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USER MANUAL
DVR-7000
Viaccess©
Digital Satellite Receiver
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Preface
PREFACE
1.
DEAR CUSTOMER
Thank you for purchasing an EchoStar satellite receiver. This receiver is of the latest
generation for which it is possible to upgrade the software to keep up with the newest
developments. Please read this user manual carefully, to be able to safely install, use and
maintain the receiver for maximum performance. Keep this user manual next to your receiver
for future reference.
Please make a note of the serial number in the space below. This helps to trace and identify
the receiver in case of theft. Also questions to our help desk can be answered more accurate
if you can provide the details as mentioned on the serial number plate. You find the serial
number plate at the rear panel of the receiver.
Type: ...............................................................................................................
S/N: ..................................................................................................................
Software Version: ...........................................................................................
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2.
INTENDED USE
This user manual is intended for anyone who uses an EchoStar satellite receiver. It can be
used by both first-time and experienced users of satellite receivers who want to install, use
and maintain their receiver.
This user manual is applicable for the EchoStar DVR-7000
Viaccess Digital Satellite
Receiver and the related accessories. This user manual is divided into separate sections and
chapters. For easy access to the information, a clear table of content and an index are
provided.
3.
WARRANTY
COMMON INTERFACE-MODULES AND SMART CARDS
For pay-services, please only use Common Interface (CI) modules and the related smart
cards which are approved by the service provider of the encrypted program you want to
receive. Only this will enable the receiver to work properly.
Anomalies can occur when unapproved CI-modules and/or smart cards are used. EchoStar
can not and will not accept any responsibility for the performance of such CI-modules and/or
smart cards. If you use unapproved CI-modules and/or smart cards, EchoStar is no longer
able to provide any assistance or support. Use of unapproved CI-modules and/or smart cards
will void any warranty claim. If you have any doubt which CI-modules are approved, please
ask your service provider for assistance.
4.
DISCLAIMER
SATELLITE RECEIVER
EchoStar International Corporation has to the best of her abilities, everything done to supply
you with a satellite receiver built to the most up-to-date software and hardware. EchoStar
International Corporation makes no warranties with respect to the reception of the channels
provided by the broadcast service providers and specifically disclaims any implied warranties
of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.
EchoStar International Corporation reserves the right, for whatever reason, to revise, change
or modify the hard- and software of the satellite receiver without the obligation to notify or
warrant any person or organization of such change. Therefore, please visit our website, on a
regular basis, for the latest information available.
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SOFTWARE DOWNLOADS
EchoStar International Corporation will to the best abilities, do everything possible to supply
you with software updates to keep your receiver as up-to-date as technically possible.
EchoStar International Corporation makes no warranties with respect to the use of the
supplied software downloads and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.
EchoStar International Corporation reserves the right, for whatever reason, to revise, change
or modify the software that can be used by your satellite receiver without the obligation to
notify or warrant any person or organization of such change. Therefore, please visit our
website, on a regular basis, for the latest software available.
USER MANUAL
EchoStar International Corporation has to the best of her abilities, everything done to supply
you with the most up-to-date information. EchoStar International Corporation makes no
warranties with respect to the information provided by this user manual and specifically
disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The
information provided is meant as a guideline for the use and maintenance of the receiver.
EchoStar International Corporation reserves the right to revise, change or translate this user
manual without the obligation to notify any person or organization of such change. Therefore,
please visit our website, on a regular basis, for the latest information available.
5.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS
No part of this user manual may be copied, distributed, transmitted, stored in a retrieval
system or translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any other
means, electronically, mechanically, magnetically, manually or otherwise or disclosure to third
parties without the express written permission of EchoStar International Corporation.
EchoStar International Corporation is possibly in the possession of patents, requests for
patent approval, trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property with respect to the
contents within this user manual. The submission of this user manual does not imply you
have got any license or other legal right for the use of the here above mentioned without the
express written permission of EchoStar International Corporation.
© and Quality has a Name
are registered trademarks of EchoStar International Corporation;
DVB, Digital Video Broadcasting
is a registered trademark of the The Digital Video Broadcasting Project (1991 to 1996)
which is an industry-led consortium of over 300 broadcasters, manufacturers, network
operators, software developers, regulatory bodies and others in over 35 countries
committed to designing global standards for the delivery of digital television and data
services.
Dolby Digital
Dolby, Dolby Digital, AC-3 and Dolby Pro Logic are registered trademarks of the Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation;
Viaccess®
Viaccess is a registered trademark of VIACCESS SA, a France Telecom Group company
that delivers end-to-end solutions for digital pay-TV services and multimedia applications,
built around our DVB MPEG-2 compatible VIACCESS® Conditional Access System, and
interactively engines such as OpenTV.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners or companies.
■ EchoStar, EchoNAV
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has been provided pursuant to an agreement containing restrictions on its use. This user
manual is also covered by Federal Copyright Law.
Preface
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
1
2
3
4
5
DEAR CUSTOMER
INTENDED USE
WARRANTY
DISCLAIMER
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS
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Safety Information
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2
3
4
GENERAL SAFETY
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES
SYMBOLS USED ON THE RECEIVER
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
Preparation
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2
3
4
5
6
STORAGE AND TRANSPORT
TO UNPACK YOUR RECEIVER
THE CONTENTS OF THE BOX
THE DISPOSAL OF YOUR PACKING MATERIALS
TO SETUP YOUR PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
TO SETUP THE RECEIVER
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-2
Installation
1
2
3
CONNECT YOUR EQUIPMENT
CONNECT A DISH
TO SETUP YOUR RECEIVER FOR THE FIRST TIME
3-1
3-2
3-4
Familiarization
1
2
3
4
5
THE RECEIVER
THE ECHONAV INSTALLATION MENU
THE ECHONAV MODE AND SELECTION MENUS
THE ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE (EPG)
THE INFOBANNER AND POP-UP MENUS
4-1
4-4
4-14
4-16
4-18
Operation
1
2
3
4
5
6
TO NAVIGATE THROUGH THE MENUS
USE THE FAVORITE LISTS
TO USE THE ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE (EPG)
TO USE THE DVR
TO USE THE MP3 PLAYER
TO SET THE USER PREFERENCES
5-1
5-7
5-10
5-14
5-18
5-19
Maintenance
1
2
3
HARDWARE MAINTENANCE
SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
END OF LIFE DISPOSAL
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6-1
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Troubleshooting
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2
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GENERAL
EPG RELATED
TV AND RADIO RELATED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU) RELATED
DVR RELATED
MP3 PLAYER RELATED
INSTALLATION RELATED
7-1
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-3
7-4
7-4
Glossary
1
2
3
LIST OF USED ABBREVIATIONS
EXPLANATION OF USED TERMINOLOGY
EXPLANATION OF THE SEARCH MODES
8-1
8-2
8-4
Index
Appendix 1
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2
3
LNB CONFIGURATION MATRIX
LNBF CONFIGURATION MATRIX
USER DEFINED LNB(F) MATRIX
A1-1
A1-1
A1-1
Appendix 2
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INTRODUCTION
THE BATTERIES
THE KEYS
PROGRAM THE TV, VCR AND AUX KEY
SPECIAL SETUP FUNCTIONS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
TROUBLESHOOTING
EQUIPMENT CODES
A2-1
A2-1
A2-1
A2-3
A2-4
A2-5
A2-7
A2-8
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Safety Information
Section 1
SAFETY INFORMATION
1.
GENERAL SAFETY
Read this manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions given. For your
safety, know what the reaction upon each action will be. Do not perform any actions which are
not described in this manual, failing to do so might result in an uncontrolled behavior of the
receiver or even in a hazardous situation for persons and/or equipment.
Disconnect the receiver from the mains before you start any maintenance or installation
procedures. Do not use alcohol or ammonia based liquids to clean the receiver. If required,
clean with a soft lint-free cloth slightly made damp with a mild soap solution.
Consult an authorized service technician if the receiver does not operate normally when the
instructions in this user manual are strictly followed. Do not to attempt to open the receiver, as
you will be exposed to a shock hazard.
Do not put any objects on top of the receiver which could fall through the ventilation slots or
which could cover them and prevent proper cooling of the components inside.
Do not put any (foreign) objects into the ventilation or CI-slots. This can cause fire or an
electrical shock by shorting the internal components.
Make sure that nothing rests on the receivers cables and that the cables are not located
where they can cause injury to persons and pets (e.g to stumble over, eat the cable).
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Do not install the receiver:
■ in a closed or poorly ventilated cabinet;
■ directly on top of or under another equipment;
■ on a surface which will obstruct the ventilation slots.
Do not expose the receiver and it’s accessories:
■ to rain or excessive moisture to avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to your
receiver;
■ to direct sunlight, heaters, stoves or any other heat generating equipment;
■ to any magnetic objects, such as speakers, electric motors, transformers, etc.;
■ to excessive vibration.
To help avoid possible damage to the receiver’s electronics:
■ wait 5 seconds after you switched off the receiver before you move the receiver or disconnect any equipment;
■ do not touch the components or pins on the CI-module or the smart card and hold the
CI-module and the smart card by it’s edges.
2.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
When using or connecting electrical equipment always observe the safety regulations
applicable in your country to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and personal injury.
Read and comply at least with the given safety instructions.
■ Always make sure that the electrical power supply corresponds with the voltage on the
electrical identification plate at the rear of the receiver next to the electrical cord.
■ Your receiver is double insulated and complies with the EN 50144; therefore no additional
earth wire is required, though the use of an earth leak switch and/or over voltage protection switch is recommended.
■ Only use an approved extension (convenience) lead suitable for the electrical power consumption of the installed equipment.
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3.
Safety Information
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES
Throughout this user manual, there may be blocks of text indicated by symbols and printed in
a different way then the surrounding text. These blocks of text ask the attention of the reader
to avoid hazardous situations. The hazard levels are indicated as:
WARNING
THIS INDICATES A HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED, COULD RESULT IN
(SERIOUS) INJURY.
CAUTION
This indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could damage the equipment or
other properties.
NOTE
This indicates additional information to the user to make the user aware of possible
problems and information of any importance to help the user to understand, to use
and to maintain the installation.
4.
SYMBOLS USED ON THE RECEIVER
The next paragraphs explain the meaning of the symbols, present on the receiver.
The Dolby Digital logo.
This logo tells you that this receiver is compliant with the Dolby Digital
standard.
The Digital Video Broadcasting logo.
This logo tells you that this receiver is compliant with the DVB standards as
registered under registration number 2365.
The Digital Recording logo.
This logo tells you that this receiver has a hard disk drive which gives you the
capability to record TV and radio programs digitally.
The MP3 logo.
This logo tells you that this receiver has a MP3 player inside.
The Viaccess logo.
This logo tells you that this receiver has an embedded Viaccess smart card
reader. The required smart card has to be obtained from a service provider
who scrambles the programs according the Viaccess encryption method.
4.2. SYMBOLS ON THE REAR PANEL
The caution ‘risk of electrical shock - do not open’ symbol
This symbol tells you that you are not allowed to open the receiver. Only
authorized (service) technicians are allowed to open the box.
The CE mark.
This mark tells you that the receiver is following the provisions of Council
Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States
relating to the electromagnetic compatibility and the provisions of Council
Directive 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to low voltage and electrical safety.
The double insulation symbol.
This symbol tells you that the receiver is electrically safe within the normal
use of the receiver as stated in the safety chapter.
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4.1. SYMBOLS ON THE FRONT PANEL
Preparation
Section 2
PREPARATION
1.
STORAGE AND TRANSPORT
The receiver and it’s accessories are delivered in a protective packaging. This packaging is
designed to protect against excessive shocks and not against ingress of moisture.
1.1. STORAGE
If necessary:
■ store the receiver in it’s original protective packaging;
■ in a room with the ambient conditions as stated in the technical specifications.
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1.2. TRANSPORT
Pack the receiver preferably in the original packaging or in an equally protective packaging.
This is to help avoid possible damage to the receiver’s electronics.
2.
TO UNPACK YOUR RECEIVER
DANGER
KEEP AWAY THE PLASTIC PACKAGING FROM CHILDREN. THE PLASTIC PACKAGING MAY
CLING TO NOSE AND MOUTH AND PREVENT BREATHING.
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When you unpack the contents of the box, confirm that all the parts are included. Refer to
Chapter 3. The contents of the box.
Unpack the contents of the box carefully. Electronic equipment as satellite receivers are
easily damaged when you handle it roughly. Examine all parts for damage that may have
occurred during shipment. If you find any damage, stop to unpack the box and call the retail
seller where you bought the receiver.
To help avoid possible damage to the receiver’s electronics, allow the receiver to adapt to the
ambient temperature and humidity level. This to avoid condensation caused by a sudden
change in temperature (e.g from a hot car into a cool room).
3.
THE CONTENTS OF THE BOX
The box contains:
■ A receiver;
■ A remote control unit;
■ A pair of batteries (for the remote control unit);
■ A loop through cable;
■ A set of documentation.
4.
THE DISPOSAL OF YOUR PACKING MATERIALS
CAUTION
It is recommended to keep the packaging materials for a period of time. In case of
warranty claims, we can request to return the receiver in the original packaging to
protect the electronics and hard disk drive. Failing to do so might void the warranty.
Most of the packaging materials can be recycled. Please discard these materials in an
environmental safe manner
ENVIRONMENTAL REMARK
Dispose the packaging in an environmental safe manner. Please inform yourself
on local regulations with respect to the disposal of reusable materials.
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5.
Preparation
TO SETUP YOUR PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Please refer to the user manuals of your terrestrial antenna, dish, TV, video recorder and/or
audio equipment to make sure this equipment is properly installed and configured before you
install the receiver.
EchoStar recommends that you follow at least the following instructions:
5.1. THE TERRESTRIAL ANTENNA
1. Make sure:
■ The terrestrial antenna is in good condition and well aligned for the best reception
(avoid corroded contacts);
■ The UHF coaxial cable is in a good condition (no excessive bends or damaged
insulation);
■ The UHF coaxial cable connections are well shielded (metal connectors).
2. If necessary, do any work.
5.2. THE DISH
5.3. THE TV, VIDEO RECORDER AND AUDIO EQUIPMENT
1. Make sure:
■ Safe access to the connections is available;
■ The equipment is switched off;
■ It is safe to remove and install the cables.
2. If necessary, do any work.
6.
TO SETUP THE RECEIVER
You can install the receiver safely in a convenient location if you adhere to the warning:
WARNING
DO NOT INSTALL THE RECEIVER:
■ in a closed or poorly ventilated cabinet;
■ directly on top of or under another equipment;
■ on a surface which will obstruct the ventilation slots.
DO NOT EXPOSE THE RECEIVER AND IT’S ACCESSORIES:
■ to rain or excessive moisture to avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to
your receiver;
■ to direct sunlight, heaters, stoves or any other heat generating equipment;
■ to any magnetic objects, such as speakers, electric motors, transformers, etc.;
■ to excessive vibration.
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1. Make sure:
■ The outdoor components of the dish are good condition;
■ The dish is well aligned for the best reception;
■ The dish is connected with the correct RF coaxial cable (75 Ohm) and connectors;
■ The cables from the dish are in a good condition (no excessive bends or damaged
insulation).
2. If necessary, do any work.
Installation
Section 3
INSTALLATION
1.
CONNECT YOUR EQUIPMENT
It is possible to connect the different equipment with the use of UHF coaxial cables,
SCART cables, and/or so called audio/video cables with RCA connectors.
WARNING
ALL EQUIPMENT INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATION TASK MUST BE INSTALLED CORRECTLY
AND SWITCHED OFF.
MAKE SURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO PROCEED WITH THE INSTALLATION
UNSAFE CIRCUITS AND INSTALLATIONS CAN CAUSE (SERIOUS) INJURY OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
TASK.
CONNECTION WITH UHF COAXIAL CABLES
1. On the TV, find the UHF-coaxial cable that is connected to the terrestrial antenna or cable
network.
2. Remove the UHF-coaxial cable from the TV and make sure the cable condition is OK.
3. On the rear panel of the receiver find the TV OUT connector.
4. Install an UHF-coaxial cable between the TV OUT connector (receiver) and the antenna
connector (TV).
5. On the rear panel of the receiver find the ANT IN connector.
6. Install the UHF-connector (terrestrial antenna) to the ANT IN connector (receiver).
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CONNECTION WITH SCART CABLES
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the TV find the SCART cable that is connected to the VCR.
Remove the SCART connector that is connected to the VCR from the TV.
On the rear panel of the receiver find the DECODER, TV and VCR SCART connectors.
Install a full featured SCART cable between the decoder and the DECODER SCART
connector (receiver).
5. Install a full featured SCART cable between the VCR and the VIDEO SCART connector
(receiver).
6. Install a full featured SCART cable between the TV SCART connector (receiver) and the
SCART connector on the TV (old SCART connection to the VCR).
CONNECTION WITH AUDIO/VIDEO CABLE (RCA-CONNECTORS)
1. On the rear panel of the receiver find the VIDEO, AUDIO L and AUDIO R connectors.
2. Install an audio/video cable between:
a. the VIDEO connector of the receiver and TV (yellow);
b. the AUDIO L connector of the receiver and TV (white);
c. the AUDIO R connector of the receiver and TV (red).
CONNECTION WITH DOLBY DIGITAL AUDIO CABLE (RCA-CONNECTORS)
1. On the rear panel of the receiver find the S/PDIF connector.
2. Install an audio/video cable (black) between:
a. the S/PDIF connector (receiver) and Dolby Digital connection of the Dolby digital
compatible installation.
CONNECTION WITH SERIAL CABLE (0-MODEM CABLE)
1. On the rear panel of the receiver find the SERIAL PORT connector.
2. Install a serial cable between the SERIAL PORT connector (receiver) and the serial port
connection of the PC.
CONNECTION WITH USB CABLE
1. On the rear panel of the receiver find the USB connector.
2. Install a serial cable between the USB connector (receiver) and the USB connection of
the PC.
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CONNECT A DISH
It is possible to connect the different dish configurations with the use of RF coaxial cables.
Only the most common configurations are discussed. If in doubt, please ask the EchoStar
service department for advice.
WARNING
ALL EQUIPMENT INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATION TASK MUST BE INSTALLED CORRECTLY
AND SWITCHED OFF.
MAKE SURE THAT IT IS SAFE TO PROCEED WITH THE INSTALLATION
TASK. UNSAFE CIRCUITS AND INSTALLATIONS CAN CAUSE (SERIOUS) INJURY OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
Tighten the cable connectors only by hand. Do not use any tools. You will damage
the connector pins if you overtighten the connector. This will result in loss of signal
quality, or even total loss of reception.
1. On the dish installation, connect a RF cable (for detailed instructions, refer to the
manufacturer’s instructions).
2. On the rear panel of the receiver find the LNB IN (digital), the IF OUT and the
LNB IN ANALOG connectors.
FIXED DISH INSTALLATION WITH LNB(F)
3. Install the F-connector (dish) to the LNB IN connector (receiver).
4. Install the delivered loop through cable between the IF OUT connector (receiver) to the
LNB IN ANALOG connector (receiver).
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FIXED DISH INSTALLATION WITH DISEQC SWITCH
3. Install the F-connector (DiSEqC switch) to the LNB IN connector (receiver).
4. Install the delivered loop through cable between the IF OUT connector (receiver) to the
LNB IN ANALOG connector (receiver).
MOTORIZED DISH INSTALLATION WITH LNB(F)
1. On the dish installation (for detailed instructions refer to the manufacturer’s instructions):
a. connect a RF cable;
b. connect the power and sensor cables;
c. if present, set the East and West limit switches to prevent dish damage.
2. On the rear panel of the receiver find:
a. the LNB IN (digital), the IF OUT and the LNB IN ANALOG, connectors;
b. the M.PULSE, the GND, the M1 and the M2 connectors.
3. Install the F-connector (dish) to the LNB IN connector (receiver).
4. Install the delivered loop through cable between the IF OUT connector (receiver) to the
LNB IN ANALOG connector (receiver).
5. On the rear panel of the receiver find the M.PULSE, the GND, the M1 and M2 connectors.
6. First install the motor sensor cables to the M.PULSE and GND connector (receiver).
7. Install the motor power cable to the M1 and M2 connectors (receiver).
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DISH INSTALLATION WITH FERRITE FEED
1. On the dish installation, connect the ferrite cables (for detailed instructions refer to the
manufacturer’s instructions).
2. On the rear panel of the receiver find the Ferrite + and the Ferrite - connectors.
3. Install the ferrite power cable to the Ferrite + and Ferrite - connectors (receiver).
DISH INSTALLATION WITH POLAROTOR
1. On the dish installation, connect the polarotor cables (for detailed instructions refer to the
manufacturer’s instructions).
2. On the rear panel of the receiver find the + 5V, the GND and the SKEW connectors.
CAUTION
It is possible that the GND connector is already occupied by the motor sensor
cable. If you need to connect the GND for the polarotor as well, please use the
appropriate connection materials to connect both cables. Failing to do so can
cause damage to the equipment.
3. Install the polarotor power cable to the + 5V and GND connectors (receiver).
4. Install the polarotor skew cable to the SKEW connector (receiver).
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3.
Installation
TO SETUP YOUR RECEIVER FOR THE FIRST TIME
This procedures will guide you step-by-step through the initial setup of the receiver. After you
have finished the initial installation, these pages are accessible through the icons in the menu
bar which is in the initial setup not shown.
NOTE
Unless otherwise specified; This note explains the way you can navigate through
the pages of the EchoNAV initial setup menu.
1. Use the OK key to pull down the menu selection fields.
2. Use the arrow keys to go through the selectable menu items.
3. In a pull-down menu, use the OK key to confirm the selection.
4. Use thearrow keys to navigate between the left and right column of
selectable menu items.
5. Use the EXIT key to leave the menu and return to the live mode.
1. Switch on the TV.
2. On the receiver, press the on/standby button.
The receiver display shows:
- first a moving dot;
- then it shows - - - ■ The TV shows the first page.
Make the required selections.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the Continue field.
On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
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7. Make the required selections.
8. Read the available help text for information.
Note that only the white fields are selectable,
other fields show reference information.
9. Go to the Continue field.
10. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
11. Make the required selections.
12. Read the available help text for information.
13. Go to the Continue field.
14. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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NOTE
The receiver needs the correct local time to collect and show the EPG (Electronic
Program Guide). An incorrectly entered local time will result in no EPG information.
15. Make the required selections.
16. Read the available help text for information.
17. On the RCU, use thekeys to select.
18. Go to the Press OK to set the time.
Note that the local time is shown correctly.
19. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
20. Go to the Continue field.
21. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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NOTE
From the next step onwards, the procedure is divided in different configurations.
The configurations are; Fixed, Motorized and SMATV.
■ Fixed means set up either a single dish, multiple dishes with DiSEqC switch;
■ Motorized means set up a moveable dish (motor/actuator by positioner);
■ SMATV means set up for television distribution (cable network in buildings).
FOR FIXED AND DISEQC 1..4 SWITCH INSTALLATIONS
22. Make the required selections.
23. Read the available help text for information.
Note that only the white fields are selectable,
other fields show reference information.
24. Go to the Check Signal field.
25. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
26. Wait for the Checking Configuration to complete.
27. Make the required selections.
28. Read the available help text for information.
29. If the red dot in the transponder field stays:
a. select another transponder;
b. go to the check signal field;
c. on the RCU, press the OK key.
30. Go to the Search Channels field.
31. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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32. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
33. On the RCU, press the OK key. to end the initial
setup procedure.
FOR MOTORIZED INSTALLATIONS - AUTOSAT
CAUTION
On the motorized dish, set the physical East and West limit switches first. Failing to
do so might cause damage to your motorized dish installation or other properties.
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22. Make the required selections.
23. Read the available help text for information.
Note that only the white fields are selectable,
other fields show reference information.
24. Go to the Autosat field.
25. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
26. On the RCU:
a. press thekey to set the East limit;
b. at the motor error, press thekey once;
c. press the OK key.
27. On the RCU, press the OK key.
28. Select a Eastern satellite which you can receive.
29. When in the location field:
a. press and hold thekey and watch the signal
indicator for an indication;
b. in the signal indicator, make sure a network
name is shown;
c. press thekey to select another transponder
for signal verification;
d. use thekey to fine tune for the best signal
level and quality;
e. press thekey to select the location bar;
f. press the OK key, note that the saved position
of the satellite is shown.
30. Repeat the procedure for the middle and
Western Satellite.
31. Set the West limit (key), refer to step 26.
32. Go to the Autosat field.
33. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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34. Make the required selections.
35. Read the available help text for information.
36. Go to the Search Channels field.
37. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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38. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
39. On the RCU, press the OK key. to end the initial
setup procedure.
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FOR MOTORIZED INSTALLATIONS - MANUAL SELECTION
CAUTION
On the motorized dish, set the physical East and West limit switches first. Failing to
do so might cause damage to your motorized dish installation or other properties.
22. Make the required selections.
23. Read the available help text for information.
Note that only the white fields are selectable,
other fields show reference information.
24. Go to the Set Limits field.
25. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
26. On the RCU:
a. press thekey to set the East limit;
b. at the motor error, press thekey once;
c. press the OK key.
27. On the RCU:
a. press thekey to set the West limit;
b. at the motor error, press thekey once;
c. press the OK key.
28. Go to the Program Satellites field.
29. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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30. Make the required selections.
31. Read the available help text for information.
32. Go to the Search Channels field.
33. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
34. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
35. On the RCU, press the OK key. to end the initial
setup procedure.
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FOR SMATV INSTALLATIONS
22. Make the required selections.
After the initial installation it is possible to add
more symbol rates. Refer to section Maintenance
for detailed instructions.
23. Read the available help text for information.
24. Go to the Check Signal field.
25. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
26. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
27. On the RCU, press the OK key to end the initial
setup procedure.
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FAMILIARIZATION
1.
THE RECEIVER
The digital satellite receiver has 2 Common Interface slots. The front panel gives you the
control over the basic functions. The rear panel gives you various connections to connect the
audio and video equipment as well as a terrestrial and dish antenna. Ventilation slots in the
housing are provided for cooling of the internal electronics.
The software of the receiver contains the EchoNAV user interface with on-screen help, which
gives you easy control over the features of the receiver. The software contains also a large
database of pre-programmed satellites and transponders which are used for a quick
installation. For initial installation, the software guides you through the required setup menu to
allow for an easy and reliable installation setup of the receiver.
FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS
■ Multilingual Advanced User Interface (12+ languages);
■ Embedded Viaccess 1.1;
■ 40 Gbyte Low Noise Audio/Video Hard Disk Drive;
■ Digital Audio/Video Recording with Slow Motion, Pause, FF, Rew;
■ Pause Live Video;
■ MP3 Player, 500 Songs (typical.)/USB Port;
■ 6 Week EPG (Saved on Hard Disk);
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■ 5,700 Channels, 100 Satellites, 1,300 Transponders;
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■ 8 Favorite Lists for each Mode (TV, Radio, DVR, MP3);
■ Powerful Channel Sorting and Grouping;
■ Multiple Scan Modes (incl. Update Scan);
■ Digital Audio Output (Dolby Digital Compatible);
■ Integrated High Power Positioner (36 Volt, 5 Amp.);
■ Software Updates via Internet/Satellite (OTA).
1.1. THE RECEIVER FRONT PANEL
The front panel has:
■ The display,
to show the clock or the actual status of the receiver;
■ The
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key,
to switch the receiver to on or stand-by;
The MENU key,
to get access to the EchoNAV installation menu;
The OK key,
to get access to the EchoNAV mode and selection menu;
The arrow keys,
to navigate left, up, right and down through the selectable options;
The access door,
to access the different slots for the CI-modules and smart cards.
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1.2. THE RECEIVER REAR PANEL
The rear panel gives you various connections to connect the audio and video equipment as
well as a terrestrial and dish antennas. Depending on the installation setup, you may not use
all connectors, but they are provided for any desired setup in future.
The VCR connector (SCART), for the
connection of a VCR with the use of a
fully-featured SCART-cable;
The DECODER connector (SCART),
for the connection of a decoder with the
use of a fully-featured SCART-cable;
The TV connector (SCART),
for the connection of a TV with the use of
a fully-featured SCART-cable;
The 0/12V connector (RCA),
for the connection of a remote switch;
The FERRITE + connector (spring-clip),
for the connection to the + terminal of a
magnetic polarotor (Ferrite);
The FERRITE - connector (spring-clip),
for the connection to the - terminal of a
magnetic polarotor (Ferrite);
The M1 connector (spring-clip),
for the line 1 connection of a motor or
actuator (for motorized/actuated dishes);
The M2 connector (spring-clip),
for the line 2 connection of a motor or
actuator (for motorized/actuated dishes);
The M.PULSE connector (spring-clip),
for the connection of the feedback
sensor (for motorized/actuated dishes);
The +5V connector (spring-clip),
for the connection of the power terminal
of a polarotor;
The GND connector (spring-clip),
for the connection of the ground terminal
of the feedback sensor and the
polarotor;
■ The SKEW connector (spring-clip),
for the connection of the skew terminal
of a polarotor;
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The available connectors on the rear panel are:
■ The LNB IN connector (F-type),
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for the connection of a dish to the
receiver, to receive the digital
broadcasts;
■ The IF OUT DIGITAL connector (F■
type), for the connection of a loop
through cable;
■ The LNB IN ANALOG connector (F■
type), for the connection of a dish to the
receiver, to receive the analog
broadcasts;
■ The S/PDIF connector (RCA),
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for the connection of Dolby Digital (AC-3)
compatible audio equipment;
■ The VIDEO connector (RCA),
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for the connection to the composite
video input of the TV (monitor);
■ The AUDIO L connector (RCA),
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for the connection of the left audio input
channel of a stereo set;
■ The AUDIO R connector (RCA),
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for the connection of the right audio input
channel of a stereo set;
■ The ANT IN connector (IEC),
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for the connection of an terrestrial TV
antenna;
■ The TV OUT connector (IEC),
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for the connection to the antenna
connector of a TV or a VCR;
■ The SERIAL PORT connector (sub-D),
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for the connection to the serial
communication port of a PC;
■ The USB connector (slave USB),
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for the connection to an operational USB
port of a PC;
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1.3. THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU)
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The EchoStar Quattro is a programmable RCU that also can control your TV, VCR, DVD
and/or Audio set. The EchoStar Quattro requires two AA/R6 alkaline batteries to operate.
ON/STANDBY
■ MUTE
To switch to standby or on.
To blank out the volume.
VCR
■ AUX
To control the VCR.
To control the Audio Set or
DVD.
TV
To control the TV.
■ SAT
To control the receiver.
EPG
To view the EPG.
■ i
To view the InfoBanner;
MENU
To view detailed EPG
To go to the installation menu.
information.
VOL+
■ Satellite Dish
To increase the volume.
To select another satellite.
VOL■ CH+
To decrease the volume.
To go one channel up.
ARROW CLUSTER
■ CHTo scroll left, up, right or down.
To go one channel down.
EXIT
■ OK
To leave a menu or feature.
To go to the (favorites) lists;
PAGE+
To make a menu selection;
To go one page up.
To pull down a selection menu.
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PREVIOUS
To go one page down.
To go to the previous channel;
ALT AUDIO
To access special features.
To choose a language.
■ ?
ALT SUBTITLE
Not used for Sat-mode.
To choose a subtitle.
■ V (white)
STOP
To edit a list
To stop the recording or play
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PLAY
back of an event;
To play back a recorded event.
To return to actual time in the
■ FAST FORWARD
EPG window
To go to the end of an
REWIND
recorded event fastly.
To go to the beginning of an
■ PAUSE
recorded event fastly.
To pause the playback of an
RECORD (press twice)
event;
To record a live program.
To pause a live program.
SKIP BACKWARD
■ SKIP FORWARD
Not used for Sat-mode.
Not used for Sat-mode.
GREEN
■ YELLOW
To select a (favorites) list.
To group a list;
RED
To select an EPG timer.
To go to another mode.
■ BLUE
NUMBER KEYS
To sort a list;
To enter numerical settings;
To zoom in/out the time slot of
To type in a channel number.
the EPG view window.
TV/RAD
■ FAV
To switch to TV or Radio
To go to the favorite list of the
mode.
actual mode.
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1.4. THE ECHONAV USER INTERFACE
The EchoNAV user interface is designed to give you easy control over the receiver. The
EchoNAV user interface has four main features that give access to the different functions.
The four main features are:
■ The EchoNAV installation menu,
that helps you to setup the receiver and access the parental lock settings;
■ The EchoNAV user menu,
that helps you to control the daily operation and selection of the favorites;
■ The EchoNAV EPG menu,
that helps you to control the different timers and to view the available EPG;
■ The EchoNAV InfoBanner,
that helps you to view the available information about the actual mode.
The EchoNAV user interface has various ways to navigate through the menus and functions.
Some of the keys on the remote control unit give direct access to functions. The most
important keys are identified as EPG, colored keys, MENU, OK and record (press twice).
Other keys are multi-functional which means that their function changes dependent of the
mode that you are in.
NOTE
2.
THE ECHONAV INSTALLATION MENU
The EchoNAV installation menu has different main menus that give you access to the
different sub menus. The main menus are:
■ The guided initial setup menu which is only accessible after the first time you switch the
receiver on and after every manually initiated factory reset;
■ The User Preferences menu, the installation setup menu and the CI menu are accessible
at any time.
NAVIGATION
A highlighted button shows you which (main/sub) menu is selected. The MENU key lets you
change between the main and sub menu where thekeys let you make a selection in the
selected (main/sub) menu. The OK key brings you into the related page, where you can make
a choice from the available options.
NOTE
Once in a page, at any time:
■ you can use the MENU key to reverse from a menu page to the sub menu bar;
■ you can easily leave with the EXIT key.
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Unless otherwise specified; this note explains the way you can navigate through
the pages of the EchoNAV user menu.
1. Use the OK key to pull down the menu selection fields.
2. Use the keys to scroll the selectable items.
3. Use the keys to navigate between the left and right column of selectable
items.
4. Use the EXIT key to leave the menu and return to the view mode.
5. In a pull-down menu:
- use the OK key to confirm the selection.
- the yellow bar indicates the active selection;
- on the left, the green page indicator indicates where you are..
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The main menus are divided in sub menus, selection
pages and option fields. The main menu buttons are
shown at the right hand side of the menu bar. The
different sub menu buttons are shown on the left hand
side of the menu bar.
The selection pages with the option fields are
accessible after you have selected a sub menu.
Every menu, sub menu and selection page has one or
more help lines to assist you.
The main menus are accessible with:
■ The
button, that gives you access to the User Preferences menu.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the installation setup menu.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Conditional Access menu.
2.1. THE USER PREFERENCES MENU
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This main menu has different sub menus that give
access to the pages where you can customize the
factory settings.
The user preferences menu always comes in view with
the User Profile sub menu. In the menu bar the
sub menus are shown at the right side. The available
sub menus are shown as icons which become a
highlighted button after selection.
The sub menus are accessible with:
■ The
button, that gives you access to the User Profile page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Languages page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Parental Lock page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Local Time page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the TV System page.
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2.1.1. USER PROFILE PAGE
This menu page allows you to customize the user profile, you can customize:
■ Aspect ratio
To set the screen size of the TV.
■ Banner time out
To set the view time for the InfoBanner.
■ Dolby Digital
To tell the receiver that it is connected to a Dolby
Digital amplifier or not.
■ Backgrounds
To select the standard or a personal background.
2.1.2. LANGUAGES PAGE
2.1.3. PARENTAL LOCK PAGE
The parental lock menu is initial accessible with the factory default PIN code 0000. For future
use, you are requested to change the PIN code to your own personal code.
This sub menu contains two menu pages. These menu pages are:
TO CHANGE THE PARENTAL LOCK SETTINGS
This menu page allows you to customize the parental lock settings, you can customize:
■ Receiver Lock
To lock the receiver completely for unauthorized
users.
■ Installation Lock
To lock the installation menu for unauthorized
users.
■ Channel lock
To lock or unlock all locked selections at once.
■ Master hide
To hide or unhide all hidden selections at once.
■ Change PIN Code
To access the change PIN code page.
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This menu page allows you to customize the language settings, you can customize
■ Menu Language
To set the language you want to use in the menus.
■ Main audio language
To set language for programs with bi-lingual audio.
■ 2nd audio language
To set language for programs with bi-lingual audio.
■ Subtitling language
To set language for bi-lingual subtitled programs.
■ 2nd subtitling language
To set language for bi-lingual subtitled programs.
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PIN CODE
This menu page allows you to change the PIN code, you can change:
■ Old password
To type in the factory default or personal PIN code.
■ New password
To type in your new PIN code (numbers only).
■ Verify password
To type in your New password again. Now the
receivers verifies the new password to make sure
that you typed in the new password correctly.
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2.1.4. LOCAL TIME PAGE
This menu page allows you to customize the local time settings. For the correct operation of
the EPG and the timers, it is necessary to set the local time correctly. You can customize:
■ Selected time zone
To set the time zone where you are.
■ Year
To set the actual year.
■ Month
To set the actual month.
■ Date
To set the actual date.
■ Day
To set the actual day.
■ Hour
To set the actual time in hours.
■ Minute
To set the actual time in minutes.
■ Press OK to set the time
To confirm the settings you made.
2.1.5. TV SYSTEM PAGE
This menu page allows you to customize the TV settings used for the receiver, you can
customize:
■ Channel
To select the (UHF) TV channel to which the
receiver is connected.
■ CH Frequency
To view the frequency that corresponds with the
selected channel. You can not set this option.
■ System
To set the video format supported by your TV.
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2.2. THE INSTALLATION SETUP MENU
This main menu has different sub menus that give
access to the pages where you can customize the
settings to match your personal requirements.
Note that the sub menus are dynamic which means
that they change with the selections you make.
The installation setup menu always comes in view with
the system setup sub menu. In the menu bar the
sub menus are shown at the right side. The available
sub menus are shown as icons which become a
highlighted button after selection. The sub menus are
accessible with:
button, that gives you access to the System Setup page (for Fixed dish).
■ The
button, that gives you access to the System Setup page (for motorized dish).
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Program Satellites page (for motorized dish).
■ The
button, that gives you access to the User LNB Setting page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the About EchoStar information page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the System Upgrade page.
■ The
button, that gives you access to the Factory Reset page.
SIGNAL AND EL-WL INDICATOR
In some menus the signal indicator is shown to help you to find a satellite and fine tune for the
best signal level and quality.
In some menus (motorized only), an EL-WL indicator is shown to show you what the East and
West limits are that you have set for the dish installation, also the position of the searched
satellites is shown.
■ The signal indicator
The top bar shows the signal level to indicate that
you receive a signal.
The bottom bar shows the quality of the signal
(signal-to-noise ratio) to indicate that you have a
lock onto the selected transponder.
The bottom text gives the satellite and network
information to which the lock is established.
■ The EL-WL indicator (motorized only)
EL and WL show you the calculated East and West
Limits. The Indication in the EL-WL indicator show
you the calculated position of the searched
satellites. Note that this indicator can also show in
the TV or Radio mode as part of the InfoBanner.
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2.2.1. SYSTEM SETUP MENU
This sub menu allows you to customize the system setup to match your installation. Note that
the menu page is dynamic which means that it changes with the selections you make. You
can customize:
■ System
To set the dish type you use.
■ LNBs
To set the amount of LNBs you have installed.
■ Polarity
To set the device that controls the signal polarity.
■ Switch
To set the switch type which you use to control the
dish installation (if used).
■ LNB1
To set the LNB type(s) you use.
■ Method (motorized only)
To set the scan method;
AutoSat (automatically calculate the satellite
positions from reference positions)
Manual (enter the satellites by manual search).
■ AutoSat (motorized, AutoSat only)
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the AutoSat setup page (AutoSat only)
■ Set Limits (motorized, manual only)
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the Set Limits page.
■ Satellite (fixed only)
To set the satellite you want to scan for the LNB.
■ Check Signal (fixed only)
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the Check Signal page.
■ LNB Power (SMATV only)
To select the distribution type (cable=Off, IF=On).
■ Symbol Rate 1-4 (SMATV only)
To set the symbol rate you want to scan.
■ Search Channels (SMATV only)
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the Search Channels page.
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2.2.2. FIXED DISH SETUP
This sub menu allows you to customize the system setup to add an additional fixed dish into
your motorized configuration. Note that the menu page is dynamic which means that it
changes with the selections you make. You can customize:
■ LNBs
To set the amount of LNBs you have installed.
■ Polarity
To set the device that controls the signal polarity.
■ Switch
To set the switch type which you use to control the
dish installation.
■ LNB1
To set the LNB type(s) you use.
■ Satellite
To set the satellite you want to scan for the LNB.
■ Check Signal
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the Check Signal page.
2.2.3. PROGRAM SATELLITES
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This sub menu allows you to customize the system setup to add an additional satellite into
your receiver. Note that the menu page is dynamic which means that it changes with the
selections you make. You can customize and view:
■ Satellite
To set the satellite you want to scan for the LNB.
■ Search mode
To set a specific search mode (All, FTA, IF, TP,
network or update).
■ Longitude
To view the satellite location on the Clarke Belt.
■ Transponder
To select a transponder of the selected satellite.
■ Skew
To adjust the Horizontal/Vertical setting (only for
polarotor).
■ Location
To move the dish for best signal level and quality.
■ Satellite offset
To compensate for a dish offset caused by ambient
conditions.
NOTE
The satellite offset will affect all satellite positions,
this means that all scanned positions will change
which might result in total loss of signal for all
satellites.
■ Search Channels
To confirm the selections you made and advance
to the Search Channels page.
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2.2.4. USER LNB SETTING
This sub menu allows you to program a LNB that is not listed in the LNB selection list. Note
that the menu page is dynamic which means that it changes with the selections you make.
You can customize:
■ User’s LNB
To select the first or second user defined LNB.
■ Low Frequency
To enter the low frequency of the user LNB.
■ High Frequency
To enter the high frequency of the user LNB.
■ Polarity Control
To select the device that controls the polarity.
■ Band Control
To set the control signal for high or low band
selection.
■ Ku/C Control
To set the control signal for the Ku/C LNB.
■ Store settings
To confirm the selection and save the settings.
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2.2.5. ABOUT ECHOSTAR
The About EchoStar menu gives all the where-to-contact-Information about EchoStar and the
status information about the receiver. You can view:
■ Company
This field shows the full name of EchoStar.
■ Address
This field shows the address of EchoStar.
■ S/W version
This field shows the current software version
loaded into the receiver.
■ Boot version
This field shows the current boot version loaded
into the receiver.
■ Web site
This field shows the EchoStar web site where you
can find the latest user and software information.
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2.2.6. SYSTEM UPGRADE PAGE
This menu page allows you to upgrade the receiver’s software. EchoStar provides software
updates Over-The-Air (OTA) which means that you can upgrade your system via the satellite.
2.2.7. FACTORY RESET
The Factory Reset menu gives you the possibility to reset the receiver to the initial factory
settings. The memory erase option restores the factory settings over your personal settings.
All customized data like parental lock and favorites will be replaced with the factory settings.
■ Memory Erase - User Data
To instruct the receiver to delete all personal
settings and replace them with the factory settings,
the PIN code is reset to the factory default 0000.
■ HDD Erase - Recordings
To instruct the receiver to delete (only) all TV and
Radio recordings from the hard disk.
■ HDD Erase - MP3 Songs
To instruct the receiver to delete (only) all
MP3 songs from the hard disk.
■ HDD Erase - Backgrounds
To instruct the receiver to delete (only) all the
personal backgrounds from the hard disk.
■ HDD Erase - EPG Data
To instruct the receiver to delete (only) all
scheduled EPG data from the hard disk.
■ Confirm Reset
With this field you can confirm the selections made
and execute the selected procedure.
After the memory erase procedure is finished, you
are taken to the initial setup procedure.
(for detailed instructions, please refer to section 4).
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If you are not able to receive the satellite/transponder, you always can upgrade the software
through the SERIAL PORT (RS232) at the rear of the receiver and the downloaded software
from the EchoStar website.
■ Location
To select the default or user defined satellite where
you want to download from.
■ Satellite
To set the satellite where you want to download
from.
■ TP frequency
To set the transponder where you want to
download from.
■ Polarity
To set the correct polarity for the transponder.
■ Symbol rate
To set the correct symbol rate for the transponder.
■ FEC
To set the correct Forward Error Correction for the
transponder
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2.3. THE CI INFORMATION MENU
This main menu has different sub menus that give
access to the pages where you can view the
CI-module and smart card settings.
Note that the sub menus are dynamic which means
that they change with the selections you make.
The conditional access information menu always
comes in view with the system setup sub menu. In the
menu bar the sub menus are shown at the right side.
The available sub menus are shown as icons which
become a highlighted button after selection. The sub
menus are accessible with:
The
button, that gives you access to the CI-module 1 information page;
The
button, that gives you access to the CI-module 2 information page;
The
button, that gives you access to the Viaccess smart card reader information page.
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2.3.1. CI-MODULES
The CI-modules sub menu gives all the Information about the CI-module and related smart
card that is inserted. Note that the menu is dynamic which means that it changes with the
type of CI-module and related smart card inserted. The menus for slots 1, 2 and 3 are almost
identical, therefore only an example for slot 1 is shown. You can view:
■ Module
Gives information about which CI-module and
related smart card is inserted in the selected
CI-slot.
■ Viaccess Embedded (smart card reader only)
Gives information about which Viaccess
compatible smart card is inserted in the Viaccess
smart card reader.
CONDITIONAL ACCESS INFORMATION
■ As an example;
this page shows the additional information that is
available from the inserted CI-module and
smart card.
■ Note that this page can show differently for other
CI-modules and smart cards.
■ EchoStar has no control over the information
provided by the related service provider, therefor
no specific information is given.
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3.
Familiarization
THE ECHONAV MODE AND SELECTION MENUS
3.1. INTRODUCTION
The mode and selection menu gives access to the
current list, related features and on-screen help lines.
After you have entered the mode and selection menu
you can manipulate the lists through:
■ The Mode bar (red);
■ The List bar (green);
■ The Edit bar (white);
■ The Group bar (yellow);
■ The Sort bar (blue).
3.2. MODE
3.3. LIST
The Lists are available in the all modes. Some of the lists are factory defined and other lists
(Favorite lists) are user defined. Favorite lists are lists of your favorite items that are created
and maintained by you. In every mode you can setup a number of favorite lists. The lists
available are (mode dependent):
■ All Channels
To access the list of scanned TV channels
available on the scanned satellites.
■ Current Sat
To access the list of all scanned TV channels
available on the current selected satellite.
■ Favorites
To access to your own favorite lists. You can
rename the favorites to something meaningful to
yourself, e.g. Film, Sport, Kids.
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The Mode bar gives access to the different receiver modes. The receiver modes are:
■ TV
To switch the receiver in the TV mode and to
access the list of TV channels.
■ Radio
To switch the receiver in the Radio mode and to
access the list of Radio channels.
■ DVR
To switch the receiver in the DVR mode and to
access the list of DVR events.
■ MP3
To switch the receiver in the MP3 mode and to
access the list of MP3 songs.
■ Lists
To switch the receiver in the Lists mode and to
access the favorite lists.
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3.4. EDIT
The Edit options are available in the all modes. The Edit option gives you the possibility to
customize the different lists. The availability of the Edit options is mode dependent, the
available options are:
■ None
No edit option is selected.
■ Move
To enter the move channel function.
■ Add
To enter the add channel function.
■ Rename
To enter the rename channel function.
■ Volume
To enter the set volume offset function.
■ Lock
To enter the lock channel function.
■ Delete
To enter the delete channel function.
■ Edit PID
To enter the edit PID function.
■ Add PID
To enter the add PID function.
■ Edit TP
To enter the edit TP function.
■ Add TP
To enter the add TP function.
■ Add SAT
To enter the add SAT function.
3.5. GROUP
The Group options are available in the all modes. The Group option allows you to group the
lists in different ways. The availability of the Group options is mode dependent, the available
options are:
■ None
No group option is selected.
■ Per Satellite
To group the list per satellite.
■ Per Network
To group the list per network.
■ Per Transponder
To group the list per transponder.
(MP3 mode only)
None
No group option is selected.
■ Per Genre
To group the list per genre.
■ Per Artist
To group the list per artist.
■ Per Album
To group the list per album.
■
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3.6. SORT
The Sort options are available in all modes. The Sort options allow you to sort the lists in
different ways. The availability of the Sort options is mode dependent, the available options
are:
■ None
No sort option is selected.
■ A to Z
Sorts a list alphabetically.
■ Z to A
Sorts a list alphabetically, in reverse order.
■ Character
Shows list with entered character only.
■ Word
Shows a list that contains the selected word only.
■ Scrambled
Shows a list of encrypted channels only.
■ FTA
Shows a list of Free-To-Air channels only.
■ Locked
Shows a list of locked channels only.
THE ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE (EPG)
Most digital channels transmit program data as an
EPG. Digital channels that transmit EPG offer you
program information in advance for a certain period of
time. Dependent of the service provider, EPG is
offered in different ways.
After you have entered the EPG, you can select the
different EPG options, these are:
■ Mode, to select the TV or Radio mode to show.
■ List, to select the list in all channels, current
satellite or personal favorite.
■ Date, to access the EPG calendar.
■ Timers, to select and set the VCR or Reserved
timer.
■ Zoom, to expand or shrink the EPG window as a
function of the time slot.
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4.1. THE TIMERS
The event timers are a kind of alarm clock. An event
timer reminds you when a timed program or recording
starts. You can set the next timers:
■ DVR timer, to automatically record a program onto
the hard disk.
■ VCR timer, to automatically switch over to the
timed program before it really starts. This allows
you to record a program on a video tape (video
recorder);
■ Reserved timer, to automatically switch over to the
timed program before it really starts or when the
receiver is in standby, to switch on the receiver.
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If a timer is set on a program that is shown in the EPG,
the relevant data is already shown in the timer. You
can change the settings as follows:
■ Date, to set the start date for the timer;
■ Start time, to set the start time in hours/minutes;
■ Stop time, to set stop time in hours/minutes;
■ Period, to set the timer once or repeat for every
occurrence;
■ Favorite list, to select a list where to save the
recording (none saves into the all files list).
■ Parental lock, to lock or hide the recording
automatically.
■ Status, to set (active) or delete (inactive) the timer.
■ Store settings, to program the timer.
Timers are shown in the EPG window as clocks.
In the List-Timers page, it is possible to get a list of the
timers that are set. In this page you also can change or
delete a set timer.
You can view an overview of all the timers that are set
if you select the timers list.
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5.
Familiarization
THE INFOBANNER AND POP-UP MENUS
5.1. THE TV INFOBANNER
The TV InfoBanner shows the information related to the actual channel.
The information shown is (some information only if provided by the service provider).
■ The channel information bar, to show the (favorites) list number and the channel name;
■ The satellite information dish, to show the name of the selected satellite;
■ The program information bar, to show the start time, duration indicator and program name;
■ The i-button, to indicate that there is detailed program information available;
■ The additional information bar, to show the additional service icons. These icons show
only if the additional service is available. The icons are:
icon for teletext;
- the
icon for alternate audio;
- the
icon for alternate subtitling;
- the
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- the
icon for Dolby Digital audio;
- the
icon for Favorite channel;
- the
icon for Parental rating information.
■ The digital clock, to show the actual local time;
■ The next program information bar, to show the information of the next program.
■ If the volume +/- key is pressed, the volume button is shown (see the radio InfoBanner).
■ If the mute key is pressed, the volume button is shown with a red indicator.
5.2. THE RADIO INFOBANNER
The radio InfoBanner shows the information related to the actual channel. The radio
InfoBanner can show the same information as discussed with the TV InfoBanner.
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5.3. THE DVR INFOBANNER
The DVR InfoBanner shows the information related to the actual recording. The information
shown is (some information only if provided during the recording by the service provider).
■ The recording information bar, to show the name of the recording;
■ The jog shuttle, to show the actual status of the DVR (rewind, reverse slow motion, pause,
play, fast forward and record);
■ The progress information bar, to show the start time and duration indicator;
■ The i-button, to indicate that there is detailed program information available;
■ The speed indicator to show the (re)wind and slow motion speed;
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■ The menu bar, to show the special functions. The special functions are:
- the
button, to mark a scene with an index marker;
- the
button, to repeat the recording continuously;
- the
button, to repeat all the recordings from the selected (favorite) list;
- the
button, to mark and repeat a scene continuously;
- the
button, to capture an image as a personal background.
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5.4. THE MP3 INFOBANNER
The MP3 InfoBanner shows the information related to the actual MP3 song.
■ The song information bar, to show the name of the recording;
■ The jog shuttle, to show the actual status of the MP3 player (rewind, pause, play and
fast forward);
■ The progress information bar, to show the start time and duration indicator;
■ The i-button, to indicate that there is detailed information available;
■ The bass and treble indicators and the control button (alt audio key);
■ The menu bar, to show the special functions. The special functions are:
- the
button, to repeat the list in a random order;
- the
button, to repeat the song continuously;
- the
button, to repeat all the songs from the selected (favorite) list;
- the
button, to mark and repeat a song fragment continuously;
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5.5. POP-UP MENUS
Some pop-up menus are used to show that the receiver is busy to execute a task. Other popup menus require interaction with the user, you have to confirm or deny a earlier given
command to complete the task
5.5.1. ALT AUDIO
If transmitted, you can set per channel your alternate
audio. You can call up the pop-up menu with the
alternative audio key on the remote control unit.
You can navigate up and down between the audio
languages or left and right for bi-lingual programs.
For the radio channels, you can navigate up and down
between the different radio stations within the selected
channel.
5.5.2. SUBTITLE
5.5.3. SATELLITE LIST
This pop-up menu gives you the possibility to choose
directly from the available satellites. You can call up
the pop-up menu with the satellite key on the remote
control unit.
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If transmitted, you can set per channel your subtitling
You can call up the pop-up menu with the subtitle key
on the remote control unit.
You can navigate up and down between the
languages.
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OPERATION
1.
TO NAVIGATE THROUGH THE MENUS
NOTE
Unless otherwise specified; this note explains the way you can navigate through
the pages of the EchoNAV user menu.
1. Use the OK key to pull down the menu selection fields.
2. Use the keys to scroll the selectable items.
3. Use the keys to navigate between the left and right column of selectable
items.
4. Use the EXIT key to leave the menu and return to the view mode.
5. In a pull-down menu:
- use the OK key to confirm the selection.
- the yellow bar indicates the active selection;
- on the left, the green page indicator indicates where you are.
NOTE
In the following procedures, we assume that you have switched on the TV and the
receiver is in the TV mode.
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1.1. TO SELECT A MODE
1. On the RCU, press the OK key;
2. Press the RED key and make the selection.
3. Read the available help text for information.
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1.2. TO SELECT A CHANNEL
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
Select a channel, either:
a. use the keys;
b. use the page + / - keys;
c. use the numbered keys.
NOTE
Normally, you only can view a scrambled channel with the applicable CI-module
and/or smart card inserted in a CI-slot or Viaccess smart card reader.
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1.3. TO SELECT A LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
On the RCU press the GREEN key.
Select the required list.
1.4. TO GROUP A LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
On the RCU press the YELLOW key.
Select the required group option.
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1.5. TO SORT A LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
On the RCU press the BLUE key.
Select the required sort option.
Note that only for the Character and Word option
a keyboard appears.
6. When the keyboard appears:
a. use the arrow keys to navigate;
b. press OK to accept the character;
c. select the
button to get lower case
characters and numbers;
d. select the
button
e. on the RCU, press the OK key to confirm.
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1.6. TO EDIT A LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required list.
Read the available help text for information.
On the RCU press the WHITE key.
Select the required edit option.
NOTE
Some EDIT options are not always available.
If an option is not presented, select Group - None and Sort - None
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1.6.1. TO MOVE A CHANNEL
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the Edit menu, select the Move option.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the channel you want to move.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection.
5. If you want to undo the selection, press the
OK key again.
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6. Move the channel, either:
a. use the keys;
b. use the page + / - keys;
7. On the RCU, press the OK key to confirm.
8. Either:
a. press the WHITE key to end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to move.
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1.6.2. TO LOCK A CHANNEL
CAUTION
You can only lock a channel or favorite if you have set the parental lock and the
PIN-code correctly. We recommend, in the parental lock menu, that you check if
the lock option is set correctly.
NOTE
After you have set a lock onto a channel, the installation and the EDIT menu are
automatically locked with an installation lock to prevent unauthorized access.
Now you can only access these functions if you know the correct PIN-code.
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the Edit menu, select the LOCK option.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the channel you want to lock.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection.
5. If you want to undo the selection, press the
OK key again.
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6. Either:
a. press the WHITE key to confirm the lock and
end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to lock.
7. You can temporarily unlock all channels:
a. On the RCU, press the MENU key;
b. Select the Parental Lock menu;
c. Enter the correct PIN-code as requested;
d. Set the channel lock to Off.
8. You can restore all the locks on the channels:
a. On the RCU, press the MENU key;
b. Select the Parental Lock menu;
c. Enter the correct PIN-code as requested;
d. Set the channel lock to On.
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1.6.3. TO DELETE A CHANNEL
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the Edit menu, select the DELETE option.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the channel you want to delete.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection
and the cursor advances to the next channel.
5. If you want to undo the selection, press the
OK key again.
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6. Either:
a. press the WHITE key to confirm the deletion
and end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to delete.
1.6.4. TO SET THE CHANNEL VOLUME OFFSET
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the Edit menu, select the VOLUME option.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the channel you want to edit.
On the RCU, use the keys to set the
volume.
5. Either:
a. Press the WHITE key to end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to edit.
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1.6.5. TO RENAME A CHANNEL OR RECORDING
1. In the Edit menu, select the RENAME option.
2. Go to the item you want to rename.
3. On the RCU, press the OK key.
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4. When the keyboard appears:
a. use the arrow keys to navigate;
b. press OK to accept the character;
c. select the
button to get lower case
characters and numbers;
d. select the
button
e. on the RCU, press the OK key to confirm.
5. Either:
a. Press the WHITE key to end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to rename.
CAUTION
You can only hide a channel if you have set the parental lock and the PIN-code
correctly. We recommend that you check if the hide option is set correctly.
NOTE
After you have set a hide onto a channel, the installation and the EDIT menu are
automatically locked with an installation lock to prevent unauthorized access.
Now you can only access these functions if you know the correct PIN-code.
1. Make the hide function available for edit:
a. On the RCU, press the MENU key;
b. Select the Parental Lock menu
c. Enter the correct PIN-code as requested;
2. Set the Master Hide to Off.
3. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key;
b. press the EXIT key.
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1.6.6. TO HIDE A CHANNEL
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1.
2.
3.
4.
In the Edit menu, select the HIDE option.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the channel you want to hide.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection.
5. If you want to undo the selection, press the
OK key again.
6. Either:
a. press the WHITE key to confirm the hide and
end the session, or
b. select the next channel you want to hide.
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7. Make the hide function active
a. On the RCU, press the MENU key;
b. Select the Parental Lock menu
c. Enter the correct PIN-code as requested;
8. Set the Master Hide to On.
9. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key;
b. press the EXIT key.
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10. You can temporarily unhide all channels:
a. On the RCU, press the MENU key;
b. Select the Parental Lock menu
c. Enter the correct PIN-code as requested;
d. Set the Master Hide to Off.
11. You can restore all the hides on the channels:
a. In the parental lock menu, set the Master Hide
to On.
2.
USE THE FAVORITE LISTS
Navigation and use of the favorite lists are the same as for the all channels and current
satellite list as described before. The main difference is that you can setup and organize the
favorite lists as required. EchoStar has already pre-named the favorite lists to help you getting
started. It is however possible to change the name of the favorite list to something that is
meaningful to you.
For adding channels quickly, you can use the group and sort option first to limit the amount of
channels where you want to choose from. As an example, now it is possible to add all sport
related channels in one step to the Sports TV favorite list.
Note that for each mode, a separate number of favorite lists is available.
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2.1. ADD A CHANNEL TO A FAVORITE LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
Group and sort the all channels list to locate the
required channel quickly.
5. On the RCU press the GREEN key.
6. Select the favorite list to which you want to add a
channel.
2.2. ADD A GROUP OF CHANNELS TO A FAVORITE LIST
NOTE
As an example, this procedure details the instructions on how to add a group of
channels to a favorite list.
In this example we add a complete network to the My TV Channels favorite list
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the required mode.
Read the available help text for information.
Group the channels as required.
Select the favorite list to which you want to add
the group of channels.
6. On the RCU press the WHITE key.
7. Select the add option.
8. Go to the network you want to add.
9. On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection
and the cursor advances to the next item.
10. If you want to undo the selection, select again
and press the OK key.
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7. On the RCU press the WHITE key.
8. Select the add option.
9. Go to the channel you want to add.
10. On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note a red bullet appears behind the selection
and the cursor advances to the next channel.
11. If you want to undo the selection, press the
OK key again.
12. Press the WHITE key to end the session.
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11. Press the WHITE key to end the session.
12. If only the network bar is show, press the i-key to
expand the selection.
13. Select a channel.
14. On the RCU, press the OK key to view the
selected channel.
Note that in the left bar of the InfoBanner, a heart
symbol appeared to indicate that this channel is a
favorite channel.
2.3. RENAME A FAVORITE LIST
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1.
2.
3.
4.
On the RCU, press the OK key;
Press the RED key and select Lists.
Press the GREEN key and select the category.
Read the available help text for information.
5. In the Edit bar, select the RENAME option.
6. Go to the favorite list you want to rename.
7. On the RCU, press the OK key.
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8. When the keyboard appears:
a. use the arrow keys to navigate;
b. press OK to accept the character;
c. select the
button to get lower case
characters and numbers;
d. select the
button
e. on the RCU, press the OK key to confirm.
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9. Either:
a. press the WHITE key to end the session, or
b. select the next favorite list you want to
rename.
3.
TO USE THE ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE (EPG)
NOTE
The EPG information is not always available. Sometimes the service provider (who
sends the EPG information) supplies only the program name, the now/next information or sometimes nothing at all. EchoStar has no influence on this matter.
Make sure the local time is set otherwise you can not view EPG information
because it needs the correct time (Refer to the Local Time menu).
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1. Use the EPG key to access the main EPG menu.
2. Allow the receiver to collect the EPG information
for the selected channel.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. Use the keys to select a channel.
5. Use the keys to select the programs.
6. Use the
key to return to actual time in the
EPG window.
7. Use the i-key to shift between detailed program
information and the main EPG menu.
8. Use the OK key to view the selected channel.
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3.1. TO SET A TIMER
CAUTION
Note that the VCR timer does not start or program your video recorder (VCR). You
have to set the timer of your VCR also to the same time as on the receiver. Please
refer to the user’s guide of your VCR how to record from a satellite receiver. On
quite a lot of VCRs you have to select the so called external channel (E1)
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1. On the RCU, press the EPG key.
2. If EPG data is available, select a program in the
future (right of the red line in the EPG window);
3. If no EPG data is available, select the correct
channel.
4. Read the available help text for information.
5. On the RCU press the YELLOW key.
6. Select the required timer.
7. When the timer appears, if necessary:
8. Change the date:
a. use thekey, to go to the Date;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press the OK key to change the date;
d. in the calendar, select the required date;
e. press the OK key to return to the timer.
NOTE
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Be aware that the shown EPG start/stop time might
not be the same as the actual start/stop times,
because of last minute program changes.
9. Change the start time:
a. use thekey, to go to the Start Time;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to set the hours;
d. press the OK key to go to the minutes;
e. press thekeys to set the minutes.
10. Change the stop time:
a. use thekey, to go to the Stop Time;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to set the hours;
d. press the OK key to go to the minutes;
e. press thekeys to set the minutes.
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11. Change the repetition rate:
a. use thekey, to go to the Period;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to set the repetition.
12. Save the recording in a specific (favorite) list:
a. use thekey, to go to the Favorite List;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to set the (favorite) list.
13. Save the recording as locked or hidden
a. use thekey, to go to the Parental Lock;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to select Lock or Hide;
d. press the OK key to activate the setting.
Note that a red bullet appears in selection.
14. Change the status:
a. use thekey, to go to the Status;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekeys to set the status;
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15. Save the timer:
a. use thekey, to go to the Store Settings;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press the OK key to confirm the settings.
16. Note the clock that appeared in your program.
17. Do not forget to program also your VCR if you
have set a VCR timer.
NOTE
You cannot set a (EPG-based) timer in the past or on
a program that has already begun.
If the timer screen does not disappear, you have set
a timer in the past or for a running program. Revise
either date, start or stop time to a time in the future.
18. For a program that has already begun:
a. set the timer as usual and change the
start time to 00:00;
b. use the key, to go to the Store Settings;
c. press the OK key to confirm the settings.
19. Note that:
a. the DVR InfoBanner momentarily appears
with a red blinking indicator;
b. the display on the receiver shows Hdd.
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3.2. DELETE A TIMER
1. On the RCU:
a. press the EPG key;
b. press the GREEN key;
c. select from the list: Timers;
d. press the OK key.
2. Select the applicable timer and press the OK key.
3. Change the status:
a. use the key, to go to the status;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press thekey to set the status to inactive.
4. Delete the timer:
a. use the key, to go to the Store Settings;
b. read the available help text for information;
c. press the OK key to confirm the deletion.
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3.3. USE THE INFOBANNER RELATED FUNCTIONS
1. On the RCU, press the i-key.
2. If available, allow the receiver to collect the
EPG information for the selected channel.
3. If the i-button in the InfoBanner is shown,
use the i-key on the RCU to shift between the
detailed program information and the InfoBanner.
4. On the RCU, press the EXIT key to remove the
InfoBanner from the screen (only in TV-mode).
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3.4. TO SELECT THE ALTERNATE AUDIO
1. On the InfoBanner, find the alt audio symbol.
2. On the RCU, press the
key.
3. In the Alt. Audio pop-up menu, select the
required alternate audio.
Note that alternate audio information is provided
by the service provider.
4. On the RCU, press the
Digital Satellite Receiver
key.
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3.5. TO SELECT THE SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
1. On the InfoBanner, find the subtitle symbol.
2. On the RCU, press the
key.
3. In the subtitle pop-up menu, select the required
subtitle language.
Note that subtitle information is provided by the
service provider.
4. On the RCU, press the
key.
3.6. TO SELECT ANOTHER SATELLITE
4.
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1. On the RCU, press the
key.
2. In the Satellites List pop-up menu, select the
required satellite.
3. On the RCU, press the OK key.
Note that the dish moves towards the selected
satellite.
TO USE THE DVR
4.1. PLAY BACK A RECORDING
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the DVR mode.
Read the available help text for information.
Select a recording, either:
a. use the keys;
b. use the page + / - keys;
5. On the RCU, press the OK key to playback the
recording.
6. On the RCU:
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a. press the
key for play;
b. press the
key for fast forward;
c. press the
key for rewind;
d. press the
key for pause;
e. press the
key to stop.
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7. For forward slow motion, on the RCU:
a. press the
key for pause;
b. press the
key for slow motion;
8. For reverse slow motion, on the RCU:
a. press the
key for pause;
b. press the
key for reverse slow motion.
4.2. USE THE INDEX MARKER
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1. Play back a recording.
2. On the RCU:
a. press the i-key to show the InfoBanner;
b. press the MENU key to activate the menu;
3.
4.
5.
6.
c. use thekeys to select the
button.
Wait for the scene that you want to mark.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Wait for the popup to disappear.
On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to leave the menu;
b. press the EXIT key to remove the InfoBanner.
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4.3. PLAY BACK THE INDEX MARKER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select the DVR mode.
Select the event with the index marker.
On the RCU, press the i-key to expand.
Select the index that you want to play back.
On the RCU, press the OK key to playback the
index.
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4.4. USE THE A-B MARKER
1. Play back a recording.
2. On the RCU:
a. press the i-key to show the InfoBanner;
b. press the MENU key to activate the menu;
c. use thekeys to select the
button.
3. Wait for the scene that you want to repeat.
4. On the RCU, press the OK key.
5. Wait for the popup to disappear.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Wait for the end of the scene you want to repeat.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Wait for the popup to disappear.
Note that the marked scene repeats
continuously.
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10. On the RCU, press the OK key to cancel the
marker.
11. Wait for the popup to disappear.
12. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to leave the menu;
b. press the EXIT key to remove the InfoBanner.
4.5. CAPTURE A PERSONAL BACKGROUND
1. Play back a recording.
2. On the RCU:
a. press the i-key to show the InfoBanner
b. press the MENU key to activate the menu;
3.
4.
5.
6.
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c. use thekeys to select the
button.
Wait for the scene that you want to capture.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Wait for the popup to disappear.
On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to leave the menu;
b. press the EXIT key to remove the InfoBanner.
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4.6. INSTALL A PERSONAL BACKGROUND
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
2.
3.
4.
5.
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
Press the OK key and select Background menu.
Read the available help text for information.
Select the personal background.
On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to leave the menu;
b. press the EXIT key to return to live video.
4.7. USE LIVE PAUSE
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1. In the TV mode, select a channel to view.
2. On the RCU, press the
key:
a. the DVR InfoBanner appears with a yellow
pause and a red blinking indicator (recording);
b. the live video freezes;
c. the display on the receiver shows Hdd.
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3. On the RCU, press the
key:
a. the live video is continued from the pause;
b. the DVR InfoBanner disappears;
c. the display on the receiver shows Hdd.
4. On the RCU: press the
key to fast forward a
time frame (to catch up with the real live video).
5. On the RCU, press the
Digital Satellite Receiver
key to abort pause.
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5.
Operation
TO USE THE MP3 PLAYER
5.1. PLAY BACK A SONG
NOTE
Thekeys have a different function in the various selections:
■ normal play mode: key, previous song - key, next song;
■ detailed information: key, previous song - key, next song;
■ play mode menu: key, previous mode - key, next mode;
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Select the MP3 mode.
Read the available help text for information.
Select a song, either:
a. use the keys;
b. use the page + / - keys;
5. On the RCU, press the OK key to play back the
song.
6. On the RCU:
key for play;
b. press the
key for fast forward;
c. press the
key for rewind;
d. press the
key for pause;
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a. press the
e. press the
key to stop;
f. press the i-key for detailed information.
7. For bass and treble setting, on the RCU:
a. press the
key for the bass control button;
b. press thekeys to change the setting;
c. press the
key for the treble control button;
d. press thekeys to change the setting;
e. press the
key to confirm the setting.
8. For the different play modes, on the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to access the menu;
b. press thekey to select a play mode;
c. press the OK key, to activate the selection;
d. press the OK key, to cancel the selection;
e. press the MENU key to leave the menu.
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5.2. USE THE A-B MARKER
1. Play back a song.
2. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to activate the menu;
b. use thekeys to select the
button.
3. Wait for the fragment that you want to repeat.
4. On the RCU, press the OK key.
5. Wait for the popup to disappear.
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6. Wait for the end of the fragment you want to
repeat.
7. On the RCU, press the OK key.
8. Wait for the popup to disappear.
9. Note that the marked fragment repeats
continuously.
10. On the RCU, press the OK key to cancel the
marker.
11. Wait for the popup to disappear.
12. On the RCU, press the MENU key to leave the
menu.
13. Note that none of the buttons is highlighted.
6.
TO SET THE USER PREFERENCES
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6.1. TO CHANGE THE USER PROFILE
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
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6.2. TO CHANGE THE LANGUAGE
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
6.3. TO SET THE PARENTAL LOCK
NOTE
This procedure does not lock a specific channel or favorite. After you made the
parental control settings, you must lock the required channels or favorites manually. For a detailed procedure, please refer to the paragraph To lock a channel.
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1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
2.
3.
4.
5.
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
Enter the correct PIN-code as requested
Press the OK key and make the selections.
Read the available help text for information.
On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
6.4. TO CHANGE THE PIN CODE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select the parental Lock menu
Enter the correct PIN-code as requested
Select the Change PIN Code bar.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
Read the available help text for information.
In the Change PIN-Code menu, make the
required selections. Now you will return to the
parental lock menu.
7. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
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6.5. TO SET THE LOCAL DATE AND TIME
NOTE
Make sure the local time is set correctly otherwise you can not view and use the
EPG information because the EPG and the related timers need the correct time.
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
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6.6. TO SET THE TV SYSTEM
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
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c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. On the RCU:
a. press the MENU key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
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Section 5
Maintenance
Section 6
MAINTENANCE
1.
HARDWARE MAINTENANCE
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
REMOVE THE MAINS PLUG FROM THE POWER SUPPLY SOCKET BEFORE YOU CLEAN THE
RECEIVER. MAKE SURE, IF USED, CLEANING AGENTS CANNOT GET IN THE RECEIVER.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Switch the receiver to stand-by and on the display make sure the clock shows.
Remove the mains plug from the power supply socket.
Wait at least five seconds, to help avoid possible damage to the receiver’s electronics.
Use a dry, soft and clean lint-free cleaning cloth to clean the receiver.
Other cleaning agents can cause damage to the outside surface.
a. Make a dry, soft and clean lint-free cleaning cloth a little damp.
b. Carefully wipe the surface and make sure that no moisture gets into the receiver.
c. Let the receiver dry on the air.
6. Install the receiver and make sure all connections on the rear panel are made correctly
(For more detailed instructions, please refer to the section Installation).
7. Connect the mains plug to the power supply socket.
8. Set the local time, for detailed instructions please refer to the section Operation.
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NOTE
Make sure the local time is set correctly otherwise you can not view and use the
EPG information because the EPG and the related timers need the correct time.
2.
SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
NOTE
Unless otherwise specified; This note explains the way you can navigate through
the maintenance pages of the EchoNAV setup menu.
1. Use the OK key to pull down the menu selection fields.
2. Use thearrow keys to go through the selectable menu items.
3. In a pull-down menu, use the OK key to confirm the selection.
4. Use thearrow keys to navigate between the left and right column of
selectable menu items.
5. Use the EXIT key to leave the menu and return to the live mode.
2.1. TO CHANGE THE SETUP OF THE RECEIVER
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
2.
3.
4.
5.
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
or
menu.
Press the OK key and make the selections.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the Check Signal field.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
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6. Wait for the Check Signal page to appear.
7. In the Check Signal menu make the required
selections for transponder and search mode.
8. Read the available help text for information.
9. If the red dot in the transponder field stays:
a. select another transponder;
b. go to the check signal field;
c. on the RCU, press the OK key.
10. Go to the Search Channels field.
11. On the RCU, press the OK key.
12. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
13. On the RCU, press the OK key.
.
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2.2. TO CHANGE THE USER LNB SETTINGS
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
2.
3.
4.
5.
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
Press the OK key and make the selections.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the Store Settings field.
On the RCU:
a. press the OK key to save the settings;
b. press the EXIT key to leave the menu.
2.3. ABOUT ECHOSTAR - RECEIVER INFORMATION
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. In the About EchoStar information menu you can
look up the factory and receiver information.
3. Read the available help text for information.
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2.4. TO DO A SOFTWARE UPDATE FROM THE SATELLITE
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
4. Go to the System Upgrading field.
5. On the RCU, press the OK key.
6. Wait for the system upgrade to complete.
WARNING
DO NOT PRESS ANY KEYS DURING THE SESSION, THIS
CAN INTERRUPT THE SOFTWARE UPGRADE SEQUENCE
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WHICH CAN DAMAGE THE RECEIVER PERMANENTLY.
■
The receiver display shows:
- ota (check for new software)
- d1...d100 (downloading)
- P1...P100 (upgrading)
- done (update memory)
- C.... (channel indication)
NOTE
EchoStar offers on a regular basis software updates via the satellite and the
EchoStar website. If you have trouble to get a download with the latest software
version, please ask your retail seller or dealer for assistance.
2.5. TO DO A FACTORY RESET
NOTE
Be sure if you select Memory Erase because all your personal settings will be
deleted and replaced with the factory settings. Some of the personal settings that
will be deleted are Parental Lock, Favorite lists and System setup. Memory erase
resets the receiver as if the receiver comes just out of the box.
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1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
2.
3.
4.
5.
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
Press the OK key and make the selections.
Read the available help text for information.
Go to the Confirm Reset field.
On the RCU, press the OK key.
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2.6. TO GET CONDITIONAL ACCESS INFORMATION
1. On the RCU, press:
a. the MENU key;
b. the key to select the
menu;
c. the OK key, to select the
menu.
2. Press the OK key and make the selections.
3. Read the available help text for information.
2.7. TO ADD A SATELLITE
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1. On the RCU, press:
a. the OK key;
b. Select Mode = TV
c. Select List = All Channels
d. Select Group = None
e. Select Sort = None
f. Select Edit = Add SAT
2. On the RCU, press the OK key.
3. Use the on-screen keyboard to enter the name of
the satellite.
4. When the keyboard appears:
a. use the arrow keys to navigate;
b. press OK to accept the character;
c. select the
button to get lower case
characters and numbers;
d. select the
button
e. on the RCU, press the OK key to confirm.
5. On the RCU, use the numeric keys to enter the
Position.
6. Select the Location.
7. On the RCU, press the white key.
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8. Enter the required settings.
9. Read the available help text for information.
10. Go to the continue field.
11. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
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12. Make the required selections, it is advised to
select the search mode as TP.
13. Read the available help text for information.
14. Monitor the signal indicator and make sure that
you have sufficient signal strength and quality.
15. After you found the location, press the OK key to
confirm the position.
16. Go to the Search Channels field.
17. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
18. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
19. On the RCU:
a. press the OK key to end the procedure;
b. press the EXIT key to return to live video.
2.8. TO ADD A TRANSPONDER
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1. Select a channel of the satellite to which you
want to add a transponder.
2. On the RCU, press:
a. the OK key;
b. Select Mode = TV
c. Select List = All Channels
d. Select Group = None
e. Select Sort = None
f. Select Edit = Add TP
3. On the RCU, press the OK key.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
On the RCU, press the OK key again to advance.
Enter the required settings.
Read the available help text for information.
Monitor the signal indicator and make sure that
you have sufficient signal strength and quality.
8. Go to the Search Channels field.
9. On the RCU, press the OK key to advance.
10. Wait for the search to complete:
a. the receiver display shows a moving dot;
b. the search completed popup menu appears.
11. On the RCU:
a. press the OK key to advance;
b. press the white key to end the procedure;
c. press the EXIT key to return to live video.
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2.9. TO ADD A PID
1. Select a channel of the transponder to which you
want to add a PID.
2. On the RCU, press:
a. the OK key;
b. Select Mode = TV
c. Select List = All Channels
d. Select Group = None
e. Select Sort = None
f. Select Edit = Add PID
3. On the RCU, press the OK key.
4. Select the applicable transponder.
5. On the RCU, press the OK key.
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6. Enter the required settings.
7. Read the available help text for information.
8. Monitor the signal indicator and make sure that
you have sufficient signal strength and quality.
9. Go to the Store Settings field.
10. On the RCU:
a. press the OK key to store the settings;
b. press the white key to end the procedure;
c. press the EXIT key to return to live video.
3.
END OF LIFE DISPOSAL
Your receiver and related accessories contain materials which can be recycled and reused.
Specialized companies can recycle your equipment to increase the amount of reusable
materials and to minimize the amount of materials to be disposed of.
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Please inform yourself on local regulations on disposal of your equipment.
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Troubleshooting
Section 7
TROUBLESHOOTING
1.
GENERAL
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. Nothing appears on the
receiver display.
■
Main power cable is
damaged or not
connected.
■
Check the main power
cord and insert it in the
(wall socket).
■
General domestic power
failure
■
Check the domestic
power supply and insert a
new fuse.
■
The back-up battery of
■ Contact your dealer.
the clock might be empty.
2. The display shows a
flashing - - : - -
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3. You have forgotten the
personal PIN-code.
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2.
Contact your dealer.
EPG RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. The EPG is empty.
■
You have selected an
empty (favorites) list.
■
Select another (favorites)
list.
■
The selected program
supports no EPG.
■
There is no solution for
this, the data is supplied
by the service provider
and beyond control.
■
The local time is not
correct.
■
In the Local Time menu,
set the correct time.
■
The selected program is
an analog channel.
(InfoBanner shows no
i button)
■
Select a digital channel
because analog channels
do not support EPG
information.
■
The time scale of the
EPG is to big.
■
2. The EPG shows (little)
grey balloons without
text.
Use the zoom function
(blue key) to reduce the
time scale until the
information can be read.
■ Select the grey balloon
and on the RCU, press
the i-key to view and read
the information.
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3.
Troubleshooting
TV AND RADIO RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. No picture or sound in the ■ Receiver is in standby.
TV or radio mode.
■ Cable related problems.
2. Bad picture or noisy
sound in the TV or radio
mode.
Switch the receiver on.
■
Check the cable
connections and do any
necessary work.
■
Dish/LNB related
problems.
■
Make sure the dish and
LNB are correctly
adjusted. Do any
necessary work.
■
Bad reception of the
signal.
■
Make sure the dish and
LNB are clean and
correctly adjusted. Do
any necessary work.
■
Signal interference with
UHF-installation.
■
Check the UHF settings.
Make sure you use the
correct channel. Please
refer to the TV/radio user
guide.
■
Bad reception of the
signal.
■
Make sure the channel
selected transmits.
■ Make sure the correct
dish or LNB is selected.
■ Make sure the dish and
LNB are clean and
correctly adjusted. Do
any necessary work.
■ Connect the
4. There is no Dolby digital ■ The equipment is
connected to the receiver
S/P DIF connector of the
(AC-3) sound to my other
with a RCA or SCARTreceiver to the Dolby
equipment.
cable only.
digital input of the
receiving equipment.
5. I cannot view or listen to a ■ The CI-module/smart
card is not valid.
scrambled channel.
6. I cannot find a channel
which should be there.
7. The TV shows a popup:
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■
Insert, for this service, a
valid CI-module/smart
card.
■
The CI-module/smart
card is not (correctly)
inserted.
■
Insert the CI-module/
smart card correctly.
■
The group or sort option
is set.
■
Set the group and sort
mode to none.
■
You are in the wrong list.
■
Check the all channels
list and select the correct
(favorite) list.
■
The channel is hidden.
■
Unhide the channel.
■
You have selected an
empty (favorite) list.
■
Press the WHITE key
Select the add option.
■ Press the GREEN key
Select the Current Sat or
All Channels list.
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3. The TV shows a
No Signal message.
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Troubleshooting
4.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU) RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. Receiver does not
respond to the RCU.
■
Batteries are empty.
■
■
The RCU is set to another ■ On the RCU, press the
mode (TV, VCR, AUX).
SAT key.
■
The receiver code is not
programmed correctly.
■
Program the SAT mode
with code 0222, see the
appendix for instructions.
■
Direct sun light from
behind the receiver.
■
Close the sun blinds or
get closer to the receiver.
■
You do not aim
■ Aim at the receiver
sufficiently at the receiver.
display.
■ install a RCU extender.
■
Batteries are almost
empty.
2. Receiver does sometimes not respond to the
RCU.
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■
Insert new batteries.
Insert new batteries.
DVR RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. I can not record a TV or
radio broadcast onto the
hard disk drive.
■
You have pressed the
record key once.
■
Press the record key
twice, EchoStar has build
in a safety to prevent
unwanted recording.
■
You have selected an
analog station.
■
Analog broadcasts
cannot be recorded onto
the digital DVR, Please
record the broadcast with
a VCR.
■
Check the Local Time
setting and reset as
necessary.
2. The programmed channel ■ Local time setting is not
correctly set.
is not recorded completely.
3. Live pause seems not to
work.
4. I cannot access the special functions menu.
Digital Satellite Receiver
■
The EPG data does not
reflect the actual start or
stop time.
■
This data is supplied by
the service provider and
beyond control. You can
set the timer 5 minutes
earlier/later than shown.
■
You have selected an
analog station.
■
Live pause records the
program temporarily onto
DVR. Analog broadcasts
cannot be recorded onto
the digital DVR.
■
You have pressed the
record key.
■
Press the pause key
once.
■
The InfoBanner is not in
view.
■
Use the i-key to show the
InfoBanner and press the
MENU key.
■
You did not press the
MENU key.
■
Press the MENU key.
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6.
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
5. The detailed information
window shows
NO INFORMATION
■
You have made a
■ There is no solution for
recording from a program
this, the data is supplied
that did not offer detailed
by the service provider
information.
and beyond control.
6. I cannot find a recording
which should be there.
■
The group or sort option
is set.
■
Set the group and sort
mode to none.
■
You are in the wrong list.
■
Check the all Files list
and select the correct
(favorite) list.
■
The recording is hidden.
■
Unhide the recording.
MP3 PLAYER RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. I cannot access the special functions menu.
■
You did not press the
MENU key.
■
2. The detailed information
window shows data that
is not complete.
■
The detailed information ■ When already on the
is not available in the
DVR, you cannot access
MP3-tag.
this information. During
The MP3-tag is part of the
downloading, use the
MP3 file and contains the
MP3 loader to change or
detailed information.
complete the MP3-tag.
3. I cannot go to another
song with thekeys.
■
You are in the special
functions menu
■
Press the MENU key.
Press the MENU key and
try again.
INSTALLATION RELATED
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. My television does not
receive any signal from
the receiver (UHF only)
■
You did not select the
correct audio/video
channel on your TV.
■
2. My television does not
receive any signal from
the receiver
■
You did not select the
correct A/V channel on
your TV.
■
Select the correct A/V
channel on your TV.
■
You did not use a correct
SCART cable.
■
Use only a full featured
SCART cable that is
correctly shielded.
■
On the receiver, in the
user profile menu select
the correct aspect ratio.
Refer to the user manual
of the TV for instructions.
■ On the receiver, In the TV
system menu select the
correct channel and PAL
setting.
■ Use another method to
connect the receiver.
3. My television shows black ■ You did not select the
areas on the left and right
correct aspect ratio for
of the screen.
your TV.
4. In a motorized
■ The motor turns the other ■ At the receiver, change
installation, the dish turns
way around because the
the cable connections to
to the West while I select
cable is not installed
M1 and M2.
Set East Limit.
correctly.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
5. In a motorized
installation, I cannot
select a specific satellite.
■
■
The required satellite is
located outside the
selected East or West
limit.
Section 7
If physically possible,
mind dish damage, revise
the limit setting.
■ Select another satellite.
■ The cables used are
■ Inspect the cable for
6. In a motorized
worn, damaged or
possible damage and
installation, the positioner
corroded.
install new cable as
reacts unpredictable
required.
which results in incorrect
positioning of the dish.
■ The cable is incorrectly
■ Use sufficiently shielded
finished or not sufficiently
and correctly finished
shielded.
cables.
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7. During (initial) setup of
■ You did not select the
the receiver, no channels
correct LNB(F).
are found.
8. The signal indicator
shows one indicator
(only signal strength).
■
On the receiver, in the
installation setup menu
select the correct LNB(F).
■
When installed, you have ■ On the receiver, in the
selected the incorrect
installation setup menu
switch type or port.
make the correct
selections.
■
You have selected the
incorrect satellite to
search channels on.
■
On the receiver, in the
installation setup menu
select the correct
satellite.
■
You have selected the
incorrect search method.
■
At an initial setup, always
choose the option All.
■
You have selected an
analog transponder
■
Select another (digital)
transponder.
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Section 7
Glossary
Section 8
GLOSSARY
1.
LIST OF USED ABBREVIATIONS
MCPC
ANT
Audio/Video
Alternating Current
ANTenna (terrestial)
ATA
Advanced Technology Attachement
min.
ºC
mm
CD
Celcius
Conditional Access Module
Compact Disc
CE
Conformite European
NVOD
CH
CHannel
Common Interface
OSD
D2MAC
Digital Multiplexed Analog
Component version 2
OTA
DAC
Digital Analog Converter
PAL B/G
dB
deciBell
deciBell milliwatts
PAL D/K
A/V
AC
CAM
CI
dBm
min
MPEG
NTSC
OSG
PCMCIA
Multiple Channel Per Carrier
MegaHertz
minute
minimum
millimeter
Moving Picture Experts Group
National Television Standards
Committee
Near Video On Demand
On-Screen Display
On Screen Graphics
Over The Air
Phase Alternating Line B/G
Phase Alternating Line D/K
Personal Computer Memory Card
Industry Association
DiSEqC
PCR
Direct Current
Digital Satellite Equipment Control PID
DMA
Direct Memory Access
PIN
DVB
PWM
HW
Digital Video Broadcasting
Digital Video Recorder
East Limit
Electronic Program Guide
Fahrenheit
Free-To-Air
Gigabit
GigaByte
GrouND
Graphical User Interface
Horizon-to-Horizon
HardWare
IDE
Intelligent Drive Equipment
SW
IEC
International Electrotechnic
Committee
TP
IF
Intermediate Frequency
TV
IRD
Integrated Receicer Decoder (the
satellite receiver)
µs
ISO
UHF
LNB
International Standards Organisation
kilogram
kiloHertz
kiloWatt
Low Noise Block down converter
Vp-p
Ultra High Frequency
Volt
Video ReCorder
Version
Voltspeak-peak
LNBF
LNB with Feedhorn
Vrms
Voltsrootmeansquare
max.
maximum
MegaByte
Megabits per second
W
Watt
West Limit
Width x Height x Depth
DC
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MHz
DVR
EL
EPG
ºF
FTA
Gb
GB
GND
GUI
H-H
kg
kHz
kW
MB
Mbps
Digital Satellite Receiver
Program Clock Reference
QPSK
Packet IDentification
Personal Identification Number
Pulse Width Modulation
Quadrature Phase Shift Key
RCA
Connector type, also Cinch connector
RCU
SAT
Remote Control Unit
Radio Frequency
RaNDom
Sony/Philips Digital Interface
SATellite
SCART
Connector type, also Euro connector
SCPC
Single Channel Per Carrier
Satellite Master Antenna TV
Set Top Box (the satellite receiver)
Software
TransPonder
RF
RND
S/PDIF
SMATV
STB
V
VCR
Ver.
WL
WxHxD
TeleVision
micro second
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2.
Glossary
EXPLANATION OF USED TERMINOLOGY
C-band
CCITT
Clarke Belt
CI-module/CAM
Common Interface (CI)
Conditional Access
DBS band
Decoder
Digital Audio Broadcasting
DiSEqC
EPG
FEC
Feedhorn
Ferrite
Fixed Dish
Free-To-Air broadcast
Frequency band
High Definition Television
Horizontal
KU-band
LNB
LNBF
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DVB
A frequency range (3.70-4.20 GHz) used for satellite
broadcasts.
An European committee of the international
Telecommunications Union and makes recommendations for
the distribution of telephone and data distribution.
The Clarke Belt is a dedicated satellite orbit in which satellites
remain in a fixed position relative to the Earth’s surface.
Both names are used for these modules. These modules are
PCMCIA cards with a slot in which you can insert a smart
card.
A DVB standard which defines the software and hardware
requirements for condition access systems.
A system which is used by service providers to control the
subscriber’s access to certain services, programs and events
like Pay TV.
A signal frequency range (11.70-12.40ghz) intended for direct
TV broadcast by satellite channels.
A unit that is connected to a satellite receiver in order to
unscramble a picture that is protected by encryption.
Standard which describes the method of transmitting digital
audio.
A standard through which it is possible to let a DiSEqC
compatible receiver send a signal over the RF cable to a
switching device to switch between different LNBs or dishes.
The DiSEqC uses the 22 kHz signal to control the switching
device.
A broadcast standard for digital radio and television, using
MPEG-2 compression. DVB is being supported by all
European manufacturers and broadcasters.
A electronic program guide that comes with the broadcast of a
particular satellite, Note that every station fills the EPG
differently or not, so differences in the EPG are not
necessarily receiver errors.
Is an invisible part of a broadcast.which makes sure that
possible errors in the reception of the satellite signal are
corrected.
A part of the dish which collects the signals from the dish. The
signal is then fed to the LNB(F).
A remote controlled device that determines the polarity of the
signal which is fed to the LNB. The ferrite is more or less an
electro-magnetic polarizer.
A dish antenna that is pointed at one particular satellite.
An unscrambled broadcast which you can view without
additional payments to a service provider.
A frequency band is a range of frequencies which are dedicate
to a certain usage. In the satellite area, commonly known
bands are the C-band and the Ku-band.
A digital television format, which combines high-resolution
video and theater like sound to create a movie theater quality
TV viewing experience.
In the satellite industry, horizontal is used to indicate the
direction in which the received signal is polarized. Normally
you will find that it is abbreviated as H.
A frequency range (10.70-18.00 GHz) used by most European
TV satellites.
A device behind the feedhorn which processes the signal into
a format which is understood by the receiver for further
processing
A LNB with an integrated Feedhorn. So the LNBF comes as
one single unit.
Glossary
MPEG
Near Video-On-Demand
Network
NTSC
PAL
PID
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Parental lock
Pay-Per-Channel
Pay-Per-View
Pay TV
PIN-code
Polarization
Polarizer
Polarmount
Receiver
RS232 connection
Satellite
SCART cable
Service provider
Digital Satellite Receiver
Section 8
The Moving Picture Experts group is founded by the ISO to
provide a basis for the coding and compression of moving
pictures. MPEG has now become a standard method for the
digital transmission of video and sound using less bandwidth
than the analog transmission method.
Multi channel system broadcasting many copies of a film with
staggered start times so a complete film is always available to
a viewer with a short waiting period.
With respect to the receiver, a network (also known as a
bouquet) is a set of programs that is offered by a single
service provider.
USA video standard with image format 4:3, 625 lines, 60 Hz
and 4 MHz bandwidth with a total of 6 MHz video channel
width.
European video standard with image format 4:3, 625 lines,
50 Hz and 4 MHz bandwidth with a total of 8 MHz video
channel width.
MPEG-2 transmits the audio and video information in socalled packages. At the beginning of each package is an
identifier (PID) present which tells the receiver what to do with
the received information. Satellite receivers use normally four
types of PID, these are VPID (video PID), APID (audio PID),
Program Clock Reference (PCR PID) and data PID (EPG
information).
A feature which is introduced to give you the possibility to
‘lock’ or ‘hide’ several functions of the receiver to prevent
unauthorized persons (children) to view broadcasts that are
not suitable for them. The use of the parental lock requires a
PIN-code. With this PIN-code you can change or unlock the
locked or hided recordings and channels.
With this feature, the viewer has to pay a certain price per
month (or other period) to receive all programs of a certain
channel.
Conditional access service where the user is able to buy one
particular program from a particular service provider.
With Pay TV, the consumer has to pay for certain programs or
services.
The PIN-code or Personal Identification Number is necessary
to make use of the parental lock feature. The PIN code has
four digits which can be set personally.
Broadcasts are done in a particular frequency band. To make
maximum use of a frequency band and bring you the
maximum number of programs, the broadcasts are polarized
in different ways to fit as much as possible programs into one
frequency band.
A remote controlled device that determines the polarity of the
signal which is fed to the LNB.
A motorized dish antenna mount which enables a dish to point
at every ‘visible’ satellite on the Clarke Belt.
Unit which takes signals from a dish and converts them so
they can appear on radio and TV.
A RS232 connection allows you to connect equipment to the
receiver which supports the RS232 protocol.
A broadcast station, for satellite radio and TV, positioned on
the Clarke Belt.
A SCART cable is also known as ‘Peritel’ cable and is
commonly used in Europe to connect the audio and video
equipment. A fully furnished SCART cable has 21 wires which
is at both sides finished with a 21-pin connector.
A service provider is a company or organization that collects
and offers you a number of programs and services. Some are
free of charge and others you have to pay for.
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Glossary
Smart Card
SMATV
Stream
Symbol rate
Transponder
Vertical
3.
A card that contains a ‘smart’ code and is used to de-scramble
encrypted broadcasts when placed in a decoder or receiver
with a built-in decoder.
A satellite master antenna TV system is a system which
shares the reception resources and is intended for the
distribution of TV and radio signals to the user in one ore more
buildings.
The signal which is received from the transponder which
contains the together with the video signal, additional
information that the receiver needs in order to process the
received signal correctly.
Invisible information which tells the receiver at which speed
(rate) the transponder sends the digital information (symbols).
The receiver must be able to handle the symbol rate to
process the signal correctly into a correct image.
Equipment inside a satellite responsible for receiving a single
uplinked channel and rebroadcasting it back to Earth.
In the satellite industry, vertical is used to indicate the direction
in which the received signal is polarized. Normally you will find
that it is abbreviated as V.
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In the various menu pages you can make a selection from various search modes. The search
mode gives the possibility to scan a satellite or transponder in a particular manner. The
search modes are identified as:
All
In this mode the built-in database is used to select the available transponders.
The digital and analog channels that belong to these transponders are
searched for and added to the all channel list.
FTA
In this mode the built-in database is used to only search for the available
FTA channels which are then added to the all channel list. In the real world it
seems that the service providers do not always accurately code their channels
with a scrambled or FTA code. For this reason you may find that some
searched channels are scrambled. Also there is a possibility that scrambled
channels are coded as FTA. These channels will then be missed out because
of the erroneous code.
Network
In this mode the built-in database or information from the received stream is
used to search for the transponders that are included with the currently
received network. The digital channels that belong to this network are
searched for and added to the all channel list.
TP
In this mode the built-in database or information from the received stream is
used to search for or scan in the selected transponder. The digital and/or
analog channels that belong to this transponder only are searched for or
scanned in and added to the all channel list.
Digital
In this mode the built-in database is used to search for the available digital
channels. The digital channels are then added to the all channel list. The digital
channels are shown as white channel names for easy recognition.
Analog
In this mode the built-in database is used to add the analog channels to the all
channel list. The analog channels are shown as black channel names for easy
recognition.
Digital IF
In this mode the currently received satellite is scanned for digital channels. The
digital channels, within the tuner bandwidth and selected symbol rates are
scanned in and added to the all channel list.
Analog IF
In this mode the currently received satellite is scanned for analog channels.
The analog channels within the tuner bandwidth are scanned in and added to
the all channel list.
Update
In this mode the built-in database is used to search for the available digital
channels. Then all new channels are added to the all channel list.
None
Transponders on the selected satellite are not searched for.
Index
INDEX
A
a-b repeat ............................... 4-19, 5-16, 5-19
about echostar page .................................... 6-2
add a channel to a favorite list ..................... 5-8
add pid ....................................................... 4-15
add pid ......................................................... 6-6
add sat ....................................................... 4-15
add satellite ................................................. 6-4
add tp ........................................................ 4-15
add transponder .......................................... 6-5
alternate audio ........................ 4-18, 4-20, 5-13
alternate subtitling ..................................... 4-18
analog .......................................................... 7-3
autosat ..................................................3-6, 4-9
B
backgrounds ................................................ 4-6
bad picture ................................................... 7-2
bass control ............................................... 5-18
blue key ....................................................... 5-2
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el-wl indicator ...............................................4-8
epg .................................... 3-5, 4-16, 5-10, 7-1
erase - backgrounds ..................................4-12
erase - epg data ................................. 4-12, 6-3
erase - mp3 songs ............................. 4-12, 6-3
erase - recordings .............................. 4-12, 6-3
F
factory reset ....................................... 4-12, 6-3
fast forward ...................................... 4-19, 5-14
favorite .......................................................4-18
favorite lists ..................................................5-7
features ........................................................4-1
ferrite .............................................3-3, 4-2, 8-2
fixed dish setup ..........................................4-10
fixed installations .........................................3-5
fta ...............................................................4-16
G
green key .....................................................5-2
group ..........................................................4-15
group a list ...................................................5-2
capture background ..........................4-19, 5-16
caution ......................................................... 1-2
ce mark ........................................................ 1-2
change the language ................................. 5-20
change the pin code .................................. 5-20
change the user profile .............................. 5-19
check signal ............................................... 4-10
check signal menu ....................................... 6-2
ci-module ...............................................1-I, 7-2
cleaning ....................................................... 6-1
clock .................................................4-17, 5-12
conditional access information .................... 6-4
conditional access menu ....................4-5, 4-13
connections ................................................. 4-2
H
D
K
decoder ....................................................... 3-1
delete ......................................................... 4-15
delete a channel .......................................... 5-5
delete a timer ............................................. 5-13
detailed program information ............5-10, 5-13
disposal ....................................................... 6-7
dolby digital ............................................... 4-18
dvb ............................................................... 1-II
dvr timer ...........................................4-17, 5-11
keyboard .............................................. 5-2, 6-4
E
echonav user interface ................................ 4-4
edit ............................................................. 4-15
edit a list ...................................................... 5-3
edit pid ....................................................... 4-15
edit tp ......................................................... 4-15
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hard disk drive .............................................7-3
hdd erase ........................................... 4-12, 6-3
hide a channel .............................................5-6
hide a timed recording ...............................5-12
I
i-button ............................................. 4-18, 4-19
i-key ...........................................................5-10
index marker .................................... 4-19, 5-15
indicator .......................................................4-8
infobanner ........................................ 4-18, 5-13
install the receiver ........................................1-1
installation setup menu ................................4-5
ird .................................................................8-1
L
language .......................................... 5-14, 5-20
languages page ...........................................4-6
list ...................................................... 4-14, 5-3
live pause .....................................................7-3
live pause ...................................................5-17
local time page .............................................4-7
lock ............................................................4-15
lock a channel ..............................................5-4
lock a timed recording ................................5-12
M
master hide ..................................................5-6
memory erase .................................... 4-12, 6-3
mode ..........................................................4-14
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Index
move ......................................................... 4-15
move a channel ........................................... 5-3
mp3 player ................................................ 5-18
N
navigation ..................................... 3-4, 5-1, 6-1
no information ............................................. 7-4
no picture .................................................... 7-2
no signal ...................................................... 7-2
no sound ..................................................... 7-2
note ............................................................. 6-3
O
ota ......................................................4-12, 6-3
P
Q
quattro ......................................................... 4-3
R
rcu ............................................................... 8-1
receiver information ..................................... 6-2
record .................................................4-19, 7-3
red bullet ..................................................... 5-5
red key ........................................................ 5-1
remote control unit ...................................... 4-3
rename ...................................................... 4-15
rename a channel ....................................... 5-5
rename a favorite list ................................... 5-9
repeat continuously ................................... 4-19
repeat list ................................................... 4-19
reserved timer ........................................... 4-17
rewind ...............................................4-19, 5-14
S
safety ........................................................... 1-1
satellite ........................................................ 6-4
satellites list ............................................... 5-14
scrambled .................................................. 4-16
search channels page ..........................3-5, 6-2
search mode ............................................... 6-2
search modes .............................................. 8-4
select a channel .......................................... 5-1
select a list .................................................. 5-2
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T
teletext ....................................................... 4-18
timers ......................................4-17, 5-11, 5-13
transponder ....................................... 4-15, 6-5
treble control .............................................. 5-18
tv system page ............................................ 4-7
U
usb ....................................................... 3-1, 4-2
use the epg ................................................ 5-10
use the infobanner ..................................... 5-13
user lnb settings ................................ 4-11, 6-2
user preferences menu ................................ 4-5
user profile page .......................................... 4-6
V
vcr timer ........................................... 4-17, 5-11
volume ....................................................... 4-15
volume button ............................................ 4-18
W
warning ........................................................ 1-2
white key ...................................................... 5-3
Y
yellow key .......................................... 5-2, 5-11
Z
zoom .......................................................... 4-16
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parental lock page ....................................... 4-6
parental lock settings .................................. 4-6
parental rating information ........................ 4-18
pause ...............................................4-19, 5-14
pid ......................................................4-15, 6-6
pin code ................................................4-7, 5-6
play ............................................................ 4-19
play back ................................................... 5-14
polarotor ...................................................... 3-3
polarotor .............................................4-2, 4-10
program satellites ...................................... 4-10
select a mode .............................................. 5-1
select a recording ...................................... 5-14
select the alternate audio .......................... 5-13
select the subtitle language ....................... 5-14
set a timer .................................................. 5-11
set the channel volume ................................ 5-5
set the local date and time ......................... 5-21
set the tv system ........................................ 5-21
setup after memory erase ............................ 3-4
signal ................................................. 4-8, 4-10
signal indicator ............................................. 4-8
slow motion ...................................... 4-19, 5-15
smart card information ....................... 4-13, 6-4
smatv ........................................................... 3-8
software update ........................................... 6-3
software version ........................................ 4-11
sort ............................................................. 4-16
sort a list ...................................................... 5-2
start time .................................................... 5-11
stb ................................................................ 8-1
stop time .................................................... 5-11
subtitling .......................................... 4-20, 5-14
symbols ....................................................... 1-2
system setup menu ............................. 4-9, 6-1
LNB(F) Configuration matrix Appendix 1
APPENDIX 1
1.
LNB CONFIGURATION MATRIX
In the installation menu, the different LNBs are already pre-programmed to save you a lot of
configuring routines.
LNB TYPE
Standard
LO Selection
13/18V
0/22kHz
H
V
H
V
10,000
13/18V
18
18
0
0
Enhanced
9,750
13/18V
18
18
0
0
Quattro
9,750
13V
13
13
0
0
10,750
18V
18
18
0
0
5,150
13/18V
18
18
0
0
DBS
10,750
18V
18
18
0
0
TELECOM
11,475
18V
18
18
0
0
C-Band
2.
LO Frequency
LNBF CONFIGURATION MATRIX
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In the installation menu, the different LNBFs are already pre-programmed to save you a lot of
configuring routines.
LNBF TYPE
LO Selection
13/18V
0/22kHz
H
V
H
V
10,000
13/18V
18
13
0
0
Enhanced
9,750
13/18V
18
13
0
0
Universal
9,750
0 kHz
18
13
0
0
10,600
22 kHz
18
13
22
22
9,750
0 kHz
18
13
0
0
10,750
22 kHz
18
13
22
22
C-Band
5,150
13/18V
18
13
0
0
C-Band SS
5,150
13V
18
13
0
0
5,750
18V
18
13
0
0
Standard
Quattro
3.
LO Frequency
USER DEFINED LNB(F) MATRIX
In the User LNB setting menu, you can define your own LNB(F). You can use the list below to
note the settings.
User LNB(F)
LO Frequency
LO Selection
13/18V
0/22kHz
H
V
H
V
User ........ 1
... ...,... ... ...
... .../... ... ...
... ...
... ...
... ...
... ...
User ........ 2
... ...,... ... ...
... .../... ... ...
... ...
... ...
... ...
... ...
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APPENDIX 2
1.
INTRODUCTION
This appendix gives the information necessary for the use of the Quattro with other
equipment than the EchoStar receiver. This appendix also contains a code reference list
which gives the program code for most of the know TV, video and audio equipment.
The Quattro is and infra red (IR) type programmable remote control unit (RCU) that is able to
control most functions (basic) of your TV, VCR, DVD and Audio equipment connected to the
receiver. You can program the RCU with a code to which your equipment responds. If the
code is not available in the supplied code list, the built-in intelligence assists you to find the
applicable code.
For future use it is recommended that you make a note of the equipment codes and the serial
number in the fields below: The RCU is already pre-programmed for the EchoStar receiver
with code 0222.
TV key: _ _ _ _
VCR key: _ _ _ _
AUX key: _ _ _ _
SAT key: _ _ _ _
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Serial Number: _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _
2.
THE BATTERIES
The RCU is powered by two 1.5 Volt Alkaline batteries type AA/LR6. We recommend that you
do not use rechargeable batteries. At battery change, the RCU keeps the programmed
information for a maximum of 15 minutes.
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Find the battery + and - marks.
3. Insert the batteries accordingly the + and - marks.
4. Install the battery cover.
5. Press the SAT key once, Make sure the key lights up to indicate that it is ready for use.
3.
THE KEYS
If the RCU is programmed with the correct equipment code, the keys should control the same
(basic) functions as the keys on the original remote control unit of that equipment.
The functionality of the SAT mode is discussed in the user’s guide of the satellite receiver.
The Power key
This key controls the On-OFF-STANDBY function.
The Mute key
To blank out the volume.
Mode keys (TV, VCR, AUX, SAT)
These keys are programmable to take control over the television, video
recorder, DVD-player, audio sets and the satellite receiver.
MENU key
This key activates the available on-screen menu for the selected
equipment.
EPG key
If the function is available, this key activates the program function for
VCR and DVD equipment.
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i key
If the function is available, this key activates the display/information
function for TV, VCR and DVD equipment.
Satellite list key
This key is not used.
Volume +/- keys
This key is used to control the volume level for the selected equipment.
CH +/- keys
This key is used to move one channel up or down for the selected
equipment.
Arrow cluster
To scroll left, up, right or down.
Page +/- keys
If the function is available, this key activates the tracking +/- function for
VCR and surround center +/- for audio equipment (AUX).
Recall key
This key brings back the last selection.
If the function is available, this key activates the random function (AUX).
Transport keys
These keys operate the transport function of your VCR, DVD and DVR.
To prevent accidental recording, the RECORD key is pressed twice to
start the recording.
Subtitle key
If the function is available, this key gives subtitles in DVD mode and may
also function in TV mode as white fast text key or menu key.
Audio language key
If the function is available, this key selects audio language choice for your
DVD player and stereo/mono or audio language for your television.
Bookmark key
This key is dedicated for use in the SAT mode, for detailed information
refer to the user’s guide of your satellite receiver.
? key
If the function is available, this key activates the ? function for teletext and
for some TVs it activates the 16:9 mode.
Red, Green, Yellow, Blue and White key
If the function is available, this key activates the fast text functions (fast
navigation in teletext). For some equipment the key activates the
menu function. For detailed information of the fast text functions,
please refer to the applicable user’s guide.
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OK key
While in a menu, this key is mainly used to confirm a selection.
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Numerical keys
The Numerical keys (0-9, TV/RAD, FAV) activates the same functions as
available on your original remote control unit, such as direct access
program selection.
TV/RAD key
If the function is available, this key operates as the AV key for TV and as
TV/VCR for VCR.
FAV key
If your original remote control unit uses one/two number keys (usually
marked as -/--, 10 or 20), press this key as usual.
Teletext keys
If the function is available, some transport keys control the main teletext
functions. You find the teletext functions under the given keys:
teletext off; press the stop key
teletext on; press the play key
teletext mix; press the rewind key
teletext hold; press the pause key
teletext expand; press the record key
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4.
PROGRAM THE TV, VCR AND AUX KEY
You can program the mode keys (TV, VCR, AUX) with only one device per key.
■ The TV key is used to setup the RCU to control your basic TV functions;
■ The VCR key is used to setup the RCU to control your basic VCR or DVD functions;
■ The AUX key is used to setup the RCU to control your amplifier, tuner or miscellaneous
audio equipment.
You can program the SAT mode keys to control a number of satellite receivers. The RCU is
default programmed to control the EchoStar satellite receiver that came in the same box.
NOTE
Some codes are quite similar. If your device does not respond or does not function
properly with one of the codes, try another code listed under your brand.
4.1. SETUP WITH USE OF THE EQUIPMENT CODE LIST
NOTE
The procedures to set the RCU for the TV, VCR, DVD and Audio equipment is
identical, therefor only the procedure to setup the TV is given.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Find your brand in the equipment code list.
Switch your TV to on and make sure a broadcast is seen.
On the RCU, press the TV key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the TV key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter the first code that is listed behind your brand name.
Monitor the TV key and note that the indicator blinks three times.
Aim the RCU at your TV and press the on/standby key and make sure the TV switches
off.
8. Now the RCU is programmed to control your TV.
9. If there is no response aim and press again. If there is no response, the first code is not
valid for your TV. Repeat the previous steps with the next code given.
10. If the TV does not respond at the last code, continue with the next procedure
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4.2. SETUP WITH USE OF THE SEARCH CODE FEATURE
NOTE
■
A completed search is indicated by eight blinks.
If the original remote control unit for the VCR, DVD or audio device does not
have a on/off key: before you continue insert a tape or disk before you
continue;
■ For some codes the play or Volume + key might work.
■
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Switch your TV to on and make sure a broadcast is seen.
On the RCU, press the TV key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the TV key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
On the RCU, press the on/standby key and make sure the indicator of the TV key stays
on.
Press the up key once and see if the TV switches off.
Make sure you wait at least 2 seconds to allow the TV to respond.
If the TV does not switch off, repeat step 5 until the TV switches off.
After the TV switched off, press the OK key to store the code.
On the RCU, press the on/off key. See that the TV key blinks once and the TV switches
on.
Now your are ready to read-out the code from the memory for future use.
NOTE
You can read out the code from the RCU, just blink back the code. It is handy for
future reference. Remember you only can blink back the code after the RCU
operates your device.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Switch your TV to on and make sure a broadcast is seen.
On the RCU, press the TV key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the TV key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 0.
5.
Monitor the TV key and note that the indicator goes off and stays off.
NOTE
The amount of blinks gives you the first number, no blinks indicate a 0.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
5.
Press the numerical key 1 and count the blinks for the first number.
Press the numerical key 2 and count the blinks for the second number.
Press the numerical key 3 and count the blinks for the third number.
Press the numerical key 4 and count the blinks for the fourth number.
Write the code, with a permanent pen, in the boxes in the battery cover and this manual.
Now the RCU is programmed to control your TV.
SPECIAL SETUP FUNCTIONS
It is possible to control a second TV or VCR with your RCU. One of the other mode keys (TV,
VCR, AUX) must be sacrificed in this case. It is not possible to sacrifice the SAT key.
It is also possible to control another (up to 16) EchoStar receivers that use the equipment
code 0222. This is done with use of the address feature in the SAT mode.
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5.1. SETUP A SECOND TV OR VCR
NOTE
The procedure to assign a second TV or VCR is identical, therefor only the
procedure to assign the second TV is given.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
On the RCU, press the TV key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the TV key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 2.
Monitor the TV key and note that the indicator goes on and off and finally stays on.
Press the VCR key once and note that the indicator goes on and off and finally stays off.
Now the VCR key is assigned as a TV key.
Setup the VCR key to control your second TV, refer to chapter 4 for detailed instructions.
5.2. UNDO THE SETUP OF A SECOND TV OR VCR
NOTE
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The procedure to undo an assignment for the TV or VCR is identical, therefor only
the procedure to undo the assignment of the VCR key as a second TV is given.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6.
On the RCU, press the VCR key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the VCR key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 2.
Monitor the VCR key and note that the indicator goes on and off and finally stays on.
Press the VCR key once and note that the indicator goes on and off and finally stays off.
Now the VCR key is assigned as a VCR key.
Setup the VCR key to control your VCR, refer to chapter 4 for detailed instructions.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
6.1. VOLUME LOCK (PUNCH THROUGH)
The RCU allows you to select the device that you want to control the volume of,
independently from any other mode. As an example, if you are in the SAT mode, you can stay
in the SAT mode and adjust the volume of the TV directly with the volume +/- key.
NOTE
The procedures to set the volume lock for the TV, VCR, DVD and Audio equipment
is identical, therefor only the procedure to set the volume lock for the TV is given.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the RCU, press the TV key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the TV key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 3.
Press the TV key once.
Monitor the TV key and note that the indicator blinks three times.
Now the volume control is locked to the TV except for the AUX mode.
6.2. RESET VOLUME LOCK (PUNCH THROUGH)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the RCU, press the SAT key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the SAT key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 3.
Press the Volume + key once and note that the indicator blinks four times.
Now the volume control is unlocked to control the device that belongs to that key.
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6.3. REAL-TIME MACROS
This feature allows you to program a macro on any key. With a macro you can assign a chain
of key strokes to any key on the RCU, also on a mode key. The macros are recorded and
played real-time, which means the actual time between key strokes will also be recorded.
6.3.1. DEFINE A MACRO
NOTE
■
You have to complete the macro within a maximum of 8 key strokes.
■ If a mode key is used within a macro then all keys pressed after this mode key
will follow that mode until another mode key is pressed.
■ Nested macros are not possible, in other words you cannot start another macro
within a macro.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.3.2. PLAY BACK A MACRO
If a macro is recorded under any key, not being a mode key, press the key and the macro
plays back, for a macro under a mode key you have to press the key twice within two
seconds.
6.3.3. DELETE A MACRO
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the RCU, press the SAT key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the SAT key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 5 and note that the indicator stays on.
Choose and press the key for the macro that you want to delete.
Press the SAT key for three seconds to delete the macro. Note that the indicator blinks
three times.
Now the macro is deleted successfully and the original key function is restored.
6.4. FACTORY RESET
You can do either a functional reset which means that all personal programs as volume lock
and real-time macros are lost. All equipment codes will remain.
A full factory reset is done if you want to delete all personal programming as well as the
equipment codes. This procedure will return the factory settings which you can customize
later.
6.4.1. FUNCTIONAL RESET
1.
2.
3.
4.
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On the RCU, press the SAT key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Keep the SAT key pressed.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 8 0 and note that the indicator blinks four times.
Now the RCU is programmed with the factory settings and ready for reprogramming.
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6.
On the RCU, press the SAT key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Release the SAT key and make sure the indicator blinks continuously.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 9 5 and note that the indicator stays on.
Choose and press the key which you want to assign for the macro. This can be any key,
but after the recording it’s original function is lost.
Immediately program the macro as required, after the final key stroke press the SAT key
for three seconds to close the macro. Note that the indicator blinks three times.
Now the macro is recorded successfully and ready for use.
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6.4.2. FULL FACTORY RESET
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
On the RCU, press the SAT key continuously until the indicator stays on.
Keep the SAT key pressed.
Use the numerical keys to enter code 9 8 1 and note that the indicator blinks four times.
Now the RCU is programmed with the factory settings and ready for reprogramming.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible cause
What to do?
1. Device does not respond
to the RCU.
■
■
You did not select the
correct code for the
device.
2. One of the mode keys
■ Batteries are empty.
blinks twice when a key is
pressed but the device
does not respond.
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3. Device does sometimes
not respond to the RCU.
4. Your device code is not
listed.
A2
Try all the codes listed for
your brand.
■ Try the search method.
■
Insert new batteries.
Close the sun blinds or
get closer to the device.
■
Direct sun light from
behind the device.
■
■
You do not aim
sufficiently at the device.
■
■
Batteries are almost
empty.
■
Insert new batteries.
■
The device code was not
know at the time this
manual was created.
■
Try the search method.
5. The RCU does not exe■ Some codes are quite
cute the commands propsimilar, maybe you have
erly.
chosen the wrong code.
Aim at the device’s
display.
■ install a RCU extender.
■
Try another code listed
for your brand.
■ Try the search method.
6. Volume control does not
respond as expected.
■
Volume is locked to
another device.
■
Undo the volume lock
(punch through) function.
7. Video does not record.
■
You pressed the record
key once.
■
Press the record key
twice to start. The RCU
has a safety feature to
avoid a start of an
unwanted recording.
8. The RCU gives still prob- ■ Your customized settings
lems.
are corrupted.
Digital Satellite Receiver
■
Do an operational reset.
■ Do a factory reset.
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8.
EQUIPMENT CODES
8.1.
ECHOSTAR SATELLITE RECEIVERS
AD2000 IP
8.2.
0453
AD3000 series
0222
D2500 IP
0511
DSB1100
1086
DSB2000
0853
DSB9800
0871
DVR-7000 series
0222
IR700
0312
LT7500
0465
LT80+
0688
LT8700
0454
SR1500
0218
SR200 I.P
0713
SR4500
0100
SR5500
0170
ECHOSTAR KEY ASSIGNMENTS
KEY
DSB9800
LT8700
LT80+
SR4500
SR1500
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
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8.2.
ECHOSTAR KEY ASSIGNMENTS (CONTINUED)
KEY
DSB2000
DSB9800
LT8700
LT80+
TONERadio guide
select
A/V
TV/SAT-TV
or sat. select
X- Favorite
IRD
FAVORITE
SR4500
SR1500
RADIO/SAT- FCH, fav list
Radio or
MUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEVolume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Cursor up
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Ch up IRD
Ch up IRD
Channel up
IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Cursor down
IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Ch down
IRD
Ch down
IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Volume up
IRD
Cursor left
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Vol- IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume
down IRD
Cursor right
IRD
Volume
down IRD
Vol+ IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume
down IRD
ERASE
RECALL
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->EXIT- IRD
EPG- EPG
RECALL
SAT
Guide
SERV- Info
subscription
MenuNavigator
IRD
MenuNavigator
IRD
Up cursor
IRD
Cursor up
IRD
STORE
ENTER- Ok
IRD
CLAMP
MENU
MenuNavigator
IRD
FORMATformat
SETUP Setup menu
IRD
Ch up IRD
VIDEO
FINE- up
TUNING- up
IRD
Ch DOWN
IRD
VIDEO
FINE- down
TUNINGdown IRD
Down cursor Cursor down
IRD
IRD
Left cursor
IRD
Cursor left
IRD
Left cursor
IRD
Tuning <
SKEW- down
Right cursor
IRD
Cursor right
IRD
Right cursor
IRD
Tuning >
SKEW- up
OK- IRD
OK- IRD
SELECTstore
settings
STOREstore IRD
INFO- Info
prog IRD
Info- Info
IRD
CANCELcancel
E- Function
key
ESCEscape, exit
IRD
VIEW
CANCELcancel IRD
=== - MAC
teletekst
WEST- move
dish west
A- Function
key
B- Function
key
Digital Satellite Receiver
ENTERstore
selection
VIDEO
DEVIA
VIEW
POSITION
SAT-
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8.2.
ECHOSTAR KEY ASSIGNMENTS (CONTINUED)
KEY
LT8700
LT80+
C- Function
key
DSB2000
DSB9800
<| |> enlarge
screen
STOP- stop
moving dish
D- Function
key
=?= subtitiling
select
EAST- move
dish east
--- subtitling
on/off
subtitling
+- Add. Info,
subtitling
KEY
Ext
SR1500
P.LOCK- set
change p.
Lock
AUDIO DEEMPH
P.LOCK- set
change p.
Lock
TUNE
AUDIOaudio menu
BANDWITH
AUDIO
PPV
VIDEOvideo menu
POLARITY
D2500 I.P.
AD2000 I.P.
SR200 I.P.
SR5500
LT7500
SR5500
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Power/Stby
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select SAT
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select TV
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select VCR
mode
Select AUX
mode
Select AUX
mode
Select AUX
mode
Select AUX
mode
Select AUX
mode
Select AUX
mode
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
TV/Radio
select
TV/Radio
select
RADIO -TV/
Radio select
Favorite
Favorite
FAV/MAINFavorite or
main list
FAV,
CANCEL
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Select TV or
DBS
SR4500
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KEY
D2500 I.P.
AD2000 I.P.
SR200 I.P.
SR5500
LT7500
SR5500
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MUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEMUTEVolume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute Volume Mute
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Channel +
IRD
Channel up
IRD
TUNING- up
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Channel IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
TUNINGdown IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume +
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume
down IRD
TV/DBSSelect TV or
DBS
TV- Select
TV or Sat
TES Internal sync
toggle
Guide - IRD
Guide - IRD
SAT-List of
satellites
SAT-List of
satellites
MenuNavigator
IRD
MenuNavigator
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Channel up
IRD
Up cursor
IRD
TUNING- up
IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Channel
DOWN IRD
Down cursor
IRD
TUNINGdown IRD
Volume
down IRD
Volume
down IRD
Left cursor
IRD
<- TUNING
<- TUNING
<- TUNING
Volume up
IRD
Volume up
IRD
Right cursor
IRD
-> TUNING
-> TUNING
-> TUNING
OK/Store
IRD
OK/Store
IRD
STORE- IRD
STOREstore
settings
ENTERstore
selection
STOREstore
settings
Info IRD
Info IRD
Exit IRD
Exit IRD
INDEXsystem info
MASK
SCAN - dish
par.
MASK
ENTER
SATELLITE
MenuNavigator
IRD
ENTER
SATELLITE
EXTRA
FEATURES
CANCEL Cancel IRD
WEST- move
dish west
DIG/ANADigital
analog
toggle IRD
Digital Satellite Receiver
EXTRA
FEATURES
DOWN/
CANCEL Pos. control
TUNING
SELECT
SAT/STOREPos. control
TUNING
SELECT
FSS/DBS
SKEW- skew
setting
FSS/DBS
EAST- move
dish east
AUDIO
BANDWITH
UP/ERASE Pos. control
AUDIO
BANDWITH
TIMER- set
timer
AUDIO DEEMPH
BRF/TEF
AUDIO
DE-EMPH
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KEY
8.3.
8.4.
8.5.
AD2000 I.P.
SR200 I.P.
SR5500
LT7500
SR5500
Speaker
ALT- Audio
language
toggle
LOCK- set
change par.
Lock
STEREO
AUDIOaudio
parameters
STEREO
UHF-Select
TV or DBS
BACKBackground
toggle
MIXBackground
toggle
FORMAT
VIDEOvideo menu
FORMAT
AMPLIFIERS
Arcam
0641
Pioneer
Bush
0421
Sansui
0013, 0300
0321
Cyrus
0683
Sherwood
0711
Denon
0272
Sony
0689
Goodmans
0421, 0847
Tevion
1129
JBL
0668, 1177
Videologic
1095
Kenwood
0772
Yamaha
0354
Philips
0641
MISCELLENEOUS AUDIO
Goodmans
0841
Uher
0841
Sanyo
0871, 0882
Videologic
1179
0440
RECEIVERS
Aiwa
0121, 1405, 1188
Okano
Akai
0115, 0440
Onkyo
0135
Arcam
0642
Panasonic
0763
Audiolab
1189
Philips
0642, 1089, 1189, 1269,
1289
0502
Bang & Olufsen
0799
Phonotrend
Denon
1104, 1160
Pioneer
0289, 1107, 1143
Fine Arts
1189
RCA
1254, 1123
Fisher
0360
Sanyo
0219, 0360
Goodmans
0440
Sharp
0262
Grundig
0219, 1131, 1189, 1192
Sherwood
0491, 0502, 0653, 1050
Harman/Kardon
0110
Sony
1058, 1158, 1258
JVC
0074, 0464
Technics
0208, 1135, 1308, 1309,
1518
Kenwood
1027, 1313, 1569, 1570
Thomson
1254
Marantz
0219, 0412, 1089, 1189
Thorens
1189
Memorex
1024
Venturer
1033
Micromega
1189
Wharfedale
0440
Mitsubishi
0440
Yamaha
0176, 0712, 1276
Myryad
1189
TELEVISIONS
AGB
0516
M Electronic
0009, 0037, 0057, 0104,
0105, 0109, 0163, 0217,
0346, 0374, 0480
ASA
0087, 0104
MTC
0349, 0512
Acura
0009
Magnadyne
0087, 0102, 0247, 0516
Admiral
0087, 0163
Magnafon
0102, 0516
Adyson
0032, 0217
Magnum
0648
Aiwa
0701
Manesth
0217, 0235, 0264
Akai
0208, 0361, 0516, 0602,
0708
Marantz
0037, 0556
Akito
0272
Marelli
0087
Akura
0218, 0264, 0358, 0493
Mark
0037
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TELEVISIONS (CONTINUED)
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Alba
0009, 0036, 0037, 0211,
0218, 0235, 0371, 0581,
0668
Matsui
0009,
0037,
0211,
0294,
0443,
0011,
0072,
0217,
0354,
0487,
0035,
0177,
0235,
0355,
0516,
0036,
0208,
0272,
0371,
0579
Allorgan
0294
McMichael
0043
Amplivision
0217, 0400
Mediator
0012, 0037
Amstrad
0009, 0037, 0171, 0177,
0354, 0371, 0412, 0433,
0516
Medion
0668
Anitech
0009
Memorex
0009, 1037
Arc En Ciel
0501, 0568
Memphis
0337
Arcam
0216, 0217
Metz
0087, 0275, 0367, 0388,
0447
A2
Asuka
0218
Minerva
0070, 0237, 0487
Atlantic
0206
Minoka
0412
Audiosonic
0037, 0109
Mitsubishi
0033, 0036, 0087, 0108,
0237, 0354, 0512, 0691
Autovox
0087, 0206, 0237, 0336
Mivar
0216, 0290, 0291, 0292,
0516, 0609
0009, 0102, 0216
BPL
0282
Multitech
BSR
0294
Myryad
0556
BTC
0218
NEC
0170, 0704
Bang & Olufsen
0087, 0565
NEI
0037, 0337
Barco
0380
National
0237
Basic Line
0009, 0218
Neckermann
0037, 0087, 0191, 0349,
0505, 0556
Baur
0010, 0037, 0349, 0361,
0505, 0512
Nesco
0179
Beko
0370, 0486, 0714, 0715
Nikkai
0032, 0035, 0037, 0072,
0216, 0218, 0264, 0337
0102
Beon
0037
Nobliko
Bestar
0626
Nogamatic
0501, 0568
Binatone
0217
Nokia
0361, 0473, 0480, 0548,
0606, 0631
Blaupunkt
0191, 0195, 0200, 0327,
0328
Nordmende
0109, 0196, 0198, 0501,
0560, 0568
0163, 0361
Blue Sky
0218, 0668, 1037
Oceanic
Blue Star
0282
Onwa
0433
Bondstec
0247
Orion
0037, 0177, 0235, 0294,
0355, 0364, 0443, 0516,
0655
Boots
0217
Osaki
0032, 0072, 0217, 0218,
0264, 0412, 0493
Brandt
0109, 0196, 0198, 0335
Oso
0218
Brandt Electronic
0501, 0568
Osume
0032, 0072, 0157
Brionvega
0087
Otto Versand
0010, 0036, 0037, 0191,
0217, 0349, 0505, 0512,
0556
Britannia
0216
Palladium
0370, 0418
Bruns
0087
Panama
0217, 0264
Bush
0009,
0218,
0349,
0519,
Panasonic
0126, 0163, 0214, 0226,
0237, 0250, 0274, 0367,
0650
0216, 0238
0036,
0272,
0355,
0581,
0037, 0211,
0282, 0294,
0371, 0374,
0668
CGE
0074, 0084, 0247
Pathe Cinema
CS Electronics
0216
Pathe Marconi
0196, 0198, 0501, 0568
CTC
0247
Pausa
0009
Carrefour
0036
Phase
0032
Cascade
0009
Philco
0074, 0084, 0087, 0247
Cathay
0037
Philips
0012, 0037, 0043, 0087,
0193, 0374, 0556
Centurion
0037
Phoenix
0087
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TELEVISIONS (CONTINUED)
Century
0087
Phonola
0012, 0037, 0087
Cimline
0009
Pioneer
0109, 0163, 0166
Clarivox
0037
Prandoni Prince
0516
Clatronic
0247, 0370
Profex
0009, 0361
Condor
0370
Protech
0009, 0037, 0102, 0217,
0247, 0264, 0337, 0418,
0668
Contec
0009, 0036, 0216
Pye
0012
Continental Edison
0196, 0198, 0399, 0501,
0568
Quelle
0010, 0011, 0037, 0070,
0074, 0084, 0104, 0200,
0327, 0328, 0361, 0505,
0512
Crosley
0074, 0084, 0087
Questa
0036
Crown
0009, 0037, 0370, 0418,
0579
R-Line
0037
0070
Cybertron
0218
RBM
Daewoo
0009, 0037, 0374, 0499
RFT
0087, 0428
Dainichi
0218
Radiola
0012, 0037
Dansai
0037
Radiomarelli
0087, 0516
Dayton
0009
Rank Arena
0036
0208, 0548
Rediffusion
0361
Decca
0037, 0072, 0272, 0516
Revox
0037
Denon
0145
Rex
0163, 0206, 0259, 0264
Dixi
0009, 0037
Roadstar
0009, 0218, 0264, 0418
Dual
0336, 0519
Runco
0603
Dual Tec
0217
SBR
0012, 0037, 0043, 0193
Dumont
0070, 0087
SEG
0036, 0217, 0264, 0668
Elbe
0259
SEI
0010, 0087, 0102, 0177,
0294, 0516
Elin
037, 0548
Saba
0087, 0109, 0163, 0196,
0198, 0335, 0501, 0568
Elite
0218
Saccs
0238
Elta
0009
Sagem
0610
Emerson
0087, 0361
Saisho
0009, 0011, 0033, 0177,
0211, 0235, 0264, 0354,
0516
Erres
0012, 0037
Salora
0163, 0194, 0349, 0356,
0359, 0361, 0548
Europhon
0516
Sambers
0102, 0516
Expert
0206
Samsung
0009, 0037, 0060, 0217,
0264, 0290, 0370, 0556,
0587
Ferguson
0037, 0073, 0109, 0190,
0193, 0238, 0324, 0335,
0560
Sandra
0216
Fidelity
0193, 0216, 0361
Sanyo
0011, 0036, 0045, 0072,
0104, 0157, 0208, 0339
Finlandia
0208, 0346, 0359
Schaub Lorenz
0361
Finlux
0037, 0070, 0072, 0087,
0104, 0105, 0179, 0346,
0411, 0516
Schneider
0037, 0057, 0218, 0247,
0303, 0336, 0371, 0394,
0668
Firstline
0009, 0216, 0217, 0247,
0294, 0668
Seleco
0163, 0206, 0259, 0411
Fisher
0104, 0208, 0217, 0303,
0370, 0555
Sentra
0035
Flint
0455
Sharp
0036, 0093, 1093, 1193
Forgestone
0193
Shorai
0294
Formenti
0037, 0087
Siarem
0087, 0102, 0516
Frontech
0163, 0247, 0264, 0448
Siemens
0037, 0157, 0191, 0195,
0200, 0327, 0328
Fujitsu
0072, 0206, 0683
Silver
0036
Funai
0179, 0264, 0294, 0303
Singer
0087
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TELEVISIONS (CONTINUED)
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GEC
0037, 0043, 0072, 0217,
0516
Sinudyne
0010, 0087, 0102, 0177,
0235, 0294, 0516
GPM
0218
Skantic
0356
Geloso
0009
Solavox
0032, 0163
Genexxa
0163, 0218
Sonitron
0208
GoldStar
0037, 0109, 0217, 0290,
0377
Sonoko
0009, 0037
Goodmans
0036, 0037, 0072, 0179,
0217, 0235, 0364, 0371,
0374, 0499, 0624
Sonolor
0163, 0208
Gorenje
0370
Sontec
0037
Graetz
0163, 0361
Sony
0010, 0011, 0036, 0505,
1505, 1651
Granada
0037, 0045, 0072, 0208,
0217, 0339, 0359, 0516
Soundwave
0037, 0418
Grandin
0282, 0610
Standard
0009, 0217, 0218
Grundig
0070, 0191, 0195, 0237,
0487, 0556, 0587
Stern
0163, 0206, 0259
HCM
0009, 0282, 0412
Sunkai
0294, 0355
Hanseatic
0037, 0361, 0428, 0556
Susumu
0218
Hantarex
0516
Sysline
0037
Hifivox
0501, 0568
T + A
0447
Hinari
0009, 0036, 0037, 0179,
0218
Tandy
0072, 0163, 0217, 0218,
0276
Hisawa
0282, 0400, 0455
Tashiko
0036, 0043, 0217, 0359
Hitachi
0032,
0105,
0196,
0349,
0548,
Tatung
0037, 0072, 0217, 0516
0217, 0247
0036,
0109,
0198,
0356,
0563,
0043,
0145,
0217,
0441,
0578
0044,
0163,
0225,
0481,
Huanyu
0216, 0374
Tec
Hypson
0037, 0264, 0282
Technics
0250, 0650
ICE
0217, 0264, 0371
Technol Ace
0179
A2
ICeS
0218
Teleavia
0501, 0568
ITS
0371
Telefunken
0074, 0084, 0101, 0109,
0262, 0335, 0471, 0498,
0501, 0568, 0625
ITT
0163, 0361, 0548
Teletech
0009
Imperial
0074, 0084, 0247, 0370,
0418
Teleton
0036, 0206, 0217, 0349
Indesit
0237
Tensai
0218, 0294
Indiana
0037
Texet
0216, 0218
Ingelen
0163
Thomson
0109, 0196, 0198, 0237,
0349, 0399, 0501, 0568
Inno Hit
0072, 0516
Thorn
0035, 0037, 0072, 0074,
0084, 0104, 0190, 0192,
0193, 0361, 0499, 0505,
0512
Interfunk
0037, 0163, 0247, 0361,
0501, 0512, 0568
Tomashi
0282
Intervision
0037, 0102, 0217, 0264,
0377, 0654
Toshiba
0035, 0036, 0070, 0243,
0508, 1508
Isukai
0218
Triumph
0177, 0243, 0516
JVC
0036, 0053, 0094, 0190,
0192, 0371, 0606, 0643,
0653
Uher
0206, 0303
Kaisui
0009, 0216, 0217, 0218,
0282
Ultra
0192
Kapsch
0163, 0206
Ultravox
0102
Karcher
0610
Universum
0037, 0104, 0105, 0264,
0346, 0370, 0492
0037
Kathrein
0556
Vestel
Kendo
0037, 0235
Videosat
0247
Kingsley
0216
Videotechnic
0217
Digital Satellite Receiver
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8.7.
TELEVISIONS (CONTINUED)
Kneissel
0259, 0435
Voxson
0087, 0163
Korpel
0037
Waltham
0217, 0356
Korting
0087
Watson
0037
Koyoda
0009
Watt Radio
0102
Leyco
037, 0072, 0264, 0294
Wega
0036, 0087
Liesenk & Tter
0037
White Westinghouse
0037, 0216
Lloytron
0032
Yoko
0037, 0217, 0264
Zanussi
0206
0038, 0041, 0067
Loewe
0087, 0512
Luma
0206
Luxor
0194, 0237, 0349, 0356,
0361
VIDEO RECORDERS
ASA
0037, 0081
NEC
Aiwa
0000, 0307, 0348, 0352
Neckermann
0081
Akai
0041, 0106, 0315
Nesco
0072
Akiba
0072
Nokia
0041, 0046, 0104, 0106,
0240
Akura
0271
Nordmende
0041, 0320, 0321, 0384,
0494
Alba
0020, 0072, 0278, 0293,
0315, 0333, 0334, 0352,
0554
Oceanic
0000, 0041
0020, 0554
Okano
0315, 0348
0000, 0278, 0325, 0332
Orion
0004, 0333, 0334, 0343,
0348, 0352
0000, 0037, 0072
Anitech
0072
Osaki
Asuka
0037
Otto Versand
0081
Baird
0000, 0041, 0104, 0107
Palladium
0006, 0037, 0041, 0072
Bang & Olufsen
0013, 0499
Panasonic
0162, 0226, 0227, 0454,
0459, 1162
Basic Line
0020, 0072, 0278, 0554
Pathe Marconi
0041
Blaupunkt
0003, 0006, 0034, 0154,
0162, 0195, 0226, 0227
Pentax
0042
Blue Sky
0278
Perdio
0000
Brandt
0320, 0321, 0493
Philco
0038
Brandt Electronic
0041
Philips
0081, 0146, 0384
Bush
0072, 0278, 0293, 0333,
0334, 0352
Phonola
0081
0067, 0081
CGE
0000
Pioneer
Catron
0020, 0554
Portland
0020, 0554
Cimline
0072
Profex
0322
Clatronic
0020, 0554
Profitronic
0240
Combitech
0352
Proline
0000, 0293
Condor
0020, 0554
Pye
0081
Crown
0020, 0072, 0278, 0554
Quartz
0046
Cyrus
0081
Quelle
0081
Daewoo
0020, 0278, 0554
Radiola
0081
Dansai
0072
Rex
0041, 0384
De Graaf
0042, 0166
Roadstar
0037, 0072, 0240, 0278
Decca
0000, 0081
SBR
0081, 0146
Denon
0042
SEG
0240, 0322
Dual
0041
SEI
0004, 0081
Dumont
0000, 0081, 0104
Saba
0041, 0206, 0207, 0320,
0321, 0384, 0494, 0530
ESC
0240, 0278
Saisho
0004
Elbe
0038
Salora
0043, 0046, 0106
Elcatech
0072
Samsung
0240, 0432
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Ferguson
0041, 0107, 0320, 0321,
0493
Sansui
0041, 0067, 0271
0046, 0104
Fidelity
0000
Sanyo
Finlandia
0081, 0104
Saville
0352
Finlux
0000, 0042, 0081, 0104
Schaub Lorenz
0000, 0041, 0104
Firstline
0037, 0043, 0045, 0072
Schneider
0000, 0072, 0081
Fisher
0046, 0047, 0054, 0104
Seleco
0041
Frontech
0020, 0554
Sentra
0020, 0554
Funai
0000
Sharp
0048, 0062
GEC
0081
Shintom
0072, 0104
A2
General
0020, 0554
Shorai
0004
GoldHand
0072
Siemens
0003, 0006, 0037, 0054,
0081, 0104, 0146, 0195
GoldStar
0037
Silva
0037
Goodmans
000, 0020, 0037, 0062,
0072, 0278, 0343, 0554,
0637
Singer
0045
Graetz
0041, 0104, 0240
Sinudyne
0004, 0081
Granada
0046, 0081, 0104
Solavox
0020, 0554
Grandin
0000, 0037, 0072
Sonolor
0046, 0062
Grundig
0003, 0006, 0007, 0072,
0081, 0195, 0207, 0226,
0293, 0347, 0349
Sontec
0037
HCM
0072, 0293
Sony
0011, 0032, 0033, 0034,
1032
Hanseatic
0037
Sunkai
0348
Hinari
0004, 0072, 0240, 0293,
0352
Sunstar
0000
Hitachi
0000, 0004, 0041, 0042,
0166, 0240, 0544
Suntronic
0000
Hypson
0072
Tashiko
0000
ITT
0041, 0046, 0104, 0106,
0240, 0384
Tatung
0000, 0041, 0081
ITV
0020, 0037, 0278
Tec
0020, 0554
Imperial
0000
Technics
0162, 0226
Ingersol
0004
Teleavia
0041, 0493
Interfunk
0081
Telefunken
0041, 0320, 0321, 0384,
0493, 0494, 0529, 0580
JVC
0008, 0041, 0067, 0206,
0207, 0384
Tenosal
0072
Kaisui
0072
Tensai
0000, 0322
Kendo
0106
Thomson
0041, 0320, 0384, 0493,
0494, 0528
Kenwood
0041
Thorn
0041, 0104
Korpel
0072
Toshiba
0041, 0043, 0045, 0081,
0384
Lenco
0278
Towada
0322
Leyco
0072
Uher
0240
Loewe
0004, 0006, 0037, 0081,
0162, 0454, 1162
Universum
0000, 0006, 0037, 0081,
0106, 0195, 0240, 0325
Logik
0004, 0240
Yamishi
0072
Luxor
0043, 0046, 0048, 0062,
0104, 0106
Yokan
0072
M Electronic
0000, 0038
Yoko
0020, 0240, 0554
Manesth
0045, 0072
Thorn
0041, 0104
Marantz
0003, 0006, 0062, 0081,
0146
Toshiba
0041, 0043, 0045, 0081,
0384
0322
Matsui
0004, 0348, 0352
Towada
Memorex
0000, 0037, 0046, 0104
Uher
0240
Memphis
0072
Universum
0000, 0006, 0037, 0081,
0106, 0195, 0240, 0325
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VIDEO RECORDERS (CONTINUED)
Metz
8.8.
0003, 0006, 0037, 0162,
0195, 0227, 0347, 0454,
0459, 1162
Yamishi
0072
Minerva
0006, 0195
Yokan
0072
Mitsubishi
0043, 0067, 0075, 0081,
0608
Yoko
0020, 0240, 0554
Multitech
0000, 0072
Murphy
0000
Myryad
0081
DVD
Akai
0611
Samsung
0573
Bush
0690
Sharp
0630
Denon
0490
Sony
0533
JMB
0695
Technics
0490
JVC
0558
Thomson
0551
Kenwood
0490, 0534
Toshiba
0503
Oritron
0651
Wharfedale
0686
Panasonic
0490, 0703
Yamaha
0668
Philips
0539
Yamakawa
0665
Pioneer
0525, 0571
Proline
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