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TileVision
Learning Remote
Control
TM
IP65
WATERPROOF
HIGH-DEFINITION MULTIMEDIA INTERFACE
CAUTION: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
WARNING:TO PREVENT INJURY, THIS APPARATUS MUST BE SECURELY ATTACHED TO THE WALL IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING
TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. BEWARE OF STATIC SENSITIVE PARTS.
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IEE Bathroom Zones
This equipment has an IP65 rating and is suitable for use in Zone 1 and Outside Zones.
TM
IP65
HIGH-DEFINITION MULTIMEDIA INTERFACE
WATERPROOF
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive
In the European Union, this symbol indicates that this product should
not be disposed of with household waste. It should be deposited at an
appropriate facility to enable recovery and recycling.
RoHS
COMPLIANT
This product contains Electrical/Electronic Parts which are produced
using components in compliance with the requirements of: European Union
Directive 2002/195/EC for the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous
Substances in Electrical and Electronics Equipment (RoHS).
Safety Instructions and Warnings
Do not attempt to service the unit.
Contact an authorised dealer or repair service.
Do not add an additional screen or cover the TileVision’s glass
The heated screen prevents condensation forming in steamy
rooms and covering the screen may cause the unit to overheat.
Record important information
TileVision Model TV/________________
Serial Number______________ Date of Purchase____/____/20____
Purchased from ______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
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Check the contents of each box is correct
Contents first fix kit page 4
Contents second fix kit page 5
If any items are missing, contact the dealer that supplied the TileVision®.
To prevent injury, the TileVision® must be securely attached to the wall in accordance with the installation
instructions.
The power supply must be connected to a mains socket outlet with a protective earth connection.
The mains isolation switch must remain readily operable.
Failure to observe the above safety warnings may invalidate the warranty.
All electrical installation should be carried out by a fully qualified electrician.
1
Tools Required
Suction Lifter
Isopropyl
Alcohol
Soft Cloth

Isopropyl alcohol is available from most
pharmacies and larger electronics
wholesalers.
Observe the safety precautions on the
container.

Observe the safety precautions on the
container.

Observe the safety precautions on the
container.
Use a mirror adhesive to fix the mirrored
acrylic surround.
Isopropyl Alcohol
Clear Silicone Sealant
Mirror Adhesive
2
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions and Warnings ..................................................................................1
Tools Required ................................................................................................................2
Contents - First Fix Kit ....................................................................................................4
Contents - Second Fix Kit ...............................................................................................5
First fix kit - Initial Assembly...........................................................................................6
Recess Dimensions ........................................................................................................7
First Fix Kit - Installing the Back Box...............................................................................7
First Fix Cabling .............................................................................................................8
Checking The Back Box................................................................................................10
The Common Interface (CI) Port ..................................................................................10
Sky™ Remote Control Link Set Up ...............................................................................11
Installing the TileVision® – Initial Connections ............................................................12
USB Memory Stick (Flash Drive)...................................................................................12
TileVision® Connectors ...............................................................................................13
The IR Link, RJ12 and RS-232 Connectors ...................................................................17
The Splashproof Remote Control - Fitting the Battery..................................................18
Installing the TileVision® – Initial Set Up and Tuning ..................................................19
Installing the TileVision® – Sealing .............................................................................20
The Splashproof Remote Control .................................................................................21
The Standard Remote Control .....................................................................................22
Switching the TileVision® On/Off ................................................................................23
Selecting the On-screen Language ..............................................................................23
Selecting a Source .......................................................................................................24
Logical Channel Numbering (LCN) ...............................................................................24
Tuning ..........................................................................................................................25
Programme Edit ...........................................................................................................28
Blue Screen ..................................................................................................................30
Signal Information .......................................................................................................30
CI Information ..............................................................................................................30
Changing Channels ......................................................................................................31
On Screen Display – Time ...........................................................................................32
On Screen Display - Language ....................................................................................32
Programme Information ...............................................................................................33
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) ......................................................................34
PVR File System ...........................................................................................................35
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Timer Recording ...........................................36
Timer Recording / Reminder Schedule .........................................................................38
Programme Reminders ................................................................................................38
Recording the Current Programme ..............................................................................38
The Personal Video Recorder (PVR) List .......................................................................39
Time Shift Recording ....................................................................................................39
Picture Settings ............................................................................................................40
Audio Languages .........................................................................................................43
Subtitles .......................................................................................................................45
Sound Settings ............................................................................................................46
Time Functions .............................................................................................................49
Lock System / Parental Control ....................................................................................52
Hotel Mode ..................................................................................................................54
DTV Text / ATV Teletext ................................................................................................57
Digital Media Player .....................................................................................................59
Reset (Restore Default) ................................................................................................60
First Time Installation ..................................................................................................60
Remote Control - How to Control a Device...................................................................61
Remote Control - Entering a Brand Code ....................................................................61
Remote Control - Programming a Button .....................................................................64
Remote Control - Troubleshooting ...............................................................................65
TileVision - Troubleshooting .........................................................................................66
Specifications ...............................................................................................................67
3
Contents - First Fix Kit
1
Stainless steel back box with
mounting brackets and captive
earthing straps.
Ten machine screws to fasten the
mounting brackets to the back
box are also included.
Note: only eight machine screws
are required for the 22"
TileVision®.
2
AC to DC power supply with 4
metres of cable and a mains lead
complete with a UK 3-pin plug.
3
One ceiling/wall mount water resistant stereo
speaker with speaker grille and 4.5 metres of
4-core colour coded cable.
4
If any items are
missing, contact the
dealer that supplied
the TileVision®.
Contents - Second Fix Kit
1
TileVision® screen assembly with four Velcro
self-adhesive strips to secure the unit into the
back box before the TileVision® is sealed in
place with silicone sealant (not supplied).
2
Comprehensive
installation and
operating
instructions
If any items are
missing, contact the
dealer that supplied
the TileVision®.
3
Mirrored acrylic surround with peel-off protective
covering.
The surround can be used to cover the junction
between the tiles and the back box.
4
Splashproof universal learning remote
control with 3 V lithium cell ready
installed. An insulating disc must be
removed to activate the remote
control.
5
Standard full-function remote
control with AAA batteries
(not waterproof).
6
Transparent self-adhesive
remote control holder.
7
8
Composite cable
Component cable
5
First Fix Kit – Initial Assembly
Please note – A technically competent person should carry out the
installation of your TileVision® unit.
Unpacking your TileVision®
Within the back box there are two right-angled brackets and fixing screws. Screw the brackets to
the outside of the back box but be aware these will need to be loosened to allow adjustment of
the back box when fitted into the wall.
As shown below, the brackets allow 34 mm of forwards/backwards adjustment so that the front
of the back box can fit flush with the tiled surface. Any additional adjustment needed to ensure
the front of the back box is flush with the tiles should be considered before fitting the back box.
34
70
The range of adjustment available with the back box brackets
The qualified
electrical installer
must use one of the
earthing screws as
an earth point to
earth the unit to
ground.
The lead used must
be terminated with a
ring terminal, which,
together with the
earthing cable’s ring
terminal, is fastened
using the supplied
locking washer and
screw.
Lead to electrical earthing point
(not supplied)
6
Recess Dimensions
22"
TileVision
590mm x 381mm x 75mm depth
®
from the front face of the tiles.
First Fix Kit – Installing the Back Box
Installation and positioning
Cut the required recess, with the depth measured from the front face of the tiles.
Fit the back box into the wall ensuring that the earth leads are at the top.
To adjust the position of the back box loosen the screws, which attach the left and right hand
brackets to the back box, these screws are located each side within the back box. Ensure that
you do not fully unscrew the fasteners to avoid detaching the brackets from the back box.
Adjust the alignment of back box making sure the front edge of the back box sits flush with the
front face of the tiles.
Secure all screws to lock the back box into position.
Grout
Tile
Tile adhesive
Back box
Machine
screw
Flange
Plug and screw
or wall bolt fixings
Wall
Example of a back box installed in a ‘solid’ wall
Note: Removal of the front glass requires a force of 300 Kg when using a glass suction lifter.
The box must be secured to the wall so that it is able to withstand the pulling force.
7
First Fix Kit – Cabling
Please note – All electrical installation should be carried out by a fully qualified
electrician and all fire & safety regulations must be obeyed.
Power Requirement (Mains)
TileVision® requires a 13 amp socket outlet connected to a 240 V mains supply via a readily
accessible isolation switch. This electrical installation must include an all-pole switch with a
contact separation of at least 3 mm in each pole. Both the socket and the isolation switch must
conform to the latest safety specification and be protected via an RCCD device or similar. This
socket must be fitted in a dry area, away from any moisture (usually in the ceiling). The mains
plug must be fitted with a 10 amp fuse..
TileVision® Power Supply (24 V)
The 24 V power supply unit is not waterproof and so must be positioned in a dry, well-ventilated
area away from any water or moisture. It is fitted with an integral 4 metre lead to feed the
TileVision®. This lead must not be cut, shortened or lengthened – this could potentially damage
the power supply unit and the TileVision® and have implications regarding safety.
Ensure the remote isolation switch is off and connect the power supply mains lead to the 24 V
power supply unit. Connect the mains plug in to the mains socket.
Feed the cable from the power supply unit in to the back box. Make sure there is approximately
400 mm of slack at this end of the cable.
Mains plug
240V mains supply
Mains socket
Isolation
switch
Mains power
supply cable
Stereo
speaker
Speaker
cables
TV aerial cable
(not supplied)
8
24V DC
power
supply
Integral power
supply cable (4 m)
IEC320 socket
First Fix Kit – Cabling
Please note – All required cabling for additional inputs must be installed during the
installation of the back box.
TV Aerial Feed
Pass the aerial lead in to the back box and leave approximately 400 mm of lead loose in the back
box. Terminate the aerial lead with a standard 75 Ω coax termination.
A TV Distribution Amplifier may be required if you are in an area of weak signal or if other
televisions are already being fed from the aerial. If in doubt, consult a qualified aerial technician.
If the TileVision® is to be used with a Sky™ digital receiver which has two RF outputs, the channel
can be changed on the Sky™ receiver using the TileVision® learning remote control via the
TileVision®. To use this facility install a good quality coaxial cable that runs directly from the RF2
outlet of the Sky receiver, or from the outlet of a Remote-Link amp, in a continuous uninterrupted
run.
The TileVision® will accept additional inputs from many sources and can be integrated with home
automation and interactive hotel TV systems. See pages 14 to 18 for specific information.
Installing the supplied single stereo speaker
Left audio
Right audio
To fit the speaker cut a single 208 mm diameter hole in the
ceiling using the template supplied. Position the template a
minimum of 16 mm from any joists. Do not to cut through
any joists, cables or pipes, etc.
A four and a half metre length of four core speaker
cable is supplied with the speaker. Feed one end of
the speaker cable in to the back box, leaving 400 mm
of cable protruding in to the back box. The cable
should then be run from the TileVision® back box to
the position of the speaker leaving any surplus cable in
the ceiling space.
The speaker terminals on the TileVision® and on the
stereo speaker are colour coded to match the colours of the
supplied four core speaker cable. To ensure that the stereo
speaker is connected correctly the individual leads must be
connected to their matching colours on both the TileVision® and the stereo
speaker.
Speaker fixing clamp
To connect the speaker cable to the ceiling speaker lift one of the lugs to open a terminal and insert
the appropriately coloured conductor. After releasing the lug give the lead a slight pull to make sure
that the lead is gripped correctly. Connect all of the leads in the same manner.
Loosen all four screws by turning them counter clockwise until the clamps can move freely. Do not
remove the screws. Install the speaker in to the precut hole and orientate the speaker so left audio
will be heard on the left and right audio heard on the right. Turn the clamp screws clockwise until
they are tightened and the speaker is held firmly. Insert the speaker grille by gently pressing it into
place. The grille will fit tightly without causing any vibration.
9
Checking the Back Box
Checking the back box prior to installation
Before commencing installation of the TileVision® make
sure that all of the required input cables are present within
the back box.
all of the
flange must
be cleaned
It is important to ensure that the flange inside the back box
is thoroughly cleaned using isopropyl alcohol and allowed to
dry.
The Common Interface (CI) Port
If a Conditional Access Module (CAM) is being used to add channels to the TileVision® the CAM
should be inserted into the CI Port of TileVision® with the power disconnected.
Take a note of the Smart Card’s serial number and follow the CAM/Smart Card manufacturer’s
instructions to insert the Smart Card into the CAM and access the service.
INSERT
The Smart Card must be activated in accordance with its service provider’s instructions before
installation is completed and the TileVision® is sealed.
10
Sky™ Remote Control Link Setup
If the TileVision® is used with a Sky™ receiver, the channel can be changed on the Sky™
receiver using the Sky™ remote control via the remote sensor on the TileVision®.
Preparation to use this facility should have been completed during
the installation of the first fix assembly (see page 9).
TV 1
Sky™ digital receiver RF 1
RF 2
It is advisable to setup the Sky™ receiver so that it can be
controlled via the TileVision® before the TileVision® is installed.
The red LED on the TV Link (that is fixed to the TileVision®) will
light when correctly connected to and powered by the Sky™
receiver. This is checked when connecting the aerial lead to the
TileVision®.
The connection to the Antenna/RF connectors on the TileVision®
and the Sky™ receiver must be made with both the TileVision®
and the Sky™ receiver disconnected from the mains supply. Use
good quality coax cable either directly from the RF2 outlet of the
receiver or the outlet of a Remote-Link amp in an uninterrupted
run .
Once the connections have been made, the Sky™ receiver must
be setup to supply power to the RF2 socket as detailed below.
To set-up the Sky™ receiver to work with the
TileVision® the Sky™ remote control must be used
via the main TV (TV 1).
1 On the Sky™ remote control press SERVICES to show the
SERVICES menu.
2 Press the 4 button for the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
3 Press the 0 button, then the 1 button, then the select button,
in sequence, to display the INSTALLER SETUP menu.
4 Press the 4 button to select RF OUTLETS.
To set up the TileVision
remote control to operate
the Sky™ receiver see page
62 (Entering a Brand Code).
5 Press the down arrow to select RF Outlet Power Supply and
press the left or right arrows to change the setting to ON.
6 Press the down arrow to select Save New Settings and press
select to save the settings.
7 Press the sky button to return to the previously viewed
channel.
Red LED indicator will light
when power is received from
the Sky™ RF2 outlet
11
Installing the TileVision® – Initial Connections
Note:All connections should be made with the remote isolation switch for the TileVision® set to OFF.
Earthing Points
Introduce the lower front edge of the unit into the back box
and fit the earth cables to the two earthing screws as
indicated by the green labels on the rear of the TileVision®.
Earth lead
connections
The earth cables are electrical connections and must not
be used to support the weight of the TileVision®.
Power Socket
The Power connector is located at the extreme left of the base connector array.
Speaker Connections
The supplied stereo speaker should be connected after the earthing straps are connected to the rear of the
TileVision® as detailed above.
The speaker terminals on the TileVision® and on the stereo
speaker are marked with coloured dots which match the
colours of the supplied four-core speaker cable. To ensure
that the stereo speaker is connected correctly the
individual leads should be connected to their matching
colours on both the TileVision® and the stereo speaker.
L+
L–
R+
R–
The speaker connection block is found on the left of the rear
of the TileVision®. Lift one of the lugs, push one conductor
of the speaker lead into the connector, release the lug and
The speaker connection block
give the lead a slight pull to make sure that it is gripped correctly. The other wires should be connected in
the same way.
If two separate speakers and alternative speaker cables are being used, the conductor with the stripe
should be connected to the negative terminal (L– or R–) and the plain conductor should be connected to the
corresponding positive terminal (L+ or R+). The connections to the speakers terminals should be made in
the same way – striped conductor to the negative terminal and plain conductor to the positive terminal.
USB Memory Stick (Flash Drive)
If the timer recording, time shift recording functions, or the digital media player is to be used, a USB
memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
12
TileVision® Connectors
All connections must be made before sealing the TileVision® into the back box.
Base Connector Array
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8 9
10
1 SPDIF Out
6 HDMI 1 (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
2 VGA Input (D-SUB)
7 RJ12 – for Hotel TV System Integration
3 PC Audio In
8 Infrared Link – Out
4 EURO-SCART
9 Infrared Link – In
5 HDMI 2 (High Definition Multimedia Interface) 10 DC 24V Power In
5
Side Connector Array
1
2
3
4
1 Antenna Input 75 Ω
5
6
7
5 Composite Video Input (CVBS), Left & Right
Audio Input
2 Audio Out (headphones)
3 Component Video Input (Y, Pb (Cb), Pr (Cr))
4 CI Port for Conditional Access Module (CAM)
6 USB (Memory Stick / Flash Drive)
7 HDMI 3 (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
To view television channels correctly, a signal must be received by
the TileVision® from one of the following sources:
Antenna input on
the TileVision®
an outdoor antenna
a cable television system
a satellite receiver.
Antenna Feed
or
Cable Television
Network
Connect the antenna or input cable to the 75Ω coaxial connector
on the rear of the TileVision®.
Picture quality is determined by the signal level, it is
recommended that a qualified aerial technician is consulted.
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The Component and Composite Video Connectors
All connections must be made before sealing the TileVision® into the back box.
(A) for Component Video
AV & L / R AUDIO
Satellite Receiver,
Cable Box or Hard Disk
Recorder
DVD Player/Recorder
VCR
Video Game Console
COMPONENT
(B) for Composite Video
(A) For Component Video
1 Connect the Left and Right Audio connectors (white and red) of the COMPOSITE video jack lead
to the corresponding connectors on the external equipment such as a satellite receiver or DVD
player.
Connect the video connections of the COMPONENT jack lead Y, Pb and Pr Inputs (green, blue and
red) to the corresponding connectors on the external equipment such as a satellite receiver or
DVD player.
2 If the external equipment only has a mono audio connector, it should be connected to the left
(white) connector of the Audio Input.
(B) For Composite Video
1 Connect the Left and Right Audio connectors (white and red) of the COMPOSITE video jack lead
to the corresponding connectors on the external equipment such as a satellite receiver or DVD
player.
Connect the CVBS Composite connector (yellow) of the COMPOSITE video jack lead to the
corresponding connectors on the external equipment such as a satellite receiver or DVD player.
2 If the external equipment only has a mono audio connector, it should be connected to the left
(white) connector of the Audio Input.
14
The HDMI and S-VIDEO Connectors
All connections must be made before sealing the TileVision® into the back box.
Satellite Receiver,
Cable Box or Hard Disk
Recorder
DVD Player/Recorder
VCR
Video Game Console
HDMI Connections
Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI connection on the TileVision® and the HDMI connection on the
external equipment such as a satellite receiver or DVD/Blue-ray player.
PC Connections
To use PC RGB, connect the PC RGB connector of the TileVision® to the PC’s RGB connector and
connect the PC Audio In connector on the TileVision® to the PC’s audio out connector.
PC Audio
PC RGB Video
15
The SCART Connector
All connections must be made before sealing the TileVision® into the back box.
Satellite Receiver,
Cable Box or Hard Disk
Recorder
SCART Connection Reference
PinName
1
AOR
2
AIR
3
AOL
4
AGND
5
BGND
6
AIL
7
B
8 SWTCH
9
GGND
10 CLKOUT
11
G
12
DATA
13
RGND
14 DATAGND
15
R
16
BLNK
17
VGND
18 BLNKGND
19
VOUT
20
VIN
21 SHIELD
Description
(A) SCART to SCART connector
Audio Out Right
(RGB Video + Audio L/R or
Audio In Right
Composite Video + Audio L/R)
Audio Out Left + Mono
Audio Ground
RGB Blue Ground
Audio In Left + Mono
RGB Blue
Audio, RGB switch,16:9
(B) SCART to RCA connectors
RGB Green Ground
(Composite
Video + Audio L/R)
Clock Out
RGB Green
Data Out
RGB Red Ground
Data Ground
RGB Red
Blanking Signal
Composite Video Ground
Blanking Signal Ground
Composite Video Out
Composite Video In
Chassis Ground, Cable Shield
DVD Player/Recorder
VCR
Video Game Console
SCART Pinouts
(solder side view)
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
The EURO-SCART connector can be used with equipment which has RGB or composite video inputs
and outputs. A VCR, satellite or cable receiver, DVD player, or video game console should be
connected using the EURO-SCART connection.
The EURO-SCART socket is fully wired as shown above.
The audio output from the EURO-SCART can be connected to a separate amplifier to allow
integration with a multi- room audio video system. This should be carried out by a qualified
engineer.
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The IR Link, RJ12 and RS-232 Connectors
All connections must be made before sealing the TileVision® into the back box.
IR Link Out
The IR Link Out is a 3.5 mm mono jack socket. The IR signal sensed by the TileVision® is outputted
from this socket to an IR emitter. This will enable the remote control of external equipment, such as a
DVD player, from the TileVision®.
IR Link Out Connections – IR Emitter
Tip
Sleeve
IR emitter LED positive terminal to the Tip.
IR emitter LED negative terminal to the Sleeve.
3.5 mm mono jack plug
IR Link In
The IR Link In is a 3.5 mm stereo jack socket. This socket allows an auxiliary IR sensor to be
connected to the TileVision® to enable remote control of the TileVision® from a different point other
than the front of the TileVision®.
IR Link In Connections – IR Receiver
The TileVision® interface will supply +5v DC to power
the IR sensor.
IR sensor +5v DC terminal to the Tip.
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
3.5 mm stereo jack plug
IR sensor signal output terminal to the Ring.
IR sensor negative terminal to the Sleeve.
RJ12 Connector
This connector is for Hotel TV System Integration. The RJ12 allows command codes to pass to and
from the TileVision®. The RJ12 pin assignment is internally configurable, to allow the connection of
various Hotel TV Systems.
RS232 Port
The RS232 control port enables the TileVision® to be controlled from a home automation
control system.
For detailed information on the IR Link, RJ12 and RS-232 connections and
the relevant control signals see the TileVision® Interface Connections pdf
on the TileVision® web site (www.tilevision.tv – support – user support).
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The Splashproof Remote Control
Before the splashproof remote control can be used the insulating plastic film must be removed
from beneath the battery.
Place the remote control face down on a horizontal flat surface and use the opener to release the
battery compartment cover by rotating it in an anti-clockwise direction. Set the battery cover and
opener to one side. Remove the battery and the insulating plastic film.
Try to avoid touching the black O-ring as it is coated in light grease.
A. Gently pull forward the small battery terminal.
B. Gently raise up both prongs.
C. Push the battery flat in to the battery compartment, (with the positive (+) side upwards) so
that it is in contact with both battery terminals for 5 seconds.
Remove the battery and insert the battery at an angle, so it rests on the battery terminal A.
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B
Refit the battery cover and lock it back in place using the opener.
Wait 15 seconds before operating the remote control.
Replacing the Battery
Place the remote control face down on a horizontal flat surface and use the opener to release the battery
compartment cover by rotating it in an anti‑clockwise direction. Set the battery cover and opener to one
side.
Carefully remove the old battery and dispose of it safely.
Observe the polarity.
Do not short circuit the battery.
The battery of remote control shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Try to avoid touching the black O-ring as it is coated in light grease.
Insert the new CR2032 battery with the positive (+) side upwards. Replace the battery cover and lock it
back in place using the opener.
18
Installing the TileVision® – Set Up and Tuning
Ensure that the TileVision® does not get wet until it is fully sealed.
When the connections have been made as shown on pages 8 to
17 it is time to install the TileVision® into the back box.
Remove the soft adhesive protector from the top length of Velcro‚
and press the TileVision® into the back box. It may be found
necessary to adjust the position of the cables in order to achieve a
good fit.
The installation must comply with all relevant electrical safety
regulations before the mains supply is turned on using the remote
isolation switch. The TileVision® should now show a red indicator
light showing that it is in standby mode. Ensure that the
TileVision® does not get wet until it is fully sealed.
only the top
strip is removed
before tuning
Initial Tuning
Press the POWER button on the remote control to switch the TileVision® on from standby. The LED indicator
will show green and the OSD Language menu will be displayed within twenty seconds.
The on-screen menus can be in any of the following eleven languages: Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español,
Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands, Polski, Portugês, Slovenščina.
1 Press the 34 buttons to select the required language.
2 Press the 6 button to highlight Country.
3 Press the 34 buttons to select the required Country.
4 Press the OK button to begin tuning.
On completion of tuning if DTV has been tuned the Target Region Setting menu will be displayed.
4a Press the 34 select the required Country Code, Primary Region, Secondary Region and Tertiary Region.
4b Press the OK button to confirm selection and step down to the next option.
4c Repeat 4a & 4b.
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Installing the TileVision® – Sealing
Note: It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the TileVision® is
installed and sealed correctly, failure to do so will invalidate the guarantee.
Sealing the TileVision®
When correct function has been confirmed, switch the TileVision® to standby and set the isolation
switch to off. Apply clear silicone sealant to the joint between the sides of the back box and the sides
of the TileVision®. Ensure that the sealant is worked into the space evenly and is applied without any
gaps, bubbles or voids. Wipe any excess sealant away and
check for any imperfections. Rectify any errors as
fill the space between the
necessary.
edge of the TileVision®
and the back box
This seal is essential for the reliable and safe
operation of the TileVision® and must be
completely waterproof.
Sealing Tip: To achieve a neat Screen
Masking tape Tile
seal apply lengths of masking
tape around the TileVision®
glass screen and the
surrounding tiles. Leave
sufficient gap to apply the
Velcro
sealant around the joint between
Grout
®
the sides of the back box and TileVision .
Back box
Silicone
Once the sealant has set and the masking tape removed the acrylic
surround can be fitted as shown below.
Fitting the mirrored acrylic surround
The mirrored acrylic surround is a cosmetic addition and has no bearing on
the integrity of the waterproof seal of the TileVision®.
If the surround is being fitted to the TileVision®, use a mirror adhesive
to fasten the surround to the wall.
Lay the surround on a flat
surface and apply the
mirror adhesive to the
matt grey surface as
shown. Once the
mirror adhesive has
apply to the
been applied, align the
grey side of the
surround with the
mirrored surround
TileVision® using a
spirit level as a guide
and press the
surround firmly to
the wall.
After the mirror adhesive has set the protective film can be removed from the front of the surround.
Cleaning Instructions
To clean the glass and surround, use only a soft damp
cloth. Under no circumstances are abrasive cleaners to be used, failure to observe
this warning will invalidate the guarantee.
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The Splashproof Remote Control
1 Power On/Off button
1
2 Mute button
2
3 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) button
4 Menu button
3
5
8
4
9
10
6
7
12
23
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
25
6 Right navigation button
7 Down navigation button
11
21
5 Up navigation button
26
27
Make sure there are no
objects between the remote
control and
the TileVision®.
Do not place the remote
control near a heater.
A strong blow to the
remote control may cause
it not to operate.
8 Left navigation button
9 OK button
10 Source button
11Exit button
12Colour and Teletext buttons
13Fast Reverse button
14Pause button
15Play button
16Fast Forward button
17Record button
18Timeshift button
19Stop button
20Personal Video Recorder (PVR) button
21Volume Up / Down buttons
22Number buttons
23Channel Up / Down buttons
24Page Up button
25Page Down button
26Subtitles button
27Text button
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The Standard Remote Control
1 POWER On/Off button
2 INFO button
3 Zoom buttons
1
2
3
4
5 Picture Mode button
5
6
7
8
7 Sleep button
9
10
11
12
9 Personal Video Recorder (PVR) List / USB button
13
14
15
16
4 Mute button
6 Sound Mode button
8 Favourite button
1
0Previous Chapter button
11Next Chapter button
12Stop button
13Record / Home button
14Fast Reverse button
15 Fast Forward button
16Play / Pause button
17Exit button
18Timeshift button
19Up navigation button
20Right navigation button
21Down navigation button
22Left navigation button
23OK button
24Menu button
25Source button
26Number buttons
27Back button
28 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) button
29Volume Up / Down buttons
30Sub.T / Sub.P button
31Audio / MTS button
32Page Up button
33Page Down button
34Channel Up / Down buttons
35ECO button
36List button
37 - 42 Teletext Control buttons
43Colour and Teletext buttons
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17
18
19
22
23
24
20
21
25
26
27
30
29
31
37
40
28
32
34
33
35
38
39
41
42
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The standard remote control is not waterproof and
should not be splashed or immersed in water.
When installing or replacing the batteries:
Observe the polarity
Do not mix different battery types.
Do not short circuit the batteries.
The battery of remote control shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Switching the TileVision® On/Off
Please allow a minimum of five seconds after switching the TileVision® off before switching it on
again.
1 To switch the TileVision® on, press the POWER button.
The LED indicator will show green and TileVision® will display a picture within twenty seconds.
2 To switch the TileVision® to standby, press the POWER button again. The LED indicator will show red to
indicate that the TileVision® is in standby mode
Selecting the On-screen Language
English is the preset language for the TileVision®. The language for on-screen menus can be
selected during initial set-up or at any time in the future.
The on-screen menus can be in any of the following eleven languages: Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español,
Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands, Polski, Portugês, Slovenščina.
To change the language used follow the sequence below:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight OSD Language.
4 Press the OK button to display the OSD Language selection menu.
5 Press the 34 or 56 buttons to highlight the required language.
6 Press the OK button to select the language.
7 Press the MENU button to close OSD Language selection menu.
8 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
All the on-screen displays will now be in the chosen language.
The selected language applies to all modes.
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Selecting a Source
If external sources have been connected to the TileVision® they may be viewed by selecting the
appropriate input.
The Input Source list allows selection of the following: DTV (Digital Television), ATV (Analogue Television), AV,
SCART, Component (Y, Pb, Pr), PC, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, Media (Digital Media Player).
1 Press the Input button to display the Input Source list.
2 Press the Input button or the 56 buttons until the required source is selected.
3 Press the OK button to confirm selection of the chosen input and to clear the Input Source list from the
screen.
Press the EXIT button to close the Input Source list without selecting an alternative source.
LCN (Logical Channel Number) Sorting
The LCN option is only available when DTV is selected.
1 Press the MENU button to display CHANNEL menu.
2 Press the 56 buttons to highlight LCN SORTING.
3 Press the OK button to toggle the setting between ON and OFF.
4 Press the EXIT button to close the Channel menu.
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Tuning the TileVision® DTV / ATV
If a Sky™ receiver is being used as a source it should be switched on before tuning the
TileVision®. This will allow the TileVision® to tune to the Sky™ receiver correctly.
Select either DTV or ATV source see page 24
1 Press the MENU button to display CHANNEL menu.
2 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Auto Tuning.
3 Press the OK button to display the Tuning Type menu.
4 Press the 34 buttons to select DTV & ATV tuning, or DTV tuning only or ATV tuning only. Once selection
has been made press the 6 button.
5 Press the 56 & 34 buttons to highlight the required country.
6 Press the OK button to start Auto Tune.
On completion of tuning if DTV has been selected the Target Region Setting menu will be displayed.
6a Press the 34 select the required Country Code, Primary Region, Secondary Region and Tertiary Region.
6b Press the OK button to confirm selection and step down to the next option.
6c Repeat 6a & 6b
7 Press the EXIT button to close the CHANNEL menu.
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DTV Manual Tuning
Digital Television Manual Tuning
1 Set the source input to DTV see page 24
2 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight DVB-T Manual Tuning.
4 Press the OK button to display the DVB-T Manual Tuning menu.
5 Select the required channel (UHF 21–69) with the 34 buttons.
The DVB-T Manual Tuning menu will show if a signal is being received on the selected channel.
Good Signal on the selected channel
OK to tune.
No Signal on the selected channel
Do not tune.
6 If there is a signal on the required channel press the OK button to start tuning the stations on
the selected channel.
The TileVision® will confirm that it is searching for channels.
After a short time the dialogue will show the number of DTV and Radio programmes that have
been tuned.
When the dialogue clears, the newly tuned station with the lowest number will be shown.
To tune additional programmes repeat steps 1 to 6.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the DVB-T Manual Tuning menu.
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ATV Manual Tuning
Analogue Television Manual Tuning
1 Set the source input to ATV see page 24
2 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight the ATV Manual Tuning.
4 Press the OK button to display the ATV Manual Tuning menu.
5 Use the 34 buttons to select which programme to tune (Current Channel).
6 Press the 56 button to highlight Colour System.
7 Use the 34 buttons to select the Colour System (PAL, SECAM or AUTO).
8 Press the 56 button to highlight Sound System.
9 Select a sound system with the 34 buttons:
BG: Western Europe/Asia/Middle East/Africa/Australia
I:
UK/Hong Kong/South Africa
DK: Russia/China/Eastern Europe
L:France.
10 Press the 56 button to highlight Search and then press the
3 or 4 button to choose the search direction.
The ATV Manual
Tuning dialogue.
The search will stop when the next available station has been
tuned. To tune an alternative station press the 3 or 4 button to
continue searching.
If necessary highlight AFC (56 ) and set to OFF (34). Then
highlight Fine-Tune (56 )and adjust the tuning with the 34
buttons to improve the picture or sound.
11 Press the Red button to save the settings.
12 Press the EXIT button to close the ATV Manual Tuning menu.
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Programme Edit DTV
A deleted programme can only be restored by retuning the TileVision® using Auto or
Manual Tuning. Setting SKIP for unwanted programmes is usually a better option.
Programme Edit allows programmes to be deleted, skipped or selected as favourites.
Deleted programmes are removed completely and are not available at all until the TileVision® is retuned using
Auto or Manual Tuning.
Skipped programmes are not available by pressing the PR + or the PR – buttons but they can be selected from
the EPG, the channel list or by entering a channel number directly.
Favourite programmes are included in the Favourite List which can be displayed by pressing the FAV button.
Programme Edit in DTV Mode
1 Select DTV input, refer to page 24.
2 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight Programme Edit
4 Press the OK button to display the Programme Edit menu.
5 Select a programme with the 56 buttons.
5a To DELETE the programme completely and make it unavailable until the TileVision® is retuned, press
5b To SKIP past the programme when using the PR + or PR – buttons, press the BLUE button. A SKIP
symbol will be appear next to the programme to indicate that it has been selected as skipped. To include a
skipped programme when selecting programmes via the PR + or PR – buttons, press the BLUE button, the
skip symbol will be removed.
5c To include the programme in the FAVOURITES list, press the FAV button. A HEART will appear next to
the programme to indicate that it has been added to the favourites list. To remove a programme from the
favourites list press the FAV button, the heart will be removed from the programme.
the RED button. A confirmation box will be displayed, select YES (3) to delete the programme, or NO (4)
to cancel the action.
6 Press the EXIT button to close the Programme Edit menu.
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Programme Edit ATV
A deleted programme can only be restored by retuning the TileVision® using Auto or
Manual Tuning. Setting SKIP for unwanted programmes is usually a better option.
Programme Edit allows programmes to be deleted, skipped or selected as favourites.
Deleted programmes are removed completely and are not available at all until the TileVision® is retuned using
Auto or Manual Tuning.
Skipped programmes are not available by pressing the PR + or the PR – buttons but they can be selected from
the channel list or by entering a channel number directly.
Favourite programmes are included in the Favourite List which can be displayed by pressing the FAV button.
Programme Edit in ATV Mode
1 Select ATV input, refer to page 24.
2 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight Programme Edit
4 Press the OK button to display the PROGRAMME EDIT menu.
5 Select a channel with the 56 buttons.
5a To DELETE the programme completely and make it unavailable until the TileVision® is retuned, press
5b To SKIP past the programme when using the PR + or PR – buttons, press the BLUE button. A SKIP
symbol will be appear next to the programme to indicate that it has been selected as skipped. To include a
skipped programme when selecting channels via the PR + or PR – buttons, press the BLUE button, the skip
symbol will be removed.
5c To include the programme in the FAVOURITES list, press the FAV button. A HEART will appear next to
the programme to indicate that it has been added to the favourites list. To remove a programme from the
favourites list press the FAV button, the heart will be removed from the programme.
5d To RENAME a programme press the GREEN button. Press the 56 buttons to select a character
5e To MOVE a programme to a new position in the list. Press the YELLOW button. Press the 56
the RED button. A confirmation box will be displayed, select YES (3) to delete the programme, or NO (4)
to cancel the action.
(holding the 56 buttons pressed will perform a fast search of the available characters) and press the 34
buttons to select the position. A maximum of five characters can be used to name a programme. To save
the new name press the GREEN button.
buttons to move the programme to the requires position. To save the programme in the new position press
the YELLOW button.
6 Press the EXIT button to close the Programme Edit menu.
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Blue Screen
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Blue Screen.
4 Press the 34 buttons or the OK button to toggle the setting between ON and OFF.
5 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
Signal Information
Signal information is only available when DTV is being viewed. The information detailed is regarding the
multiplex currently being viewed.
1 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
2 Press the 56 buttons to HIGHLIGHT the SIGNAL INFORMATION menu.
3 Press the OK button to display the signal information.
4 Press the EXIT button to close the Channel menu.
CI Information
If a Conditional Access Module (CAM) is installed CI information is available via the CHANNEL menu as follows:
Note: If a Conditional Access Module (CAM) is not installed the option CI Information will be greyed out and not
selectable.
1 Press the MENU button to display the Channel menu.
2 Press the 56 buttons to HIGHLIGHT the CI INFORMATION menu.
3 Press the OK button to display the CI Information
With a CAM installed the message ‘Loading CI MMI...’ will be displayed whilst the TileVision® accesses the information from the CAM and viewing card.
4 When the Main menu is displayed,
4a Press the 56 buttons to select a menu option
4b Press the OK button to view the available information.
4c Press the OK or EXIT button to return to the main CI Information menu.
5 Press the EXIT button to close the menu.
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Changing Channels
There are five ways to change to a new channel on the TileVision®:
1 Enter the programme number directly by pressing the number keys. When choosing a programme from 1–9
there is no need to press the 0 key first.
2 Press the PR + or PR - buttons to switch from programme to programme in sequence.
3 Press the OK button to display the Channel List. When the list is displayed use the 56 buttons to select a
programme and press the OK button to switch to the selected programme.
The 3 button can be used to move up one page at a time, or the 4 button can be used to move down one
page at a time.
The Channel List will continue to be displayed for a few seconds or until the EXIT button is pressed.
4 Press the FAV button to display the Favourite List. When the list is displayed use the 56 buttons to select a
programme and press the OK button to switch to the selected programme. To edit the Favourite Programme
list see pages 28 & 29.
The Favourite List will continue to be displayed for a few seconds or until the EXIT button is pressed.
5 When watching DTV press the EPG button to display the Electronic Programme Guide.
When the Programme Guide is displayed use the 56 buttons to select a programme and press the OK
button to select the chosen programme.
Press the EPG or EXIT button to close the EPG.
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OSD (On Screen Display) Time
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the OSD TIME menu.
4 Press the OK button to display the OSD TIME menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the required delay, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 seconds.
6 Press the OK button to set the selected time.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the TIME menu.
On Screen Display Language
The on-screen menus and lists can be in any of the following eleven languages: Dansk, Deutsch, English,
Español, Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands, Polski, Portugês, Slovenščina.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight OSD LANGUAGE.
4 Press the OK button to display the OSD LANGUAGE selection menu.
5 Press the 56 and 34 buttons until the required language is selected.
6 Press the OK button to set the selected language.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
All the on-screen displays will now be in the chosen language.
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Basic DTV Programme Information
The channel number, channel name and signal information are always displayed on screen for a few seconds
whenever switching from one channel to another.
Basic ATV Programme Information
The channel number, channel name and signal information are always displayed on screen for a few seconds
whenever switching from one channel to another.
Because detailed information is not broadcast on analogue television, pressing the INFO
button will display the same information as is shown when changing channel.
Detailed DTV Programme Information
More detailed information about the current programme can be seen at any time by pressing the INFO button.
Press the INFO button again to clear the information banner from the screen.
The information contained in the banner is as follows:
Line 1 the channel, the current time and the date.
Line 2 the start and end times of the programme and the programme title.
Line 3 the video mode (576i denotes standard resolution), the availability of MHEG digital text, the availability
of subtitles and the audio language.
Line 4 a brief synopsis of the programme.
To view the information on the next programme press the 4 button.
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The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Viewing the EPG
The EPG information is provided by the broadcasters.
Programme entries may appear blank or out of date as a result of the information broadcast on a given
channel. The display will dynamically update as soon as new information becomes available.
EPG information can be viewed at any time when watching digital programmes.
1 Press the EPG button to display the Electronic Programme Guide.
2 Use the 56 & 34 buttons to move the highlight around the EPG.
3 Press the OK button to select the currently highlighted channel.
4 Press the EPG or EXIT button to close the EPG.
Detailed programme information is available without closing the EPG by pressing the INFO button.
To return to the EPG press the INFO button again.
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PVR File System
The PVR USB memory stick performance can be checked or if required the PVR USB memory stick can be
formatted.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the PVR File System option.
4 Press the OK button to display the PVR File System menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required option.
5a To check PVR File System. Press the OK button. After testing is complete, information 5b To FORMAT the USB memory stick. Press the OK button.
regarding the performance of the USB memory stick is displayed.
Press the 34 buttons to select the format system type.
FAT32 the maximum capacity of the USB memory stick will be used for the PVR file.
Hi Speed FS: The recording capacity for the PVR file can be set.
Press the 56 buttons to select the recording capacity.
Press the 34 buttons to set the value of the recording capacity.
Press the OK button when the formatting options have been set.
Press the 3 button to START formatting, press the 4 button to exit without formatting.
5c Time Shift Size. Press the OK button.
Press the 34 buttons to select the Time Shift Disk Size.
Press the OK button. Preform Formatting (if required).
Press the 3 button to START formatting, press the 4 button to exit without formatting.
5d Free Record Limit.
Press the 34 buttons to select the Free Record Limit.
6 Press the MENU button to exit the PVR File System menu..
7 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
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The EPG Timer Recording
The Electronic Programme Guide is only available when viewing Digital TV.
A USB memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
To record a programme from the EPG.
1 Press the EPG button. The EPG will be displayed with the current channel being viewed, highlighted.
2 Press the 7 8 buttons to set the required date, the date can be set within the next seven days from the current date.
3 Use the 56 & 34 buttons to move the highlight around the EPG to select the required programme.
4 Press the RED button.
5 The RECORDER settings will be displayed.
6 Press the OK button.
7 The Timer Confirmed notification will be displayed.
If a programme recording time conflicts with another recording the Timer Confirmation notice will advise a Timer Overlap and the current setting will be deleted. The timer recording will not be set.
Timer Recording - Indication.
With the TileVision in standby mode (red LED lit). The LED will change to green to indicate that the recording is in progress, a picture will NOT be displayed. On completion of the recording the LED will revert back to red.
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The EPG Timer Recording
Manual adjustment of a timer recording.
A USB memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
The Electronic Programme Guide is only available when viewing Digital TV.
To record a programme from the EPG.
1 Press the EPG button. The EPG will be displayed with the current channel being viewed, highlighted.
2 Press the 7 8 buttons to set the required date, the date can be set within the next seven days from the current date.
3 Use the 56 & 34 buttons to move the highlight around the EPG to select the required programme.
4 Press the RED button.
5 The RECORDER settings will be displayed.
6 Press the 56 buttons to highlight MODE.
6a Press the 34 buttons to set the required recording sequence.
ONCE.
EVERYDAY.
WEEKLY.
7 When the mode is not set to auto, the START time and END time can be adjusted.
7a Press the 56 buttons to highlight the item to be adjusted.
7b Press the 34 buttons to set the value.
8 When all the information has been entered press the OK button.
9 The Timer Confirmed notification will be displayed.
If a programme recording time conflicts with another recording the Timer Confirmation notice will advise a Timer Overlap and the current setting will be deleted. The timer recording will not be set.
Timer Recording - Indication.
With the TileVision in standby mode (red LED lit). The LED will change to green to indicate that the recording is in progress, a picture will NOT be displayed. On completion of the recording the LED will revert back to red.
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The Timer Recording / Reminder Schedule
The Schedule List can be displayed for checking or deleting a programme that is set to be recorded, or a
reminder of a programme.
1 Press the EPG button to display the EPG.
2 Press the YELLOW button (Schedule). A list of programmes that is scheduled to be recorded will be shown.
2a To delete a programme press the 56 buttons to highlight the programme to be deleted. Press the RED button to delete the scheduled recording or reminder.
3 Press the EXIT button to return to normal TV viewing.
3a Press the YELLOW button to return to the EPG.
A MOVIE
symbol indicates that the programme is set to record.
A TIMER
symbol indicates that the programme is set as a reminder.
Programme Reminder
The Schedule List can be displayed for checking or deleting a reminder that has been set for a programme.
1 Press the EPG button to display the EPG.
2 Select the programme for which a reminder is to be set.
3 Press the BLUE button to display the REMINDER menu.
3a Use the 34 & 56 buttons to alter the channel, time and frequency of the
reminder, if required.
4 When the reminder timings are correct, press the OK button to store the reminder.
Recording The Current Programme
A USB memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
To quickly record the current programme for viewing at a later time.
Press the RECORD button.
The recording of the programme starts immediately. The record indicator will appear at the top left of the picture.
To display or remove the control bar press the RECORD button.
To stop the recording, press the STOP button.
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The PVR (Personal Video Recorder) List
1 Press the PVR LIST button. The PVR list will be displayed.
2 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required recording.
3 Press the OK button or PLAY button to start the playback of the recording.
Time Shift - Recording
A USB memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
Timeshift formatting of the USB memory stick must be performed before using this function, refer to
page 35.
The viewing of a current programme can be paused temporarily, and then played back.
Press the TIMESHIFT button.
A pause indicator will appear at the top left of the picture.
To playback the paused programme press the PLAY button.
To display the control bar press the TIMESHIFT button.
To pause playback press the PAUSE button.
To move quickly through the recording used the 7
8 buttons.
To exit the timeshift mode and return to normal viewing, press the STOP button.
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Picture Mode
The Picture Mode setting is independently adjustable for each input. For example, DTV can be set to
Personal and the HDMI input can be set to Movie for DVD playback.
Three preset picture modes can be selected or, using the Personal option, the Contrast, Brightness, Colour
Intensity and Sharpness can be set to preferred levels.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the Picture menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Picture Mode.
4 Press the OK button to display the Picture Mode Menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required setting.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Picture menu.
Picture Settings User Mode
Contrast, Brightness, Colour and Sharpness can only be adjusted in Personal Picture Mode.
Adjustments can be made as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 button to select the Picture menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Picture Mode.
4 Press the OK button to display the Picture Mode Menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Personal setting.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting.
7 Press the 56 buttons to select, Contrast, Brightness, Colour or Sharpness.
8 Press the OK button to select the setting.
9 Press the 34 buttons to adjust the value.
Adjustments are made with the Picture menu hidden so that most of the picture is visible. Only the item
being adjusted is shown on the screen.
9a Repeat instructions 7 to 9, to adjust other settings.
10 When all the settings are as required press the EXIT button to close the Picture Mode menu.
The Tint adjustment does not apply to TileVision®.
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Picture Colour Temperature
The Colour Temperature can be set independently for each input. For example, DTV can be set to
Normal and the HDMI input can be set to Personal for DVD playback.
Setting the Colour Temperature
Three preset colour temperature settings can be selected.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the Picture menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Colour Temp.
4 Press the OK button to display the Colour Temp menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required setting.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Picture menu.
Picture Noise Reduction
Noise Reduction can be independently set for each input except PC where Noise Reduction setting
is not required.
If noise reduction is needed, Default is the recommended setting.
Noise reduction can be set as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the PICTURE menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Noise Reduction.
4 Press the OK button to display Noise Reduction menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required settings.
Off, Low, Middle, High or Default.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Noise Reduction menu.
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Picture Aspect Ratio
The Aspect Ratio can be independently set for each input. For example, DTV can be set to Auto and
the HDMI input can be set to Zoom1 for DVD playback.
If the Aspect Ratio is set to Auto, the TileVision® will alter the picture to best suit the programme being
received and there will be little need to change the setting manually.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the Setup menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Aspect Ratio.
4 Press the OK button to display the Aspect Ratio Menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select any of the different settings as shown below.
How aspect ratio settings alter the picture
4:3
16:9
Zoom 1
Zoom 2
6 Press the OK button to select the chosen setting.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Aspect Ratio menu.
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Audio Language
The primary or secondary language are used as appropriate if they are available when a multiple language
source is broadcast.
Set the preferred audio languages as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons twice to HIGHLIGHT the AUDIO LANGUAGES option.
4 Press the OK button to display the AUDIO LANGUAGES selection menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to display PRIMARY or SECONDARY.
6 Press the 6 button to move to the language selection area.
7 Press the 56 and 34 buttons to select the required language.
8 Press the MENU button to return to the AUDIO LANGUAGES (top) selection menu.
8a Repeat instructions 5 to 8 to set a SECONDARY language.
9 Press the MENU button to exit the AUDIO LANGUAGES selection menu.
10 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
DTV Audio Languages
Some DTV broadcasts can include multiple audio languages and/or narrative audio descriptions for the visually
impaired (V.I.). The Audio Languages menu allows available languages to be selected and broadcasts with
audio descriptions to be chosen if required.
In DTV mode the sound output for the left and right speakers can be selected as
follows:
1 Press the AUDIO button to open the Audio Languages list.
2 Press the 56 buttons to select the required broadcast language and V.I.
option.
3 Press the 3 or 4 buttons to sequence through the three options;
L+R, L+L, or R+R.
4 Press the OK button to save settings.
5 Press the EXIT button to close the Audio Languages list..
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AD Switch
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight AD Switch.
4 Press the OK button to display the AD Switch menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to set the AD (audio description) to ON or OFF. With the AD set to off the volume
control is greyed out. For adjustment of the volume level AD must be set to ON.
6 Press the 56 buttons to highlight AD Volume.
7 Press the 34 buttons to set the AD volume to the require level.
8 Press the EXIT button to close the SOUND menu.
Hearing Impaired
If a broadcast includes alternative audio for the hard of hearing it will be selected when Hearing Impaired is set
to on.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight HEARING IMPAIRED.
4 Press the OK button to toggle the setting between ON and OFF.
5 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
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Subtitle Language
The primary or secondary language are used as appropriate if they are available when multiple subtitle
languages are broadcast.
Set the preferred subtitle languages as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to HIGHLIGHT the SUBTITLE LANGUAGE option.
4 Press the OK button to display the SUBTITLE LANGUAGES selection menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to display PRIMARY or SECONDARY.
6 Press the 6 button to move to the language selection area.
7 Press the 56 and 34 buttons to select the required language.
8 Press the MENU button to return to the SUBTITLE LANGUAGES (top) selection menu.
8a Repeat instructions 5 to 8 to set a SECONDARY language.
9 Press the MENU button to close the SUBTITLE LANGUAGES selection menu.
10 Press the EXIT button to close the SETUP menu.
Subtitles
Subtitles
Most DTV broadcasts include subtitles in at least one language. To select
subtitles or turn subtitles off press the SUBTITLES button and the Subtitle
Languages list will be displayed.
Press the 56 buttons to select a language or turn Subtitles off and press the
OK button to save settings.
Press the EXIT button to close the list.
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Sound - Mute
Sound Mute
The sound can be muted by pressing the MUTE button.
The mute flag will be displayed on the screen whenever the sound is muted.
To restore the sound to the previous level press the MUTE button or press either VOLUME button up or
down.
Auto Volume
If there is an large difference between the volume of one programme and another, setting Auto Volume to on
will reduce the disparity.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Auto Volume.
4 Press the OK button to switch between On and Off.
5 Press the EXIT button to save the setting and close the SOUND menu.
Adjusting The Balance
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Balance.
4 Press the OK button to display the Balance Adjustment menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to adjust the Left/Right balance.
6 Press the EXIT to save the setting and close the Sound menu.
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Sound Mode
Four preset sound modes can be selected or, using the Personal mode, treble & bass can be set to
preferred levels. Using the EQ, five frequency bands can be adjusted to enhance the audio.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Sound Mode.
4 Press the OK button to display the Sound Mode menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the required settings.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Noise Reduction menu.
Sound - Personal Mode
Treble & bass can be set to preferred levels.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Sound Mode.
4 Press the OK button to display the Sound Mode menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Personal settings.
6 Press the OK button to select the setting
7 Press the 56 buttons to select, Treble or Bass.
8 Press the OK button to select the setting.
9 Press the 34 buttons to adjust the value.
9a repeat instructions 7 to 9 to adjust other settings.
10 Press the EXIT button to close the SOUND menu.
EQ
Five frequency bands can be adjusted by cutting or boosting the selected frequency.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight EQ.
4 Press the OK button to display the EQ adjustment menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the frequency to adjust.
6 Press the 34 buttons to adjust the frequency.
7 Press the EXIT button to save the setting and close the SOUND menu.
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Surround Sound
Surround sound will enhance the audio and provide a more enjoyable and involving presentation.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight Surround Sound.
4 Press the OK button to display the Surround Sound menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the required Surround Sound option, OFF or Surround.
6 Press the OK button to select the chosen option.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the Sound menu.
SPDIF Mode
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the SOUND menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight SPDIF Mode.
4 Press the OK button to toggle the setting between AUTO and PCM mode.
5 Press the EXIT button to close the SOUND menu.
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Setting The Time Zone
There is a choice of 44 cities in various time zones.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 button to highlight TIME ZONE.
4 Press the OK button to display the TIME ZONE selection menu.
5 Press the 56 and 34 buttons until the required City / Time Zone is selected.
6 Press the OK button to set the selected time zone.
7 Press the EXIT button to close TIME menu.
Auto Standby
The TileVision® incorporates a auto standby function. If there has been no operation of the TileVision® after a
set time, the TileVision® will switch to standby. Time lengths available, OFF, 3 hours, 4 hours or 5 hours.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to HIGHLIGHT the AUTO STANDBY menu.
4 Press the OK button to display the AUTO STANDBY menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the required delay., OFF, 3 hours, 4 hours or 5 hours.
6 Press the OK button to set the selected time.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the TIME menu.
An on-screen countdown will be displayed from 5 minutes before the TileVision® switches off.
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Sleep Timer
The TileVision® incorporates a sleep timer which can be set to turn the unit off after a preset time. The
available delay times are:
10, 20, 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, and 240 minutes.
The sleep time can be set as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the SLEEP TIMER menu.
4 Press the OK button to display the SLEEP TIMER menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the required delay.
4 Press the OK button to set the time.
6 Press the EXIT button to close the TIMER menu.
An on-screen countdown will be displayed from 60 seconds before the TileVision® switches off.
The Sleep Timer can be changed whilst watching a
programme. Press the Sleep button to sequence
through the delay settings.
Setting The OFF Time
The time menu allows the TileVision® to be programmed to switch on or off at preset times. Options available
are Off, Once, Every Day, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat, Sat~Sun, Sunday.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight OFF TIME.
4 Press the OK button to display the OFF TIME menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to set the OFF TIME to the required setting (Off, Once, Every Day, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat,
Sat~Sun, Sunday). With the OFF TIME set to off the time settings are greyed out.
6 Press the 56 buttons to highlight HOUR.
7 Press the 34 buttons to set the HOUR to the required setting.
8 Press the 56 buttons to highlight MINUTES.
9 Press the 34 buttons to set the MINUTES to the required setting.
10 Press the MENU button to exit the OFF TIME menu.
11 Press the EXIT button to close the TIME menu.
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Setting The ON Time
The time menu allows the TileVision® to be programmed to switch on or off at preset times. Options available
are Off, Once, Every Day, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat, Sat~Sun, Sunday.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to select the TIME menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight ON TIME.
4 Press the OK button to display the ON TIME menu.
5 Press the 34 buttons to set the ON TIME to the required setting (Off, Once, Every Day, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat,
Sat~Sun, Sunday). With the ON TIME set to off the time settings are greyed out.
6 Press the 56 buttons to highlight HOUR.
7 Press the 34 buttons to set the HOUR to the required setting.
8 Press the 56 buttons to highlight MINUTES.
9 Press the 34 buttons to set the MINUTES to the required setting.
10 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the input.
11 Press the 34 buttons to set the input to the required setting (DTV, ATV, Radio, SCART, Component,PC, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, AV, Media).
11a With the input DTV, ATV, or Radio selected, the channel can be selected. Press the 56 buttons to
11b Press the 34 buttons to select the required channel.
highlight the channel.
12 Press the 56 buttons to highlight VOLUME.
13 Press the 34 buttons to set the VOLUME to the required setting.
14 Press the MENU button to exit the ON TIME menu.
15 Press the EXIT button to close the TIME menu.
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Lock System
The lock menu allows a password to be entered so that a number of key settings can be locked,
selected programmes can be blocked and parental controls can be imposed.
When lock system is on, Auto Tuning, DTV Manual Tuning and ATV Manual Tuning can not be accessed from the
CHANNEL menu without entering the password. All other menu options are not affected.
The TileVision® default four digit password is 0000.
Before adjustment of the settings on the Lock Menu can be undertaken, the Lock Menu screen must
be UNLOCKED first by entering the password.
To UNLOCK the Lock Menu screen.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the LOCK menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the LOCK SYSTEM option.
4 Press the OK button to display the ENTER PASSWORD dialogue.
5 Enter the correct four digit code using the number pad on the remote control.
With the correct code entered the display will return to the LOCK menu.
To Set The Lock System ON or OFF
1 UNLOCK the LOCK MENU screen, see above.
2 Press the OK button to switch the setting between ON or OFF.
3 Press the EXIT button to close the LOCK menu.
Change Password
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the LOCK menu.
Unlock the LOCK menu, set LOCK to ON (with LOCK set to OFF, Set Password is greyed out).
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the SET PASSWORD option.
4 Press the OK button to open the password window.
5 Enter the current four digit code using the number pad on the remote control.
6 Enter the NEW four digit code using the number pad on the remote control.
7 Reenter the NEW four digit code using the number pad on the remote control.
When completed the display will return to the LOCK menu.
8 Press the EXIT button to close the LOCK menu.
If the default password of 0000 is replaced by a user password and the password
is then forgotten, contact the place of purchase to obtain the master password.
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Parental Guidance
The parental guidance option allows any age from 4 to 18 to be select for all programmes. Parental guidance is
set as follows:
1 UNLOCK the LOCK MENU screen, see above.
2 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the PARENTAL GUIDANCE menu.
3 Press the OK button to display the PARENTAL GUIDANCE menu.
4 Press the 56 buttons to select the required age restriction.
5 Press the OK button to set the selected option.
6 Press the EXIT button to close the LOCK menu.
Block Programme
Blocked programmes can only be viewed by entering the password. The programmes are selected in the
normal way but it is necessary to enter the password before the programme is shown.
Programmes are blocked as follows:
1 UNLOCK the LOCK MENU screen, see page 52.
2 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the BLOCK PROGRAMME menu.
3 Press the OK button to display a list of all the programmes
4 Press the 56 buttons to select the required Programme.
5 Press the GREEN button to BLOCK the selected programme. A padlock symbol will appear next to the
Blocked programme.
5a To UNBLOCK a blocked programme press the GREEN button.
6 Press the EXIT button to close the LOCK menu.
Key Lock
The Key Lock function is not used. Setting the Key Lock to ON or OFF has no effect.
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Hotel Mode
The Hotel Mode enables the source menu to be edited. Unwanted source inputs can be removed
from the source listing. The TileVision can be configured so that at switch on, the TileVision will
always select a preferred source / TV Programme, with the volume at a preset level. The maximum
volume level can be set.
For the Hotel Mode to be set active, both the Lock System and the Hotel Mode must beset to ON.
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the LOCK menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the LOCK SYSTEM option.
4 Press the OK button to display the ENTER PASSWORD dialogue.
5 Enter the correct four digit code using the number pad on the remote control.
With the correct code entered the display will return to the LOCK menu.
6 Press the OK button to switch the setting between ON or OFF.
7 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Hotel Mode option.
8 Press the OK button to display the Hotel Mode menu.
All setting on the Hotel Mode menu are greyed out when the Hotel Mode is set to OFF.
9 Press the OK button to toggle the Hotel Mode ON or OFF.
Source Lock
When a source (input) has been set to ON (locked), the source will no longer appear on the source
list, preventing access to that input.
When the source has been set to OFF, the source can be accessed from the source list.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Source Lock option.
2 Press the OK button to display the Source Lock Menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Source to be locked.
4 Press the OK button to toggle the setting between ON or OFF. Set to ON to lock.
4a Repeat instructions 3 & 4 to lock all required sources.
5 Press the MENU button to return to the Hotel Mode menu.
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Default Source
The TileVision can be configured so that at switch on, the TileVision will always select a preferred
source. If DTV is selected as the default source a preferred TV Programme or radio station can be
set.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Default Source option.
2 Press the OK button to display the Default Source Menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the preferred default Source.
Select OFF if no default source is required.
4 Press the OK button to set the default source and return to the Hotel Mode menu.
5 Press the MENU button to return to the Hotel Mode menu without selecting a default source.
DTV Channel Type
If DTV is selected as the default source a preferred TV Programme or radio station can be set.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the DTV Channel Type option.
2 Press the OK button to display the DTV Channel Type Menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight either DTV or Radio.
4 Press the OK button to set the channel type and return to the Hotel Mode menu.
5 Press the MENU button to return to the Hotel Mode menu without making a selection.
Default Programme
If DTV is selected as the default source a preferred TV Programme or radio station can be set.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Default Programme option.
2 Press the 34 buttons to set the preferred programme number.
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Maximum Volume
The maximum volume level can be set.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Max Volume option.
2 Press the 34 buttons to set the Maximum Volume.
3 Press the MENU button to return to the Hotel Mode menu.
Default Volume
The default on level for the volume can be set from 0 to maximum volume. The default on level
can not be set higher than the set maximum level.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Default Volume option.
2 Press the 34 buttons to set the Default Volume.
3 Press the MENU button to return to the Hotel Mode menu.
Clear Lock
Clear Lock will reset all the Hotel Mode setting back to the default settings.
1 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the Clear Lock option.
2 Press the OK button
3 Press the EXIT button to exit the Hotel Mode menu.
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DTV Text
To access DTV Text press the TEXT or RED button depending on the programme’s broadcaster. A small
banner 'loading…' will be displayed on screen. After a few seconds the broadcaster’s menu will appear,
either overlaying part of the current programme:
Channel Logo
Item one
Item two
Item three
Item four
Item five
Item six
Item seven
INDEX
Latest news item:
Typical
overlay
example
To e xit, press TEXT
or with the current programme in a smaller window next to the text menus and instructions:
Channel Logo
Home
Latest news item
:
adveretising banner
HOME
HELP
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
Item
one
two
three
four
five
six
seven
eight
nine
SHORTCUTS
300
150
200
170
110
800
160
850
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Typical
inset
example
MENU
Use the 56 buttons (or in some cases the 34 buttons) to navigate the menus and the OK button to
select items. Use the RED, GREEN, YELLOW and BLUE buttons to access shortcuts, help and additional
menus etc., as shown on screen.
To exit DTV Text press the TEXT, the EXIT button or change channel.
All DTV Text navigation uses the 5634, Colour and 0–9 number buttons, all functions are available
with the TileVision® splashproof remote control.
Some broadcasters show a red on-screen prompt
when DTV Text is available.
To remove the prompt from the screen press the
Green button.
DTV Text is not available immediately after
changing channel as it takes a few seconds for
the TileVision® to receive the data from the
broadcaster.
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ATV Teletext
Functions of Teletext
Part
A
B
C
D
E
F
Display Contents
Selected page number.
Broadcast Station identity.
Current page number or searching status.
Date and time.
Text information.
FastText information.
Red, Green, Yellow, Blue
A
B
C
D
E
F
Switching Teletext On
1 Press the TEXT button once to view the Teletext pages.
2 Use the 0-9 number buttons and the RED, GREEN, YELLOW and BLUE FastText buttons to
navigate the text pages.
3 Press the TEXT button again to switch to mix mode with the text overlaying the TV picture.
Press the TEXT button again to switch Teletext off and return to normal viewing.
Teletext (TT) Language
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the TT Language option.
4 Press the OK button to open the TT Language menu.
5 Press the 56 buttons to select the preferred language.
6 Press the OK button to set the selection.
7 Press the EXIT button to close the TT Language menu.
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Digital Media Player
A USB memory stick (flash drive) must be installed.
1 Select the source input as Media, see page 24.
2 Press the 34 buttons to highlight the media, Photo, Music, Movie or Text.
3 Press the OK button.
4 Press the OK button to select the USB memory stick.
5 Press the 3456 buttons to select the required item.
6 Press the OK button
6a Repeat the sequence 5 and 6 until the required content is displayed.
Pressing the OK button will display the item.
If the OK button is pressed during play back the play back control bar is displayed.
The play back control bar will clear in a few seconds.
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Reset (Restore Default)
There is normally no need to restore factory settings. It can however, be useful to restore factory settings as an
easy way of clearing such restrictions as blocked, skipped channels and personal settings, etc.
The default factory settings can be restored as follows:
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the RESET option.
4 Press the OK button to display the WARNING menu.
5 Press the 3 button to select YES and restore all setting.
5a Press the 4 button to select NO and return to the OPTION menu.
Restore default does not:
Restore the password to the original default code of 0000.
Set the LOCK to off.
Remove the age restriction set with parental guidance.
First Time Installation
1 Press the MENU button.
2 Press the 34 buttons to display the SETUP menu.
3 Press the 56 buttons to highlight the First Time Installation option.
4 Press the OK button to proceed with the First Time Installation process.
5 Press the 34 buttons to select the required language.
6 Press the 6 button to highlight Country.
7 Press the 34 buttons to select the required Country.
8 Press the OK button to begin tuning.
On completion of tuning if DTV has been tuned the Target Region Setting menu will be displayed.
8a Press the 34 select the required Country Code, Primary Region, Secondary Region and Tertiary Region.
8b Press the OK button to confirm selection and step down to the next option.
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8c Repeat 8a & 8b.
Learning Remote Control
The remote control is designed to allow the user to control up to three different devices by using the
TV, SAT and DVD buttons to select which device is to be controlled.
The remote control is preprogrammed with a library of codes covering all major device brands. The
full code lists for televisions, satellite receivers, DVD recorders/players and CBLs are available for
download from the www.tilevision.tv web site.
The remote control also has the facility to directly learn remote control codes from other infrared
remote controls. This allows the remote control to learn up to 41 functions for each chosen device.
The remote control can be used in replace of the Sky™ satellite receiver remote control. Enabling
control of both the Sky™ satellite receiver and the TileVision from a single remote control.
Remote Control - How to Control a Device
Press and release the device button: TileVision® (TV), satellite receiver (SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) that
you wish to control. Press the function button you require. The LEDs will light to confirm that a signal is being
sent and which device is being controlled.
To select a different device to control, press and release the device button: TileVision® (TV) satellite receiver
(SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) that you wish to control. Press the function button you require. The LEDs
will light to confirm that a signal is being sent and which device is being controlled.
TileVision® Codes
The TileVision® learning remote control is supplied with the TV device button set to the TileVision® TV/22/FR2
model remote control codes. If these remote control codes are accidentally erased, the three digit code for the
TileVision® is 368.
Entering a Brand Code
The remote control is preprogrammed with a library of codes covering all major device brands.
The full code lists for satellite receivers, DVD recorders/players and VCRs are available for
download from the TileVision® website www.tilevision.tv.
1 Locate the three digit code in the brand list, for the satellite receiver or DVD recorder/player that you wish
to control.
2 Press and hold down the Television (TV), satellite (SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) device button until
the red light stays on.
3 Enter the three digit code using the number buttons 0–9.
4 As each digit is entered the red light will flash once and then remain on.
5 If the three digit code is correct the red light will go out. If the three digit code is incorrect the red light will
flash twice and then remain on.
6 Press the original device button again to exit the code entry mode.
Note: If a three digit code is not entered within 15 seconds the red light will flash twice and exit code entry
mode. Entering a three digit code will delete/erase the programmed buttons for that device.
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Auto Search – All Brand Codes
1 Switch the chosen device (TV, satellite receiver, DVD recorder/player) that you wish to find the code for, to
ON. When the correct code has been found the device will switch OFF.
2 Press and hold down the TV (TV), satellite (SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) button until the red light
stays on, then release the button.
3 Press the power button once and release, this will start the auto search mode.
4 When the device switches OFF. Immediately press and release the device button that was initially selected
to save the code in the remote control.
When the red light switches off, all the codes have been tried and the auto search mode has been exited.
To exit the auto search mode before all the codes have been tried, press and release the device button that
was initially selected.
To learn which three digit code has been set to control the device see Checking/Recalling the Device Code
on page 63.
Manual Search - All Brand Codes
1 Switch the chosen device (TV, satellite receiver, DVD recorder/player) that you wish to find the code for, to
ON. When the correct code has been found the device will switch OFF.
2 Press and hold down the TV (TV), satellite (SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) button until the red light
stays on, then release the button.
3 Press PR+ or PR- once and release. Each time PR+ or PR- is pressed a code is transmitted.
To perform a fast search, press and hold down PR+ or PR- button.
When the device switches OFF, release the PR+ or PR- button.
Step 4 must be executed so that the code is saved in the remote control.
4 Press and release the device button that was initially selected to save the code in the remote control.
To learn which three digit code has been set to control the device see Checking/Recalling the Device Code
on page 63.
Entering a Sky™ Satellite Receiver Code
1 Press and hold down the satellite (SAT) device button until the red light stays on.
2 Enter the three digit code (192, 288 to 294 inclusive) using the number buttons 0–9.
3 As each digit is entered the red light will flash once and then remain on.
4 If the three digit code is correct the red light will go out. If the three digit code is incorrect the red light will
flash twice and then remain on.
5 Press the original device button again to exit the code entry mode.
6 Test the functionality of the control of the Sky™ satellite receiver.
Note: If a three digit code is not entered within 15 seconds the red light will flash twice and exit code entry mode. Entering a three digit code will delete/erase the programmed buttons for that device.
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Checking/Recalling a Device Code
To find out which three digit code is controlling any device:
1 Press and release the device button: TV (TV), satellite (SAT) or DVD recorder/player (DVD) for which you
want to find the code.
2 Press the same device button again, together with the OK button and release both buttons.
3 The red light will flash.
4 Count the number of flashes for each digit in the three digit code.
5 The red light will remain off for a short time between numbers.
6 When all three numbers have been flashed the red light will remain off.
One Flash
Two Flashes
= 1
= 2
Three Flashes = 3
Four Flashes
= 4
Six Flashes
= 6
Five Flashes
= 5
Seven Flashes = 7
Eight Flashes
= 8
Ten Flashes
= 0
Nine Flashes
= 9
For example:
Press and release the DVD recorder/player (DVD) button.
Press and release the DVD recorder/player (DVD) and OK buttons.
The remote control would then show nine flashes (9), pause, two flashes (2), pause, and one flash (1), to
confirm the three digit code of 921.
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Manually Programming a Button
High levels of ambient light such as natural sunlight or energy efficient fluorescent lights should be avoided
when manually programming the remote control.
Any button other than the device buttons TV, SAT and DVD and the SET button can be manually programmed.
1 Place the original remote control and the learning remote control roughly 10 mm apart facing ‘head-to-head’
with each other.
2 On the learning remote control press and release the required device button, TV (TV), satellite (SAT) or DVD
recorder/player (DVD) as appropriate.
3 Press and hold the SET button on the learning remote control until the red light lights and remains lit. The
remote control is now in learning mode.
If the red light does not turn on, go back to step 2 and try again.
4 On the learning remote control press and release the button that is to be programmed. The red light will
flash rapidly.
5 On the original remote control, press and hold the button that is to be learned. When the red light on the
learning remote control flashes three times and then remains lit the code has been learnt. If the
red light does not flash, repeat steps 4 and 5.
Note: If step 5 is not completed within 15 seconds the learning remote control will exit learning mode and
the light will stop flashing.
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to program other buttons.
7 Once the required buttons have been programmed press the SET button again on the learning remote
control to exit learning mode.
Deleting Programmed Buttons
1 Press and release the appropriate device button TV (TV), satellite (SAT) or
DVD recorder/player (DVD) to select which device’s programs are to be deleted.
2 Press and hold the chosen device button together with SET button until the red light flashes three times.
3 All of the programmed buttons for the chosen device have now been cleared of their programming.
Deleting programs from buttons does not delete any four digit brand code which has been entered.
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Remote Control - Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
The red light does not flash when
any button is pressed.
Replace the battery with a new type
CR2032 battery.
The red light does not flash when a
‘programmed’ button is pressed.
The button has not been programmed
or has not been programmed correctly.
Program the button.
The red light flashes when a button
is pressed but the TileVision® or
device does not respond.
Ensure that the remote control is within
three meters of, and pointed at, the
TileVision® or piece of equipment.
The remote control does not
operate a device correctly or some
commands are not working.
Try all listed codes for the device as
shown in the control code pdfs which
are available from the support section
of the TileVision® website or program
the buttons from the device’s own
remote control.
During learning the red light does
not flash three times or stays on
for a long time after pressing a
button to be learnt.
Memory is full or a bad capture has
occurred. For optimum learning, avoid
high levels of ambient light such as
natural sunlight or energy efficient
fluorescent lights. Try adjusting the
position of the remote controls before
performing the procedure again.
If the remote control fails to operate after
the battery has been installed or
replaced.
A. Gently pull forward the small battery
terminal.
C
C. Push the battery flat in to the battery
compartment, (with the positive (+)
side upwards) so that it is in contact
with both battery terminals for 5
seconds.
Remove the battery and insert the
battery at an angle, so it rests on the
battery terminal A.
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B. Gently raise up both prongs.
A
B
Refit the battery cover and wait 15
seconds before operating the remote
control.
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TileVision - Troubleshooting
The red/green LED is not lit
(Press the POWER button to check if the
green LED lights)
Check for power failure.
Make sure remote isolation switch is set to on.
Make sure the mains socket or fused spur is set to on and has
power to it.
Make sure the AC power lead is connected to the power adaptor.
If the mains supply is via a 13 A outlet check the fuse in the
mains plug.
Remote control is not working
If the IR LED on a remote control is viewed through a digital
camera, the IR LED will be seen to light when any button on
the remote control is pressed. If the IR LED does not light the
battery/batteries should be replaced.
If the IR LED is seen to light but the remote control only works
within 500 mm of the TileVision®, the battery/batteries should
be replaced.
If the batteries are replaced and the IR LED still does not light
the remote control is faulty or the battery/batteries have been
incorrectly installed.
No sound from the TileVision®
Check the volume level and that the Mute function is off.
Analogue TV – check the correct system is selected for your country. For example, in the UK the setting must be I. See
pages 30 for more information.
Sound and picture out of sync
This is usually a digital broadcast fault which clears when an
alternative channel is selected and then the original channel
selected again.
Poor DTV picture or picture breaking
up ‘blocking’
Refer to a professional aerial installer. This can be due to the
condition of the aerial, the location of the aerial, the cable
quality/length, or other equipment attenuating the signal.
Note: Even though other TVs display a good picture in the
same building it does not prove the quality of the signal
reaching the TileVision®. The only way is to try an alternative
TV on the aerial to the TileVision® or the TileVision® in a
known, good location.
A Sky™ receiver can not be controlled Refer to the installation instructions on page 12, check the LED
via the TileVision®
on the Remote-Link is lit.
If the LED on the Remote-Link is lit, check that the Sky remote
control does control the Sky receiver directly.
Check that the connections and set up of the Sky receiver, as
shown on page 12, are correct. Note the output channel of the
Sky™ receiver whilst on the RF OUTLETS page.
Perform ATV Manual Tuning as shown on page 30 and tune to
the output channel of the Sky™ receiver’s RF2 outlet. Ensure
that the TileVision® is set to PAL I.
Green LED but no picture
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If a timer recording is in progress, the LED will be lit green, but
a picture will not be displayed. On completion of the timer
recording the LED will revert back to red (standby mode).
Specifications 22" (TV/22/FR2)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Screen Size
Resolution
Type
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
Viewing Angle
Colour Depth
Response Time
Consumption
Standby
AC/DC Adaptor Model
AC/DC Adaptor 4M Lead
21.5" (547 mm) Diagonal
1920 x 1080 Full HD
TFT LCD Module with LED Backlight System
250 cd/m2
Display
5,000:1
89°/89°/89°/89° – L/R/U/D
16.7 M colours (RGB 8 bits)
16 ms
65 W max
Less than 1 watt
A7-90SC18R-V (240375)
Power
Input: 100-240 V~, 2,0 A, 50-60 Hz, Class I
, 3,75 A (90 W MAX.)
Output: 24 V
External Dimensions (W x H x D) 572 mm x 376 mm x 75 mm
590 mm x 381 mm and 75 mm
Dimensions/ Cutout/Recess Required
Mirrored Acrylic Surround
Overall size 616 mm x 420 mm (1.5 mm deep, 30 mm wide)
Weight
Total Weight including Back Box 16.5 Kg
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Specifications
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Digital TV
Analogue TV
Channels
Output
Audio
Features
Aerial Input
HDMI
Component (Y,Pb,Pr)
SCART
PC RGB (D-sub) Format
PC RGB (D-sub) Colour
Connectivity Composite (CVBS)
Common Interface Port
L+R Audio Input
PC Audio Input
Headphone Out
Speaker
RS-232
Sky™ IR Link
Control
RJ12
3.5mm IR In
3.5mm IR Out
Loudspeaker
Speaker External Dimensions
Loudspeaker Speaker Cutout Required
Speaker Depth
Splashproof Remote Control
Remote Control Holder
Standard Remote Control
Stainless Steel Back Box
Mains Power Cord
Accessories AC/DC Adaptor
AC / DC Adaptor Dimensions
Speaker Cable
Installation and Operating
Instructions
Tuner/
Reception
Multi- Language OSD
Auto Tuning
Manual Tune
Programme Edit
Favourites List
Convenience EPG
Features
Picture Mode
Sound Mode
Aspect Ratio Control (ARC)
AVL
Subtitles
Digital Text
Analogue Teletext
Volume Limit
Input Selection
Hotel Mode Input Priority
Menu Button Disabled
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DVB-T (MHEG-5) MPEG-2, H.264/MPEG-4
PAL-BG, I, DK/SECAM-BG, DK, L
DTV 600, ATV 100
8 W + 8 W @ 8Ω
Surround Sound, Treble and Bass Controls
75 ohm coaxial
3 x HDMI Ports 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Full Scart
Up to 1920 x 1080 @ 60HZ
16 Bit, 24 Bit, 32 Bit
1.0Vp-p +/-5%
Additional channels via CAM/Smartcard
For Component and Composite (CVBS) Audio Input
1 x Stereo Jack Socket for PC Audio Input
Headphone
Clip Terminals LEFT +/- and RIGHT +/Receives RS232 Control Codes from Home Automation/Hotel Systems
Control of a Sky Box via the TileVision® IR receiver and Aerial cable
Command code in and out
For connection to external IR receiver
For connection to external IR emitter
6.5" Single Stereo, Flush Mount, 8 ohm, Water Resistant
240 mm Ø x 95 mm deep
208 mm Ø
79 mm
Universal Learning, Full Function, complete with battery
Wall/Tile mount, clear plastic with gel adhesive strip
Complete with batteries
Adjustable brackets to allow precise installation flush with tiles/wall
UK
Complete with detachable 4 meter cord
140mm x 65mm x 40mm depth (excluding connecting cables)
4.5 meter, 4 core, colour coded
Book
Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español, Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands,
Polski, Portugês, Slovenščina.
DTV and ATV
DTV and ATV
Allows programmes to be deleted, skipped, or selected as favourites
Favourite channels can be stored and accessed in a favourites list
8 day Electronic Programme Guide
Standard, Mild, Dynamic, User
Standard, Music, Movie, Sports, User
Auto, Zoom 1, Zoom 2, 16:9, 4:3
Auto Volume Leveller
Switchable, as available from the broadcaster
MHEG 5 – Interactive text via the red button
TOP/FLOF
Set maximum volume limit
Selects which Inputs will be available on the Input Menu
Selects which Input will be the default when the TileVision® is turned on
Menu button can be disabled to prevent access to menus by hotel guest
TileVision is a Registered Trademark ®2001
TileVision is manufactured in the UK by:
Porter Lancastrian Limited
Lower Healey Business Park
Froom Street
Chorley
Lancashire
PR6 9AR
UK
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Recess Dimensions
22"
TileVision
590mm x 381mm x 75mm depth
from the front face of the tiles.
Speaker Dimensions
External Dimensions
240 mm Ø x 95 mm deep
Cutout Required
208 mm Ø
Speaker Depth
79 mm
Power Supply Dimensions
140mm x 65mm x 40mm depth
excluding connecting cables.
PORTER L ANC ASTRIAN LIMITED
www.tilevision.tv
22" FR2 Tilevision® Operating Instructions – April 2014 – Part No. TVS/00581/04 Ed 1.0
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