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DVB-T FT A10
DIGITAL TERRESTRIAL RECEIVER
MANUAL
E N G L I S H
IMPOR TANT-SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a damp cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings.Install in accordance with the
manufacturer=s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,refrigerators,stoves,or other
apparatus(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type plug.A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong.The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety.
When the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particular ly at plugs,convenience receptacles,and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.
11.Use only the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with a cart,stand,tripod, backer, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-cover.
13.Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long period of time.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel, Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, for example power supply
cord or plug is damaged,exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
dropped.
15.Safety Check-up
On completion of any service or repairs to this product,ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operation condition.
16. Wet Location Marking
“This apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases,shall be placed on the apparatus”
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage”within the products enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to consititute a risk of electric shock to a person.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the product.
“TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE”
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CONTENTS
Important safety Instructions
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1.Before You Begin
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1.1 Main Features
1.2 Accessories
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2.Controls and Functions
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2.1 Front Panel
2.2 Rear Panel
2.3 Remote Control Unit
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3.Connections
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4.Settings and Operations
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4.1 Installation Wizard
4.2 Basic Settings
4.3 Edit
4.4 Setup
4.5 Tools
4.6 Hot keys
4.7 Teletext
Menu Map
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Additional Information
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A.1 Trouble Shooting
A.2 Technical Specifications
A.3 Glossary of Terms
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1.1 MAIN FEATURES
Easy Graphic MENU Interface
RS232C Port for Updating Control Software and Additional Service
Multi-language Function
Last channel Memor y
256 Color Graphic User Interface
Front Panel Buttons & IR Remote Control User Interface
Editing Functions (TV or Radio, Group, Channel Name, Sort)
EPG for On Screen Channel Information
1.2 ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Unit
User=s Manual
Batteries(AAA)
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
2.1 FRONT PANEL
1. Power Button
Turns the receiver On/Off.
2. Remote Sensor
Detects infrared signal from Remote Control Unit.
3. Display (4-digit/7-Segment)
The 4-digit displays channel information. In STANDBY mode, the 7-segment displays local
time.
4.Up/Down Button
Changes channels in the No-menu State and moves the cursor up/down in the Menu state.
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2.2 REAR PANEL
1.Antenna Out
Connect to other STB to TV.
2.Antenna In
Connect to Terrestrial ANT.
3. SCART TV,VCR
Connect TV/VCR of TV/VCR to TV/VCR with SCART cables.
4.RS-232C
Connect a PC . RS-232C transfers data to a personal computer (BAUD. rate 115200)
5. AUDIO
This audio sockets provide stereo audio output.
6.Electric Inlet Lead
100~240V AC(Auto-selectable), 50~60Hz+/-5%.
Make sure to check the power specification
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2.3 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (RCU)
You can start the receiver, operate on-screen menu, and use a variety of key function.
1. STANDBY
Turns the receiver On/Off.
2. MUTE
Mutes audio output.
3.LEFT/RIGHT (
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)
1. If you press Left/Right button while watching
channel, you can adjust Volume level.
2. If you press Left/Right button on the menu
status you can move to Left/Right side .
4. UP/DOWN ( s
/
)
Changes channels in the No-menu state and
moves up/down in the Menu state.
5.OK
Confirms the choice with the highlighted menu
item.
When you press the OK button watching TV
or listening to Radio, the channel list will
appear.
If you press the EXIT button on the final menu
state,
you can move to the previous menu.
6.MENU
Shows the Main menu in No-menu and the TV-Radio program screen in the Menu state.
7. EXIT
Exits from the present menu and moves to the previous menu.
8.NUMERIC KEYS (0-9)
Control the numerical operation and especially change channels directly.
9. EPG
Display the TV/Radio Program Guide.
10.GROUP
Make favorite group by satellite,TV, Radio and by your Choice .
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11.CH s
/ CH
Select CH.
12.Pg s / Pg
Move Up/Down a page in the channel list.
13.VOL s
/ VOL
Adjust volume level.
14.INFO
Shows the information of the current program.If you press the INFO button,the channel
info box will be shown continuously even though the preset time for channel info box
elapsed. If you press the INFO or EXIT button again,the channel info box will be
disappeared.
15.STB/TV
Select TV Mode and Set-Top-Box mode.
16.UHF (g
Optional)
Sets UHF Menu.
17. AUDIO
Select Audio Mode as Stereo, Left or Right and Audio Language .
18. PAUSE
To pause the Video Screen.
19. RECALL
If you press recall button,previous Channel will be shown.
20.TEXT
Pressing the TEXT button will open a Teletext page.
21. SUBT
Displays “Sub-Title”.
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CONNECTIONS
The following figure shows cable connections required for terrestrial Ant,TV and etc. As
many different equipment configurations are possible. If you need any assistance for specific
equipment connection,please contact your local distributor.
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SETTINGS AND OPERATIONS
4.1 INSTALLATION WIZARD (FIRST TIME INSTALLATION)
Turn on your TV and receiver.
If it is the first time to use a receiver, you should set parameters for system configuration.
Press the MENU button. Refer to the following section for detailed information about
system configuration
1. Language Setting
Choose your preferable language.
2.Automatic Search
If you press OK on search start menu,the receiver start searching channels.
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3.Time Setting
Enter your local time .
How to use the icon
1.Search Channel
2.Edit
3.Setup
4. Tools
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4.2 BASIC SETTINGS
1. Search Channel
In order to install the receiver properly you have to perform Basic Settings.
When you have finished the setup procedure, you can watchTV or listen to Radio.
During the basic settings, a short information is displayed at the bottom of the menu
screen.
1 Turn on your TV and receiver.
2 Press Menu button to display Search channel menu.
This mode is to get the receiver started finding channels.
1-1. Manual Search
This menu can help find particular channels. While cursor key is on search start,if you press
OK button,searching for channel will start.
<OK> : Search Start
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1-2.Automatic Search
Automatic Search is for easier search.
<OK> :Search Start
4.3 EDIT
Select Edit menu.Edit screen will be shown,as below.
1.Edit Channel
Edit channels by creating,locking,moving,and deleting.
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4.4 SETUP
This helps set additional function such as language, OSD, Output,Time , Lock control.
Language Setting
OSD setting
Output Setting
Time Setting
Lock Control
1.Language Setting
Selects language for menu,Audio and Subtitle. Select “Language setting”with /
key
and press the OK button. Select a desired language like English or others.If you press exit
key, the window will disappear.
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2.OSD Setting
Changes wanted mode such as Info bar hide-out time, Background, Sound effect, OSD
Transparency or Load default.
A.Infobar Hide-Out
1. Select “OSD Setting”with s /
key.
2.Select duration time by using the
/
Key (1Sec, 3Sec, 5Sec, 10Sec, Continue)
B. Background Color
1.Select “Background color” with s /
2. Select different kind of color by using
key .
/
key.
C. Sound Effect
1. Select “Sound Effect”with
/
key.
D. OSD Transparency
1.Select “OSD Transparency s /
key.
2.Change the transparency of OSD by
/
key.
3. Output Setting
Set suitable setting for connecting equipment such as TV, AC3 Decoder.
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Aspect ratio conversions
Here is a description of how the aspect ratio conversion will be done depending on the
selected display aspect ratio conversion mode chosen,the received stream and the user’s
television set aspect ratios.
4:3 Stream on a 4:3 TV
16:9 Stream on a 16:9 TV
whatever the mode
whatever the mode
16:9 Stream on a 4:3 TV
4:3 Stream on a 16:9 TV
Letter-box
Letter-box
pan and scan
pan and scan
combined
combined
ignore
ignore
Display black bars
Not display area of the stream
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4.Time Setting
Set time for current time, wake up time, and sleep time .
A. Current Time
1. Press
/ key to select “Current Time”
2. Input the local time by pressing number button.
B. Wakeup Timer
1. Press
/ key to select “Wakeup Timer”
2. To set Wakeup Timer in work,Select “Enable”
C.Wakeup Time
1. Press
/ key to select “Wakeup Time”
2.Enter the time when the STB will turn on.
D. Sleep Timer
1.Press
/
key to select “Sleep Timer”
2. To make Sleep Timer Work, Select “Enable”
E.Sleep Time
1.Press
/
key to select “Sleep Time”
2.Enter the time in which the STB will switch off to standby mode.
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5. Lock Control
This menu helps prevent the receiver from wrong use.
Use Age limit,menu lock,and password.
A.Age Lock
1. Press
/
key to select “Age Lock”
2. To block certain channels by viewer=s age, select “Yes” by using the
/
keys.
B.Age Limit
1.Press s /
key to select “Age Limit”
2.Enter desired age to be blocked to certain channel by
/
keys.
C. Menu Lock
1.Press s /
key to select “Menu Lock”
2. To restrict entry to certain menu for securing program settings or installation.
3. Select “Yes” by using the
/
Keys.
D. Current Password
1. Press s /
key to select “Current Password”
2. Enter current password by pressing number.
E. New Password
1.Press s /
key to select “New Password”
2. Enter 4 digit number, which you want as new password after entering the current one.
F. Confirm Password
1.Press s /
key to select “Confirm Password”
2.To Confirm the new password,input same password.
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4.5 TOOLS
This menu helps see information of receiver and make FACTORY SETTING on receiver.
1. Information
Shows H/W, S/W and DB version.
2.Signal Level
Shows signal strength and quality.
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3.Factory Setting
This menu helps receiver make the state of first-time usage.
4.Game
You can play games Tetris or Block Out.
4.6 HOT KEY S
This section explains the general information while watching TV or listening to Radio.
1.“INFO” Key
Whenever you change the channel(or volume) by pressing the CH£+/CH-(
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program information window will appear for a few seconds.You can also select how long the
information will be shown in the tools menu.
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2.“OK” Key
While watching TV or listening to Radio you can get the channel list by pressing the
OK button on the remote control.
The Channel list can be sorted by name, free channel,and date.
And if you want to return to the previous mode, press EXIT button.
3.“GROUP” Key (favorite key)
This key helps to make up 20 favorite groups including “TV”,“Radio”,“Data” and groups .
Buttons on remote control
“Red”:Sort by name
“Green”: Sort by date
“Yellow”:Sort by FTA
“Blue”:Undo
Select certain Group and channel
Move Group and channel list
CH+,CH- : Change Channel
VOL+,VOL- : Change Volume
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,
Attention
If you want to create new group list,go to edit channel by menu button.
Press red button on remote control to create new group list.
4. Program Guide (EPG)
Press EPG button on the remote control, you can get the TV Program guide.
It is possible only if the broadcaster supplies the service.
Left/Right : Group mode
Up/Down : Channel mode
Ch+/Ch-: Channel mode
OK : EPG Schedule view
Vol+/Vol- : Volume mode
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5.Audio Information
Select “AUDIO” button to change audio Stereo, Mono, Left,Right
Press the “AUDIO” button on the remote control, you can select the Audio language and
Mode. The Language Information window shows the input audio language and you can select
the Audio language. Press the Up/down button to move to another item.
4.7 TELETEXT
Pressing the TEXT button will open a Teletext page (If Teletext is transmitted).
Select Teletext pages with the numeric buttons on the remote control.
s
/
will show the next or previous Teletext page.
Press EXIT or TEXT to return to TV/Radio mode.
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MENU MAP
Search Channel
Manual Search
Frequency
Network Search
FTA Only
Search Star t
Automatic Search
Edit
Edit Channel
Setup
Language setting
OSD setting
Output setting
Time setting
Lock Control
Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle
Subtitle Language
Infobar Hide-Out
Background
Sound Effect
OSD Transparency
Load Default
Video Output
Audio Output
Screen Mode
Conversions
Dolby Sound
TV Type
Current time
Wakeup timer
Wakeup time
Sleep timer
Sleep time
Tools
Information
Signal level
Factory setting
Game
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Age Lock
Age Limit
Menu Lock
Current Password
New Password
Confirm Password
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONS
A.1 TROUBLE SHOOTING
There may be various reasons for the abnormal operation of the receiver.
Check the receiver according to the procedures shown below.
If the receiver does not work properly after checking it,please contact the
dealer. Don’t open the receiver. It may cause a dangerous situation.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
The display on front
panel does not light
up.
The power cord is not
plugged in.
Check whether the power cord is
plugged into the wall outlet.
Wrong connection of the
Audio/Video output of the
receiver to TV.
Connect the Audio/Video output of
the receiver to TV correctly.
Wrong connection of the
satellite antenna.
Connect the antenna cable correctly.
No or Bad signal message
appears.
Check other device connected
between ANT and the receiver, or
adjust the antenna position.
Audio muting.
Press the mute button.
TV power off.
Turn TV on.
The receiver can’t receive
the signal.
Check the antenna cable , replace the
cable, or connect the cable to the
receiver tightly.
Incorrect values of some
tuner parameters.
Set the values of tuner parameters
correctly in the Installation menu.
The batteries in the
remote control are not
properly inserted or
exhausted.
Check whether the batteries are
inserted correctly in your remote
control.
No picture or sound
No picture
The remote control
does not work
Check the batteries,and if they are
exhausted, replace them.
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A.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.Tuner & Demodulator
RF input Connector
RF output connector
RF Frequency Range
Input Impedance
Input Signal Level
IF Frequency
IF bandwidth
Demodulation
IEC type, Female
IEC type, Male
47MHz to 862MHz`
75Ω Unbalanced
-78 dBm to -20dBm
36.167 MHz
7/8MHz
COFDM
2.A/V Decoding
Transport Stream
Profile Level
Input Rate
Aspect Ratio
Video Resolution
Audio Decoding
Audio Mode
Sampling Rate
Graphic Engine
MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818Transport Stream Specification
MPEG-2 MP@ML
Max,60 Mbit/s
4:3,16:9 (Letter Box)
720 x 576
MPEG Layer 1 & 11
Single Channel / Dual Channel - Joint Stereo / Stereo
32,44.1 & 48 KHz
3-OSD Plane 1-Background Plane / 256 Full Color
3.Main system
CPU
Flash Memory
Graphic SDRAM
System Memor y
STi 5518
2 Mbytes
4 Mbytes
4 Mbytes
4.A/V Data In/Out
TV SCART
VCR SCART
AUDIO R/L
RS-232C
Video Output (CVBS,RGB)
Audio Output
Video Output (CVBS)
Video Input (CVBS,RGB)
Audio Output
RCA/Cinch Volume & Mute Control
Transfer Rate 115.2 Kbps
9 Pin D-sub type
5. Power Supply
Input Voltage
Type
Power Consumption
100 to 240 VAC, 50Hz/60Hz
SMPS
Max.35W
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6.Environment
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
+5°C ~ +50°C
-40°C ~ +65°C
7. Physical Specification
Size (W x D x H)
Weight (Net)
300 x 213 x 37mm
1.2kg
A.3 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
EPG
Electronic Program Guide . A software that enables viewers to navigate easily among the large
number of channels provided by digital technology, in order to select the service they desire.
PIN/number
Personal Identification Number. A four digit code that is used for locking/unlocking e.g.with
the parental control feature .
Parental control
A feature that allows parents to lock programs that they consider unsuitable for children. A
locked channel or program can only be unlocked with the password.
RS-232C
Serial data port.
Set-Top Box (STB)
A set-top box is a device that enables a television set to receive and decode digital television
broadcasts (Satellite or Terrestrial or Cable).
Note:Set-top boxes are also called receivers.
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