USER`S MANUAL
USER’S MANUAL
Digital Satellite Receiver
HTS 7300
HTS 7300+
E109000206A
Contents
1. Introduction
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1.1 Overview
1.2 Main Features
2. Safety/Precautions
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2.1 Safety
2.2 Precautions
3. Check Point before Use
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3.1 Accessories
4. Controls/Functions
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4.1 Front Panel
4.2 Rear Panel
4.3 Remote controller
5. How to Connect
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6. Operation
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6.1 Getting Started
6.2 System Setting
6.3 Channels
6.4 Guide
6.5 Games
6.6 System Information
7. Trouble Shooting
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8. Specifications
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DiSEqC is a trademark of EUTELSAT
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Introduction
Safety/Precaution
1.1 Overview
2.1 Safety
This satellite receiver is designed for using digital free-to-air channel reception. Enjoy the
rich choice of more than 4,000 different channels, broadcasting a large range of culture,
sports, cinema, news, events, etc. This receiver is a technical masterpiece, assembled with
the highest qualified electronic parts.
Be sure to read the user's manual before
starting the operation of the unit.
Do not touch the power cord with wet
hands as it may cause electric shock.
Never open the cover. It is very
dangerous to touch the inside of the
unit due to possible electric shock.
Place the unit in a well ventilated and
no-heat environment.
When you do not use this unit for a
long time, make sure that power cord
is pulled out from the outlet. Also do
not use a damaged power cord as it
may cause fire or electric shock.
A professional installation is required.
If reception is interrupted, contact your
local service centre.
1.2 Main Features
MPEG-II Digital & fully DVB compliant.
On-screen display with 256 color resolution.
DiSEqC Control Version 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and USALS compatible.
Renameable 8 Favorite channel groups.
Powerful Channel control by Favorites, Lock, Skip, Move and Delete.
Channel Sorting by Alphabet, Transponder and CAS.
10 languages(OSD & Menu) : English, Italian, Turkish, Arabic, Parsi, German, French, Russian,
Spanish, Protuguese.
Extended EPG and Program Reservation through EPG.
Teletext support.(OSD and VBI Insertion)
Last channel memory function.
Total 4,000 Channels programmable.
Multi-Satellite Search
Games Included.(Tetris, Sokoban, Snake)
Software & Channel Database Upgrade via RS-232C from PC(PC-to-Set) or Set(Set-to-Set).
Parental lock/ Installation Lock / Receiver Lock / Channel Lock / Lock Channel confirm.
Zoom Function in Pause.
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2.2 Precautions
Check Points before Use
When installing the unit
3.1 Accessories
Install the unit horizontally. An uneven
installation may cause the unit to be
damaged.
Do not put heavy items such as a TV
on the unit. That may cause the unit to
be damaged.
Accessories of this are as below
Remote control : 1
User's manual : 1
INFO
PAUSE
GUIDE
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Us
Do not leave the unit where the water
drops or splashs.
Do not put water holding items shch as
vase on the unit.
Do not install the unit:
Moving the unit to a hot area from a
cold one will cause condensation.
Do not operate the unit for one or two
hours or until it has dried completely.
Where it is subject to vibrations
Where it is exposed to direct sunlight
Where there is humidity
Where the temperature is too high or too low.
Where there is no ventilation
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GROUP
MENU
EXIT
CH
VOL
VOL
TV/SAT
TV/RADIO
CH
RECALL
AUDIO
TEXT
RCA Cable : 1
Batteries (AAA type) : 2
If any accessories listed above
are missing, contact the sales
representative where you
purchased this unit.
3.2 The Satellite dish
Your dish should be properly installed and azimuth and elevation must be precisely set up.
This unit is working with DiSEqC 1.2 on a compatible antenna positioner.
Ask your dealer for information.
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Controls/Functions
4.2 Rear Panel
4.1 Front Panel
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1 Standby/Power on lndication Light : Flashing red on “Stand By” mode and no
light on “Power On” mode.
2 Indication Light : While pressing RCU key, this light will be flashing at the same
time.
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No. Name
Connector
Function
1
RF OUT UHF 21-69
IEC 169-2 male
Output to TV
2
TV ANT IN
IEC 169-2 female
Input from terrestrial antenna
3
AUDIO L
RCA cinch
Left audio output
4
AUDIO R
RCA cinch
Right audio output
5
VIDEO
RCA cinch
Composite video output
6
S/PDIF
RCA cinch
Digital audio output
7
TV SCART
SCART
CVBS, RGB Video Output
Audio Output
8
VCR/AUX SCART
SCART
CVBS Video Output
CVBS, RGB Video Input
Audio Output
9
RS-232C
DB-9
Low speed serial port
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LNB INPUT
IEC 169-24 female
IF input from LNB to digital tuner
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LOOP OUT
IEC 169-24 female
IF loop-through output from digital tuner
3 Power : To switch the receiver in “standby” mode or in power on mode.
4 - 5 CH.
/
: To change channel or cursor position on the application screen.
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4.3 Remote Controller
4.3 Remote Controller
12 - 13 Up & Down(
) : Changes
/
channels in non-menu mode and moves
the cursor up/down in menu mode.
1 POWER : Turns the receiver On/Off.
2 MUTE : Turns the sound On/Off.
2
1
3 Numeric Keys(0-9) : Controls the
14 - 15 Left & Right(
INFO
4 INFO. : Shows the information of the
PAUSE
GUIDE
GROUP
6
7
MENU
EXIT
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8
5 PAUSE : This key is used to pause the
CH
10
VOL
11
VOL
AUDIO
GUIDE
GROUP
MENU
EXIT
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6 GUIDE(EPG:Electronic Program Guide) :
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Show the TV/Radio program guide.
VOL
(OK) : Shows the Channel List in non-
17 TV/RADIO : Switches between TV and
VOL
Radio.
VOL
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TV/SAT
TV/RADIO
TEXT
VOL
menu mode and select an item or
confirm in menu mode.
CH
video. Press once more to resume the
video.
CH
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PAUSE
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TV/SAT
TV/RADIO
RECALL
INFO
current program. If you press once more,
detail information box will be shown.
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4
CH
/ ) : Changes the
volume level in non-menu mode and
change setting in menu mode.
numerical operation and channel
numbers directly.
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CH
CH
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21
RECALL
AUDIO
TEXT
18 TV/SAT : Toggles the TV output source
between the satellite input and UHF/VHF
antenna input.
7 GROUP : To change the channel
19 RECALL(RED) : Moves to previous
groups(Satellites or favorite groups).
channel. Used for special function in
menu.
8 MENU : Enter or exit the main menu.
20 AUDIO(GREEN) : Shows the multi-
9 EXIT : Exit from the present menu and
language audio track, stereo-mono
mode, subtitle information. Used for
special function in menu.
moves to the previous menu.
10 - 11 Double arrow UP/DOWN(
/ ):
Move to the next or previous page if
more than one page are available.
21 TEXT(YELLOW) : Shows the teletext
contents if teletext is transmitted. Used for
special function in menu.
22 BLUE : Used for special function in menu.
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How to Connect
Operation
5.1 When Connecting IRD to TV with RF, AV connectors
6.1 Getting Started
1 Connect the TV antenna to TV ANT IN
2 Connect the RF-IN of TV to RF-OUT
After your receiver is powered on, proceed with installation as follows:
1) Menu Language Setting
3 Connect the Video and Audio of TV to the Video and Audio. Connect Red and
White connector to Audio R and Audio L, and Yellow into Video port
respectively
Turn on your TV and receiver.
The pop-up menu for language selection will appear <Figure 6-1>.
Select one language and press the
to proceed.
4 Connect your satellite dish
<Figure 6-1>
Note : Languages displayed in 'Language' raw are supported by your receiver.
2) Antenna Setup
Press the MENU button to display the main menu.
Use the
Press the
CH
/
CH
and
VOL
/
VOL
to move in menu.
on the "Dish Setting". The following window will appear. <Figure 6-2>
If you have motorized dish, press the
on the "Motorized Setting". <Figure 6-3>
Note : Enter 4-Digit password if need arise.
The default password is ‘0000’.
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6.1 Getting Started
6.1 Getting Started
Note : When you change each parameter, you need to understand environment
of connecting the receiver and antenna in order for you to set 22KHz and
DiSEqC properly.
After setting, press the EXIT button.
3) Satellite Scan
Through this function, the receiver searches for all the available channels and saves them
in the memory.
<Figure 6-2>
<Figure 6-3>
Auto Scan <Figure 6-4>
Press / to select satellite which you want to scan. And select “Search type” or
“network Search” option.
- Search Type : Determine searching channels (All channel/ Free channel only/ TV
channel only)
- Network Search : If you set to ON, you can find more transponders through NIT Scan.
Select item you want to edit and change each parameter.<Dish Setting>
- LNB Power : Select LNB power (ON / OFF / 13V / 18V)
- LNB Type : Select your LNB Type. (Single / Universal / OCS)
VOL
- LNB Freq : Select LNB oscillator frequency.
- 22KHz : Set the path of 0/22KHz switch box.
- DiSEqC switch : Select DiSEqC box type (OFF / 1,0 / 1.1)
- Committed / Uncommitted : Select DiSEqC port.
VOL
To scan more than one satellite, press RED button. You can select one or more
satellite. <Figure 6-5>
Select item you want to edit and change each parameter.<Motorized Setting>
- Frequency : If default TP frequency has any problem, you can select other TP
frequency.
- DiSEqC Motor : Select DiSEqC Motor type (OFF / 1,2 / USALS)
(In case of DiSEqC 1.2 selected)
- Move : You can change the dish position to West / East.
- Limit : If you want to set limit, press
.
- Disable Limit : You can disable East and West Limit.
- Goto Center : Move the dish to the 0 position.
- Set East / West Limit : You can move the dish East or West using
Press the
to fix East or West limit.
<Figure 6-4>
VOL
/ .
<Figure 6-5>
VOL
If you press the
, the selected satellites will be scanned. <Figure 6-6>
(In case of USALS selected)
- Sat Degree : Satellite location.
- Antenna Position : Press
.
- Goto Reference : Move the dish to the 0 position.
- Antenna Longitude : Your longitude at present.
- Antenna Latitude : Your latitude at present.
Note : When you change each parameter, you need to know exact parameter of
LNB to modify L.O.(local oscillator) frequency.
<Figure 6-6>
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6.1 Getting Started
6.1 Getting Started
4) Select Channel
Manual Scan <Figure 6-7>
Select transponder which you want to scan.
If you want to change an information of current transponder(Frequency, Symbol Rate
and Polarization), just input information using NUMERIC button.
If you want to add new transponder, press GREEN button.
If you want to delete current transponder, move cursor to the Frequency and press
YELLOW button.
You can change the current channel to any other channel you want.
In case you want to select a channel at random without knowing the channel name,
you can navigate between channels untill you fild the channel you want.
If you know the channel number, enter the number and wait 2 seconds till the channel
changed.
If you know the channel name, press
and the channel list will appear.<figure 6-9>
PID Scan <Figure 6-8>
Select transponder which you want to scan.
If you want to change an information of current transponder(Frequency, Symbol Rate
and Polarization), just input information using NUMERIC button.
If you want to add new transponder, press GREEN button.
If you want to delete current transponder, move cursor to the Frequency and press
YELLOW button.
You can also search a channel of the specified transponder by specifying PID
data(Video, Audio and PCR).
<Figure 6-9>
In the left side of screen, detailed information of the selected channel will be
displayed. (Satellite Name, Frequency(polar) and Channel Name)
You can navigate between channels with this buttons.
/
: Moves up / down.
- or
/ or
: Moves page up / page down.
- RED : Shows all channels in current group.
- GREEN : Shows channels sorted by alphabet.
- YELLOW : Shows channels sorted by Transponder.
- BLUE : Shows channels sorted by CAS system.
CH
VOL
<Figure 6-7>
<Figure 6-8>
Note : Now you have complete all steps needed for watching programs.
If you could not see the program after finishing these procedures, please
contact a shop where you bought your receiver or installer who installed
your receiver.
CH
VOL
When the scroll bar is positioned on the channel you want to see, press
.
5) Other Function on Remote Control
Volume Control
While you are watching a program, press
VOL
or
VOL
to control volume.
When necessary, press MUTE button to remove the sound of the program.
Then, your receiver goes into mute condition and the mute icon will be displayed.
Press MUTE button again to turn the sound on.
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6.1 Getting Started
6.2 System Setting
Channel Information
Whenever press the INFO button, the information banner will be displayed for a few
seconds.
If you press the INFO again on the information mode, the detail banner will be
displayed.
TV / SAT switching
If you press TV/SAT, the signal reception path will be changed to RF modulator.
- TV Mode : TV ANT INPUT signal will be out. (front will display “TV”)
- VCR Mode : VCR SCART INPUT signal will be out. (front will display “VCR”)
- SAT Mode : Satellite signal will be out through RF. (front will display channel number)
TV / RADIO switching
You can use this menu when you change a TV channel to a Radio channel or vice
versa.
RECALL(RED)
Return to the previous channel.
1) Time Setting
This sub menu allows you to set your local time, wake up time, wake up channel and sleep
time. <Figure 6-10>
- GMT Usage : If you set ON, local time is determined by adjusting the differences from
GMT(Greenwich Meantime), according to your location.
- Current Date : If GMT Usage ON, this date is determined by GMT.
If GMT Usage OFF, you can modify this by pressing
.
If you set OFF, receiver doesn't refer to GMT. Local time is determined by
adjusting current date and current time.
- Current Time : If GMT Usage ON, this time is determined by GMT.
If GMT Usage OFF, you can modify this by pressing NUMERIC button.
- Local Offset : If GMT Usage ON, Local time is GMT time + Local Offset.
- Wake Up Mode : You can set the cycle of the wake up mode.(Off / Once / Daily)
- Wake Up Time : You can set wake up time by pressing NUMERIC button.
- Wake Up Channel : You can set wake up channel by pressing
.
- Sleep Mode : You can set the cycle of the sleep mode(Off / Once / Daily)
- Sleep Time : You can set sleep time by pressing NUMERIC button.
Subtitle / Audio
You can adjust the subtitle and audio status of the current channel.
Press AUDIO(GREEN) button, then subtitle and audio related menu will be displayed.
- Audio Mode : Stereo Mono-Left Mono-Right
- Audio Track : All tracks available in this program.
Note : These subtitle and audio parameters are workable only when the
receiving channel supports these functions.
Teletext(YELLOW)
Teletext Service is text data service from Service Provider.
It is available only when the satellite signal carries teletext service data.
PAUSE
This key is used to pause the video. Press once more to resume the video. In pause
mode you can zoom in partial of video.
In pause mode, select position using
/
/ / .
Press
to zoom in. Press
again to zoom out.
CH
VOL
VOL
CH
GROUP
When watching TV or listening to Radio, you can get the satellite or favorite channel
group list by pressing the GROUP button on the remote control unit.
Group menu will display only registered satellite and favorite group.
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<Figure 6-10>
2) A/V Output Setting
This sub menu allows you to set audio/video output setting. <Figure 6-11>
- Audio Language : Default language of audio when changing channel.
- Subtitle Language : Default language of subtitle.
- Video Format : Video output format(AUTO / PAL / NTSC).
- Output Select : TV SCART output format.(CVBS/RGB)
- Screen Format : TV aspect ratio(16:9 / 4:3 Letter-Box / 4:3 Pan Scan)
- RF Type : If you set PAL in Video Format, this receiver supports PAL B/G, PAL I, PAL D/K
among PAL Standards.
- RF Channel : Sets the channel to display the audio and video signal on your TV.(21~69)
If you select 40, receiver will be displayed at channel 40 on your TV.
- SPDIF : If you set ON, digital audio output is enable.
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6.2 System Setting
6.2 System Setting
- Age Limit : Prevents children or unauthorized people from watching programs.
(Free / 8 above / 12 above / 15 above / 18 above)
- Current Password : Input current password for change your password.
- New Password : Input new password you want to change.
- Verify Password : Input new password one more for confirmation.
Note : The default password is '0000'.
<Figure 6-11>
3) OSD Setting
This sub menu allows you to set menu language, OSD transparency, Information and
volume timeout. <Figure 6-12>
- Menu Language : Select the desired language of the menu.
- Transparency : Select OSD transparency of the menu.(1% ~ 100%)
- Information Timeout : Select the display duration of the information banner.
(1 sec / 2 sec / 3 sec / 5 sec / 10 sec)
- Volume Timeout : Select the display duration of the volume box.
(1 sec / 2 sec / 3 sec / 5 sec / 10 sec)
<Figure 6-13>
5) Database Reset
This sub menu allows you to restore the factory set values in case the user has encountered
some problems after changing any new values of channel data and others which may be
in error. <Figure 6-14>
- Delete Radio Channel : Erase all radio channels in database.
- Delete Scramble Channel : Erase all scramble channels in database.
- Delete All Channel : Erase all channels in database.
- Factory Set : Erase all channels and restore default setting.
The receiver will return to factory default parameters.
<Figure 6-12>
4) Security Setting
This sub menu allows you to change the password option to unlock or lock some menu
entry and to change password. <Figure 6-13>
- Receiver Lock : If you set ON, receiver asks you to enter PIN code when power on.
- Install Lock : If you set ON, receiver asks you to enter PIN code when entering Installation
menu.
- Channel Lock : If you set ON, receiver asks you to enter PIN code on channels menu.
- Lock Channel Confirm : If you set ON, receiver asks you to enter PIN code when changing
to locked channel.
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<Figure 6-14>
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6.3 Channels
6.3 Channels
1) Set Favorites
This sub menu allows you to set up favorite name and favorite lists as you want.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
This receiver support 8 favorite list.
Press the
on the "Set Favorites". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-15>
Press
/
and
. The following menu will be displayed. <figure 6-16>
If you want to change favorite group name, press the RED button.
Press
to select the channel that you want to add into favorite channel list.
Press
one more to remove the channel that added favorite channel list.
Press EXIT button to return to previous menu.
CH
CH
<Figure 6-17>
3) Move Channels
This sub menu allows you to move the channels.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can change channel list group by pressing GROUP button.
Press the
on the "Move Channels". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-18>
Press
to select the channel that you want to move. Moving icon will be displayed.
Press
/
/ / / NUMERIC button to move the selected channel.
Press
one more to place the channel.
Press EXIT button to return to previous menu.
CH
<Figure 6-15>
VOL
VOL
CH
<Figure 6-16>
2) Edit Channels
This sub menu allows you to rename the channels and input user PID.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can change channel list group by pressing GROUP button.
Press the
on the "Edit Channels". The following menu will be displayed.
<Figure 6-17>
Press
to select the channel that you want to edit.
Press
in Edit Name to rename the channel, the keypad will be displayed.
You can edit PID by pressing NUMERIC key.
Note : The VIDEO PID, AUDIO PID and PCR PID are very important for optimal
satellite signal reception. We recommend you get professional advice
where available.
<Figure 6-18>
4) Lock Channels
This sub menu allows you to lock the channels for prevent watching this channel.
Once the channel is locked, every time you try to watch the channel, you will be asked to
enter password.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can change channel list group by pressing GROUP button.
Note : If you set "Lock Channel Confirm(refer <6.2>security setting)" to OFF,
you will not be asked to enter password even if the channel is locked.
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6.3 Channels
6.3 Channels
Press the
on the "Lock Channels". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-19>
Press
to select the channel that you want to lock. Lock icon will be displayed.
Press
one more to cancel lock. Lock icon will be disappeared.
Press EXIT button to return to previous menu.
6) Delete Channels
This sub menu allows you to delete the channels.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can change channel list group by pressing GROUP button.
Note : Be careful!! If you delete channel, you can't watch this channel until re-scan.
Press the
on the "Delete Channels". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-21>
Press
to select the channel that you want to delete. Delete icon will be displayed.
Press
one more to cancel delete. Delete icon will be disappeared.
Press INFO button to delete all channels in current list. You will be asked to enter password.
Press EXIT button to return to previous menu.
<Figure 6-19>
5) Skip Channels
This sub menu allows you to skip the channels.
Once the channel is skipped, every time you try to change channel using
/
in
non-menu mode, this channel will be skipped.
You can choose TV or Radio channels in an alternative way by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can change channel list group by pressing GROUP button.
CH
CH
Note : If you try to change channel using NUMERIC button in non-menu mode,
you can watch this channel.
Press the
on the "Skip Channels". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-20>
Press
to select the channel that you want to skip. Skip icon will be displayed.
Press
one more to cancel skip. Skip icon will be disappeared.
Press EXIT button to return to previous menu.
<Figure 6-21>
6.4 Guide
1) GUIDE(EPG:Electronic Program Guide)
This sub menu allows you to get the electronic program guide if available.
If you press GUIDE button, guide menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-22>
Press the and
/
to see previous/next guide.
Press the
/
/
/
to move to other channel.
Press
to watch and get the EPG data.
If you press
in left side of screen(Event display list).
- If current EPG is selected, return to previous menu and change to selected channel.
- If next EPG is selected, selecting event will be reserved and event color will be
changed.
By pressing TV/RADIO button, you can choose TV or Radio list.
By pressing GROUP button, you can choose channel list group.
If you press RED button, timer menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-23>
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CH
<Figure 6-20>
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CH
CH
CH
6.4 Guide
6.5 Games
2) Timer
This sub menu allows you to set the on/off time of your receiver.
If you press RED button in guide menu, timer menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-23>
Press the
/
to move to other timer.
Press the
to change the parameter.
- State : Select the timer cycle of action.(off / once / daily / weekly)
CH
CH
- Date : Select the date using
. Calendar pop-up will be displayed.
- Start Time : Input the time using NUMERIC button for your receiver power-on.
- End Time : Input the time using NUMERIC button for your receiver power-off.
- Channel : Select the channel using
. Channel list pop-up will be displayed.
<Figure 6-24>
<Figure 6-25>
2) Sokoban
To play the sokoban, you have to push the balls to their correct positions. The balls can only be
pushed, never pulled, so you have to be careful not to push them into a corner where you
can't get them out again.
You can only push one ball at a time.
Press the
on the "Sokoban". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-26>
You can select skill using / .
Press the
to start game <Figure 6-27>, or press the EXIT button to return previous menu.
Press the
/
/ / to move.
Press RED button to undo previous move. You can undo only one step.
Press GREEN button to restart.
Press YELLOW/BLUE button to jump previous/next level. You can jump between completed
level.
Press EXIT button to quit the game.
VOL
<Figure 6-22>
<Figure 6-23>
6.5 Games
1) Tetris
CH
VOL
VOL
VOL
CH
Press the
on the "Tetris". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-24>
You can select skill using / .
Press the
to start game <Figure 6-25>, or press the EXIT button to return previous menu.
Press the
to rotate the block.
Press / to move the block.
Press DOWN button to drop the block.
In the right top small window, you can see next block.
Press EXIT button to quip the game.
VOL
VOL
VOL
VOL
<Figure 6-26>
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<Figure 6-27>
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6.5 Games
Trouble Shooting
3) Snake
Press the
on the "Snake". The following menu will be displayed. <Figure 6-28>
You can select skill using / .
Press the
to start game <Figure 6-29>, or press the EXIT button to return previous menu.
Press the
/
/ / to move.
If the snake is passed through the GREEN icon, the length will be increased.
If the snake is passed through the RED icon, the length will be decreased.
If the snake is passed through the BLACK icon(block), the game end.
Press EXIT button to quit the game.
VOL
CH
VOL
VOL
VOL
CH
<Figure 6-28>
There may be various reasons for the abnormal operation of the unit. Therefore, if the unit does
not work properly, check it according to the procedures shown in the table below.:
Problem
LED on front panel
does not light.
Possible causes
Remedy
AC power cord
disconnected.
Connect power cord properly
into the power socket.
No Picture or sound. Wrong connection of the
video/audio output to TV
input terminal.
Wrong connection of
satellite antenna cable.
Connect the antenna cable
correctly.
Wrong direction of satellite
antenna.
Adjust the direction of antenna.
No signal or weak signal.
Check the cable connections,
LNB and other equipment
connected between the LNB
and the receiver or adjust the
antenna.
Wrong setting of channel
information in MENU screen.
Type the setting value correctly.
Black-and-white
screen or V-Hold.
Your TV mode is different
from satellite broadcasting
mode.
Use TV of same mode.
The remote
controller is not
working.
Battery exhausted.
Change the batteries.
Fluorescent light interfering
with the remote controller.
Switch off the light.
Remote controller is
incorrectly aimed.
Aim the remote control at the
receiver.
<Figure 6-29>
6.6 System Information
You can check the current information about your receiver such as receiver model name,
S/W version, H/W version, manufacturing date, etc. <Figure 6-30>
Note : This information is necessary when you download new software or you
need to repair the receiver.
<Figure 6-30>
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Connect two terminals correctly
with RCA or RF cable.
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Use the NTSC/PAL converter
connected to the receiver and
TV.
Specifications
System capabilities Fully DVB compliant
LNB/Tuner input
Demodulator
Power supply
Video Decoder
Max 20W
Connector
IEC 169-24,female
Supply voltage
90V - 250V ~
Frequency range
950MHz ~ 2150MHz
Supply frequency
50Hz - 60Hz
Signal level
-65dBm ~ -25dBm
LNB supply
14/18V, max 400mA
LNB switch control
22KHz
DiSEqC
Ver 1.0/1.1/1.2/USALS Compatible
Front end
QPSK
Symbol rate
2Msps ~ 45Msps
Rear Panel
connectors
Video out (CVBS, RGB)
TV SCART
Audio out
Video out (CVBS)
Video In (CVBS, RGB)
VCR SCART
Audio out
SCPC and MCPC Capable
System resource
Power consumption
VIDEO
1 X RCA cinch
AUDIO L/R
2 X RCA cinch
Spectral inversion
Auto conversion
SPDIF
1 X RCA cinch
Processor
32bit processor (80MHz)
Serial data
9pin D-sub
SDRAM
8Mbyte
Digital tuner input
IEC 169 - 24
FLASH
2Mbyte
Loop-through Digital tuner
IEC 169 - 24
EEPROM
32Kbyte
Terrestrial ant input
IEC 169 - 2
MPEG 2
Main Proflie @Main Level
RF modulator output
IEC 169 - 2
Data Rate
up to 15M bits/s
Resolution
720 X 576, 720 X 480
Connector
IEC 169-2, female/male
Video format
NTSC, PAL
Frequency
Aspec Ratio
4:3,16:9
470 ~ 860MHz
Output channel number
21 ~ 69
Size (W X H X D)
260 X 54 X 232(mm)
Weight (Net)
1.8 Kg
Teletext
DVB compliant
MPEG Audio
MPEG 1 layer 1 &2
RF modulator
PAL G/I/K TV Type
Physical
Specification
Type
Mono,Dual mono,Stereo,Joint Stereo
Sampling rates
32,44.1 and 48 KHz
Serial data interface
Connector
9pin D-sub male, Max 115K bps
Remote control
Code
NEC-IR
Operating condition
up to 7 Meter
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