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DTR3000
User manual
Congratulations!
This High Definition Digital Television Receiver (DTR) is an
innovative product dedicated to Digital Terrestrial Television.
Equipped with a silent hard disk drive, it allows easy reception
and recording of digital programmes, including those
broadcasted in High Definition.
The Philips recorder follows a continuous development
strategy.
Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and
improvements to the product described in this user manual
without any prior notice.
CE Marking:
The CE marking certifies that the product complies with the
essential requirements of the Directive1999/5/EC concerning
radio equipment and telecommunication equipment, and of
Directives 2006/95/EC concerning safety, 2004/108/EC
concerning electromagnetic compatibility and ErP 2009/125/EC
concerning ecodesign requirements, defined by the European
Parliament and Council to minimize electromagnetic
interferences, ensure the safety of users and their equipment
and protect their health, and minimize the impact of products
on the environment.
The CE declaration of conformity can be viewed in the support
section of the Philips site www.philips.com,
HDMI, HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby
and the
double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories Inc.
Note
• In order to receive digital signal of good quality you may
need an antenna upgrade.
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Contents
1 Safety recommendations
Where to put your Set-top box?
Warnings and safety instructions
Batteries
Interference
USB Storage devices
Cleaning the Set-top box
2 What‘s in the box
11 Timeshift/Record
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Front panel of the Set-top box
Rear panel of the Set-top box
Overview of the remote control
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3 Connecting your devices
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Timeshift
Record
12 Environment
Meaning of logos present on the product or its
packaging
Product recycling and disposal
European Directive on Waste Electricaland Electronic
Equipment (WEEE)
Directive on the Restriction of use of certain hazardous
substances in electronic equipment (RoHS)
Electrical consumption of the recorder
13 Troubleshooting
Connection to the terrestrial antenna
Connection to the TV set
Connection to a Home cinema system
4 Before starting
Basics of the menu system
Menu tree
5 Getting Started
Tools main menu
Information
Factory Setting
Software Upgrade
Remove USB device safely
9 Game
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15 Specifications
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Game menu
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10 Media Player
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Media Player main menu
Media Playback
PVR Storage Information
PVR Setting
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14 Customer Support
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8 Tools
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6 Opteration
System setup menu
Language
TV System
Local Time Setting
Time Setting
Parental Lock
OSD Setting
Favorite
Audio Description Setting
Multiview Setting
Other
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Using the Set-top box
Updating the Software
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7 System Setup
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Welcome
Installation
Accessing the Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Edit Channel
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1 Safety recommendations
Use of the Set-top boxis subject to safety measures
designed to protect users and their environment.
Where to put your Set-top box?
In order to guarantee the correct operation of your Set-top box,
you must:
place it indoors to protect it from lightning, rain, and direct
sunlight,
place it in a dry and well ventilated area,
keep it away from heat sources such as radiators, candles,
lamps,etc.
protect it from dampness, place it on a flat surface from
where it will not fall and is out of the reach of children,
avoid violent shocks. Choose a stable, horizontal surface on
which the Set-top box will not be exposed to intense
vibrations.
do not place anything on top of your Set-top box (as it would
restrict ventilation): the ventilation slots located on the casing
prevent your Set-top box from overheating. If you place the
Set-top box in a compartment or other closed space, leave a
space of at least 10 cm on each side and 20 cm on the front
and back of the Set-top box,
connect it directly to the mains with the provided cords, the
socket must be near the Set-top box and easy to access. The
use ofan extension cable (with multi-points) is not
recommended.
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Warnings and safety instructions
• In case of failure, the power cable is the
disconnect device for this equipment. To remove
all electrical power from the equipment,
disconnect the power cable from the electrical
outlet.
Connect the Set-top box to the electrical outlet in
accordance with the indications mentioned on the
identification label affixed on the Set-top box (voltage,
power, frequency of electricity network).
The identification label is located under the Set-top box or
on the rear panel.
You must imperatively use the Set-top box in an
environment that complies with the following requirements:
• temperature: between 0°C [32°F] and 40°C [104°F].
• ambient humidity: between 20% and 90%.
• altitude: below 2000 m [6562 ft].
To avoid short-circuits (fire or electrocution hazard), do not
expose your Set-top box to dampness. Do not place any
object containing liquid (vase for example) on the appliance.
The Set-top box must not be splashed with liquid. If liquid is
spilled onto the Set-top box, unplug it immediately from the
mains and consult your supplier.
Take care not to allow liquids or metal objects to enter the
Set-top box through the ventilation slots.
Avoid reconnecting the Set-top box after it has been
subjected to large changes in temperature.
The Set-top box must be disconnected from power supply
before any modification ofconnection between TV, VCR or
antenna.
In the event of a storm, it is advisable to unplug the antenna.
Even if the Set-top box and the television set are
disconnected from the power supply, lightning can still
damage them.
If you hear unusual noise coming from the mains power
socket or from the power cord , disconnect immediately the
power cord from the mains power socket in accordance with
all the precautions of use, you risk getting an electric shock,
and contact your retailer.
Never connect the Set-top box to a mains power socket
which is
loose, shows signs of wear or damage, you risk getting an
electric shock.
Never touch the power cord with wet hands. You risk getting
an electric shock.
When connecting or disconnecting the power cord, always
take hold of the plug without pulling on the cord. A damaged
cord presents a potential risk of fire or electric shock. Never
pull the power cord when disconnecting from the mains
power socket.
Never place objects on the power cord, and never pull on it
or fold it. This may cause a risk of fire or electric shock.
Ensure that the Set-top box never lies on the power cord or
any other cables.
Ensure the Set-top box is placed on a flat and stable
surface, placing it incorrectly may lead to the power cord
being disconnected.This may cause a risk of fire or electric
shock.
Always keep the power cord unit out of the reach of children
or domestic animals.
Only personnel approved by the manufacturer can repair the
Set-top box. Failure to comply with these safety precautions
will invalidate the guarantee.
Have a specialised installer perform all connections if you
want to use cables that are not provided with the Set-top
box.
Batteries
Batteries are easily swallowed by young children. Do not allow
young children to play with the remote control.
Always keep batteries away from excessive heat sources such
as direct sunlight, fire or similar sources.
To avoid damaging the remote control, only use identical
batteries or batteries of an equivalent type. The batteries
provided are not rechargeable.
Interference
Do not place the Set-top box near appliances that may cause
electromagnetic interferences (for example, loudspeakers,
modems, routers or cordless phones). This could affect Set-top
box operation and distort the picture or sound.
USB Storage devices
Please wait until the Set-top box or the multimedia file
application exits the multimedia list manager (multimedia file
application) or is in standby mode before disconnecting your
storage devices. Otherwise, you risk losing data or damage
your storage device.
When connecting a USB peripheral device, respect the way of
insertion and never use force. You may damage your
peripheral device and/or the appliance.
Cleaning the Set-top box
The outer casing of the Set-top box can be cleaned with a soft
and dry cloth. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring
powder or solvents, such as alcohol or turpentine, as they
could damage the surface of the Set-top box.
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2 What‘s in the box
Your new equipment includes:
High Definition Digital
Television Recorder (DTR)
Safety condition
6
Remote control
with 2 batteries (AAA)
Quick start guide
warranty card
Front panel of the Set-top box
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1
2
3
Digital display
4
5
6
7
8
4
Antenna input
Shows the current time when theSet-top box is in
standby.
5
Antenna output (Loopthrough only)
Shows the programme number when the Set-top box is
on.
6
Digital audio connector (S/PDIF)
Shows hard disk activity(recording in progress,programme playback,...)
7
HDMI Digital video audio connector
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SCART connector (to TV or VCR/ DVD)
9
AC Mains
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LED
•
•
3
2
Rear panel of the Set-top box
Green : Operating
Red : Standby
USB port
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6
Overview of the remote control
EPG
•
Open up Electronic Program Guide Menu
•
Move in a page,a menu... /CH+,-/VOL+,-
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1
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3
15
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16
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6
18
8
OK
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MENU
•
•
Access menus
•
Rewind/Fastforward
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11
0 to 9
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TTX
•
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Display the channel list,confirm a selection
Access channels and various on-screen options
•
Display Teletext pages when available
•
Turn the sound off/on
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9
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REC
•
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Launch immediate recording, Schedule a recording from
the TV Guide
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INFO
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Blue button
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AUDIO
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BACK
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EXIT
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USB
•
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•
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•
•
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Display programme information and options
On-screen options MHEG, Teletext pages and menu
Select audio mode and audio track/Yellow button
Go back to the previous channel, screen or mode
Exit from current screen or setting
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Enter media player from U stick
•
(Skip backward/Skip forward
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1
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Put the Set-top box in standby mode/Wakeup the
Set-top box from standby mode
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FAV
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SUBTITLE
Open up Favourite list
2
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Stop
•
Play/Pause
•
3
TV/RADIO
4
•
MEDIA
5
•
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Switch between TV and Radio/Red button
Enter PVR menu for U stick/Green button
On/Off Subtitle
Batteries
The remote control needs two batteries (AAA) to operate. The
drawing in the battery compartment indicates how to install
them.The batteries provided are not rechargeable.
3 Connecting your devices
Before installing your Set-top box:
• Please check that the delivery is complete (see What‘s in the
box, page 6).
• Please ensure that the appliances to be connected together
(recorder, TV set, VCR/DVD…) are unplugged before making
any connections.
• Please ensure that Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) is
available in your area.
Connection to the TV set
Connection to a High-Definition television set
using an HDMI lead
1
To take advantage of High Definition picture quality, you
must connect the HDMI connector of your Set-top box to the
HDMI connector on your television set (cable not supplied).
2 Plug the power cord into the wall socket.
Connection to the terrestrial antenna
2
Very often to get the best reception, you may simply need to
adjust your antenna. Alternatively, you can connect an indoor
antenna to your system. For more information, please contact
your specialised distributor.
Standard outdoor antenna
Preferably use an outside roof antenna that is designed to
receive UHF channels (21 to 69). However:
• if your building is equipped with an old antenna model,
digital channels may be difficult or even impossible to
receive. The problem can only be resolved by changing the
antenna.
• if your building is equipped with a common antenna which
contains selective filters devised for analogue channels,
reception will most probably not work correctly. In this case,
you will have to contact the administrator of the building.
• some antennas directed towards an analogue TV transmitter
must be re-adjusted towards a digital TV transmitter. If you
encounter reception problems, you can also try placing the
antenna at different heights.
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Connection to a Standard-Definition television
set
Indoor antenna
1
In ideal reception conditions, this type of antenna is sufficient.
Here, however, are some useful tips:
• use an antenna designed to receive channels 21 to 69.
• install the antenna close to the window and direct it towards
the digital TV transmitter.
• if possible, use an antenna with an amplifier. The Set-top box
can provide remote power supply to your indoor antenna
(see Setting the power parameters, page 29).
2 Plug the power cord into the wall socket.
You must connect the television set to your Set-top box
using a SCART connector (not supplied).
2
Connection to the antenna
1
Plug the antenna cable (not supplied) into the ANTENNA
IN input connector on your Set-top box.
2 You can connect the RF output connector of your Set-top
box to the antenna input of the television set or VCR/DVD
recorder (cable not supplied).
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Connection to a Home cinema
system
Some programmes are broadcast with a high quality
multichannel digital sound. The connection of your Set-top box
to a Home cinema system will give you a cinematic surround
sound experience when watching these programmes.
This can easily be done by connecting with a coaxial cable (not
supplied) the DIGITAL AUDIO output of your Set-top box to the
digital audio coaxial input of your Home cinema amplifier
Dolby® Digital Plus is one of the latest innovations of Dolby
Laboratories in high quality digital audio. Compatible with
Dolby Digital systems, it addresses the expectations of most
demanding viewers, and is scalable to the diverse world of
content delivery, such as, for instance, High Definition TV
broadcast.
Note
• For more information, please visit the following website:
http://www.dolby.com/consumer/setup/index.html
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4 Before starting
Basics of the menu system
How to access the main menu?
Press the
key.
How to access a feature?
You can access some features using the remote control as well
as the main menu.
When both possibilities are available, the corresponding
procedures are proposed.
How to navigate through the various screens and set
parameters?
Use the remote keys:
to navigate in the menus and submenus,
or
to enter a menu,
to access the previous menu,
Menus presentation
For ease of understanding, accessing a menu is described in
this manual as follows:
> Menu > Submenu
For example, when you read
" Go to > System Setup >
Language", you should perform the following actions
on your remote control:
1
Press the
2
Press the
3
Press the
to access the main menu.
key to select System Setup .
or
key to select Language , then enter
the menu with the
.
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Menu tree
The tree below introduces the Set-top box menus:
Edit Channel
Installation
TV Channel List
Radio Channel List
Delete All
Auto Scan
Channel Scan
LCN
System Setup
Language
TV System
Language
First Audio
Second Audio
Subtitle Language
Teletext
Subtitle
Video Resolution
Aspect Mode
Connection
Digital Audio Out
Local Time Setting
Region
GMT Usage
GMT Offset
Daylight Saving
Date
Time
Timer Setting
Timer Mode
Timer Service
Wakeup Channel
Wakeup Date
Wakeup Time
Duration
Parental Lock
Menu Lock
Parental rating
New Password
Confirm Password
OSD Setting
OSD Timeout
OSD Transparency
Favourite
Audio Description Setting
AD Service
Use AD as default
AD Volume Offset
Multiview Setting
Other
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Antenna Power
Channel Play Type
Beeper
Auto Standby
Tools
Information
Load Factory Setting
Software upgrade by OTA
Software upgrade by USB
Remove USB device safely
Game
Othello
Sudoku
Media Player
Records
Video
Music
Image
HDD Information
DVR Setting
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5 Getting Started
Channel Scan
1
Select "Channel Scan", press the "OK" button to enter the
Channel Scan menu.
2
Press cursor button to set Scan mode, Scan Band ,Channel
No., Frequency and Bandwidth, then highlight "Search",
press "OK" button to start channel scan .
Welcome
If you use the Set-top box for the first time, the "Welcome"
menu appears.
Press cursor button to setup the Region, Language, Display
Mode and Aspect Mode.
Highlight "OK" and press the "OK" button to start Auto Scan
channel.
Channel Scan
Scan Mode
Welcome
Region
Language
Display Mode
Aspect Mode
Scan Band
Channel No.
France
English
720p@50HZ
4:3LB(Letter box)
UHF
CH21(474000KHz)
Frequency
474000KHz
Bandwidth
8MHz
Network Search
OK
By Channel
Signal Strength
Signal Quality
No
0%
0%
Installation
1
2
Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
3
Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK"button to enter the sub-menu .
4
LCN
Press "UP"or " DOWN " button to highlight "Installation",
press "RIGHT" button to enter the Installation menu.
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Installation
Auto Scan
Channel Scan
LCN
Auto Scan
1
Select the "Auto Scan", press "OK" button to enter the Auto
Scan menu.
2
Press the cursor button to set "FTA Only" and T2 Signal Only,
then highlight "Search", press the "OK" button to start auto
scan .
Auto Scan
FTA Only
T2 Signal Only
Search
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No
No
You can activate/disactivate the LCN( Logical Channel Number)
function by setting the "LCN " to on/off.
If LCN is activated, you can't change the original number of TV
channels by scanning .
6 Operation
Edit Channel
Accessing the Electronic Program
Guide (EPG)
Accessing the EPG of all channels:
1
2
Press "EPG" button to enter EPG menu .
Edit Channel menu
1 Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
2 Press "UP" or "DOWN " button to highlight "Edit Channel",
3 press "RIGHT" button to enter the Edit Channel menu.
4 Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK" button to enter the sub-menu .
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Press cursor button to switch between channel list, events
schedule of the selected channel and now/next events.
3 Press "Green" button to Timer the events.
4 Press "Red" button to display " Time Bar" menu.
EPG
Edit Channel
TV Channel List
Radio Channel List
Delete All
18:55 30/1
0015 BBC ONE
The One Show
19:00~19:30
30/1
19:00
19:30
20:00
20:30
0009 TMF
0010 The HITS
0011 Film4
0012 BBC THREE
Spendaholic Africa Cup of Nations 200
0013 BBC NEWS
News 24 Tonight
BBC News
0014 BBC TWO
A Tribute to Sir Edmund Hi
Bill Oddie’s MasterChef
0015 BBC ONE
The One Sho
Watchdog
Time
Dog Borstal
What Women Want
Timer
TV Channel List
EPG Pre-Records:
1
2
Press "EPG" button to enter EPG menu .
Press cursor button to switch between channel list and
events schedule ,select your desired events.
3
Press "Green" button to set Timer the events, then highlight
“Timer Service”, press”LEFT” or “RIGHT” button to select
“Records”, highlight “Save” and press “OK” button to confirm,
1
In the Edit Channel menu, select "TV Channel List", press
"OK" button to enter TV channel list menu.
2
Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to highlight channel, press the
"OK" button to preview the desired TV channel.
Use this menu to favor, lock, skip, move, sort, delete and
rename channel.
. Press "FAV" button, then press "OK" button to edit the FAV
function.
. Press "color" button, then press "OK" button to edit the
corresponding function.
then you can Pre-record the program.
TV Channel List
EPG
18:55 30/1
0015 BBC ONE
The One Show
Timer Mode
19:00~19:30
30/1
19:00
19:30
20:00
Film4
Lock Skip
20:30
0011 Film4
Wakeup Date
11/06/2015
0012 BBC THREE
0011 Film4
Wakeup Time
18:20
0013 BBC NEWS
0012 BBC THREE
Spendaholic
Africa Cup of Nations 200
Duration
02:00 Dog Borstal
0014 BBC TWO
0013 BBC NEWS
News 24 Tonight
BBC News
0015 BBC ONE
A Tribute to Sir Edmund Hi
Bill Oddie’s MasterChef
Cancel
What Women Want
0010 The HITS
0014 BBC TWO
0015 BBC ONE
Save
The One Sho Watchdog
Time
Move Edit
0010 The HITS
Records
Wakeup Channel
FAV
0009 TMF
Off
Timer Service
0009 TMF
All TV
15:31 12/04/2015
DVBT
BBC ONE
562000/8K/64QAM
PID:600/601/600
GI:1/32 FEC:7/8
Timer
15
Edit Channel
All TV
Sort
Rename
Delete
0009 TMF
0010 The HITS
0011 Film4
0012 BBC THREE
0013 BBC NEWS
DVBT
Film4
538000/8K/64QAM
PID:701/702/701
GI:1/32 FEC:7/8
0014 BBC TWO
0015 BBC ONE
Radio Channel List
1
In the Edit Channel menu, select "Radio Channel List", press
"OK" button to enter the Radio Channel list menu.
2
Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to highlight channel press the
"OK" button to listen the desired Radio channel.
Note
• Basically, the operation of "Radio Channel List" is the same
as "TV Channel List", but there is one point different: In
"Radio Channel List" mode, there is no video information,
so it will always display Radio's logo in the right side
preview window.
Delete All
1
2
In the Edit Channel menu, select "Delete All", press "OK"
button.You are asked to input a password(the default
password is"0044"or "3327").
A warning window appears.
Select "Yes", press "OK" button to delete all channels.
Select "No", Press "OK" button to cancel deleting.
Edit Channel
TV Channel List
Radio Channel List
Warning! Do you really want to
Delete
All
delete all channels?
Yes
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No
7 System Setup
TV System
Video Resolution
System setup menu
System setup menu allows you to set Language, TV System,
Local Time Setting, Timer Setting, Parental Lock, OSD Setting,
Favorite, Audio Description Setting, Multiview Setting and
Other.
720p@50HZ
Aspect Mode
Auto
Connection
CVBS
Digital Audio Output
LPCM Out
1 Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
2 Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to highlight "System Setup",
3 press "RIGHT" button to enter the System Setup menu.
4 Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK" button to enter the sub-menu.
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
System Setup
Local Time Setting
Language
TV System
Local Time Setting
Timer Setting
Parental Lock
OSD Setting
Favourite
Audio Description Setting
Multiview Setting
Other
This menu allows you to set the region and time.
Language
This menu allows you to set Language.
Region:
This menu is used for changing the region
setting.
GMT Usage:
This menu is used for open the usage of
GMT.
The options are : By Region/User Define/Off
GMT Offset:
This menu is valid only when selected
"User Define" in GMT Usage menu .
The GMT offset range is "-11:30 ~ +12:00",
increasing half hour progressively.
Summer Time:
The options are: On/Off
Date:
"Date" and "Time" menus are valid only
when selected "Off" in GMT Usage menu.
Time:
Press numeric button to input the time.
Local Time Setting
Region
GMT Usage
GMT Offset
Daylight Saving
Date
Time
Language
Language
English
First Audio
English
Second Audio
French
Subtitle Language
English
Teletext
English
Subtitle
Off
United Kingdom
By Region
GMT+00:00
On
12/07/2015
15:16
Reykjavik,Casablanca,Lisbon,Dublin,London
Time Setting
This menu allows us to set the program timer. You can set 8
timers.
TV System
This menu allows us to set Video Resolution, Aspect Mode
and Digital Audio Out.
Video Resolution: By Source / By Native TV / 480i / 480p /
576i / 576p / 720p@50HZ / 720p@60HZ /
1080i@50HZ / 1080i@60HZ /
1080p@50HZ / 1080p@60HZ
Aspect Mode:
Auto/4:3PS/4:3LB/16:9
Connection:
CVBS/RGB
Timer Mode:
Off/Once/Daily/Weekly/Monthly
Timer Service:
Channel/Records
Wakeup Channel: You can select a desired channel as the
wakeup channel.
Wakeup Date:
Press numeric button to input date.
On Time:
Press numeric button to input the time.
Duration:
Press numeric button to input the duration
time.
Digital Audio Out: BS Out/LPCM Out
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Timer Setting
OSD Setting
15:31 12/04/2015
1
2
Timer Mode
Timer Service
3
Wakeup Channel
OSD Timeout
OSD Transparency
Off
3
Off
Channel
Film4
4
Wakeup Date
5
Wakeup Time
18:20
6
Duration
02:00
11/06/2015
7
Save
8
Cancel
Favourite
Parental Lock
This menu allows you to rename the favorite group.
This menu allows you to protect menu and channel, and
change the Password.
1
In Channel menu, select "Favorite", press "OK" button to
enter Favourite menu.
1
In "System Setup" menu, select "Parental Lock" and press
"OK" button,you are asked to input a password(the default
password is"0044" or "3327").
2
Select desired group, press "OK" button to open the
2
After inputting the correct password by pressing numeric
buttons, the parental lock menu appears.
To lock the Edit channel/ Installation menu.
When you want to enter these menus, you
must input the password.
You can set menu lock to on/off.
Menu Lock:
Rating Lock
simulation keypad.Input letter and numeric one by one by
pressing the cursor button and press "OK" button to confirm.
After finishing input, highlight "OK" on mock keypad to
confirm, you change Favorite group name successfully.
3
Press "EXIT" button to quit the group rename menu.
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
Off / AGE 4 / AGE5 / AGE6 / AGE7 / AGE8 /
AGE9 /AGE10 / AGE11 / AGE12 / AGE13 /
AGE14 / AGE15 / AGE16 / AGE17 / AGE18
New Password
To change the password.
Confirm Password To confirm the new password.
Parental Lock
Menu Lock
Parental rating
New Password
Confirm Password
Rename
Favourite
Off
Off
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Favourite1
Favourite1
Favourite2
Favourite3
Favourite4
Favourite6
Favourite7
Favourite8
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A
B
C
G
H
I
E
F
K
L
M N
O
P
Q
R
S
U
V
W X
T
Y
Z
4
5
SP
CAPS
D
Off
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1
2
6
7
8
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3
9
OK
Del
OK
Audio Description Setting
This menu allows us to set AD Service, Use AD as default and
AD Volume Offset:
AD Service:
On/Off
Use AD as default: On/Off
AD Volume Offset: -3~3
OSD(Open Screen Display) Setting
This menu allows you to set OSD Timeout and OSD
Transparency .
OSD Timeout:
1-10
OSD Transparency: To set the OSD transparency to Off / 10% /
20% / 30% / 40%.
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Audio Description Setting
AD Service
Use AD as default
AD Volume Offset
Off
Off
0
Multiview Setting
Other
This menu allows us to set Multiview
This menu allows you to set Antenna Power, Channel Play
Type, Beeper and Auto Standby.
1
In "System Setup" menu, select "Multiview Setting" and press
"OK" button, you can set your desired screen view to 4+1
Pictures or 3x3 Pictures .
2
After you set your screen view, press "EXIT" button to exit the
main menu,then press "BLUE" button to enter multiview.
Multiview Setting: 4+1 Pictures/3x3 Pictures
On/Off
On: the Set-top box will provide 5V power
to antenna.
Off: the Set-top box will not provide 5V
power to antenna.
Channel Play Type: All/Free/Scrambled
Beeper:
Auto Standby:
Multiview Setting
Multiview Setting
Antenna Power:
3x3 Pictures
On/Off
30Min/1 Hour/2 Hours/3 Hours/Off
Other
Antenna Power
Channel Play Type
Beeper
Auto Standby
Off
Scrambled
On
Off
4+1 Pictures
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
3x3 Pictures
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Channel 8
Channel 9
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3
8 Tools
Press "EXIT" button to exit .
Load Factory Setting
Tools main menu
This operation will delete all channels and settings and
Use this menu, you can see the current informations of this Set
Top Box,Load Factory Setting, Update S/W and Remove USB
device safely.
1
2
Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
3
Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK" button to enter the sub-menu.
the system will reboot to the first time installation,
continue?
Press "UP" or " DOWN " button to highlight "Tools", press
"RIGHT" button to enter the Tools menu.
4 Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Yes
No
Tools
Information
Load Factory Setting
Software upgrade by OTA
Software upgrade by USB
Remove USB device safely
Software Update
We offer the functions for user to upgrade software version by
OTA or by USB .
1
Enter "Tools" menu, select "Software upgrade by OTA" or
"Software upgrade by USB", press "OK" button, Software
Upgrade menu is shown.
2
Press cursor button to select the desired item, then highlight
"Start" and press "OK" button to start upgrade.
3
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Tools
Information
Load Factory Setting
Software upgrade by OTA
Software upgrade by USB
Remove USB device safely
Information
This menu can display Hardware Moudule, Hardware Version,
Software Moudule, Software Version of this Set Top Box and
date.
1
In "Tools" menu, select "Information", press "OK" button to
open information window.
2
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Information
HW_Module:
HW_Version:
SW_Module:
SW_Version:
Date:
M3821
MC6583-VER1.0
HDT2-148A
DVB-T2 HDV1.0.2
May14 2015
Remove USB device safely
This menu allows you to remove USB device safely.
1
2
3
In "Tools" menu, select "Remove USB device safely",
Press "OK" button to confirm. Then a window is displayed.
Press "OK" button again.
Tools
Factory Setting
This menu allows you to re-set the Set-top box back to factory
settings,clear all existed channels.
1
2
In the "Tools" menu, select "Load Factory Setting", press
"OK" button.
You are asked to input a password(the default password
is"0044" or "3327").
A confirmation window is displayed.
Select "Yes" to return back to factory settings and clear all
channels.
Select "No" to cancel back to factory settings.
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Information
Load Factory Setting
DiskOTA
Remove
S/W Update by
Upgrade
By USB USB Disk A-3 GB
Remove
Remove USB device safely
OK
Cancel
9 Game
Game menu
This menu allows you to play games by the function.
1
2
Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
3
Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK" button to enter the game.
Press "UP" or "DOWN" button to highlight "Game", press
"RIGHT" button to enter the Game menu.
4 Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Games
Othello
Sudoku
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Music:
10 Media Player
Media Player main menu
Media Player menu allows you to play musics, videos , pictures
and native recoder files from USB disk.
1
2
Press the "MENU" button to enter main menu.
3
Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to highlight the desired
item and press "OK"button to enter the sub-menu.
Press "UP"or "DOWN" button to highlight "Midia Player",
press "RIGHT" button to enter the Midia Player menu.
4 Press "EXIT" button to exit.
"RED" button:
Press "RED" button to show Play List.
"GREEN" button:
Highlight the file which you want to add to
play list, then press "Green" button to add.
It will mark a favorite icon on the file.
"YELLOW" button: Press "Yellow" button to add all file of
current directory to play list. Press again to
delete all file of current directory from the
play list.
"BLUE" button:
Press "Blue" button to enter to edit
sub-menu.
"2" button:
Press "2" button to open the sort window.
You can sort by Name/Time/Size/Favorite.
"INFO" button:
Press "INFO" button to set repeat mode.
The option is Repeat Folder / Random
Folder / Repeat One.
"1" button:
Press "1" button to Switch TAB between
Music / Image / Video / PVR
"EXIT" button:
Return to parent directory.
Media Player
Records
Video
Music
Image
HDD Information
DVR Setting
Image:
"RED" button:
Press "Red" button to show play list.
"GREEN" button:
Highlight the file which you want to add to
play list, then press "Green" button to add.
It will mark a favorite icon on the file.
"YELLOW" button: Press "Yellow" button to add all file of
current directory to play list. Press again to
delete all file of current directory from the
play list.
"BLUE" button:
Press "Blue" button to enter to edit
sub-menu.
"2" button:
Press "2" button to open the sort window.
You can sort by Name/Time/Size/Favorite.
Media Playback
"INFO" button:
Press "INFO" button to open image setup
This function allows you to play musics, videos , pictures and
native recoder files from USB disk .
"3" button:
Press "3" button to view image in
multi-image mode
1
"1" button:
Press "1" button to Switch TAB between
Music / Image / Video / PVR
"EXIT" button:
Return to parent directory.
In "media player menu", press "RIGHT" button to select
"Records", "Video", "Music" or "Image, press "OK" button to
enter Media Playback mode, the media player window
displayed.
2
In media player window, press "Down" button to highlight
directory and file field.
3
Press "1" button ,you can switch TAB between Music / Image
/ Video / PVR.
4 Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to select a desired item,
Video:
"BLUE" button:
Press "Blue" button to enter to edit
sub-menu.
"2" button:
Press "2" button to open the sort window.
You can sort by Name/Time/Size/Favorite.
"INFO" button:
Press "INFO" button to Set repeat playback
mode.
"1" button:
Press "1" button to Switch TAB between
Music / Image / Video / PVR
"EXIT" button:
Return to parent directory.
and press "OK" button to play the desired files.
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
Records
Music
Image
Video
USB1
No. Date
Name
1
10/02
Dzie. ktory zmteni mo
2
12/10
Guilaume GRAND
PVR:
[TS]Polsat
"RED" button:
Press "Red" button to open rename
window.
"GREEN" button:
Highlight the program which you want to
lock. Press "Green" button, it will ask you to
input password. Default password is
"0000" or "1234".After input correct
password, the program is locked. If you
want to unlock the program, press the
"Green" button again.
17:03~17:04
19M
00:00:00 00:00:50
Lock
Rename
1 Switch
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Exit
Exit
Delete
"YELLOW" button: Press "Yellow" button to make a delete
mark on the program which you want to
delete.
"1" button:
Press "1" button to Switch TAB between
Music / Image / Video / PVR
"EXIT" button:
Return to parent directory.
HDD Information
HDD Information
This menu can display storage state of HDD.
1
In "Media Player" menu, select "HDD Information", press
"OK" button to open PVR Storage information window.
2
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
. Format
USB Disk A:3.75G bytes
DVR Set
DVR Type
FAT/NTFS
Volume
Total Size:
Free Size:
Rec Size:
TMS Size:
File System:
"YELLOW" button: Press YELLOW button to open Disk Mode
menu.
"LEFT" or "RIGHT" Press "LEFT" or "RIGHT" cursor button to
button:
change Disk Mode.
Select "OK" to confirm. Select "Cancel" to
cancel.
. DVR Set
REC&TMS
OK
[uda1]judy
Cancel
3.75G bytes
2.99G bytes
0 bytes
2.99G bytes
NTFS
REC&TMS/Record/Timeshift
"BLUE" button:
Press "BLUE" button to open DVR Set
menu.
"LEFT" or "RIGHT" Press "LEFT" or "RIGHT" cursor button to
change DVR Type.
button:
Select "OK" to confirm. Select "Cancel" to
cancel.
DVR Setting
This menu allows you to set the PVR.
1
In "Media Player" menu, Highlight "DVR Setting",
press "OK" button to enter DVR Setting sub-menu.
2
Press "UP" or "DOWN" cursor button to select desired item,
press "LEFT" or "RIGHT" cursor button to change the setting.
3
HDD Information
USB Disk A:3.75G bytes
[uda1]judy
3.75G bytes
2.99G bytes
0 bytes
2.99G bytes
NTFS
Volume
Total Size:
Free Size:
Rec Size:
TMS Size:
File System:
Format
DVR Set
Press "EXIT" button to exit.
TimeShift
AUTO / Pause / Off
Step to
30sec / 1min / 5min / 10min / 15min / 20min
/ 30min
Timeshift to
Record
On/Off
PS Record
On/Off
After Recording Watch TV/Goto Standby
DVR Setting
Timeshift
Step to
Timeshift to Record
PS Record
After Recording
Off
30 sec
Off
Off
Go to Standby-mode
HDD Information
USB Disk A:3.75G bytes
Format
Disk Mode
Volume
Total Size:
Free Size:
Rec Size:
TMS Size:
File System:
FAT
OK
[uda1]judy
Cancel
3.75G bytes
2.99G bytes
0 bytes
2.99G bytes
NTFS
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11 Timeshift/Record
Initiate
Plugging an external Mass Storage Device on the USB port
gives you access to Time Shift/Record a broadcast programme.
Pause a broadcast programme and continue watching it
later (Time Shift )
1
Ensure Timeshift is actived, in channel mode, press
the“Pause” button to switch to Timeshift mode.
2
Press "RIGHT" or "LEFT" button to move the cursor to
the time you desired to view.
3
Press "OK" button to enter the Timeshift playback.
Record a broadcast programme.
When the space available on the Mass Storage Device runs
out, recording operation of broadcast will stop.
Off
Deactivate Time Shift
Pause
Press "Pause" Activate Time Shift
Auto
Activate Time Shift automaticlly in Set Top
Box working mode.
Note
• Please use USB 2.0 disk when recording or timeshift.
For timeshift and recording feature, you need take bigger
size USB pen driver or HDD (>2GB) for recording.
TF1
Play
00:00:40
02/0
00:22
00:00:53
100%
772 188 272 TS
Timeshift
Time shift Quick mode
Trickmodes
1
During a broadcast programme, press "Play/pause" button
to pause the broadcast programme
During the playback, it is possible to perform the following
actions :
Press "Play/pause" button again to continue watching the
programme (Time Shift)
1
2
3
2
3
Press "PAUSE" button to pause the playback
Press "FORWARD" button to fast forward the playback
Press "BACKWARD" button to rewind the playback
Press "STOP" button to stop Timeshift
Stop the Time shift
Timeshift Setting
1
1
Press “MENU” button to enter the main menu.
2
Press “UP” or “DOWN” button to highlight “Media Player”,
press”RIGHT” or “OK” button to enter the “Media Player”
menu.
3
Press “UP” or “DOWN”button to select “DVR Setting”, press
“OK” button to enter the “DVR Setting” menu, then you can
set Timeshift Auto/Pause to active Timeshift.
Press "STOP" button to stop TimeShift.
Record
Instant record
1
In viewing mode, press "RECORD" button to instantaneously
start a record on the current program.
2
3
Press "RECORD" button again can input duration.
DVR Setting
Timeshift
Step to
Timeshift to Record
PS Record
After Recording
Pause
30sec
Off
Off
Watch TV
Press "STOP" button to stop recording, then a confirmation
window appears.
4 Select "Yes" to stop recording. Select "No" to continue
recording.
Note
• Please select famous brand USB 2.0 USB HDD or USB stick
for Recording and Timeshift, Some USB devices maybe
can't be supported due to its quality.
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12 Environment
Preservation of the environment is an essential concern of
Philips.
The desire of Philips is to operate systems observing the
environment and consequently it has decided to integrate
environmental performances in the life cycle of its products,
from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination.
Meaning of logos present on the
product or its packaging
European regulations require packaging to be
recycled. It must not be discarded with unsorted
waste. There are local arrangements for sorting and
recycling this waste.
The looped arrow sign means that the packaging may
be recycled and must not be disposed of with
household waste.
The logo with three arrows shown on the plastic parts
means that they may be recycled and that they must
not be disposed of with household waste.
The crossed-out dustbin sign stuck on the product or
its accessories means that at the end of its life, the
product is subject to selective collection and must not
be thrown away in unsorted household waste.
Directive on the Restriction of use
of certain hazardous substances in
electronic equipment (RoHS)
Your recorder along with the batteries supplied comply with
the directive relating to the RoHS – dangerous materials such
as lead, mercury or cadmium are not used. This avoids
environmental hazards and any risks to the health of personnel
at the recycling centres. The batteries of the remote control can
be removed simply.
Note: When the batteries of the remote control are worn out,
please dispose of them at a collection point and not with
household waste.
Electrical consumption of the
recorder
To reduce the consumption of your recorder, you are
recommended to place it in standby mode when not in use.
We recommend that you turn off the recorder or unplug it from
the mains if you will not be using it for a prolonged period of
time.
Product recycling and disposal
To facilitate recycling, please respect the sorting rules set up
locally for this kind of waste.
If your product contains batteries, they must be disposed of at
appropriate collection points.
European regulations ask you to dispose of products
belonging to the family of electrical and electronic equipments
selectively:
At the collection points made available to you locally
(drop-off centre, selective collection, etc.),
At sales points in the event of the purchase of similar
equipment.
In this way you can participate in the re-use and upgrading of
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste, which can have an
effect on the environment and human health.
European Directive on Waste
Electricaland Electronic Equipment
(WEEE)
In the context of sustainable development, the reduction of
wastes to be eliminated by reusing, recycling, composting and
energy recovery is strongly advised.
In order to comply with this directive which is applicable to
EEEs sold after 13/08/2005, your recorder will be taken back
free of charge and recycled by the distributor of the EEE within
the limits of the quantity and types of equipment bought from
them. These appliances which contain substances potentially
dangerous to human health and the environment will be
recycled.
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13 Troubleshooting
Using the Set-top box
Problem
Solution
What to do
Standby light not lit
Mains lead unplugged
Check mains lead
No signal found
Aerial is disconnected
Check aerial lead
Aerial is damaged/misaligned
Check aerial
Out of digital signal area
Check with dealer
No picture or sound
Scart/AV is not selected on your TV
Reduce to another channel
Scrambled channel
message
Channel is scrambled
Select alternative channel
No response to remote
control
Set-top box power off
Plug the power cord into the wall socket
Remote not aimed correctly
Aim handset at front panel
Front panel obstructed
Check for obstructions
Remote batteries exhausted
Replace batteries
Forgotten channel lock
code
Re-install channels to cancel
channel lock
Forgotten menu lock
code
disable the code by "reset to factory
setting"
After moving the Set-top box to
another room you find you
are no longer able to
receive digital reception
The aerial feed former new point
may come through a distribution
system which may reduce the
digital signal now received by the
box.
For any other problem
Updating the Software
The Set-top box automatically downloads ’over the air’ new
software and services when they become available.
You can also upgrade your Set-top box using a USB stick.
Please check www.philips.com to find more information and
the most recent software version for your product.
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Try a direct feed from the antenna
Perform a default factory reset
(see Factory Setting)
14 Customer Support
At Philips we believe that a high quality product should come
with the highest quality customer service.
In the design of this product we have taken great care to ensure
the maximum quality possible and are sure that you will be
delighted with your purchase.
However, in the rare event that you have any problems with the
product and need advice or support you can be confident that
wewill do our best to help you.
Our dedicated technical helpdesk can be contacted from 09:00
–17:00, Monday to Friday and will offer expert guidance on
your product.
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15 Specifications
Multichannel 5.1
DOLBY Digital (AC3)
Mode: pass through and down mixing
DUAL DVB-T/T2 FRONT END
RF INPUT
Input frequency range: VHF 174~230MHz UHF470-862
(8 MHz bandwidth)
DOLBY Digital+ (E-AC3)
Mode: pass through, transcoding Dolby Digital, and down
mixing
Input signal level: -90 to -20 dBm
Output Resolution Format
Input impedance: 75 Ohms unbalanced
For HD broadcast
720P@50HZ 720P@60HZ 1080I@50HZ 1080I@60HZ
Tuning step VHF 7M, UHF 8M
DVB-T DEMODULATOR
Transmission mode: FFT 2k & 8k, MFN and SFN network
supported
Constellation: QPSK, 16-QAM & 64-QAM
1080P@50HZ 1080P@60HZ
For SD broadcast
480I 480P 576i 576P
4/3 and 16/9 with conversion Pan and Scan, Letter box
Guard interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 & 1/32
Mode: Non hierarchical
Code rate: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8
Outer decoder: Reed Salomon (204, 188, 8)
DVB-T2 DEMODULATOR
Transmission mode: FFT 1K, 2k, 4K, 8k, 8K EXT,16K, 16K EXT,
32K & 32K EXT
MFN and SFN network supported
Constellation: QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM & 256-QAM
Guard interval: 1/4, 19/128, 1/8, 19/256, 1/16, 1/32 & 1/128
Single and multiple-PLPs
LDPC Code rate: 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5 & 5/6
SD INPUT/OUTPUT
SCART (Set-top box setup configuration)
SCART (Set-top box setup configuration)RGB in, PAL out,
S-Video out, fixed volume Audio R/L, Slow blanking out
HDMI Output
HDMI 1.4 and HDCP 1.1
VIDEO: YCrCb
AUDIO:
2 channels PCM in case of MPEG1-layer II
Dolby Digital or PCM in case of AC3 beat stream (*)
Processor and Memories
Processor: ALI M3821 ALCA
Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital or PCM in case of E-AC3
beat stream (*)
(*) according of E(EDID) information
RAM memory 64 Mbytes
Flash memory 4 Mbytes
Video Decoding
MPEG2
Standard MPEG-2 MP@HL for 50 Hz
Input rates (max): 15 Mbit/s
MPEG-4 Part 10 / H.264
MPEG-4 AVC HP@L4 (HD) for 50 Hz
Input rates (max): 20 Mbit/s for HP@L4
MPEG-4 AVC HP@L3 (SD) for 50 Hz
Input rates (max): 10 Mbit/s for HP@L3
CABAC and CAVLC decoding
Supports all intra/inter prediction modes and block sizes, I,P
and B picture types
Fidelity range extensions (8x8 Transforms, 8x8 Spatial
Prediction Mode, Dynamic Quantization Matrix)
AUDIO Output
HiFi audio output
Adjustable audio level
Mono/Stereo in case of MPEG1-layer II
Two channels down mixed in case of AC3, E-AC3, HEAAC
audio stream
Coax S/PDIF
Stereo audio setup:
Fixed audio level -20 dBLKFS
Two channels PCM in case of MPEG1-layer II or AAC stream
Two channels PCM down mix in case of AC3/E-AC3
HEAAC streams
Multichannel audio setup:
Fixed audio level -31 dBLKFS
Two channels PCM in case of MPEG1-layer II or AAC stream
Originally received bit stream in case of AC3
Transposed AC3 in case of E-AC3
Audio Decoding
Stereo 2.0
MPEG-1 layer I & II (Musicam)
Front panel
1 x 4-Digit 7-segment LED display
MPEG-2 layer II
1 x IR sensor: 38 kHz
Mode: Mono, stereo, joint stereo
1 x Bicolour LED
Sampling rates 32, 44.1 or 48 KHz
1 x USB 2.0 connector (Type A Host)
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Power supply
Mains supply voltage: 220-240 V~ 50 Hz
Max. Power consumption: < 12 W
Standby consumption: < 1 W
Physical Specifications
Set-top box
Size (wxdxh): 148x110x35 mm
Weight: 0.27Kg
Operating temperature: 0°C to +40°
Storage temperature: -25°C to +65°C
Accessories
1 x Remote control
2 x AAA batteries
1 x Safety condition
1 x Quick start guide
1 x Warranty card
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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