Model:LED222GS
LED TV
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
USER’S MANUAL
Safety Information
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacture’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided
for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at the plugs,
convenience receptacles, and at the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart or rack is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug the apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel
only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than
that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
WARNING:To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be placed on apparatus.
WARNING: The mains plug is used as disconnect device, the disconnect device shall
remain readily operable.
- This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of non-insulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock.
- Warning: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back) as
there are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
- The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Apparatus with class I construction shall be connected to a mains socket
outlet with a protective earthing connection.
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Important Safety Precautions
Please, immediately pull out the AC power
plug
from adapter if there is an abnormal sound or
smell or the LED TV has sound but no picture,
and contact after sales support.
The LED TV should be kept free from rain,
moisture and dust to prevent electrical
shock and
short circuits. Do not cover the ventilation
openings with table clothes, curtains,
newspapers, etc.
The LED TV should be kept from high
temperature heating sources or direct
sunlight. Good ventilation is required.
Allow 10 cm. between the LED TV and
other appliances or built-in cabinet walls.
When you wipe the front cabinet, please
make sure the power plug is pulled out and
use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth and handle it
with care. Do not repeatedly wipe the panel,
nor scrape, tap or strike the panel with a hard
object.
Do not wipe the LED TV with any petrol,
chemical or alcohol based solvents as it
will lead to product damage of the panel
and cabinet.
Important Safety Precautions
Do not place the LED TV on an unstable
surface.
Do not place the power cord or other cables
across a walkway in case it is trampled on. Do
not overload the power cord or power socket.
When the power plug is used to disconnect and
connect the device, it should easily go into the
power source.
Do not disassemble the back cover, as it
contains high voltages inside and will cause
electric shock. Only qualified professionals
should conduct internal adjustments,
maintenance, and checks.
The TV set should not be subjected to
water droplets, vapor, or splash. This
equipment should not be placed on objects
filled with liquids. Do not place flame
sources, such as lit candles, on or near the
LED TV. Please, pull out the power plug
and contact after sales support if there are
abnormal objects or water in the TV.
Pull out the power cord and antenna cable
during electrical storms so the LED TV is not
damaged by electrical surges. Keep all
people away from the antenna cable during
electrical storms.
When the television receiver is not used for an
extended period of time, it is advisable to disconnect
the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
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Ⅰ. Content
Safety Information
Important Safety Precautions
Ⅰ. CONTENT
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Ⅱ. Important safety Instruction
4~7
8~9
Ⅲ. Systems Connectionincl MMMI
10~13
Ⅳ. Remote-Control unit
14~16
Ⅴ. Main Menu User Guide
Source
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1. Picture menu
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1.1 Picture menu
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1.2 Function description
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1.2.1 Picture Mode
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1.2.2 Brightness
1.2.3 Contrast
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1.2.4 Sharpness
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1.2.5 Colour
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1.2.6 TINT
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1.2.7 Colour Temperature
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1.2.8 Aspect Ratio
1.2.9 Noise Reduction
2. Sound menu
2.1 Sound Menu
2.2 Function description
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2.2.1 Sound Mode
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2.2.2 Bass&Treble
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2.2.3 Balance
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2.2.4 Surround
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2.2.5 AVL
2.2.6 SPDIF
2.2.7 Audio Description
3. TV channel
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3.1 Channel user interface
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3.2 Function description
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3.2.1 Channel Manager
3.2.1.1 Delete/Skip/Lock
3.2.1.2 Swap Channel
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3.2.2 Favorite Management
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3.2.3 Country
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3.2.4 Auto Search
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3.2.5 Digital Manual Search
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3.2.6 Analog Manual Search
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3.2.7 Satellite System
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4. Feature menu
4.1 Feature menu
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4.2 Function description
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4.2.1 Lock
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4.2.2 Language
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4.2.3 Clock
4.2.4 Sleep Timer
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4.2.5 Auto Power Off
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4.2.6 Hearing impared
4.2.7 CI Info
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4.2.8 PVR/Timeshift
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5. Setup menu
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5.1 Setup menu
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5.2 Function description
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5.2.1 OSD Timer
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5.2.2 Auto SCART
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5.2.3 PC Setup
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5.2.4 Blue Screen
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5.2.5 Home Mode
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5.2.6 Reset to Setting
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5.2.7 Software Upgrade
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VI. MULTIMEDIA
1. photo
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1.1 Format supported
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1.2 Function introduction
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1.2.1 Playback
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1.2.2 Thumbnails
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2. MUSIC
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2.1 Format Supported
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2.2 Function introduction
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2.2.1 Playback
3. Movie
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3.1 Format supported
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3.2 Function introduction
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3.2.1 Playback
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4. eBOOK
4.1 Format supported
4.2 Function introduction
4.2.1 Playback
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VII.Other UI setup
1. EPG
1.1 EPG abstract
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1.2 Daily mode
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1.3 Weekly mode:
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1.4 Extended mode:
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2. CI setup
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2.2 Getting ci information
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2.3.1 Main Menu
2.3.2 Smart Card Management
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2.3.3 Subscription Information
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2.3.4 Morality level Setting
2.3.5 Change PIN Code
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2.3.6 System Information
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2.3.7 Language Setting
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2.3.8 Others
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3. 3. PVR For Euro DVB-T2/C/S2 Only
3.1 Pvr involved menus
3.1.1 PVR/Timeshift menu
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3.1.3 Timer menu
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3.1.4 Timer Edit menu
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3.1.5 Record List menu
3.1.6 REC info menu
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3.1.7 Timeshift info menu
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3.2.1 REC
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3.2.2 Timer REC
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3.2.3 Timeshift
3.3 RCE playback
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3.4 Restriction
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3.4.1 Device & File System
3.4.2 Power Lost or Device Disconnect
VIII. Built-in DVD Player Operation
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X.Troubleshooting
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IX.Specifications
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3.1.2 Partition List menu
3.2 REC
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2.1 Getting access to scambled channel
2.3 Details of ci information
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7. USA TV OSD Operating manual
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4. Auto installation
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5. Channel list menu
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6. Fav list menu
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Ⅱ.Important safety Instruction
3.TV Inputs & Outputs
1. TV Controls
DC
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
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1
CI
Satellite
Euro TV
Earphone
MINI
YPbPr
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, this button can not active under USA TV and can active by remote controller.
, this button can not active under USA TV and can
active by remote controller.
, this button can not active under USA TV and can active by remote controller.
, this button can not active under USA TV and can active by
remote controller.
2. Installation
Wall-mounting
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1.DC: DC input
2.VGA:ConnecttoacomputerVGA output jack
3.PC AUDIO: Connectto the audio output jack on a computer
4.SCART: Connecting for SCART signal
5. HDMI1(ARC):HDMIin
6. HDMI2 (MMMI) : HDMI In
7. USA TV: Connect to an Antenna or Cable (ATSC/NTSC)
8. COAXIAL: Co-axial Digital audio output
9. Satellite: Connect to external Satellite Reciever (Europe & Pacific Region Only)
10. Euro TV: Connect to external Antenna for Analog or Digital TV in ATV/DTV
Mode – (DVB-T2, CATV)
11. USB: USB input
12. Earphone: Connecting for headphone
13. MINI YPbPr: Connecting for the Y/Pb/Pr Input in Component mode
14. MINI AV: Connecting for VIDEO signal input in Composite mode.
15. CI: Used to insert the CI card
NOTE:
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Ⅲ.Systems Connection
3.HDMI (HDMI Cable Not included)
HDMI input: Use the SOURCE button on the remote control to select HDMI
NOTE: Please make sure the outputs have firm connections before connecting power.
DVD HDMI OUTPUT
(VGA and PC Audio Cable not included)
CI
1. PC
MINI
YPbPr
PC: Use the SOURCE button to select PC.
MINI
YPbPr
CI
Earphone
HDMI 1
Euro TV
Earphone
PC AUDIO
OUTPUT
VGA OUTPUT
Satellite
VGA OUTPUT
Satellite
Euro TV
DVD VGA
OUTPUT
DC
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
4. MINI YPbPr INPUT
DC
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
Video component input: Use the SOURCE button on the remote control to select YPbPr.
USA TV
2. MINI AV
Satellite
Euro TV
Satellite
Euro TV
Earphone
MINI
YPbPr
Earphone
CI
MINI
YPbPr
CI
Audio/video input: Use the SOURCE button to select AV on the
remote control.
DC
DC
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SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
USA TV
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7. COAXIAL OUTPUT
5. SCART INPUT(SCART Cable Not Included)
Allows connection of Digital audio systems and Surround Sound.
Use the SOURCE button on the remote controller to select SCART.
COAXIAL
Satellite
Euro TV
Euro TV
Earphone
DVD or VCR
Earphone
MINI
YPbPr
MINI
YPbPr
CI
CI
DVD or VCR back
Satellite
COAXIAL Cable (Not supplied)
DC
DC
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
USA TV
6. USB INPUT(USB Memory Stick not Included)
8. MMMI(HDMI Cable and Adaptor to Phone and Tablet Not Included)
Use the SOURCE button on the remote controller to select Media.
CI
Allows you to connect your Android or iOS phone or Tablet to display the mobile
device on the TV Screen.
Satellite
Satellite
Euro TV
Euro TV
Earphone
Earphone
MINI
YPbPr
MINI
YPbPr
CI
USB memory
DC
SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
DC
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SCART
HDMI 1
(ARC)
HDMI 2
(MMMI)
USA TV
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Ⅳ.Remote-Control unit
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2
POWER
MUTE
3
0-9
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SLEEP
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6
7
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10
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P.MODE
S.MODE
ASPECT
DISPLAY
SOURCE
MENU
EXIT
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OK
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SCAN
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25/26
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32
35
36
39/40
41/42
47/48
49/50
19/20
21/22
27/28
34
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38
37
45/46
43/44
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Press this button to go to desired position
Press to turn ON/OFF captions
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29/30
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SCAN
AUTO
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GOTO
CC
AUDIO
R(DELETE)
D.MENU
G(RENAME)
SETUP
Y(MOVE)
D.SISP
B(SKIP)
FAV
EPG
TIME SHIFT
REC.MENU
SUBTITLE
REVEAL
TEXT
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Ⅴ.Main Menu User Guide
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A-B
You can repeatedly play a given portion by operating as follows:
To press this button once to define the portionhead.
To press this button again to define the portion toe.
Then the portion will be played repeatedly.
To press this button again to return to normal playback.
SOURCE
INPUT
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Euro TV Digital (DTV)
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Euro TV Analog (ATV)
Press SOURCE button to display the input source list.
Press ▼/▲button to select the input source you want
to watch.
Press ENTER button to enter the input source.
AV
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SCART
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YPbPr
HDMI 1
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HDMI 2
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USA TV
PC
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MTS
When stereo program is received, press this button to
switch sound system between mono and stereo.
When SAP program is received, press this button to switch
sound system between mono and SAP. When stereo
and SAP program is received, press this button to switch
among mono, stereo and SAP.
Media
1.P icture Menu
ThischapterwilldescribethefunctionofPictureinmainmenu.
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1.1Picture Menu
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Itwillopenthemainmenubypressingdownthebutton“MENU”ontheremote.Thefocuswill
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movetothesubitemsinthePicturemenubypressingdownthebutton“RIGHT”andthen
functionsinthePicturecanbeset.ThePicturemenuisshownasfollows:
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TherangeandthedefaultvaluesofeverysubitemsinPicturemenuareshowninthefollowing
table:
P ict ur e M e n u
D e fa u lt
S e ct io n
V a lu e
I t em s
Standard,
Mild,Dynamic, User
Standard
Brightne ss
0~100
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Co ntrast
0~100
50
1.2.4
Sharpness
0~100
50
1.2.5
Co lour
0~100
50
1.2.6
Tint
0~100
50
1.2.7
Co lor Temp
Standard, Warm, Co ol
Standard
Aspect Ratio
Full;Auto 4:3 16:9
Zo om1 Zo om2
Panorama Just Scan
1.2.1
Picture Mo de
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.8
1.2.9
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No ise Re duction
Off,Lo w,Middle ,High
Full
Middle
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TheresultoftheactionpressingdownsomebuttonwheninPicturemenu:
1.2.2 Brightness
1) The overall brightness level of the picture. the higher, the brighter.
2) Key Operation
Ke y S trok e
1.2 FunctionDescription
A ct ion
KEY_UP
Enter backlight adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter contrast adjusting
KEY_LEFT
D ecre ase the value of brightness, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Incre ase the value of brightness, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Me nu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Me nu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
1.2.3 Contrast
1.2.1Picture Mode
1)The difference in color and light between parts of an image. The higher, the difference
that the user feel stronger.
2)Key Operation
Key Stroke
Act ion
Selecting Picture Mode – Standard,Mild,Dynamic or User is the same as the function when
pressing button KEY_PICTURE_MOD on the remote.
KEY_UP
Enter brightness adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter sharpness adjusting
Key Operation
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of contrast, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of contrast, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
Key
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list currently,
then highlight the first one. Adjust the current value and save it
momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu will be
cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
KEY_RIGHT
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu will be
cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
KEY_OK
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu will be
cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
KEY_MENU
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu will be
cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
KEY_EXIT
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Action
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button currently, then
highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the current value and save it
momentarily.
Exit Main Menu.
1.2.4 Sharpness
1)The sharpness of picture. The higher, the more distinct user feels and there is to be more
sawtooth and burr.
2)Key Operation
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Key Stroke
Act ion
KEY_UP
Enter contrast adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter colour adjusting
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of sharpness, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of sharpness, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
Key Stroke
Act ion
KEY_UP
Enter colour adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter backlight adjusting
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of tint, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of tint, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
1.2.7 Colour Temperature
1.2.5 Colour
1)The vividness of color. The higher, the stronger.
2)Key Operation
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
Act ion
Enter sharpness adjusting
Enter tint adjusting only when Picture Mode is User and
KEY_DOWN
current source pattern is NTSC. Otherwise enter brightness
adjusting.
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of saturation, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of saturation, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
1)Color temperature adjusting. There are three choices:standard、warm、cool.
2)Key Operation
Key Stroke
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Picture Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
KEY_UP
currently, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
current value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
1)TINT adjusting. It is not available unless Picture Mode is set to be user and the current
TV system is NTSC.
1)Key Operation
KEY_OK
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
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currently, then highlight the first one. Adjust the current value
and save it momentarily.
1.2.6 TINT
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
Exit Main Menu.
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1.2.8Aspect Ratio
K e y S tr ok e
A ct ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
currently, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
current value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
currently, then highlight the first one. Adjust the curre nt value
and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
1) Aspect Ratio – Auto,4:3,16:9,Zoom1,Zoom2or Panorama is the same as the function
when pressing button KEY_ASPECT on the remote.
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
2) Key Operation
Key
Act ion
KEY_MENU
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
curre ntly, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
KEY_EXIT
The curre nt fo cused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt fo cused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt fo cused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt fo cused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
Exit Main Me nu.
curre nt value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
curre ntly, then highlight the first one. Adjust the curre nt
value and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
2. Sound Menu
This chapter will describe the function of Sound in mainmenu.
2.1 Sound Menu
It will open the mainmenu by pressing down the button “MENU” and then press the button
“down” on the remote. The focus will move to the sub items in the Sound menu by pressing
will be cleaned, then back to Picture menu.
down the button “RIGHT” and then functions in the Sound can be set. The Sound menu is
Exit Main Menu.
shown as follows:
1.2.9 Noise Reduction
1) Noise reduction of the picture. To reduce noise and improve the appearance of the picture.
No noise reduction operation if it’s ”off”. From Low->Middle->High, noise reduction effects
better but it will cause a blur on picture.
2) Key Operation
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The range and the default values of every sub items in Sound menu are shown in the
Selecting Sound Mode - Standard, Movie, Music, Speech or User is the same as the function
following table:
when pressing button KEY_SOUND_MOD on the remote. Default values are as follows
S e c t io n
2.2.1
S o u nd M e n u
I t em s
Sound Mode
D e fa u lt
V a lu e
Standard,Movie,Music, Standard
Speech,User
Sou nd Mode
( Bass, Treble)
Standard
(50, 50)
Movie
(80, 60)
2.2.2
Bass
0~100
50
Music
(60, 30)
2.2.3
Treble
0~100
50
Speech
(40 , 60)
2.2.4
Balance
-50~50
0
User
(50, 50)
2.2.5
Surround
Off,On
Off
2.2.6
AVL
Off,On
Off
2.2.7
SPDIF
Off,PCM,Auto
Off
2.2.8
Audio Description
“ENTER”
Key Operation
K e y S tr o k e
A c t io n
Highlight the previo us s ub ite m . If it is the firs t button
KEY_UP
c urre ntly, then highlight the las t o ne in the lis t. Adjust the
c urre nt value and s ave it m om entarily.
The result of the action pressing down some button when in Sound menu:
K e y S tr o k e
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
KEY_LEFT
Highlight the next s ub item . If it is the las t button in the lis t
KEY_DOWN
Highlight the previo us sub item. If it is the firs t button c urre ntly,
KEY_LEFT
then highlight the las t one in the list.
Highlight the next s ub item. If it is the las t button in the list
KEY_RIGHT
c urre ntly, then highlight the firs t o ne .
B ac k to main menu
KEY_OK
If the c urre nt fo cus s ub item is ” Sound Mo de”/” Surro und” / ”
KEY_RIGHT
Stable So und”,a popup menu will appear fo r user to make
c urre ntly, then highlight the firs t o ne . Adjust the c urre nt
value and save it m om entarily.
A c t io n
KEY_MENU
The c urre nt fo cus ed value will be s elec ted and popup m enu
will be cle aned, then back to So und m enu.
The c urre nt fo cus ed value will be s elec ted and popup m enu
will be cle aned, then back to So und m enu.
The c urre nt fo cus ed value will be s elec ted and popup m enu
will be cle aned, then back to So und m enu.
The c urre nt fo cus ed value will be s elec ted and popup m enu
will be cle aned, then back to So und m enu.
further choice. If not, main menu will be c leaned fo r new “adjust
menu”.
KEY_OK
Sam e as KEY_RIGHT.
KEY_MENU
B ac k to main menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
2.2 Function Description
2.2.1 Sound Mode
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Me nu.
2.2.2 Bass&Treble
1)Bass: the bass of the output sound; Treble: the treble of the output sound.
2)Key Operation
Key Stroke
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Act ion
KEY_UP
Enter Bass/Treble/Balance adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter Bass/Treble/Balance adjusting
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of Bass/Treble, minimum value is 0
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of Bass/Treble, maximum value is 100
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Sound Menu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Sound Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
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Notes when changing Sound Mode, if Mute function is on and the UI looks as follows,the
Mute function will be truned off so that the user can feel the difference in different sound mode.
Key Stroke
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
currently, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
current value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
currently, then highlight the first one. Adjust the curre nt value
and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
2.2.3 Balance
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
Balance between the left and right track of the output sound. if balance is negative, the
sound in the left track is louder. If balance is positive, the sound in the right track is louder.
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
Key Operation:
Key Stroke
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
Exit Main Menu.
Act ion
KEY_UP
Enter Bass/Treble/Balance adjusting
KEY_DOWN
Enter Bass/Treble/Balance adjusting
KEY_LEFT
Decrease the value of Balance, minimum value is -50
KEY_RIGHT
Increase the value of Balance, maximum value is 50
KEY_OK
Close adjust menu and back to Sound Menu
KEY_MENU
Close adjust menu and back to Sound Menu
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
2.4.5 AVL
2.4.4 Surround
1) Switch for AVL function
2) Key Operation
Ke y S trok e
A ct ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
currently, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
current value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
currently, then highlight the first one. Adjust the curre nt value
and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
1) Switch for Surround function
2) Key Operation
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
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The curre nt focused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
The curre nt focused value will be se lected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
Exit Main Me nu.
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2.4.6 SPDIF
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
No Function
KEY_DOWN
No Function
KEY_LEFT
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
It will enter sub menu to swith the mode of Audio De scription.
KEY_OK
It will enter sub menu to swith the mode of Audio De scription.
KEY_EXIT
K e y S tr o k e
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_MENU
1) Switch for SPDIF function
2) Key Operation
Act ion
The curre nt focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
Exit Main Menu.
A c t io n
Hig hlig h t th e p revio u s s ub item . If it is th e firs t b u tton
KE Y_ U P
cu rren tly, th en h ig hlig h t th e las t on e in th e lis t. Ad ju st th e
cu rren t valu e an d s ave it m om en tarily.
Hig hlig h t th e n ext s ub item . If it is th e las t b utton in th e lis t
KE Y_ DOW N
cu rren tly, th en h ig hlig h t th e firs t on e. Ad ju st th e c urre nt valu e
an d s ave it m om en tarily.
KE Y_ LE FT
KE Y_ RIGHT
KE Y_ OK
KE Y_ ME NU
KE Y_ E XIT
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to So un d m en u .
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to So un d m en u .
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to So un d m en u .
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
1) Switch for Audio Description function
2) Key Operation
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to So un d m en u .
Exit Main Me nu.
Key Stroke
Action
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
currently,then highlightthe last one in the list. Adjust the
currentvalueand saveit momentarily.
2.4.7 Audio Description
Highlightthe next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
This is to facilitate for the disabilities whose eyes are not good.
KEY_DOWN
currently,t hen highlightthe firstone.Adjustthe currentvalue
and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
KEY_MENU
1) Switch for Audio Description function
2) Key Operation
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KEY_EXIT
The currentfocusedvalue will be selectedand popup menu
will be cleaned,then back to AudioDescriptionmenu.
The currentfocusedvalue will be selectedand popup menu
will be cleaned,then back to AudioDescriptionmenu.
The currentfocusedvalue will be selectedand popup menu
will be cleaned,then back to AudioDescriptionmenu.
The currentfocusedvalue will be selectedand popup menu
will be cleaned,then back to AudioDescriptionmenu.
Exit Main Menu.
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There are following functions in this page:
Channel Management: To manage (Delete/Rename/Swap/Lock/Skip) all channels;
Favorite Management: To manage (Add/Delete) Favorite channels;
Country: To select country;
TV connection: To select the DTV signal mode(Air/Cable/Satellite);
Auto Search: To select auto search mode (All/Digital/Analogue);
Digital Manual Search: To search digital channel by entering parameters manually(only for
Air/Cable);
Analogue Manual Search: To search analogue channel by entering parameters manually
(only for ATV);
Satellite System: To enter the satellite system setting menu.
1) Switch for Audio Description function
2) Key Operation
Key Stroke
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
KEY_UP
currently, then highlight the last one in the list. Adjust the
3.2 Function Description
3.2.1 Channel Manager
Press “ENTER” or “RIGHT” key on “Channel management” of “Channel” page in ATV or
DTV source. The operation interface shows as follow:
current value and save it momentarily.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
KEY_DOWN
currently, then highlight the first one. Adjust the current value
and save it momentarily.
KEY_LEFT
KEY_RIGHT
KEY_OK
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
In mode,it will enter sub menu to swith the mode of Audio
Description.In volume,it will enter sub menu to adjust volume.
In mode,it will enter sub menu to swith the mode of Audio
Description.In volume,it will enter sub menu to adjust volume.
The current focused value will be selected and popup menu
will be cleaned, then back to Sound menu.
Exit Main Menu.
3.2.1.1 Delete/Skip/Lock
1) Press “UP (▲)” and “DOWN (▼)” key to select the programs to be deleted and press
“RED”, “GREEN” or “YELLOW” key to mark them as following:
3.TV Channel
3.1 Channel User Interface
Press “Menu” “Down(▼)” “Down(▼)” “Right(►)” to enter channel operation
user interface in ATV/DTV/Radio Source as follows:
2) After marking press “MENU” key to save the result.
3.2.1.2 Swap Channel
Select the program to be swapped and press “BLUE” key, the selected program will Blink
and them select another program and press “BLUE” key to swap them.
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3.2.2 Favorite Management
1) Press “ENTER” or “RIGHT” key on “Favorite management” of “Channel” page in ATV or DTV
source. The operation interface shows as follow:
K e y S tr o k e
A c t io n
Hig hlig h t th e p revio u s s ub item . If it is th e firs t b u tton
KE Y_ UP
cu rren tly, th en h ig hlig h t th e las t on e in th e lis t. Ad ju st th e
cu rren t valu e an d s ave it m om en tarily.
Hig hlig h t th e n ext s ub item . If it is th e las t b utton in th e lis t
KE Y_ DOW N
cu rren tly, th en h ig hlig h t th e firs t on e. Ad ju st th e c urre nt valu e
an d s ave it m om en tarily.
KE Y_ LE FT
KE Y_ RIGHT
KE Y_ OK
2)Press “UP (▲)” and “DOWN (▼)” key to select the programs to be added into favorite list and
press “RED”,“GREEN”,”YELLOW” or ”BLUE” key to mark them as following:
KE Y_ ME NU
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to Ch an n el m en u.
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to Ch an n el m en u.
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to Ch an n el m en u.
Th e c urre nt fo cu sed valu e w ill b e se lected an d p opu p m enu
w ill b e c lean ed , th en b ack to Ch an n el m en u.
3.2.4 Auto Search
3.2.4.1 Air signal mode
Select “Auto Search” item to enter auto search user operation interface as following:
3) Press “MENU”key to return “Favorite management” page and save the result.
3.2.3 Country
All Mode: Select “All” item to scan all digital channels carried by current signal mode firstly
and then switch to scan all analog channels in selected country automatically. User can skip
digital search to analog search directly by entering “EXIT” or “MENU” key and can also stop
auto scan directly by entering “EXIT” or “MENU” during analog scanning.
Digital Mode: Select “Digital” item to search all digital channels in selected country carried by
current signal mode. User can stop search directly by entering “EXIT” or “MENU” key.
Analog Mode: Select “Analogue” item to search all digital channels in selected country carried
by current signal mode. User can stop search directly by entering “EXIT” or “MENU” key.
All search mode processing interface display as following:
1) Select the country.
2) Key Operation
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3.2.4.2 Cable signal mode
3.2.5 Digital Manual Search
3.2.5.1 Air signal mode
Select “Digital Manual Search” item to enter air channel manual search in DTV source
and the user operation interface as following:
Operations in satellite Auto Search menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Valu e
Scan Mode
Full Search,Network Search
Select channel number by “RIGHT” key or entering number directly. The strength and the
quality shows at the bottom. Press “ENTER” key on “Start” item to start current channel
search. The manual searching UI and the auto searching UI are the same.
3.2.5.2 Cable signal mode
Select channel number by “RIGHT” key or entering number directly. The strength and the
quality shows at the bottom. Press “ENTER” key on “Start” item to start current channel search.
3.2.6 Analog Manual Search
Select “Analogue Manual Search” item to enter analogue manual search in ATV source and
the user operation interface as following:
Operations in satellite Auto Search menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
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Valu e
Mode
Default,Network Search,Full Search
Satellite
65 satellite for searching(3 user edit satellite)
Service Type
All Services,Free Service
Channel Type
All, TV Only
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These parameters in this page show as the following table:
3.2.7.1 Satellite List
An alog P aram eters
Current Channel
Frequency
Search
Fine Tune
Valu e
Defau lt
001-100
001
Show the Frequency when srech
Frequency of the
current channel
Press the button “enter” to open the
search sub page.
Press the button “enter” to open the
fine tune sub page.
Color System
Auto/PAL/SECAM
Color System of
the current
channel
Sound System
BG/DK/I/L/L’
Sound System of
the current
channel
Enter these parameters and then select “Search” item to enter analog channel tune. A dialog
popup on left bottom:
Press “Left(◄)” to search channel carried in lower frequency and “Right(►)” key to search
channel carried in higher frequency. Press “MENU” key to return to “Channel-Analogue Manual
Search” page and press “RED” key to save the scanned channel to database.
User also can select “Fine Tune” item to fine tune current channel and the UI shows as the
last picture. Press “Left(◄)”, “Right(►)” key to fine tune current channel. Press “MENU”
key to return to “Channel-Analogue Manual Search” page and press “RED” key to save the tuned
channel to database.
3.2.7 Satellite System
Select “Satellite System” item to enter the satellite system setting menu and the user
operation interface as following:
Operations in Satellite List Menu are shown in the following table:
Key Stroke
Act ion
KEY_UP
use cursor to up
KEY_DOWN
use cursor to down
KEY_LEFT
switch operation to satellite system parameters setting list
KEY_RIGHT
switch operation to Transponder list
KEY_MENU
Back to Main Menu.
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
KEY_GREEN
Enter satellite edit menu
KEY_BLUE
Enter satellite scan menu
satellite edit menu
Operations in satellite edit menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Satellite
Longitude
Direction
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Valu e
Enter Satellite Rename edit menu
East ,West
Longitude Angle
Press num key to set the Angle
Band
C,Ku band choose
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satellite edit menu
Transponder Add menu
Operations in satellite scan menu are shown in the following table
Operations in Transponder Add menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Valu e
Opt ion
Valu e
Scan Mode
Default,Network Search,Full Search
Transponder
Can’t edit .Auto addition
Channel Type
All,TV only
Frequency
Press num key to edit
Service Type
All Services,Free Service
Symbol(ks/s)
Press num key to edit
Polarity
Auto ,Vertical,Horizontal
Polarity
H,V
3.2.7.2
Transponder List
Transponder Edit menu
Operations in Transponder List Menu are shown in the following table:
Ke y S trok e
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A ct ion
KEY_UP
use cursor to up
KEY_DOWN
use cursor to down
KEY_LEFT
switch operation to Sate llite list
KEY_RIGHT
switch operation to satellite system parameters setting list
KEY_ENTER
Sele ct/unselect cursor ite m Transponde r.
KEY_MENU
Back to Sate llite list.
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Me nu.
KEY_RED
Enter Transponde r Add menu
KEY_GREEN
Enter Transponde r Edit menu
KEY_YELLOW
Enter Transponde r De lete confirm menu
KEY_BLUE
Enter Transponde r scan menu
Operations in Transponder Edit menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Valu e
Transponder
Current edit item.Auto select
Frequency
Press num key to edit
Symbol(ks/s)
Press num key to edit
Polarity
H,V
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Transponder Scan menu
O p t io n
L N B Type
V a lu e
9 7 50 /1 0 60 0 ,9 75 0/1 0 7 50 ,0 5 15 0 ,0 57 50 ,5 1 50 /5
7 5 0,0 9 7 50 ,1 0 60 0,1 0 7 50 ,1 1 30 0,1 1 4 75 ,U ser
S in g le ,U ser D u al
L N B Po w er
On ,Of f
2 2 KH z
A u to,o ff,o n
D is E qC M o de
O ff,L N B 1 ,L N B 2 ,L N B 3,L N B 4 ,B u rs t A ,B u rs t B
M o tor
N o ne ,D is Eq C1 .2 ,D is Eq C1 .3
Choose DisEqC1,2&1.3
Set Limit menu
Operations in Transponder scan menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Valu e
Scan Mode
Default,Network Search,Full Search
Channel Type
All,TV only
Service Type
All Services,Free Service
Polarity
Auto ,Vertical,Horizontal
Operations in Limit menu are shown in the following table
3.2.7.3 Setting
Opt ion
Move Continue
Valu e
Control polar axis continually move e ast or west
until it arrive s whe re you want.
Move Step
Control polar axis move e ast or west at fixe d ste p
Se t East Limit
Se t curre nt position as the maximum angle
e astward
Se t West Limit
Se t curre nt position as the maximum angle
westward
Operations in Setting Menu are shown in the following table:
Key Stroke
Goto Reference
Back to default value s
Disable Limit
Re peal curre nt set of limit value s.
Act ion
KEY_UP
use cursor to up
KEY_DOWN
use cursor to down
KEY_MENU
Back to Transponder list.
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
Set Location menu
Operations in Setting item menu are shown in the following table
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Operations in Location menu are shown in the following table
O p t io n
V a lu e
Loc ation
Se lec t w h ere u ser is o r c los e to it, if u ser is n ot
4. Feature Menu
This chapter will describe the function of Feature in mainmenu.
4.1 Feature Menu
Press “Menu” “Down(▼)” “Down(▼)” “Down(▼)” “Right(►)”and then functions
in the Sound can be set.The appearance of the Feature Menu is shown as follows:
w h ere s ystem d efau lt s ets, c ho ose to Man u al
c us to m s ettin g
Lon g itud e
Se lec t u serφ s re gio n is eas t o r w es t lo n gitu de
Dire c tio n
Lon g itud e An g le
Se lec t lo n gitu de w h ere u ser is , m ove c urs or an d
in p ut c orres pon d ing d ata.
Latitu de
Dire c tio n
Latitu de An g le
Se lec t u serφ s re gio n is so uth o r n orth lo ng itud e
Se lec t latitu d e w h ere u ser is , m ove cu rso r an d
in p ut c orres pon d ing d ata.
Operations in Feature Menu are shown in the following table:
K e y S tr o k e
Set Position menu
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
KEY_LEFT
A c t io n
Highlight the previo us sub item. If it is the firs t button c urre ntly,
then highlight the las t one in the list.
Highlight the next s ub item. If it is the las t button in the list
c urre ntly, then highlight the firs t o ne .
B ac k to mainmenu
If the fo cused item is ”Tim er”, mainmenu will be c los ed firs tly
and then o pen the Tim e r Me nu;
If the fo cused item is ” CI Info”, mainmenu will be c los ed firs tly
KEY_RIGHT
and then o pen the CI Info Menu;
If the fo cused ite m is ” Hearing Impaired”, a Po pup Menu will be
o pened
If not, Feature Me nu will be c los ed firs tly and then o pen the
c orres ponding s ub menus.
Operations in Position menu are shown in the following table
Opt ion
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KEY_ENTER
Sam e as KEY_RIGHT.
KEY_MENU
B ac k to Main Me nu.
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu.
Valu e
Move Auto
Select the direction of auto move is stop ,West or East
Move Step
Select the direction of step move is stop ,West or East
Store Position
Store the position which
Goto Position
Go to the position which is stored
Goto Reference
Go to the
GotoX
Go to the current satellite position
after moved
4.2 Function Description
4.2.1 Lock
The Lock sub page includes three parts:Lock Channel,Parental Lock,Change Pin Code
as shown in the following picture.
reference position
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4.2.2 Language
System language setting, includes OSD Language, Preferred Subtitle, Preferred Audio,
Digital Teletext Language, Anglog Teletext Language
1) Operations in Lock Menu are shown in the following table
O pt io n
V a lu e
Loc k Channe l
On: turn o n Loc k Channel. User need to e nter
O p t io n
V a lu e
pass word to watch the channe ls which are
lo cked. Als o need to e nter password when
user trie s to c hange s ettings in item s like
OSD Lan gu ag e
Pre ferre d Su b title
“re set s ystem ”/”re set databas e” e tc .
Po lish,
Pre ferre d Au d io
c hanging page.
Ge rm an ,
Italian ,
Sp an is h,
Portu gu ese ,
Tu rkis h,
No rwegian ,
W elsh ,
Gae lic ,
TCh in e se,
E ng lis h,
Fren ch ,
Ge rm an ,
Italian ,
Sp an is h,
Portu gu ese ,
Dan is h, Cze ch , Du tch , Fin n ish , Swed ish , Gre ek, Ru s sian ,
that are perm itted to watch the program .
Change Pin Co de KEY_RIGHT o r KEY_ ENTER to enter the pin c ode
Fren ch ,
SCh in e se,
Off: turn o ff Pare ntal Loc k
4-18: turn o n Pare ntal Lock and s et the age le vel
E ng lis h,
Dan is h, Cze ch , Du tch , Fin n ish , Swed ish , Gre ek, Ru s sian ,
Off: turn o ff Loc k Channe l
Pare ntal Loc k
E ng lis h, Italian , Sp an is h, Portu gu ese, Fre nc h, Ge rm an
Po lish, Turkis h, No rwegian , W elsh , Gae lic ,
D igital Teletext
E ng lis h,
Language
Dan is h, Cze ch , Du tch , Fin n ish , Swed ish , Gre ek, Ru s sian ,
Fren ch ,
Ge rm an ,
Italian ,
Sp an is h,
Portu gu ese ,
Po lish, Turkis h, No rwegian , W elsh , Gae lic ,
Anglog Teletext
Language
2) Change Pin Code
W est, Gre ek, E as t, Arab ic, Cyrillic , Ru s sian , He brew, Farsi
4.2.3 Clock
It is used to check out the current system time and set time zone/DST.
3) Key Operation
Key Stroke
Act ion
Press the numeral buttons to enter the password. If the entered
numbers are not exactly the old password, then show a new
KEY_NUM_0
password-enter menu to enter again. If they are right, then it will ask
~
user to enter the new password that will take place of the old ones. If
KEY_NUM_9
the New Password is the same as the Confirm New Password, it’ll
show a success message. If not, it will ask you to enter the new
password.
1) Range of the values of items in Clock Menu
Opt ion
Valu e
Date
DD/MM/YYYY
Tim e
HH:MM
Tim e Zone
-12:00,
-11:30,
-11:00
,…,
+00:00,
+00:30,+01:00, … , +12:00, Auto
KEY_MENU
KEY_EXIT
KEY_LEFT
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Close the whole Main Menu
Cancel pin-code-change-action and back to Child Lock Menu
DST(daylight
[On, Off] if it’s " On " , it’ll be an hour earlier than
saving time)
the GMT. If Tim e Zone is set to "Auto", it’s not
available.
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2) Key-stoking action
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
4.2.6 Hearing impared
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
This function offers a subtitle such as a “stroke on the door” or “the bell starts to ring” for
the current scene in case that the user is weak in hearing.
currently, then highlight the last one in the list.
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in the list
currently, then highlight the first one.
KEY_LEFT
Back to Feature Menu
KEY_RIGHT
Open/Close Popup Menu
KEY_ ENTER
Sam e as KEY_RIGHT
KEY_EXIT
Exit Main Menu
KEY_MENU
Back to Feature Menu
KEY_STANDBY
Enter standby mode
4.2.7 CI Info
It is only available in DTV source when PVR is not playing. Please prefer to Chapter 6
section 2 CI Setup for further information about the function of CI.
4.2.4 Sleep Timer
When your TV is Running,start sleep function by setting Sleep Timer in any case. This
function allows you to power off the TV within a period of time. Currently the supported time
period are: Off,10 Mins, 20 Mins,30Mins, 60Mins, 90 Mins, 120 Mins, 180 Mins, 240 Mins,
4.2.8 PVR/Timeshift
For more information,Please prefer to Chapter 6 section 3.
1) Range of the values of items in Clock Menu
Opt ion
Valu e
Enable HDMILink On/Off
Auto PowerOn
On/Off
Auto Standby
On/Off
Speaker
Preference
TV Speakers/Amplfier
2) Key-stoking action
4.2.5 Auto Power Off
When your TV is Running,start Auto Power Off function by setting Auto Power Off Timer in
any case. This function allows you to power off the TV within a period of time. Currently the
supported time period are: Off, 1 Hours,2 Hours,4 Hours.
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Key Stroke
KEY_UP
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
currently, then highlight the last one in the list.
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5. Setup Menu
5.2 Function Description
5.2.1 OSD Timer
This chapter will describe the function of Setup in mainmenu.
Set up OSD Timer which means how long the menus will exist. The optional periods are
5.1 Setup Menu
The Setup Menu is shown as follows
5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 Seconds.
The range and the default values of every sub items in Setup menu are shown in the following table:
Setu p Men u I t em s
Valu e
Defau lt
OSD Tim er
( 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 Seconds,Never)
15
Auto SCART
Off/On
On
PC Setup
“ ENTER ”
Blue Screen
Off/On
Off
Home Mode
Home/Dynamic/Standard/Mild
Home
Reset TV Setting
“ ENTER ”
Software Upgrade
“ ENTER ”
5.2.2 Auto SCART
Switch for Auto SCART function.
Operations in Setup Menu are shown in the following table:
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
KEY_LEFT
Act ion
Highlight the previous sub item. If it is the first button
currently, then highlight the last one in the list.
5.2.3PC Setup
Highlight the next sub item. If it is the last button in
It is only available in PC source.
the list currently, then highlight the first one.
Back to Main Menu.
If the cursor is on ”OSD Timer”
KEY_RIGHT
“Auto SCART”, “Blue
Screen”,“Home Mode”, a popup menu will appear for
user to make further choice. If not, Setup Menu will be
cleaned for other sub menus.
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KEY_ ENTER
Same as KEY_RIGHT.
KEY_MENU
Back to Main Menu.
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Mod e-Opt ion s
Auto Adjust
Valu e
“OK”
H Position
-16~16
V Position
-16~16
Phase
0~31
Clock
-50~50
1)Auto Adjust
2)H Position
3)V Position
4)Phase
5)Clock
Auto Adjust the H Position, V Position, Phase, Clock
Manually adjust H Position
Manually adjust V Position
Manually adjust Phase
Manually adjust Clock
5.2.7 Software Upgrade
Software upgrade by bin code. Put The bin code into the root directory of the media and
media plugged into the TV ‘s USB interface, press ENTER key to upgrade. Don’t power off
during the upgrading process. The system will restarts when the upgrading process is done.
5.2.4 Blue Screen
It is not available in PC, DTV source or when it is not movie mode in multimedia source.
In TV source, if there is no signal and Blue Screen is Off, it will show snow ; if there is no
signal and Blue Screen is On, it will show blue screen.
5.2.5 Home Mode
Set up mode of Home Mode which can control the backlight. The optional modes are
Home, Dynamic, Standard, Mild.
5.2.6 Reset to Setting
If the Lock Channel is On in Feature Menu/Lock , it needs to enter the password to enter
the Reset. It will Reset System Setting and Database. When the reset is complete, it will
enter the Auto Installation settings page.First, it will show a page to user to confirm. as follow.
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Ⅵ. Multimedia
1. Photo
1.1 Format Supported
Type
PHOTO
Container
Key Operation
1)
: Same as "PLAY" key on remote, to start playing pictures in slide show mode
2)
: Same as "PAUSE" key on remote, to pause the playing file
3)
: Same as "STOP" key on remote, to stop sliding show, and return to the file browser
4)
: Same as "|<<" / ">>|" key on remote, to play the previous or next file directly
JPG
JPEG/Progressive JPEG
5)
: To rotate the playing picture(0 º、90 º、180 º、270º).
BMP
6)
: To zoom the playing picture.
PNG
1.2 Function Introduction
Highlight the “PHOTO” item in multimedia mainmenu by press “RIGHT” / “LEFT” key, then
press “ENTER” key enter photo page, as follow:
7)
: Same as "INFO" key on remote, to display the information of the current file.
8)
: To enter “Photo Setup” menu, including “Repeat Mode”, “Background Music”,
“Music Source”,”Slide Time”, “Effect”.
9)
: To enter the play list menu.
1.2.2 Thumbnails
1). Thumbnails mode can be shown only in photo mode and highlight in file browser by
press “EXIT” “Right(►)” as follow:
Key Operation
1) RED:Delete the focused folder/file.
2) GREEN:Add/Del all photo files to play list.
3) ENTER:Add/Del highlight files to play list.
4) CH+/-:Page up/Page down.
5) PLAY:Play the files in play list.
1.2.1 Playback
Press "PLAY" key to start playback.
2). The direction keys are to move highlight in files.
3). Press "EXIT" key ,and press “LEFT” key, exchange to photo list mode.
2. Music
2.1 Format Supported
MUSIC
WAVE
WMA
AAC
AC3
MPEG
Read Audio
Ogg
FLAC
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LPCM
ADPCM
WMA STD
WMA Prof
AAC-LC / HE-AAC
AC3
E-AC3
MP1
MP2
MP3
AAC-LC
HE-AAC
Cook
Vorbis
FLAC
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2.2 Function Introduction
Highlight the “MUSIC” item in multimedia mainmenu by press “RIGHT” / “LEFT” key, then
press “ENTER” key enter music page, as follow:
3. Movie
3.1 Format Supported
Type
Container
AVI
Video Decoder
MPEG-4 ASP
H.264
DivX
Xvid
WMV 9 / VC - 1
MPEG-4 SP
MJPEG
MPEG 1/2
Key Operation
1) RED:Delete the focused folder/file.
2) GREEN:Add/Del all photo files to play list.
3) ENTER:Add/Del highlight files to play list.
4) CH+/-:Page up/Page down.
5) PLAY:Play the files in play list.
2.2.1 Playback
Press "PLAY" key to start playback.
MPEG4
WMV
RealMedia
MOVIE
Flash
QuickTime
ASF
Matroska
Video
DivX
Key Operation
1)
: Same as "PLAY" key on remote, to start playing file, or resume the paused file.
2)
: Same as "PAUSE" key on remote, to pause the playing file
3)
: Same as "STOP" key on remote, to stop the playing file.
4)
: Same as "<<" / ">>" key on remote, to play fast backward or forward. The speed can
switch to twice, four times, eight times and sixteen times, and displayed with “X2 X4
TS Stream
MPEG-1 Video
MPEG-2 Video
MPEG-2 Video
MPEG-4 ASP
H.264
Xvid
MJPEG
WMV 9 / VC-1
RV30 / RV40
Sorenson H.263
H.264
MPEG-4 ASP
H.264
MJPEG
WMV3 / WVC1
MP4S / M4S2
MPEG-2 Video
MPEG-4 ASP
H.264
Xvid
DivX
DivX Plus HD
RV30 / RV40
WMV9 / VC-1
MPEG-4 ASP
DivX
Xvid
MPEG-2 Video
H.264
WMV 9 / VC-1
3.2 Function Introduction
Highlight the “MOVIE” item in multimedia mainmenu by press “RIGHT” / “LEFT” key,
then press “ENTER” key enter movie page, as follow:
X8 X16” on screen
5)
: Same as "|<<" / ">>|" key on remote, to play the previous or next file directly.
6)
: To switch the repeat mode, including “Repeat 1”, ”Repeat All”, ”Repeat Dir” and
7)
: To switch the window between “Information” and “Play List”.
8)
: Same as “BLUE” key on remote, to close the panel only in “MUSIC” mode, and then it
“Random” modes.
can be opened by every key on remote.
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Key Operation
1) RED:Delete the focused folder/file.
2) GREEN:Add/Del all photo files to play list.
3) ENTER:Add/Del highlight files to play list.
4) CH+/-:Page up/Page down.
5) PLAY:Play the files in play list.
3.2.1 Playback
Press "PLAY" key to start playback.
Key Operation
1) RED:Delete the focused folder/file.
2) GREEN:Add/Del all photo files to play list.
3) ENTER:Add/Del highlight files to play list.
4) CH+/-:Page up/Page down.
5) PLAY:Play the files in play list.
4.2.1 Playback
Press "PLAY" key to start playback
Key Operation
1)
: Same as "PLAY" key on remote, to start playing file, or resume the paused file.
2)
: Same as "PAUSE" key on remote, to pause the playing file
3)
: Same as "STOP" key on remote, to stop the playing file, and return to the file
browser interface.
4)
: Same as "<<" / ">>" key on remote, to play fast backward or forward. The speed
can switch to twice, four times, eight times and sixteen times, and displayed with
“X2、X4、X8、X16” on screen
5)
: Same as "|<<" / ">>|" key on remote, to play the previous or next file directly.
6)
: To enter slow mode. The speed can switch to 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, and displayed
with “X1/2, X1/4, X1/8, X1/16” on screen.
7)
: To enter step mode.
8)
: To set AB repeat, the first press sets A point, and the second press sets B point,
and then play between A and B repeatedly.
9)
: To enter the play list menu.
10)
: Same as "INFO" key on remote, to display the information of the current file.
11)
: To enter “Movie Setup” menu, including “Program”, “Subtitle”, “Audio”,“Repeat
Mode”.
12)
: To enter “GO TO” function, user can input the time he want to start directly.
Key Operation
“RED”To add/del bookmark.
“GREEN”To input the page number directly.
“YELLOW”To enter the “Bookmark list” page.
“BLUE”To enter the “Play list” page.
“<<” / “>>”To page down/page up.
"EXIT" To close the file and return to the file browser.
4. eBook
4.1 Format Supported
Only txt format eBook is supported.
4.2 Function Introduction
Highlight the “eBook” item in multimedia mainmenu by press “RIGHT” / “LEFT” key, then
press “ENTER” key enter eBook page, as follow:
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Ⅶ.Other UI Setup
This chapter mainly describes the operation and the functions of the user interface besides
mainmenu, such as EPG, CI Setup, Recorder, Timeshift, Playback and Auto Installation.
1.EPG
1.3 Weekly Mode:
(1) Display the information of the programs that start in a scheduled period of time in the
current channel. It includes name, start time, end time, short content description, current
date/time, etc.
(2) Focusing on different channels on the left, it displays corresponding programs in schedule
of time.
(3) If the current focusing program is not parental locked, it will be played simultaneously in
the background.
1.1EPG abstract
If you expect to know the schedule or the information of the current playing program or the
program that starts in the near future, you can refer to the EPG menu by pressing the button
“EPG” on the remote. It shows the date and time on the top right of the menu, the list of the
current available channels on the left side of the menu, and the name of each program that
starts in a scheduled period of time on the right of the menu. Change the focused list by
pressing “right” or “left”, or the focused program by pressing “up” or “down”. The information
of the currently focused program will be displayed on the top of the menu.
There are 3 modes of EPG menu:
Daily mode: shows the information of the programs to be broadcasted in daily mode
Weekly mode: shows the information of the programs to be broadcasted in weekly mode
Extended mode: shows the detailed information of each program.
1.2 Daily Mode
(1) Display the information of the programs that start in a scheduled period of time in the
current channel. It includes name, start time, end time, short content description,
current date/time, etc.
(2) If the current focusing program is not parental locked, it will be played simultaneously
in the background.
EPG Weekly Mode
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
KEY_LEFT
Act ion
If the cursor lies on the left list, then the previous channel is focused.
If the cursor lies on the right list, then the previous (earlier) event is focused.
If the cursor lies on the left list, then the next channel is focused.
If the cursor lies on the right list, then the next (later) event is focused.
If the cursor lies on the left list, it moves to the list on the right.
If the cursor lies on the right list, it moves to the list on the left.
If the cursor lies on the left list, it moves to the list on the right.
KEY_RIGHT
If the cursor lies on the right list, it moves to the list on the left.
KEY_RED
Change to daily mode.
If the cursor lies on the left channel list, update the right event list to display
the event information of the previous day.
EY_YELLOW
If the cursor lies on the right event list, update the right event list to display
the event information of the previous day and move the cursor to the same
place in the updated page.
If the cursor lies on the left channel list, update the right event list to display
the event information of the next day.
EPG Daily Mode
KEY_BLUE
If the cursor lies on the right event list, update the right event list to display
the event information of the next day and move the cursor to the same place
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
is the same as the last one where the focus existed.
the same as the last one where the focus existed.
KEY_RIGHT
Focus on the later program on the right event list.
KEY_RED
Change to weekly mode
KEY_INFO
KEY_EXIT
KEY_INFO
Focus on the next channel on the left channel list, and the focused event is
Focus on the earlier program on the right event list.
KEY_BLUE
in the updated page.
Focus on the previous channel on the left channel list, and the focused event
KEY_LEFT
KEY_YELLOW
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Act ion
KEY_Exit
If the cursor lies on the right event list, change to Extended Mode by enter the
key “KEY_INFO” or back to weekly mode by enter the key “KEY_RETURN”.
Exit EPG
Update the program information of the current 7 channels in the channel list
to the previous day and the start time keeps the same.
Update the program information of the current 7 channels in the channel list
to the next day and the start time keeps the same.
If the cursor lies on the right event list, change to Extended Mode by enter
the key “KEY_INFO” or back to daily mode by enter the key “KEY_RETURN”.
Exit EPG.
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1.4 Extended Mode:
2.2 Getting CI Information
When the CAM is in good connection with the system, enter main menu“Feature”->“CI Info”
to get CI Information as the following picture shows.
EPG Extended Mode
Key Stroke
KEY_UP
KEY_DOWN
KEY_Exit
Getting CI Information
Act ion
If the information takes more than one page, the current page rolls up a
row.
In the menu “Common Interface”, all the information of CAMs which are in good connection
with the system will be listed as the following picture shows. The listed items link to the CAM’s
CI Information.
If the information takes more than one page, the current page rolls down a
row.
If it entered Extended Mode from daily mode, back to daily mode.
If it entered Extended Mode from weekly mode, back to weekly mode.
2. CI Setup
2.1 Getting Access To Scambled Channel
When a scramble-channel is selected, the user needs to insert a specific CAM and Smart
Card. Otherwise it is not accessible and a popup menu appears to emphasis that it’s a
scramble-channel as the following picture shows.
Scramble-channel message
When a CAM is inserted and the system detects it, it will do some initialization and pop up
a menu to let you know that CAM is initializing as the following picture shows:
Link to CI Information
2.3 Details of CI Information
As mentioned before, items in the list link to the CAM’s CI Information. But the the way that
its sub items are listed and the contents it offers differs according to different CA systems.
Now we’ll take a CAM from Viaccess Company as an example.
2.3.1 Main Menu
As the following picture shows:
CAM initializing message
The scramble-channel can be accessible only under both of the following two conditions:
(1) the CA system ID of the selected scramble-channel corresponds to the CAM and Smart
Card that the user inserted;
(2) the Smart Card belonging to the user is released after subscription..
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Main menu
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2.3.2 Smart Card Management
Smart card management includes “subscription information”, ”morality level setting”,
“Change PIN code” and so on.
Change PIN code
Smart card management
2.3.6 System Information
System information means information about CAM such as software/hardware version.
2.3.3 Subscription Information
Subscription Information lists all the subscribed services that registered in the smart card.
Enter the sub item to look for more detailed information of a service.
System information
Subscription information
2.3.7 Language Setting
Language setting menu shows all the OSD languages the CAM supports. After selection on
some language, all the strings are turned into the selected language under the condition that
the system (CV512 series) supports it. Otherwise there is to be some unrecognized characters.
2.3.4 Morality level Setting
Morality level setting is used to shield programs those have a too high morality level to be
open to child. Need to enter PIN code.
Language setting
Morality level setting
2.3.8 Others
The way that sub items of the CI Information are listed and the contents it offers differs
according to different CA systems and becomes more and more complicated with the increase
of DTV broadcast systems in the future.
2.3.5 Change PIN Code
User can change PIN code through operation on this sub item as the following picture shows.
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3. PVR For Euro DVB-T2/C/S2 Only
This section is to introduce some contents about PVR, including PVR involved menus,
Recording flow, Recorders playback, Recording restrictions.
3.1 PVR involved Menus
1. PVR/Timeshift menu;
3. Timer menu;
5. Record List menu;
7. Timeshit info menu.
2. Partition List menu;
4. Timer Edit menu;
6. REC info menu;
3.1.1 PVR/Timeshift menu
Information: PVR/Timeshift menu manages almost all the information that have relationship
with PVR.
Enter method: Main menu feature PVR/Timeshift PVR/Timeshift menu;
Menu shows as follows:
Key Stroke in menu:
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous option on the left function list.
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next option on the left function list.
KEY_LEFT / KEY_MENU
Return to the previous menu’s focus.
KEY_RIGHT / KEY_ENTER
Focus on the later menu on the left function list.
KEY_ Exit
Exit all menu.
3.1.2 Partition List menu
Information: Partition List menu manages the partitions connected to system.
Enter method: PVR/Timeshift menu Partition Select Partition List menu.
Menu shows as follows:
(PVR/Timeshift menu)
Function list explain:
Items
Partition Select
Enter Partition Select menu
Display partition’ s infomation
Format partition function
Set default partition function
Auto Timeshift
Auto Timeshift off
Timeshift Buffer
Set Timeshift Buffer
Timer
Enter Timer menu
Stop auto Timeshift
auto
30Mins
Preengaged programs’ information
Add delete preengaged programs
Record List
Enter Record List menu
Display Recorders’ information
Playback Recorders
(PVR/Timeshift menu Key Stroke)
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Auto
1hr
2hr
Start auto Timeshift
(Partition List menu)
Function:
a) Partitions: The list in the menu shows the partitions connected to system
b) Partitions’ property: Total size and Free size
c) Format Partition: Press KEY_RED to format the focus partition. Before format, there is a
prompted popup window to confirm. If format successfully there is a message “Format
Success!”, otherwise, there is a “Format Fail!”
d) Set default partition: Press KEY_GREEN to set the focus partition as the default partition .
The recorders are stored in the default partition. It need to be reset if the default partition is
full in recording progress.
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Key Stroke in menu:
Key Stroke in menu
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous option on the partition list.
KEY_DOWN
KEY_MENU
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous option on the record list.
Focus on the next option on the partition list.
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next option on the record list.
Return to the previous menu’s focus (PVR/Timeshift menu “Partition
KEY_RED
Delete the chosen program.
KEY_GREEN
Delete all the programs.
KEY_YELLOW
Add recording program; Enter Timer Edit menu.
KEY_BLUE/ KEY_ENTER
Edit the chosen recording program; Enter Timer Edit menu.
select” option).
KEY_RED
Format the chosen partition.
KEY_GREEN
Set the chosen partition as the default partition.
KEY_ Exit
Exit all menus.
KEY_MENU
(Partition List menu Key Stroke)
KEY_ Exit
3.1.3 Timer menu
Information: Timer menu manages the preengaged programs,user can add delete
preengaged programs in this menu.
Enter method:
a)PVR/Timeshift menu Timer Timer menu;
b)Press KEY_CLOCK to enter Timer menu when there is no menu focused.
Return to the previous menu’s focus (PVR/Timeshift menu “Timer”
option).
Exit all menus.
(Timer menu Key Stroke)
3.1.4 Timer Edit menu
Information: User could set 、modify preengaged programs’ information in Timer Edit menu.
Enter method: Timer menu→KEY_YELLOW for add or KEY_BLUE/KEY_ENTER for Edit →
Timer Edit menu.
Menu shows as follows:
Menu shows as follows:
(Timer menu)
Prompted information explain:
a) CH NO. :Channel number;
b) Channel :Channel name;
c) Start : Start recording time;
d) Duration :The total recording time;
e) Date : The date of starting recording;
f ) Mode : Record Mode;
g) On the left top of menu is current date and time in system.
PS:
1) These information except “g” all come from the preengaged programs in Timer Edit menu
or EPG;
2) Pressing KEY_YELLOW for add or KEY_BLUE for edit could enter Timer Edit menu. Press
KEY_RED to delete the focus program,press KEY_GREEN to delete all the programs.
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(Timer Edit menu)
unction explain:
a) Recorder : Off、On .“Off” means to preengage program for watching only, “On” means to
preengage program for watching and recording.
b) Type: DTV、Radio,DTV means to preengage DTV Channel program and Radio means to
preengage Radio Channel program;
c) Channel: DTV or Radio Channel programs;
d) Start Time: Start recording time; Format is hour / minute ;
e) Duration: The total recording time ; Format is hour / minute ;PS:The status of this option
is disable,only when Recorder is“On”,it can be set;
f ) Date :The date of starting recording,Format is day / month / year;
g) Mode : Once、Daily、Weekly、Month;
PS:
1)The start recording time must be reasonable (behind current system time):If the timer is
repeat or not reasonable, there will be a message ”Set timer fail!” to prompt when return;
2)The Edit function resemble Add function except that Type and Channel can not changed
again.
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Key Stroke in menu
Menu shows as follows
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous option on the Edit list.
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next option on the Edit list.
KEY_0~9
Edit Start Time﹜Duration﹜Date.
KEY_ENTER
Confirm the choice.(For popList options)
KEY_MENU
Return to the previous menu (Timer menu) and save the setting.
KEY_ Exit
Exit all menus.
Key Stroke in menu:
(Timer Edit menu Key Stroke)
3.1.5 Record List menu
Information: Record List menu manages the Recorded programs.User can playback
recorders in this menu.
Enter method:
PVR/Timeshift menu Record List → Record List menu.
Menu shows as follows:
Record List menu
Key Stroke in menu
Key Stroke
(REC info menu)
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous option on the program list.
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next option on the program list.
KEY_ENTER
Play the focus program.
KEY_MENU
Return to the PVR/Timeshift menu (focus on Record List option).
KEY_ Exit
Exit all menus.
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_PAUSE
Start or pause recording.
KEY_DISPLAY
Enter banner info menu.
KEY_STOP
Stop REC.
(REC info Key Stroke)
3.1.7 Timeshift info menu
Timeshift input info menu:
Information: Timeshift input info menu displays as a flag of Timeshift. After Timeshift start
this menu displays all the time until Timshift stop (except there is some other
menu exist) .
Enter method: After Timeshift start, it will display automatically.
Timeshift info banner menu:
Information: Timeshit info banner shows some current Timshift information.
Enter method: After Timeshift start, press KEY_DISPLAY to show the menu .
Function explain :
a) Time is equal to current play time minus current recording time.
b) Progress bar is for current recording length compared with the disk free space when REC
start. The black triangular icon is for current play length compared with current recording
length.
c) MB Free is the disk instantaneous free space.
d) The right red time menu has the same function with the time in info banner menu(only
when info banner menu closed it showed).
Menu shows as follows:
(Timeshift info menu)
(Record List Key Stroke)
3.1.6 REC info menu
REC input info menu:
Information: REC input info menu displays as a flag of REC. After REC start this menu
displays all the time until REC stop (except there is some other menu exist).
Enter method: After REC start, it will display automatically.
REC info banner menu:
Information: REC info banner shows some current recorder’s information. Actually REC
info banner shows different information with Timeshift info banner.
Enter method: After REC start, press KEY_DISPLAY to show the REC info banner menu.
Function explain:
a)Time is equal to current REC time minus REC start time.
b)Progress bar is for current REC length compared with the disk free space when REC start.
c)MB Free is the disk instantaneous free space.
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(Timeshift time menu)
Key Stroke in menu:
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_PAUSE
Start or pause recording and playing.
KEY_DISPLAY
Enter banner info menu and close time menu.
KEY_STOP
Stop Timeshit.
KEY_FF
Playing video fast forward with speed “x2”,“x4”,“x8”,“x16”
KEY_FB
Playing video fast behind with speed “x2”,“x4”,“x8”,“x16”
(Timeshift info Key Stroke)
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3.2 REC
This section is for recording flow.
3.2.1 REC
1.Information
a)Input MPEG2 TS,NIM,ISO/IEC 13818-2,H.264;
Output MPEG2 PS packet,only contain Video and Audio PID,no Teletext,Subtitle,
EPG etc,the output Video file format is “.MPG” and Audio file format is “.MP3”,the
output files can be played by other players which supports MPEG2 PS;TS packet,
contain Video and Audio PID,Teletext,Subtitle etc,the output Video file format is “.TSV” ,
the output files can be played by other players which supports TS
b)The save direction for the output files: the inserted storage device (USB/Card). If user
wants change the output direction, he can open the partition list by pressing the button
“Device” and make the choice. It supports 4 partitions at most;
c)The rules of naming the output files: Program name + (REC date_time(h/m/s),eg BBC
ONE(20111023_123456).MPG. If a long-time recorded file takes more than 3.9GB, it
cuts and makes a new file named by adding an extra sequence number. eg: BBC ONE
(20111023_123456)001.MPG.
2.Recording Flow
a)Set up the working partition(default partition): (This step is adapt to Timeshift also)
1) There is a Partition list shows the partitions connected to the system in Partition List
menu, Press KEY_GREEN to set the focus partition as default;
2) System will set the partition which is recognized firstly as default partition before
record if user does not set before;
3) Recorded files will be stored in the default partition.
b)Press KEY_REC to start recording, when there is a program playing, it will pop up a
message “Do you want to start Recording?”. After confirm, the system will read the
speed of the storage device. If the speed is too low for recording, there is a message
“Device speed not enough, RECORD anyway?” if user choose Yes, it will record
constrainedly. In addition, the speed is high enough, it initializes in the first instance
and starts to record later.
(REC info and stop recording window)
3.2.2 Timer REC
There are two methods to set a timer. As follows:
1. In the EPG menu user can preengage programs for watching or recording;
a) Pressing KEY_GREEN once is to preengage the program only for watching(when
timeout, it jumps to the program and only play.
b) Pressing KEY_GREEN twice is to preengage the program for recording (when timeout,
it jumps to the program and starts recording). if it is timeout in standby mode, it will
power on 2 minutes in advance and starts to record under background without powering
on the panel. To watch the program, user need to press KEY_POWER;
c) The preengaged programs can be checked in Timer menu.
(Press KEY_GREEN once for reminder)
(Confirm record window)
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(Initializing recorder window)
c) As the initialization successfully ends, a REC input info menu appears on the right top
corner of the picture and it starts to record while the program is playing in the background;
d) Press KEY_DISPLAY to get the current recording information from the Info Banner, such
as current recording time and the recording progress. The recording time depends on
how much of the program has been recorded actually;
e) If the signal is not stable there may be some pause;
f ) The recording progress will stop when the device has no more free spaces if there is no
setting about when to end before. A warning massage pops up, the recording process
stops and it will keep on the normal playback process. Otherwise the progress ends
naturally when the timer is timeout. Also user could press KEY_STOP to end recording
manually;
g) System will prompt user error message and try to continue recording if there are some
bad tracks in disk.
(Press KEY_GREEN twice for recorder)
2. In Timer menu, user can increase、delete preengage programs; In Timer Edit menu, user
could set、modify preengaged programs’ information;
In Timer menu: press KEY_YELLOW to get into Timer Edit menu to add a timer .Then set
timer’s information in Timer Edit menu.
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Flow of setting a timer’s information:
a) Type: Set program type :DTV or RADIO;
b) Mode: Way of triggering a timer(once/daily/weekly/monthly);
c) Recorder:“ON”: preengage for watching and recording(record). “OFF”: preengage only
for watching(reminder);
d) Set the date/time and Duration time (exact to minutes): Must be reasonable (behind
current time);
e) Timer: when there are some conflicts a warning message will pop up;
f ) Press KEY_MENU to return to Timer menu and store the timer’s information.
there may be some pause or mosaic. Otherwise the speed is enough for Timeshift, it’ll take
place under background and users are able to pause or move fast backward: After a pause,
users are able to pause or move fast backward;
4. After Automatically Timeshift, it will take some minutes to initialize, then it take place
automatically;
(Timeshift Play start prompt menu)
(Timer Edit men)
3. When the timer recorder is timeout, it jumps to the very channel and starts to record the
program automatically.(if a manual recording is under process, it will stop the manual
recording process and starts the timer recorder automatically);When there is left 10s
before recorder , a prompted window will pops up;
(Timer Record start prompt window )
4. If there are not any storage media, the settings fail and a warning message “no USB device”
shows;
5. If target partition (default partition) is not set, it selects the first partition that the system
identified automatically.
3.2.3 Timeshift
Timeshift can record program and play the current recording program at the same time.
1. Set Timeshift Buffer in PVR/Timeshift menu, Timeshift Buffer means how long a recorder
can be stored when Timeshift. If Buffer is overstepped , the previous recorder stored there
will be lie over; There are three modes: auto、30Mins、1hr、2hr,“auto”means all the free
spaces on the storage media;
2. In the normal playback process in DTV source, there are two ways to start timeshift:
a)Manually: press KEY_PAUSE to start Timeshift when there is no menu focused
( Stop: press KEY_STOP ) ;
b)Automatically: set the “Auto Timeshift”option as “Auto” in PVR/Timeshift menu
( Stop: set “Auto Timeshift”as “Off”) .
3. Before Manually Timeshift, there is a message “Do you want to start Timeshift”. After
confirm,If signal is stable, it will check whether the speed of the storage device that the
user inserted is enough for Timeshift. If the speed is not enough, a warning message will
pop up to let the user make decision whether to go on. If timeshift is force to take place,
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(Timeshift Play Info menu and stop prompt)
5. A UI (Timeshift time menu) on the right top corner shows the fallen time between the current
picture and the living broadcasting picture;
6. During the recoding progress, if the signal is missing, the recording process will take a pause
until the signal is stable again.
3.3 REC Playback
Play videos and recorded files
1. The recorded Videos can be played in Record List menu , in Record manage menu or in
Source Media Movie mode;
2. When a video playing, the Info Banner menu shows the length of the video and the time that
the video has been played. Also there is a progress bar indicating the process of playing the
video;
3. A playing video can move fast forward with the speed “x2”,“x4”,“x8”,“x16” or play in a normal
speed by pressing the button “fast forward”;
4. A playing video can move fast backward with the speed “x2”,“x4”,“x8”,“x16” or play in a
normal speed by pressing the button “fast backward”;
5. If it moves fast backward to the start of the video, it turns into the normal playing speed
automatically;
6. When a video playing, pause the process by pressing the button “pause/play” and restart
the process by another press again;
7. When a video playing, it can jump to the previous or the next video to play by pressing the
button “previous” or “next”;
8. When a video playing, user can stop the process by pressing the button “stop” and it goes
back to the browser in movie mode;
9. When it comes to the end of a video, it will stop/repeat/play the next one depending on the
value of Repeat mode.
PS: The 3、4、5、6、7、8 upwards also adapt to the playback when it is recording.
3.4 Restriction
3.4.1 Device & File System
1. The USB host supports version 2.0 and is compatible with version 1.1, but it can’t support
card reader and USB Hub, neither Timeshift and timer recorder on USB 1.1.
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2. Support Timeshift on programs which have a equal or lower rate than 8Mbps and support
recorder on programs which have a equal or lower rate than 13Mbps(13Mbps is a test
result of SAM USB2.0 High speed 320G).
3. Restrictions on USB device for Recorder:
a) For programs which have a lower rate than 8Mbps, the USB device must have a rate
higher than 14Mbps in CV512 speed test for Recorder and higher than 28Mbps in CV512
speed test for Timeshift. Otherwise there may be some pause or mosaic when do Recorder
or Timeshift by force;
b) For programs which have a higher rate than 8Mbps, the USB device must have a rate
higher than 20Mbps in CV512 speed test for Recorder and Timeshift is not supported.
Otherwise there may be some pause or mosaic when do Recorder or Timeshift by force;
4. The USB device’s file system supports FAT32 / FAT/NTFS;
5. The system supports 4 partition connection at most at the same time;
6. The same partition is able to store 9999 recorded files at most, namely the biggest number
of files is 9999;
7. The maximum size of a single file the system supports is 4GB at present. When long-time
recording, the file will be cut to creat a new one automatically when its size reaches 3.9GB;
8. FAT file system supports 4GB every partition at most while the FAT32 file system supports
1TB at most;
9. The system can support USB flashdisk and removable disk at present. However, it can not
sure that all kinds of them could record or write into the storage very smoothly, especially
when the file system is in disorder. If users are opt to use a USB flashdisk as the storage
media, it is recommended to format the disk before us;
10.It will take a brief test on the speed of the USB device and then show a warning message
when the speed is not enough.
3.4.2 Power Lost or Device Disconnect
1. System powering off, the inserted device powering off or unexpected connection failure
during the recording process may cause substantial damage to the device or make
underlying mistakes to the file system;
2. Abnormally interrupted recorded files are unable to be played, but after reconnection
between the device and the system, it will recover automatically while it is setting up
partition;
3. The file-recover function: it can recover the file from recorder starting to 2 minutes before
the interruption happens. If the length of the damaged file is shorter than 2 minutes, the
file can not be recovered again and will be deleted automatically. (the length depends on
Video bit rate and the minimum configured unit of the partition.
Setup 3: Set up the Language
Setup 5: Set up the TV Connection
Setup 4: Set up the Auto Power Off
Setup 6: Set up the Auto Search
Air/Cabler Type
Satellite
4. Auto Installation
If this is the first time you are turning on the TV and there are no programs in the TV memory,
he “Auto Installation” menu will appear on the screen.There are 5 setups as follow:
Setup 1: Set up Home
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Setup 2: Set up the Country
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Operations in Setup 6 Satellite type are shown in the following table
Opt ion
Valu e
7. USA TV OSD Operating manual
7.1. Time submenu
7.1.1 Appearance
DataBase Import Inport default Satellite database
Satellite System
Enter Satellite System menu for setting
5. Channel list menu
Key Stroke in menu:
7.1.2 Function introduction
Key Stroke
Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous item program
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next item program
KEY_MENU
Exit menu
KEY_CHANNEL_LIST
Exit menu
KEY_RED
Show Find mode menu
Item
Time Zone
Variablerange
Pacific/Alaska/Hawaii
Default
Pacific
/Eastern/Central/Mountain
Daylight
6. Fav list menu
SavingTime
Off/On
Off
Explanation
Default value can be
modified according
to client's
requirements.
Only adjustable
under DTV channel.
7.2. Setup submenu
7.2.1 Appearance
Key Stroke in menu:
Key Stroke
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Action
KEY_UP
Focus on the previous item program
KEY_DOWN
Focus on the next item program
KEY_MENU
Exit menu
KEY_FAV_LIST
Exit menu
KEY_RED
Show Rename Fav list name menu
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7.2.2 Function introduction
Item
Menu Language
7.3.2 Lock menu
Variablerange
English / French
Defaul
English
/Spanish
Closed Caption
DCL
On/Off
RestoreDefault
On
Explanation
Now thereare onlythreekindsof
languagefor OSD,if clientsneed
more,we can addthe
You can enterCCDsubmenu
throughthis
option,menupatternan d function
explanation
Dynamicbrightness control
For this operation, first confirm
which options need to be restore
according
to
client's
requirements. We need to have
one default standard. Menu
pattern
please
refer
to
4.2.4.3.5
7.3.3 Function explanation:
Item
Variablerange
Default
7. 3. Lock submenu
7. 3.1 Prompt menu for entering password
Enterthe menufor user to definethe
password
Change Lock
System Lock
Explanation
Off/On
Off
Main switchof VCHIP,if it is OFF,then US
and Canadawill be grey.
US
US VCHIPsetting,enslavedto SystemLock
option.
Canada
CanadaVCHIPsetting,enslavedto System
Lock option.
RRT Setting
ResetRRT
Onlywhen the system detectsDTVcode
streamwith RRTinformation,t hen you can
entersubmenu,or, it will be grey.
RRT reset.
Note:
Input the correct password with four number(from 0-9), then you can enter next level
menu(default password:0000). If the password is wrong, then there will be prompting
information in the middle of the menu.
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7.4 Channel submenu
7.4 .1 Channel
Ⅷ. Built-in DVD Player Operation
7.4.2 Function explanation
Item
Air/Cable
Variablerange
Air/Cable
Explanation
Air
Entersubmenuof automaticsearching,
Auto Scan
Favorite
User defineshis Fav channel,before
searching,i t is grey and can'tbe used.
Show/Hide
User definesthe channelsneed to skip,
beforesearching,i t is grey and can'tbe
used.
Channel No.
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Default
Among all the
channels searched
Channel Label
Enterthe menu of the channel
definedby user.
DTVSignal
Dynamicdisplaythe intensityof DTV
signal,itis alwaysgrey andcan'tbe
selected.
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Ⅸ.Specifications
LED222GS
22"
NOTE: Thank you for purchasing a Majestic quality TV. Our products have been designed with
over 15 years of engineering excellence and are designed of the highest quality standard in
the Marine and RV industry. Should you encounter any problems that cannot be easily
addressed within this instruction manual please feel free to contact us at these locations:
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2 x 3W
T2/S2/C,ATSC/NTSC
505 x 311 x 45mm
505 x 350 x 165mm
3.1kg
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