Digital Satellite Receiver SRT 6780

Digital Satellite Receiver SRT 6780
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Digital Satellite Receiver SRT 6780
User manual
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General information
Summary
Precautions......................................................................................................................................2
Welcome to digital satellite TV! ...........................................................................................3
Your remote control ...................................................................................................................4
Inserting the batteries...................................................................................................................................4
Remote control buttons: quick reference................................................................................................5
Your set-up box .............................................................................................................................6
Front panel ......................................................................................................................................................6
Rear panel connectors overview ...............................................................................................................6
Installation .......................................................................................................................................7
Before you begin ............................................................................................................................................7
What else do I need?....................................................................................................................................8
Connecting to other equipment ................................................................................................................9
Connection method 1: ToTV and VCR .....................................................................................................9
Connection method 2: To TV only...........................................................................................................10
Connecting to the telephone line............................................................................................................10
Inserting your smart card ..........................................................................................................................11
Connecting to the mains supply ..............................................................................................................11
Switching on for the first time .................................................................................................................12
Checking the installation screens ............................................................................................................13
Choosing your language.............................................................................................................................13
Time menu ....................................................................................................................................................13
Antenna configuration menu.....................................................................................................................14
Checking the signal......................................................................................................................................15
Channels Search menu ...............................................................................................................................16
Searching for channels................................................................................................................................17
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Day to day use .............................................................................................................................18
Decoder switch ON / Standby ................................................................................................................18
Volume setting..............................................................................................................................................18
TV channels access......................................................................................................................................18
Radio channels access.................................................................................................................................18
TV Banner / Extended Information.........................................................................................................19
TV Miniguide.................................................................................................................................................21
TV Channel list.............................................................................................................................................22
Programm Guide .........................................................................................................................................22
Extra information ......................................................................................................................23
Recording a digital satellite programme.................................................................................................23
Teletext access .............................................................................................................................................23
Other settings..............................................................................................................................24
Displaying the Main Menu..........................................................................................................................24
Channels ........................................................................................................................................................24
Program Guide .............................................................................................................................................24
Conditional Access ......................................................................................................................................25
Preferences....................................................................................................................................................26
Configuration................................................................................................................................................29
TV/VCR Configuration...............................................................................................................................31
Information....................................................................................................................................................33
Solving problems........................................................................................................................34
Specification .................................................................................................................................35
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General information
Precautions
Never open your set yourself. It could be dangerous and you risk electric shock or
damaging the set. The opening of the box is protected by a warranty sticker on the rear
panel. Any noticed dammage will invalidate the warranty conditions of your equipment.
Installation - Ensure that the voltage from the mains in your room complies with that
indicated on the back of your set (identification label, screen marking, etc.). Do not
connect an AC or DC power supply other than that from the mains. Ensure that the
electric plug is fully connected into the wall socket. Leave the mains socket accessible so
that you can unplug the set quickly. Place the set horizontally, away from any source of
heat (sunlight, radiator, fireplace, etc.) or from equipment which produces high magnetic
or electrical fields (motors, non-insulated loud speakers, etc.). If you install your set in a
cabinet, ensure that it has enough ventilation. Leave 7 to 10 cm around the set, as shown
in the enclosed drawing.The openings on top and underneath the set are for ventilation
purposes.They must not be obstructed.
Use - The set is designed for use in a dry place. If, under exceptional circumstances, you
happen to use it outdoors, (e.g. on a balcony or in a tent), make absolutely certain that
it is protected from humidity (dew, rain, splashes) and from heat. If the set has spent some
time in a cold atmosphere, (after transport during winter), wait until the condensation
has evaporated from the metal parts before connecting it.The set is intended to operate
at an ambient temperature of less than 40° Celsius and a maximum humidity level of 95%.
It must not, under any circumstances, be used for industrial purposes, as it was designed
for domestic use only.
In case of a storm - It is recommended that you unplug the set from the mains and
from the socket connected to the outside aerial.As a general rule, it is preferable to
unplug the set from the mains if you are away for a prolonged period. If you smell any
suspicious odours or see smoke coming from the set, unplug the set immediately and
have it checked by an approved technician.
Maintenance - Use a dry, clean, soft cloth with no cleaning, solvent or abrasive
products, etc.The openings on top of and underneath the set are for ventilation purposes
and must not be obstructed. Clean the ventilation grilles regularly. If an object or liquid
gets into the set, unplug the set immediately and have it checked by an approved
technician.
This symbol on your set guarantees that your product complies with the European
directives 73/23/EEC and 89/336/EEC on safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
This symbol indicates “Dangerous voltage” in the set. It represents the risk of
electric shock or bodily injury.
Note:
This product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components which can be recycled and reused.
This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of-life,
should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Please, dispose of this equipment at your local community waste
collection/recycling centre.
In the European Union there are separate collection systems for used electrical
and electronic product.
Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
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General information
Welcome to digital satellite TV!
Thank you for choosing the STRONG set-top box. Please follow the instructions in this
User Guide carefully to enjoy all the advantages of digital satelliteTV. We advise following
the user instructions and recommendations supplied with your set-top box, especially for
first-time use.
Your set-top box fully complies with international DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting)
standards.
Updates to your set-top box
From time to time, your set-top box may be updated.These updates provide enhanced
features; new screens and menus may become available. Although any new screens and
menus may look a little different from those described in this User Guide, you should be
able to use the same techniques (e.g. highlight and select) with them.
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Your remote control
Your remote control
Inserting the batteries
Before you can use your remote control, you must insert the two supplied AAA batteries
as follows:
1. Remove the cover.
2. Insert the batteries according to this drawing. Observe the polarity (+/-).
3. Replace the cover.
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• Don't leave flat batteries in your remote control.
• Replace both batteries at the same time.
• Dispose of flat batteries in an environmentally-friendly way.
Please respect the environment and prevailing regulations. Before you dispose of batteries
or accumulators, ask your dealer whether they are subject to special recycling and if he
accepts to take them back.
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Your remote control
Remote control buttons: quick reference
B
To put your set-top box
into or out of standby.
SAT/DVD/TV
Select the device you want
to control.
PR +/To change channel
up or down.
To turn the sound
on or off.
a +/To change the volume
up or down.
EXIT
To remove a menu or
on screen display and
redisplay digital TV or
Radio.
OPEN•CLOSE
To open access
option window.
LIST
Access to TV list.
AV
Switch between TV
and SAT programs.
GUIDE
To display the Viasat
portal, to use interactive
services (if available).
OPTIONS
To change the audio
or subtitle language
(if available).
BACK
To go back to the previous
TV/Radio channel or menu.
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MENU
To display the main menu.
OK
V, W, C and B
To move up, down, left and
right through the menu.
OK
To confirm a choice or
make a selection.
TEXT
To access Teletext.
Number buttons (0-9)
To change channel and enter
numbers.
RADIO
To open the Radio
Navigator.
DVD shortcuts keys:
Control directly the DVD
player even if you are in TV
or SAT mode on your
remote control unit.
INFO
To display the zapping
banner and extended
program information.
Note: Some of these buttons are described in more detail on the next page.
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Your set-up box
Your set-up box
Front panel
B button
To switch your set-top
box on or on standby.
Yellow light
Lights up when your set-top
box is on standby.
Green light
Lights up when
your set-top box
is on.
V, W
To change channel
up or down.
Smart card slot
To insert your smart card
Rear panel connectors overview
Full details about connecting up and installing your set-top box begin on page 7.
To connect the
lead from your
satellite dish.
To connect your receiver to your
TV using an RCA cable.
To connect your receiver to a
digital Home Dolby amplifier.
To connect to the
SCART connector on
your TV (if your TV has a
SCART connector).
To connect to the
SCART connector
on your VCR (if your
VCR has a SCART
connector).
To connect the audio
signal to an external
amplifier, or to the audio
input of your TV.
To connect the
telephone lead.
DC Supply in
(12V)
WARNING
Always disconnect your set-top box from the DC supply before you connect
it to (or disconnect it from) any other equipment.
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Installation
To install your set-top box, follow the instructions from this page up to page 17.
Before you begin
The supplied equipment
If you have not already done so, remove all the packaging.
You should have the following items:
• Set-top box (see page 6)
• Remote control and batteries (see page 4)
• User guide
• DC pack (12 V)
• SCART lead
• Telephone lead - RJ11 to RJ11
• Telephone line (RJ11 ) adapter suitable for your location (see page 10).
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DC pack (12 V)
Telephone lead RJ11 to RJ11
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What else do I need?
Smart card
If you wish to view premium services, you will need a smart card. This is available from
your service provider, Viasat.
Satellite dish
You will also need a correctly-installed satellite dish, pointing at the correct satellite(s).
• If you are already a Viasat customer, and are using your satellite dish to tune
toViasat analogue channels, you should not need to make any adjustment to
your dish, just go straight to page 9 to continue the installation.
• If you have a satellite dish but it is not pointing at the correct satellite(s), you will need
to make adjustments. Please see the information supplied with your dish/LNB for details
on how to do this, or seek professional advice.
• If you do not have a satellite dish installed, please ask your dealer to recommend a local
dish-installation engineer.
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Connecting to other equipment
Before you start, make sure that your TV, VCR and set-top box will be placed in a
location that is conveniently located:
• near an easily-accessible mains wall socket;
• within reach of your TV-antenna and satellite-dish leads,
• within 10 metres of a telephone point. (If not, you will need an extension telephone
lead.)
WARNING
Before you connect your set-top box to any other equipment, you must
disconnect ALL the equipment from the mains supply.
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Connection method 1: ToTV and VCR
If you have a VCR and a TV with SCART connectors, you can connect up as shown in
the diagram below.
SCART lead
(not supplied)
Supplied
SCART lead
Lead from
your satellite
dish
1. Use the supplied SCART lead to connect your set-top box to your TV's SCART
input as shown.
2. Use a SCART lead (not supplied) to connect your set-top box to your VCR's
SCART input as shown.
3. Connect the lead from your satellite dish to the satellite input connector on your
set-top box as shown.
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Connection method 2: To TV only
If you wish to connect your set-top box to a TV only, connect up as described below.
1. Use the supplied SCART lead to connect your set-top box to your TV.
2. Connect the lead from your satelitte dish to the satellite input connector on your
set-top box.
Connecting to the telephone line
Supplied with your set-top box are telephone line adapters suitable for your region:
Adapter for Sweden, adapter for Denmark, adapter for Norway, Finland and Estonia.
If your telephone wall socket looks like the one shown right, you do
not need an adapter, but you may need a splitter (not supplied) so that
you can plug in both your set-top box and your telephone.
1. Remove your telephone connector from your telephone wall socket.
2. Choose the correct adapter for your location. If you are not sure which one to
use, compare with your telephone connector.
3. Insert your telephone connector into the correct socket on your adapter.
4. Take the free end of your supplied telephone lead and insert it into the correct
socket on the adapter, as shown right.
5. Insert the adapter into your telephone wall socket.
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Inserting your smart card
1. Take your smart card from its packaging (if you have not already done so) and hold
it so that the picture is facing upwards, with the arrow pointing towards your settop box, and the 'smart' patch is facing downwards and at the end away from you.
2. Insert the smart card into the smart card slot of the front panel of your set-top
box. Insert it as far as it will go, without forcing it.
Taking care of your smart card
• Do not remove and re-insert your smart card unnecessarily.
• Do not bend your smart card; keep it away from children and pets.
• Do not put your smart card in liquids or use cleaning fluids on it.
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Connecting to the mains supply
1. Once you have safely made all the other connections, connect the DC plug of the
DC pack to the DC input on your decoder as shown in the diagram below.
2. Connect the mains plug of the DC pack to the mains wall socket
3. If there is a switch by the mains wall socket, switch it on.
4. Connect your other equipment to the mains supply.
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WARNING
DO NOT connect the mains plug to the wall socket until you have made
ALL the other connections.
Notes: Your set-top box operates with 12 V DC power supply.
The only way to disconnect your set-top box from the mains is to remove the AC adaptor from
the mains wall socket. Your set-top box must therefore be installed near to the mains socketoutlet, which should be easily accessible.
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Switching on for the first time
When you connect your set-top box to the mains, all the lights on the front panel will
light up. After around 5 seconds, only the standby light remains light.
Press SAT key (decoder key) on your remote control to control your set-top box,
then press B key to switch it on. The light turns green.
• Make sure your TV is switched on.
If the Language selection screen below displays, your TV is ready for digital satellite
channels.
You can now continue the installation by turning to the section "Cheking the
installation screens" on page 13.
If the Languages screen does not display...
If you have connected your set-top box to your TV via a SCART lead, as in methods 1
and 2, try selecting your TV's "AV input".
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Checking the installation screens
For most intallations, this is easy to do, if you follow these instructions. However, for
some installations you may need to make additionnal settings - see the “Other settings”
section starting on page 24.
Note: At any time during the first time installation process, you can return to previous screen
by pressing BACK button.
Choosing your language
If you have completed the installation instructions up to this point, the following screen
is displayed on your TV screen.
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1. Take your remote control. If you have not already inserted the batteries, do so now
(see page 4).
2. Press V or W key until the language you want is highlighted, then press OK.
A Welcome screen now displays.
Note: For Swedish, Norwish, Danish and Finnih, the Welcome screen appears in the selected
language.
3. To change the language, press BACK (then repeat step 2), or to confirm your
choice press OK.
Time menu
Once you have confirmed the language, the Time menu is displayed.
Select your local time zone then press OK.
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Antenna configuration menu
The Antenna configuration menu is displayed and Antenna Configuration field is
selected.
Depending on your antenna configuration, select:
- One LNB: if you have only one antenna.
- DiSEqC: if you have 2, 3 or 4 antennas connected to the set-top box through a
DiSEqC switch.
- SMATV: if you are using a local network.
LNB feed
- Select Yes if your antenna configuration is One LNB. In this case, you will be able to
receive update of your Conditional Access rights even in Standby mode.
- Select No if your antenna configuration is SMATV.
- Select Auto if you want an LNB feed only when the set-top box is on.
You will not be able to receive an update of your Conditional Access rights in Standby
mode.
LNB index
(This field is only displayed if you have selected DiSEqC at the Antenna Configuration
field).
According to the DiSEqC switch input where the antenna is connected select
corresponding Index (from 1 to 4).
LNB type
(This field is not displayed if you have selected SMATV at the Antenna Configuration
field).
According to your LNB, select Universal, Customized or None.
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Low and High frequencies
(These fields are only displayed if you have selected Customized at the LNB type field).
With digit keys, enter Low and Hight bands oscillator frequencies.
Satellite
(This field is not displayed if you have selected SMATV at the Antenna Configuration field
or None at the LNB type field).
Select the satellite on which one your antenna is pointed.
Checking the signal
Once antenna settings are set, the signal check screen is displayed. Use this screen to
confirm that your set-top box is receiving a satellite signal.
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The details on the screen show the name of the satellite, together with bars showing
the power and quality of the signal being recived from this satellite.
If you have selected DiSEqC at the Antenna Configuration menu, you can select a
satellite from its LNB index.
Your set-top box must receive both a signal strength and a signal quality of at least 60%
in order to successfully find channels.
When you are satisfied that there is an adequate signal, press OK.
Note: If you press OK before you are ready, you can press BACK to redisplay the signal
check screen.
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Once you have confirmed the satellite signal strength, the Channels Search menu is
displayed.
Channels Search menu
The default parameters allow you to install all the Viasat Channels.
If you want to do a specific installation, use a specialized satellite magazine to get the
correct figures for following settings.
(frequency (MHz), Polarization, Symbol rate and FEC fields are not available if
you select Fast scanning or Manual scanning at Installation Type field).
Installation type
Depending on the desired installation, select:
- Network: to install a pre-defined network,
- Bouquet: to install a pre-defined network,
- Transport: to install a pre-defined transponder,
- Fast scanning: to install a predefined list of frequencies on a dedicated satellite,
- Manual scanning: to scan al the frequencies on a dedicated satellite.
If you have selected SMATV at Antenna configuration menu, only Manual scanning is
available.
Satellite
(This field can only be selected if you have selected DiSEqC at the Antenna
Configuration menu.)
Choose a satellite from its LNB index.
Frequency (MHz)
With digit buttons of your remote control enter the frequency of the desired
transponder.
Polarization
According to the transponder polarity, select Vertical or Horizontal.
Symbol rate
With digit buttons of your remote control enter the correct symbol rate.
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FEC
According to the selected transponder, select correct FEC.
Bouquet number
(This field is only available if you have selected Bouquet at Installation Type field).
With digit buttons, enter the number of the desired bouquet.
If you have selected Manual scanning at Installation Type field, a new menu is
displayed on which you can search for at least 6 Symbol rate on a satellite.
Select successively each field and enter the desired Symbol rate number.
Once Channels search menu is set, press OK to start searching.
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Searching for channels
Once you have confirmed the channels search settings, the channel auto-search screen
is displayed.
A progress screen confirm that the search is taking place.
When the search is complete, a screen is displayed to tell you the number of TV, radio
channels and other services that your set-top box has found.
You can return to previous screen by pressing the BACK button.
1. To confirm this channels and display the next screen press OK.
2. To watch TV channels press OK.
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Day to day use
Day to day use
Decoder switch ON / Standby
Press B button on the remote control unit or on the front panel to switch
ON / Standby your decoder.
Volume setting
Volume:
You can set the volume level with a +/- buttons.
Sound mute:
Press
button to mute the sound. Press it again to restore the sound.
TV channels access
TV Zapping:
• Press PR- button to access previous TV channel.
• Press PR+ button to access next TV channel.
TV channels direct selection:
The digit buttons of your remote control unit allows you to directly access to any TV
channel number. Enter the channel number (4 digits maximum) of the desired service.
!If the requested TV channel number does not exist, the lower nearest one is selected.
Back to last TV channel:
Press BACK button to switch to the last TV channel.
Radio channels access
Direct Access:
Press RADIO key to open to the Radio services navigator.
From the menu:
Press MENU button on the remote control unit to access to the Main menu.
Select Channels, press OK and with V/W keys select Radio Channels.
Press OK to confirm.
Radio Zapping:
Press PR- / PR+ (or V/W) keys to select the previous / next Radio channel in the list.
The selected Radio channel is played.
The C and B buttons allow you to navigate through previous / next pages of the Radio list.
The digit buttons of your remote control unit allows you to directly access to any Radio
channel number. Enter the channel number (3 digits maximum) of the desired service.
!If the requested Radio channel number does not exist, the lower nearest one is selected.
!If you have defined Radio favorites lists, the name of the current Radio favorite list is
displayed at the top left of the screen. The OPTIONS key allows you to change your current
Radio favorite list.
Press EXIT to return to the last TV channel.
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Day to day use
Zapping Banner / Extended Information banner
You can get two levels of information related to the current played event.
• TV banner basic channel information,
• Extended event description.
The Basic channel information is displayed through a Zapping Banner that is either
shortly displayed after each Zapping or by pressing the INFO key.
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! You can adjust the display duration of the Zapping Banner in the Preferences Menu.
The Extended event description is displayed/erased by pressing again the INFO key
while the TV Banner information is present.
Whilst TV information is displayed:
Next / Present event information (If available):
Press B key to display the next event information.
Press C key to display the present event information.
Next / Previous TV channel information: (Virtual Zapping)
Press V key to display the next service information.
Press W key to display the previous service information.
Press OK key to watch the specified TV channel.
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Access option:
Following icons may be displayed at the bottom line of the information banner.
Availability of another audio language.
Availability of another Subtitle language.
Name of the current channels list.
If one of these icons is displayed, a option icon at the bottom of the information banner
inform you that you can access the option screen.
Press OPTIONS button on the remote control, the Option screen is displayed.
This screen allows you to change the favorite list (if created), to change the subtitles
languages (if available), to change Audio languages (if available).
Select the desired field with W / V keys and set with C / B keys.
TV channel list or TV Miniguide:
Press GUIDE key to switch to the TV channels list.
Press GUIDE key more than 2 seconds to switch to the TV Miniguide.
Press the EXIT button to erase the displayed information.
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TV Miniguide
The TV Miniguide allows you to display at the same time:
- the TV channel list,
- the corresponding TV channel information (if available),
- the corresponding live video in a small window.
Direct access from any TV channel:
Press GUIDE key more than 2 seconds.
From the menu:
Press MENU button on the remote control unit to access to the Main menu.
Select Channels, press OK and with V/W keys select TV Channels.
Press OK to confirm.
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!If you have defined TV favorites lists, the name of the current TV favorite list is displayed at the
top left of the screen. The OPTIONS key allows you to change your current TV favorite list.
Press PR- / PR+ (or V/W) keys to select the previous / next TV channel in the list. The
selected TV channel is displayed in the small window.
The C and B buttons allow you to navigate through previous / next pages.
Press OK on the remote control unit to display the full size video of the selected service
on TV screen.
Press EXIT or BACK on the remote control unit to exit the TV Miniguide.
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TV Channel list
Direct access from any TV channel:
Press the GUIDE key once to display the TV Channel list.
!Pressing the GUIDE key for more than 2 seconds gives access to the TV Miniguide.
Press V/W keys to select the previous / next TV channel in the list.
The C and B buttons allow you to navigate through previous / next pages.
Press OK on the remote control unit to display the selected channel on TV screen.
Press EXIT or BACK on the remote control unit to exit the TV Channel list.
Programm Guide
Press GUIDE key on the remote control or select Programme Guide field in the
Main menu and press OK.
Once you have press OK, you enter the Viasat portal of applications.
Through this portal, you can access and navigate into the following applications:
- EPG (Electronic Program Guide),
- Weather forecast,
- Games,
- News,
- Music guide,
- Pay-Per-View (Ticket).
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Extra information
Extra information
Recording a digital satellite program
If you have aVCR you can use it to record satellite programs from your set-top box.
To record a satellite program:
1. Make sure your set-top box is switched on and tuned to the channel you wish to
record.
2. Set your VCR correctly to record at the appropriate time, making sure your VCR is
set to record its appropriate AV channel.
For further information about your VCR, refer to your VCR's User Guide.
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Notes: Your VCR must be correctly connected to your set-top box. For further information, see
page 9.
Some programs are copy-protected and may not play back correctly if you record them.
While you are setting the recording up, you may wish to make sure your TV is switched to the
AV channel that you use when you are watching videos, so you can check that the VCR is
showing what you want to record.
Watching other channels while you are recording a digital satellite
program
You can watch any terrestrial channel while you record digital satellite TV, by changing
channel with your TV's remote control.
You can also watch any digital channel while you record a terrestrial channel.
However, you cannot watch one digital channel while you record a different digital
channel. If you use your set-top box's remote control to change channel while you are
recording, your VCR will record the channel change.
Teletext access
From a TV service which provide teletext magazine, press TEXT button on your
remote control unit to display teletext magazine.
Using digit number buttons, you can key in a specific Teletext page.
You can navigate within the teletext pages using navigation keys.
V : Display the precedent Teletext page.
W : Display the next Teletext page.
The use of the colored buttons depend on the displayed Teletext.
!In default mode, the Teletext magazine hide the current video picture. The Teletext page can
also be displayed in transparency mode to let you watch the video in background picture.This
setting is enabled /disabled by pressing the BACK key as you are displaying the teletext
magazine.
Press again TEXT button or EXIT button to exit from the Teletext magazine.
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Other settings
Other settings
Displaying the Main Menu
You need to display the Main Menu in order to perform other settings.You can also use
the Main Menu to display the TV and Radio channel lists (see page 18).
To display the Main Menu:
1. Press MENU.
2. Press V or W to highlight the item you want, then press OK.
3. To remove the Main Menu, press EXIT.
Channels
Select Channels field and press OK.
Channels menu is displayed and TV Channels is highlighted.
Press OK to access the TV Miniguide.
Refer to Day-to-day use chapter, page 21 for more information on the TV Miniguide
use.
Radio Channels
Select Radio Channels field and press OK.
Radio Channels list is displayed.
Refer to Day-to-day use chapter, page 18 for more information on the Radio Channels
list use.
Program Guide
Select Program Guide field and press OK.
Once you have pressed OK, you enter the Viasat portal of applications if you are
installed on the Viasat network, if not it displays the TV mini guide (see page 22).
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Other settings
Conditional Access
Select Conditional Access field in the Main menu and press OK.
Conditional Access menu is displayed and Viasat is highlighted.
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If the line Viasat is not selected, select it with V / W keys and press OK.
You can now navigate the menu which is provided by the embedded Viasat CAS module.
(Subscription, User Limits, …).
Press BACK to return to Conditional Access menu or press EXIT to exit the menu.
The Conditional Access menu displays the following options for consulting or settings
parameters for:
• Subscriptions,
• User Limits,
• Smart Card PIN Code Modification.
Select the desired item with V / W keys and press OK on the remote control to display
the associated sub-menu.
Subscriptions
Select this option to:
• Display the subscription right status.
User Limits
! To navigate into the following sub-menus, you are asked to enter your Smart Card PIN code.
Default value of your Smart Card PiN code is 0000.
This feature allows you:
• To define a morality level to limit access to certain program categories.
The choice Any program disables the parental rating lock (all programs are viewable
without any PIN code).
For all other values, the Smart card PIN code will be required when the rating of the
current event indicates that all viewers are at least as old as the selected rating.
• To set a purchases threshold in order to be informed afterward when the defined
threshold will be exceeded.
Smart Card PIN Code Modification
This feature allows you to modify your Smart Card PIN Code.
Refer to page 28 for more explanations on how to change your PIN code.
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Other settings
Preferences
Select Preferences field and press OK.
Preferences menu is displayed and Languages field is highlighted.
Languages
While Languages field is highlighted press OK, Languages menu is displayed.
This screen allows you to select the desired language for menus as well as for audio
and subtitles if available.
Select a line with V / W keys and select a language with C / B keys.
Press EXIT to confirm your choice and exit the menu or press BACK to return to
Preferences menu.
Display options
Select Display Options field in the Preferences menu and press OK.
Display Options menu is displayed.
Banner Time-out (s): Define the display duration of the Zapping Banner after a zapping.
The allowed values are between 1 to 9 seconds.
With digit buttons enter the desired Banner Time out.
Press EXIT to exit the menu, or press BACK to return to Preferences menu.
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Other settings
Favorite Lists
Select Favorite Lists field in the Preferences menu and press OK.
Favorite Lists menu is displayed.
(This menu allows you to create a favorite list or to modify an existing one).
New list:
With V / W keys select the list you want to define and press OK.
List Definition screen is displayed.
- Press C / B keys to select a character field.
- Press V / W keys to modify the character.
Once the name of the list has been defined, press C or B key until Type field is
highlighted. Then with C or B keys select if it is a Radio or a TV list. Once the type of
the list is defined, press OK, the List Editing screen is displayed.
EN
With V / W keys select a channel in the list and press OK to include it in your
Favorite List, a tick is displayed behind the channel’s name.
Repeat the previous step to select other channels.
Press EXIT to validate and exit the menu.
Existing one:
With V / W keys, select the already existing list you want to amend and press OK.
Action field is selected.
Select what you want to do on the list.
- Modify: if you want to change the name of the list and add or delete TV channels
from the list.
- Organize: if you want to organize the list.
- Delete: if you want to delete the whole list.
Parental Control
The Parental Control menu allows you to lock/unlock channels access rights
Select Parental Control field and press OK.
The receiver PIN code is requested to enter this menu.
Default value of the receiver PIN code is 0000.
With digit numbers keys of your remote control, enter the receiver PIN code.
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Other settings
Once the fourth digit is entered, Parental Control menu is displayed and Decoder
Lock field is selected.
Tick the box with OK key if you want to lock the decoder.
To unlock the decoder, untick the box. This function enables you to watch all the
channels even if they had been locked previously as long as the decoder is awake, it will
be automatically relock at standby.
Channels Locking (This field is only selected if you have activated Decoder Lock field): Select
Channels Locking field and press OK, Channels Locking list is displayed.
With V / W keys select the channels you want lock and press OK. A tick is displayed
behind the channel name.
Press EXIT to confirm and exit the menu.
Receiver PIN Code modification: Select Receiver PIN Code Modification field and
press OK.
Receiver PIN Code Modification screen is displayed.
This menu allows you to modify the PIN code of your decoder.
With digit numbers keys of your remote control, enter the new receiver PIN code.
With digit numbers keys, enter again the new Receiver PIN code for confirmation.
Validate with OK, a screen inform you that the modification is completed.
Press EXIT to exit the menu or press BACK to return to Parental Control menu.
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Other settings
Configuration
This menu allows you to perform subsequent Channels Installation, to set TV /VCR settings to
your personal preferences, to set your Local time zone, and to set your Modem configuration.
Select Configuration in the Main menu and press OK.
Configuration menu is displayed and Channels Installation field is highlighted.
EN
Press OK to access Channels Installation menu.
To access this menu, Receiver PIN code may be requested.
Channels Installation
Once you have accessed the menu, Antenna Configuration field is selected.
Press OK to access the menu.
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Other settings
Antenna Configuration menu is displayed.
Refer to chapter First installation, page 14, for more information on this menu.
Channels search: select Channels Search field and press OK.
Channels Search menu is displayed.
Refer to chapter First installation, page 16, for more information on this menu.
Channels erase: select Channels erase field and press OK.
Channels Erase screen is displayed.
Press OK if you want to erase the entire services list.
Caution: All memorized channels will be erased.
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Other settings
TV/VCR Configuration
This menu allows you to set TV /VCR settings to your personal preferences.
Select TV/VCR Configuration field in the Configuration menu and press OK,
TV/VCR Configuration menu is displayed and TV Format field is selected.
EN
- TV Format: With C / B button set your TV format to 4/3 Letterbox, 16:9 or 4/3
Pan and Scan.
- TV Output signal: With C / B button set your TV mode to RGB, S-Video or
CVBS.
- VCR Output signal: With C / B button set your TV mode to S-Video or CVBS.
- Video standard: With C / B button set your Video standard to SECAM or PAL.
Time Zone
Select Time Zone in the Configuration menu and press OK, Time Zone screen is
displayed.
With C / B button, select your Local time zone.
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Other settings
Modem Configuration
This menu allows you to define the modem prefix (numbers to be automatically dialed
before a phone number to access the public phone network).
Select Modem Configuration field in the Configuration menu and press OK,
Modem Configuration screen is displayed.
External line prefix: Select from 1 digit to 10 digits if a dialing prefix is needed, select
Not required otherwise.
Prefix Value: With remote control digits buttons enter the prefix number needed.
Software Upgrade
This menu allows you to upgrade the software of your decoder from satellite.
Select Software Upgrade field in the Configuration menu and press OK,
Software Upgrade screen is displayed.
You can either manually set the expected parameters, or activate the automatic
software download.
With C / B button select.
• Automatic: Take all default values or last manual succeeded values.
• Manual: Take entered values from specific menu (see below).
Then press OK to validate.
If Automatic software update has been selected it will be launched immediately.
If Manual software update has been selected, you will be asked to fill the following
fields:
• Satellite,
• frequency (MHz),
• Polarization,
• Symbol Rate,
• FEC.
Once these parameters are set, press OK to validate and launch the software upgrade.
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Other settings
Default Configuration Restoration
This menu allows you to return to factory preset parameters.
To access this menu, Receiver PIN code is requested.
Select Default Configuration Restoration field in the Configuration menu and
press OK, Default Configuration Restoration screen is displayed.
!Be cautious, if you press OK, ALL YOUR SETTINGS will be erased.
Press OK to return all parameters to default settings and return to Configuration
menu.
Information
EN
Select Information in the Main menu and press OK.
Information menu is displayed and Decoder Information field is highlighted.
Press OK to access Decoder Information menu.
Decoder Information
This menu allows you to get information on your set-top box, (model name, firmware
version, software version, serial number…).
! These data could be of interest for your Viasat customers care service.
Press BACK to return to Information menu or press EXIT to exit the menu.
Signal Quality
Select Signal Quality field in the Information menu and press OK, Signal Quality
screen is displayed.
This menu allows you to check the quality of the satellite signal received by your set-top box.
Check that the signal is correct and press BACK to return to Information menu or
press EXIT to exit the menu.
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Solving problems
Solving problems
* Before you check connections between your equipment, make sure you disconnect all your
equipment from the mains supply. When you have finished checking and making connections,
safely reconnect all the equipment to the mains supply (see page 11).
Problem
Possible cause
Suggested solution
Your set-top box
doesn't seem to be
working, and there
are no lights on the
front panel.
Your set-top box is
not receiving power.
Make sure that the mains plug is properly plugged
in and that the mains supply is switched on.
Check that the mains wall socket has power (try
plugging in a lamp).
Your set-top box
doesn't seem to be
working, and the
front-panel standby
light is red.
Your set-top box is
switched off.
Press standby on the front panel, or B on your
remote control.
Your set-top box
doesn't seem to be
working, and the
front-panel standby
light is green.
Your set-top box is
not correctly
connected to your
other equipment, or
your other
equipment is not
correctly set up.
Check that all the connections are properly made.
Check that your TV is plugged into the mains and
that it is switched on.
Your TV is not
switched to show
digital satellite
channels.
If your set-top box is connected to your TV via a
SCART lead, try selecting the appropriate AV
channel on your TV.
Your TV is not
correctly tuned.
Check that your TV is correctly tuned to your settop box.
For further information, refer to your TV
instruction book.
You can see
on-screen
interference
Your remote control
isn't working.
Something is
between the remote
control and your settop box.
The batteries are
flat or inserted the
wrong way round.
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Make sure you point your remote control directly
at your set-top box and that nothing is between it
and your set-top box. The ir receive light on your
set-top box's front panel should flash each time you
press a remote control button. If not press SAT
key on your Remote control.
Check the batteries and replace them if necessary.
Specification
Problem
Possible cause
You've forgotten
your PIN.
The menus and
banners are in
a language you
don't understand.
Suggested solution
Call customer support for advice.
The menu language
has been changed to
a language you don't
understand.
Your decoder doesn’t Your RCU might be
react when you press configurated for
a key of the RCU
DVD, VCR or TV
(the Red
devices.
led on the front
panel doesn’t blink).
You can change the menu language as follows:
1. From a digital satellite channel, press MENU.
2. Press W, 3 times to highlight the Preferences
item on the menu, then press OK.
3. Press OK.
The Preferences menu displays.The first,
highlighted item is the language item, press OK.
4. Press B until your language displays.
5. Press BACK. The menus should now be in
your preferred language.
6. Press EXIT to redisplay digital satellite TV.
EN
Press SAT key on the RCU.
Specification
Due to continued product improvement, this specification may change without notice.
General
Operating voltage:
Power consumption:
Weight:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Operating temperature range:
Storage temperature range:
12 V DC
20 W (max.)
1.3 kg
252 mm x 42 mm x 138 mm
0°C to +40°C
-20°C to +60°C
Rear and side panel connectors
Input:
Telephone line:
Others:
Dish input:
DC
RJ11
TV Scart, VCR Scart, Video cinch, audio cinch, Tuner RF,
SPIDIF coaxial
IEC 169-24 F-type female
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