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Terrestrial Signal Finder
USER'S MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully before using your meter for the first time.
The technical specifications and operating methods included in this manual
are subject to changes without notice. In case of any inquires after a period
of usage, please contact the manufacturer.
Please charge the battery before using your meter for the first time.
(Recommend 5 hours)
Contents
1. Introduction ............................................................................. 2
2. Front Panel ..................................................................... 2
3. Quick Installation
3.1 Setting Language.....................................................................5
3.2 How to receive the programs...................................................5
4. STB Operation
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4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Main Menu................................................................................7
SETUP......................................................................................8
TV/RADIO...............................................................................17
MULTIMEDIA..........................................................................26
GAME.....................................................................................35
Normal Play............................................................................38
5. Specification ........................................................... 49
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1. Introduction
This meter is simple and convenient for getting the terrestrial
signal so that you can install the antenna easily to get more
stronger terrrestrial singal.
2. Front Panel
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(1) AERIAL IN: Antenna input connection port
(2) LCD Screen: Shows MENU and Programs clearly
(3) Lock Light: This light will be on when signal is locked.
(4) Power Light: Indicate the power status.
Normally:
Red: the meter is power on
Dim: the meter is power off
Charge:
Green: the battery is being charged,
Red: the battery is full.
(5) Function Key: Made of four keys, F1—F4.
(6) Arrow Key and OK key:Use the Arrow key to select the right
item, OK key to confirm.
(7) MENU Key:To enter or exit the main menu.
(8) EXIT Key: To exit from the present menu and move to the
previous menu
(9) Numerical Key: To enter numerical settings directly.
(10) B. Light Key: Turn on or off the LCD screen
(11) MUTE key:Press once to turn the sound off and press it
again to restore the sound
(12) TV/Radio: Switch between TV mode and Radio mode
(13) Power Key:To turn the meter on/off, press and hold for 2
seconds to power on the meter.
(14) INFO:To see program information of the selected channel
(15) Power: To switch on/off the battery power
(16) Charge port:To connect with the charger cord.
(17) USB Port:Connect to PC to upgrade Or Read Mp3, picture
and movie
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3. Quick Installation
3.1 Setting Language
[Importance notice]
User can select a preferred language among various languages
at Installation page.
(1) Press <menu> button to enter Main Menu.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to select SETUP option.
(3) Press <Up/Down> button to select Installation option.
(4) Press <OK> button to enter Installation page.
(5) Press <Up/Down> button to select OSD Language option.
(6) Press <Left/Right> button to select a language.
See Figure 1, 2. If there is no database (scan result) in the STB, it
will start at step (5) when booting.
for safety reason, the battery power is switch off by the facotory.
so before using this meter or before charging the battery,plese
doulbe make sure the "battery power switching key" should be
"on" status.
[Note] Please use only the Adaptor supplied with this Finder. if
you use other adaptor, maybe it will burn the battery.
Figure 1. Main Menu, SETUP
Figure 2. Installation Page
3.2 How to receive the programs?
Scan the possible frequency and bandwidth to receive the
programs.
(1) Press <menu> button to enter Main Menu
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to select SETUP option.
(3) Press <Up/Down> button to select Installation option.
(4) Press <OK> button to enter Installation page.
(5) Press <Up/Down> button to select Country Setting option.
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(6) Press <Left/Right> button to set Country Setting.
(7) Press <RED/GREEN> button to Auto Scan or Manual Scan.
See Figure 1, 2. If there is no database in the STB, it will start at
step (5) when booting.
3.2.1 Auto Scan
Auto Scan will erase the database first,and scans default
frequency and bandwidth by Country Setting. Follow the steps (1) ~ (6)
at section 3.2.
(7) Press <RED> button to be confirmed to clear the database.
(8) Press <OK> button to confirm the database will be cleared
and start Auto Scan
It costs time to do Auto Scan, user can press <exit> to exit at
anytime. See Figure 3, 4.
(7) Press <GREEN> button to enter Manual Scan Page.
(8) Press <Up/Down> button to select Frequency option.
(9) Press <0~9> button to input the Frequency value.
(10) Press <Up/Down> button to select Bandwidth option.
(11) Press <Left/Right> button to set Bandwidth value.
(12) Press <OK/exit> button to start scan or exit.
See Figure 5, 6.
Figure 5. Manual Scan Page
Figure 6. Manual Scan Result
4. STB Operation Describe how to operate the STB
4.1 Main Menu
Figure 3. Clear database message
Figure 4. Auto Scan Page
3.2.2 Manual Scan
Manual Scan adds the scanning results into database, it doesn't
erase the database. But User has to know the Frequency and
Bandwidth for scanning. If user scans the same Frequency and
Bandwidth more then once, the programs will be duplicated.
Follow the steps (1) ~ (6) at section 3.2..
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Main Menu for operating a lot of functions.
(1) Press <menu> button to enter Main Menu
(2) Press <info> button to display the version information of STB.
See Figure 7, 8.
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(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set "ON" or "OFF" for turning
on or off the antenna power.
Figure 7. Main Menu
Figure 8. Version Info
4.2 SETUP
Set the system settings of STB. See Figure 9.
4.2.1 Installation
Set about receiving and playing program settings of STB. See
Figure 10.
4.2.1.2 Country Setting
Set the country for Auto Scan, Manual Scan and Time Zone.
Change the Country Setting will automatically change the
default Time Zone value. Country Setting also has default
Frequency and Bandwidth for Auto Scan.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Country Setting option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the Country.
4.2.1.3 OSD Language
Set the On Screen Display Language, please reference section 3.1..
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select OSD Language option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the language.
4.2.1.4 Audio Language
Set the audio language for watching program.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Audio Language option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the language.
4.2.1.5 Subtitle Language
Set the language for displaying subtitle.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Subtitle Language option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the language.
Figure 9. Main Menu, SETUP
Figure 10. Installation Page
4.2.1.1 Antenna Setting
Set the antenna power on or off at Installation page.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Antenna Setting option.
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4.2.1.6 Time Zone
Set the Time Zone for adjusting the system time. Some
Countries are covered with more than one Time Zone.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Time Zone option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the Time Zone value.
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4.2.1.7 Auto Scan
Auto Scan erases the database first, and scans default
frequency and bandwidth by Country Setting. Please check
the section 3.2. and 3.2.1. for more detail.
(1) Press <RED> button to start Auto Scan.
4.2.1.8 Manual Scan
Manual Scan adds the scanning results into database,
it doesn't erase any database. But user has to know the
Frequency and Bandwidth for scanning. If user scans
the same Frequency and Bandwidth more then once, the
programs will be duplicated. Please check the section 3.2. and
3.2.2. for more detail.
(1) Press <GREEN> button to start Manual Scan.
4.2.2 TV Setup
Setup the display mode for TV. See Figure 11.
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(1) Press <Up/Do wn> button to select TV Format option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set format.
4.2.2.2 TV Mode
Set PAL, NTSC or AUTO for display. AUTO will switch PAL or
NTSC by program content. This setting should be matched
with user‘s TV.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select TV Mode option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set mode.
4.2.2.3 OSD Transparency
Set the On Screen Display transparency. 1 is the most diaphanous.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select OSD Transparency option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set transparent value.
4.2.2.4 Banner Display Time
Set Banner displays time. Banner doesn't disappear when
setting "Always". It displays at
watching program. See Figure 12.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Banner Display Time option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the time.
Figure 11. TV Setup Page
4.2.2.1 TV Format
Set display format for watching program, such as 4:3 LB, 4:3
PS, 16:9 LB, 16:9FIT.
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Figure 12. Banner
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4.2.2.5 Video Output
Set the output method to TV.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Video Output option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the method.
4.2.2.6 Video Enhancement
Set the Video Enhancement
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Video Enhancement
option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set Video Enhancement.
(3) Press <Up/Down> button to select Flesh Tone or Black/
White Expansion.
(4) Press <Left/Right> button to set Flesh Tone and Black/
White Expansion.
Figure 13. Video Enhancement
4.2.3 Password
To setup password for channel lock or censorship lock. User
can change password here. The default PIN Code is 0000. See
Figure 14.
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Figure 14. Password Page
4.2.3.1 Channel Lock
Lock the channel (program) which has been set lock status by
password when turning on the Channel Lock. About setting
program lock status, please check the section 4.3.1.3. for
more detail. And lock many functions by password.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Channel Lock option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to turn on or off the lock setting.
4.2.3.2 Censorship Lock
Lock the program by password and censorship threshold. The
censorship info is in program content. Under the censorship
rating, user has to enter the password for watching program.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Censorship Lock option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to set the rating.
4.2.3.3 Change Password
Change the PIN Code. If user forget the PIN Code, please
contact the provider.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select Change Password option.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to trigger changing password.
(3) Press <0~9> button to enter old password.
(4) Press <0~9> button to enter new password.
(5) Press <0~9> button to confirm new password.
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If success, it will display PIN Code changed message. Or it
will display PIN Code Error message. See Figure 15 ~ 19.
Figure 15. Enter Old Password
4.2.4 Advance Timer
User can set event(s) for watching the program(s) by date, time
and frequency. When setting date and start time is up, STB will
automatically switch to program user sets. Setting here, the
start time and end time depend on current system time. Please
check the section 4.3.2.1 for more detail. See Figure 20
Figure 16. Enter New Password
Figure 20. Advance Timer Page
Figure 17. Confirm New Password
Figure 18. PIN Code Changed
Figure 19. PIN Code Error
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4.2.5 Data Transfer
Transfer code (application), database or both to PC or STB.
Transfer data by RS232 to PC, or from master STB to slave
STB. See Figure 21.
(1) Press <RED> button to set Target value.
(2) Press <GREEN> button to set Mode value.
(3) Press <OK> button to start transfer.
4.2.5.1 System Software Update
Update application and tsbootl by build-in card reader or USB
port. See Figure 21 ~ 24.
(1) Press <BLUE> button to enter file browser.
(2) Press <Left/Right/OK> button to change folder and focus
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*.crd file.
(3) Press <OK> button to start update.
Figure 25. Set Default
Figure 21. Data Transfer Page
Figure 23. Confirm to Start Update
Figure 22. System Software Update
4.3 TV/RADIO
There are two types of program. One is TV and the other is
Radio. The operation of the List and Guide at TV and Radio are
the same. Here using TV to be example. See Figure 27, 28.
Figure 24. Updating
4.2.6 Set Default
Reset STB to factory default. All settings by user has been
operated will be reset default, and database will be erased at
same time. See Figure 25, 26.
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Figure 26. Saving
Figure 27. Main Menu - TV
Figure 28. Main Menu-Radio
4.3.1 List
User can operate some functions in List. The result of operating
will be displayed. See Figure 29, 30.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Tool (operation).
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <RED/GREEN/YELLOW/1~8> button to operate.
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Buttons depend on operation.
Figure 33. Delete - Save
Figure 29. TV List
Figure 30. Radio List
4.3.1.1 Delete
Delete will delete the program perpetually from database .
User must rescan to recover it.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Delete option.
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <RED/GREEN> button to set delete status.
(4) Press <YELLOW > button to confirm the operation and
save the result.
Program status is changed after operating. And press <Left/
Right> button will confirm and save. See Figure 31 ~ 34.
4.3.1.2 Skip
Skip will skip the program by channel up/down when watching
program.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Skip option.
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <RED> button to set skip status.
(4) Press <YELLOW > button to confirm the operation and
save the result.
Program status is changed after operating. And press <Left/
Right> button will confirm and save. See Figure 35, 36.
Figure 35. Skip
Figure 31. Delete - Select
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Figure 32. Delete - Select All
Figure 34. Delete - Saving
Figure 36. Skip – Select
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Lock will confirm password before watching this program when
Channel Lock is turned on.
Please check the section 4.2.3.1. for more detail.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Lock option.
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <RED> button to set lock status.
(4) Press <YELLOW > button to confirm the operation and
save the result.
Program status is changed after operating. And press <Left/
Right> button will confirm and save. See Figure 37, 38.
Figure 37. Lock
Figure 39. Edit
Figure 40. Edit – Select
Figure 41. Edit - Editing
Figure 42. Edit – Editing
Figure 43. Edit - Done
Figure 44. Edit – Save
Figure 38. Lock – Select
4.3.1.4 Edit
User can use Edit to edit the program name, maximum length
is 16 characters.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Edit option.
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <RED> button to display program info page.
(4) Press <OK> button to edit program name.
(5) Press <Up/Down/Left/Right/OK> button to select the character.
(6) Press <RED>/<OK> button on “Save" button to return
program info page.
(7) Press <RED> button to save the editing and return to List.
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If press <exit> button at step (7), it returns to List without
saving. See Figure 39 ~ 44.
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4.3.1.5 Favorites
User can quickly channel up/down the favorite programs by
favorite filter. There are 8 kinds of favorite for user setting.
They are News, Sprot, Movie, Music, Shopping, Travel, Boy,
and Girl.
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Favorites option.
(2) Press <Up/Down> button to select the program.
(3) Press <1~8> button to set the kind of favorite.
(4) Press <YELLOW > button to confirm the operation and
save the result.
Program status is changed after operating. And press <Left/
Right> button will confirm and save. See Figure 45, 46.
(5) Press <GREEN/YELLOW> button to next or previous
match result.
See Figure 47 ~ 50.
Figure 47. Search
Figure 45. Favorites
Figure 46. Favorites – Set
4.3.1.6 Search
User can search the program name by partial keyword or
character(s)
(1) Press <Left/Right> button to select Search option.
(2) Press <RED> button to entry search page.
(3) Press <Up/Down/Left/Right/OK> button to input keyword or
character(s).
(4) Press <RED>/<OK> button on “Search” button to return
List. It will focus on the match result.
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Figure 48. Search character “U”
Figure 49. Search Result
Figure 50. Search Next
4.3.2 Guide
Guide is also naming EPG (Electronic Program Guide). Display
program info and events. TV and Radio Guide are the same.
See Figure 51 ~ 53.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select program.
(2) Press <Left/Right> button to change date.
(3) Press <GREEN/YELLOW> button to select event.
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(4) Press <BLUE> button to show event more detail.
Figure 51. TV Guide
Figure 52. Guide - Event
Figure 53. Guide - Event Detail
4.3.2.1 Book
Book will remain user to watch event user sets by date and
time. It is the same with Main Menu → SETUP → Advance
Timer, please check the section 4.2.4. for more detail. When
editing in Book, the Start Time and End Time are depended
on selected event. In Advance Timer, they are depended on
current system time.
(1) Press <Up/Down> button to select program.
(2) Press <GREEN/YELLOW> button to select event of program.
(3) Press <RED> button to enter Book page.
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(4) Press <Up/Down> button to select Event row user wants to
set or modify.
(5) Press <RED/GREEN> button to start edit or delete one event.
(6) Press <Up/Down> button to focus item user wants to modify.
(7) Press <Left/Right/0~9> button to change the data.
(8) Press <YELLOW> button to save. If conflict with itself or
other event, it displays conflict message.
If the date and time in the event are up, STB will automatically
switch to setting program in event. Press any key except
<Vol-/Vol+/mute> button, STB asks user to abort it or not at
watching program. User can delete the event while it isn’t at
running. See Figure 54 ~ 59.
Figure 54. Book Page
Figure 56. Book - Save
Figure 55. Book – Editing
Figure 57. Book – Delete
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Figure 58. Book - Conflict
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Figure 59. Abort
4.4 MULTIMEDIA
Multimedia must be used with build-in card reader or USB port.
Enter My Album and My Music, it displays “Initializing” when just
inserting device or “Device is not ready!” without device. See
Figure 60 ~ 61.
Figure 60. Multimedia
Figure 61. Device is not Ready!
4.4.1 My Album
My Album can display JPG photo and operate it. Remove
device when playing photo, it displays “Device is not ready!”
message and return to Main Menu. See Figure 62.
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Figure 62. Remove device when playing
4.4.1.1 Thumbnail
If there is no photo in device root folder, it will start at Thumbnail
mode. Or it will start at Folder mode. It displays JPG EXIF info
(Width, Height and Date) of selected photo. See Figure 63.
Figure 63. Thumbnail mode
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right> button to change selected photo
or page.
Press <RED/OK> button to zoom selected photo.
Press <GREEN> button to rotate selected photo.
Press <YELLOW> button to do slide show at current folder.
Press <BLUE> button to browse folders and files (photos).
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4.4.1.2 Folder
If there is no photo in device root folder, it will start at Folder mode.
Or it will start at Thumbnail mode. User can browser folders and
files. It also displays JPG EXIF info of selected photo. See Figure
64.
Press <GREEN> button to browse folders and files.
Press <YELLOW> button to zoom in the photo.
Press <BULE> button to zoom out the photo.
Press <Up/Down> button to display next or previous photo.
Press <exit> button to return Thumbnail mode.
User can zoom the photo with 25%, 50%, 100%, 150%, 200%.
If zooming greater then 100%, press <Up/Down/Left/Right>
button can move the photo. See Figure 67 ~ 69.
Figure 64. Folder mode
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right/OK> button to browse folders or files.
Press <OK> button to view (zoom) the selected photo.
Press <exit> button to return Thumbnail mode with photos in
current folder, or return Main Menu.
4.4.1.3 Zoom
View and zoom the photo at 100% from Thumbnail or Folder
mode. See Figure 65, 66.
Figure 65. Zoom - Decoding
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Figure 66. Zoom – Display
Figure 67. Zoom - 50%
Figure 68. Zoom - 150%
Figure 69. Zoom - 200%, moving Zoom
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4.4.1.4 Rotate
View and rotate/flip the photo from Thumbnail mode. See
Figure 70, 71.
Figure 74. Edit - Flip horizontal
Figure 70. Edit - Decoding
Figure 75. Edit - Flip vertical
Figure 71. Edit – Display
Press <RED> button, the photo will be rotated left.
Press <GREEN> button, the photo will be rotated right.
Press <YELLOW> button, the photo will be flipped horizontal.
Press <BLUE> button, the photo will be flipped vertical.
Press <exit> button to return Thumbnail mode.
After rotating or flipping the photo and return Thumbnail mode,
the result will display on Thumbnail mode. See Figure 72 ~ 76.
Figure 76. Thumbnail - After editing
4.4.1.5 Slide Show
Slide all photos in current folder from Thumbnail mode.
Figure 72. Edit - Rotate left
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Figure 73. Edit - Rotate right
Press <RED> button to play the slide show when pausing.
Press <GREEN> button to pause the slide show when playing.
Press <YELLOW> button to set repeating or once.
Press <BLUE> button to set the time interval between current
and next photo.
Press <Up/Down> button to next or previous photo right away.
See Figure 77 ~ 83.
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Figure 77. Slide Show - Play
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Figure 78. Slide Show – Pause
Figure 83. Slide Show – Slow
4.4.2 My Music
My Music can play MP3. Remove device when playing, it will
display “Device is not ready!” message, and return to Main
Menu. See Figure 84.
Figure 79. Slide Show - Repeat once
Figure 80. Slide Show – Repeat
Figure 84. Remove device when playing
Figure 81. Slide Show - Fast
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Figure 82. Slide Show – Medium
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right/OK> button to browse folders and
files (MP3).
Press <OK> button to play MP3 file.
Press <RED> button to play or stop MP3 file.
Press <GREEN> button to pause MP3 file.
Press <YELLOW> button to repeat selected MP3 file only.
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Press <BLUE> button to random play MP3 file in current folder.
Press <Left/Right> button to adjust volume while playing the MP3 file.
Press <mute> button to mute.
While playing the MP3, it displays progress, current playing
time, and total time. See Figure 85 ~ 92.
Figure 89. Random
Figure 85. Browse
Figure 90. Play and Volume
Figure 86. Play
Figure 91. Mute with volume
Figure 92. Mute
4.5 GAME
There two items in Game.
One is Gomoku, the other
is Calendar. See Figure
93.
Figure 87. Pause
Figure 88. Repeating
Figure 93. Game
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4.5.1 Gomoku
User can play with computer or someone else. See Figure 94, 95.
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right> button to set play mode and difficult.
Press <OK> button to start play Gomoku.
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right> button to select the position.
Press <OK> button to place the piece.
Figure 97. Change year
Figure 98. Change month
4.5.3 Calculator
Calculator can used for mathematical calculations.
Figure 94. Gomoku
Figure 95. Playing
4.5.2 Calendar
Calendar displays the year, month, and date. See Figure 96 ~ 98.
Press <Left/Right> to change year.
Press <Up/Down> to change month.
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right> button to move the focus to the
symbol you want.
Press <1~9> button to select 1~9 number.
Press <INFO> button to select.
Press <OK> button to calculate the answer.
Press <RED> button to do plus funtion.
Press <GREEN> button to do sub funtion.
Press <YELLOW> button to do multiply function.
Press <BLUE> button to do divide function
Press <EXIT> button to out calculator.
While use calculator to calculate number . See Figure 99 ~ 100.
Figure 96. Current Date
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Press <info> button to display banner to show program info.
Press <info> button when banner exist to display program more
detail info.
Figure 99. Calculating number
Figure 100. The answer
4.6 Normal Play
Normal Play means STB under watching TV or playing Radio.
See Figure 101, 102.
Figure 101. Normal Play - TV
Figure 104. Program Info
Figure 102. Normal Play – Radio
4.6.1 Information
Display program’s info or more detail info. Banner displays
the program No., favorite setting, current time, program name,
current and next event, lock, scramble, subtitle and teletext info.
More detail info displays about tuner info. See Figure 103, 104.
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Figure 103. Banner
4.6.2 Switch Program
User can channel up/down to switch program or input program
number.
Press <Ch Up/Ch Down> button to next or previous program.
Press <0~9/OK> button to switch program by inputting program
number.
If the input program number doesn’t exist, STB will ignore the
input. See Figure 105.
Figure 105. Input program number
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4.6.3 Program List
Display Program List with No., name, and state. And user can
switch program at here. See Figure 106. Press <OK> button to
display Program List.
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right/Page Up/Page Down> to preview
the program.
Press <OK/exit> to switch program or return last watching
program before pressing OK button.
Figure 107. Mute
Figure 108. Volume Bar
2.6.5 Pause
Pause video and audio. But it will be canceled by any input. See
Figure 109.
Press <pause> button to pause video and audio.
Figure 106. Program List
4.6.4 Volume
User can adjust the volume or mute. If adjust the volume with
mute, mute will be canceled. See Figure 107, 108.
Press <Vol-/Vol+> button to adjust the volume.
Press <mute> button to mute.
Figure 109. Pause
4.6.6 Audio
Switch Main or SAP sound channel. And switch output channel
with LR or L or R. If setting audio language at Main Menu →
Installation → Audio Language, the audio channel default
language will be chosen by setting. See Figure 110.
Press <audio> button to display the audio setting page.
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Press <Up/Down> button to select Channel or Sound Mode option.
Press <Left/Right> button to set the value.
Press <exit> button to exit the audio setting page.
4.6.8 Teletext
Display teletext on screen, the style of teletext may be different
by content provider. See Figure 113, 114.
Press <text> button to display the teletext setting page.
Press <Up/Down> button to select the teletext language, if the
program has teletext.
Press <OK/exit> button to exit the teletext setting page.
Press <0~9/Up/Down/Left/Right> button to change teletext
page, if teletext exists.
Figure 110. Audio Setting Page
4.6.7 Favorites
User can switch the same favorite program by favorite filter.
About favorites setting, please check the section 4.3.1.5. for
more detail. See Figure 111, 112.
Press <fav Up/fav Down> button to switch the favorite filter.
Press <Ch Up/Ch Down> button to switch the same favorite
program.
Figure 113. Teletext Setting Page
Figure 114. Teletext Sample
4.6.9 Subtitle
Display the subtitle on screen, the style of subtitle may be
different by content provider. See Figure 115, 116.
Press <subtitle> button to display subtitle setting page.
Press <Up/Down> button to select subtitle language, if the
program has subtitle.
Press <OK/exit> button to exit subtitle setting page.
Figure 111. Turn on favorite filter
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Figure 112. Turn off favorite filter
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4.6.11 Guide
About Guide detail, please check the section 4.3.2. for more detail.
Press <RED> button at normal play.
4.6.12List
About List detail, please check the section 4.3.1. for more detail.
Press <GREEN> button at normal play.
Figure 115. Subtitle Setting Page
Figure 116. Subtitle
4.6.10 Teletext Subtitle
Display subtitle by teletext, the style of the teletext subtitle may
be different by content provider. See Figure 117, 118.
Press <text/subtitle> button to display teletext or subtitle setting
page.
Press <Left/Right> button to select “TTX Subtitle”.
Press <Up/Down> button to select teletext subtitle language.
Press <OK/exit> button to exit the setting page.
4.6.13 Browse
Browse digest of programs on screen. It can display 9 programs
at once. The selected program is playing, others will display its
snapshot. See Figure 119
Press <YELLOW> button to display digest.
Press <Up/Down/Left/Right> button to browse program.
Press <OK> button to switch program and watch.
Press <exit> button to return the last watching program before
press yellow button.
Figure 119. Digest
Figure 117. TTX Subtitle in Teletext
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Figure 118. TTX Subtitle in Subtitle
4.6.14 Return
User can quick return the last watching program, also naming recall.
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Press <BLUE> button to switch last watching program from
current watching program.
4.6.15 Message
There are some messages to inform user the current condition.
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4.6.15.3 Service Scrambled
Program is scrambled for payment, contact the content
provider to know how to descramble it. See Figure 122.
4.6.15.1 No Signal
STB can’t get signal, for example, cable is disconnected. See
Figure 120.
Figure 122. Service Scrambled
4.6.15.4 Antenna Overload
The power of antenna is overload. See Figure 123.
Figure 120. No Signal
4.6.15.2 No Service
Program doesn’t have any content to play. See Figure 121.
Figure 123. Antenna Overload
4.6.15.5 HDTV not support
This STB doesn’t support HDTV. If the program content is
HDTV, STB will display this message.
See Figure 124.
Figure 121. No Service
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5. Technical Specifications
Tuner
Figure 124. HDTV Not Suppert
4.6.15.6 Locked
Program is locked by setting lock (please check the section
4.3.1.3.) and turning on password setting (please check the
section 4.2.3.1.). User must input correct password to watch
program. See Figure 125, 126.
MPEG Transport
Stream A/V
Decoding
Memory
Serial data interface
Power supply
Physical
Specification
Figure 125. Lock by password
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Connector
IEC-Type, IEC 169-2, Female
Frequency Range
74MHz to 230MHz (VHF)
470MHz to 862MHz (UHF)
Signal Level
40dBuV - 110dBuV
Demodulation
COFDM
Mode
2K, 8K
FEC mode
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8
Channel Bandwidth
6MHz/7MHz/8 MHz
Transport Stream
MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818
Profile Level
MPEG2 MP@ML
Input Rate
15 Mbit/s Max
Video Resolution
720 x 576(PAL), 720 x 480(NTSC),
Audio Decoding
MPEG/MusiCam LayerI&II
SDRAM
16Mbyte
FLASH
8Mbyte
Connector
USB type
Li-oN Battery
1950 mA
Supply voltage
12.6Volt
Charger
AC
Size
9.5x15.5x4.5 (cm)
Weight(Net)
0.5 Kg
90-240V
Figure 126. This channel is locked.
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Handling Precautions and Prohibitions of
Battery in Terrestrial Meter
Warning:
You are using Lithium ion batteries or Nickel metal hydride
batteries in the machine now, so please don't work under high
temperature or high pressure conditions. If the following items
happened, abnormal chemical reaction may occur which will lead
to the battery overheat, emit smoke, ignite and/or burst.
(1) Incinerate and dispose the battery in fire or heat it;
(2) pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects, strike it with a
hammer, or step on it;
(3) Immerse the battery with water or connect the positive(+) and negative(-)
terminals with a metal objects such as necklaces, hair pins, etc.
Notice:
The battery is only applicable to the charger which supplied or
appointed by the manufacturer of this machine.
The charging time should be minimum 5 hours for the first time,
and it should not be charged over 12 hours after the first time.
Please keep your machine off when the battery is charging.
The battery should be stored within a temperature range of 0℃ to 40℃.
When stored for a long period, charge the battery at least once
per half month so as to prevent over discharge.
The battery is expendable.
Handling:
Improper setting of new battery may lead to the battery burst.
Please use the battery only supplied by the manufacturer if you
want to change a new battery.
Please do not put the battery in fire or dispose it together with garbage.
Please contact the waste administrative institute in your place to
get the nearest battery collection station.
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