labor and material expenses for covered items. However, we will not pay
for the following :
1. Removal or installation charges.
2. Shipping charges.
3. Any incidental charges.
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EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES
THE MANUFACTURER’S SOLE OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF A DEFECTIVE
PRODUCT AT OUR OPTION. THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT, IN ANY EVENT,
BE LIABLE TO THE PURCHASER OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE AND LOSS OF BUSINESS) OR
LIABILITY IN TORT RELATING TO THIS PRODUCT OR RESULTING FROM ITS
USE OR POSSESSION.
LIMITATIONS OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES
There are no other oral or written warranties, expressed or implied, including but not
limited to those of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Any implied
warranties are limited in duration to one year from the date of purchase.
STATE LAW AND YOUR WARRANTY
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
granted under state law. These rights vary from state to state.
CONTACT INFORMATION
www.aver.com
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