Digital High Definition Terrestrial Receiver SRT 8150

Digital High Definition Terrestrial Receiver SRT 8150
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Digital High Definition
Terrestrial Receiver SRT 8150
User Manual
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PART 1 • English
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Safety Instructions
1.2 Storage
1.3 Equipment Set-up
1.4 Features & Accessories
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2.0 YOUR RECEIVER
2.1 Front Panel
2.2 Rear Panel
2.3 Remote Control Unit
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3.0 CONNECTIONS
3.1 Connecting to Terrestrial antenna
3.2 Connecting to TV & VCR
3.3 Connecting to Digital Audio Amplifier
3.4 Connecting to computer by serial cable
3.5 Connecting to external USB Hard disk
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4.0 STARTING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME
4.1 Language Selection
4.2 Terrestrial Settings
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5.0 MAIN MENU
5.1 Channel Organizer
5.2 Terrestrial Search
5.3 Installation
5.4 Timer
5.5 Application
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6.0 OTHER OPERATIONS
6.1 Program Guide (EPG)
6.2 Zapping and information banners
6.3 Channel list and view mode
6.4 PDR functions
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A.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
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A.2 SPECIFICATIONS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Safety Instructions
Grounding, Polarization — If this product is used with a specified
AC adapter, the adaptermay be equipped with a polarized
alternating current line plug (a plug with one blade wider than
the other). This safety feature allows the plug to fit into the power
outlet only one way. If you cannot insert the plug into the wall
outlet, pull it out, reverse it, and then reinsert it. If the plug still
fails to fit, contact an electrician and have the receptacle replaced
n Protecting the Power Cord — The power supply cord should be
placed so it will not bewalked on. Never put a heavy object on
the power cord or wrap it around the leg of a table or chair. Keep
the area around the power cord connection points, at the power
outlet, and at the product connection, free of all AC adapter or
accessory power cords
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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE FOR SERVICING.
Explanation of WARNING symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of not isolated
dangerous voltage within the inside of the product that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and servicing
instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
Read the following instructions carefully
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRICAL
SHOCK OR ANNOYING INTERFRERENCE, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE AND ONLY USE THE
RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
Read All Instructions — Before you use the product, read all
operating instructions. For more information on accessories such
as the lithium ion battery, refer to the manuals provided with
those products
n Save These Instructions — Save all safety and operating
instructions for future reference
n Heat Warnings — Read carefully and follow all warning labels on
the product and those described in the instructions.
n Follow Instructions — Follow all instructions provided with
this product
n Cleaning — Always unplug this product from the wall outlet
before cleaning. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning. Never use
any type of liquid or aerosol cleaner, or any type of organic solvent
to clean this product
n Attachments — For your safety, and to avoid damaging the
product, use only accessories recommended by STRONG.
n Water and Moisture — Never use this product around water (near
a bathtub, kitchen sink, laundry tub, wet basement, swimming
pool or in the rain)
n Location — To avoid damage to the product and prevent personal
injury, never place this product on an unstable stand, tripod,
bracket, table or cart. Mount only on a stable tripod, stand, or
bracket. Follow the instructions that describe how to safely mount
the product,and use only the mounting devices recommended by
the manufacturer
n Power Sources — Connect this product only to the power source
described on the product label. If you are not sure about the type
of power supply in your home, consult your local power company
n Refer to instruction pages for information on using the product
with a battery
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
n Lightning — If a lightning storm occurs while using a specified
AC adapter, remove it from the wall outlet immediately. To avoid
damage from unexpected power surges, always unplug the AC
adapter from the power outlet and disconnect it from the receiver
when the receiver is not in use
n Overloading — Never overload wall outlets, extension cords,
power strips, or other power connection points with too
many plugs
n Foreign Objects, Liquid Spillage — To avoid personal injury
caused by fire or electrical shock from contact with internal high
voltage points, never insert a metal object into the product. Avoid
using the product where there is a danger of spillage
n Heat — Never use or store this product near any heat source
such as a radiator, heat register,stove, or any type of equipment or
appliance that generates heat, including stereo amplifiers
n Servicing — Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Attempting
to remove the covers or disassemble the product, could expose
you to dangerous high voltage points
n Damage Requiring Service — If you notice any of the conditions
described below while using a specified AC adapter, unplug it from
the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel:
1. Liquid has been spilled onto the product or some other object
has fallen into the product.
2. The product has been exposed to water.
3. The product does not operate normally despite following
operating instructions. Adjust only the controls described in
the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other
controls could damage the product and require extensive
repair work by a qualified technician.
4. The product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
5. The product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
n Replacement Parts — When replacement parts are required, make
sure that the authorized service center uses only parts with the
same characteristics as the originals, as recommended by the
manufacturer. Unauthorized substitution of parts could result in
fire, electrical shock, or create other hazards
n Safety Check — Upon completion of servicing or repairs, ask the
service technician toperform safety checks to determine that the
product is in good working order
n Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
n Where the mains plug or all-pole mains switch is used as the disconnect
device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
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Your receiver and its accessories are stored and delivered in a packaging designed to protect against
electric shocks and moisture. When unpacking it, make sure that all the parts are included and keep the
packaging away from children. When transporting the receiver from one place to another or if you are
returning it under warranty make sure to repack the receiver in its original packaging with its accessories.
Failing to comply with such packaging procedures could void your warranty.
1.3 Equipment Set-up
We recommend you consult a professional installer to set up your equipment. Otherwise, please follow
the instructions below:
Refer to the user manual of your TV and your antenna.
Make sure that Audio/Video cables and outdoor components are in a good condition and the SCART
connections are well shielded. This manual provides complete instructions for installing and using this
receiver. The following symbols will serve as follow.
WARNING:
Indicates warning information.
TIPS
MENU
Move to
Indicates any other additional important or helpful information.
Represents a button on the remote control or the receiver (Bold Character)
Represents a menu item within a window. (Italic Character)
1.4 Features & Accessories
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HDTV receiver for all digital Free-To-Air TV and Radio programmes via terrestrial antenna
Exceptional bright and clear TV pictures and excellent sound in DVD quality
High speed storage, copy and loading function for channel list(s) and software from USB
storage devices
5 000 channels memory capacity
Display showing channel number or time
4 Favourite lists for TV and Radio
Zoom functions for TV pictures
Electronic TV Programme Guide for present/following event information
7 Timers with 3 modes (daily, weekly, once)
Teletext via receiver, multi-lingual subtitling and audio track support
Parental lock function with rating control
Quick and easy installation & user-friendly menu
Multi-lingual support on screen menu (OSD)
USB 2.0 for USB storage devices
Selectable output for 1080i, 720p and 576p format
Aspect ratio adjustment 4:3, 16:9, Pan & Scan, Letterbox
Software Update via USB 2.0 port and RS-232
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1.2 Storage
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Digital sound through optical and coaxial output (S/PDIF)
Fully DVB compliant, supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and H.264.
Multiple Video Outputs: HDMI, Component(Y, Pb, Pr), SCART (RGB, CVBS), Video RCA.
Accessories
n 1 x User Manual
n 1 x Remote control unit
n 2 x Batteries (AAA type)
Note:
The batteries should not be recharged, disassembled, electrically short-circuited or be
mixed or used with other types of batteries.
2.0 YOUR RECEIVER
2.1 Front Panel
1. POWER
Switches the receiver power On and Standby.
2. MENU
Gets into Main Page screen.
3. OK
Executes the selected item.
4. CH Up/Down
Channel up/down or selects the item of Menu.
5. VOL Up/Down
Volume up/down or selects the item of Menu.
6. Stand-by LED
Light up RED when receiver is in stand-by mode. Off when receiver is in awake mode.
7. USB LED
Light up GREEN when USB device is connected to USB connector at the back of the receiver.
8. 4 digits indicator
In awake mode displays channel number. In stand-by mode displays current time
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2.2 Rear Panel
1. ANT IN
To connect the antenna cable to this connector.
2. TO TV
Gives you the possibility to connect an extra terrestrial receiver.
3. TV SCART Connector
Use this connector to connect your receiver with your TV set using a SCART cable.
4. DVD/ VCR SCART
Use this connector to connect your receiver to your video recorder using a SCART cable.
When receiver in stand-by mode a video/audio signals from your VCR will be looped through
receiver to your TV set.
5. Y, Pb, Pr
Connects to Component jack of TV.
6. VIDEO
This connector has a constant video signal for additional VCR-connections.
7. Audio L/R
Outputs for Audio Left (White) and Right (RED).
8. S/PDIF Coax and Optical
Output for connecting to a digital audio amplifier.
9. HDMI
Connects to HDMI jack of TV.
10. RS-232 Serial Port
This serial port can be used to connect your PC to your receiver to download new software
versions to your receiver.
11. USB
Connects to USB device.
12. Power ON/OFF Switch
Powers on/off.
13. Power Cord
Your receiver requires a current of 90 ~ 240 V AC (Auto-selectable), 50 ~ 60 Hz ±- 5%.
Make sure to check the power specification before connecting your receiver to the wall outlet.
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2.3 Remote Control Unit
1. MUTE
Enables or disables the audio.
2. POWER
Switches the receiver between operation and standby mode.
3. RCL
Selects the previously viewed channel.
4. HDMI
Changes the resolutions of video (Switch HD type)
5. TV/RADIO
Switches between TV and Radio.
6. AV/TV
Selects the TV, VCR, STB (receiver output) or AUTO
(Automatic) mode for the TV SCART output.
7. Numeric buttons
Select the TV or Radio service channels and individual menu.
8. FAV
Toggles the selected favorite mode.
9. SAT
No function
10. EPG
Displays the TV or Radio program guide. (Electronic
Program Guide)
11. TELETEXT
Enables teletext mode.
12. AUDIO
Changes the audio languages.
13. SUBTITLE
Enables subtitle mode.
14. CH pq
Changes channels or moves to the item in the menu.
15. VOL tu
Adjust the volume or moves to left or move item in the menu
16. MENU
Displays the main menu on screen.
17. EXIT
Returns to the previous menu or normal viewing mode
from a menu.
18. INFO
Displays the program information box on the screen.
19. V+/VTurns volume up or down.
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20. CH+/CHChanges channels up or down on normal mode.
21.
Moves up a page in the channel list.(Selects zoom In/out)
22.
Moves down a page in the channel list.
23. STOP
Stops recording, timeshift or playback.
24. PAUSE
Timeshift deactivated: Pauses the playing picture or go again to normal mode. Timeshift
activated: Starts the function. Further it is used to pause the playback.
25. RECORD
Records the program.
26. PLAY
Starts the playback assumed that recording/s were already done. Then you can select a file
from the Recording File List.
27. REWIND
Starts reverse playback and changes the speed of reverse playback.
28. F/F
Starts fast forward or fast motion playback and changes the speed of forward playback.
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3.0 CONNECTIONS
3.1 Connecting to Terrestrial antenna
To receive the broadcast signal, the terrestrial antenna cable should be connected to the ANT IN
connector at the back of the receiver
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3.2 Connecting to TV & VCR
Connecting by HDMI cable
To fully enjoy your HDTV channels it is advisable to use HDMI or Component video outputs of your receiver.
Connect one end of HDMI cable to the HDMI output of your receiver and another end of cable to
HDMI IN connector on your TV.
Connecting to component output
1. Make sure to use proper cable (3 RCA on each side of cable, usually coloured as GREEN,
BLUE, RED).
2. Connect chinches at one side of the cable to Y, Pb, Pr (GREEN, BLUE, RED) outputs on your
receiver and another side of the cable to corresponded inputs on your TV. Very important to
follow colour mark.
Connecting by SCART cables
1. Connect the TV SCART connector at the back of the receiver to the SCART IN connector on
your TV set or connect Video RCA and Audio L/R RCA connectors at the back of the receiver
to corresponded inputs on your TV set.
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Note:
Please, make sure that your receiver is connected by SCART or 3 RCA cable (Video,
Audio L/R) to your TV set when you connect your VCR (or DVD) to receiver. You will not
get video signal from your VCR (DVD) through the receiver if your receiver is connected
only by HDMI or YPbPr connector to your TV set.
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3.3 Connecting to Digital Audio Amplifier
Connect S/PDIF connector at the back of your receiver to appropriated input of your Digital Audio Amplifier.
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3.4 Connecting to computer by serial cable
Connect the RS-232 connector on the back of your receiver to the Serial port of your computer using
a serial cable. Instructions how to download software can be found on our website www.strong.tv
(support > download). However, this receiver can download new system software from USB stick.
3.5 Connecting to external USB Hard disk
Switch on your external HDD (connect the power adapter if applicable) before you connect the USB
connector at the back of your receiver. After finishing the First Installation (Cap. 4.0) proceed with
following steps:
1. Unless the USB-Hard disk is already formatted in FAT32 and recognised successfully for the first
time you will get a message to format your device to FAT32 in “Application” > ”USB” menu.
2. In this menu press the YELLOW (Format) button on your remote control to confirm.
After ~10 to 20 sec. (depends on HDD size) formatting will be finished and you can leave the
menu with the MENU or EXIT button.
3. Go to “Application” >”PDR” menu to adjust the preferred recording duration and set
Timeshift to OFF or ON as desired.
4.0 STARTING UP FOR THE FIRST TIME
Ensure that your receiver is correctly connected to your television and terrestrial antenna. Make sure
terrestrial signals are of good quality. Ask your local STRONG dealer to check your terrestrial installation
or signal if you are not sure how to do this.
Confirm that the power plug of receiver is plugged into the wall outlet. Turn on the receiver by power
switch on rear panel. The language section menu will be showing on your TV Screen. It is recommended
that you do first time installation following Installation Wizard step by step. It will help you easily achieve
system configuration and channel installation.
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2. Connect the VCR SCART connector of the receiver to the SCART-IN connector on your VCR set.
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If you are advanced user then you can skip wizard by pressing EXIT button and set-up channels using
Installation menu.
4.1 Language Selection
Press OK to choose the language.
4.2 Terrestrial Settings
Select your “Country”, “Antenna Supply” and “Channel Numbering” mode. Use pq buttons to select an
item and tu buttons to change the value of the item. With OK you can open the list to select your home
country. To continue installation press BLUE (Save & Exit) button.
At the next step of installation wizard you can adjust your terrestrial antenna for best reception condition.
Please, use tu buttons select channel number where digital terrestrial signal is available and adjust
your antenna direction and position (If necessary) to get maximum levels on the signal strength and
quality indicators. You can check with your dealer on which channels digital terrestrial broadcast is
available at your location.
Press BLUE (Next) button to continue to Digital Terrestrial TV scan once you are sure that signal strength
and quality on the maximum.
At the end of installation process the receiver will switch to the first found TV channel. Enjoy your TV and
Radio channels!
Tip:
If your home country/broadcaster supports LCN (Logical Channel Numbering), then please
adjust channel numbering mode to "Operator defined" if you are not sure about this ask your
local STRONG dealer. If the LCN is not supported then please select "Appearing order".
5.0 MAIN MENU
All the important settings and features of your receiver can be operated in Main Menu. The Main Menu
consists of following sub-menus: “Channel Organizer”, “Terrestrial Search” “Installation”, “Timer” and
“Application”. Press the MENU button when the menu is off, the MAIN MENU screen will appear.
5.1 Channel Organizer
In MAIN MENU screen, use pq buttons to select Channel Organiser, then press OK or u to enter the
Channel Organiser menu, which consists of the sub-menus Sort Channels, Add to Favourites and Edit Channels.
5.1.1 Sort Channels
In this menu, you can sort channels by order or move channels to specified position.
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Channels are sorted in the selected channel list only. Sorting of the channels in one
list do not change order of the channels in another list. I.e. sorting of the channels in 1
Favourite list do not change order of the channels in list of all channels and vice versa.
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Please note, that channel sort function is not available if the setting for “Channel
numbering” (Menu: Terrestrial Search - Terrestrial Settings) is set to “Operator defined”.
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Sort (RED button)
Press RED button to select one of available sort options.
n Original Order
the order of the channels will be restored to last stored order.
n Alphabet A-Z or Z-A channels will be sorted in alphabet order.
n Frequency Low
High channels will be sorted in frequency order: first channels with low
frequency, then with higher frequency.
n First FTA
Free-To-Air channels will be placed at the beginning of the list, Scrambled
channels at the end.
n First scrambled
Scrambled channels will be placed at the beginning of the list, Free-To-Air
channels at the end.
If you want to store new order of channels press YELLOW (Save) or BLUE (Save & Exit) button. If you
do not want to store result of sorting press EXIT button. Message “Do you want to save?” will appear on
screen. Select "NO" to cancel or press OK to save result of channel sort.
Move (GREEN button)
Press GREEN (Move) button to manual sort channels. Use pq buttons to select channel that you want
to move. Press OK button to confirm channel selection. You can select several channels to move them
simultaneously. Now, you can select new position of the channel using pq buttons. Press GREEN
(Move) button to confirm new position of the channel. Repeat these steps for all channels that you want
to move. To save new order of the channels press YELLOW (Save) or BLUE (Save & Exit) button.
5.1.2 Add to Favourites
Enter to this menu in order to prepare lists of your favourite channels.
Use pq buttons to select channels of your choice.
Use tu buttons to select favourite group where to add selected channel.
Press OK button to mark/unmark channel to selected favourite group.
To rename Favourite group press RED button, select group that you wish to rename and press OK.
On screen will appear keyboard. To delete current name of the group select Backspace (GREEN) and
press OK. Select CAPS (RED) to toggle between Capital and small letters. To enter new name use
navigation and OK buttons.
To save new name press YELLOW (Save) or BLUE (Save & Exit) button. To cancel your modifications
press EXIT.
5.1.3 Edit Channels
In this menu you can edit channel name, lock and delete channels.
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Edit
Press RED button to edit name of the channel. On screen will appear keyboard. To delete current name
select Backspace (GREEN Button) and press OK. To enter new name use navigation and OK buttons. To
save new name press YELLOW (Save) or BLUE (Save & Exit) button. Channel name will be changed in all
channel lists. To cancel your modifications press EXIT..
Lock
Lock function can be used in order to block access to some channels. Press GREEN button to lock/
unlock channel of your choice. Locked channel will be marked by Lock symbol. In order to watch locked
channel you will need to enter PIN code. Channel will be locked in all channel lists.
Delete
Pressing YELLOW button will mark selected channel to delete. To unmark channel select it and press YELLOW
button again. Channel(s) will be deleted after you press BLUE button. Be aware: after pressing BLUE button
channel(s) will be deleted from all channel lists. To cancel delete operation you can press EXIT button.
Message “Do you want to save?” will appear on screen. Press EXIT to cancel or OK to confirm.
5.2 Terrestrial Search
The Terrestrial Search menu contains following sub-menus: ”Channel Setup” and “Terrestrial Settings”
In first order make sure that Terrestrial settings are correct and corresponds to the country where you leave.
5.2.1 Channel set-up
There are 2 possible ways of terrestrial channel search: Auto Scan (RED button) and Manual Scan
(GREEN button).
n Manual Search
Select one or several frequencies by OK button then Manual Scan (GREEN button) to search for
channels on selected frequencies.
n AutoScan
Press Auto Scan (RED) to scan all frequencies in the list.
On completing the search, the receiver will save automatically the services information.
5.2.2 Terrestrial settings
Use pqtu buttons to select your Country, Antenna Supply and Channel Numbering.
n Country:
With OK you can open the list to select your home country.
n Antenna Supply:
Select this option to ON in case you use active antenna powered
through coaxial cable. The receiver supply DC power +5 V into 50 mA
load maximum.
n Channel Numbering:
select this option to “Operator defined” in case your operator provide
logical channel numbering feature. Otherwise select “Appearing order”.
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5.3.1 Preference
In this menu, you can set up your personal preferences.
n OSD language, Audio language, Subtitle language
Use pqtu buttons select the item and OK button to display the list.
n Banner Timeout
To set banner duration (how long information banner will be displayed on screen).
Use pqtu buttons select the item and OK button to display the list.
n Transparency
Use pqtu buttons to select the transparency level and OK button to display the list.
n CAM messages
To enable or disable displaying of messages from Conditional Access Module. Disabling of CAM
messages could be necessary in order to not disturb you while zapping through channels which
can’t be descrambled by your smart card.
n Power On Channel
Use pqtu buttons to select the item. If your choice is Fixed channel: press OK button to
display a channel list, select a channel and confirm selection with OK button. Your receiver will
always start with defined channel. If your choice is Last Viewed then receiver will awake with the
last watched channel.
n S/PDIF
Use pqtu buttons to select the Digital audio mode.
PCM – the receiver will downmix AC3 audio to PCM stereo.
Dolby – the receiver will by-pass AC3 audio for future decoding by Digital Audio Amplifier.
5.3.2 TV Setting
In this menu, you can configure the TV setting such as HD type, TV type, Aspect Ratio, Screen Control,
RGB/YUV, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation.
n HD type
Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options, use
pq buttons to select a video output resolution and press OK button to confirm selection.
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TV Type
Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options, use
pq buttons to select TV Type and press OK button to confirm selection.
If you have changed TV type and Video on screen not appears in 15 seconds – press
EXIT button 2 times. Such a problem can appear if your TV do not supports video in
NTSC format.
Aspect Ratio
Set accordingly to aspect ratio of your TV.
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Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options, use
pq buttons to select Aspect Ratio then press OK button to confirm selection.
Screen Control
Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options, use
pq buttons to select Aspect Conversion then press OK button to confirm selection.
RGB/YUV
Selects a mode of video output signal.
If you have connected your TV to receiver only by SCART cable then it is recommended to set
RGB mode. If you have connected your TV to receiver by HDMI or Component cable then this
value must be set to YUV.
Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options, use
pq buttons to select YUV or RGB mode then press OK button to confirm selection.
WARNING: If you have selected RGB mode then HDMI (digital) and YPbPr (component) outputs
on the receiver would be disabled!
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Brightness / Contrast / Saturation
Use pqtu buttons to select the item and press OK button to display the list of options,
use pq buttons to select level of Brightness / Contrast / Saturation then press OK button to
confirm selection.
5.3.3 Time Setting
To synchronise time in your receiver with broadcaster: set GMT usage to ON, select your time zone and
set Summer time accordingly to season.
In some cases it is recommended to set GMT usage to OFF and setup date/time manually.
5.3.4 Parental Control
In this menu, you can set menu lock status (Disabled or Enabled) and change the PIN code. Parental
rate menu allows you to block watching content which is rated for age equal or higher then you have
set in this menu. Function of this feature depends from broadcast and STRONG would not take any
responsibility if it doesn’t work. The default PIN code is 0000.
5.3.5 System Information
Displays the information about software version installed in the receiver.
5.3.6 Factory Reset
Use Factory Reset only when you want to return the receiver to the condition of factory default. This will
delete all user settings and installed channels.
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You can set the timer to make the receiver perform designated actions including timer based wake up or
sleep instructions to the receiver.
n Timer Index
Use the tu buttons to select.
n Active
Use tu buttons to select among Power on, Power off, Duration, Recording and OFF (disable timer)
n Mode
You can set the cycle of the action designated in the timer mode (Once, Daily or Weekly)
n Channel Type
Press OK button to display current channel list and using navigation buttons select channel to
be shown when the receiver will power on by timer event. You can use TV/R button to select
between TV and Radio channels.
n Starting Time
You can set the starting date or days of the week for the timer action. Use Numeric buttons to
enter the starting time of the timer action.
n Duration
Use Numeric buttons to enter the duration of channel view when the Timer mode is set to Time Interval.
5.5 Application
This menu will help you to use USB, Calendar, Tetris (Game).
5.5.1 USB
The Receiver is equipped with host controller. Insert your USB memory device to USB connector. Make
sure, that power consumption of your USB device is not higher than 500 mA. In case your USB memory
device power consumption is higher – make sure to connect an external power supply to your memory
device before connecting it to your receiver. Usage of memory device with high power consumption may
damage your receiver.
Select USB menu in application with pq and press OK
If you would like to backup channels or software to USB memory:
1. Press GREEN button and select type of data to store (“Channel data (UDB)” will store only
channels while “All SW dates (UAD)” will store software and channels).
2. Select one item and press OK to proceed.
3. Name of created file will be “STB_ALL_MMDDhhmm.UAD” or “STB_DB_MMDDhhmm.
UDB”, where: MM – month when file is created; DD – date; hh – hours; mm - minutes
To restore backed up data:
1. Select file (UAD or UDB) and press OK.
2. List of possible actions will be displayed. Make your choice and press OK to proceed.
3. After updating data from selected file your receiver will reboot automatically in 3 seconds.
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To format USB memory device
Please press YELLOW Button (Format). A warning window will appear to get your confirmation
of operation.
To delete file
Press BLUE Button (Delete). A warning window will appear to get your confirmation of operation.
Tip:
When USB memory device is not inserted to the USB port, OSD would not show any files.
5.5.2 Calendar
Use pq buttons to move to Calendar OK button. The calendar will appear on screen. Use pqtu
buttons to move between days in a month or / buttons to go previous or next Month. Press EXIT
buttons to return.
5.5.3 Tetris
Use pq buttons to move to Tetris and press OK button. Before starting a game, you will be prompt to
select level. Press numeric button to select a level which you want (1~15) and press OK.
tu:
Move block to left or right.
pq: Drop block.
OK:
Rotate block.
Press EXIT buttons to exit from game.
5.5.4 PDR
Here you can adjust your preferred Record Size (max. duration of record) and set Timeshift to ON or OFF.
6.0 OTHER OPERATIONS
6.1 Program Guide (EPG)
EPG shows the program schedule for the current channel. Availability of EPG depends from broadcast
and may not be available for all channels.
In no-menu state, press EPG button, the EPG Menu will appear. Screen is divided to 3 main parts: at the
left channel list, at the right program schedule list and bottom part provide short program description
with program start-end time.
In channel list:
Use pq buttons to choose the channel. Use tu to switch between channel list and program schedule.
In program schedule list:
Use pq buttons to choose program. Use RED/GREEN buttons to select previous/next day of schedule.
Use tu to switch between channel list and program schedule.
Use YELLOW button to display detailed program information.
Use BLUE button to programme timer for selected program.
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6.2 Zapping and information banners
Zapping banner displayed automatically every time when you change channel in normal view mode. It
provides information about current channel list type, carrier name, time and date information, channel
number and name as well as current program name.
Information banner can be displayed by pressing to INFO button.
In addition to zapping banner it provides information about next program, availability of subtitles and
teletext on current channel.
Information banner can be toggled to Extended and Signal modes by pressing RED (Extended) and
GREEN (Signal) buttons accordingly. In Extended mode can be displayed short description of current
program (if available). In Signal mode displayed technical information such as transponder parameters,
audio and video PIDs of current channel, signal strength and quality.
6.3 Channel list and view mode
To call up on screen the current channel list press OK button from view mode.
Use pqtu buttons to select channel and press OK to switch to full screen view mode.
6.3.1 Fast alphabet filtering
Press RED (Filter) button to filter channels in alphabetical order. The alphabet will be displayed at the
right side. Select first letter of the channel name that you need to find in the list and press OK.
6.3.2 Selection of the list
From view mode or channel list mode press FAV button to display the list of favourite groups. Use pq
buttons to select an item in the list and press OK to confirm selection.
To toggle between TV and Radio channels use TV/RAD button.
Tip:
FAV will only be displayed if you have already added channels to a FAV list.
6.3.3 Favorite list selection
From view mode or channel list mode press FAV button and use pq buttons to select favourite group
of your choice. Press OK to confirm selection.
Tip:
If you want to exit from FAV mode press TV/RAD button.
6.3.4 Selection of Audio Language
From view mode press the AUDIO button on your remote control. Use tu buttons to select an audio
language from the list of available. Use tu buttons to select audio channel between Left, Right and
Stereo. Press OK to confirm your selection. Additionally you can select volume level for this channel.
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In program details:
Use pq to scroll information in the window.
Use EXIT to return to the list of programs.
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6.3.5 TELETEXT function
In channel view mode press TEXT button. If Teletext is available in several languages, then select
language from the list.
6.3.6 Subtitles function
In channel view mode press SUB button. List of available subtitles languages will be displayed on the
screen. Use tu buttons to select language and OK to confirm. To disable subtitles select OFF from the
list of the languages.
6.4 PDR functions
The software supports full range of PDR functionality! The usage is based on your own risk! Recording
of HD signals requires very high record speed. Therefore the accurate function is depending on the
used external USB device. STRONG cannot guarantee for USB devices used. Especially when Timeshift
is activated at channels with high data rate, STRONG cannot guarantee an accurate Playback of the
Timeshift file. Any risk of the PDR function usage shall not be passed to STRONG!
6.4.1 Record
1. Select the desired TV channel you want to record.
Press the l (Record) button on the remote control to start recording.
2. Recording Info banner appears and shows the file name, recording time and duration (which
can be adjusted in Application > PDR menu). It will disappear within OSD-timeout interval.
To recall this banner during recording press the INFO button.
3. During recording you can call up the Record Channel List by pressing the OK button to watch
another Free-To-Air channel within the same transponder.
4. To stop recording at any time press n (Stop) button.
5. If you want to delete recorded file(s) from the Recording File List press the RED (delete) or
GREEN (All delete) button.
6.4.2 Play
1. Press Ñ (Play) button in TV mode and the Recording File List will appear on screen.
2. Select with the pq buttons the file you want to watch and start playback by pressing OK.
3. You can activate Fast Forward or Fast Rewind during playback by pressing the 7 or 8
button. Another pressing of these buttons will change the speed (FF: x2, x4, x8; FR: x1, x2,
x4, x8). Press Ñ (Play) button to continue playback at desired position.
4. To choose a specific position or scene in the playback press INFO and select the desired
position with the tu buttons.
5. To stop the playback press n (Stop) button.
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6.4.3 Timeshift
1. Make sure that in PDR menu the Timeshift function is set to ON. This can be adjusted in
“Application” > “PDR” menu.
2. Press;(Pause) button in TV mode to start Timeshift. The Recording Info banner appears
and shows the recorded time.
3. To continue watching the programme press Ñ (Play) button.
4. If you start Timeshift during recording the receiver keeps recording.
5. You can activate Fast Forward or Fast Rewind during Timeshift by pressing the 7 or 8
buttons. Another pressing of these buttons will change the speed (FF: x2, x4, x8; FR: x1, x2,
x4, x8).
6. To choose a specific position or scene in Timeshift mode press INFO and choose the desired
position with the tu buttons.
7. To leave Timeshift press <(Stop) button.
A.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
There may be various reasons for the abnormal operation of the receiver. Check the receiver according to
the procedures shown below. If the receiver does not work properly after checking it, please contact the
dealer. Don’t open the receiver cover. This may cause a dangerous situation and will void the warranty.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
The 4 digits display on
front panel does not
light up.
The power cord is not plugged
in.
Check that the power cord is plugged
in to the wall outlet. Make sure power
switch on rear panel is in ON position.
No picture or sound
Wrong connection of the Audio/
Video output of the receiver
to TV.
Connect the Audio/Video output of the
receiver to TV correctly.
Audio muting.
Press the MUTE button
TV power off.
Turn TV on.
The receiver can’t receive the
signal
Check the antenna cable, replace the
cable, or connect the cable to the
receiver tightly.
Incorrect values of channel
parameters.
Set the values channel parameters
correctly in installation menu.
You have switched to a Radio
channel
Press TV/Radio to get back to TV
channels.
The batteries of the remote
control are not inserted or
exhausted
Check whether the batteries are inserted
correctly in your remote control. Check
the batteries, and if exhausted replace
the batteries in the remote control.
No picture
The remote control does
not work
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A.2 SPECIFICATIONS
Demodulator DVB-T
Modulation:
Demodulation:
IF bandwidth:
Guard Interval:
Code rate:
COFDM
QSPK, 16-QAM/ 64-QAM
6, 7 or 8 Mhz
1/4, 1/8 1/16, 1/32
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
Video Decoder
Profile Level:
Input Rate:
Aspect Ratio:
Frame Rate:
Video Resolution:
MPEG-2 [email protected], [email protected], MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
Max. 90 Mbit/s
4:3, 16:9, Pan & Scan, Letterbox
25 Hz for PAL, 30 Hz for NTSC
576p, 720p, 1080i
Audio Decoder
Audio Decoding:
Audio Mode:
Frequency Response:
Sampling Rate:
Tuner DVB-T
Connector type:
Frequency Rage:
MPEG-1 Layer 1 & 2, Dolby Downmix
Mono L/R, Stereo, AC3
20 Hz ~ 20 kHz, <+/-2 dB
60 Hz ~ 18 kHz <+/- 0.5 dB
32, 44.1, 48 kHz
COFDM Spectrum:
Antenna supply:
Female, IEC60169-2, 75 Ohm nominal
VHF: 174 ~ 230 MHz
UHF: 470 ~ 862 MHz
-78.5 dBm ~ -25 dBm
(64-QAM, Code Rate 2/3, Guard Interval 1/8, Gaussian Channel)
COFDM 2K/8K-Carrier
5 Volt DC, Max. 50 mA overload protected
System & Memory
CPU:
Flash Memory:
System Memory:
A/V Memory:
STi7100
8 MBytes
64 MBytes
64 MBytes
Signal Level:
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General Data
Input Voltage Range:
Power Consumption:
Power Consumption/Standby:
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Operating Humidity Range:
Size (W x D x H) in mm:
Weight:
English
Connectors
ANT IN
TO TV
TV SCART (RGB, CVBS, Audio L/R Output with Volume control)
VCR Scart (Input - RGB, CVBS, Audio L/R; Output - CVBS, Audio L/R)
HDMI (V/A -Output) Type A -Version:
1.0
RCA Output - Audio L/R & Video Output
Component Video Out (YPbPr)
S/PDIF Dolby Digital Out (Coaxial, Optical)
Data Interface – serial port:
RS-232, 9-Pin D-Sub Male type
USB 2.0, Type A Connector
90 – 250 V AC 50 – 60 Hz
max 40 W
max. 12.1 W
0 ~ +40 °C
-10 ~ +50 °C
10 ~ 85 % RH, Non-condensing
300 x 215 x 65
1.6 kg
Subject to alterations. In consequence of continuous research and development technical specifications, design and appearance of
products may change. CryptoWorks and Irdeto are trademarks of Irdeto Access B.V., Conax is a trademark of Telenor Conax AS, Viaccess is a
trademark of France Telecom, all other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
© STRONG 2009. All rights reserved. 01/2009
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Environmental Issues
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
STRONG is committed to reducing the impact of its products on the environment.
To maximise the benefits of our design enhancements, your co-operation is required.
Electronic product recycling
Do not dispose of this product with your
domestic rubbish.
At the end of its useful life, this product
contains materials which when processed
correctly can be recovered and recycled. By
participating in the responsible recycling
of this product you will be reducing the
requirement for new raw materials and
reducing the amount of material that
would otherwise end up in landfill.
When you purchase a new, similar product
your retailer may offer to take this old one
off you. Alternatively, you can take it to
your local recycling centre. Your retailer or
local municipal authority will advise you of
the collection facilities available for waste
electronically products in your area. User
of this service will be free to you.
Within the scope of the European
legislation on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (Directive 2002/96/
EC valid as of August 2005) STRONG
provides a recycling system free of charge
for consumers to returning products after
end of life. For more information about
STRONG’s environmental policy to you:
www.strong.tv - select “About us” and
“Environmental Policy“ from the submenu.
Packaging
When disposing of this
product packaging, please
ensure that it is recycled.
Packaging material is to be
depolluted in waste
separation.
Power Saving
To save power and money,
please put the product into
standby mode when not in
use. We also recommend
disconnection from mains
supply when not in use for longer
periods of time.
Batteries
Do not dispose of the batteries
from your handset with your
domestic waste.
Where they are available,
participate in your local municipal
or retailer collection schemes
for spent batteries. Batteries
discarded in landfill sites or
incinerated increases the chances
of pollutants being dispersed into
the atmosphere.
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