ADB i-Can 1110SV User guide
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USER GUIDE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents................................................................... 2
Safety first........................................................................... 3
Getting started...................................................................... 4
Unpacking your digital receiver............................................ 4
Front panel.......................................................................... 4
Basic connections................................................................ 5
Remote control...................................................................... 6
First installation.................................................................... 8
Language selection.............................................................. 8
Channel numbering method............................................... 9
Using your receiver............................................................. 14
TV screen format............................................................... 10
Channel banner................................................................ 11
Browsing through channels and programs......................... 11
Extended information........................................................ 13
Channel list....................................................................... 13
Options menu................................................................... 14
Locked channels and programs......................................... 15
Main menu....................................................................... 16
Viewer planner.................................................................. 17
Channel manager.............................................................. 18
List organization................................................................ 20
For parents........................................................................ 20
Your preferences............................................................... 23
Installation........................................................................ 25
Program guide..................................................................... 31
Maintenance..................................................................... 32
Before requesting service................................................... 32
Troubleshooting................................................................ 32
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Thank you for purchasing an i-CAN 1110SV!
SAFETY FIRST
This digital receiver has been manufactured to meet international
safety standards. However, safety precautions must be followed
to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the device.
Please take note of the following guidelines to avoid the
risk of an electric shock.
This receiver has an external power supply that works in the range
100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz. Ensure you plug the power input lead
into a standard AC wall outlet, and not any DC power source. Remember that contact with the AC power supply can be lethal.
Ensure that all cables, including the power input lead, are inserted
properly into the receiver before connecting it to the AC power
supply. Similarly always unplug the receiver from the power supply
first, before disconnecting cables from the receiver or reconnecting
them.
Never attempt to repair or reconstruct the receiver yourself. You
can get a serious electric shock if you attempt to open the casing.
Be extremely careful if this receiver gets wet for any reason. Immediately unplug it from the mains supply.
Removing the cover of the receiver may lead to a
severe and potentially fatal electric shock
build-up. Do not place the unit next to a radiator or any heat source,
and make sure that the air vents are
left clear.
DO NOT
■■ D
o not expose the receiver to extreme temperatures, direct
sunlight, or high humidity.
■■ Do not place any objects on top of the receiver since that
could restrict air circulation.
■■ Do not place the receiver on fabric furnishings, carpets or
other flammable materials.
DO
• If any object falls into the casing, unplug the receiver and have
it checked by a qualified technician.
• Allow adequate air circulation around the unit to prevent internal heat
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GETTING STAR TED
UNPACKING YOUR DIGITAL RECEIVER
Receiver
Remote Control
Power Supply
RF Cable
Telephone Cable
Batteries
FRONT PANEL
LED INDICATOR
SMART CARD SLOT
Green - operating mode.
Red - standby mode.
The LED blinks when your device is receiving signals from the
remote control.
Smart Card allows you to view scrambled TV channels. Gently
push the card into the slot. Its chip should face downwards
and the symbol of an arrow should face inwards.
Two Nagra Smart Cards (e.g. Mediaset and Pangea) cannot be
used at the same time. If you are using two Cards, it does not
matter to which slot you place a Card first.
If you are using just one Card, it still does not matter which
slot you use.
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BASIC CONNECTIONS
The following connections need to be made in order for the receiver to work properly.
DVD Recorder
Telephone
socket
Power
socket
TV
Home Cinema
!
Plug in all cables before connecting the receiver to the power supply.
Similarly always unplug the receiver from the power supply first,
before disconnecting cables from the receiver or reconnecting them.
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REMOTE CONTROL
Button
Action
Sets the remote control to operate your receiver.
Sets the remote control to operate your TV.
In normal viewing and Channel Banner mode,
brings up Digital Teletext if available.
Action
Displays the Options menu with focus on display
format option.
In viewing mode, it alternates between the current
and previous channel within the same Channel
List. In different screens, it returns to the previous
screen.
Switches your receiver between standby and
operating modes.
Returns to normal viewing.
Navigate through external applications. They are
also used to perform a few additional functions in
some screens.
In the Channel Banner, they switch between the
current and next program information. In different
screens, they highlight items or change values.
Switches your receiver between the TV and Radio
modes.
Displays and hides the Main Menu.
Displays and hides the Applications window.
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In the Channel Banner, they browse through
channels. In different menus, they shift highlight.
Displays and hides the Electronic Program Guide.
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Button
Action
Button
Action
In various menus and screens, it selects the
currently highlighted item or confirms your
choices.
Tunes to the next/previous channel. In some
menus, they scrolls pages up and down.
In the Channel Banner, if the
icon is
displayed, it tunes to the channel which name is
displayed or sets a Reminder when the
information about the next program is displayed.
Allow you to tune to a desired channel, select
menu items and enter the PIN code (the default
PIN code is 1234).
Switches between the Channel Banner, Channel
Banner with Extended Information and viewing
mode in a circular manner.
Adjusts the volume level.
Mutes the sound. Pressing this button once again
restores the previously set volume level.
Displays and hides the window with the currently
selected channel list. In this window, you can
change channel lists and tune to a desired
channel.
Displays the Options menu where you can change
audio, subtitle and teletext language as well as
display format. You can change an option only
if its alternatives are broadcast with a particular
program.
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FIRST INSTALLATION
Once you have connected you receiver properly and plugged it
to the mains, the LED indicator on the front panel will light up.
Then, after a few seconds the Welcome Screen will be displayed
on your TV screen. Wait until the Welcome Screen disappears and
the Language Selection screen appears.
Note: If you do not select the below items yourself, after 10
seconds, the receiver selects the highlighted item itself and goes
to the next step (screen).
LANGUAGE SELECTION
The Language Selection screen allows you to select the language
for any information displayed on the screen.
to highlight the on-screen language and press
Press
to make your selection.
Afterwards, the confirmation screen will appear. Press
confirm your choice of the language.
to
The language selected in this window is also automatically
assigned as the language of Primary Audio, Primary Subtitles and
Teletext Language. Please note that you can also change the onscreen language in the Language Options screen (Main Menu ->
Your Preferences).
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CHANNEL NUMBERING METHOD
You can arrange your channels in two ways:
If you choose Automatic Channel Numbering, the channels will be
organized as the broadcaster ordered them (usually thematically).
If you choose Normal Channel Numbering, the channels will be
numbered in the order that they are found during the Channel
Search process.
If you want to change the default antenna configuration settings,
button to open the Antenna Configuration screen.
press the
When changing the settings, please remember that at least one
LNB must be assigned to Hotbird Satellite (see also page 28).
CHANNEL SEARCH
After you have selected the numbering method and pressed
the channel search will start automatically. When this procedure
is completed, you will be informed about the total number of
channels found. Afterwards, press
to tune to the first TV
channel.
If the channel searching procedure has not been completed
successfully, an error message will appear. Then, you can press
to go back to the Channel Numbering Method or
to enter
the Antenna Configuration screen.
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TV SCREEN FORMAT
When you are setting up a new receiver for the first time, by
default, the receiver sets TV Screen Format to 4:3. It means that if
the screen format of your TV is 4:3, there is no need to modify TV
Screen Format setting in the receiver’s menu.
However, if the screen format of your TV is 16:9, go to the Main
Menu, Installation, Settings, TV Settings and change the TV Screen
Format option to 16:9.
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CHANNEL BANNER
The Channel Banner appears at the bottom of the TV screen when
the button.
you press
The Channel Banner provides you with basic information about
particular channels and programs. In the picture on the left you
can see items (information) appearing within the Channel Banner.
BROWSING THROUGH CHANNELS AND
PROGRAMS
Browsing through Channels and Programs in the Channel Banner
, the information displayed within the
When you press
Channel Banner concerns the channel to which the receiver is
currently tuned and the program presently broadcast.
makes the receiver enter the browsing mode. It
Pressing
means that it stays tuned to the same channel but the information
displayed within the Channel Banner concerns other channels.
When the information displayed within the Channel Banner
concerns the current channel, the name of the channel is black.
When the receiver is in the browsing mode, the name of the
channel changes color and the
icon appears in the Channel
Banner.
When the Channel Banner displays the information about the
current channel or is in the browsing mode, pressing
displays the information about the next program. Pressing
once gain displays the information about the current program.
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The current program is broadcast with more than
one soundtrack. Press
to display the Options
menu where you can change the audio track.
Viewing Reminder has been set for a particular
program.
The channel is locked. To watch this channel,
enter the PIN code.
The program is locked according to the parental
settings defined in the For Parents submenu
under the Main Menu.
Extended information about a particular protwice to display this
gram is available. Press
information.
Interactive services are available on this channel.
To access them, press the
button on the remote control. Use the color buttons to navigate
the applications.
If you are browsing through channels (using
buttons), pressing
tunes to the
channel to which the Channel Banner refers.
If you have displayed information concerning the
next program (by pressing
), pressing
sets a Reminder.
The program is broadcast with the surround
sound at the moment or there is an audio track
with the surround sound available. To choose
the audio with the surround sound, press
to
display the Options menu where you can change
the soundtrack.
Recording Reminder has been set for a particular
program.
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Teletext is broadcast on the currently tuned
channel.
Subtitles are available for the current program.
Press
to display the Options menu where
you can choose the subtitle language.
This channel is scrambled and you need an appropriate Smart Card to watch this channel.
There are some unread messages in your Message Box.
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EXTENDED INFORMATION
The
icon displayed in the Channel Banner informs that there
is additional information about the program available.
button to display the Channel Banner and press
Press the
it again to display the Extended Information window. If the
information exceeds one page, press the
button for the third
time to display the next page. To close the Extended Information
window, press the
button again or
.
The Extended Information window may concern the current
program as well as other programs. To display information about
other programs, make the receiver enter the browsing mode by
buttons.
pressing
CHANNEL LIST
When you set up your receiver for the first time or when the
factory settings are being restored, the receiver searches for
channels. When the procedure of channel search is completed,
all the channels found are gathered in the All TV and All Radio
lists. You can, however, create additional six TV and six Radio lists
where you can group channels you watch most often.
In order to access the lists of channels (either All TV/Radio or your
button on the remote control. Use
favorite ones), press the
the
button to switch between Radio and TV lists. If you have
defined your favorite lists, you can access them by pressing the
buttons.
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When you have displayed the desired channel list, select a channel
by pressing the
or the
buttons. You can also press
to page the list up and down.
When you browse through channels, the
icon appears in
the Channel Banner but the receiver remains tuned to the same
channel.
to tune
When you have highlighted the desired channel, press
to this channel. Press
or
to leave the Channel List screen
and return to the normal viewing mode without channel change.
OPTIONS MENU
Press the
button to open the Options menu. This menu allows
you to change the Audio Language, Subtitle Language, Teletext
Language, Display Format and Video Resolution. These options
can be changed, if they are available for a particular program. Your
new settings of the Audio and Subtitle Language as well as the
Display Format take effect immediately and they are remembered
until the program ends. When the program ends, the settings
revert to their default values. The Teletext Language setting
applies to the current channel (not program) and is remembered
as long as the receiver is tuned to the current channel. The Video
Resolution setting is remembered till the next resolution change.
buttons to highlight the
In the Options window, use
available options and
to change them. Press
to confirm
your choice or
to leave the Options menu without making any
changes.
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To change these settings permanently, see ‘Your
Preferences’ section on page 16.
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LOCKED CHANNELS AND PROGRAMS
Your receiver allows you to lock channels and/or programs that
you, for example, find inappropriate for your children. ‘Locking’ is
carried out in two ways:
■■ locking whole channels (in Channel Manager)
■■ setting the age limit according to which programs will be
blocked (in For Parents)
Once you have set a blockade, you will have to enter the PIN code
every time you attempt to watch a locked channel. To enter the
PIN code, use the
buttons. If you do not want to unlock the
channel, press
to tune to the previous channel or press
tune to another channel.
to
icon while locked
Locked channels are marked by the
programs are marked by the
icon in the Channel Banner.
When you enter the correct PIN code, the locked channel remains
unlocked as long as you are tuned to this channel. If you tune to
another channel, the unlocked channel becomes locked again and
you will be asked to enter the PIN code every time you try to tune
to a locked channel.
To permanently unlock a channel, read ‘For parents’ section on
the next page.
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MAIN MENU
Settings of the Main Menu screen allow you to modify the way
your receiver operates.
button. Then you can
To access the Main menu, press the
navigate using the
and
buttons. To return, press
.
To exit, press
or
.
Viewer Planner
Gives you access to the Recording Timers/Reminers and Viewing
Timers/Reminders.
Channel Manager
Allows you to modify channels. You can, for example, rename,
move or skip channels.
List Organization
Allows you to organize your favorite lists.
For Parents
Allows you to turn on and off the blockade of the receiver, set
the age limit according to which programs are to be blocked and
change the current PIN code.
Your Preferences
Installation
Allows you to set up your receiver, modem, search for existing
Allows you to define on-screen display as well as audio and channels, check status of the receiver, and restore the factory
settings.
subtitle languages.
Help
Gives you access to the information concerning the basic functions
of your receiver.
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VIEWER PLANNER
When you select Viewer Planner from the Main Menu, you get
access to the list of Timers and Reminders, which have already
been set.
They are notifications set up in order to inform you about the
coming time during which you want to view/listen to or record the
TV or Radio content.
There are two kinds of Timers/Reminders:
■■ viewing – you will be informed about the coming viewing/
listening time
■■ recording - you will be informed about the coming recording
time
Reminders are notifications set up in order to inform you about
the coming programs you want to watch/listen to or record.
In the Viewer Planner screen you can modify or delete Timers and/
or Reminders.
To modify a Timer/Reminder, highlight the desired Timer/Reminder
and press the
button.
If you want to delete a Timer/Reminder, press the
button.
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CHANNEL MANAGER
When you select Channel Manager from the Main Menu, you can
define the content of individual channel lists as well as modify
channels belonging to individual lists. The Modify option allows
you to perform a number of operations relating to channels of the
currently selected channel list.
Within All TV list you can perform operations such as: Lock, Move,
Skip, Rename, Hide and Restore Channels.
Within your favorite lists you can perform operations such as:
Add, Delete, Move, Skip, Rename and Lock Channels.
Please note that when a selected list is empty, only the Add
Channels option is active.
Add Channels
You can create up to 6 TV and up to 6 Radio lists with your favorite
channels.
Delete Channels
In the Delete Channels submenu you can select the channels you
want to delete from your favorite list(s).
Move Channels
You can change the order of channels within the All TV/Radio and
your favorite channel lists.
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Skip Channels
In the Skip Channels submenu you can select the channels you
want to skip when changing channels by means of
buttons or
when browsing in the Channel Banner. You can, however, tune to
the skipped channels by entering their numbers using the
buttons or selecting them from the Channel List window.
Hide Channels
In the Hide Channels submenu you can select the channels you
want to hide from the All TV or All Radio list. If you hide channels,
you will not be able to tune to these channels as long as you
restore them.
Restore Channels
In the Restore Channels submenu you can bring back the channels
you have previously hidden from the All TV or All Radio list.
Rename Channels
In the Rename Channels submenu you can change names of
channels within a selected channel list.
Lock Channels
In the Lock Channels submenu you can select the channels you
want to lock. Once you have locked a channel, you will have to
enter the PIN code every time you attempt to watch this channel.
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LIST ORGANIZATION
In the List Organization submenu you can Rename, Reorder, Add
or Delete your favorite lists. In the Main Menu, after highlighting
the List Organization item and pressing the button, the TV List
Organization window will be displayed. This window contains
favorite lists you can manage. If you want to manage Radio lists,
press the button to change the mode. If you press this button
once again, the mode will return to TV mode.
FOR PARENTS
By means of the For Parents settings, you can block programs
which you, for example, find inappropriate for your children.
Please note, that Parental Level and Lock Channels settings take
effect only when Receiver Lock is switched to Yes. If Receiver
Lock is set to No, access to all channels, programs and all of the
receiver’s functions is unlimited.
Once Receiver Lock has been set to Yes, you will need to enter the
PIN code every time you want to watch locked programs and/or
channels. The default PIN code is 1234, but you can easily change
it using the Change PIN Code option.
To gain access to the For Parents menu for the first time, you need
to enter the PIN code (1234) since, by default, the Receiver Lock
option is set to Yes.
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In order to add or delete channels to/from a list, go to
the Channel Manager under the Main Menu.
You can create up to 6 favorite TV lists and up to 6
favorite Radio lists.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Receiver Lock
To open the Receiver Lock window, highlight the Receiver Lock
.
item under the For Parents submenu and press
The Receiver Lock screen contains only the Receiver Lock option.
If this option is set to Yes, performing some actions is protected
by the PIN code, e.g.
■■ getting access to the For Parents submenu
■■ tuning to locked channels
■■ tuning to parentally locked programs (locked by means of
Parental Level)
■■ setting every Recording Timer or a Recording Reminder for
a program broadcast on a locked channel or program which
content is block by the Parental Level settings
■■ locking channels under Channel Manager
If you switch the Receiver Lock option to No, the operations listed
above are no longer protected by the PIN code and thus access to
all the receiver’s functions is unlimited.
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Parental Level
To open the Parental Level window, highlight the Parental Level
.
item under the For Parents submenu and press
This screen lets you define the age level according to which
programs will be blocked. It means that viewing of every program
which rating exceeds the defined age level will require entering
of the PIN code. For example, if you set Parental Level to 7 Years,
all programs unsuitable for viewers under 7 years old will be
protected by the PIN code.
buttons until
In order to change Parental Level, press the
the age level you are interested in is displayed. Then, press
the button to confirm your setting.
If you want to lock whole channels, you can do this in the Channel
Manager submenu.
Change PIN Code
To open the Change PIN Code window, highlight the Change PIN
Code item under the For Parents submenu and press
.
In the Change PIN Code screen you can change your PIN code. To
do that, using the
keys, enter the current PIN code once,
and a new PIN code twice.
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As a new PIN code, it is advisable that you choose a
number which you can easily remember. The default
PIN code is 1234.
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YOUR PREFERENCES
Radio Picture
By means of the Your Preferences settings you can change Display Black - When you tune to a Radio channel (by pressing
and Language Options. To get access to the Your Preferences TV screen is black.
screen, highlight the Your Preferences item under the Main Menu
Fancy -When you tune to a Radio channel (by pressing
and press
.
picture is displayed on the TV screen.
), the
), a
Display Options
To open the Display Options window, highlight the Display Options Radio Label
item under the Your Preferences submenu and press
.
Yes - When the receiver is tuned to a Radio channel, the label with
The Display Options screen allows you to define some options the radio name is displayed on the screen.
related to displaying information on the screen. Using the
No - When the receiver is tuned to a Radio channel, the label with
buttons highlight the option you want to change. Use the
the radio name is not displayed on the screen.
buttons to change values of the highlighted option. To confirm
the settings, press the
button.
Channel Banner Duration - defines how long the channel
information remains displayed after tuning to another channel.
Volume Bar - if you set “Yes” then the volume bar is displayed
when you press
Application AutoSTART - if you set “Yes” external applications
available on a particular channel start automatically. It may,
however, happen that some applications do not have an ‘autostart’
option assigned and they will not start automatically (regardless of
the receiver’s setting).
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Language Options
The Language Options screen allows you to select options
concerning preferred languages.
To open the Language Options window, highlight the Language
.
Options item under the Your Preferences submenu and press
Using the
buttons highlight the option you want to change.
buttons to change values of the highlighted option.
Use the
To confirm the settings, press the
button.
On-screen Language – specifies the language in which all the
menus and screens are displayed.
Primary Audio – specifies the first choice of language you would
like to use for your audio soundtracks.
Secondary Audio – specifies the second choice of language you
would like to use for your audio soundtracks (when the Primary
Audio Language is not available).
Subtitles – specifies whether subtitles are displayed (if available).
Primary Subtitles – specify the first choice of language you
would like to use for your subtitles.
Secondary Subtitles – specify the second choice of language
(when the Primary Subtitles are not available) you would like to
use for your subtitles .
Teletext Language – specifies the language of teletext.
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INSTALLATION
The Installation submenu allows you to:
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■■
■■
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configure TV, system and modem settings
update or reinstall channel lists
check the signal quality
get some basic information concerning the system and loader
download new software versions if available
restore all factory settings of your receiver
Settings
The Settings submenu consists of following items: TV Settings,
System Settings, Modem Settings and Modem Diagnostics.
TV Settings
The TV Settings screen contains the following options:
TV Screen Format – The TV Screen Format option should be set
to correspond with the format of your TV screen. The default TV
Screen format is 4:3.
Display Format - If your TV screen format is different than the
format of the program currently broadcast, you can choose the
way the picture is ‘transformed’. You can choose between Full
Screen, Letter-Box and Pan-Scan.
TV SCART Output – If your TV does not support the RGB color
model, you can switch to CVBS.
Video Standard - This option informs you about the video standard
supported by the receiver.
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System Settings
The System Settings screen contains some of the configuration
parameters you may want to change. They are as follows:
Default CA System – This option is inactive.
Dolby Digital - If you want to enjoy the surround sound and you
are using a Dolby Digital device (e.g. Home Cinema system), set
the Dolby Digital option to Yes.
Note: If you set this option to Yes, the sound will only be available
on the S/PDIF.
Auto Upgrade in Standby – If this option is set to Yes, and you
switch your receiver into standby mode, after about one hour, the
receiver will check whether a new software version is available.
If a new software version is detected, the upgrade is carried out
automatically.
If you set the Auto Upgrade in Standby option to No, the upgrade
process is not carried out automatically and you will be informed
about the upgrade possibility once you have switched on your
receiver.
Auto Upgrade in Operate – If this option is set to Yes, the
receiver checks for new versions of software also in operate mode.
When the process of checking is initiated, you are informed about
it by means of suitable messages appearing on the screen. You
can define the time and frequency of these checks by means of
the Check Time and Check Repeat options.
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Check Time – This option allows you to specify the time when
you want your receiver to check for upgrades in operate mode.
Check Repeat – This option allows you to choose how often you
want your receiver to repeat the checks for upgrades in operate
mode.
Channel Numbering – Displays information about the way
channels are numbered. This message is for the informative
purpose only and it cannot be modified.
Modem Settings
Your receiver is equipped with an internal modem which is a
return channel allowing you to use interactive services such as
voting, t-commerce (purchases through TV) or playing games.
To set up your modem parameters, use the
buttons of
your remote control and the buttons which are presented at the
bottom of the screen.
The virtual keyboard can be opened by pressing the
your remote control.
button on
If you want to delete characters in the entry box, highlight the
buttons and
character you want to delete by pressing the
press the
button. Once you have set up your modem, press
to confirm the settings.
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Modem Diagnostics
The Modem Diagnostics screen allows you to check the modem
connection. If any problem is detected, an appropriate message
is displayed. When no problems are detected, you can check if
the modem is properly connected by following the instructions
displayed on the screen.
Signal Meter
This screen displays the signal strength and quality. The displayed
data concerns the currently tuned channel.
Antenna Configuration
In the Antenna Configuration screen you can adjust the settings
of your antenna. If you have a single LNB installation choose Off in
the Antenna Control option. However, if you have more advanced
installation than depending on its type and LNB type you can
choose between DiSEqC and Unicable control.
Unicable
For Unicable control you have to set the following options:
Unicable Channels - select the number of channels of your
Unicable LNB. You can choose between 4 and 8.
Channel Number - select the appropriate output number of the
LNB your receiver is connected to.
Unicable Channel Frequency - once you select the Channel
Number the receiver assumes standard frequency for this number.
However, you can change it by editing this option.
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When changing the settings, please remember that at
least one LNB must be assigned to Hotbird Satellite.
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Channel Search
In the Channel Search window you can update and reinstall
channel lists as well as search for channels manually.
If you select the Update Channel Lists option, your favorite channel
lists remain intact and all the newly found channels are added to
the All TV/Radio list.
If you select the Reinstall Channels Lists option, the existing
channels are replaced with newly found ones. It also means that
all the changes made in List Organization and Channel Manager,
e.g. channel locks or favorite lists content are canceled.
Please note that if you choose the Reinstall Channels Lists option,
you will be asked to choose the way channels are to be numbered.
By means of the Manual Channel Search you can look for channels
broadcast on different frequency range than the default one.
Receiver Status
The Receiver Status submenu gives you access to CA (Conditional
Access) Information, System Information, Loader information and
TiVu Information.
The Receiver Upgrade function allows you to start the downloading
the newest software version for your receiver, if available.
Under the TiVu information you can find your Smart Card Number
and conditional access version.
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Factory Reset
Performing Factory Reset causes that all the receiver’s default
(factory) settings are restored. Therefore all the changes you have
made after turning the receiver on for the first time are canceled.
If you select Yes in the Factory Reset screen and press , the factory
settings of your receiver are restored and the first-time installation
process is started.
HELP
The Help menu provides you with some basic information on
actions of the remote control buttons as well as information about
functions of the receiver.
If the upgrade of the receiver’s software has been performed, you
can learn about the new features in the What is New? window.
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE
The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) provides you with an onscreen TV schedule and information about current program
content. Please bear in mind that this information is available only
if provided by the broadcaster.
on your remote
To access the Electronic Program Guide press
control. Use the
buttons to navigate through the days of
the week and the
buttons to scroll through the program
list for a particular day.
and
Using the
entire page.
keys allows you to scroll up and down the
key allows you to select the category/subcategory
Pressing the
of the programs to be displayed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
MAINTENANCE
From time to time you may wish to clean your receiver.
First disconnect the receiver from the power supply and then
use a soft, dry cloth. For very dirty surfaces, dip the soft cloth in
a weak soap-and-water solution and wring well. Then dry off with
a soft, dry cloth. Never use alcohol, paint thinner, or any chemically
treated cloth, to clean your receiver. Such chemicals may damage
its finish.
TROUBLESHOOTING
General issues
Symptom
- The standby indicator on
the receiver’s front panel
does not light up.
• Check that the wall socket is supplying power. Then the
LED on the receiver’s power plug should light up green.
• Check that the power cable is switched on.
• Check that all the cables are correctly connected and
the ON/OFF button on the rear side of the receiver is
switched ON. Disconnect these cables, and then connect
them again to ensure they are in place.
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
If you have a problem, please check the table below for a possible
solution. If you cannot find the solution there, we suggest you
next consult the Help section at www.i-can.tv before calling your
vendor’s service department. Some simple checks or minor adjustments may fix the problem and restore full service, since most
faults are quite trivial. The most common problems are related to
cable connections. Make sure first that your receiver is properly
connected. To ensure that all the cables are in their place, disconnect and connect them again.
However if none of the remedies indicated in the table or on our
website solves the problem, consult your vendor.
Solution
- The standby indicator on
the receiver’s front panel
is red.
• Your receiver is in standby mode, so just press the
button on your remote control to take the receiver into
full operational mode.
- Your remote control fails
to operate your receiver.
• Make sure your receiver is in operate mode.
• Make sure that you are pointing your remote control
at the receiver’s front panel.
• Check the batteries in your remote control.
• Make sure that the receiver is not exposed to
direct sunlight.
• If these measures do not work the problem may be
caused by a temporary transmission error, or some of
your receiver’s software settings may have been lost.
Try switching off your receiver at the power source and
switch it back on after a few seconds.
- Your receiver fails to
descramble pay-tv channels
• If the error message says, “card not activated”, please
contact your pay-tv service provider.
• Make sure your smart card is properly inserted into the
slot. The chip should face downwards and the symbol of
an arrow should point inwards.
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Installation issues
Symptom
- You cannot find
channels.
Audio and video issues
Solution
• Make sure that your satellite dish is directed towards
the Hot Bird Satellite.
Symptom
- Your TV is blank or ‘snow’
appears on the screen.
• Check that the satellite dish cable is properly
connected.
• If you cannot resolve the problem easily, you may need
to have your satellite dish and installation tested by a
professional.
Audio and video issues
Symptom
- The picture on your TV
screen changes color.
- The picture appears to be either • The Display Format in the Options menu has not been
‘squashed’ or cut off at the top
set to match your TV. Try a different setting.
and bottom of the screen.
- There is no sound.
Solution
- Your TV is blank or ‘snow’
appears on the screen.
• Make sure your TV is set to receive the signal from the
appropriate input.
• Check whether your receiver is in Mute mode. If it is,
use your receiver’s remote control and press the volume
up button.
• Check whether the volume on your receiver or TV
is sufficiently high. Press the volume buttons on the
remote control of your receiver or of your TV set.
• Your receiver has lost some of its software settings.
Switch your receiver off and then back on after a few
seconds. If the problem persists, contact your vendor.
• The signal is too weak or is defective, which could
be due to bad weather conditions. Try adjusting the
position of your antenna, or wait for the signal to be
re-established.
• Your receiver may be in standby mode (if the LED on
the front panel is red). Press the button to turn your
receiver back to operation mode.
• Alternatively some of the connections may have
worked loose. Check that all the connections are made
properly. Then turn the receiver off and after a few
seconds turn it on again.
• Check that the receiver is properly connected to your
TV or your sound system. Some connections may have
worked loose.
• This may happen after a power-cut, or after your
receiver has been disconnected from the power source.
- Blocks appearing in the
picture on the screen.
Solution
- There is no stereo sound on
your Hi-Fi system.
• Make sure that the SPDIF cable are correctly
connected to the receiver and to the TV set.
- You cannot get the surround
sound
• Make sure that the program you are watching is
broadcast in DOLBY SURROUND mode, indicated by
icon.
the
• Check your SPDIF audio cable is well connected
between your receiver and the Home Cinema
central unit.
• Check in the Menu - Settings - Audio Mode, that
you have selected the surround sound audio option.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE END USER RELATED TO THE WEEE DIRECTIVE
2002/96/CE AND 2003/108/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
REGARDING WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE).
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol attached to this product means that the product
is covered by the European Directive “WEEE” 2002/96/EC and its later amendment
2003/108/EC.
To protect the natural environment, for the future disposal of this product, please
act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old product with your
normal household waste.
It is necessary to return the waste to a WEEE collection point licensed by Public
Administration. It is also possible to return the item to a dealer if you are buying
similar equipment.
The above directive states that economic penalties will be imposed for an irregular
disposal of WEEE (Waste of Electric & Electronic Equipments).
CONFORMITY DECLARATION
The CE symbol placed on this digital receiver i-CAN 1110 SV guarantees the
conformity to European Directives:
2004/108/EC - Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
2006/95/EC - Low Voltage Directive
2002/95/EC - RoHS EU-Directive
2002/96/EC and 2003/108/EC - WEEE EU-Directives
93/68/EEC - CE marking
EN 50419:2006 - WEEE marking
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ADB reserves the right to modify the design of the Set-Top Box without any
notice.
i-CAN, the i-CAN logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ADVANCED DIGITAL BROADCAST S.A.
All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
© 2010 ADVANCED DIGITAL BROADCAST
ADB reserves the right to modify the design of the Set-Top Box without any notice.
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