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CONTENTS
REMOTE CONTROL ......................................... 2
FUNCTIONS OF DISPLAY AND KEYS ON THE
FRONT PANEL .................................................. 3
REAR PANEL ..................................................... 4
GENERAL PROPERTIES .................................. 5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................... 6
SATELLITE ANTENNA........................................ 7
PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL ........... 7
CONNECTION OF TV TO THE DIGITAL SETTOP BOX ........................................................... 7
CONNECTION TO THE TV ............................ 7
PUTTING INTO OPERATION ......................... 7
TUNING YOUR TV TO YOUR DIGITAL SETTOP BOX USING THE RF CABLE ................. 8
SCART SOCKETS ........................................ 8
VIDEO AND AUDIO OUTPUT SOCKETS ...... 8
RECOMMENDATIONS ................................... 8
RESET BUTTON ........................................... 8
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS ................... 9
STAND BY ...................................................... 9
RADIO/TV TOGGLE ....................................... 9
PROGRAM NUMBER ENTRY ........................ 9
PROGRAM UP/PROGRAM DOWN ............. 10
RED/GREEN BUTTON (PREVIOUS/NEXT
FAVORITE PROGRAM ................................. 10
AUDIO MODE SELECTION (SOUND LEFT,
RIGHT OR STEREO SELECTION) ............. 10
GUIDE KEY (EPG) ..................................... 11
VOLUME UP/DOWN AND MUTE ............... 11
LANGUAGE .................................................. 11
PROGRAM LIST ........................................... 11
" "/ " " AND " " / " " KEYS ..................... 11
CHANNEL NAMES ENTRY ........................... 11
RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE KEYS ........... 12
? KEY ........................................................... 12
MENU INTERFACE .......................................... 12
PROGRAM TABLE ....................................... 12
DELETE A PROGRAM ........................... 13
CHANGING ORDER ............................... 13
CHANGING PID VALUES ....................... 13
TUNING ........................................................ 13
DIGITAL TRANSPONDER ............................ 13
DIGITAL PARAMETERS ............................... 14
AUTOMATIC TUNING MENU ........................ 14
INSTALLATION MENU ................................. 15
1. LANGUAGE SETUP ............................ 15
2. LNB CONFIGURATION ....................... 15
3. FACTORY SETTINGS ........................ 16
4. OTHER SETTINGS ............................ 16
1. TV ASPECT RATIO ........................ 17
2. TV OUTPUT ................................... 17
3. MODULATOR OUTPUT ................. 17
4. TIME & DATE SETTINGS .............. 17
1. TIME : .................................................. 17
2. DATE : ................................................. 17
3. OFFSET UTC(H) : .............................. 17
5. PARENTAL LOCK .......................... 17
6. CHANGE LOCK CODE ................. 17
FEATURE MENU ......................................... 18
TIMERS MENU ............................................ 18
TELETEXT ................................................... 19
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ........................ 20
CONNECTION OF THE SAT-RECEIVER WITH
SCART CABLE ................................................ 21
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................... 22
GENERAL .................................................... 22
DIGITAL ......................................................... 22
RF MODULATOR (PLL) ............................... 22
REMOTE CONTROL ................................... 22
LNB POWER SUPPLY ................................. 22
FRONT PANEL ............................................. 23
SERIAL (RS232) ........................................... 23
SCART (TV, VCR) ........................................ 23
SCART SOCKET ......................................... 23
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REMOTE CONTROL
= Power on -Stand by
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= Cursor Up / Program Up (P+)
= Cursor Left / Volume Down (V -)
= Red Button (Fav-)
= Green Button (Fav+)
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LANG. = Multi Language
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= Audio mode selection
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MENU= Menu
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FUNCTIONS OF DISPLAY AND KEYS ON THE FRONT PANEL
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Front Panel Keys
There are eight keys available on the front panel :
POWER ON/STAND BY : It functions like the one on the remote control
TV/ RADIO : It functions like the one on the remote control
MENU : It functions like the one on the remote control
Front Panel Display
There are two LEDs plus 4-digit 7-segment LED display on the front panel:
• A 2-coloured LED for Stand By (RED) and Power on (GREEN) modes.
• A RED LED to indicate digital signal lock.
• 4-Digit 7-segment LED display which will be used to display program number (prefix “P” for TV programs
and “A” for radio programs will be used on the first digit of the 7-segment). In the stand by mode, 7-segment display will be totally disabled.
VOLUME DOWN/CURSOR LEFT : When menu is activated it functions as cursor left, otherwise
volume down
VOLUME UP/CURSOR RIGHT : When menu is activated it functions as cursor right, otherwise
volume up
PROGRAM/CURSOR DOWN : When menu is activated it functions as cursor down, otherwise
program down
PROGRAM/CURSOR UP : When menu is activated it functions as cursor up, otherwise pr +
OK : It functions like the one on the remote control
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REAR PANEL
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TV OUT RF modulator output
ANT IN terrestrial antenna input
Composite Video (CVBS) Output ( RCA socket )
Stereo outputs for connection to a hi-fi system
TV SCART for the audio-video input of the TV set
VCR SCART for a video recorder
RS232 for a PC
RESET
Satellite dish inputs (F-CONNECTOR)
Mains Lead 230V AC, 50 Hz
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GENERAL PROPERTIES
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4 Language Menu System (English, German, French, Turkish)
Favourite Channel Access
Password protection for any channel(s)
DVB Next event information
5 timers can be used either for recording or as sleep timer
Automatic search for all digital transponders in the antenna
Signal strength bar for transponders
Parental lock
Selectable audio channel on audio outputs : Stereo, left or right
3xRCA socket for Video, Audio Left & Right
Tune indicator LED
8 Front-panel keys to achive basic functions : Standby, Cursor Left/Right (Volume +/-), Cursor
Up&Down (Program +/-), Menu, OK, TV/Radio
IR Remote Control Unit
2 Scarts (TV, VCR)
One F Plug for satellite cable input (LNB1)0
LNB Control : Horizontal/Vertical polarity switching(18/13V), 0-22 KHz switching, Toneburst A/
B switching for dish selection, DiSEqC 1.01
C/Ku Band Switching
Selectable LNB Local Oscillator frequency (8 presets plus user defined)
1000 Channels TV and Radio Programs
Audio Mute
CD Quality Sound
1-Input Digtal ZIF Tuner :
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Frequency Range : 950 ~ 2150 MHz
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Input Signal Level : -25 ~ -65 dBm
DIGITAL PROPERTIES :
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Demodulation : QPSK and FEC for 2~45 Msps, SCPC/MCPC compatible
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Video : MP @ ML, PAL, 4:3/16:9
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Audio : MPEG Layer I & II, 32/44.1/48 KHz sampling frequencies, single/dual channels,
stereo & joint stereo
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OSD: 16 colors, 720x576 pixels for PAL
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Decoding : PAL
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Video Out : PAL
System switching (TV/RADIO/DECODER)
LNB power off in standby mode
LNB short circuit and overload protection by software
PLL RF Modulator output (UHF Ch. 21-69 PAL G/I/K)
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Power Source
The receiver should be operated only from an 170-250 V AC, 50 Hz outlet. Please do not open the cover by
yourself. There is high voltage in the set, which will danger your life. Please ask closest service for help.
Power Cord
The power supply cord should be placed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon them or against them. Pay particular attention to cord where they enter the plug, power outlet, and the
point where they exit from the receiver.
Choice Of Location
• Please do not place the set under direct sun light.
• The set should be placed on a solid and safe base.
• The location should not be selected as a room with high humidity, as the condensation, arising in the
kitchen for example, may cause malfunction or damage the set.
• Heating or other thermal radiations under the set also may cause malfunction or damage the set.
• The hot air, which arises during the operation should be ventilated with sufficient air circulation. Please
do not put the set into closed areas and do not cover it.
• Please avoid the contact of the set with water or humidity. Do not put into operation near bath, swimming
pools.
• Take care for a good air circulation. Do not place the set on beds, sofas, carpets or similar surface otherwise the air supply of the set though the ventilation-slot will be interrupted.
• Connect the power supply of the sat- receiver only after the installation is ready.
• The parabolic antenna has to be grounded correctly. For this you have to follow the appropriate VDE
regulations.
• The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
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 product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock of persons.
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 appliance.
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SATELLITE ANTENNA
To have an excellent function of your digital set-top box, it is necessary to install the antenna correctly. Please
avoid under all conditions to have a short circuit at the antenna cable conductors (LNB receivers). Your digital
set-top box is equipped with a LNB short-circuit protection.
PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL
First open the battery cover on the underside of the remote control. Put on both batteries 1.5Volt (R03/AAA)
referring to the imprinted symbols (+/-) in the battery case and put on the battery cover again.
While using the remote control, direct it towards the front side of the receiver. If the remote control do not
work or the chosen function could not be made, the batteries are most probably exhausted and they should
be replaced as soon as possible. Please use only the leak proof batteries. It is the best to take out the
batteries from remote unit in case you wouldn’t use the remote control unit for long time.
CONNECTION OF TV TO THE DIGITAL SET-TOP BOX
Connection to the TV
1.Connect your set-top box with a scart cable using the TV scart connector on the rear panel to your
television’s scart connector (the one with RGB input, this is usually the first scart). If you use a scart connector
which does not have RGB input, you will not achieve the high performance of your digital set-top box since
your TV will use composite video signal instead of the RGB signals. If your TV does not have scart connector,
then you may use video, audio left & right outputs on the RCA connectors, on the rear panel. If your TV set
only has a terresterial antenna input then you should use RF modulator of your set-top box. You can connect
your terrestrial antenna to the terminal of your set-top box labeled as ANT IN on the rear panel and connect
an antenna cable between the terminal labeled as TV OUT and the antenna socket of your TV.
2.Carefully plug in the connectors of the satellite antenna cables to the terminal of your set-top box labeled
as LNB1.
Putting into operation
Be sure that you put through all the cable connections. After plugging in the mains cord of the set to the mains
supply, a red light will be seen on the front panel. Then, you can turn on your digital set-top box by pressing
stand by button on remote control or keypad and you will see that the red light on the front panel will be green.
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Tuning your TV to your Digital Set-Top Box using the RF cable
Press the front panel keys labelled as “O.K” and “ ” at the same time, your digital set-top box will be switched
to RF modulator test mode, displaying “test” on the front panel. Then tune your TV to the channel on which
a test pattern is displayed (vertical black and white bars with a fixed frequency tone) and store to the program
you wish. Then press the same keys on the front panel (OK and up) to exit from test mode, now you can
watch your satellite channels.
Scart sockets
When you connect TV scart socket and VCR scart socket of your set with a scart cable, the satellite
programs will be directly fed in the TV, respectively the video receiver, as far as you have chosen the AV
channel of these sets. Then you can easily notice that the picture and sound quality will be improved better.
During the operation over the scart cable there is no special adjustment needed. If your TV set has automatic
scart switching property, it will automatically display video signal coming out from the digital set-top box.
Furthermore the DECODER scart socket may be used for decoding scrambled programs (for analog
receiver part only). So when DECODER scart is switched, video out will be decoder input and video in will
be decoder output. The output video mode is selectable from the analog transponder menu; PAL (normal),
MAC (baseband) or de-emphesized.
Your set-top box has automatic system switching property for scarts, so it will automatically switch to video
or decoder scarts when there is a switching signal on the scarts (pin 8).
Video and Audio Output Sockets (RCA type)
The audio sockets are used to connect your digital set-top box to a hi-fi set. So you can listen to the TV sound
or one of the numerous radio stations via your set or respectively record on a cassette recorder (Through
the use of Left & Right Audio outputs of the digital set-top box).
You can use composite video output on the RCA connector to connect your box to TV and VCR where scart
connection is unavailable.
Recommendations
We recommend you to use TV scart connection to get best performance from your digital set-top box
because TV scart carries RGB signals which is the best way in delivering video signal. If your TV does not
have a scart socket we recommend you to use RCA socket of your TV if it is available. If you connect your
set-top box to your TV with the above methods you must switch your TV to the related external mode (for
scart connection, TV set should automatically switch to set-top box output). If your TV has only RF input then
you should use RF modulator of your digital set-top box.
Reset Button
When your digital set-top box does not response to any remote control keys or keypad buttons, you have
to use the reset button on the rare panel of your digital set-top box to reset the system.
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REMOTE CONTROL
FUNCTIONS
(RADIO Only or TV Only)
STAND BY
When the receiver is plugged in, you see the “boot”
text on the front panel display then it goes to standby
and Front Panel standby led becomes Red. By
pressing the standby key either on the front panel or
on the RCU the receiver goes out of standby mode
and standby led becomes Green. If the device is in
standby, the normal way to get back to operation
mode is to press the standby key again, either from
the front panel or from the remote control. The
receiver then tunes immediately to the last watched
program. If the tv or radio program is scrambled you
see a message on the black screen which says
“scrambled service” as soon as cannel banner
disappeared.
PROGRAM NUMBER ENTRY
The consequence of the number of program is that
their number can use up to 3 digits. To select a
program by direct accessing:
You can input a new digit within a given time only
(three seconds). You can thus input up to three
digits. If you wait for the time out to elapse, the
entered digits are left aligned. For example if you
enter fast enough 12 and then wait, three seconds
after the last digit was entered, the receiver will tune
to program 12.
After you plug in the power cord, a few seconds is
necessary for your box to boot.
After pressing standby key, your box starts tuning to
digital transponders of which required data could not
be collected or saved and during this process you
see a message box that shows “Signal detection in
progress” message with frequencies and symbol
rates of the transponders. That’s why if you do not
want to wait long time for signal detection, you
should take your set-top-box into standby mode
before plug off so that the box can store the unsaved
data which is collected from transmission.
In stand-by mode, seven segment led display on the
front panel, works as a clock.
RADIO/TV TOGGLE
In digital as well as in analog broadcast, radio and TV
services are all mixed together. But for you it is more
convenient to have a separate Radio and TV mode.
When a new transponder is added, the RADIO
services are appended to the RADIO service list and
the TV services are appended to the TV service list.
This process is automatic for digital transmission
but is under your control for analog broadcast
because no information is available to differentiate a
radio sub carrier from a TV sub carrier. When the
RADIO/TV key is pressed either on the remote
control or on the front panel, the receiver changes
mode. Before doing so a banner is displayed to
inform you of the new mode in use. When the mode
is changed, receiver tunes to the last watched/
listened program.
When tuning is achieved, the program banner is
displayed. It shows the program number (here 12)
and the actual service name (here Discovery
Channel).
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PROGRAM UP/PROGRAM DOWN
Pressing Pr +(respectively Pr -) either on the remote
control or on the front panel will cause the receiver
to tune to the next (respectively previous) program.
If the program to which tuning is attempted has been
locked by the lock code, you must input this code. In
the event, you enter a wrong code, you can return to
the previous program or tune to the next one (By
pressing Pr+ again). If you enter a wrong code, a
banner will warn you that you could not tune to the
desired service because of the wrong code.
When tuning is achieved, the same program banner
as for direct program number keying is displayed in
a timed off banner. If the program is scrambled you
see a message on the black screen which says
“scrambled service” as soon as cannel banner
disappeared.
Each program can be selected as favorite from the
feature menu. Go on the program that you want to
mark as favorite, the press left. There is no limit to
the number of favorite programs. This just depends
on your preference. Pressing Fav- (respectively
Fav+) (red button will be Fav- and green will be
Fav+) on the remote control will cause the receiver
to tune to the next (respectively previous) favorite
program. If the program to which tuning is attempted
has been locked by the lock code, you must input this
code. In the event, you enter a wrong code, a pop-up
message will be displayed (Service not shown due
to Invalid password), you can tune to the next one
(By pressing Fav+ again). The procedure is the
same for Pr + and Pr -. When tuning is achieved, the
same program banner as for direct program number
keying is displayed in a timed off banner. If there is no
favorite program, a pop-up message banner will
warn you (No favorite program selected) about it.
AUDIO MODE SELECTION (Sound Left,
Right or Stereo Selection)
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If there is no menu on the screen, then this button will
toggle the sound mode. The mode is stereo as
default. If you want to listen to only the left or right
audio channel, you can switch sound mode from
stereo to left channel only or right channel only. (On
single sound channel modes – left or right channel
– same sound channel will be switched to both left
and right outputs.) When the mode is changed an
OSD (on the volume bar position, right corner) with
a small speaker looking to left or right or both will be
displayed.
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RED/GREEN BUTTON (PREVIOUS/NEXT
FAVORITE PROGRAM
(Fav- & Fav+)
With so many programs available, three means are
provided to help you find quickly the program you are
interested in:
• Program list
• Favorite mark for the programs
• Program table
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GUIDE KEY (EPG) PROGRAM LIST
If the GUIDE key is pressed Electronic Program
Guide screen is displayed. This screen shows the
current and next events information for the current
watched channel when available. Press menu to
exit from this screen.
With so many programs available, it becomes
impossible to remember all program numbers with
their associated name. The program list key
provides a convenient way to tune to a program from
its name. After the LIST key is pressed, the program
list is displayed. You can move on the items using
cursor up and down. Then you can select any of the
programs by pressing OK.
If the current program is analog, then only the
program information banner is shown like the one
shown when a program is tuned.
VOLUME UP/DOWN AND MUTE
When there is no menu on the screen, “ ” and “ ”
these buttons works as a volume up and down.
When “ ” or “ ” is pressed, either on the remote
control or on the front panel, a banner is displayed,
which shows graphically the present volume. By
keeping the volume key pressed, the cursor moves
on the volume scale and the sound is increased (for
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If the list does not fit within one screen, the previous/
next page can be accessed with the “Fav-/Fav+”
(Red/Green) keys (see the figure below). You move
out of the menu only if you press the Menu Key.
Menu or TV/Radio key is used to exit from this menu.
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" "/ " " AND " " / " " KEYS
When the Mute key is pressed, mute symbol is
displayed on the right side of the volume bar. The
mute symbol will stay until mute is pressed again, or
“ / ” key is pressed.
The mute symbol will always be on the screen, but
not in times of Menu Display.
LANGUAGE
The LANG. key allows selecting another sound track
of the present program when watching a digital
service. When the language key is pressed a menu
is displayed showing the number of possible audio
languages available. The customer is allowed to
navigate using " "/ " " keys and select with OK key.
These keys have different function when menu is
displayed on the screen. CURSOR UP and
CURSOR DOWN are commonly used to move on
the menu. CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT
are commonly used to change the value of the
highlighted item.
Channel Names Entry
When you are on the program list menu you can
change the channel name by pressing “?” button on
the remote control. You can enter the channel
names by pressing the numerical buttons on the
remote control. If you want to erase the letters of the
channel name you must press “0” button on the
remote control. While entering the channel names,
you can shift the cursor to the left and right by using
“ ” and “ ” buttons.
For analog channels a warning message is given for
the unavailable of multi language.
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RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE KEYS
When menu is activated you must conform the
instructions on the help strings. Press RED and
GREEN keys for tuning previous and next favorite
channel respectively. YELLOW and BLUE keys can
only be used during menu is displayed for the
mentioned functions.
MENU INTERFACE
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Pressing MENU key on the remote control or front
panel, main menu is accessed. For all of the menus
in the menu system, MENU key will be used to select
previous menu (except that, it will disable menu in the
main menu) and TV/Radio key will be used to disable
any menu and to turn back to TV or radio.
This button is used for entering the channel names
and changing the PID informations of digital
transponder.
" "/ " " are used to move up and down in the main
menu and OK key is used to enter the sub menu
selected.
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This table contains program number, type (A for
Analog and D for Digital channel) and name, it is
used to:
• Delete a program
• Move a program
• Tune to a new channel (By pressing OK key when
the channel is highlighted.)
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Delete a program
TUNING
To delete a program, highlight the program and
press Yellow key. A pop-up menu is displayed for
confirmation (Are you sure to delete?). Press OK for
deletion and menu key to cancel. If the program to
be deleted is a favorite or locked channel, it will be
indicated in the warning message. If the current
watched program is deleted the next service is
tuned. If there is only one program and it is deleted
then the screen becomes blank and the message
appears (Service List is Empty) indicating the
status.
tuning menu can be accessed from the main menu.
When selected, a list of pre-stored transponders is
displayed. From this list, you can edit settings for any
of the transponder given in the list and delete any of
the selected transponder. Also a new transponder
adding is possible to the list. In this menu you can
move and select different transponders using cursor
up and down.
Changing order
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BLUE key. A pop-up message will be displayed to get
the new position for the current highlighted program.
After entering new position, the program will be
moved to the corresponding position and all the
programs will be rearranged automatically according
to the program number. If you enter an invalid
position (greater than the last program), the channel
will be appended at the very last position and a
message will be displayed.
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Changing PID values
In program table menu, by pressing “?” button that is
on the remote control, you may change the PID
values. After pressing “?” button the new menu will
appear. In this menu there are video, audio and PCR
PID informations.
PID (Program identification) : It includes packet
addresses of video, audio.
PCR (Program clock referance) : It is in the packets
of digital transponder. It synchronizen the transmitter
and the receiver units.
These PID values are collected from digital
transmissions. If the digital channel does not
support the DVB transmission standarts you have to
enter the PID values manually.
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transponder menu is displayed to add a new
t r a n s p o n d e r. W h e n y o u p r e s s O K , d i g i ta l
transponder menu is displayed with the stored
values of the highlighted transponder to edit
transponder settings. When you press OK after
entering the values, the service is tuned after
deletion of the programs related with the previous
transponder.
When the yellow key is pressed, the selected
transponder will be deleted along with conformation
(Are you sure to delete?). If you press OK all
corresponding channels will be deleted.
DIGITAL TRANSPONDER
LNB, 22KHz and Polarization values are changed
using " " and " " keys. Symbol Rate & Frequency
are entered directly using number keys (digits). As
soon as you enter transponder frequency you see
changing of the signal strength bar at the bottom of
the menu which shows the strength of the digital
signal at that frequency. If the bar is green and more
than a half, it follows from that there is a good signal
at that frequency and you can receive that
transponder easily. If the bar is red and less than a
half, it follows from that there is a medium signal at
that frequency and if the signal has little noise you
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And if there is no bar, in other words the bar is red and
very little, it means that there is weak signal at that
frequency and you can never receive it, in such a
case you should check your transponder
parameters and LNB configurations in Install Menu.
If you leave the menu with OK, the values are stored
and new channels are added at the end of the
program list (all the TV programs appended to the
TV program list and RADIO programs are appended
to the RADIO program list) if tuning is successful. If
you leave this menu with MENU button, new tuning
will not be done and changes will be cancelled. If you
want to update the settings for a pre-stored
transponder, the previous transponder settings are
deleted along with its services and a new
transponder is added with the updated values. This
feature allows you to enter the new transponders
more easily.
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When the frequency field is highlighted, it is possible
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5) SYMBOL RATE
New symbol rate can be entered using digit keys.
The QPSK demodulator used in this receiver
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there is no need to enter Viterbi rate.
AUTOMATIC TUNING MENU
The Automatic Tuning Menu is accessed from the
main menu. You can search all digital horizontal and
vertical transponders in your antenna for maximum
three symbol rates at a time.
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on the selected LNB output. When it is off, 22 kHz
tone is disabled. When auto mode is selected,
receiver itself decides to activate or deactivate the 22
kHz tone using the frequency entered and the local
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DIGITAL PARAMETERS
1) LNB
Using " " and " " keys, you can browse the
sources you can use.
The list is automatically adapted to fit the LNB Setup.
For instance if you have selected two LNBs
connected to the tuner input via a toneburst switch,
you can select only A or B.
2) POLARIZATION
" " and " " keys allow toggling H (Horizontal) and V
(Vertical).
3) 22 kHz
You can change all values, except symbol rates, by
left or right cursor key. For changing symbol rates
you must enter symbol rates which you wish to be
searched in Ksps(Kilo symbol per second) by using
digits.
You should select your LNB configuration just like in
digital transponder menu. The programs found
during automatic tuning are added on your present
program list if you select program list as “Append”
or the present list is cleaned first then the new
programs are stored if you select “Clear”.
Since your set-top-box can decode only free-to-air
services, there is a choice in this menu to include
scrambled services in the transponders found. If you
wish to search both scrambled and free-to-air
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After changing the value, it will become effective if you
press OK. For example, after changing language, if
you press OK, immediately menu language will
change to the selected one.
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“ Tr a n s p o n d e r s ” w h i c h i n c l u d e s n u m b e r,
frequency, symbol rate and polarization of the
transponder found and maximum 7 transponders
can be displayed at a time; the other one is “TV
Radio” which includes the names of tv and radio
programs found that belong to the last xpdr found.
Since database of a transponder found is collecting
as soon as the transponder is found, you can exit
from automatic tuning by Menu key.
At the end of the search it tunes to first channel in the
program list, if “Clear” has been selected, it tunes to
the last watched channel, if “Append” has been
selected.
At the end of the search if there is no tv or radio
program found in the program table your box warns
you by a pop-up message at that state you should
check all auto search parameters.
After you are sure to enter all search parameters you
must press OK key to start automatic tuning. At that
time a pop-up message will be displayed which
informs you total auto search time and warns you
about cleaning present program table if you would
select “Clear”. When you confirm by OK key, the
automatic search starts and Automatic Search
Menu is displayed for digital search as shown below.
INSTALLATION MENU
The INSTALLATION menu is accessed from the
main menu.
Most common values are pre-stored; 2 LNBs,
connected to single LNB, both assumed to be
standard universal LNBs (9.75 and 10.6 GHz),
modulator channel 38, standard TV (4/3). To change
the items, you must use " " and " " keys to move
to the item and use " " and " " keys to change the
value.
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1. LANGUAGE SETUP
This item is used to choose the language of the
display for menus and banners.
Following languages are available:
• English (default)
• German
• French
• Turkish
To select your preferred language, use " " and " "
keys. After OK is pressed, menu is changed
according to the language selection.
2. LNB CONFIGURATION
You can configure both input of the receiver with the
use of two items in the installation menu.
With the use of DiSEqC 1.0, up to 16 LNBs
(including polarization and 22kHz parameters) can
be connected to a single LNB input.
Whichever way the LNBs are connected, each
satellite can be decoded in analog and digital mode.
You can choose one of the configurations using " "
and " " keys that will be displayed as a picture.
Available configurations are shown below:
1 LNB only: LNB1 or LNB2 - DiSEqC and tone-burst
off
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2 LNB connected through a DiSEqC switch: LNB
1a and 1b or LNB 2a and 2b (or 2 LNB connected
with loop-through LNB) - DiSEqC off, only tone-burst
is used
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connected through 3 Twin-DiSEqC switch) DiSEqC and tone-burst are used with one repeat
(required for the second possibility)
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3. FACTORY SETTINGS
This preselection allows prompting you for all - but
not more than useful - data for the LNBs. For
instance if you select the configuration with directly
connected LNB, at the moment when you press the
OK key, you are asked to input the low and high
frequencies for the LNB. In the pop-up, default
values which are compatible with universal LNB can
be selected using " " and " " or you can enter the
value which your LNB has. The same pop-up prompt
allows switching the LNB power supply off.
• When you have one LNB no DiSEqC.
• When you have two, send tone burst.
• When you have four LNBs - sent signals will be fully
compatible with DiSEqC 1.0 Bus Functional
Specification V 4.2 (When the unit becomes active
"power on" signal and when it goes into stand by
"reset" signal will be sent. While sending DiSEqC
commands 38h command will be used to send port
group command, etc.). Option and position bits will
be used to select proper DiSEqC switch and tone
burst will be appended to the signal appropriately. 1
repeat may be necessary for cascaded
configuration.
You can use this item to load preset channel table
and default settings which had been loaded to your
box at the factory. To start factory settings, you must
first highlight “Factory Settings” item by using " "
and " " keys and then you must press OK. After that
a message warns you which says “Are you sure to
DELETE ALL services and LOAD DEFAULT channel
table ?”. At this stage you can confirm by pressing
OK or you can abandon by pressing menu key. If you
press OK your box starts to load preset channels
and a message is displayed that “Please wait until
preset channels are stored...”. After completing
channel storing you should reset your box by
pressing the reset button at the rare panel of your
box. You see a message about this that “Please
reset your box for signal detection...”
You can also use factory settings in order to set your
lock code to its initial value which is “0000” when
you forget your lock code.
4. OTHER SETTINGS
You can configure the other settings of your box
when you press OK to enter this menu.
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The other settings menu includes the following
items:
1. TV ASPECT RATIO
TV aspect ratio can be selected between 4 by 3 or
16 by 9.
In 4/3 format,
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format.
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format so that the TV can display it without distortion. The 4/3 picture is extracted from within the 16/
9 picture using PAN and SCAN vectors if transmitted. Otherwise, the extracted picture is the center
part of the original one.
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The picture is output in its original format. Wide
screen TVs take care of converting the pictures if
received in 4/3 format. This conversion can often be
done in several different ways and are under your
control.
2. TV OUTPUT
2. Date :
You can enter date of your set-top-box as day, month,
and year, respectively by using digits. You can use
left and right cursor keys to move cursor.
3. Offset UTC(h) :
Offset UTC is used to calculate local time since all
time data coming from digital transmission are in
UTC (Universal Time Coordinated). You can select
your UTC offset as one of 13 values, the offset value
varies from -6 hours to +6.
To store your time and date setting changes you must
press OK button before exit from this menu.
Your set-top-box can collect time, as UTC clock, and
date information from digital transmission if service
provider sends. This collection process is
performed after you plug in your box or after
resetting process.
If this collected time and date informations are not
correct then your box gives permission to you to
change the time and date
values.After entering the correct values you must
press ok button to store these new settings.
To change tv output, you must first highlight “TV
Output” item by using " " and " " keys. When the
item is highlighted TV output can be selected as
RGB or FBAS by the use of left/right cursor keys.
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When the item is highlighted modulator output
standard can be selected with left/right cursor keys
between PAL G, PAL I and PAL K. You should set this
value according to your TV’ s standard. After
selecting modulator standard, you can edit
modulator out channel number by pressing OK. On
the pop-up menu, you can enter directly keying the
channel number or increment/decrement the
channel number with " " and " " keys.
4. TIME & DATE SETTINGS
To change time and date of your set-top-box, you
must first highlight ‘’Time & Date Settings’’ item by
using " " and " " buttons in the Other settings
menu .
Then you must press the ok button for entering this
menu.
1. Time :
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5. PARENTAL LOCK
This property provides only to lock the stand-by
button on the front panel. At this time remote control
functions are active.
6. CHANGE LOCK CODE
This item is used to change the lock code used to
lock the services.
You can enter the time of your set-top-box as hour,
minute, and second, respectively by using digits.
You can use left and right cursor keys to move the
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In Feature menu program name for the current tuned
channel is displayed on the top right corner like in the
Program Table menu.
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pressed. After tuning a new channel with OK,
program name will be updated.
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you must press OK. to store your new lock code.
FEATURE MENU
The feature menu is accessed from the main menu.
In this menu you can lock or unlock a program or
assign favorite programs.
You can move on the fields with " " and " " keys.
The highlighted item is the current watched program.
Pressing OK tunes to the particular highlighted
program.
For the “Favo” field, pressing “ ” key toggles
between tick (Ö) & cross(X) states, where tick
indicates a favorite program.
You have five timers providing you to be able to store
any program to your VCR when you wish. You can
also use every timer as a sleep timer since your settop-box is taken into standby mode after every timer
is switched off.
These timers are accesed from Timers menu in
Main menu. In Timers menu you see present
situations of your timers and control a timer as “on”
or “off”, in a short saying you can enable or disable
a timer in the Timers menu by using left or right
cursor. When you see a tick(Ö ) in “On” column for
a timer it means that you enabled that timer. And
there is a time and date bar at the right top corner of
the screen for you to know actual time and date.
If you press OK when a timer is highlighted, you
enter Timer Settings menu and this menu includes
the items listed below.
1. Program Type : You can select a tv or radio
program by left or right cursor.
For the “Lock field”, pressing “ ” key toggles
between locked and unlocked states. A pop-up
window appears to get the lock code for changing
lock status. Lock code is a 4-digit number and
initially it is set to 0000. You can change your lock
code from installation menu as described before.
2. Program : You can select your tv or radio
program by entering the number directly or by the
use of red and green keys you can pass previous
and next program in the program list. As soon as the
program no. changes the original name of the
program is brought from channel table.
The Lock code is used to prevent an unauthorised
person to view barred programs.
3. Start Time : You can enter time when you wish the
timer to switch on as hour and minute respectively
by using digits.
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There is also a time and date bar at the right top
corner of the screen in this menu so that it should be
helpfull while you are setting a timer.
After entering settings you must leave menu by OK
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you set is overlapping with other timers which is set
before you are warned by a pop-up message as
soon as you press OK and your box does not accept
your new settings for that timer.
The reason why this situation is there can be only
one timer which is active at the same time.
TELETEXT
Your set-top-box can receive teletext packets from
digital transmission and teletext signal from analog
transmission and send to your TV-set for decoding.
Please use the teletext functions of your TV-set
while watching teletext. If the TV output of your box
is on RGB mode you watch text on mixed mode; if
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Supply Voltage ............................................................................. : 170-250 V AC, 50Hz
Input Frequency ........................................................................... : 950-2150 MHz
Power consumption .................................................................... : 30W (Max.)
Power consumption in stand by .................................................. : £ 7W
Operating temperature ................................................................ : 0ºC to +60ºC
Storage temperature ................................................................... : -20ºC to +70ºC
Humidity ...................................................................................... : 25 to 75 % rel
Physical dimensions ................................................................... : 386x282x67 mm
Weight ......................................................................................... : 3.5 kg approx
DIGITAL
Transmission Standards ............................................................. : DVB, MPEG2
DIGITAL VIDEO
• Video decoder fully supports MPEG-2 MAIN PROFILE/MAIN LEVEL (MP@ML)
• Digital video out with 4:2:2 format
DIGITAL AUDIO
• Audio decoder supports layers 1 & 2 of MPEG
• Wide dynamic range (16-bit resolution)
• Signal-to-noise ratio at bipolar zero (S/N) : 86 dB (min.) and 92dB (typ.)
RF MODULATOR (PLL)
Video input level ........................................................................... : 1 Vp-p, negative synchronous
Video input impedance ................................................................ : 1 kW (typ.)
Video S/N .................................................................................... : 45 dB Min.
Audio input level ........................................................................... : 1.23 Vp-p
Audio input empedance ............................................................... : 10 kW
Output signal ............................................................................... : PAL-G/I/K
Output channel ............................................................................ : UHF Channel 21-69
I/O Connector .............................................................................. : IEC female/male
REMOTE CONTROL
Operating Distance ..................................................................... : 10m Max.
Batteries ...................................................................................... : 2x1.5V Micro (R-03/AAA)
LNB POWER SUPPLY
Vertical ......................................................................................... : 13 Volt
Horizontal .................................................................................... : 18 Volt
Max. Output Current .................................................................... : 400 mA (Short-circuit protected)
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FRONT PANEL
Display ........................................................................................ : 4-digit seven-segment display
Buttons ........................................................................................ : Stand by, Cursor Left/Right (Volume
+/-), Cursor Up/Down (Program +/-),
Menu, OK, TV/Radio
AUDIO R L
Connector ................................................................................... : 2 x RCA (R + L)
Output ......................................................................................... : 0.5 Vrms / R = 1 kW
SERIAL (RS232)
Pin
Signal
1. DCD (Data carrier detect)
2. RXD (Receive data)
3. TXD (Transmit data)
4. DTR (Data terminal ready)
5. GND (Signal ground)
6. DSR (Data set ready)
7. RTS (Ready to set)
8. CTS (Clear to set)
9. RI (Ring indicator)
SCART (TV, VCR)
Video output................................................................................ : Composite video signal;
1 Vp-p±3dB/75 W
Video input ................................................................................... : Composite video signal;
1 Vp-p±3dB/75 W(for VCR&DEC.)
Audio output ................................................................................ : 0.5 Vrms / Z = 1kW
Audio input ................................................................................... : 0.5 Vrms / Z = 10kW (for VCR&DEC)
Function switching ...................................................................... : 12V / 6V for 4:3 / 16:9 / Z = 10kW
SCART SOCKET
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
Audio output B
12
–
2
Audio input B
13
RED return
3
Audio output A
14
Blanking return
4
Audio common return
15
RED
5
BLUE return
16
Blanking(Rapid switching)
6
Audio input A
17
Video output return
7
BLUE
18
Video input return
8
Function switching (Slow switching)
19
Video output
9
GREEN return
20
Video input
10
–
21
Common return
11
GREEN
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