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User Guide
Dear customer,
Congratulations on your new NOKIA Mediamaster 211 S.
Plug & play installation and the user-friendly menu NOKIA NaviBars make this digital receiver particularly powerful and easy to use.
The instructions for use include interesting tips on handling your digital receiver as well as extensive
information on the special Premiere functions. If you have technical queries or questions regarding the
product or if you require tips on how to install it, please call our hotline:
NOKIA Home Communications Hotline:
• Phone:
0180/500 33 40 1, 2
• Fax:
0180/500 33 41 1
• E-mail:
home-communications@nokia.de
As a new-generation digital receiver, the NOKIA Mediamaster 211 S has been designed for receiving
freely available channels and in particular for the reception and use of Premiere. A Premiere CI module
and Premiere Smartcard open the door to the most attractive television channels: Seven cinema screens
to watch at home including TV premieres of the biggest blockbusters; the best sports programmes with
live football coverage of all premier league games; and specific selection options for individualists who
can make individual bookings for specific channels or the most popular highlights.
In order to install Premiere please refer to the instructions for installation, which are enclosed with the
packaging of the Premiere Smartcard/CI module. If you do not yet have a Premiere Smartcard/CI module, you can get information on current Premiere offers by calling 0180/551 00 00 1, on the Internet at
www.premiere.de or at your local Premiere retailer.
We hope you have a lot of fun using your NOKIA Mediamaster 211 S!
Your
NOKIA Home Communications Team
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Quick guide
Satellite dish
The satellite dish must have an unobstructed path to the satellites.
Install the satellite dish according to the instructions.
If you already have a satellite dish installed, note that you will
need a Universal LNB which works on the frequencies 10.7012.75 GHz to be able to handle digital signals.
Connecting a TV and a VCR
Antenna
Satellite dish
Preparing the
Remote Control
RF
TV
Video
SCART
SCART
See pages 13 and 14 if you want to connect to an analogue
satellite receiver or to connect in any other way.
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Switching on for the first time
• Plug in your Mediamaster.
• The “Erstinstallation” (First time installation) menu is shown.
• Press the select button on the remote control to start the installation procedure.
Language
• Select the desired menu language using the cursor up/cursor down button.
This will also become the main language for audio and subtitling.
• Press select to continue.
Antenna/satellite selection
This Quick guide describes connection to the most common
satellite dish installations that have one (1) Universal LNB.
• Select the ”One antenna/one LNB configuration” alternative.
• Press select to continue.
If you have two or more LNBs connected to your satellite
dish, see page 18.
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Quick guide
One antenna/one LNB configuration
Select this alternative if you have one (1) LNB mounted on the
antenna.
• Press opt to view the predefined channel.
LNB type
Select the correct LNB type for your configuration. The most
common values, including Universal LNB, can be selected using the cursor left/cursor right button.
LNB offset voltage
If the cable from the antenna is very long, the voltage at the LNB
could be too low to change the polarisation. You can increase
the voltage to the LNB by 0.5 V.
Satellite
Select one of the pre-programmed satellites.
Predefined channel
Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna
until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible in the
background.
• Press select to confirm all settings and then carry out the
channel search procedure.
Channel search
• Select the “Automatic Search” alternative.
• Press select to start the search process.
Channel search in progress
This menu will be shown while the Mediamaster is searching
for TV and radio channels.
All channels that are found will be listed on the screen.
Please note that the search procedure may take a few minutes.
You can cancel the search at any time by pressing select.
When the search procedure has ended, a message will tell you
how many TV and radio channels have been found.
• Press select to continue.
Time adjustment
The time is adjusted using the cursor up/cursor down buttons,
± half an hour at a time. You can also change the minutes using
the cursor left/cursor right. buttons.
• Press select to finish the first-time installation and to open
the NaviBars.
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Contents
General information
3
Quick guide
5-6
Contents
7
Software end-user license
8-9
Information about the Mediamaster 10
Remote control
11
Front and rear panel
12
About the smartcard and CI module 13
General
The right-hand card slot
Inserting a CI module with a smartcard
13
13
13
Installation of the Mediamaster
14
Preparing the remote control
Connecting the Mediamaster to the dish
General
Connecting to the TV
Connecting a TV and VCR
Connecting an analogue satellite receiver
and a VCR
Nokia smart switch
Connecting a HiFi system
First time installation
General information
The “First-time installation” menu
Language
Antenna/satellite selection
One antenna/one LNB configuration
Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch
configuration
Motor antenna configuration
Channel search
Channel search in progress
Time adjustment
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18
18-20
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NaviBars
23
General information
23
The “Control” and the “Settings” folders 23
Control folder ☛ User preferences
24
Control folder ☛ Edit channels
24-26
Control folder ☛ Edit satellites
27-28
Control folder ☛ Timer
29
Control folder ☛ System info
29
Control folder ☛ Premiere
29
Settings folder ☛ Antenna
30
Settings folder ☛ Channel
30
Settings folder ☛ TV
30
Settings folder ☛ Access
31
Settings folder ☛ Time
32
Settings folder ☛ SW (software) update 32
Settings folder ☛ Reinstall
32
Games folder
32
Viewing Mode
General information
Programme information
Extended programme information
Temporary settings
Premiere specific functions
TV release (0)
Teletext
Glossary of terms
Troubleshooting
Technical specifications
Menu screen structure
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Copyright © 2002 Nokia.
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Nokia Mediamaster software end-user license
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General information about the Mediamaster
Throughout this manual you will notice that the everyday operation of your Mediamaster is based on a
series of user friendly on-screen displays and menus. These menus will help you get the most from your
Mediamaster, guiding you through installation, channel selection, viewing and many other functions.
All functions can be carried out using the buttons on the remote control, and some of the functions can
also be carried out using the buttons on the front panel.
Please be aware that new software may change the functionality of the Mediamaster.
Should you experience any difficulties with the operation of your Mediamaster, please consult the relevant section of this manual, including the Problem Solving, or alternatively call your dealer or a customer
service adviser. Or contact our Hotline under:
Tel:
01805003340*
Fax:
01805003341
Email:
home-communications@nokia.de
* Monday to Friday 8-19 Uhr und Samstag von 8-14 Uhr (0,12€/Min über telekom).
For notes on other European service partners see www.nokia.de, Home-Communications.
IMPORTANT! Please read this before using the Mediamaster!
• Allow 10 cm space around the Mediamaster for sufficient ventilation.
• Do not cover the Mediamaster’s ventilation openings with items such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains etc.
• Do not place the Mediamaster on top of a unit that emits heat.
• Do not place naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the Mediamaster.
• Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of washing-up liquid to clean the casing.
• Do not expose the Mediamaster to dripping or splashing liquids.
• Do not place any objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the Mediamaster.
• To give your Mediamaster extra protection, e.g. during a thunderstorm, we recommend that you connect it via an external surge protection device.
• Do not connect or modify cables when the Mediamaster is plugged in.
• Do not remove the cover.
• Do not allow the unit to be exposed to hot, cold or humid conditions.
• Service should only be carried out at a Nokia Authorised Service Centre.
• Please note that the only way to completely isolate the Mediamaster from the
mains supply is to unplug the mains cable!
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Remote control
This section describes how to operate the Mediamaster using the buttons on the remote control. The
stand-by button has double functionalitys. One function is performed if you gently press the button once
and the other function is performed if you hold the button down for a few seconds.
Some of the functions can also be performed using the buttons on the front panel.
Press once to turn the sound off/on (mute). Press and hold
for a few seconds to switch the Mediamaster in and out of
stand-by mode.
0-9
Change the channel and select individual menu options.
Note: If 0 is entered as the first digit, the TV Release functionality is activated (see below).
0
TV Release. To switch between digital TV/Radio, analogue
TV and analogue satellite TV and VCR.
info
To display short and extended information (if transmitted)
about current and forthcoming programmes. Shows the
viewing banner in viewing mode.
back
Go back one level at a time within menus without storing any
settings. To toggle between the current and previous TV/Radio channel in viewing mode. Close the NaviBars.
select
Confirm choices and the selection of a highlighted item.
Open the NaviBars.
opt
Show service options in viewing mode.
txt
Press to show teletext (if available).
The cursor button
Cursor up
Move up through the menus
and change to the next channel in the current channel list
while in viewing mode.
Cursor left
Move left/change settings in menus.
Decrease the volume
level while in viewing
mode.
Cursor right
Move right/change settings in
menus.
Increase the volume level while
in viewing mode.
The Mediamaster’s maximum
volume level is controlled by the
TV’s present volume setting.
Cursor down
Move down through the
menus and change to the
previous channel in the current channel list while in
viewing mode.
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Front and rear panel
Front panel
Lid
open the lid in order to
insert the CI module
and the smartcard
to change channels
and to move through
menus
Slot
for a CI module
with a smartcard
Slot
for inserting of a
smartcard
Button
push the button to release a CI module that
has been inserted
Indicator 1
Indicator 2
to put the Mediamaster
into and take it out of
stand-by mode
Function
LED indicator 1
LED indicator 2
ON
Stand-by
Locked to channel
Remote control feedback
SW download
Error
Green
Red
Green
Green
Continous green flashing
Continous red flashing
Green
Red if not locked
Single flash
Continous green flashing
Continous red flashing
Rear panel
DIGITAL AUDIO
RCA connector
S/PDIF digital output for connecting
to a HiFi system
TV SCART
for connecting
to the TV
ANTENNA *
Satellite dish input
(F-connector)
Mains cable
110-240 V AC
for connecting of
the mains cable
AUDIO L R
RCA connectors
stereo output for a connection to an analogue
HiFi system
AUX SCART
for connecting to a VCR
or other Audio/Video
equipment
SERIAL PORT
for connecting to a PC
* LNB cable also feeds the LNB with a supply voltage of 13/18 V (V/H polarisation)
and a 0/22 kHz signal (bandswitch). Max LNB current is approximately 500 mA.
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About the smartcard and CI module
General
In order to receive scrambled digital channels, you will need a CI
module* (Common Interface) and a smartcard, which can be obtained from a Service Provider.
There are several different CI modules available on the European
market. Each of the CI modules supports a certain kind of
encryption system. The Mediamaster supports CI modules which
work according to the DVB standard. Depending on the channels
that you want to watch, your local dealer will provide you with
the right type of CI module.
Please note that a smartcard may only be valid for a single Service Provider and, therefore, for a specific range of channels.
CI module
Smartcard
The smartcard and the CI module may cause special menus, that
are not described in this manual, to appear. Follow the instructions from the Service Provider.
Note: CI modules and smartcards are only distributed by Service Providers and special distributors, not by Nokia.
After inserting a card, leave it in the slot permanently. Do not remove it again, unless you are asked to do so. This is important,
for example, if your Service Provider wants to download new information to the smartcard, as the card has to be in the slot.
* Only use a DVB standard Common Interface module.
The right-hand card slot
Not used in this box.
(For a smartcard only)
Inserting a CI module with a smartcard
In the left-hand slot you can use a CI module and a smartcard
from the service provider of your choice.
Insert the CI module and the smartcard according to the instructions provided with the module.
• Press the grey button to the left of the slot to release an inserted CI module.
CI module
• For further information on using the CI module and the smartcard see the manual provided with the Premiere CI module.
Smartcard
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Installation of the Mediamaster
The Mediamaster box should contain the following items:
• the Mediamaster
• a remote control with 2 AAA batteries
• a SCART cable (fully connected 1.0 metre)
• a mains cable
• an owner’s manual with the software license agreement
SCART
cable
Mains
cable
Remote Owner’s
control manual
About the SCART sockets
The rear panel of the Mediamaster contains 2 SCART sockets
(see diagram). When you connect other devices to any of these
sockets, always use fully connected SCART cables (as supplied).
There are “less well specified” SCART cables on the market and
picture quality could be reduced if they are used.
SCART socket
Preparing the remote control
• Remove the cover from the battery compartment at the bottom of the remote control.
• Insert the 2 AAA (1.5 V) batteries, as shown in the diagram.
Make sure that you observe the + and - markings indicated inside.
• Replace the cover.
Connecting the Mediamaster to the dish
If you need to fit the F-connectors onto the cable
• Prepare each end of the cable as shown in the diagram. You
will need to fold back the outer braid (as shown).
15 mm
8 mm
• Slide the F-connector onto the cable and then turn it clockwise
until it grips the braid.
• Ensure that 3 mm of the core is protruding from the end of the
connector.
Installing the satellite dish
• See the Fitting instructions provided with your satellite dish on
how to install the dish.
• Connect the coaxial cable, with the F-connectors fitted, from
the LNB on the satellite dish to the socket marked
”ANTENNA”on the rear panel of the Mediamaster.
General
There are many different types of TV/VCR and other equipment
that you can connect to the Mediamaster.
In this manual, you will see some of the most common ways to
connect your equipment.
If you have problems with your connections and need help, please
contact your dealer.
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F-connector
3 mm
Installation of the Mediamaster
Connecting to the TV
• Connect the SCART cable between the main SCART socket
on the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
• Connect the TV aerial to the TV.
SCART
Connecting a TV and VCR
Refer to your VCR’s manual for full instructions.
• Connect one SCART cable from the main SCART socket on the
TV to the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
• Connect another SCART cable from
to the AUX SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
the
VCR
• Connect the RF cable from the RF output on the VCR to the
TV aerial input on the TV.
VCR
RF
• Connect the TV aerial to the RF input socket on the VCR.
SCART
SCART
Mediamaster
Connecting an analogue satellite receiver
and a VCR
• Connect a SCART cable from the main SCART socket on the
TV to the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
• Connect a SCART cable from the VCR to the AUX SCART
socket on the Mediamaster.
With Nokia smart
switch
• Connect an RF cable from the RF output on the VCR to the TV
aerial input on the TV.
• Connect an RF cable from the RF output on the analogue receiver to the RF input socket on the VCR.
• Connect the TV aerial to the RF input socket on the analogue
receiver.
VCR
RF
SCART
In order to switch the signal from the dish between the analogue and digital receivers, you will need a Nokia smart switch
(at A B in the diagram) or a Universal Twin LNB.
Analogue receiver
Nokia smart switch
• Connect a coaxial cable from output A on the smart switch (accessory) to the LNB socket on the analogue receiver.
• Connect a coaxial cable from output B on the smart switch to
the ANTENNA socket on the Mediamaster.
The analogue receiver must be switched OFF (in stand-by
mode) when you want to watch digital satellite channels
from the Mediamaster.
Nokia smart switch
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Installation of the Mediamaster
Connecting a HiFi system
• Connect an RCA stereo cable from the AUDIO L R sockets on
the Mediamaster to the LINE, AUX, SPARE or EXTRA input
sockets on your HiFi system.
• If available, you can connect a single RCA cable from the DIGITAL AUDIO socket on the Mediamaster to a HiFi system that
is equipped with digital audio input. This output is also used
for connecting to an external DolbyTM digital decoder.
Note: To avoid interference you must use a screened audio
cable. Never connect digital output to any analogue input.
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First time installation
General information
Once you have correctly connected the Mediamaster, you will
also have to perform a “First-time installation.” During this procedure, helpful information is displayed at the bottom of the
menus.
Please note!
The select button always confirms a selection within these
menus, and pressing it will take you to the next step in the installation process. However, and this is important, more than one
value often has to be entered in a menu. Firstly, make all necessary setting changes. Then, confirm them all simultaneously by
pressing select.
You can always return to the previous menu by pressing back.
Use the cursor up/cursor down button to move upwards and
downwards from one line to another.
Use the cursor left/cursor right button to change settings.
You can also use the numeric buttons on the remote control to
enter numeric values.
The “First-time installation” menu
This picture indicates that you have started the installation procedure.
• Plug in your Mediamaster.
• The “First-time installation” menu is shown.
• Press select to continue.
Language
• Select the desired menu language using the cursor up/cursor
down button.
This will also become the main language for audio and subtitling.
• Press select to continue.
Antenna/satellite selection
• Select the “One antenna/one LNB configuration” alternative
if you have a single antenna equipped with one LNB for receiving signals.
• Select the alternative “Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration” alternative if you have one antenna with two or four
LNBs or two antennas with one or two LNBs each for receiving signals from a combination of satellites. In this cases you
will need a 2-way or a 4-way DiSEqC switch.
• Select the “Motor antenna configuration” alternative if you
have an antenna motor to control your satellite antenna.
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First time installation
One antenna/one LNB configuration
Select this alternative if you have one (1) LNB mounted on the
antenna.
• Press opt to view the predefined channel.
LNB type
Select the correct LNB for your configuration. The most common
values, including Universal LNB, can be selected using the cursor left/cursor right button.
LNB offset voltage
If the cable from the antenna is very long, the voltage at the LNB
could be too low to change the polarisation. You can increase the
voltage to the LNB by 0.5 V.
Satellite
Select one of the pre-programmed satellites.
Predefined channel
Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna
until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible on the
screen.
• Press select to confirm all settings and then carry out the channel search procedure.
Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration
Select this alternative if your antenna system has more than one
LNB.
You can connect up to 4 LNBs. The selection of the different LNBs
must be controlled by an external switch.
• Select the “DiSEqC 2 input switch” alternative if you have a
2-way DiSEqC switch.
• Select the “DiSEqC 4 input switch” alternative if you have a
4-way DiSEqC switch.
• Select the “Mini DiSEqC switch” alternative if you have a mini
DiSEqC switch.
In this case you must first connect the LNBs to an external switch
as there is only one antenna input on the Mediamaster. Once
installed, the switch automatically selects the correct LNB for the
selected channel.
This external switch is also known as a DiSEqC™ switch. Since
the switch can be located close to the LNBs, you only need one
cable to connect to the Mediamaster.
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Typical connection of a two-way DiSEqC switch:
• Connect the cable from the LNB that is intended for channels
from the ASTRA satellite (or THOR) to the connector marked
LNB 1 (A) on the switch.
• Connect the cable from the HOTBIRD satellite (or SIRIUS) to
the connector marked LNB 2 (B).
• Then, connect the antenna cable to the connector marked OUT
on the switch.
• Connect the other end of this cable to the ANTENNA input at
the rear of the Mediamaster.
For each LNB that you connect to the DiSEqC switch,
the following configuration has to be carried out.
As an example, the following section will describe how the LNB
intended for ASTRA will be configured for DiSEqC input 1 (A) on
the switch and the LNB intended for HOTBIRD will be configured
for DiSEqC input 2 (B).
Switch port
Select the input for each LNB that will be connected. In this example, the DiSEqC 1 input is selected first.
LNB type
Select the correct LNB type for your configuration, e.g. “Universal”.
LNB Offset voltage
If the cable from any of the LNB’s is very long, it might be necessary to increase the voltage to these LNB’s by 0.5 V.
In most cases nothing needs to be altered here. Leave the default value as “0 V”. If the switch does not change between horizontal and vertical polarisation, the voltage to an LNB can be increased later. Increase the voltage if an LNB does not change polarisation.
Satellite
In this example, select ASTRA because its LNB is connected to
the DiSEqC 1 input on the switch.
Predefined channel
Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna
until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible on the
screen.
• Press opt to view the predefined channel.
Repeat this procedure for the second DiSEqC port, but this time
select 2 from “Switch port” and HOTBIRD as the satellite.
When the configuration of both DiSEqC ports has been completed, press select. A confirmation that the DiSEqC ports have
been configured will show up. You can now start searching for
channels.
• Press select to carry out the channel search procedure.
Please refer to the “Channel search” section on page 21.
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Motor antenna configuration
If you have an antenna motor to control your satellite antenna you
must configure the following settings.
• From the “Antenna/Satellite selection” menu select option 3
“Motor Antenna Configuration” and press select.
Type of motor
• Select SATSCAN (ASTRA) if you have a Nokia SatScan motor.
• Select DiSEqC (Hotbird) if the motor that you have is controlled by DiSEqC commands.
LNB type
• Select the correct LNB type for your configuration, e.g. “Universal”.
LNB offset voltage
If the cable from the antenna is very long, the voltage to the LNB
could be too low to change the polarisation. You can increase the
voltage to the LNB by 0.5 V.
Predefined ASTRA-/HOTBIRD-channel
• Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna
until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible on the
screen.
Adjusting the motor for ASTRA/HOTBIRD
To continue the installation you now have to determine the
angle to ASTRA or HOTBIRD. The motor and the antenna
must be adjusted towards the ASTRA 1 satellites on 19.2°
East for SatScan motors or towards HOTBIRD satellites on
13° East for DiSEqC motors as these are the reference satellites.
All other preprogrammed satellite positions are oriented
relative to these settings.
You also have to mount the antenna at a proper place.
How to do all this, please read the separate fitting instructions for the SatScan or DiSEqC positioner.
East and West limit set-up
Note! You only have to set one or both of these limits if the antenna is prevented from reaching its East/West limit positions.
This could be the case,for example, if the antenna is mounted too
close to a wall or in any similar situation.
To set these limits, adjust the antenna using the cursor left/cursor right button.
• Firstly, move the antenna to the east limit.
• Then move the antenna to the west limit.
• Press select to confirm all settings and carry out the channel
search procedure.
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Remove limits
If you need to remove the limits.
When you activate this command, the motor will turn itself to the
0° (Zero) position.
However, the next time you select a channel, the motor will turn
to its proper position.
Channel search
The Channel search procedure can be carried out in different
ways.
The menu will look different depending on what option you selected in the “Antenna/satellite selection” menu.
If you selected “One antenna/one LNB configuration”, select
“Automatic”, “Manual” or “Advanced Manual” search.
If you selected “Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration” or
“Motor antenna configuration” you also indicate which satellite
you wish to search from, using the cursor left/cursor right button.
Automatic search
If you selected “One antenna/one LNB configuration” or
“Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration”:
• Press select to start searching for channels.
If you selected “Motor antenna configuration”:
• Select a predefined channel and then adjust the motor (if necessary) using the cursor left/cursor right button.
• Press select to start searching for channels.
Manual search
The information that must be entered in this menu is available in
satellite TV magazines or on the Internet.
Transponder frequency: Specify the frequency in MHz using the
numeric buttons. If you enter the wrong value, erase using cursor left.
Polarisation: Select Horizontal, Vertical, Circular left or Circular
right.
Symbol rate: Enter using the numeric buttons. If you enter the
wrong value, erase using cursor left.
Network search: Select “Yes” if you want to search all transponders that are connected to a specific network.
Adjust motor: This alternative is only visible if you have set the
motor antenna configuration. If necessary, adjust the motor for
the current satellite.
• Press select to start searching for channels.
Video, Audio and PCR PID
These alternatives are only available if you are searching from a
user-defined satellite. By entering these values you can see a TV
picture on the screen which may help you to adjust the dish.
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Advanced manual search
The information that must be entered in this menu is available in
satellite TV magazines or on the Internet.
You can use this menu if you are looking for some “special” channels (i.e. non-DVB standard channels) which might only be found
when you have entered the necessary settings here.
Transponder frequency: Specify the frequency in MHz.
Polarisation: Select Horizontal, Vertical, Circular left or right.
Symbol rate: Enter symbol rate with the numeric buttons.
PID Video: Enter the PID (Packet Identifier) for the video signal.
PID Audio: Enter the PID for the audio signal.
PID PCR: Enter the PID for the PCR (Programme Clock Reference).
Adjust motor: This alternative will only be available if you have
set the motor antenna configuration. If necessary, adjust the motor for the current satellite.
• Press select to tune in channels using the given parameters.
All channels that are located using the advanced manual search
will automatically be given a generated name, for example,
P0001 for the first channel, P0002 for the second, etc.
• Press select to save the new channel or back if you don´t want
to save it.
Channel search in progress
This menu will be shown while the Mediamaster is searching for
TV and radio channels.
All channels that are found will be listed on the screen.
Please note that the search procedure may take a few minutes.
You can cancel the search at any time by pressing select.
When the search procedure has ended, a message will tell you
how many TV and radio channels have been found.
• Press select to continue.
Time adjustment
The time is adjusted by using cursor up/cursor down, ± 1/2 an
hour at a time. You can also adjust the minutes by using cursor
left/cursor right.
• Press select to finish the first time installation and to open the
NaBars
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NaviBars
General information
• Press select to open the NaviBars.
Bookmark
name
Bookmark
The NaviBars is used for selecting TV/Radio channels and changing system settings. See the figure to the right.
The horizontal row contains folders, for example, All TV, Settings and so on. Their names are shown in black text at the bottom of each folder.
Each folder contains bookmarks. The All TV folder contains bookmarks for the different TV channels; the Control folder contains
bookmarks for some system settings and so on.
You can move a folder horizontally by pressing the cursor left/
cursor right button.
When a folder is brought into focus, the bookmarks are shown
in a vertical row. The names of the different bookmarks are shown
in white text at the top of each bookmark icon.
You can select a bookmark by pressing the cursor up/cursor
down button. To confirm the selection, press select.
Bookmark
in focus
Folder
name
Folder
Information box
Below the folder bar some information about the bookmark that
is currently in focus is shown in the information box. When a TV
or radio channel bookmark is in focus, this box can contain three
different symbols after the channel name.
(
= a new channel you have not previously visited.
= the channel is scrambled according to the service information.
= the channel is locked by the user.)
While a TV or radio programme bookmark is in focus, you can
obtain programme information by pressing info.
When you press info while a bookmark from the control or settings folders is in focus, you will obtain more detailed information about the functions of that menu.
When you press opt, you will obtain detailed channel information
about the TV or radio programme bookmark that is in focus.
You can leave the NaviBars at any time by pressing back.
If you open the NaviBars and do not press any buttons on the remote control, the NaviBars will automatically close after 2 minutes.
The “Control” and the “Settings” folders
Both of these system folders contains bookmarks. Each of these
bookmarks contain menus from which you can configure different settings.
The system folders can not be deleted.
The different settings you can configure from the Control and
Settings folders will now be explained, starting with the bookmarks in the Control folder.
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NaviBars
Control folder ☛ User preferences
Banner time-out
When you switch channels, an information banner will be shown
for a few seconds. You can select the length of time that the
banner will be shown.
Volume bar
Select whether or not you want the volume bar to appear on the
screen when you change the volume.
Volume bar time-out
Select the length of time that the volume bar will be visible on
the screen.
Subtitles
Select whether or not you want subtitles (if available) to be visible on the screen.
Main subtitle language
Select the preferred language for subtitling and event information. If the selected language is not available, no subtitling will be
shown but the first available language for event information is selected.
Main audio language
Select the preferred language for audio. If this language is not
available, the first available language is selected.
Menu language
Select the language for the menus.
Channel list icons
In order to make the bookmark lists for TV and Radio channels
shorter, you can choose to hide the icons and only show the channel names. See the figure on the right.
Note: The Mediamaster has a built-in function named Dynamic
Channel Management: When the Premiere offer of channels are
changed, new channels are automatically added to the channel
list and no longer valid channels are deleted from the list.
Control folder ☛ Edit channels
Using these menus, you can create and edit favourite channel
lists. You can add, delete, rename, and arrange the order of the
channels on your favourite lists.
The “All TV” or “All Radio” lists might contain many channels.
By creating your own favourite lists, you can make channel handling more convenient.
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Visible
Invisible
NaviBars
Important information about editing channels
Before you start, you must select the list, TV or radio, that you
want to edit. If you are watching TV and press select and choose
Edit channels, you can only edit TV channels. If you are listening
to radio channels you can only edit radio channels.
After selecting radio or TV, use the cursor left/cursor right to select the name of the list that you want to edit.
Create list
This allows you to create your own favourite lists, containing the
channels that you watch most frequently. You must give each list
a specific name, for example, “Sport” or “Films”. The new lists
that you create will appear as a new folder in the horizontal part
of the NaviBars.
When a favourite list is selected, you will only see the names of
the channels that are defined in the list.
When you have given the list a name; press select and choose
“Add/Delete Channels” from the menu.
You can create up to eight separate favourite lists for TV and radio channels.
How to enter a specific name
This procedure is the same whether you enter a name for the first
time or change an existing name.
• Move to a new character position using the cursor left/cursor right button.
• If you make a mistake, you can remove characters to the left
of the cursor by pressing txt as many times as needed.
• Enter the name as follows:
Press the numerical button that corresponds to the character
that you want: once for the first character, twice for the second, and so on.
The available characters are listed below.
1
2
3
4
5
*#&%=,!;-+)/ \$@^1
abc2ÅÄÁÁÂÃ
def3ÉÉËÊ
ghi4ÎÏÍÌ
jkl5
6
7
8
9
0
mno6ÖÔÑÓÒ
pqrs7$
tuv8ÜÙÚ
wxyz9
space and 0
• If the next letter is located on the same key as the present one,
wait for the time-out or press the cursor right button to move
one position and then select the letter.
• Toggle between capital and lowercase letters by pressing the
opt button.
• To insert a space, press the button numbered 0.
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NaviBars
Delete list
If you want to delete a Favourite list, select the list using the cursor left/cursor right button and press select.
Rename list
You can give an existing list a new name by following the instructions in the “How to give a specific name” section on page 19.
Rearrange lists
If you have created several Favourite lists, you can determine the
sequence in which the lists will appear.
• Using the cursor right button, mark the list that you want to
move to a new position.
• Move the list to the desired position using the cursor up/cursor down button and press cursor left.
• Press select to confirm the new position.
Add/Delete channels
From this menu, you add and remove channels in your Favourite
list. You use the “All TV” or “All radio” list as basis for the selection.
A channel is added to or removed from the list by pressing info.
The square on the right/hand side of a line will be empty to denote a removed channel, and will contain an “x” for added channels. Three different symbols can be shown beside the channel
name. ( = a new channel that you have not previously visited.
= the channel is scrambled according to the service information. = the channel is locked by the user.)
• Move to the desired channel(s) using the cursor up/cursor
down button.
• Press opt if you want to preview the channel.
• Add/remove a channel by pressing info.
• When you have finished, confirm the selections and exit the
menu by pressing select.
Rearrange channels
From here you can arrange the order of the channels within your
favourite list.
• Move to the desired channel(s) with cursor up/down.
• Press opt if you want to preview the channel.
• With cursor right, mark the channel you want to move to a
new position within the list.
• Move the channel to the desired position with cursor up/cursor down and press cursor left.
• Press select to confirm the new position.
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Lock channels
To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
You can lock (and later unlock) channels on any of the lists in order to prevent, for example, your children from watching. Three
different symbols can be shown beside the channel name. (
= a channel that you have not previously visited.
= the channel is scrambled according to the service information. = the
channel is locked by the user.)
Select the channel that you want to lock or unlock and press info.
Repeat the procedure for each channel that you want to lock.
When you lock a channel on any list, the channel will automatically be locked on all other lists.
• Press opt if you want to preview the channel.
A locked channel will be indicated by a padlock symbol.
• Press select to confirm.
You must enter your access code before you can watch a locked
channel.
Control folder ☛ Edit satellites
You can add a new satellite to the system. You can also edit or
delete existing satellites.
To add a new satellite
• Select “Add Satellite”.
• Enter the name of the new satellite. (Entering a name is described on page 25.)
• Enter the orbital position (in degrees) using the numeric buttons.
• Select an orientation, East or West.
• Press select to save these settings.
Before you can watch channels from that new satellite you must
also carry out the following steps:
For a fixed antenna:
• Select “Antenna” in the NaviBars.
• Follow the instructions on page 18 or 19. Select the name you
gave the satellite on line 3 (page 18) or 4 (page 19).
• Adjust the antenna towards the new satellite. Please note:
With a user defined satellite you do not see a TV picture on
the screen. When the Signal Strength is at its best:
• Press select to confirm the new settings.
• Press back to return to the NaviBars.
• Select ”Channel” in the NaviBars.
• Select “Manual” or “Advanced” search.
• Enter the settings for the transponder frequency, polarisation
etc. for the new satellite.
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NaviBars
• You can adjust the dish using channel preview if PID information has been entered.
• Press select to start the channel search.
• When you get the message on the screen that ”you have
found X new TV-channels and X new radio channels”, press
select to save the new channels.
The new channels will be saved and added to the TV and radio
lists.
When your antenna is controlled by a motor:
• Select “Channel” in the NaviBars.
• Select “Manual” or “Advanced” search.
• Select the new satellite name.
• Enter the settings for the transponder frequency, polarisation,
etc., for the new satellite.
• Adjust the antenna towards the new satellite using “Adjust
motor”. Please note: With a user-defined satellite, you do not
see a TV picture in the background of the screen. You can get
a preview of the TV picture if PID information has been entered. Look at the signal strength (AGC) bar to check the signal. When the Signal strength is at its best:
• Press select to start the channel search.
• When you see a message on the screen that “you have found
X new TV channels and X new radio channels”, press select
to save the new channels.
The new channels will be saved and added to the TV and radio
lists.
Edit Satellites
You can change the name, position and orientation of a user defined satellite. Predefined satellites can only be renamed.
Delete Satellite
You can only delete user-defined satellites.
When you delete a satellite, you also delete the channels that
belong to it.
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NaviBars
Control folder ☛ Timer
General
You can program the Mediamaster to switch on and off at
predefined times.
The timer function is very useful when you want to record a programme and you are unable to start/stop the recording event
yourself, or when you just want to be reminded of the start of a
programme that you do not want to miss.
Note! The timer function only works when the receiver is in
stand-by mode.
Timer set-up
• First, select Channel List using the cursor left /cursor right
button.
• Then, choose Channel to select the desired TV/Radio channel.
• Enter the date using the numerical buttons (yy/mm/dd).
• If you enter an incorrect digit, you can erase it using cursor
left.
• Set the start and stop times using the numerical buttons.
The different start times can never overlap. If you try to enter a
start or stop time within a period of time that is already occupied,
you will receive a warning message.
• Press select to save the timer details or back to cancel.
• Press back twice to exit the NaviBars and return to viewing
mode.
• Press
to return the Mediamaster to stand-by mode.
Up to eight different timer events can be predefined. The events
will be sorted in order of their start times.
You can erase a predefined event by pressing cursor right.
• Press back to cancel the deletion and select to delete the
event.
Control folder ☛ System info
If you need to contact your service provider or a service centre,
they may ask for information that is available from this menu.
This gives general information about the hardware and software
version on which your Mediamaster is running.
Control folder ☛ Premiere
From these menus you will get information related to your Service Provider. (Only visible if a CI module is in the slot.)
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NaviBars
Settings folder ☛ Antenna
To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
The procedure is performed in the same way as during the FirstTime Installation. Please refer to page 17.
Settings folder ☛ Channel
To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
The procedure is performed in the same way as during the FirstTime Installation. Please refer to page 19.
Update channels via a PC
On the Nokia web site (www.nokia.com) you can download a
Windows™ software for updating the channel lists via the serial
port. The serial port connector can be found on the back of the
Mediamaster (see page 10) .
Settings folder ☛ TV
To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
You can adjust the audio/video settings for your receiver.
• Press opt to view the TV picture on the screen.
TV screen format
Select your TV screen format.
The 4:3 format is the standard format for most TV screens.
Select 16:9 for a wide-screen TV.
Position of the RGB output
Adjust the horizontal position of the TV picture using the cursor
left/cursor right button.
Set transparency level
Adjust the transparency level of the graphics in the menus using
the cursor left/cursor right button.
Select digital audio format
Select an audio format for digital output (the upper audio output
on the rear of the Mediamaster). Select AC-3 when the sound is
transmitted in Dolby™ Digital format. Select PCM for ordinary
digital sound. Please note: when you select AC-3, there will not
be any sound output from the analogue audio connections.
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NaviBars
Picture format
If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format and the transmission is 16:9, you can select “Fullscreen” or “Letterbox”.
Fullscreen will fill the screen but some information on the left and
right sides will be cut off.
Letterbox will give a complete picture, but black areas will be visible at the top and bottom of the screen.
‘fullscreen’
‘letterbox’
Settings folder ☛ Access
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
The following settings can be altered from this menu.
Access Control
These are two different functions which normally require two
different PIN-Codes. The title of the window which prompts you
to enter the corresponding PIN states whether the access control PIN-Code or the Parental Control PIN-Code is required. *)
The Access Control option prevents unauthorized changes of the
basic settings for the receiver in the Settings folder. From the factory the access code is set to 1234.
Receiver lock
If you select “Yes” you will have to enter the access code every
time you activate the Mediamaster from stand-by mode.
Age rating control
If you want everybody to have access to all available types of programmes, select “No”
If you select “Yes”, you may block programmes that are unsuitable for children.
Age Limit
Select an age limit between 3 and 18 years on the line that appears.
However, you should be aware that not all Service Providers have
implemented the necessary codes for these functions in their
transmissions.
Change access code
You can change the access code from the standard factory
setting of 1234. DO NOT FORGET YOUR ACCESS CODE!
Without it, you will not have access to any of the functions
that require the code!
*) Exception: If a channel has been locked using the edit channel function and the digital receiver is operated without CI
module/smartcard the PIN-Code of the access control function
has to be entered.
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NaviBars
Settings folder ☛ Time
To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
The time is adjusted using the cursor up/cursor down button,
half an hour at a time. You can also adjust the minutes using the
cursor left/cursor right button.
Settings folder ☛ SW (software) update
In order to keep the Mediamaster up-to-date, it will be possible
to download new versions of the system software via satellite.
New software may include new or improved features for existing menus.
Please check for the latest updates for your receiver at Nokia’s
website (www.nokia.com).
Enter this menu to check if a new software version is available.
If a new version is available and you continue with the update,
all your previous settings, access code, favourite channels etc,
will be erased!
IMPORTANT! Updating via satellite may take a while.
NEVER turn off the Mediamaster, never use the remote control or disconnect the antenna/LNB cable during the
download procedure! This will damage the software and the
receiver will have to be sent for a service!
Settings folder ☛ Reinstall
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code.
The access code is set to 1234 at the factory.
Use this option only if you have to start the complete installation procedure from scratch. If you continue, all your previous
settings, access code, favourite channels, etc, will be erased!
If you do not want to perform a reinstallation you can exit
this menu when the warning is displayed by pressing back.
Games folder
• When the Games folder is in focus, select a game and press
info to get instructions on how to play it.
• Press select to start a game.
• Press back to finish a game.
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Viewing Mode
General information
The following describes the basic functions of your Mediamaster
that can be used while watching satellite TV or listening to satellite radio.
Some of the functions described here are dependent on the
Service Provider and can only be used if they are included
in the transmitted programme information.
Please note that some of the channels found may be scrambled
and therefore cannot be displayed.
In addition to the normal functions such as switching the Mediamaster in/out of stand-by mode, changing the volume etc, there
are other useful functions which will be explained in this part of
the user guide.
You can always exit a menu at any time, without affecting any
settings, by pressing back.
If you are listening to a radio station and do not press any buttons on the remote control, the picture fades after 2 minutes.
Programme information
Every time you change channels, you will receive programme information for a few seconds. (In the “User preferences” menu
of the Control folder, you can select the time period during which
this information is shown.)
Channel
number and
name
Information
about the
current programme
The information may include:
Current time.
Channel list.
Channel number and name.
Service type (Multifeed or NVOD).*)
Name of the current and next programme.
The start and stop time of the current programme.
The recommended minimum age for the programme
The start and stop time of the next programme.
Programme information will only be available if it is included
in the transmission. Otherwise a message stating “No information available” will be shown.
Current Information about
the next programme
time
Channel list
*) If the programme has been released for you or if you have
ordered a movie, you normally have a choice between several
start times using the time selection feature (NVoD) or between several camera perspectives using the view selection
feature.
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Extended programme information
The Mediamaster can display information about programmes that
are currently being broadcasted as well as those that will be
broadcast next.
This procedure is the same for both TV and radio mode.
By pressing info while watching TV the “Programme information” banner will appear. Press info again to display extended information about the current and the subsequent programmes.
Use the cursor left /cursor right button to switch between the
current and the subsequent programme information.
You cannot switch to another channel while the banner is visible.
When there is a large amount of information, use the cursor up/
cursor down button to continue reading the next information
page.
• Press info or back to return to TV/radio mode.
Temporary settings
By pressing opt, a menu opens which allows you to configure
temporary settings (only possible when offered by the service
provider.)
Settings changed in this “options menu” are only valid for the
channel that you are currently watching. If you leave the channel
and return to it later, the temporary settings will be deleted.
Audio language
If available, you can select among the different languages, comments and the AC-3 sound format being broadcast, if these are
offered and activated.
Subtitle language
If available, you can select from different subtitle languages.
TV screen format
If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format, and the transmission is 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox to change the
display format. Fullscreen will fill the screen vertically, but some
information from the left and right sides of the picture will be cut
off. Letterbox will give a complete picture, but black areas will be
visible at the top and bottom of the screen.
• Press opt or back to return to TV/radio mode.
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Viewing Mode
Premiere specific functions
Premiere offers special functions for some channels. You can, for
example, select between various camera perspectives or
matches when you are watching sports programmes, such as
Formula 1 Grand Prix or football league games (Multifeed). On
PREMIERE DIREKT channels, you can select the start times of
the movies that you order. In some cases, there are also several
audio channels to choose from.
When you change channels, a message is displayed stating
whether Multifeed or Near Video on Demand options are available.
Time selection feature:
If you have ordered a movie, you can select between various start
times, using the PREMIERE DIREKT time selection feature.
If sound selection is available, you can also select a different
audio track.
View selection feature:
In the case of Premiere Multifeed, for example on the PREMIERE
SPORT 1 channel, you can use the view selection feature to select between various camera perspectives or matches.
Multifeed:
When you press the opt key, the available options are displayed.
You can select the option that you wish to change using the cursor up/cursor down key. Use the cursor left/cursor right key to
configure settings, for example the camera perspective.
By pressing the back key, you can exit the screen displays.
PREMIERE DIREKT (Near Video on Demand):
When you press the opt key, the available options are displayed.
On the PREMIERE DIREKT channels, you can, for instance, select the start time of the movies that you order.
By pressing the back key, you can exit the screen displays
Dynamic Channel Management
Dynamic channel management means that you do not have to
update channels in the event of any changes to Premiere channels. The list of Premiere channels that was created during firsttime installation is automatically updated.
We cannot assume any responsibility for the options provided as
these are managed by the service providers.
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Viewing Mode
TV release (0)
With the 0 button you can toggle between analogue terrestrial
TV, video, and analogue and digital satellite TV signals.
Teletext
Pressing txt will open a teletext page (if teletext is transmitted
on that channel.) Select teletext pages using the numeric buttons
on the remote control.
You can also quickly move to the different page options shown
on any page by pressing the cursor left/cursor right button.
• After highlighting a page number, press select to go to that
page.
• By pressing “0” you can alternate between the two pages that
you just have most recently viewed.
• Press info to hide everything on a teletext page apart from its
headline. See Figure 2.
• Sometimes a teletext page may contain subpages. When
subpages are available, they are numbered on the lower part
of the screen. See Figure 3. To view a subpage, press select
when no page numbers have been highlighted. Move to the
different subpages using the cursor left/right button. Please
note: It may take some time before all subpages are available
for selection.
Figure 1
• Press txt/back to return to TV/radio mode.
• By using the cursor up/down you can select the next/previous page.
On most new TV sets, you can use the TV’s remote control to
open and control the teletext functions while watching digital TV
Figure 2
channels. (The function is called VBI insertion.)
Figure 3. Subpage numbers
GB 36
Glossary of terms
AC-3
A multichannel digital audio encoding system.
Access
Access to options in the Settings folder is protected by
an access code. In addition, parents may lock individual
programmes using the channel editing function.
Access code
A four-digit code stored in the Mediamaster. It is used to
lock/unlock the Mediamaster, folders and programmes.
AGC
Automatic Gain Control.
AUX
Auxiliary. A port for auxiliary devices.
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation. Non-compressed digital audio
format.
PCR
Program Clock Reference.
PID
Packet Identifier.
Polarisation
Polarisation allows several programmes to fit into the
same frequency band. The signals from a satellite are
transmitted either with linear (vertical or horizontal) polarisation or circular (right or left) polarisation.
BER
Bit Error Rate. A signal quality measure.
RCA
A coaxial connector used to connect the Mediamaster to
an external amplifier.
C/N
Carrier to Noise. A signal quality measure
RF
Radio frequency (known as HF in some countries).
DiSEqC
DiSEqC™ (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) system
which is a communication bus between satellite receivers and peripheral equipment using only the existing coaxial cable.
RGB
Red, Green, Blue. Colour signals are routed through
separate cables in order to provide a high-quality TV picture.
DVB
The Digital Video Broadcast group, which was created
to establish a technical framework for the introduction of
digital video broadcasting systems.
GHz
GigaHertz. The prefix giga means billion, and Hertz
means cycles per second. Signals in the GHz range are
often called microwaves.
Input data rate
The size of the transferred digital packages.
LNB (low-noise block converter) or LNBF
An electronic unit mounted on a satellite dish. It receives
the signals that are reflected by the dish and converts
them to signals that can be used by the Mediamaster.
MHz
MegaHerz. The prefix mega means million, and Hertz
means cycles per second.
RS 232
A serial communication standard data port.
SatScan
SatScan is a one-cable positioning system, allowing reception of 29 different preprogrammed satellite positions
within a range of ± 60 degrees.
SCART
A 21-pin connector used for connecting the Mediamaster, VCR and TV. Also named Euroconnector or
Peritel connector.
Scrambled TV programme
Some TV programmes are transmitted in scrambled
form.
Service provider
A company that provides programmes/services to its
customers.
S/PDIF
Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format. Digital audio output.
MPEG
Moving Picture Experts Group. Established by the International Standards Organisation to provide the basis for
a picture coding and compression system.
Symbol rate
Speed of the digital transmission
Multifeed
TS
Transport stream.
During Multifeed programmes, you can normally change
between different camera perspectives using the opt
key.
SW
Software. Programme code.
VCR
Video Cassette Recorder.
Network
A number of digital channels that are transmitted from
one source. The networks are grouped under separate
headings in the channel list.
GB 37
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
The LED on the front panel does
not light up/is not lit.
The left-hand LED is red
The mains cable is not connected.
Check that the mains cable is plugged
into the power socket.
Press the stand-by button to take the
Mediamaster out of stand-by mode.
No sound or picture.
The satellite dish is not pointing
at the satellite.
The Mediamaster is in stand-by
mode.
There is no signal or only a weak
signal.
No sound or picture on the horizon- The LNB is faulty.
tal modulated transponder.
Bad picture/blocking error.
The satellite dish is not pointing
at the satellite.
The signal is too strong.
The satellite dish is too small.
LNB noise factor is too high.
The LNB is faulty.
Adjust the dish. Check the signal level
indicator in one of the channel search
submenus.
Check the cable connections, LNB,
and other equipment that is connected
to the LNB and the receiver, or adjust
the dish.
Replace the LNB.
If you have a long cable, increase the
LNB voltage by 0.5 V using the Antenna/Satellite Configuration menu.
Adjust the dish.
Connect a signal attenuator to the LNB
input.
Change to a larger dish.
Change to an LNB with a lower noise
factor.
Change the LNB.
There is no Welcome menu on the The system is connected by SCART Switch the TV to the appropriate AV
input.
screen after you have switched the cables and the TV is not in AV/EXT
Mediamaster on for the first time. mode.
If you make a recording froma digital
satellite TV channel, your Mediamaster
must be left on the channel from
The system is connected by SCART which you want to record.
cables and the VCR is not in AV/EXT Switch the VCR to appropriate the AV
input.
mode.
You made a video recording from a
digital satellite channel and the
whole programme, or parts of it,
were not recorded.
The Mediamaster was not left on
the appropriate channel.
The remote control is not working.
The batteries are exhausted.
The remote control is incorrectly
aimed.
The Mediamaster is in stand-by
mode.
Change both batteries.
Aim the remote control at the box.
Check that nothing is blocking the
front panel.
Check whether LED indicator 2 on the
front panel is flashing when you press
a button. If not, replace both batteries.
Contact your dealer or Service Provider. They will help you set it up
again.
You have forgotten your secret access code.
In the software update state, both
LEDs simultaneously blink red a
few times before system start-up.
There is a software download error.
Try to update the software.
In the software download state
both LEDs blink red alternatively.
There is no signal or only a weak
signal.
Check the cable connections, LNB,
and other equipment that is connected
to the LNB and the receiver, or adjust
the dish.
After the software update, or when System failure.
you start-up your Mediamaster,
both LEDs blink red simultaneously.
Disconnect the mains cable. When
you reconnect it, the Mediamaster will
try to download new software from
the satellite. Try to update the system
software via serial cable connection.
Contact your dealer.
What to do if you cannot solve the problem? If you have tried all of the actions suggested above
without solving the problem, please contact your dealer or Service Provider.
GB 38
Technical specifications
Transmission standards
DVB, MPEG 2
LNB / Tuner input
Connector
RF input frequency
RF input power level
Supply voltage
Max. current
Control voltage
DiSEqC
RF impedance
TV SCART
Video output
Audio output
RGB output
RGB bandwidth
Fast blanking output
1x F-type (LNB)
950-2150 MHz
-20 to -65 dBm
13 /18 V ± 5%
500 mA, overload protected
22 kHz, 0.65 Vpp
Tone burst A/B or
Level 1.2
75 Ω
Status output
1 Vpp (± 1 dB) / 75 Ω
0.5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
Internal RGB
5.8 MHz ± 3 dB
Internal or from
AUX SCART
0/6/12 V / RL 10 kΩ
AUX SCART
Video output
Video input
Audio output
Audio input
Status input
1 Vpp (± 1 dB) / 75 Ω
1 V pp / 75 Ω
0.5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
0.5 Vrms / RL >10 kΩ
0/6/12 V / RL >10 kΩ
DIGITAL AUDIO (S/PDIF)
Connector
1 x RCA
AUDIO R L
Connector
Output
2 x RCA (R+L)
0.5 Vrms ± 0.5 dB/ RL 10 kΩ
SERIAL (RS 232) serial data
Connector
9-pin D-sub male
Signals
RS232, max. 115.2 kbit/s
Pin 1 DCD
(Data carrier detect) not connected
2 RXD
(Receive data)
3 TXD
(Transmit data)
4 DTR
(Data terminal ready) Set to high
5 GND
(Signal ground)
6 DSR
(Data set ready) not connected
7 RTS
(Ready to send)
8 CTS
(Clear to send)
9 RI
(Ring indicator) not connected
Front panel
(stand-by, programme
2 LEDs, Buttons: ,
number up and down)
Common Interface system
One PCMCIA Interface for a Common Interface CAmodule. DVB standard.
General data
The model code, variant and serial number, are located
on a label on the underside of the housing.
Supply voltage
Power consumption max
load
Power consumption in
stand-by mode
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Operating distance for
remote control
Dimensions (w x d x h)
Weight
110-240V AC, 47-63Hz
20 W at 500mA LNB
5W
+5° C to +40° C
- 40° C to +65° C
25 to 90 % rel humidity
max 10 metres
250 x 275 x 80 mm
1050 g approx
SCART sockets
TV
AUX
1
Audio out right ch. Audio out right ch.
2
Audio in right ch.
3
Audio out left ch.
Audio out left ch.
4
Audio ground
Audio ground
5
RGB blue ground
Ground
6 Audio in left ch.
7 RGB blue signal out 8 Switch voltage out Switch voltage in
9 RGB green ground Ground
10 Connect to pin 10 in AUX scart
11 RGB green signal out 12 13 RGB red ground
Ground
14 Fast blank. ground
Ground
15 RGB red signal out 16 Fast blanking out
17 Video out ground
Video out ground
18 Video in ground
19 Video out
Video out
20 Video in
21 Ground (casing)
Ground (casing)
20
21
2
1
GB 39
Menu screen structure
First time installation
Language preferences
“First time
installation”
menu
Antenna/satellite selection
Deutsch
English
Turhish
Italiano
One antenna/One LNB config
Multisatellite/DiSEQqC Switch config
Motor antenna configuration
Antenna adjustment
LNB type
LNB offset voltage
Satellite
Predefined channel
Channel Search in Progress
Channel search
Automatic search
Manual search
Advanced manual search
CNN
CNN Radio
MTV
ARD ......
Time Adjustment
NaviBars
Picture
19:35
Code
Reinstall
Welcome
*Antenna adjustment
Predefined channel
Adjust motor
SW update
Code
System information
Hardware version
System software
Boot software
version
Manual search
Transponder freq.
Polarisation
Symbol rate
Network search
**PID Video
**PID Audio
**PID PCR
*Adjust motor
Time adjustment
System info
Time
11:33
Code
Timer setup
Channel list
Channel
Date
Start time
Stop time
Timer list
__/__/__ -:- -:_______
__/__/__ -:- -:_______
__/__/__ -:- -:-
Access ctrl
Timer
Advanced manual
search
Transponder freq.
Polarisation
Symbol rate
PID Video
PID Audio
PID PCR
*Adjust motor
Access control
Access control
Receiver lock
Age rating control
Age limit
Change access code
Code
Edit satellites
Satellite configuration
Satellite name
Position
East/West
Add Satellite
Edit Satellites
Delete Satellite
TV settings
Edit satellites
TV
Antenna adjustment
TV screen format
Position of RGB output
Set transparency level
LNB type
LNB offset voltage
Satellite
Predefined channel
Select digital audio format
Picture format
Edit channels
Create list
Delete list
Rename list
Rearrange list
Add/delete channels
Rearrange channels
Lock channels
Switch/antenna
configuration
Switch port
LNB type
LNB Offset voltage
Satellite
Predifined channel
Code
Channel search
Edit channels
Channel
Automatic search
Manual search
Advanced manual search
Switch type selection
User preferenses
Banner Time-out
Volume bar
Volume bar time-out
Subtitles
Main subtitle language
Main audio language
Menu language
Channel list icons
All radio
Free radio
Code
Antenna/satellite
selection
User pref
Premiere ***
Antenna
Control
One antenna/One LNB config
Multisatellite/DiSEQqC switch
config
Motor antenna configuration
Settings
Games
DiSEqC 2 input switch
DiSEqC 4 input switch
Mini DiSEqC switch
All TV
Motor antenna
configuration
Type of motor
LNB type
LNB offset voltage
Predefined ASTRA-channel
Adjust motor for ASTRA
Set east limit
Set west limit
Remove limits
Free TV
Code = Access Control PIN-Code
* Only visible if you made a motor antenna configuration.
** Only visible if you are searching a user defined satellite.
*** Only available via Astra 19,2° E
GB 40
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