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TABLE
OF CONTENTS
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
About this appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Assigning the radio transmitter and receiver . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connecting the transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Via SCART connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
No SCART connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Infrared extender (for remote controls) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connecting the mains adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Selecting a channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting the transmitter to a computer . . 19
Connecting the receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connecting via a DIN AV cinch cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connecting via the SCART adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Connection using an aerial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Interposing a device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connecting the mains adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Selecting a channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Selecting the source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Setting channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please read these instructions carefully before
using the system and note the warnings in the
operating instructions.
• Always keep the operating instructions close
to hand. If you sell the appliance or give it away,
please ensure that you also pass on these
instructions.
• Never allow children to use electrical
appliances unattended.
Environmental requirements
• Protect the device from moisture and heat.
• Avoid placing the devices in poorly ventilated areas (such
as between shelves or where curtains or furniture can block
the vents).
• Do not allow foreign bodies or liquids to get into the device.
Do not expose the devices to water. Do not place objects
that are filled with water, such as vases, on the device.
• Naked flames such as lit candles must not be placed on the
devices.
• The rubber feet on the devices may leave marks on
furniture surfaces. Place the devices on a suitable underlay
if necessary.
Proper use
Your radio transmission system is used for transmitting audio
and video signals wirelessly. Never use the system for any
other purpose. The system transmits signals from an audio /
video source to any other system that processes the audio /
video signals.
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Power connection
• Connect the mains adapters to easily
accessible 230V ~ 50Hz power sockets only.
• Use only the mains adapters supplied.
• Never try to connect the mains adapters to
other connectors as this may damage the
devices.
• Unplug the device if you will be away for a
long period of time.
Faults
• Remove the mains adapter(s) from the power socket
immediately if the mains adapter, the connection cable or
the devices are damaged.
• If the appliance is not going to be used for long periods,
remove the plug from the mains socket.
• Never try to open and/or repair the devices yourself.
• Contact our service centre or qualified personnel.
Health Issues
The low transmitting power of the devices eliminates any
danger to health according to the current state of research
and technology.
Cleaning and care
• Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the devices.
• Never use cleaning solutions that could damage the
surface of the devices. Never spray cleaning fluids directly
onto the devices.
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Disposal
At the end of its life ensure that the device is
disposed of in an environmentally appropriate
manner. This may be a local collection point for
old devices. Seek the advice of your local
management site about the on-site possibilities
for disposing of waste.
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CONTROLS
Transmitter
1. On/off switch
2. Audio/video
Transmitter aerial
3. Aerial 433 MHz
4. Channel switch
5. Input for infrared
extender
6. AV cinch input
(source 2)
7. Switch source 1/2
8. AV-DIN input
(source 1)
8. AV-DIN output
10. DC input
6V
300 mA
Receiver
1. On/off switch
2. Audio/video
Receiver aerial
3. Aerial 433 MHz
4. Channel switch
5. TO TV: 75 Ohm
Aerial output
6. AV-DIN output
7. Switch source 1/2
(hold down for 10
seconds)
8. DC input
6V
300mA
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ABOUT
THIS APPLIANCE
Your radio transmission system transmits signals wirelessly
from an audio/video source to another audio/video device.
Typically, the radio signals are sent from a source with an
aerial (e.g. a SAT receiver) to another device without an aerial
(e.g. a different TV in the building) so that the first device's
aerial can be used for the second device.
Audio/video source
remote control
You can use the source remote
control to control this device via the
receiver. Your system will work over
distances of up to approximately
100m outdoors and approximately
30m indoors. The range also depends
on the nature of the wall and ceiling
materials.
It is also possible to connect the radio
transmission system to a PC, for
instance to transmit digital
presentations onto a TV.
Possible signal transmitters and receivers
Typically, the system may be used to transfer the television
reception from a satellite receiver, as the source, to another
television in your house. Other audio/video sources can be a
DVD recorder, a video recorder or a television, a settop box
for PayTV or even a PC card. The device connected to the
receiver may be, for example, a television or an amplifier.
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Assigning the radio transmitter and
receiver
The transmitter in the radio transmission system is
connected to the audio/video source and the receiver is
connected to a television or video recorder. The three-core
AV cinch cable or the SCART adapter is used to connect the
three types of signal – video, audio right and audio left – to
the system.
Controlling the audio/video source remotely
You can use the audio/video source remote control to
control these devices from the point where the receiver is
located. The infrared signals are converted and transmitted
as radio signals. The transmitter converts the radio signals
back into an infrared signal. The three infrared transmitters in
the infrared extender then send these signals on to the
relevant devices.
Scart or Cinch
If the audio/video source has a SCART connection, use the
SCART adapter for the transmitter. If the device connected
to the receiver has a SCART connection use the SCART
adapter for the receiver.
If the device connected to the receiver does not have a
SCART connection, use the DIN-AV cinch cable or a 75 Ohm
aerial cable.
If the audio/video source has a 3.5mm audio output use the
audio adapter supplied.
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Range
Audio and video signals are transmitted in the 2.4GHz range.
The range is approx. 100m in the open air and approx. 30m
inside. The range may be less depending on environmental
conditions.
Example use
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SCOPE
OF DELIVERY
Remove all packing materials.
When unpacking, ensure that the following parts are
included:
• Transmitter
• 1x mains adapter for the transmitter 6 V
300 mA
• Receiver
• 1x mains adapter for the receiver 6 V
300 mA
Cables supplied
• 1 infrared extender with three external IR transmitters
• 1x SCART adapter for the transmitter
• 1x SCART adapter for the receiver
• 1x DIN SCART cable for the A/V input "source device 1"
• 1x DIN SCART cable for the A/V output "TV"
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• 1x audio adapter 3.5mm stereo jack to cinch socket
• 1x AV cinch cable
• 1x DIN AV cinch cable
Packaging
The radio transmission system is packaged to
protect it against transportation damage.
Packaging is raw material and can be re-used or
added to the recycling system.
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CONNECTING
THE TRANSMITTER
Setting up
• Place the transmitter on a sturdy surface.
• Align the flat side of the transmitter aerial with the receiver.
The transmitter is connected to an audio/video source. This
can be a SAT receiver, a video recorder, a DVD player, a
television or even a graphics card (see below).
Via SCART connection
If the audio/video source has a SCART connection, connect
the DIN SCART cable for the A/V input (supplied) to this
device's SCART output, and the A/V input to the transmitter.
No SCART connection
If the audio/video source has no SCART connection, connect
the AV cinch cable (supplied) to this device's A/V cinch
output, and the AV cinch input to the transmitter.
• Connect the three plugs at the other end of the AV cinch
cable to the connectors with corresponding colours on the
transmitter.
• The yellow plug is for a video connection, the red one is for
audio right, and the white one is for audio left.
• If you want to transmit sound signals only, connect the
audio plugs only.
• If you want to connect the transmitter to a 3.5mm audio
jack on an audio/video source, use the audio adapter and
connect it to the audio plugs on the AV cable.
• To send the video signal on to a TV set positioned where
the transmitter has been set up, connect the DIN SCART
cable for the A/V output to the SCART input on the TV.
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Example of transmitter setup
The following diagram shows a typical arrangement with a
satellite receiver and a TV on the transmitter side:
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Infrared extender (for remote controls)
You have to connect the infrared extender if you want to be
able to use the remote control from where the receiver is
positioned.
• Connect the plug on the infrared extender to the IR-EXT
socket on the transmitter (see diagram on previous page).
• Remove the paper backing from the sticky surface of one
of the three IR transmitters and stick the IR transmitter onto
the audio/video source so that it is aligned with the infrared
receiver on this device. The top of the diode should be
approx. 1 cm away from the infrared receiver (see diagram
below).
Using more than one device
As the infrared extender has three IR transmitters, you can
simultaneously operate more than one device remotely from
the receiver. For example, you can use the video recorder as
well as the DVD player in another room.
• Attach an IR transmitter as described above to each device
that you want to use in another location.
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Source 1 and source 2
You can now use the SOURCE 1/2 switch on the transmitter
to choose which signal is transmitted to the TV connected to
the A/V output.
• If you have connected the device to the transmitter's A/V
input, the device is defined as Source 1, whereas it will be
Source 2 if connected to the transmitter's AV cinch input.
You can also connect a second device to the transmitter that
can send signals from this device to the receiver and control
this device remotely from there.
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Example of transmitter setup with two devices
The following diagram shows a typical arrangement with a
satellite receiver, a TV and a DVD player on the transmitter
side:
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Connecting the mains adapter
• Connect the mains adapter to the 6V socket (DC 6 V) on the
transmitter.
• Remove the protective cover and insert the mains adapter
into the socket (230V ~ 50Hz).
• Set the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. The red
operating LED will light up.
• Open up the transmitter aerial and align it with the receiver.
Selecting a channel
• Use the channel switch at the bottom of the device to select
a channel (A/B/C/D) to which the signal is to be sent.
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CONNECTING
THE TRANSMITTER TO
A COMPUTER
You can also connect the transmitter to a computer in order
to transmit computer output to a television, for example.
It does not usually make sense to transmit computer output to
a TV for running computer applications, since the TV’s screen
display is not usually good enough to display the higher
resolution computer image.
If you want to show videos or presentations, however,
displaying them via the TV is highly recommended.
The following requirements have to be fulfilled:
• Your computer has a video output that provides video
images suitable for a TV.
• The operating system and the drivers for your graphics
card support video output.
How to proceed
Output via video output is activated differently depending on
your operating system and graphics card. As there are
numerous combinations of these, we can only provide
general instructions here. Please check the operating
instructions for your computer or graphics card to see how
you can divert the image to video output.
The following example requires a PC running the Windows®
98 operating system or above.
• Close all programs and switch off your computer.
• Refer to the operating instructions for your PC and follow
the instructions for using video output.
• Connect the yellow plug on the AV cinch cable to the
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graphics card’s video output. If your graphics card does
not have a cinch output, use a suitable adapter (optional
accessory).
• Connect the red and white plugs on the AV cinch cable to
your PC’s audio output. PCs usually have 3.5mm stereo
jacks, so you can use the adapter supplied.
• Now connect the free end of the AV cinch cable to the
corresponding coloured connectors on the transmitting
station.
• Now switch on the transmitting station, the receiving
station and your TV, and choose the appropriate video
channel on your TV.
• Start your PC and wait until the operating system has fully
loaded.
• Click once on the Desktop with your right mouse button
and choose ”Properties” to display the ”Display
Properties”:
• Now click on ”Settings” to configure your PC’s output.
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Various graphics cards can differ enormously here.
You should therefore check the relevant operating
instructions to see how you should proceed. You can usually
use the F1 key to call up online help, which provides you with
detailed information.
If all the settings are correct, the image from the PC will now
be displayed on the TV.
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Trademarks
MS DOS® and Windows® are registered trademarks of
Microsoft®.
Pentium® is a registered trademark of Intel®.
Limitation of liability for loss of data/consequential
losses
Backup:
To avoid loss of data you should back up all data to external
media (such as CD-R) each time you change your PC system.
MEDION AG accepts no liability for loss of data.
Functionality:
The enormous differences between operating systems and
graphics cards mean that we cannot guarantee the
functionality described in this section ("Connecting the
transmitter to a computer"). Please contact a specialist
supplier or expert.
Consequential losses:
When you connect the radio transmission system to your
computer, you must take note of the operating instructions for
your computer, the software used and additional components.
We are not liable for damages or loss of data that were caused
by incorrect or improper use.
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CONNECTING
THE RECEIVER
Setting up
• Place the receiver on a sturdy surface.
• Position the receiver so that the front with the LED
operating indicator is facing you.
• If you are using the remote control from the audio/video
source, point it towards the receiver.
• Open up the transmitter aerial and align it with the
transmitter until you have the optimal image.
There are several ways to receive the transmitter’s audio/
video signals on a different device.
Connecting via a DIN AV cinch cable
• Connect the DIN AV cinch cable to the receiver's A/V
output and the corresponding sockets on the receiving
device (e.g. the TV).
Connecting via the SCART adapter
• Connect the DIN AV cinch cable to the receiver's A/V
output and the SCART adapter for the receiver.
• Plug the SCART adapter labelled "Receiver" into the
SCART input on the receiving device (e.g. the TV).
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Connection using an aerial
If the receiving device does not have a SCART connection
nor connectors for the AV cinch cable, you can also use a 75
Ohm aerial cable. Please note that sound or vision quality
may be slightly poorer.
• Connect an aerial cable with the TO TV connector to the
receiver and the corresponding connector on the device.
• On your TV, choose channel 36 for displaying the signal or
tune the stations in on your TV.
Example of receiver setup
The diagram below shows a typical setup for the receiver and
a TV, either with the DIN AV cinch cable and SCART adapter
or with a 75 Ohm aerial cable on the receiver side.
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Interposing a device
Instead of connecting the receiver directly to the television,
you can also interpose a different audio/video device. This
could be a video recorder, for example, which you can then
connect with the receiver as already described.
Connecting the mains adapter
• Connect the mains adapter to the 6 volt connector on the
receiver.
• Plug the mains adapter into an easily accessible socket
(230V ~ 50Hz).
• Turn on the receiving device, such as the television, and
set the receiver’s ON/OFF switch to the ON position. The
red operating LED will light up.
Selecting a channel
Check that the receiver is set to the same channel (A/B/C/D)
as the transmitter.
Selecting the source
If you have connected two devices to the transmitter, you
can now use the SOURCE 1/2 switch to switch between the
receiver of the first (Source 1) and the second (Source 2)
device.
• To do this, keep the SOURCE 1/2 button at the rear of the
receiver pressed down for around 10 seconds, until the
device switches over.
• You can also press down any button on the remote control
belonging to a device that is connected to the transmitter
for 10 seconds, and it will switch devices.
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SETTING
CHANNELS
Your radio transmission system has four channels – i.e., four
different frequencies can be used.
The channel switch is on the bottom of both devices.
• Set the transmitter and receiver to the same channels.
• Test which channel (A/B/C or D) provides the best
reception.
• You can also use the four channels to operate up to four
radio transmission systems.
Note that the radio signals that are created during operation
may affect other radio systems such as a WLAN system. In
this case, switch to a different channel for transmitting the
signal.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If errors occur, check first that the system was set up
correctly. The following overview may help you:
No audio/video transmission
• Are all mains adapters plugged in?
• Are the transmitter and the receiver switched on?
• Are the channels for the transmitter and the receiver the
same?
• Is the transmission source switched on?
• Walls and ceilings can reduce the signal range.
• Check the connections to the connected devices.
Poor reception quality
• Realign the transmitter and receiver aerials.
• Change the position of the transmitter and the receiver
slightly.
• Interference can be caused by several factors, such as
radio waves from other devices.
• Other radio systems such as a WLAN system may similarly
affect radio transmissions. If possible, switch to a different
channel on the other radio system.
• Choose a different channel.
The remote control does not react
• Point the remote control directly towards the receiver.
• The infrared transmitter’s diodes should be approx. 1 cm
away from the infrared receiver of the audio/video source.
• Have you aligned your infrared diodes correctly?
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TECHNICAL
DATA
Transmitter:
Mains adapter
Input:
Output:
4 channels
Frequency range:
Connections:
Feedback channel for
remote control signal:
230V ~ 50Hz
6V
300mA
2.4000 – 2.4835GHz
2 audio cinch
1 video cinch
1 DIN output
1 DIN input
433MHz
Receiver:
Mains adapter
Input:
Output:
4 channels
Frequency range:
Connections:
230V ~ 50Hz
6V
300mA
2.4000 – 2.4835GHz
1 DIN output
1 aerial output 75 Ohm
Subject to technical changes.
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DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY
The devices comply with the European guidelines for radio
equipment and telecommunications equipment.
(R&TTE 1999/5/EG).
The following harmonized standards were used:
1. Safety:
- EN 60950
2. Electromagnetic
compatibility:
- EN 301489
- EN 300683
3. Efficient use of the radio frequency spectrum:
- EN 300220-1-3
- I-ETS 300440
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