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Nokia Mediamaster
Free-to-View
Owner’s Manual
Digital terrestrial Free-to-View is a non-subscription service through an
existing TV and aerial.
Total Channel availability is subject to coverage.
*You may be reguired to upgrade your television aerial to enable full
service reception.
Important Information
Wiring the plug (UK and Eire only)
The mains lead on this product is already fitted with a non-rewireable (moulded)
plug incorporating a fuse, the value of which is indicated on the pin face of the
plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, an ASTA or BSI approved BS 1362
fuse must be used of the same rating.
If the fuse cover is detachable always refit the cover after replacing the fuse.
NEVER use the plug with the fuse cover omitted.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets it should be cut off, after
having first removed the fuse, and an appropriate plug fitted in its place. If this
new plug contains a fuse its value should be the same as that removed from the
non-rewireable plug.
The severed plug must be destroyed immediately to avoid possible shock hazard.
If you need to replace the mains plug then follow the instruction given below:
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE - Neutral (N); BROWN - Live (L).
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the
letter N or coloured BLUE or BLACK.
The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the
letter L or coloured BROWN or RED.
On no account should either of these wires be connected to the terminal marked
E or coloured GREEN or GREEN and YELLOW.
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over
the sheath of the lead; not simply over the two wires.
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
Contact information:
Customer Services - 01793 556 046
Warranty - Freephone 0800 0850 836
[email protected]
www.nokia.com
Note: Contact information for ITV Digital refers to subscription services only
*For details on your local TV aerial installer contact cai: Tel: 020 8902 8998,
www.cai.org.uk
Nokia Home Communications operates a policy of continuous development.
Therefore we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any
of the products described in this manual without any prior notice.
Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation.
Copyright © 2002. Nokia Home Communications.
All rights reserved.
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Contents
Welcome to digital terrestrial television
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General operation of your ITV Digital
Mediamaster
4
For your safety
4
Remote
5
Product overview
Rear panel
6
Front panel
6
Installation
7
About the SCART sockets
7
Preparing the remote
7
Inserting your ITV Digital Smartcard
7
Connecting the Mediamaster
8
Connecting the Mediamaster to a TV
8
Connecting to a TV and a video
8
Connecting to a satellite receiver and a video 9
Connecting to a Hi Fi system
9
Connecting to the telephone wall socket
9
Tuning procedure when RF connections
are used
10
Getting started
11
General information
11
Switching on for the first time
11
Displaying a channel
12
Beginning your subscription
12
Selecting channels
12
Switching between digital and analogue
channels
12
Using the channel list
13
Renumbering the channels
13
The on-screen tv guide
14
Setting up your favourite channels
15
Using parental lock
16
Setting your parental code for the first time 16
To change your parental code
16
Selecting channels to be locked
17
Watching your locked channels
18
To unlock individual channels
18
To unlock all channels
18
Setting the timer and video recording
General information
Setting the timer
Deleting a timer
Timer alarm
Setting your video
Using digital teletext
Using a digital text TV channel
Using text services in a digital TV channel
Checking your digital updates
Postbox
Smartcard data
Setting the viewing preferences
Preferred language
Subtitles
TV volume
Info display time
Timer alarm
Time and date
Settings for your TV and video
TV screen
TV sound
TV standard
Video sound
Video standard
Output channel
Modem settings
ITV Digital technical information
Signal strength
Manufacturer data
Auto update
Searching for channels
Adding new channels
Replacing the whole channel list
Trouble shooting guide
Front panel display
Technical specifications
Menu screen structure
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Please be aware that from time to time the Mediamaster may be
automatically updated ‘over the air’ and new software can change
the functionality of the Mediamaster.
The EMC Directive 89/336/EEC is applied to this product.
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Welcome to digital terrestrial television
The simplest way to get digital television is here. No dish. No cable.
Simply an aerial. It is, without doubt, the most exciting development
in television history since the first-ever broadcast in 1936.
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In the last 60 years, there have been up to five normal channels on
analogue television. Digital terrestrial television changes that.
ITV Digital is the next step in television. Simply plug in your
ITV Digital box for a feast of mouth watering television.
ITV Digital lets you pick and choose the Primary channels you want
to watch.
Subscription channels from ITV Digital, together with free-to-view
channels from the BBC* and ITV, cover everything from sports and
movies to news and current affairs, all with improved picture and
sound... and widescreen too. No need for dishes. No need for cables.
All you need is ITV Digital.
* BBC services are provided free as part of the licence fee.
General operation of your ITV Digital Mediamaster
Throughout this manual you will notice that the everyday operation of
your ITV Digital Mediamaster is based on a series of user friendly
on-screen displays and menus. These displays will help you get the
most from your ITV Digital Mediamaster, guiding you through initial
installation, channel selection, timer settings and many other functions.
Functions can be carried out using either the buttons on the front of
your Mediamaster or on the remote. However we suggest that you
will find it easier to use your remote in most instances. If at any time
when using the menus you want to return to the normal TV picture,
press either the EXIT or MENU button.
Included with your ITV Digital Mediamaster is the ITV Digital ‘starter
pack’. It contains the leaflet ‘How to switch on in one easy go’. This
has simple instructions on how to connect and start up the ITV Digital
Mediamaster. Your Smartcard from ITV Digital is also included with this
leaflet.
Should you experience any difficulties with the operation of your
ITV Digital Mediamaster, please consult the relevant section of this
book, including the trouble shooting guide, or if you need more help
call: ITV Digital Customer Services 0808 100 0101.
For your safety
• Allow clear space around the Mediamaster for sufficient ventilation.
• Do not cover the Mediamaster or place
it on a unit that emits heat.
• Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of
washing-up liquid to clean the casing.
• Never allow liquids, spray or other
materials to come into contact with the
inside of the Mediamaster.
• Do not connect or modify cables when the
Mediamaster is plugged in.
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• Do not remove the cover.
• Do not allow the unit to be exposed to hot,
cold or humid conditions.
• Nokia is proud to offer a high quality product.
To keep this level of quality, service should
be carried out only at a Nokia authorised
service centre.
• Please note that the only way to isolate the
Mediamaster completely from the 230 V
mains supply is to unplug the mains lead!
Remote
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Throughout this manual, you will find that all daily functions can be carried out using the
remote. This section explains the function of each button.
To turn the Mediamaster into / out of standby mode.
TV DTV To switch between digital terrestrial TV, analogue TV,
digital satellite TV signal and VCR, when your systems
are connected by SCART leads.
To turn the sound off/on (mute) from your Mediamaster
without having to use your TV remote.
- +
To adjust the volume of digital programmes, without
having to use your TV remote.
0-9
To change channel and to select individual menu options.
INFO
To display the on-screen TV guide, with information
about current and next programmes.
TEXT
To use for digital text information services.
EXIT
To return from a menu to normal TV picture.
MENU
To display or exit from the main menu.
GUIDE
To access future interactive and pay-per-view services.
P+ P-
To change channels by stepping up and down.
▼ ▲
To move the highlighted box up and down in menus, or
scrolling through channels when using the on screen tv
guide.
To make changes to settings once you have selected a
particular menu option.
At the moment, these have no function.
SELECT To confirm choices and selection of a highlighted item.
To display the channel list.
RED
The coloured buttons are used in a number of areas
GREEN including teletext services, when using the menus or
YELLOW the on-screen tv guide.
BLUE
Some functions can be operated with the front panel
buttons of the Mediamaster. The buttons are identified
in the same way as those on your remote.
For inserting the batteries in the remote, see page 7.
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Rear panel
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Mains lead
230 V AC
+/- 15%,
50 Hz
230 V
±15%
50 Hz
DIGITAL AUDIO
phono connector
S/PDIF output for
connection to e.g.
a HiFi system
AUX SCART
for the SCART connection
to a video recorder, or an
analogue satellite receiver
TELEPHONE
for modem
connection to the
telephone wall
socket
TELEPHONE
DIGITAL AUDIO
TV / VCR
AUX
L
WARNING!
DO NOT OPEN –
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD
TV / VCR
for an RF-lead
to the aerial
input of the TV
or a video
TV
TV AERIAL
SERIAL
AUDIO
R
44 10285
AUDIO L R
phono connectors
Stereo outputs for
connection to a HiFi
system
TV SCART
for the SCART
connection to
the TV
SERIAL
for PC or
modem
connection
TV AERIAL
for a terrestrial
(conventional) TV
aerial or an additional
small indoor antenna
Front panel
RESET
to restart the
Mediamaster
Slot
for the
ITV Digital
Smartcard
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Slot
for the CI
module
Button
for the CI
module
release
MENU
to select
Main
menu
to bring the
Mediamaster
into/out of
standby
for several functions,
e.g selecting channels,
highlighting an option
within a menu or
scrolling through
channels
Display
shows channel information,
error messages, post message,
remote commands and time in
standby mode
SELECT
for confirming
choices and to
display the
channel list
for selecting
settings in a
particular menu
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The box for your ITV Digital Mediamaster should contain the
following items:
• the ITV Digital Mediamaster
• a remote with 2 AAA batteries
• aerial/RF lead (double screened 1,5 metres)
• SCART lead (fully featured 1,0 metre)
• telephone modem cable (10 metres with a T-splitter)
Telephone
modem
cable
SCART lead
RF lead
Important
Documents
Please stop
and read this first
It’s vital if you
want to get on
• a user’s manual
• ITV Digital starter pack
Your ITV Digital
Viewing Smartcard is inside
User’s
Manual
Starter pack
Remote &
batteries
About the SCART sockets
• The rear panel of the Mediamaster is equipped with 2 SCART
sockets (see diagram). When you connect other products
to any of these sockets, always use fully featured SCART
leads (as supplied). There are “less well specified” SCART
leads on the market, however picture quality could be reduced.
SCART socket
• SCART leads are also necessary to get stereo sound from a
stereo TV and video.
Preparing the remote
• Remove the cover on the battery compartment at the bottom
of the remote.
• Insert the 2 x AAA (1,5 V) batteries, as shown in the diagram,
taking care to observe the + and - markings indicated inside.
• Replace the cover.
Inserting your ITV Digital Smartcard
• Insert your smartcard fully into the slot, behind the lid in the
front panel of the Mediamaster so that the gold chip and the
arrow faces downwards and inwards (see diagram
opposite).
After inserting the card, leave it in the slot permanently. Do not
remove it again, unless ITV Digital asks you to do so.
Note! The gold chip
and the arrow must be
on the underside of the
Smartcard
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Connecting the Mediamaster
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There are many different types of TV/video and other equipment
that you can connect to the Mediamaster.
In this manual you will see some of the most common ways to
connect your equipment.
If you use RF leads you have to tune your TV and video manually
to the Mediamaster (see page 10).
If you have problems with your connections and need help,
contact ITV Digital Customer Services 0808 100 0101.
Connecting the Mediamaster to a TV
TV
• Connect the SCART lead (supplied) between the main SCART
socket on the TV and the TV SCART socket on the
Media master.
2
• Connect the RF lead (supplied) between the TV/VCR output on
the Mediamaster and the TV aerial input on your TV.
1
RF
SCART
• Connect the ordinary TV aerial directly to the TV AERIAL input
socket on the Mediamaster (or use an indoor aerial).
Aerial
Mediamaster
Connecting to a TV and a video
Refer to your video’s manual for full instructions.
• Connect one SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
RF
video
• Connect another SCART lead between the video
and the AUX SCART socket on the
Mediamaster.
Aerial
RF
1
2
• Connect an RF lead from the TV/VCR output on
the Mediamaster to the TV aerial input on the video.
• Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the video
to the TV AERIAL input socket on the TV.(This connection
will already be in place. If so, you need not change it).
SCART
SCART
Mediamaster
• Connect the ordinary TV aerial directly to the TV AERIAL input
socket on the Mediamaster.(This will previously have been in
the back of your video).
Aerial
If your TV has a SCART socket, but your video does not
RF
• Follow connection details from above, but without the 2nd
SCART lead.
Your video will then need to be manually
tuned to your Mediamaster
2
video
1
SCART
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Mediamaster
Connecting to a satellite receiver and a video
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• Connect a SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
• Connect a SCART lead between the TV SCART socket on the
satellite receiver and the AUX SCART socket on the
Mediamaster.
• Connect a SCART lead between the video
and the 2nd SCART socket on the
TV (if available).
Aerial
2
1
• Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the
video to the TV aerial input on the TV.
RF
Dish
SCART
• Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the
satellite receiver to the RF input socket on the video.
• Connect an RF lead from the TV/VCR output on the
Mediamaster to the RF input socket on the satellite receiver.
• Connect the ordinary TV aerial to the TV AERIAL input socket
on the Mediamaster.
• Connect the coaxial cable between the LNB and the LNB
socket on the satellite (analogue/digital) receiver.
Both the video and the analogue satellite receiver must be
tuned with different UHF channels (not occupied between 21
to 69) .
The analogue satellite receiver must be switched to OFF
(standby) when you want to watch digital terrestrial
channels from the Mediamaster.
video
RF
Mediamaster
LNB
cable
Satellite receiver
Connecting to a HiFi system
• Connect an RCA/Cinch stereo cable from the AUDIO L R
sockets on the Mediamaster to the LINE, AUX, SPARE or
EXTRA input sockets on your HiFi system.
• If available you can connect an RCA/Cinch single cable from
the DIGITAL AUDIO socket on the Mediamaster to your HiFi
system or Dolby Pro Logic system.
Note: To avoid interference you must use a screened video
cable.
Mediamaster
Connecting to the telephone wall socket
In the future you will be offered interactive and pay-per-view
services from ITV Digital. You may then need to connect the
Mediamaster to the telephone line.
• To connect the telephone modem cable (supplied) simply plug
the cable from the Mediamaster TELEPHONE socket to the
telephone socket. Until you need to connect this, please keep
the cable in a safe place.
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Tuning procedure when RF connections are used
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If you have connected your Mediamaster using SCART leads, you
do not have to manually tune your Mediamaster to your TV or
video. The steps below explain what to do if you have been
unable to use SCART in your connection.
To tune your TV for RF connections you might also need your TV
manual as well as this manual.
• Plug in your TV, Mediamaster (and video).
• Switch on the TV.
• Press
to switch the Mediamaster on.
Tuning your TV to the ITV Digital Mediamaster
• Select a programme number on the TV that is not currently
used for a terrestrial TV channel.
• Follow the instructions in your TV user manual to tune the TV
channel selector to channel 21(this is the Mediamaster’s
factory preset RF channel). If you are already using this
channel e.g. for a terrestrial TV channel, select another non
occupied UHF channel between 21to 69 on the TV.
For example, if you then select UHF channel 50 on your TV,
you must change your Mediamaster to the same channel. To
do this, refer to page 25 and change option 6 within the ‘tv and
video settings’ menu.
welcome
• When you have correctly changed the UHF channel number
you will see the ‘welcome’ message on the TV screen
• Follow the instructions in your TV manual to store this as your
digital terrestrial channel. You will have to select it when you
want to watch digital terrestrial channels.
Press select on your remote to
get started
• Once the welcome message is visible press the SELECT
button on the Mediamaster remote to start the Installation
procedure.
• If the welcome message is missing or there is interference on
other channels you will have to change the UHF channel
number. Press MENU on the front panel or on the remote. You
will see the main menu. Select viewing preferences, then tv
and video settings and UHF channel number. See page 25.
If you have a video connected it must be tuned with different
UHF channel (between 21 to 69) than the Mediamaster.
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select
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General information
Once you have connected your Mediamaster to your equipment
properly, you are ready to begin searching for new channels.
(One of the easiest methods of connection is explained in the
‘How to switch on in one easy go’ leaflet also included with your
Mediamaster. We recommend that if possible, you use this guide
to install your Mediamaster).
Pressing the SELECT button will confirm a selection within a
menu.
Pressing EXIT will remove the menu from the screen or the RED
‘back’ button to move a step back at a time.
or
Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to move up and down and
buttons to move left or right within a highlighted box. If you need
to use the coloured buttons or some other buttons it will be
displayed on each menu.
Switching on for the first time
• Plug in your TV, Mediamaster and video. Switch on the TV
first. Press
to switch the Mediamaster on.
welcome
The front panel display will flash a few times (- -: - -). When it
stops flashing you are ready to go on.
Press select on your remote to
get started
• Now you will see the ‘welcome’ message on the screen.
If the welcome message does not appear ...
If you don’t see the welcome message it could be because
your Mediamaster has been switched on before. Press MENU
to display the ‘main menu’. If the welcome screen or main
menu aren’t visible you may need to press the TV/DTV button several times if the system is connected by SCART leads.
Alternatively, use the appropriate button on your TV remote to
select the AV channel (EXT or AV).
• Press SELECT on the remote to select the ‘main menu’.
Press ▼ to highlight ‘getting started’. Press SELECT to start
the channel search.
You may see a menu including options to ‘add channels’ or
‘store channels’. Choose option 4 ‘store channels’ and press
SELECT.
select
main menu
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2
3
4
5
6
7
setting the timer
choosing favourite channels
parental control
viewing preferences
getting started
updates
technical information
select
Your Mediamaster will now automatically search for your new
digital channels. This could take several minutes. You will see
a bar on the menu telling you how the search is progressing.
As the search ends, you will briefly see a message that
indicates the Mediamaster is storing the channels. You will
then see a list of the channels that have been found and
stored.
store channels
Your set top box is now searching for all
available channels.
This may take about 20 minutes.
Please wait.
%
0
25
50
number of channels found
75
100
13
back
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Displaying a channel
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After the Mediamaster has found and stored the channels, it
automatically displays the channel list menu.
channel
list
channel list
Press EXIT or SELECT to begin watching a channel. To select another channel, use the number buttons on the remote or the ▲
and ▼ buttons to scroll down the list of available channels.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
The Mediamaster always displays the first channel on the menu.
This is a free channel. It means you can see it even if you haven’t
started your subscription yet.
Beginning your subscription
back
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
select
view this channel
• If you haven’t yet done so, take your Smartcard out of its
sleeve in the ‘How to switch on in one easy go’ leaflet. Note
the Smartcard number and put it into the slot behind the flap
of your Mediamaster (see page7).
• Call the ITV Digital activation team on 0870 600 1616.
They will ask you for some information to confirm your account
and will then activate your Smartcard.
Selecting channels
When you change channels, a channel-banner appears briefly at
the top of the screen. The channel number, name and any
favourite or locked channel symbol is displayed. You can adjust
the length of time that the banner will display on the menu or take
it away (see page 23).
The channel number is also displayed on the front panel.
In either case, the Mediamaster will wait approximately one second before changing channels after the selection has been made.
• To change channels press P+ or P- or the number buttons
IMPORTANT – using the number buttons will enable you to
select ALL channels, regardless of whether they have been
selected as your favourite channels. However, the P+ or P- or
▲ and ▼ buttons will select favourite channels only, if the favourites mode is activated.
Switching between digital and
analogue channels
To switch between watching digital channels via your
Mediamaster and standard analogue channels on your TV or your
video, use the TV/DTV button. The button will only function if you
have connected your digital box using the scart lead supplied.
• Press TV/DTV to switch between digital terrestrial TV,
analogue TV, digital satellite TV and video, when your systems
are connected by SCART leads. (The satellite receiver must be
put into standby when you are watching terrestrial digital TV).
• Alternatively press the appropriate button on your TV remote
to select the AV channel (EXT or AV).
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UK Gold
Childrens hour
Using the channel list
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The channel list is an alternative way of viewing what channels
are available on your ITV Digital Mediamaster. The list will display
ALL channels over the programme you are currently watching and
will also indicate which channels have been selected as your
favourites or have been locked.
• Press SELECT to display the channel list whilst viewing any
channel.
• The display will show a total of 6 channels at a time,
consecutive to the channel you are currently watching, along
with symbols that identify whether channels are your
favourites or are locked. The channel you are currently
viewing will be highlighted on this list.
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
• Press ▲ or ▼ to move through the channel list. When you
reach the bottom of one menu, continue to press the ▼ to
scroll to the next screen. Alternatively, pressing the or
button will scroll a full page at a time.
select
1
2
3
4
5
6
exit
• Press SELECT to view the channel you want to watch or
press EXIT to remove the channel list from your screen
without changing channels.
Renumbering the channels
This feature enables you to choose the order in which your
channels are stored following initial installation.
getting started
You are only able to swap channels around, two at a time,
preventing you from being able to delete a channel by accident.
1
2
3
4
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select getting started by pressing 5 (or highlighting it and press
SELECT.)
channel list
change channel numbers
add channels
store channels
• Within the getting started menu select change channel
numbers by pressing 2 (or highlighting it and press SELECT).
• The screen will display a complete list of channels currently
available. This screen will also indicate whether they have
been selected as your favourite or locked channels.
• To move a channel to an alternative location, firstly highlight
the channel using the ▲ or ▼ and press SELECT to choose
that channel as indicated at the bottom of the screen.
• Now select the new channel location using the ▲ or ▼ buttons to highlight the channel number where you want to move
the channel to.
• Press SELECT again to swap the channels you have
highlighted.
• Repeat these steps to move further channels.
• Press EXIT to return to a normal TV picture.
back
select
To reveal further
sections of the
list
change channel
numbers
❤
❤
❤
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
BBC TEXT
ITV TEXT +
SKY SPORTS 1
SKY PREMIER
SKY SPORTS 3
SKY MOVIE MAX
MUTV
SKY 1
CARTOON NETWORK
select choose channel to renumber
back
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The on-screen tv guide
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When you are watching a digital channel you can display an onscreen tv guide to see information about current and next programmes.
• Press INFO to activate the on-screen tv guide.
• The banner at the top of the screen will always display the
current channel number and name, the name of the current
programme and the time.
Channel name
Channel number
Current time
BBC TWO
• The banner at the bottom of the screen will initially show
the same information and additionally, the name and start time
of the current and next programme.
It also indicates whether it is broadcast in mono or stereo and
also the type of programme (such as film, drama or comedy).
• Press ▲ ▼ or the number buttons to see programme
information for other channels at the bottom of the screen
without changing the channel you are currently watching.
Note: If the favourite channels function is active, pressing the
▲ or ▼ buttons when using the on-screen tv guide will display
only your favourite channels and the current channel.
Alongside the programme names, you can view additional
information about both the current and the next programme.
• Press the BLUE button to see information about the current
programme.
• Press the YELLOW button to see information about the next
programme.
BBC TWO
Symbols:
a locked or
unlocked
channel
a favourite
channel
Programme
type, its sound
and if subtitles
are available
13:30 Cartoon Time
info
14:30 The Travel Show
info
Current programme
and its start time
Next programme
and its start time
Start and end
times for the
programme
BBC TWO
• Press ▲ or ▼ if not all of the further information is displayed.
• Press the coloured buttons again to remove the information.
• Press SELECT to change to that channel, when the
programme you want to watch is displayed at the bottom of
the screen.
• Press INFO again or EXIT to return to normal TV viewing
without changing a channel.
14:30 - 15:45
Documentary stereo subtitles
Reports this week from
BBC TWO
Note: The channel cannot be changed however if you are
viewing information for the NEXT programme.
To remove the
further information
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13:30
program
IndiaChildrens
and Canada.
info
14:30
Sport news
close
info
Detailed description
of the programme
Setting up your favourite channels
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This function enables you to select channels as your ‘favourite
channels’ which are then easier and faster to access.
When using the P+ and P- buttons to change channels, and the
favourite mode is on, only your favourite channels will be
available for selection. Similarly, with the favourites mode on and
when using the on-screen tv guide, the ▲ or ▼ buttons will only
select your favourites.
You can view a list of your chosen favourite channels by
selecting the channel list, or the favourite channels screen.
favourite channels
favourites are off
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select choosing favourite channels by pressing 2 (or
highlighting it and press SELECT.)
• Press ▲ or ▼ to highlight the favourite channel, then press
SELECT. A heart symbol will appear alongside the channel
name to indicate it has been selected.
• Repeat these steps until you have marked all the other
channels you wish to add to the favourite list.
• To remove a favourite channel from your list press ▲ or ▼ to
highlight the channel you want to remove then press SELECT.
The heart symbol will disappear.
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2 BBC TWO
3 ITV
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4 CHANNEL 4
5 CHANNEL 5
6 ITV 2
7 BBC CHOICE
❤
8 BBC NEWS 24
9 TELETEXT
switch favourites on
select confirm as a favourite
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• Press the GREEN button to activate the favourite mode. The
favourite mode status is displayed on the top right of the menu
as ‘favourites are on’ or ‘favourites are off’.
• Press the RED button to return to the previous screen, or press
EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
favourite channels
favourites are on
❤
1 BBC ONE
2 BBC TWO
3 ITV
❤
4 CHANNEL 4
5 CHANNEL 5
6 ITV 2
7 BBC CHOICE
❤
8 BBC NEWS 24
9 TELETEXT
switch favourites off
select confirm as a favourite
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Using parental lock
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This feature will enable you to limit access to any particular
channel.
When this option is selected for the first time, you will be asked
to enter your code before certain other functions can be
performed.
Only people who know the code can then unlock a channel.
Setting your parental code for the first time
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
parental lock
• Select parental lock by pressing 3 (or highlighting it and press
SELECT.)
• Select enter new parental code by pressing 1 (or highlighting
it and press SELECT.) The menu to the right will now be
displayed.
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2
enter new parental code
choose channel to lock or unlock
• Select a 4-digit code (not 0000), using the number buttons.
As you enter the code, it will be displayed on the screen. If you
enter an incorrect number, use the button to move back one
space and make an amendment.
select
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• Please keep a note of your parental code in a safe place for
future reference.
parental lock
• Press SELECT to confirm and store the code.
If for any reason the code is not accepted, the entry will be
cleared and you will be prompted to enter another code.
• Press the RED button to return to the previous parental lock
menu or press EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
enter parental code
1
enter new parental code
2
choose channel
+ + to
+ lock
+ or unlock
select
If you forget your parental code, contact ITV Digital Customer
Services.
confirm your code
back
select
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To change your parental code
Once a code has been entered, you can change the parental code
at any time. In order to do this, you will need to enter the current
code before a new code can be entered.
parental lock
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select parental lock by pressing 3 (or highlighting it and press
SELECT.)
1
change parental code
2
choose channel to lock or unlock
• Select change parental code by pressing 1 (or highlighting it
and press SELECT.)
• Enter your current code and then press SELECT. Asterisks will
be displayed as the code is entered. If necessary, use the
button to correct any mistakes.
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If this code is correct, you will be asked to enter a new code.
• Enter your new 4-digit code (not 0000) and then press SELECT
to confirm.
parental lock
An on-screen message asks you to remember your new code.
If you entered a wrong code at any stage, an on-screen display
will inform you what to do.
enter parental code
1
enter new parental code
2
choose channel
+ + to
+ lock
+ or unlock
• Press the RED button to return to the previous parental lock
menu or press EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
select
confirm your code
back
back
select
Selecting channels to be locked
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select parental lock by pressing 3 (or highlighting it and press
SELECT.)
lock or unlock
locks are open
❤
• Enter your parental code and then press SELECT.
• Select choose channels to lock or unlock by pressing 2 (or
highlighting it and press SELECT.) The screen to the right will
now be displayed.
• Press ▲ or ▼ to highlight the channel you want to lock. Press
SELECT. A padlock symbol will appear alongside the selected
channel to confirm your choice.
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2
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4
5
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7
8
9
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
lock on
back
select
lock selected channel
• Repeat this step until you have identified all the channels you
want to lock.
• Press the GREEN button to lock (closed padlock) or to unlock
(opened padlock) channels. ‘locks are closed’ or ‘locks are
open’ will appear at the top of the screen.
• Press the RED button to return to the previous parental lock
menu or press EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
• If you wish to unlock a channel permanently, repeat the above
steps, highlighing the channel that you want to lock and press
SELECT. The padlock symbol will disappear.
Note: You should briefly put your Mediamaster into standby
to ensure that locked channels are stored in the memory.
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Watching your locked channels
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Once you have locked all the required channels, there are 2 ways
to regain access and watch these channels. You can either
unlock individual channels as you select them, or return to the
‘choose channels to lock or unlock’ menu and temporarily unlock
them all.
To unlock individual channels
• When you select a channel that has been locked you will not
be able to see or hear the locked channel until your code has
been entered. Press SELECT to display the screen opposite.
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• Then enter your parental code. Asterisks will be displayed in
the 4 digit field.
• Press SELECT to confirm the code.
• If necessary, press to move back and make an amendment
if you enter wrong code.
The locked channel will appear on the TV screen.
• If you enter an incorrect number, a message will inform you.
Press SELECT and try again.
Note: If after unlocking a channel this way, you change to
another channel, you will have to repeat the above steps to
view the locked channel again.
To unlock all channels
If you temporarily want to unlock all your locked channels, the
easiest way to do this is from the ‘lock or unlock’ menu.
• Press MENU, then select option 3, parental lock and option
2, choose channels to lock or unlock.
• Enter your parental code when prompted.
• Press the GREEN button to unlock (opened padlocks). ‘locks
are open’ appear below the menu title.
You will now have access to all your locked channels without
having to enter your parental code for each channel.
Note: Don’t forget to lock your channels again after unlocking
them all in this manner (use the same procedure as described
above).
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
open locks
select lock selected channel
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Setting the timer and video recording
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General information
The ‘timer settings’ function enables you to program your
Mediamaster to switch on and off at selected times, for up to 8
different time slots. Your video can then be set to record digital
programmes.
• Pressing the RED button will return you to the previous part
of the procedure, or
• Pressing EXIT will discard any changes that have been made
and return your Mediamaster to normal operation.
• Please note that it is NOT possible to record from one
digital channel and watch an alternative digital channel at
the same time.
• If you wish to watch TV while you record a digital terrestrial
channel, you can watch the channel you are recording or an
analogue channel or vice versa.
• Make sure that the time and date are correctly set (see page
24).
• If you enter a setting that overlaps another setting, a screen
will be displayed to warn you of the conflict.
• If you set more than one timer, the list of timers will rearrange
automatically and the earliest ‘timer’ becomes 1.
• You can set the timer (without setting your video) to remind
you when ‘favourite’ programme will start.
Setting the timer
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select setting the timer by pressing 1 (or highlighting it and
press SELECT.)
• The screen will now show a list of 8 timer slots, each one
indicating that it is either available for programming, or that it
has a programme already stored in it.
• Select a free row by pressing the appropriate number or highlighting it and press SELECT. The screen opposite is displayed.
• Use the number buttons to key in the settings for the different items (the date, channel number, start and end times).
setting the timer
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• Press ▼ button to confirm the entry and move to each item.
• You must use four digits for the date. Only the day and month
should be entered, the receiver will automatically know the
year, e.g. for the 8th February 1999, enter 0802.
• If you do not know the channel number press the GREEN button to display the channel list on the screen. Press ▲ or ▼ to
highlight the channel you require and press SELECT. The
channel number will then be added to the set the timer menu.
• You must use the 24-hour clock for the time (e.g.8.25 pm,
enter 2025).
• If you enter something incorrectly, a message will be
displayed. Use to make a correction.
setting the timer
timer 1
DON’T FORGET TO PROGRAM YOUR VIDEO
date
08.02
channel
5
or
start time
+ +:+ +
end time
+ +: + +
recording repeat S once only O
choose a channel select confirm setting
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• When you highlight ‘recording repeat’ use or
to select
how frequently you want the recording to be made. The screen
display will give you options of ‘once only’, ‘daily’ or ‘weekly’.
Select the option you want. The last two alternatives are
useful when recording a series of programmes.
• Press SELECT to save the settings when all the details have
been set. If the channel is locked, enter your parental code and
confirm with SELECT. The programme details will then be
displayed on the setting the timer menu.
• Repeat these steps for other timer settings.
setting the timer
DON’T FORGET TO PROGRAM YOUR VIDEO
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8
08.02 BBC 1
09.02 ITV
available
available
available
available
available
available
15:30 - 16:30
08:30 - 09:30
delete this timer setting
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• Press EXIT to return to TV viewing.
select
to set the receiver in standby to activate the timer
• Press
settings.
Note: Five minutes before the start time the Mediamaster will
switch onto the preprogrammed channel. ”rEC” is shown on
the front panel display. The timer will switch back into standby
five minutes after the end time.
Deleting a timer
setting the timer
• Press MENU and select 1 for the setting the timer menu.
• Press ▲ or ▼ to highlight the timer event you want to delete.
• Press the BLUE button. Followed by number button 1 to
delete the timer.
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5
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7
8
enter parental code
08.02 BBC 1
15:30 - 16:30
do you really
want
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09.02 ITV
08:30
- 09:30
delete
available this timer setting?
available
available
1
yes
available
2
no
available
available
delete this timer setting
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Timer alarm
• If you have finished watching programmes on your
Mediamaster, you should leave it in standby mode in order for
the timer settings to be activated.
• If however you wish to continue watching other digital
channels after setting a timer, you can do so by changing
channels in the normal way.
• If you are watching another digital channel when the timer is
due to start, the timer alarm will sound a short ‘beep’ and
”rEd” will be shown on the front panel display.
• Press the Red button. The screen opposite is displayed.
You now have two choices:
• Press SELECT if you want to change to the channel set in the
timer. Your video will then record the correct channel.
• Press the Red button if you want to stay on the channel you
are watching. In this case the video will record the channel you
are watching and not the channel you set in the timer.
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soon MENU PROGRAMMING
MTV select watch - record
stay on this channel
Setting your video
These steps above will now activate your Mediamaster. But if you
want to record, you must also set up your video at the
appropriate times.
As previously mentioned it is not possible to record one digital
channel whilst watching another.
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You can however record a digital channel via your Mediamaster
and watch an analogue channel on your TV, or vice versa.
Using digital teletext
In addition to normal teletext services available on analogue
terrestrial channels, your Mediamaster has access to dedicated
digital teletext channels. The digital services include high quality
text and graphics as well as advanced navigational options. You
can use the digital text information services even if you don’t have
a Teletext TV.
Using a digital text TV channel
• Select the digital text channel. Check the channel list or the
TV guide for the channel number.
• Individual teletext pages can be selected by using the number,
▲ ▼ or coloured buttons and the SELECT button.
• When you have finished viewing the digital text channel,
select an alternative channel in the normal manner.
Using text services in a digital TV channel
Teletext services may also be available on other digital channels.
The operation and appearance of these services is similar to what
you may be used to on your TV.
Sometimes the text services can be indicated by a symbol or
other functions on the screen, superimposed on the channel you
are watching.
• Press TEXT to display text services.
• Use the number buttons on your remote to select the
different pages. Use the colour buttons for the functions
shown on the screen.
• Press TEXT again to return to a normal TV viewing.
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Checking your digital updates
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Your Mediamaster has the ability to display messages that have
been sent to you by a broadcaster, perhaps about a special offer
or your current subscription package.
You will be advised when a message is waiting to be read by the
code ‘P O S E’ appearing in the display on the front of your
Mediamaster.
Postbox
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select ITV Digital updates by pressing 6.
postbox
• Select check your postbox by pressing 2.
• Your current messages will then be displayed. The most recent
message appears at the top of the screen, with previous
messages following.
• Press ▲ ▼ if you wish to check other messages. Each time
you re-enter the postbox, the latest message will always
appear first.
NOTE: Messages cannot be manually deleted, but the oldest
messages are automatically removed as new messages are
received.
New channels
Watch out for the new channels.
They will start tomorrow.
Contact ITV Digital
Please contact ITV Digital Customer
Service on 0808 100 0101. Thank you.
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• Press the RED button to return to the previous menu or press
EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
Smartcard data
In this menu you can check information about your smartcard.
smartcard data
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select ITV Digital updates by pressing 6.
• Select smartcard data by pressing 1.
• Press the RED button to return to the previous menu or press
EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
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Setting the viewing preferences
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The Mediamaster has three menus to set your viewing
preferences. Each have been factory-set for the most commonly
used settings.
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select viewing preferences by pressing 4.
viewing preferences
• Select ITV Digital box settings by pressing 1.
• Press ▲ or ▼ to select the required setting numbered 1 to 6.
• Press
or
to make the required adjustment.
• Press the RED button to return to the previous menu or press
EXIT to return to normal TV viewing.
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tv and video settings
modem settings
Preferred language
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When your Mediamaster is first switched on, the default setting will
be English. Other options are Welsh and Gaelic. If the language
selected is not available, the box will use English as a default.
Subtitles
Similarly, this option will allow you to choose the language that
subtitles are displayed in. Options are English, Welsh, Gaelic and
none. If any of the languages are selected, subtitles will always
be displayed when they are available.
Options also include the same language but for the hard of
hearing, these are identified by a symbol after the language and
include description of activity within the programme, such as
laughter or applause.
If the ‘none’ option is selected, subtitles will not be displayed,
even if they are available.
You will know if subtitles are available for a programme either by
checking the on-screen tv guide, or if you are made aware of this
by a broadcaster.
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preferred language S
english O
subtitles
S none O
tv volume
S
O
info display time S
normal O
timer alarm
Svisual+audio O
date and time
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set date and time
TV volume
This option sets the maximum sound output level from your
Mediamaster to your TV. This is factory set to a medium level, but
you may notice that when switching between channels on your
digital box and channels on your normal TV, that the volume
differs. Use the or to adjust the level required.
Info display time
With this option you can set the length of time that on-screen
information is displayed. This only applies to screens that you do
not make adjustments to such as channel change. The options
available are off, normal or long.
Note: If this option is set to off, certain menus, including the
channel list, will no longer appear on-screen at all.
Timer alarm
This option enables you to select either ‘visual’ or ‘visual+audio’
for the timer alarm. The alarm is factory set to visual+audio, and
as such will give a warning when a programme is about to start
for which the timer has been set.
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Your box will display the code ‘rEd’ on the display and will ‘beep’.
More information about the timer function is included on pages
19 and 20 in this booklet.
set top box settings
Time and date
Your Mediamaster will automatically set the current time and date
by taking information from broadcasters. However, should you
wish to adjust these settings, you can do so manually using this
menu.
Use the numeric buttons to enter the correct details.
• You must use six digits for the date. e.g. for the 8th February
1999, enter 080299.
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6
set date and time
preferred language S
english O
subtitles date S
none O
08.02.99
tv volume time S
20:25 O
info display timeS S
O
winter normal
O
timer alarm
Svisual+audio O
select confirm
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15:00
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set date and time
• You must use the 24-hour clock for the time (e.g.8.25 pm,
enter 2025).
• Press
or
to set ‘summer’ or ‘winter’ time.
• Press SELECT to confirm the settings.
Settings for your TV and video
The settings that appear when you install your Mediamaster have
been set by the factory, and in most cases need not be changed.
With the viewing preferences menu on the screen:
• Select tv and video settings by pressing 2.
TV screen
This option enables you to tell your Mediamaster whether you
have a 4:3 (normal) or 16:9 (widescreen) TV.
• If you select 16:9 in this option, the box will automatically
display any widescreen programmes in the correct format.
• If you choose 4:3, a further option will be highlighted below
that enables you to select how you would like a widescreen
programme to be shown on your standard 4:3 TV.
Note: Normal (4:3) is only available if it is selected in item 1 of
this menu
If you have a 4:3 TV, you need to choose whether widescreen
programmes are shown in a ‘letterbox’ format ie. with black bars
at the top and bottom of the TV screen, or whether the
programme is ‘expanded’ to fill the height of the screen, but as
a result parts of the picture at the side are lost. You should choose
options ‘letterbox’ and ‘full screen’ respectively.
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TV sound
This gives you the option of selecting either ‘mono’ or ‘stereo’
sound. As a default, stereo has been selected. You need only
change this selection if you are connecting to a mono TV.
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TV standard
If you have connected your Mediamaster and your TV by a scart
lead, you should try adjusting this option to ensure the best
possible picture. The default is to a setting called ‘composite’,
however you may see a picture improvement if you select the
alternative ‘rgb’ option and have a RGB TV.
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tv screen
Snormal(4:3) O
normal(4:3)
full screen
tv sound
S stereo O
tv standard
ScompositeO
video sound
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stereo O
video standard S pal I O
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Change the option as previously described. If you do not notice
any difference in the picture quality, please ensure the setting
remains on ‘composite’ and exit the menu.
Video sound
This gives you the option of selecting either ‘mono’ or ‘stereo’
sound for your video. As a default, stereo has been selected. You
need only change this selection if you are connecting to a mono
video. Please note that in order to record and playback in stereo,
you need to use a scart lead between your Mediamaster and TV.
Video standard
If you are connecting your Mediamaster to a video, this option
enables you to select either pal I or S-VHS, depending on the type
of video you have. As a default, it will have been set to ‘pal I’.
(Please refer to your video’s instruction book if you have a query
about what standard it is.)
uhf channel number
This relates to the output frequency from your Mediamaster to
your TV.
If you have not connected your Mediamaster using a SCART lead,
and you have been unable to tune a channel on your TV or video
to watch pictures from your Mediamaster, you may need to
adjust this setting. It may also require slight adjustment if you can
see a picture but there is also some interference.
If you are in any doubt about adjusting this setting, please
contact ITV Digital Customer Services 0808 100 0101.
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Modem settings
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You may need to change the settings within this menu when you
connect the Mediamaster to the telephone line.
• Select modem settings by pressing 3.
Modem
This gives you the option to select whether you are using the
‘internal’ modem or have added an ‘external’ modem connected
to the SERIAL port.
modem settings
Dialling
This gives you the option to select tone dialling. Most domestic
telephones use tone dialling.
Connection
You will only need to change this to ‘pabx’ if your Mediamaster
is connected to a telephone line that requires you to dial a prefix
(number) for an outside line.
Prefix
This option is only available if you have select ‘pabx’ in the
connection option. Prefix can be: 0,1 - 9,*#.
Wait for dial tone
This option is only available if you have selected ‘pabx’ in the
connection option. Then set what your system requires.
STD code
This allows you to tell the Mediamaster whether it will be required
to dial an STD code. Usually set to no.
Prefix
If you have set STD code to ‘yes’, this allows you to enter the
code.
Technical information
The options contained within the technical information menu
enable you to check the status of your Mediamaster. This is not
something you should need to do, apart from in the unlikely event
of a problem occurring with your box. In this instance, it will help
the ITV Digital customer care people to understand the problem
and resolve it as quickly as possible.
• Press MENU to select the main menu.
• Select technical information by pressing 7.
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modem
S
dialling
S
connection
S
prefix S
wait for dial tone
S
STD code
S
prefix
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internal O
tone O
direct O
0 O
yes O
no O
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CHANGING SETTINGS FOR YOUR TV and VCR
Signal strength
CHANGING SETTINGS FOR YOUR TV and VCR
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• Select signal strength by pressing 1.
This option allows you to check the strength of the signal you are
receiving through your aerial and the UHF channel number. The
colour of the on-screen display will change depending on the
signal strength.The bar is empty if the signal is missing.
signal strength
uhf channel number
signal strength
• Press the GREEN button, enter the channel number and press
the RED button to check the signal strength.
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poor
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Technical information
technical information
• Select ITV Digital data by pressing 2.
This option shows various information about your ITV Digital
Mediamaster, such as its manufacturer and the versions of
hardware and software that it contains.
Data
manufacturer
hardware version
software version
manufacturer update
api version
run version
run update version
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Auto update
The Mediamaster has the capability to be updated over the air.
This may update certain menus functions and add new features.
The basic functions will generally be the same.
You can also use the ‘auto update’ menu to download new data
when your ITV Digital Customer Services asks you or when you
get a message to do so.
• Select auto update by pressing 3.
technical information
• Press SELECT to start the update.
While the update is going on you may see the following
messages on the front panel display:
auto Update: the Mediamaster is searching for an update of the
software and will then restart itself
update Error: indicates that no update is available and that your
Mediamaster already has the latest software
retrying Update: indicates that there are problems with the update
but your Mediamaster is repeating the update process.
Out of order: this indicates that your Mediamaster has been
unsuccessful in updating its software, and it may be necessary
to contact ITV Digital Customer Services.
auto update
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do you really want
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2
choose channel
tobox
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set top
to update your
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Searching for channels
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This function is normally only used when first installing your
Mediamaster, as described earlier in this instruction book. You
should follow these instructions when you wish to re-install your
Mediamaster at an alternative location, or search for new
channels that may have subsequently been launched by the
broadcasters.
Adding new channels
This function should be used when you want to search for any
new channels that may have been launched since you originally
installed your Mediamaster.
• Press MENU, then 5 (getting started), then 3 (add channels)
Your Mediamaster will now automatically search for any new
digital channels. This could take several minutes. You will see
a bar on the menu telling you how the search is progressing.
As the search ends, you will briefly see a message that
indicates the Mediamaster is storing the channels.
Once the box has found any new channels, the on-screen
display will disappear and the new channels will be added into
the channel list.
add channels
Your set top box is now searching for all
available channels.
This may take about 20 minutes.
Please wait.
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back
You can check what channels have been added by looking at
the channel list, also selected from the getting started menu.
If no new channels have been launched, your Mediamaster will
display a message saying ‘no channels found’.
Replacing the whole channel list
Should you want to carry out a new search for all channels, the
store channels option should be selected. In this instance, the
current channels stored in your Mediamaster will be replaced by
those channels found in the new search.
• Press MENU, then 5 (getting started) then 4 (store channels)
Note: As your Mediamaster will have been previously tuned
at this stage, the screen will display a warning that existing
channel information will be lost when this process is complete.
• Press SELECT if you wish to continue, alternatively press the
RED button to return to to the main menu and no changes will
be made.
Your Mediamaster will now automatically search for your
digital channels. This could take several minutes. You will see
a bar on the menu telling you how the search is progressing.
As the search ends, you will briefly see a message that
indicates the Mediamaster is storing the channels. You will
then see a list of the channels that have been found and
stored.
GB 28
store channels
Your set top box is now searching for all
available channels.
This may take about 20 minutes.
Please wait.
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50
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100
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Trouble shooting guide
Customer Services
0808 100 0101
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
The display on the front panel does
not light up/is not lit.
Mains cable is not connected.
Check that the mains cable is
plugged into the power socket.
No sound or picture, but the front
panel shows the time or - -:- -
The Mediamaster is in standby.
Press the standby button or any
number button to bring the
Mediamaster out of standby.
Bad picture/blocking error.
Signal too weak.
Check if the aerial works for
analogue reception.
The front panel shows a channel
number, but you can’t see anything
from digital TV.
The Mediamaster is not set in
digital TV mode.
The SCART connection has been
made wrong or your TV has not
selected the correct AV/EXT
channel.
If your system is connected by
SCART leads, press TV/DTV. If this
not does work, set the TV to its
appropriate AV input.
If your system is connected only
by RF leads, set your TV to that
channel you have tuned for digital
terrestrial TV.
Check SCART connections, making
sure leads are firmly pushed into
the sockets. Try manually selecting
the AV/EXT channel on your TV.
When the Mediamaster tries to find
and store channels during the first
installation, you see the message
‘no channels found’ or some
channels are missing from the
channel list.
The aerial is not properly connected
to the Mediamaster.
The aerial is not pointing in the right
direction.
The aerial is not suitable for digital
channels.
The indoor aerial is not enough.
There are no digital transmission.
Check the aerial connector and the
aerial installation.
Check if you can see the analogue
channels.
Check that the aerial is pointing in
the right direction.
Check that the digital transmission
are available in the area.
The P+ and P- buttons do not work.
▲ ▼ buttons do not work in the onscreen TV guide.
The Mediamaster is in favourites
mode and you have not set any
favourites channels.
Set up some favourites or take the
Mediamaster out of favourites
mode.
Pressing TV/DTV does not switch
between a digital channel and an
analogue channel.
The system is not connected by
SCART leads.
The system is SCART connected
but the TV is tuned to its channel
for digital terrestrial TV.
The TV/DTV button will only work
for SCART connected systems.
A small red circle or square appears
on the screen, or your picture is
‘freezing’.
The digital signal is weak or
missing.
The aerial may not be suitable.
There could be a transmission
problem.
Contact ITV Digital Customer
Services. They may ask you to
check the signal strength menu.
This is normally only a temporary
situation and should correct itself.
If it persists, contact ITV Digital
Customer Services.
Check all connections and make
sure they are firmly pushed into
sockets.
Your connecting cables have
become loose or disconnected.
What to do if you can’t solve the problem
If you have tried all of the actions suggested above, without solving the problem, please contact
ITV Digital Customer Services 0808 100 0101
GB 29
Trouble shooting guide
Customer Services
0808 100 0101
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
The settings you have done in the
menus have not been changed.
The Mediamaster was unplugged
without first going to standby.
Some menus are only saved
permanently when you first put the
Mediamaster in standby. Put the
Mediamaster in standby after you
have changed something in the
menus.
You see a on-screen message
‘no channel on this number’.
You have entered in a channel
number which currently has no
channel associated with it.
Select another channel number.
You can’t find all the channels you
think should be available.
The signal to your aerial may be
weak.
Try retuning your Mediamaster,
following the relevant steps in this
manual. If you are still missing
channels, your aerial may need
adjusting.
Contact ITV Digital Customer
Services. They will check this for
you.
Your aerial may need adjusting or
your local transmitter may not be
working.
You can see interference on your
normal TV channels or your video.
Your Mediamaster is interfering
with the frequency of your other
equipment.
You need to change the UHF
output of the Mediamaster.
The on-screen displays are not as
sharp as I expected.
If you have connected using SCART
and you have an RGB compatible
TV, one of the tv settings should be
wrong.
Refer to the relevant section in this
manual and alter the TV standard
to RGB.
There is no picture on certain
channels but the channel name is
displayed.
Your ITV Digital subscription does
not currently include these
channels.
To add channels to your subscription, contact ITV Digital Customer
Services.
The order of my channels has
changed.
They have been re-arranged as
described in this manual.
Refer to the relevant section in this
manual to change the order again.
The picture on some channels
seems to have been stretched or
squashed.
The broadcast is probably in
widescreen and the Mediamaster
settings may not be correct.
Check the Mediamaster settings. If
you have a widescreen TV, you
may also need to check the
settings on your TV.
I set the timer but it didn’t record
what I wanted.
The video was set incorrectly.
Make sure that your video is set for
the same time as your
Mediamaster.
If you set the timer and have
finished watching TV, make sure
you put your Mediamaster into
standby, otherwise it will not
activate.
If you set the timer and continued
watching, you must change to the
timer channel when the alarm
activates.
Your Mediamaster was not left in
standby.
You were watching another digital
channel and ignored the timer
alarm.
When I have more than 1 programme in the timer, I sometimes
miss the beginning of the second
programme.
GB 30
The timer automatically adds 5
minutes to the start and end times
set in the timer. If the 2nd
programme starts immediately
after the first, this can delay the
start of the second recording.
Only set the timer for the exact
time of the programme. Allow for
the 5 minutes run in and out times
when setting more than one event.
Trouble shooting guide
Customer Services
0808 100 0101
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
The remote is not working.
Battery exhausted.
Remote is incorrectly
aimed.
The Mediamaster is in standby.
Change the batteries.
Aim the remote at Mediamaster.
Check that nothing blocks the front
panel.
Check if (:) is flashing on the front
panel display when you press a
button. If not replace the batteries .
Refer to the relevant section of this
book to make sure that the right
codes are being used for your
other equipment.
An incorrect code has been entered
into the remote.
You see the on-screen message
‘insert smartcard’.
The Mediamaster can’t recognise
your smartcard.
Check that you are using the
proper smartcard. Check that the
smartcard has been correctly
inserted. If the problem persists,
you may have a problem with the
card.
Contact ITV Digital Customer
Services.
Contact ITV Digital Customer
Services. They will help you set it
up again.
You have forgotten your parental
code.
What to do if you can’t solve the problem
If you have tried all of the actions suggested above, without solving the problem, please contact
ITV Digital Customer Services 0808 100 0101
Front panel display
Pressing a button on the
remote
The Mediamaster is in
standby
Channel number
P0SE
rEd
rEc
There is an unread post
message in the postbox
The timer alarm
(flashing)
The Mediamaster
is in record mode
RF channel
GB 31
Technical specifications
Customer Services
0808 100 0101
Transmission Standards
DVB, MPEG 2
RF input (OFDM)/Modulator output
Loop through output
Input/output connector IEC female / IEC male
RF input frequency 470 to 862 MHz
RF input power level 35 to 80 dB µV
RF impedance
75 Ω
Frequency range
Loop through 47 to 862MHz
Frequency range
Re-modulator 470 to 862 MHz
Output channel
UHF CH 21-69
Preset channel
21
Output signal
PAL I
TV SCART
Video output
Audio output
RGB output
RGB bandwidth
Fast blanking output
Status output
1 Vpp (± 1 dB) / 75 Ω
0,5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
Internal RGB
5,8 MHz ± 3 dB
Internal RGB
0/6/12 V / RL 10 kΩ
AUX SCART
Video output
Video input
Audio output
Audio input
Status input
1 Vpp (± 1 dB) / 75 Ω
1 V pp / 75 Ω
0,5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
0,5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
0/6/12 V / RL >10 kΩ
DIGITAL AUDIO (S/PDIF)
Connector
1 x RCA
AUDIO R L
Connector
Output
2 x RCA (R+L)
0,5 Vrms ± 0,5 dB/ RL 10 kΩ
SERIAL (RS 232) Low speed serial data
Connector 9-pin D-sub
Signals
Full duplex data, max. 115,2 kbit/s
Pin 1 DCD (Data carrier detect) not connected
2 RXD (Receive data)
3 TXD (Transmit data)
4 DTR (Data terminal ready) Set to high
5 GND (Signal ground)
6 DSR (Data set ready) not connected
7 RTS (Ready to send)
8 CTS (Clear to send)
9 RI
(Ring indicator) not connected
MODEM Return channel, Telephone line
Connector
Modular jack 6-pin
Protocol
V22 bis, 2400 baud
Conditional access system:
Embedded Mediaguard and PCMCIA interface
for the Common Interface CA-module (DVB
Standard)
Smartcard Interface:
Interface for one card according to ISO 7816
Support embedded descrambler (Mediaguard)
Front panel
Display 4x7 segment alphanumeric LED display,
Buttons: ,
SELECT, RESET, MENU
General data
Article code
The model code, variant and serial number,
are located on a label on the underside of
the housing.
Supply voltage
Power consumption max
Power consumption in
standby
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Operating distance for
remote
Dimensions (w x d x h)
Weight
230 V AC ± 15%, 50-60 Hz
24 W
5W
+5° C to +45° C
- 40° C to +65° C
25 to 75 % rel humidity
max 10 meters
380 x 240 x 65 mm
1,9 kg approx
SCART-sockets
TV
AUX
1 Audio out right ch. Audio out right ch.
2 Audio in right ch.
3 Audio out left ch.
Audio out left ch.
4 Audio ground
Audio ground
5 RGB blue ground
RGB blue ground
6 Audio in left ch.
7 RGB blue signal out RGB blue signal in
8 Switch voltage out
Switch voltage in
9 RGB green ground RGB green ground
10 Connect to pin 10 in AUX scart
11 RGB green signal out RGB green signal in
12 13 RGB red ground
RGB red ground
14 Fast blank. ground
Fast blank. ground
15 RGB red signal out
RGB red signal in
16 Fast blanking out
Fast blanking in
17 Video out ground
Video out ground
18 Video in ground
19 Video out
Video out
20 Video in
21 Ground (casing)
Ground (casing)
20
21
The EMC Directive 89/336/EEC is applied to this product.
GB 32
2
1
Menu screen structure
ONsetup
setup
First time installation
ONsetup
setup
welcome
First power on
Press SELECT
Press select on your remote to
get started
ONsetup
setup
Main Menu
1
setting the timer
DON’T FORGET TO PROGRAM YOUR VIDEO
1 08.02 BBC 1 15.30 16.30
2 09.02 ITV
08.30 09.30
3 09.02 BBC 1 11.45 12.30
4 available
5 available
6 available
7 available
8 available
ONsetup
setup
2
❤
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
❤
❤
ONsetup
setup
3
ONsetup
setup
1-8
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
enter
lock
1 enter
newparental
parental code
select
ONsetup
setup
parental lock
2
2 choose channel to lock or unlock
❤
main menu
ONsetup
setup
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
set top box settings
1
2
3
4
5
6
preferred language english
subtitles
none
tv volume
info display time
normal
timer alarm
visual +audio
date and time
12:30
setup
ONsetup
2
confirm your code
back
lock or unlock
channels are locked
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
ONsetup
setup
3
setup
ONsetup
on
setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
getting started
ONsetup
setup
1
1 channel list
smartcard data
ONsetup
setup
❤
subscription end on
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
15 DEC 99
4 store channels
❤
❤
6
digital box updates
ONsetup
setup
technical information
1 smartcard data
2 check your postbox
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
change channel
numbers
2
2 change channel numbers
3 add channels
ONsetup
setup
channel list
1
2 tv and video settings
ONsetup
setup
internal
pulse
direct
0
yes
no
viewing preferences
1 set top box settings
5
7
modem settings
modem
1
dialing
2
connection
3
prefix
4
wait for dial tone 5
regional code
6
3 modem setting
ONsetup
setup
tv and video settings
1 tv screen
normal (4:3)
normal (4:3)
full screen
2 tv sound
mono
3 tv standard
composite
4 video sound
stereo
5 video standard
pal I
6 output channel 21 21 69
2 choose channel
+ + +to+lock or unlock
❤
setting the timer
choosing favourite channels
parental lock
viewing preferences
getting started
updates
technical information
setup
ONsetup
1
parental lock
1
1 enter new parental code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
setting the timer
date 02.02
channel
or
start time
++ ++
end time ++ ++
recording repeat once only
❤
ONsetup
setup
main menu
setting the timer
choosing favourite channels
parental lock
viewing preferences
getting started
updates
technical information
DON’T FORGET TO PROGRAM YOUR VIDEO
ONsetup
setup
favourite channels
favourites are on
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Customer Services
0808 100 0101
2
postbox
New channels
Watch out for new channels.
1 signal strength
2 manufacturer data
ONsetup
setup
add channels
3
Your set top box is now searching
for all available channels.
This may take about 20 minutes.
Please wait.
Contact ITV Digital
Call ITV Digital Customer
Service on 0870 600 9696
3 auto update
BBC ONE
BBC TWO
ITV
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
ITV 2
BBC CHOICE
BBC NEWS 24
TELETEXT
%
0
25
50
75
100
number of channels found
ONsetup
setup
1
ONsetup
setup
signal strength
uhf channel number
signal strength
3
technical information
manufacturer data
21 21 69
1 2
good
satisfactory
poor
2
4
manufacturer
hardware version
software version
manufacturer update
api version
run version
run update version
Nokia
00 00 03 07
00 00 02 09
00 00 00 00
00 28 a0 04
00 07 0300
00 00 00 00
setup
ONsetup
3
technical information
auto update
1 enter new parental code
do you really want
to start
a download
2 choose
channel
to lock or unlock
to update your
set top box?
9
setup
ONsetup
store channels
4
Your set top box is now searching
for all available channels.
This may take about 20 minutes.
Please wait.
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0
25
50
75
100
number of channels found
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GB 33
Hereby, Nokia declares that this digital receiver 9850 T is in conformity with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
This Terminal Equipment is intended for connection to the analogue Public
Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs), in which network addressing , if provided,
is by means of Dual Tone Multiple-Frequency (DTMF) signalling.
This equipment has been approved pursuant to Council Decision 98/482/EC [CTR
21] for pan-European single terminal connection to the Public Switched telephone
Network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs
provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an
unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN termination point.
In the event of problems, you sholud contact your equipment supplier in the first
instance.
230 V
±15%
50 Hz
TELEPHONE
DIGITAL AUDIO
TV / VCR
AUX
L
WARNING!
DO NOT OPEN –
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD
TV
SERIAL
TV AERIAL
AUDIO
R
44 10285
66 76928-22
Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation
www.nokia.com
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