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Contents
Controls and Functional Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Front view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Rear view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Quick Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Your appliance in brief . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Summary of properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Contents of package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Safety and Environmental Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Connect receiver to TV set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Synchronise receiver and TV set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Add the receiver to the TV Home screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
First Steps (Installation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
To turn the receiver on or off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Operating the on-screen display (OSD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
First-time installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Change of channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Info banner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teletext . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Channel list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Favourites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Search for Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EPG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miscellaneous functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connect to TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Synchronise appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Add the receiver to the TV Home screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
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Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Video settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Menu settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Miscellaneous settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Restoring factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Security settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Encrypted Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Inserting the smart card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
About the CEC standard protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Attaching the receiver to another HDMI jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
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Controls and Functional Components
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Front view
LED
green: normal operation (appliance is on)
red:
appliance on stand-by
eyelet for attachment to rear side of TV
Rear view
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line in from satellite dish LNB IN
CI slot
line out to HDMI TV
12 V mains connection
Remote control
Important information
This satellite receiver is build to fit Philips flat TVs. Please consult the list of
Philips TV typenumbers on the packaging to see if your TV is suited for this
product.
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Your Philips TV has one of these two remote controls.
Both remote controls operate the satellite receiver.
Functions
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1. Standby on/off
To switch the TV on or back to standby.
Press Standby for 3 seconds to switch off the TV and the satellite receiver.
2. Colour buttons
- red : opens or closes the Picture & Sound menu
- green : opens or closes the Favourites lists
- yellow : opens or closes the Options menu
- blue : switches between TV or Radio channels
3. OPTIONS button
With OPTIONS you can open the Satellite receiver menu, the Setup menu.
4. Arrow buttons
Use the arrows to navigate the onscreen menus.
5. OK button
Confirms a selection
6. INFO button
Shows the info banner
7. P + / - Moves up or down a channel
- Navigates the Teletext pages
8. Number keys
Allow immediate channel selection
9. Volume
Turns the volume up or down
10. MUTE button
Mutes the sound or restore it
11. BACK button
- Cancels a process
- Quits the menu
12. GUIDE button
Displays the EPG page
13. HOME button
Opens the TV menu
14. TELETEXT button
Opens or closes Teletext
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Quick Start
Attention!
Take heed of the safety instructions, see page 55.
Mains and other connections and further steps to take are described on
page 58 and following.
Connect to TV
1. Attach satellite dish.
2. Attach HDMI cable.
3. Connect receiver to mains.
The receiver turns on automatically.
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Synchronise appliances
Add the receiver to the TV Home screen
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
Add the satellite receiver to the TV Home screen for easy selection.
Press Home.
Select Add your devices and press OK.
Press OK to start.
Select with the arrows the correct icon and press OK.
Select with the arrows the HDMI connector you used to connect the receiver and
press OK.
Press OK to close.
Now start the first-time receiver installation, see page 60.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Your TV comes with EasyLink set to On for automatic synchronisation. If this setting is set to Off, you need to set it back to On.
To operate the satellite receiver, you need to set EasyLink Remote Control to On.
Press Home.
Select Setup > Installation > Preferences > EasyLink and set it to On.
Select EasyLink Remote Control and set it to On.
Press Home to close the menu.
Select Watch TV and press OK.
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Your appliance in brief
Your new digital satellite receiver opens up the whole world of perfect quality television for you.
This manual will help you make optimal use of the many functions and possibilities of your new digital receiver.
Summary of properties
receives digital satellite signals
separate channel lists for TV and radio
supports both pay TV and free TV
up to 4 lists of favourites
Common Interface Module slot
automatic and manual channel scan
rapid channel scan
direct frequency entry
software update via satellite
easy-to-use Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
supports the CEC protocol via HDMI
on-screen display (OSD)
context-sensitive help
easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI)
extremely fast channel switching
Teletext
supports 4:3, 4:3 letterbox and 16:9 video formats
MPEG-2 digital and full DVB compatibility
MPEG-4 (AVC)
Contents of package
When you open the package check that it contains all the items below and that
nothing is damaged. The package contains:
receiver
pluggable power supply
HDMI cable
bracket for mounting on rear wall
instruction manual
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Safety and Environmental Protection
Read the following points prior to connecting and operating your receiver:
The appliance is intended for private use.
Only the functions described in this instruction manual may be carried out with
this device.
Keep the instruction manual ready at hand near the appliance.
Remember to include the instruction manual should you pass on the appliance
to someone else.
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Danger to children
Never leave children unattended with this device. Children have no sense of
danger when handling electric appliances.
Keep children away from packaging material. It causes danger of suffocation
when swallowed.
Danger caused by electricity
There are dangerous voltages inside the appliance. Never open the housing or
insert objects through the ventilation openings.
Do not expose the appliance to dripping or spray water. Prevent liquid from getting into the appliance. Immediately pull the plug if need be.
Do not place vases, cups or similar objects containing liquid on the appliance.
Do not operate the appliance in humid rooms (e.g. bathrooms) or in rooms
where there is a lot of dust.
Plug the unit's power supply into a properly installed and sufficiently fused
230 V wall outlet only.
Make sure there is ready access to the wall outlet in case you need to pull the
plug quickly.
Leads must neither be clamped nor squashed.
Do not operate the appliance if the unit or its leads are visibly damaged or after
you dropped it.
Immediately unplug the unit if an obvious problem (such as smoke etc.) occurs
during operation. Always pull at the plug and not at the lead.
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Do not put too much load on wall outlets and extensions because you otherwise run a risk of fire! Ask about the maximum admissible power consumption
when purchasing leads or outlets.
Unplug the power supply from its wall outlet to completely disconnect the unit
from the mains.
Always have qualified experts do receiver repairs or change receiver settings.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for accidents of the user if the device is
opened. Connecting other than the rated power sources or consumers may
cause unit malfunction or failure.
Do not modify the appliance.
Use provided cables and pluggable power supplies only.
Thunderstorms may damage appliances still connected to the mains. Always
unplug the power supply from the wall outlet when there is a thunderstorm.
Unplug the receiver from the mains and satellite connection if you intend not to
use for longer periods of time. This also applies to devices connected to the
receiver.
Danger of injuries by other causes
Do not let liquid leaking from batteries come into contact with the skin, eyes or
mucous membranes. If battery acid contacts your skin, immediately wash with
lots of water and consult a doctor.
Do not disassemble, short-ciremote controlit or throw batteries into the fire.
Ensure that leads cannot be tripped over.
Place of operation
Do not expose to extreme temperatures. Therefore:
- avoid exposure to direct sunlight or heat from radiators;
- leave a minimum clearance of approx. 40 cm above and to the sides.
- Do not cover the appliance with magazines, tablecloth, etc. Avoid the heat
being trapped inside the appliance! It may otherwise damage or set fire to
the unit!
Do not operate the appliance in close proximity to inflammable material such
as curtains, combustible liquids, etc.
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Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lit candles, on the appliance.
Opening the device results in loss of warranty.
Condensation water can be produced within the device, e.g. if the device is
brought from a cold to a warm environment. Wait for about one hour before
operating the receiver. After that time, the water will normally have evaporated.
The appliance has feet on its bottom side. Since the surfaces of furniture are
made of very different materials that a wide variety of care products is used on,
we cannot exclude the possibility of some of these substances or their ingredients soften or otherwise damage the feet. You may want to put some non-skid
material between the appliance and the surface it stands on.
Disposing of the appliance
When you find that the appliance is of no practical use any longer, contact your
local disposal authority or company about proper ways of disposal. Do not
throw the appliance into your normal household waste.
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Getting Started
Connect receiver to TV set
Attention!
Make sure all appliances are turned off before you connect them up.
First establish all other connections, then plug the power supply connector into
the mains socket. This is to avoid possible damage.
Take heed of the manuals describing the other units.
The satellite receiver provides no options of connecting other appliances such
as audio equipment.
Wiring diagram
Steps:
1. To connect to the satellite dish
X Attach the satellite cable to the receiver's antenna line in socket, LNB IN.
2. To connect to HDMI
X Use a HDMI cable to connect the receiver's HDMI socket with the TV set's HDMI
line in socket.
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3. To connect to the mains
Attention!
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2.
3.
4.
Connect receiver and mains socket with the pluggable power supply.
First of all, attach the power supply cord to the receiver's 12 V jack.
Connect the pluggable power supply to a power outlet.
Plugging the receiver's power supply plug into a wall outlet automatically turns on
the receiver.
Turn on the TV set.
Synchronise the receiver and TV set, see next section.
Synchronise receiver and TV set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Your TV comes with EasyLink set to On for automatic synchronisation. If this setting is set to Off, you need to set it back to On.
To operate the satellite receiver, you need to set EasyLink Remote Control to On.
Press Home.
Select Setup > Installation > Preferences > EasyLink and set it to On.
Select EasyLink Remote Control and set it to On.
Press Home to close the menu.
Select Watch TV and press OK.
Add the receiver to the TV Home screen
Add the satellite receiver to the TV Home screen for easy selection.
Press Home.
Select Add your devices and press OK.
Press OK to start.
Select with the arrows the correct icon and press OK.
Select with the arrows the HDMI connector you used to connect the receiver and
press OK.
6. Press OK to close.
Now start the first-time receiver installation, see page 60.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
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Plug the appliance into a properly installed 230 VAC, 50 Hz wall outlet only. Do
not turn on the appliance until all other connections are made.
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First Steps (Installation)
To turn the receiver on or off
1. Turn on the TV set the receiver is connected to.
2. Press HOME to open the Home menu and select the icon you chose for the
satellite receiver and press OK.
3. When you switch the TV in Standby, the satellite receiver will switch of in Standby
a few seconds later.
4. When you switch the TV in Standby while the satellite receiver was on screen, the
satellite receiver will come back on when you switch the TV on again.
No need to switch to the receiver in the Home menu.
Operating the on-screen display (OSD)
The on-screen menu (referred to as on-screen display = OSD) lets you change
the TV settings via the remote control.
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Note: Also read the info and help texts shown on the screen.
This is how you use the on-screen display functionality:
To navigate the OSD or to select menu items press the
 arrows on
your remote control as appropriate. Selected items will be highlighted.
To confirm a selection press OK. The selected menu item is now run or executed.
To hide the OSD or to quit a menu press BACK.
The red, the green, the yellow and the blue colour buttons on the remote control have various functions assigned to them which depend on the menu currently on the screen.
Go by the colour of the OSD icons: a red, green, yellow or blue icon is controlled by remote control button of that colour.
At the bottom edge of every OSD screen, you will see notes as to which controls you must press to make any settings using the current menu.
First-time installation
When you turn on the receiver for the first time you will see the First-Time Installation page.
1. Press OK to confirm.
The First Time Installation page is displayed.
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2. Press the arrow buttons to select a menu language and confirm your choice by
pressing OK.
3. Press the arrow buttons to select your country of residence and the screen format
of your TV set.
4. Select the OK button shown at the bottom of the screen and press OK.
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Note: You will normally find that the default settings are acceptable as they are.
You can also change the settings at any later time, see as of page 75.
5. Choose the correct LNB settings to match your satellite dish product.
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Note: For LNB setup details refer to Page 70. If you have a single-dish satellite
system that points to Astra 1 (19.2°) like that of most satellite equipment users,
you do not need to change any of the defaults.
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6. Select OK and press OK.
The Automatic Search page is displayed.
7. Choose the set of channels to be searched for: All, Pay TV only or Free TV only.
8. Select OK and press OK.
This will start the channel scan. Its progress is shown on the screen.
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Note: You can press BACK to abort the scan at any time.
An on-screen message will tell you when the scan is complete.
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9. Press OK to exit the first-time installation wizard.
10. Press OK again to start watching a programme.
Welcome to the world of digital television!
Following first-time installation, the receiver will switch to the first free TV channel
it finds on the channel list.
Operation
There are various ways of changing channels:
Press P + or P - .
Press number keys "1" and "2" to select channel number "0012", for example.
Pick the channel straight from the channel list, see page 65.
Volume
Press VOLUME + or - to turn up or down the volume.
The new volume setting will be shown as a bar graph for a couple of seconds.
Press the Mute button to turn off the sound altogether. Pressing the button
again un-mutes the sound and restores the previous volume.
Info banner
The info banner is automatically displayed every time you change channels.
1. To see the info banner without changing channels press INFO on the remote control.
The info banner displays the selected channel number and the station. At the left
banner edge you can also see the current time.
The progress bar to the right of the time tells you how far a programme has got.
The lines at the bottom show the current and next programmes and their time of
broadcast. After several seconds, the information banner is automatically hidden
again.
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Note: You can set the time the info banner is shown and whether or not it is to
automatically appear at all, see page 79.
While the info banner is on the screen, press INFO again to extend the banner
and display further details of the current programme.
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Please note:
More extensive texts are distributed to several pages. Repeatedly press OK (or
try the and arrows) to browse the pages.
To view information about the next programme, press INFO or the
arrow.
Then press  to return to the info page of the current programme.
2. BACK closes the info banner.
Options
Some stations give you a choice of several camera perspectives, sound tracks
and/or Teletext.
You should therefore check the programme's info banner: OPT in the right corner
is telling you that you have one or several of the above options.
In this case you have a choice of video or audio channels or Teletext pages or
any combination of these.
Example: audio selection
How to use the options:
1. Switch to a programme and its info banner.
2. Press the yellow colour button (= OPT).
 arrows to select an option as appropriate, then press OK to
3. Press the
confirm. The option is enabled and the options page is closed.
XX Note: You may find that both a view and an audio track can be selected. In this
case, repeatedly press the yellow colour button to get to the option you wish to
change.
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1. Press the TELETEXT button to display Teletext.
The colour-coded Teletext areas are available by pressing the appropriate colour button on the remote control.
Use the number keys to enter the number of the page you wish to directly go to.
Press the
or
arrow to go to the previous or next page.
Pressing P + or P – takes you 100 pages forward or 100 pages back to the next
full one-hundredth page, e.g. 462 > 400 > 300 etc.
Press INFO to go straight to page 100, or GUIDE to go to page 300.
Sub-pages, if any, are displayed by pressing the red or green colour button.
Pressing the yellow colour button interrupts the automatic turning of sub-pages
(e. g. page 3/6).
Contents pages (e.g. pages 100, 200, etc.) show lists of topics each of which
can be selected by pressing the or arrows; then press OK to go straight to
the selected topic page.
Repeatedly pressing the TELETEXT button turns the Teletext page into a
transparent "film" on top of the TV image. Press the TELETEXT button again
to hide the Teletext page altogether.
2. Pressing BACK immediately disables the Teletext function.
Channel list
1. While watching normal television, press OK to display the channel list.
This list contains all TV channels the appliance has found and stored when scanning for channels.
Please note:
Pressing the green button (Favourites) while the channel list is on the screen
browses any lists of favourites you may have defined. These personalised lists
of TV channels only contain your favourite stations. For further information see
page 66.
A key next to a station name is telling you that programmes on this channel are
encrypted and require the correct smart card to be able to watch them.
Pressing the blue button lists all the radio stations found by the channel search.
2. Press the

arrows to pick a channel from the list.
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Pressing or
selects the next or previous channel on the list.
Pressing  or
takes you eight entries up or down the list.
3. When you have found the channel you were looking for, press OK to accept your
choice.
Favourites
Creating favourites list(s)
Your receiver supports up to four favourites lists. These are lists of favourite
channels you can pick and choose yourself, that is to say, they only contain the
channels you actually wish to watch.
For instance, you could create a list of sports channels, another one for entertainment, and a third one containing political magazines. Or, every member of the
family can have his or her own "favourites list".
Please note:
All favourites lists are created in the same way.
The same applies to radio stations that another up to four lists of favourites can
be defined for. For radio and radio station details see page 73.
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. Press the or arrows to pick Sort Channels and OK to accept.
3. Select one of the entries, e.g. Favourites 1, and press OK to confirm.
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Note: If your list of TV channels is very long you may wish to filter it for a less cumbersome number of entries. Press the yellow colour button. For further information
on filtering see page 69.
4. First press the or arrow to pick a channel from the list on the left, then press
OK to accept.
An asterisk is annexed to the entry, and the channel is added to the TV Favourites on the right.
5. Repeat the above step to add other channels to your list of favourites.
6. The same method applies to radio stations: to include radio stations in your list of
favourites, first press the blue button, the do as before.
7. When you are finished press BACK.
8. When asked whether to save your changes press OK to confirm that you do.
Moving channels
You can individually adapt the sequence of channels within the favourites lists.
1. On the Sort TV Channels page, press the green colour button to go from the left
to the right list panel.
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2. Press the
 arrows to select the channel you wish to move.
3. Press OK. The station name is indented and highlighted.
 arrows to move the channel up or down the list.
4. Press the
5. Press OK to drop the channel at its new position.
Deleting favourites
1. On the Sort TV Channels page, press the green colour button to go from the left
to the right list panel.
2. Press the or arrows to select the channel to be removed from the list.
3. Press the appropriate colour button as follows:
red:
removes the selected channel
yellow:
clears the entire list of favourites
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Note: Pressing the yellow colour button will only clear the current list of favourites.
The channels are still on any other favourites lists you may have defined and on
the "all channels list", though.
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Filtering channels
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Filtering helps you define your lists of favourites by extracting only a subset of TV
or radio stations and sorting them by the criteria you specify. The resulting list is
clearer and more structured.
1. On the Sort TV Channels page, press the yellow colour button.
The following page will appear:
2. First press the or arrows to move up and down the list of options, then press
 or to set the selected option as appropriate.
3. Select OK and press OK.
You will be returned to the Sort Channels page where the selected criteria are
shown at the top of the page. You are now ready to create your list of favourites.
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Note: Filters are defined for temporary use and are not stored. Thus, when you
close the Sort TV Channels page, all filter settings will be lost.
Working with favourites lists
The favourites lists (four for TV and four for radio) are available during normal TV
and radio operation.
1. Press the green button repeatedly until the desired list is shown.
2. Press the or arrow to pick a channel, then press OK to accept.
Search for Channels
Scan modes
Following first-time installation, see page 60, it may be necessary to scan afresh,
e.g. to search for new channels.
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. First press the or arrow to pick Search for Channels from the menu, then
press OK to confirm.
3. Press the or arrow to choose one of the scan modes and repeatedly press
OK until the selected scan is started.
The following scan mode options are available:
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Automatic search - convenient scan which finds most of the channels.
Manual search - manual scan that lets you find individual channels e.g. by
specifying the frequencies to be scanned or by limiting the search to a single
satellite.
When the scan is complete you will be told whether and how many channels were
found.
arrow to tell the unit to
4. Press the  or
add the new channels to the old list (default),
overwrite the old list of channels,
discard all newly found channels.
5. Press OK when you are done.
LNB settings
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Note: You only need to adapt these settings if your receiver is attached to satellite
equipment featuring its own receiver units or multi-switches. Moreover, the LNB
of your satellite dish should support digital signals. By the way, LNB stands for
Low Noise Block Converter which is an electronic component located at the focal
point of the satellite antenna.
DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) allows the receiver to control the
receiver units and multi-switches to receive signals from up to 4 different satellite
antennas.
You first need to tell the receiver where to find which satellite, though.
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. First press the or arrow to pick Search for Channels from the menu, then
press OK to confirm.
3. Press the or arrow to pick LNB Settings from the menu, then press OK to
confirm.
The following page will appear:
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DiSEqC 1.0: Your satellite equipment receives signals from 2 to 4 satellites.
Multi-switches interconnect the satellite antennas. All LNBs are supplied with
power. Positions A to D are available. DiSEqC 1.0 is the default setting.
LNB power off: Power is not supplied to the LNBs. Irrespective of the adjustment of your satellite system, your digital receiver can only receive the signals
of one satellite. Only position A is available.
No DiSEqC: Your SAT installation points to a single satellite only. The LNB is
supplied with power. DiSEqC control signals are off. Only position A is available.
Toneburst: Your SAT installation receives signals from two satellites. Both
LNBs are supplied with power. Positions A and B are available.
DiSEqC sequence
Press the  or
arrow to specify how often the digital receiver is to send the
DiSEqC signal to the satellite equipment. The correct value corresponds to the
number of multi-switches installed in your SAT equipment.
Options are to Send once, Send twice and Send three times.
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Note: The receiver will separately send the DiSEqC sequence to each of the
multi-switches installed in the SAT equipment, i.e. three times if 3 multi-switches
are in place.
Positions A to D
Shows the satellites the receiver is attached to. In most cases, Position A is set
to Astra 1 (19.2°E) because this satellite broadcasts almost all favourite Central
European channels.
To add satellites:
1. Adjust your LNB control and DiSEqC sequence to match your satellite equipment.
2. Select Position B (C, D) and press OK.
3. Press the  or arrow to select a satellite as appropriate (Astra, Hotbird, Turksat
etc.).
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Note: The low-band and high-band "LOF values" are set to defaults and need not
normally be changed. Change these values only if your satellite TV provider
requires it, for example. These settings will be retained even if the appliance's factory defaults are restored.
4. Press the or arrow to go first to the Low-Band-LOF and then to the HighBand-LOF box and enter the exact frequencies.
Enter the figures either using the arrow buttons or the numerical keys on the
remote control.
Press BACK followed by OK to acknowledge the prompt.
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Example
Eurobird
Astra + Sirius
Pos. A
Telstar
Pos. C
Pos. B
Pos. D
Multi-switch 1
Multi-switch 2
Multi-switch 3
The above schematic shows a satellite installation that can receive a total of 4
satellites: Astra, Sirius, Eurobird and Telstar.
Astra and Sirius are received by the same satellite antenna.
Eurobird and Telstar signals both come in through a separate satellite antenna.
Coax cables connect the four LNBs with the receiver with interfacing multiswitches in between.
Set LNB control to DiSEqC 1.0.
Set the DiSEqC sequence to Send twice because there are two multiswitches between each of the satellite antennae and the receiver.
Positions: Pos. A > Astra, Pos. B > Sirius, Pos. C > Eurobird and Pos. D >
Telstar.
EPG
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) provides an overview of the programmes the current channel will broadcast during the week ahead.
Please note:
Not all channels offer a complete EPG.
Many stations give a forecast of the day but do not offer detailed descriptions.
There are also TV stations that do not broadcast any EPG information.
1. Select a channel as appropriate.
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Note: The information will be downloaded bit by bit.
EPG options:
You can run the EPG as a single-channel or all-channel service.
To be shown more information about a programme, move the highlight to it
 arrows, then press INFO. Pressing INFO again will hide
using the
the additional information and return you to the programme guide.
Try pressing P + or P - to study the EPG of another channel.
Repeatedly pressing the Favourites button will reduce the list of channels to the
ones on the lists of favourites.
The blue button toggles between the EPG of TV and radio stations.
Pressing the colour buttons, e.g. "red" for the morning, restricts the time range
covered by the EPG.
3. Pressing BACK exits the EPG.
Radio mode
Your receiver also knows how to process digital radio signals broadcast via satellite. Please note:
The blue button toggles between TV and radio reception.
While listening to the radio, pressing OK will display a list of all radio stations.
This list basically works the same as the list of TV channels, see page 65.
Some radio stations provide an EPG which is operated in the same way as the
TV channel EPG, see page 72.
To change the audio format, press the red button to open the menu and press
the green button to change the format, see page 74.
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Miscellaneous functions
Restoring factory defaults
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
You can restore the appliance's factory defaults. Your own lists of favourites will
be cleared in the process.
Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
Press the or arrow to select Box Settings and press OK to confirm.
Press the or arrow to select Restore factory defaults and press OK to confirm.
arrow to change the setting to Yes and press OK to confirm.
Use the
The appliance will reset by switching itself off and back on briefly afterwards.
Do a first-time installation, see page 60.
Changing picture and sound settings directly
You can change the audio and video settings while listening to or watching a programme.
1. Just press the red colour button.
2. Make your changes as appropriate.
The red colour button controls Picture Scaling, i.e. the different screen formats.
Availability of this function depends on your general video settings, see
page 77, and the screen format of the programme you are watching.
The green colour button controls the available types of audio output (stereo,
mono, etc.).
The blue colour button controls the video resolution, i.e. the number of lines per
screen (576p, 576i, 720p or 1080i).
Displaying channel and system information
Whereas you will hardly ever need this information, it will be quite useful if you
do, e.g.:
to retrieve information about a channel or to check the strength and quality of
a channel signal,
to tell Technical Support the software version installed in your receiver and
other such information.
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. Press the or arrow to select Technical information and press OK to confirm.
3. Select Channel information or System information.
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Note: You cannot change any of the details. They are shown purely for information at this point.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Every time you turn on the receiver it checks for and automatically installs new
software updates. If it finds any, a message to that effect will be displayed on the
TV screen.
You can also run this function manually.
Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
Press the or arrow to select Technical information and press OK to confirm.
Choose System information and press OK to confirm.
Press the or arrow to select Software update and press OK to confirm.
Use the
arrow to change the setting to Yes and press OK to confirm.
This starts the search for new software. As soon as the procedure is ended, a corresponding system message is displayed on the screen.
Press OK.
Settings
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. Press the or arrow to select Settings and press OK to confirm.
The following page will appear:
3. Press the
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or
arrow to select one of the functions and press OK to run it.
Note: Do take heed of the on-screen info texts. They will help you make the right
decisions.
As per usual, the
 arrows select and change a setting, whereas a page
is closed by pressing BACK.
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Video settings
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Note: You cannot change the primary output.
HDTV video settings
This box summarises the current video settings. To change select HDTV video
settings and press OK.
Another page is displayed:
Picture format
Choose 16:9 / Widescreen TV if your receiver is connected to a widescreen set.
For a standard TV set select 4:3.
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Picture scaling
The picture scaling options depend depend on the picture format.
4:3 format
(standard set)
Picture scaling: Zoom
Picture scaling: Letter box 16:9
Picture scaling: Automatic
Picture scaling: Pan & Scan / CCO
Picture scaling: Pillar box
Picture scaling: Letter box 14:9
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16:9/Widescreen TV format
(widescreen set)
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Note: Check the manual of your TV set for supported options.
HD video resolution
Pick a HD video resolution as appropriate: 576p, 576i, 720p or 1080i.
A p following a figure is indicative of a "progressive" display which shows all
lines at once.
An i stands for "interlaced" where odd lines (1,3,5,7 etc.) appear first followed
by even lines (2,4,6,8 etc.). This technology builds picture from fields which the
sheer quantity of information renders almost invisible, though.
AFD automatic
The format of the picture received may differ from the one shown. If enabled (On),
AFD automatic will recognise and correct the picture as necessary.
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Language
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Note: The audio language and subtitles options are only available for programmes being broadcast in more than one language, i.e. they depend on the languages broadcast by the service provider.
Menu language
Set this option to the language you want the OSD (on-screen display) to appear
in. A wide range of languages is available, e.g. English, French, Spanish etc.
Audio language
Set this option to the language you wish to hear when listening to programmes.
Audio language #2
Select an optional second language you wish to hear when listening to programmes.
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Note: The programme will be automatically in Audio language #2 should the
Audio language you specified not be available.
Subtitles language
Select the language of any subtitles you may receive.
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Note: Selecting the first and second subtitle languages works the same as selecting the first and second audio languages.
Subtitles automatic
Set this option to On if you wish to automatically see subtitles received in the
selected subtitle language (default: Off). Some stations sometimes offer
extended subtitles for people with hearing problems, including texts describing
background sound, for example. To see these subtitles, change the setting to On
(impaired hearing).
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Info banner duration
Option to set the time the info banner, see page 63, will remain on the screen
when changing channels. Choose None to entirely suppress the info banner
when changing channels.
Info banner automatic
By default, the start of a new programme will invoke the info banner. Choose Off
to disable this automatic function.
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Note:
This option is available only if you set the Info banner duration to 4 seconds or
longer.
Menu language
Sets the OSD language.
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Note: This option is also available on the Language menu, see page 78.
Menu transparency
Sets the level of OSD transparency. If you have difficulties reading the transparent OSD texts, select None.
Menu transitions
Option saying how quickly menus will be displayed or hidden.
Menu background effect
Various effects are shown in the background of menus on the screen. If you do
not want this, set it to Off.
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Miscellaneous settings
Time zone adjustment
Tell the program to automatically set your local time vs. Greenwich mean time or
to let you set it yourself.
If you say Manual you will also have to set the Time zone (GMT) and specify
whether to automatically change to summer time /daylight saving time (DST) or
manually do that yourself also.
Choosing Automatic is telling the satellite receiver to change the clock accordingly. Options Time zone (GMT) and Summer time (DST) are not available in
that case.
Time zone (GMT)
Only if Time zone adjustment = Manual: Assuming you are in Central Europe
(e.g. in Germany) you would choose GMT +01:00 (to specify the difference
between your local time and Greenwich mean time).
Summer time/DST
Option to say whether clocks are to be put forward and back automatically (On)
or whether you want to take care of that yourself (only if Time zone adjustment
= Manual).
Audio format
Since your receiver picks up digital TV signals, some stations allow you to choose
from different audio tracks. The sound may be reproduced either in stereo or
mono.
Programmes in different languages may be broadcast on both audio tracks at a
time or with the spoken text for people with an impaired vision on one track. By
selecting the audio track you specify how the programme sound is to be played.
Determine your default audio format.
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Note: Setting a default audio format at this point still leaves you with the option of
pressing the yellow colour button later to quickly hop and change between available audio tracks.
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Dolby digital automatic
Choose On if your audio equipment is connected to a digital port on the TV set.
For further information, study the manual of your TV set.
The architecture of channels is dynamic because stations move to other frequencies or new channels come to life. To be able to watch all channels available, the
channel list is to be updated regularly.
Selecting None leaves it up to you when to perform a new channel scan.
If you choose Automatic, the receiver will regularly check for changes and
refresh the list of channels accordingly. In this case you can still specify when
the receiver is to scan for changed channels: when On or when in Stand-by
mode.
Automatic update in stand-by mode means that the receiver will automatically
refresh the list of channels at any suitable time.
Sorting
You can change the sort order of the channel list, see page 65.
Choose Sorting and set the sort options as appropriate.
Standby mode
Apart from "normal" stand-by there is an added Eco Mode which will consume
significantly less power (less than 1 W).
If Eco (Save Energy) is enabled, the receiver will start economy mode after
about 2 to 3 minutes.
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Note: Eco mode will only work if an antenna signal is put through to the receiver.
If the receiver is not connected to an antenna or if the signal is disturbed for any
reason, the receiver will only support "normal" stand-by.
Restoring factory settings
This function has already been described elsewhere, see page 74.
Security settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
This section describes the options of the Security menu.
To display the Security menu:
Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
Press the or arrow to select Security and press OK.
Use the numerical keys to enter your PIN (factory default: 0000). The numerals
you enter will be shown as # on the screen.
Press OK.
The following page will appear:
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Receiver lock
Enable this option to protect the appliance against unauthorised access.
The next time you turn on the receiver, you will be prompted for the PIN (the factory default PIN code is 0000).
Menu lock
Activate this option if you wish to protect the menu against unauthorised access.
The next time you access the menu page, you will be prompted for the PIN (the
factory default PIN code is 0000).
Parental control
Use this option to set a minimum ager for certain programmes. These programmes will then require a PIN to be unlocked for watching.
Change device PIN
1.
2.
3.
4.
This is where you specify your personal PIN code. For security reasons, the
numerals you enter will be shown as # on the screen.
Press OK.
Enter the current PIN code and press OK to confirm.
Enter the new PIN code and press OK to confirm.
To avoid mistakes by typing errors etc. you will be asked to enter the new PIN
again and press OK to confirm. A message will tell you if changing the PIN was
successful.
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Encrypted Access
Note: This function is only relevant to you if you own a smart card for receiving
encrypted channels.
To display the Encrypted Access menu:
1. Press OPTIONS and select Device menu and press OK.
2. Press the or arrow to select Encrypted Access and press OK to confirm.
3. Menu items Common Interface and CI Expert Settings let you make the appropriate settings.
Please note:
The actual functions controlled by the above menu items depend on your smart
card and CI module. The receiver has no influence on these menus, it only provides them to the user.
For further information please study the documents normally included in the CI
module and smart card packages.
Troubleshooting
Attention!
Safety first - Never repair defective or apparently defective units yourself.
You may encounter problems in every electronic appliance. However, these
problems need not be caused by a defect. Instead, they are often caused by bad
leads or plug-and-socket joints or by connections being incorrectly established.
Check the following points before contacting technical support.
Problem
Possible cause
To do
Appliance won't start
No mains voltage
Check connector cable and
pluggable power supply
No picture, no sound
No mains voltage
Check the cable and power
supply connector
No or incorrect channel list
Perform automatic channel
scan
Connection lost
Check connection
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Problem
Possible cause
To do
No or poor or blurred picture
HDMI jack not properly
plugged in
Check plug connection
Wrong channel parameters
Perform automatic scan, see
p. 69
Wrong screen format
Change format, see page 76
TV set and HDMI settings
don't match
Change settings, see p. 77
Wrong channel parameters
Perform automatic search,
see p. 69
HDMI jack not properly
plugged in
Check plug connection
Previously received channel
not available
Channel out of service
None
DECT telephone interference
Increase distance between
TV set and telephone
No response to remote control
commands
Object(s) between remote
control and receiver
Remove object(s)
Faulty data stream -> device
locks
Unplug power supply and replug after 10 seconds
Sound but no picture
Certain channels sometimes
not available
These channels have no 24 hr service and are sometimes not
available. This is not a fault.
Forgot your PIN
Use the master PIN: 8421
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General
DVB satellite receiver compatible to EN 300 307
Reed-Solomon decoder support (EN 300 421)
MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 data stream support:
ISO/IEC 13818-2 and ISO/IEC 14496-10
DVB video/audio support: ISO/IEC 13818-2, -3
Software update via satellite ("update over the air")
Basic
specifications
QPSK demodulation to DVB-S standard EN 302 307
Frequency range: 950…2150 MHz
Symbol rate: 2… 45 Msymbols (SCPC & MCPC)
Input RF level: 25... 65 dBm
LNB ratings
Band selection: 22 kHz
Polarity selection: 14/18 V
Sound burst mode
DiSEqC 1.0
Maximum LNB support of 300 mA
Input/
output
1x HDMI out
Common interface port
Power supply
230 VAC / 50 Hz to 12 VDC power supply plug
Consumption less than 20 W (less than 1 W in Eco standby)
Ambient conditions
Temperature +5 °C…+40 °C
Humidity: max. 85 % (relative)
The product complies with the following directives:
EN 55013
EN 55020
EN 60065
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Contact information
Type nr.
Serial nr.
Deutschland
01803 386 852 - € 0.09 / min
Österreich
0810 000 205 - € 0.07 / min
Suisse / Schweiz / Svizzera
0844 800 544 - Ortsgespräch
Appel local
Chiamata locale
Specifications are subject to change without notice
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or their respective owners
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