Satellite HD Digital Television Recorder

The default password is 0000.

User’s Manual
FOXSAT-HDR

Notice
Thank you for purchasing a Humax Foxsat-HDR (Digital Television Recorder) Your Foxsat-HDR supports freesat+ provided by the freesat service.
Freesat+ explained:
• Accurate Recording – the product will track the start and end times of scheduled recordings meaning the recording will start and stop at the times sent by the broadcasters. If a programme starts early or runs late the record time will automatically be adjusted to record the whole programme*. Series Recording – if a programme you wish to record is in a series, you can now record the whole series. Schedule Tracking - If the programme changes to a different time or day the changes will be detected and the programme will still record. Alternate Instances - if a scheduled recording(s) overlap with other programmes already set to record, you will be given the option to record one of the programmes if it is repeated. Split Recordings - if a programme has two parts split by another programme in the Guide (e.g. a film divided in to two parts by a News programme) both parts will record.

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Note: The above freesat+ features are available on channels where the correct and accurate data is being broadcast. Some channels may not support some/all services. Accurate recording is only available when the Record > Early Start Time & Late End Time options are set to On Time.

GB1
User’s Manual

Notice
Thank you for purchasing a HUMAX product. Please read this user’s manual carefully to be able to safely install, use and maintain the product at maximum performance. Keep this user’s manual next to your product for future reference. The information in this user’s manual is subject to change without notice.

Copyright (Copyright © 2008 HUMAX Corporation)
Not to be copied, used or translated in part or whole without HUMAX’s prior consent in writing except approval of ownership of copyright and copyright law.

Warranty
The warranty does not cover parts which may become defective due to misuse of the information contained in this manual.

Trademarks
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Throughout the whole manual, pay special attention to the following marks that indicate hazardous situations. • • • Warning Indicates a hazardous situation which could result in serious injury. Caution Indicates a situation which could damage the equipment or other apparatus. Note Indicates additional information to make the user aware of possible problems and information of any importance to help understand, use and maintain the installation.

Meaning of Symbols
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back). No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. This symbol indicates dangerous voltage inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury. This symbol indicates important instructions accompanying the product.

GB2
User’s Manual

Notice Instruction about the ‘WEEE’ Symbol This product should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. Business users: Contact your supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. • Domestic users: Please contact either the retailer where you purchased this product or their local government office for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal. This will prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal. • GB3 User’s Manual . Please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.

ensure that there is adequate ventilation and that you have followed the manufacturer’s instructions for mounting. Failure to do so can damage the LNB. MAINS SUPPLY 90-250V a. CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB 8. The slots on top of the product must be left uncovered to allow proper airflow into the unit.Safety Warning This product has been manufactured to comply with international safety standards.. extension cord or adapter as this may result in electric fire or shock. The product should not be exposed to liquid of any kind. such as a TV or a VCR. VENTILATION 6. • Disconnect the product from the mains before you start any maintenance or installation procedures. We recommend that the product has 10 cm clearance from any other appliances susceptible to electromagnetic influences. rain or sun. and do not place the product on a bed. ATTACHMENTS 7. Do not use any unsupported attachments as these may be hazardous or cause damage to the product. bracket. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home. A falling product can cause serious injury to a child or adult. Do not place the product on an unstable cart. Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the TV. Do not stand the product on soft furnishings or carpets. 50/60Hz • Operate this product only from the type of power supply indicated on the marking label. OVERLOADING • • Do not overload a wall outlet. LOCATION GB4 User’s Manual . Place the product indoors to avoid exposing it to lightning. no objects filled with liquid should be placed on the apparatus. LIQUID 4. and serious damage to the appliance. Please read the following safety precautions carefully. If you place the product on a rack or a bookcase. Disconnect the product from the wall outlet before cleaning. CONNECTION TO THE TV • 9. Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish. Use a light damp cloth (no solvents) to dust the product. or table where it can fall. or other similar surface. Do not block the openings with any object. consult your local power company. sofa.c. In addition. tripod. Do not stack electronic equipments on top of the product. rug. CLEANING • • • • • • • 5. Do not place it near a radiator or heat register. Failure to do so can damage the TV. The LNB cable must be earthed to the system earth for the satellite dish. 2. EARTHING • • • • • • • • 10. 3. stand. Safety Instructions and Precautions 1.

4. The company shall not be liable for any corruption of data on the hard disk drive caused by the carelessness or misuse of users. Do not open the main body. 12. The product will record any schedules set while in Standby mode. STORM OR NOT IN USE • Unplug the product from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna during a thunderstorm or when left unattended and unused for long periods of time. where they can touch dangerous voltage points or damage parts. When replacement of parts is required. be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original part. Make sure to disconnect the power cord holding the plug. Over night.Safety Warning 11. Unauthorised substitution may result in additional damage to the unit. • • • • • • • • • • Do not modify or process the power cord or plug arbitrarily. REPLACEMENT OF PARTS • Warning 1. To avoid electrical shock. To avoid damage of product. Keep heating appliances as far as possible from the power cord in order to prevent the cover vinyl from melting. serious damage can be caused to it. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power-surges. To avoid damage of the power cord or plug. Do not insert metal or inflammable objects inside the product. Do not insert anything through the openings in the unit. EXTRANEOUS OBJECTS • 13. 3. If you continue to use the product when defective. 2. shall remain readily accessible by the user.g. Make sure to contact your local retailer if the product is out of order. Disconnect the power cord in case of lightning. Do not move the product or turn the power off suddenly while the hard disk drive is running. as a disconnection device. Hard Disk Drive • 5. Do not bend or twist the power cord. Do not use the product when it is out of order. The mains plug. Do not touch the power plug with wet hands. LIGHTNING. Standby Mode • GB5 User’s Manual . It is recommended to leave the product in Standby mode during long periods when not being used e.

. . . . . . . GB10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Connecting the Antenna . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TV Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . GB35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB24 . . 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Find . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Switching Channel . . . . . . . Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Option List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB25 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Favourite List. .3 Conditional Access . . . . . . .2 Volume Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . GB28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB16 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB22 . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Subtitle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. . . . . GB33 GB6 User’s Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 HD TV List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Channel List . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. .1 My TV List. . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . . . .5 Non-freesat Channel List 6. . . . GB30 6. . . . . . . .2 Freesat Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Schedule . 3. . . . . . . . GB25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB21 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB32 . . . . . GB11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Wide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB22 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 List Guide . . . . GB8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB31 . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . GB35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . .1 Using TV Guide 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB25 . . .3 Powering On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB17 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB33 . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . . .1 User Settings. . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . .5 Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Search Channels . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Before Using the Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Postcode . . . . . .1 Package Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB36 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Programme Information (i-plate) . . . . . . GB15 2. GB26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB16 2. .3 Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB25 . . . . . . . . . . .2 Front Panel . . . . . . . . . GB29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . . . . .5 Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Text and Interactive Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB26 . . . . .4 Genre List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Remote Control Batteries . . . . . . . . GB23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Installation Checklist. . . . . . First Installation. . . . GB8 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Connecting the TV and VCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB22 . . . . . . . . . . . . GB32 . . . . . . 4. . GB9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB66 . . . . .4 Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. . . . . . . .1 Diagnostics . . . . . . . . GB79 GB7 User’s Manual . . . . . . . . . .3 Error Message . . . . . . . . GB75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB55 . . . . . . . . . GB71 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB70 14. . . . . . . . . . .6 Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Edit Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Play bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Software Update 9. . . 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB74 . . . . . . . . .2 Edit Favourite List. . . . . . . . . . . .6 Service and Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Recording. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . .Contents 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Photo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB41 . . . . . . . . . . .1 Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB51 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Edit Customisable Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Media List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Common Interface 11. . . . . . 11. . . . . . . GB45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix . . . . . GB49 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Menu Map . . . . .1 Edit Channel List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personal Video Recorder (PVR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Settings . . . GB56 . . . . . . . . 12. . . . . . . . . GB70 13. . . . . . . .2 Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10. . . . . . .3 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB52 . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 HDD Control . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Time Shifted Recording (TSR) and Playback. . . . . . . . . . . . . GB55 . .3 Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Bookmark .4 Parental Control. . . . . . . . . . . .2 Language . . . . . . .7 STB Mode . . GB63 . . . . . .2 Manual Tune . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB51 . . . . . . . .3 Music. . . . . GB47 8. . . . .2 Radio . System . . . . . . . . . GB47 8. . . . . Setup . GB69 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB50 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB71 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB67 . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Software Update . . . . . . . . . . GB55 10. . . . . GB54 . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB56 . . . . . . .1 TV Setup . . . . . . . . . . GB65 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB57 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 OTA (Over the Air) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . GB40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . GB37 7. 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB46 8. . . . . . . . GB72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB65 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Freesat Tune . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Always keep the battery inserted in the remote control.1 Package Contents Please check all package contents before using your product.1. Before Using the Product This chapter provides detail instructions on the product and its accessories. 1. RCA Cable SCART Cable HDMI Cable Quick Start Guide User’s Manual Batteries Remote Control User’s Manual Quick Start Guide Note: • Faults may occur if the remote control is left without battery for a long time. • Package contents may vary according to area. GB8 User’s Manual . Caution: • The company shall not be liable for problems caused by changing hard disk drive by user.

/ : Moves the TV/radio channel up or down. Before Using the Product 1. or transfer of MP3 or JPEG files).1. 5. BACK Closes and returns to the previous menu and screen. CI-MODULE SLOT A slot for a CI-Module. 6. 8. GUIDE Displays the programme guide. ARROW BUTTONS / : Replays or skips scenes. GB9 User’s Manual . Note: The front of the product is subject to change without notice. 9. STANDBY BUTTON Switches between operation and standby modes. MENU Displays the main menu. OK Selects a menu or confirms the selected operation. USB Port Connect a USB Pen drive or external USB HDD (for archiving recordings. 4.2 Front Panel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. Module is not supplied. 3. 7. TV/RADIO BUTTON Switches between TV and radio modes. 2.

2. 4. a Smartcard is needed to decode the channels. Inserting a CI (with Smartcard) A CI-Module looks like a PC map (PCMCIA) for laptops. CI-Module Smartcard GB10 User’s Manual . Additionally to the CI-Module.3 Common Interface Although some TV and radio services are free to air. Conax and more. Insert the CI-Module into the slot. Open the right-hand flap on the front panel of the product to expose the card slot. 1. 3. Before Using the Product 1. Follow the instructions of the module and insert the Smartcard into the CI-Module. Irdeto.1. Keep the CI-Module (with the Smartcard) horizontal. There are different kinds of CI-Modules. others are available on a subscription basis and can only be enjoyed via a Conditional Access component. suitable for different coding systems.

Up to two cables can be connected. LNB 2 IN Connects a satellite antenna cable. LNB 1 OUT Connects another digital satellite receiver. VCR SCART Connects to the VCR or DVD using a VCR SCART cable. 5. LNB 1 IN: Max. HDMI Connects to the TV using an HDMI cable. LNB 1 IN. 2. 6. 11. (digital audio) 8. LNB 2 IN: Max.4 Rear Panel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1. or transfer of MP3 or JPEG files). 7. SPDIF Connects to the audio system using an S/PDIF cable. 10. 4. TV SCART Connects to the TV using a TV SCART cable. VIDEO Connects to the TV or VCR using an RCA cable. Before Using the Product 1. AUDIO Connects to the TV or VCR using an RCA cable. ON/OFF Powers on/off. 13/18V 500mA GB11 User’s Manual . • The LNB ratings of LNB 1 and LNB 2 are different. ETHERNET Ethernet port (for future use). 9. 3. USB Port Connect a USB Pen drive or external USB HDD (for archiving recordings. 13/18V 250mA.1. Note: • The rear panel of the product is subject to change without notice.

LIST Display the channel list. b. the rewind speed is increased. NUMERIC(0-9) BUTTONS Enters a TV/radio channel number or menu option number. Before Using the Product 1. 3. PVR/TV/DVD/AUDIO Changes the mode. Each time you press this button. GB12 User’s Manual . Each time you press this button. d. 1 2 5 a b c d 6 3 7 e f g h 4 1. RECORD Records programme. STANDBY Switches between operation and standby modes. the fast forward speed is increased. PREVIOUS (REPLAY) Goes to the previous scene. 2. NEXT (SKIP) Goes to the next scene. PAUSE Pauses the live programme or recording. STOP Stops a recording or goes to the live programme. FAST FORWARD Fast forwards at high speed. g. MUTE Mutes or unmutes the audio temporarily. 5. FAST BACKWARD Rewinds at high speed. c. 7. MENU Displays the main menu. PLAY Plays at normal speed or resumes. e. f. h. PLAYBACK CONTROL BUTTONS a.5 Remote Control Note: The remote control of the product is subject to change without notice. 4.1. 6.

GUIDE Displays the programme guide. RED Displays the channel list in normal viewing mode. 10. left or right. i (INFORMATION) Displays the channel and programme information. 16. down. 15. ARROW BUTTONS Changes the channel or moves the cursor up. 11. GREEN Displays the favourite channel list in normal viewing mode. k. Before Using the Product i j k l 8 9 10 11 12 16 13 14 15 8. 13. BACK Returns to the previous channel. BLUE Displays the genre channel list in normal viewing mode. 14. OPT+ Displays the channels attributes while watching a programme. GB13 User’s Manual . COLOUR BUTTONS(R/G/Y/B) Select the colour keys for interactive applications. j. i. YELLOW Displays the HD TV channel list in normal viewing mode. EXIT Exits all On-Screen Display (OSD) screens. OK Selects a menu or confirms the selected operation. MEDIA Displays the media list.1. 12. l. 9.

26. n. AUDIO Displays the audio list. 21. SLOW Plays the programme in slow motion. TEXT Enters the digital text service. Before Using the Product 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 m n 20 21 22 17. VOLUME Adjusts the audio volume. 18. WIDE Sets the display format.1. 24. SCHEDULE Displays the schedule in programme guide. P+/PChanges the channel or page. 23. GB14 User’s Manual . 22. 20. 19. BOOKMARK m. 25. SUB Displays the subtitle language list. ADD BOOKMARK Saves the current viewing position as a bookmark during playback. V-FORMAT Changes the resolution of video. 29. 28. BOOKMARK LIST Displays the list of saved viewing positions during playback. SLEEP Sets the sleep time. 27. SOURCE Controls the output of TV SCART. TV/RADIO Switches between TV and radio modes.

6 Remote Control Batteries 1. Before Using the Product 1. 2. Slide the cover back into place. Insert the new batteries. Make sure the plus (+) ends meet the plus markings on the battery case. 3. GB15 User’s Manual .1. Press down the top of the battery cover and slide the cover off.

2. Note: If you encounter any problems setting up your product. Connections This chapter describes how to connect your product to the TV with the particular equipments for gaining optimum signal quality. Note: • If connecting with a single cable using loop through you will have limited functionality. While recording a channel you will be limited to the second channel you can view. or SMATV please connect the cable to LNB 1 IN. GB16 User’s Manual .com/freesat for further information.1 Connecting the Antenna You can select one of the following antenna connections depending on the equipment you have.2. Single Cable Using Loop Through 1. SCD Antenna (also known as Unicable). The product provides various interfaces to connect to the TV. 2.humaxdigital. 1. Connecting Two Satellite Cables Connect the two cables from your satellite dish to the LNB 1 IN and LNB 2 IN connections on the rear of the product. Connect a cable from the LNB 1 OUT to the LNB 2 IN connection. Select the most appropriate procedure depending on the equipment you have. • When using a Motorised System. Note: Connecting with 2 cables from the same satellite dish will allow you to: • View and Record different channels • Record 2 channels at the same time 2. Visit www. The product has two antenna modes according to setting. please contact your local retailer or Humax Customer Helpline. Change this to the first option. Connect the cable from your satellite dish to LNB 1. VCR or other devices.

Using HDMI Cable The HDMI connection. Connections 2. If the TV has a HDMI input. connect the product & TV using a HDMI cable as follows.2 Connecting the TV and VCR 1. GB17 User’s Manual . is suitable for Digital TV. a special all-digital interface that provides the highest picture quality. HDMI Cable HDMI Important: • When connecting the product to a TV with a HDMI cable no other connection is required. • If you connect using a HDMI cable please switch your TV set to the correct channel/input for HDMI (refer to your TVs manual for details).2.

connect the product to the TV with an HDMI cable using an HDMI to DVI converter as follows. HDMI Cable Important: If you connect using a DVI cable please switch your TV set to the correct channel/input for the HDMI (refer to your TVs manual for details). Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI input on the product and the other end to the HDMI to DVI converter. Using DVI Connector The DVI connection using an HDMI to DVI converter is suitable for Digital TV. 1.2. 2. Connections 2. If the TV has the DVI input connector only. Connect the DVI converter to the TV. GB18 User’s Manual . When equipped with an A/V receiver. 3. Connect the product and the Dolby Digital decoder using an S/PDIF cable.

5 Stereo Jack Cable to 2 RCA Y Cable. 2RCA) Important: If you connect using a DVI cable please switch your TV set to the correct channel/input for the DVI connection (refer to your TVs manual for details). Connect the DVI converter to the TV. 3. Note: You can also connect the product to the TV using the 3. Connections When there is no A/V receiver available. GB19 User’s Manual . Connect the product and the TV using an RCA cable. 2. Caution: DO NOT CONNECT TO HEAD PHONE CONNECTOR ON TV! HDMI Cable Y Cable (1stereo.2. Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI input on the product and the other end to the HDMI to DVI converter. 1.

SCART Cable SCART Cable TV SCART VCR SCART Important: If you connect using a SCART cable please switch your TV set to the correct channel/input for the scart connection (refer to your TVs manual for details). Connect the product and the VCR using a SCART cable. Using SCART Cable A SCART cable connection is recommended for analogue TV or VCR. 2. GB20 User’s Manual . Connections 3. 1. Connect the product and the TV using a SCART cable.2.

2. Connections 2.2. GB21 User’s Manual . Power on by pressing the STANDBY button on the remote control or the STANDBY button at the front of the product.3 Powering On 1. Ensure the ON/OFF switch at the rear of the product is switched to ON. 3. Connect the power cord of the product to a wall outlet.

When the freesat signal is detected. Select the value for Preferred Language. First Installation When powering on your product for the first time after purchase. Note: Not all resolutions may work (or be available) with the type of connection (or TV Set) your are using. Confirm the satellite cable(s) are connected and press the OK button. Screen Ratio. • For further help see the 14. the First Time Installation will appear.3. Warning: To prevent electric shock. Trouble Shooting section of the manual. 3. Please wait until the freesat detection is complete. always POWER OFF all devices during setting up the connection. please contact Humax Customer Support. Display Format and Resolution.2 freesat detection 1. Note: • If the freesat detection fails please check that the satellite cable(s) are connected correctly. If you experience problems please select a different resolution. Tip: • The default password is 0000. screen ratio. If nothing appears on your TV set please check the following: • Your TV set is switched ON. 2. • If you have forgotten your password. press the OK button to go to the next step. • Please check that the cables between the TV and product are connected correctly. Select Next and press the OK button. • Your TV set is switched to the correct channel/input for the connection method/cable you are using. GB22 User’s Manual . 3. display format and resolution. 3.1 User Settings User Settings allows you to set the language.

3 Postcode Enter your full postcode (including a space) using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons on the remote control. To stop the channel search. Trouble Shooting section. Select Save and press the OK button to go to the next step. Press the 1 button to enter a space. If the Invalid Postcode message appears please re-enter your postcode. GB23 User’s Manual . To use on-screen keyboard. Press OK after entering your postcode. Note: Use the left arrow on the remote to delete an incorrect entry. 3. If your postcode is correct then see the 14.3.4 Search Channels Search Channels will activate and the results will appear. select Stop and press the OK button. First Installation 3. press the OPT+ button.

please make sure that you have completed the following steps. Please select the Freesat Tune option in the Setup menu to search for the channels again. First Installation 3.uk. Select Finish and press the OK button to complete the first installation.6 Installation Checklist Before using the product. GB24 User’s Manual . you may not have all of the channels available.5 Result After all setting is complete. 3. you can view the result screen.freesat. Step Is the antenna connected correctly? Is the product connected to your TV? Is the power cord plugged in the wall outlet? Is the product in operation mode (not Standby mode)? Have you performed channel search in the first installation? Page GB15 GB16 GB20 GB20 GB21 Done? Note: If you exit the first installation without fully completing the channel searching procedure. For information on the latest channels from freesat visit www.co.3.

GB25 User’s Manual .1 Switching Channel You can change channels by: • Pressing the P-/P+ buttons • Entering the channel number using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. Press the MUTE button to stop the audio temporarily. Note: The mute function remains set while you switch channels. Note: You can also change channels using the Channel list (LIST) or Programme Guide (GUIDE). Press the V-/V+ button to adjust the audio volume. 4. Basic Operation This chapter describes the basic functions the product provides such as switching channel. If you experience problems please select a different resolution. The current resolution will be displayed. Press the V-FORMAT button while watching a programme.2 Volume Control You can adjust the audio volume. Each time you press the V-FORMAT button. the resolution changes in the following sequence: 576i 576p 720p 1080i Original. Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and radio channels. Note: Not all resolutions may work (or be available) with the type of connection (or TV Set) your are using. 4.3 Resolution You can set the resolution of the screen.4. 4. volume control and other common features.

1. 4. GB26 User’s Manual . Select the audio direction (left. refer to 7.1. Press EXIT to close. 3. Press the AUDIO button.4. • For Dolby Digital broadcasts it is not possible to change the direction. the display format changes.5 Audio If multiple audio languages/options are available the you can select the one you require from the audio list. Note: • You can also change between the audio options by pressing the AUDIO button multiple times. stereo) using the / buttons. 2. Each time you press the WIDE button. Press the WIDE button while watching a programme to change the display format. Use the arrows to select the audio option you require.7 Display Format.4 Wide You can set the display format. right. Note: For more information about display format. Basic Operation 4. 4.

Press the SUB button. 1.button to exit this service. Note: • Interactive service (MHEG) is not available when subtitles are displayed. 4. Not all channels on freesat will provide these services. 2. simply follow the on screen instructions(press color buttons). 3. Press the TEXT button to access digital teletext. 2. Use the arrows to select the subtitles you require and press OK.6 Subtitle If multiple subtitle languages/options are available you can select the one you require from the subtitle list.7 Text and Interactive Services If your chosen channel has digital teletext features. Basic Operation 4. In which case. Press the TEXT button again to return to normal viewing. you can access them. Teletext services often load automatically shortly after the digital teletext window is displayed. Press the P+/P. The channel and volume cannot be controlled using the arrow buttons in interactive mode. GB27 User’s Manual . 1. • For information regarding the Digital Text or interactive services available please contact the broadcaster. not all programmes broadcast will contain subtitle information. Note: • You can also change between the subtitle options be pressing the SUB button multiple times.4. • If no subtitles are available a message will inform you on screen.

Press the / button to view the previous/next programme information. Represents parental level. Displayed only when the interactive service is available. Displayed only when subtitle information is available. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. 3.8 Programme Information (i-plate) The i-plate is always displayed for a certain period of time whenever you switch channels. press the / button to display navigation mode. Displayed only when there is any teletext information. Displayed only when there is any guidance information. HD 1080i Digital AD Displayed only when the channel provides HD programmes. 7 8 Displayed only if the programme is reserved for watching. Next/previous channel Channel number and name Programme name Icons Displayed only when the channel is a locked channel. 2. After switching to a channel. Press the EXIT button to hide the i-plate. GB28 User’s Manual . Indicates the minimum level of age for viewing the programme. 4. Displayed only when the programme is broadcast in Dolby Digital. Displayed only when audio description is available. Displays the resolution of the current programme. You can view the programme information by pressing the i button while watching a programme. Press the / button to view the programme information of other channels. 1. Basic Operation 4. Note: If programme information is not available on all channels please access the GUIDE to allow the information to download fully.4. General Information The general information is displayed on the screen as the following.

6. Basic Operation 5. Enter the name directly using the keyboard on the screen. 1. 5.4. Press the / button to display previous/next programme information. Select the group using the / button and press the OK button. Press the OPT+ button. 7. Select Yes and press the OK button.9 Option List You can view and confirm detailed information about the current channel and change the information if necessary. Current time & date Programme broadcasting time and progress bar: Displays programme playing time and progress bar. To add the channel to the favourite group. programme information is not displayed. Detailed Programme Information You can see the detailed information about the current programme. Note: If there is no programme information available. To lock the channel. Note: If the detailed programme information is over one page. Press the YELLOW button to complete. Tip: The default password is 0000. Group name: Displays the group the channel belongs to. use the / button to move to the previous or next page. GB29 User’s Manual . select Lock and press the OK button. 3. A popup will appear. select Rename and press the OK button. To rename the channel in non-freesat channel mode. 2. 8. Note: In non-freesat channel mode. 4. Press the i button once more to hide the i-plate. select Delete and press the OK button. To delete the channel. you cannot add the channel to the favourite group. 4. 2. select Favourite Group. Press the i button when the i-plate is displayed to view detailed information. Previous/Next programme information: Displayed if previous/next programme information is provided.

Note: You can switch between TV and radio by simply pressing the TV/RADIO button. 5. 2. The list of channels including the sports. select Delete and press the OK button. Four types of channel lists are available for quick and easy navigation. select Lock and press the OK button. Select a channel and press the OPT+ button. Select Yes and press the OK button. Press the RED button again and select a sub group using the / button. movie and other genres. 3. radio and recent channels. The list of the recently viewed channels. 4. Select the channel you wish to view and press the OK button. Select the group using the / button and press the OK button. Channel List This chapter will help you use the various channel lists available.1 My TV List My TV List is the list of all channels available including TV. GB30 User’s Manual . To delete the channel. To add the channel to the favourite group. • To sort the channels numerically or alphabetically press i button while the channel list is on screen. A popup will appear. • The favourite channel list will only be available after favourites groups have been setup. Press the RED button to display My TV if not already selected. Note: • Press the EXIT button to remove the channels list. select Favourite Group. The list of the favourite channels in five groups. You can also enter the channel number using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. Press the LIST button while watching a programme to display the channel list. To lock the channel. The list of all radio channels. To display the channel list press the LIST button while viewing a programme.5. My TV (RED) Favourite (GREEN) HD TV (YELLOW) Genre (BLUE) The list of all TV channels. 5. 1. drama. The list of all HD TV channels.

3 HD TV List HD TV List is the list of all HD TV channels. 5. Press the LIST button while watching a programme. GB31 User’s Manual . 2.5. 3. Channel List 5. Press the YELLOW button to display the HD TV list. 2. Press the GREEN button again and select a sub group using the / button. Press the GREEN button to display the list of favourite groups. 1.2 Favourite List Favourite List is the list of the favourite channels you can select yourself from the entire channel list. 1. There are five favourite groups in total. Press the LIST button while watching a programme.

3. etc).g. My TV (RED) Favourite (GREEN) Satellite (YELLOW) Scramble (BLUE) GB32 User’s Manual .4 Genre List Genre List allows you to view the channels by genre (e. 5.5. The list of the recently viewed channels. Press the LIST button while watching a programme. The lists of channels classified by CAS types. The list of HD TV channels. Sports. The lists of channels classified by satellites. Press the BLUE button to display the genre list. Channel List 5. Entertainment. 1. 2.5 Non-freesat Channel List Four types of channel lists are provided for quick and easy channel search in the non-freesat channel list. Movies. The list of all TV channels. Press the BLUE button again and select a sub group using the / button. The list of all radio channels. The list of the most viewed channels.

1. GB33 User’s Manual . Press the GUIDE button. Enter the number of the channel you wish to move using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. Move to the previous/next day using the PREVIOUS/NEXT button. Press the RED button.6. Select this option is you wish to view this programme (Not record). 1. If the contents are more than one page. If the programme is currently on press the OK button to view the programme. 3. Select a reserved programme and press the OK button to cancel the reservation. Press the OPT+ button to display the channel genre and choose another genre. 6. Move to another channel using the / button. Press the OK button on the highlighted programme and select from the following: Record Whole Series This option will appear if the programme is in a series. If the programme is on in the future you can reserve it to view or record. 4. 8. use the P-/P+ button to skip to the next page. Table Guide 1. 2. Select this option to record this programme only. 6. Select the channel genre using the / button and press the OK button. Jump back/ahead two hours using the FAST BACKWARD/FAST FORWARD button. 2. TV Guide The TV GUIDE displays the programmes for the next 7 days sent by the broadcaster. Record One Programme Watch 7. Note: Press the GUIDE or EXIT button to exit the TV guide screen.1 Using TV Guide You can view the programme information of all channels in time and date order. Move to the previous/next programme within the same channel using the / button. 3. select this option to record this programme and all future programmes within the same series. 5.

Note: • You cannot reserve new programmes when the HDD is already full.2. you cannot select the channel genre. Select a programme in the EPG and press the RECORD button on the remote. Please delete another recorded programme. Select the group using the OPT+ button. The selected programme only will be reserved to record. • You cannot reserve the programmes in non-freesat mode. 2. Instant Reservation 1. The reservation will be cancelled immediately. • In non-freesat mode. To cancel the reservation. select the programme and press the STOP button. GB34 User’s Manual . • Press the i button to view the programme information.

Select a reservation and press the OPT+ button to delete the reservation. Press the GREEN button. Select Channel and press the OK button to display the channel list. The reservation popup will appear. Select Date and press the OK button to view the calendar.6. 3. Select OK and press the OK button.3 Schedule Schedule displays the list of the programmes you have reserved. 7. 5. TV Guide 6. 2. The features are similar as in 6. Note: • Press the LIST button to sort the list in time or alphabetical order. GB35 User’s Manual . • You cannot reserve programmes in non-freesat mode. 1. 1. 4. Select the channel.1 Table Guide. Select Mode and select Record or Watch.2 List Guide 1. Press the YELLOW button to display the schedule of reservations. delete or make manual reservations. 2. Select Repeat and change the repeat frequency using the / button. 2. Editing Reservations 1. 6. Select a reservation you want to edit and press the YELLOW button. Note: Press the OPT+ button to go to channel genre. 6. You can modify. Select the date. Select Start Time or End Time and enter the time using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. You can view the programme information for the next 7 days.

2. time and day of the programme. 6.4 Find Find allows you to search for programmes by entering a keyword (part or all of the programme name) and selecting the genre. date. You can select up to two genres. Press the OK button while the cursor is on Keyword. Search by Genre 1. 1. Press the OK button while the cursor is on Time & Day. • If the channel number has changed the reservation will need to be setup again. A keyboard will appear. Press the OK button while the cursor is on Genre. 3. 2. 3. select a future programme and press the OK button. To reserve a programme. repeat frequency and mode and then press the OK button. The search result of the entered values will appear. genre. Select OK and press the OK button. 2. Select the blank reservation at the bottom of the schedule list and press the OK button. Search by Keyword 1. Search by Time and Day 1. time & day of the programme and select Search and then press the OK button. The list of genres will appear. 1. Keyword List will appear. New Reservation 1. start/end time. TV Guide 2. 4. 2. 2. Select <NEW> and press the OK button to enter a new keyword. 3. 2. Select the genres and press the OK button. Enter the channel number. Enter the keyword. Enter the keyword. Select the time and day using the OK or / button. 3. 4. GB36 User’s Manual . Press the BLUE button. Press the YELLOW button to complete. The reservation popup will appear. Note: • Reservations for deleted channels or past programmes are automatically deleted.6. The time & day popup will appear.

1. 7. Press the MENU button to exit all the menus.7. Select RGB. GB37 User’s Manual .1 TV Setup You can configure the audio and video output settings. Recording and Other. Select TV Setup using the / button and press the OK button. or S-Video and press the OK button. 1. Select TV SCART and press the OK button. 1. Note: Pressing the EXIT button will save any changes you have made automatically and return you to the previous menu. 3. Time. Settings In this chapter you can set options for TV Setup. Parental Control. CVBS. TV SCART You can select the TV SCART output option. 2. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. 2. Press the MENU button. Language.

2. Dolby Digital You can set Dolby Digital soundtrack option. GB38 User’s Manual . Select 16:9 – Widescreen TV or 4:3 – Traditional TV using the OK or / button. Select Stereo or Mono using the OK or / button.7. Adjust the sync using the / button. 2. Settings 2. 2. 2. Note: Lip-Sync will be applied to all channels when this option is adjusted. 3. Screen Ratio You can select the screen ratio option. 1. Select Audio. 1. Select VCR SCART. 2. Lip-Sync You can adjust the sound difference of audio and video. the Dolby Digital audio will be selected automatically (when broadcast) and outputted via S/PDIF. 1. Audio You can select the audio output option. 4. Press the BACK button to complete. 5. Select Screen Ratio and press the OK button. 1. 1. VCR SCART You can select the VCR SCART output option. Select Lip-Sync and press the OK or button. If you select On. Select CVBS or S-Video using the OK or / button. 3. 6. Select Dolby Digital. Select On or Off using the OK or / button.

Settings 7. Select HDCP Default and press the OK button. 8. 14:9 Pillar Box. When choosing 4:3 – Traditional TV as screen ratio. 14:9 Letterbox. When choosing 16:9 – Widescreen TV as screen ratio. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button. Select Display Format and press the OK button. 3. Display Format You can select the display format according to the screen ratio. HDCP Default You can enable or disable HD copy protection for programmes with no copy protection sent by the broadcaster.7. Anamorpic and press the OK button. 2. 2. 16:9 Centre Cut Out. select among Auto. 1. 4:3 Pillar Box. GB39 User’s Manual . Auto and press the OK button. Centre Cut Out. 1. select among 16:9 Letterbox.

Press the MENU button. 1. Select Subtitle Font. Subtitle Font Subtitle Font enables you to select the font of the subtitle. 2. 2. Select the language you want and press the OK button. 2. 3. Settings 7.2 Language Language enables you to set the basic language and subtitle options. Select Subtitle Display.7. 1. GB40 User’s Manual . 3. Preferred Language Preferred Language allows you to choose from the languages available. 1. Subtitle Display Subtitle Display allows you to enable the subtitles to appear automatically if they are provided by the broadcaster. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button. 2. Select Language using the / button and press the OK button. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. 1. Select Variable or Fixed using the OK or / button. 2. Select Preferred Language and press the OK button. Uses the fixed subtitle font as in TEXT. Variable Fixed Uses the horizontally variable subtitle font of the on-screen display. 1.

1. GB41 User’s Manual . Power On Channel You can select a channel you want the product to turn ON to each day. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button. Audio Description Audio description allows the user to select the narration of onscreen visuals. Select Audio Description. Select Time using the / button and press the OK button. 3. which is used for visually impaired viewers. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. 2. Select Power On Channel and press the OK button to display the channel list. Select Power ON and press the button. Select the channel and press the OK button. 2. Note: Not all channels/programmes will provide Audio Description. Settings 4. 1.7. 2. 2. Select Power OFF and press the button. Enter the powering on time using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons or select Disable using the / button.3 Time Time allows you to set the time you want the product to turn ON (Wakeup) or OFF (Sleep) each day. 1. 1. Power ON You can set the time the product turns on automatically. 1. 1. 7. 3. 2. Power OFF You can select the time the product turns off automatically. Enter the powering off time using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons or select Disable using the / button. Press the MENU button. for further information please contact the broadcaster. 2. Setting the Audio Description option to Enable will automatically select the Audio Description option when you change to a channel.

1. and lock the setup menu. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. Enter the password using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. Guidance Policy Enabling the Guidance Policy option will mean any programmes (or recordings) that have guidance information will require the password to be entered to view them. Press the MENU button.7. 1. GB42 User’s Manual . Settings 7. 3. Select Parental Control using the / button and press the OK button. 1. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button. Note: Guidance information is only available in freesat mode. 1. 2. Tip: The default password is 0000. The guidance information is sent by the broadcasters for some programmes. Select the age limit you wish to set. Age Limit Age Limit enables you to place certain restrictions on the viewers by setting age limits. 2. Note: Age Limit is only available in non-freesat mode and will require the age classification information to be sent by the broadcasters. A password must be entered to view the content. change the password. You will be prompted to enter your password. Select Guidance Policy and press the OK button.4 Parental Control Parental Control allows you to set password control for live or recorded content. 2. 2. Select Age Limit and press the OK button. 4.

1. 2. Installation Lock Installation Lock allows you to block access to the setup menu. Enter the password again in Verify Password to confirm. 2. Select Installation Lock.7. 3. the password will be required to enter the menu when this option is enabled. 1. Settings 3. Change Password Change Password allows you to change the current password. GB43 User’s Manual . 4. Enter the password in New Password using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. Select Change Password and press the OK button. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button.

Select the time using the OK or / button 4. Select Recording using the / button and press the OK button. 1. 2. Select Skip Forward and press the OK button.5 Recording Recording allows you to set the recordings auto-padding. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button.The minutes you select to the start and/or end times will be included where possible to the recordings. 2. • 1. 1. 2. 2. Settings 7. 2.5 Mins . 1. Select Recording End Time and press the OK button. Select the padding time using the OK or / button 3. Select Recording Start Time and press the OK button. and the settings for the instant replay and skip forward buttons.the broadcasters signal will be used for accurate recording when broadcast. Note: • On Time . Recording End Time You can set the amount of time you want to add to the end of a recordings billed time in the EPG.2. Recording Start Time You can set the amount of time you want the recordings to start before the schedule billed time in the EPG. 1.7.3. 1. Press the MENU button. Skip Forward You can set the length of time the video is skipped when pressing the SKIP button. 3. 1. Select the padding time using the OK or / button 2. Instant Replay You can set the length of time the video is replayed when pressing the REPLAY button. Select the time using the OK or / button GB44 User’s Manual . Select Instant Replay and press the OK button.

1. 2. power saving in standby and automatic standby. Info Display Time You can set the time the information box is displayed on screen when changing channels. 1. 1.6 Other You can configure other settings such as info display time. Press the MENU button. 50%. 25%. 3. Select OSD Transparency and press the OK button. Disable 25%. Note: When set to Disable. the i-plate will not be displayed when you switch the channel. Select Other using the / button and press the OK button. 2. OSD Transparency You can set the transparency of the On-Screen Display. GB45 User’s Manual . Select Info Display Time and press the OK button. 75% Fully opaque screen The higher the % the more transparent the On-Screen Display. 2. OSD transparency. Settings 7. 2. 1. Select among Disable. 1~20 seconds and press the OK button. Select a value between Disable.7. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. 50% and 75% and press the OK button.

3. Settings 3. Select Guide Channel Genre and press the OK button. 1. 7. 2. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button. Select Settings using the / button and press the OK button. Guide Channel Genre You can choose to display the Genre List when accessing the Guide. 2. 2. 1. Select Automatic Standby. GB46 User’s Manual . Press the MENU button. 2. Select Power Saving in Standby. Note: When set the following will be disabled: • Front display panel will not show the time • LNB loop-through • SCART loop-through When Power Saving in Standby is enabled any schedule recordings you have set will record as the product will switch on to record the programme and go back to standby when completed. Select STB Mode using the / button and press the OK or button to select freesat or Non-freesat. Select On or Off using the OK or / button. 5. 4. 1. Power Saving in Standby You can select whether the product switches to power saving mode in standby. Note: STB Mode will only appear when non-freesat channels have been tuned and saved using the Manual Tune option in the setup menu. Automatic Standby When Automatic Standby is set to Enable the product automatically switches to standby mode after a period of inactivity to help reduce the amount of electricity used. Select Enable or Disable using the OK or / button.7.7 STB Mode 1.

Select Edit Channel List using the / button and press the OK button. 2. You can select more than one channel. Edit Channels This chapter provides information on the channel editing options available for the main channel lists and the favourites lists you create. Press the RED button to delete the chosen channels. Note: It is not possible to move or rename channels in freesat mode. 3. Note: • Press the EXIT button to save the changes and return to the previous menu. Deleting Channels 1. GB47 User’s Manual . 1.1 Edit Channel List Edit Channels List enables you to delete. Press the MENU button to exit the menu screen. • Press the TV/RADIO button to change between the TV and radio channel lists.8. select and lock/unlock the channels in the edit channel list conveniently. Press the MENU button. 8. Select the channels you want to delete and press the OK button. 1. Select Edit Channels using the / button and press the OK button. When in non-freesat mode you can rename and move the channels. 2.

the Lock option will change to Unlock. 3. Note: • When channels are locked. 4. GB48 User’s Manual . 2. Press the BLUE button. Selecting a Channel Group 1. Select Lock and press the OK button. Select the channel you want to lock and press the OK button. Press the YELLOW button to display the list of groups. Edit Channels 2.8. you must enter the password using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. 3. Select All/Release All 1. To release one or more channels from select all. 2. Select Select All and press the OK button. Select the group you want and press the OK button. Locking/Unlocking Channels Tip: The default password is 0000. 1. • To watch locked channels. 2. Press the GREEN button. Following the same procedure on these channels will unlock them. 3. press the OK button while the cursor is on the selected channel.

When the cursor is on the right column. Enter the name of the favourite group using the keyboard. To release all channels. Note: Edit Favourite List is only available for freesat channels.8. 2. Select the channels you want to add to the favourite channel list and press the OK button. Press the MENU button. A keyboard will appear. Select Edit Favourit List using the / button and press the OK button. press the YELLOW button again. 2. Select the favourite group you want to rename and press the OK button. 2. 3. 1. move favourite channels and rename favourite groups. 2. Note: When the cursor is on the left column. Edit Channels 8. Select Edit Channels using the / button and press the OK button. select the channels from the list and press the RED button. 3. the red button is used to Remove channels. 4. 5. Selecting Favourite Groups 1. 3. 1. 4. Note: The YELLOW and BLUE buttons become activated only when the cursor is placed on the right column. GB49 User’s Manual . 3. Press the YELLOW button to select all channels in the favourite list. Press the YELLOW button to complete.2 Edit Favourite List You can add or remove channels from the favourite groups. Select the favourite group you want and press the OK button. Select All/Release All 1. Press the RED button to add the channels to the favourite list you have chosen. 2. Press the GREEN button to display the list of groups. Select Rename Group and press the OK button. the red button is used to Add channels. Renaming Favourite Groups 1. To remove channels from the favourite list. 2. Adding/Removing Channels 1. Press the BLUE button.

Select Edit Customisable Channels using the / buttons and press the OK button. 2. Press the BLUE button.3 Edit Customisable Channels You can customise the regional channels broadcast by freesat. Move the cursor to the position required using the / button. 5. The selected channel is moved to the new location. and press the OK button. allowing you to select different regions from those detected by your postcode. The selected channel will be customised as the default channel of the chosen channel number. Select Move and press the OK button. GB50 User’s Manual . Select Edit Channels using the / buttons and press the OK button. 3. 4. Select a channel from the left column. 2. Customising Channels 1. 2. Moving Favourite Channels 1. 3. 1. Note: This feature may not be available for all regional channels. 1. 8. Move the cursor to the right column and select an alternative channel of the region you want and press the OK button. Edit Channels 5. 3. Select the favourite channel you want to move in the favourite list and press the OK button. Press the MENU button.8.

9. Setup
In this chapter you can configure Installation settings and search for channels. Freesat Tune, Manual Tune, Software Update and Factory Reset are included in this section. Note: Press the EXIT button to save the changes and return to the previous menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu screen.

9.1 Freesat Tune
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Setup using the / button and press the OK button. 3. Select Freesat Tune using the / button and press the OK button. 4. Enter your postcode. Use the arrow to delete the current postcode. 5. Please note that once you perform Freesat Tune, all freesat channels will be deleted. Select Yes and press the OK button to delete all freesat channels. 6. Select Search and press the OK button to search channels. 7. The channel search will start. 8. To stop the search, press the OK button during channel search. 9. The results will appear. Select Save and press the OK button. Note: Any schedules setup for recording will be removed if the Freesat Tune is carried out. If no channels are available a popup message will be displayed.

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9. Setup
9.2 Manual Tune
1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Setup using the / button and press the OK button. 3. Select Manual Tune using the / button and press the OK button. 4. Select Search and press the OK button. The channel search will start. 5. To stop the search, press the OK button during channel search. 6. The results will appear. Select Save and press the OK button.

Transponder

Select All to search for all transponders in the list. Press OK to display the list of transponder, select the transponder you require and press the OK button to search for it only. If the transponder you require is not listed, select User Defined and enter the transponder details you require. Select Disable or Enable using the OK or / button. Select All or FTA and press the OK button. Select among All, TV and Radio and press the OK button.

Network Search Scrambled Type Channel Type

Note: Searching for channels using Manual Tune will active the STB mode option in the Settings menu. The channels detected and displayed in non-freesat mode will only display the Now and Next programmes in the TV Guide. If there are no channels available, a message indicating the result will pop up.

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9. Setup
9.3 Software Update
Software Update allows you to update the system software to maintain proper performance of the product. 1. Press the MENU button. 2. Select Setup using the / button and press the OK button. 3. Select Software Update using the / button and press the OK button. Note: For more information about the software update, refer to 11. Software Update.

1. Automatic Update
1. Select Automatic Update and press the OK button. 2. When new software is detected, you can choose to download the software immediately or save for later. 3. When there is no new software to update, a popup will appear.

2. Manual Update
1. 2. 3. 4. Select Manual Update and press the OK button. Enter the values for Satellite, Frequency, Polarization, Symbol Rate and FEC. Select Search and press the OK button. When new software is detected, you can choose to download the software immediately or save for later.

Note: • When there is no new software to update, a popup will appear. • Software updates for products will be detected using the Automatic Update option. For details to use different transponder details in the future (where applicable) please visit www.humaxdigital.com/ freesat.

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GB54 User’s Manual . First Installation. 4. channel list and all user configured data will be deleted.4 Factory Reset Factory Reset enables you to restore the product to the factory default. refer to Chapter 3. Enter your password to proceed with the Factory Reset. Tip: The default password is 0000. 5. all data such as the antenna setting information. Select Factory Reset using the / button and press the OK button. When the factory reset is completed the product will restart and the First Time Installation will appear on screen. Select Setup using the / button and press the OK button. Setup 9. Select Yes and press the OK button to restore all setting to factory default. 3. 1. To return to the previous menu. Note: For detailed information about the first installation.9. Press the MENU button. 2. Warning: Please note that once you perform Factory Reset. select No and press the OK. 6.

Note: For information on the Network options on the product please visit www. Press the MENU button. 2. Press the MENU button. GB55 User’s Manual . 5. you can enter the value for the network information. System 10. 4. 3. The system status information will be displayed. Select System and press the OK button.com/ freesat in the future. Select Configure Ethernet and press the OK button. 3. 4. Select Diagnostics and press the OK button.1 Diagnostics You can view system status information. When selecting Manual. Select Configure IP and press the OK or / button to select DHCP or Manual. 2. Select Apply and press the OK button to save the changes.2 Network You can view the network information. 1.humaxdigital. 10. Select System and press the OK button. Select Network and press the OK button. 1.10. The network information will be displayed.

Press the MENU button. 3. Press the MENU button. 3. 1. Select Yes and press the OK button.10. 1. Select HDD Control using the / button and press the OK button. Format HDD To format the hard disk drive.3 HDD Control You can format the hard disk drive. select OK and press the OK button. The common interface information will be displayed. select Format HDD and press the OK button. System 10. 10. 2. 1. GB56 User’s Manual .4 Common Interface You can view the CI-Module information. 2. Select System using the / button and press the OK button. Select Common Interface and press the OK button. Select the partition you want to format. Enter the password to complete.

Media List The product supports 4 types of Media lists. Video Setting Press the OPT+ button in video list. List Type: Select between Simple or Normal list types.1 Video When the Media List is on screen press the RED button to select Video if not already selected. time. • • • Sort: Select the sorting order. Note: • Press the LIST button to sort the files in file name. Press the MEDIA button and then the coloured buttons on the remote control to access each list. A list of the TV programmes you have recorded will appear. File Manager: Go to file manager. • Pres the i button to display the programme information of the selected recording. • When a support USB device is connected via the front or rear USB ports press the RED button to change between the HDD and the USB device. A popup will appear to display the setting option. channel number order. • The icon ( ) will be displayed when the file is being played. Video (RED) Radio (GREEN) Music (YELLOW) Photo (BLUE) TV programmes that have been recorded Radio programmes that have been recorded MP3 (Music) files you have transferred Jpeg (Photos) files you have transferred 11. 1.11. GB57 User’s Manual .

Media List 2. 3. Press the OK button to complete. Select File Manager and press the OK button to display File Manager. Press the BLUE button and select Make Playlist and press the OK button. Press the OPT+ button. Play from the start: Play the recorded file from the beginning. • • • • • Play from the last played position: Play the recorded file from the point it has been stopped. Making Playlist You can playback the chosen files in the order you want.11. Note: • You can also press the PLAY button to play the file from the last played position. Select a file in the playlist and press the OK button to play the selected file. 1. 2. Enter the name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Move the file within the list using the / button. 3. Play Option Select a recorded file you want to playback and press the OK button. A popup will appear to display the play option. Delete a file: Delete the file. A playlist will appear. Note: If all files of the playlist are deleted. the playlist disappears. Select a file in the playlist and press the RED button to delete the file from the playlist and renumber the list. 6. Select a file in the playlist and press the GREEN button to move the file. A popup will appear to display the setting option. • A chapter is made automatically by dividing a file into eight smaller files and capturing a still image of each smaller file. Select Yes and press the OK button. Chapters are used in play option by pressing the PREVIOUS and NEXT buttons. Rename: Rename the file. GB58 User’s Manual . Select a still image and press the / button to select the chapter you wish to view. 5. Press the YELLOW button to complete. 4.

Enter the name of the folder directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Press the YELLOW button to complete. Select All Make Folder Press the OK button to select all or release all. 5. • Edit Mode: You can edit multiple files. • Function: Press the BLUE button. Press the YELLOW button to go to edit mode. you can view the playlist in video list. Select the playlist and press the OK button. Press the YELLOW button again to go back to normal mode. Press the YELLOW button to complete. • Delete: Select the file to delete and press the RED button. 1. Edit: Edit the playlist. Select File Manager and press the OK button to display File Manager. GB59 User’s Manual . File Manager You can delete files or copy files to/from external devices.11. Media List 4. Press the OK button to lock or unlock file. • Copy: Select the file to copy and press the GREEN button. • • • Play: Play the playlist. Enter the name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Editing Playlist After making a playlist. A popup will appear to display the setting option. 2. Rename Lock/Unlock Note: You can rename only one file at a time. Delete: Delete the playlist. Press the OPT+ button.

The detected device will appear. 3.11.1 Video. Press the OPT+ button while the cursor is in the right column to switch the device. Press the OPT+ button and select File Manager. 11. Connect the device to the recorder. GB60 User’s Manual . Media List 6. A list of the radio programmes you have recorded will appear. Select the device and press the OK button. 2. Connecting External Devices 1. Note: The features available in the radio list are the same as the video list in section 11.2 Radio When the Media List is on screen press the GREEN button to select Radio if not already selected.

4. Select the music file you want to play and press the OK or PLAY button to play. 5. 2. 1. File Manager: Go to file manager. Shuffle: Enable or disable shuffle mode. Press the PAUSE button to pause. Press the EXIT button to stop and go to live radio.11. Music Player 1. 6. Press the / button to go back or go forward. Note: • Press the LIST button to sort the files in file name or time order. • Press the i button while playing a music file to view the file information. Repeat: Select the repeat option. A popup will appear to display the setting option.3 Music When the Media List is on screen press the YELLOW button to select Music if not already selected. Press the STOP button to stop playing. 3. • • • • Sort: Select the sorting order. 2. A list of the MP3 (Music) files you have transferred will appear. GB61 User’s Manual . Press the OPT+ button to display Music Setting. Media List 11. Music Setting Press the OPT+ button in music list.

Select All Make Folder Rename Press the OK button to select all or release all. 4. 2. A popup will appear to display the setting option. Edit Mode: You can edit multiple files. Press the YELLOW button to go to edit mode. Press the OPT+ button while the cursor is in the right column to switch the device. Press the YELLOW button to complete. 1. Connect the device to the recorder. The detected device will appear. Press the YELLOW button again to go back to normal mode. 2. Connecting External Devices 1. Select the device and press the OK button. File Manager You can delete files or copy files to/from external devices. 3. Delete: Select the file to delete and press the RED button. Select File Manager and press the OK button to display File Manager. Copy: Select the file to copy and press the GREEN button. Media List 3. Enter the name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen.11. Function: Press the BLUE button. Note: You can rename only one file at a time. Press the YELLOW button to complete. GB62 User’s Manual . • • • • Press the OPT+ button. Enter the name of the folder directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Press the OPT+ button and select File Manager.

Display Time: Select the display time. A popup will appear to display the setting option. Aspect Ratio: Select Auto or Original. • Press the i button in the photo list to view the file information. 2. • • • • • Sort: Select the sorting order. Press the PAUSE button to stop the slideshow. Press the / button to view the previous/next photo. Press the PAUSE button again or press the PLAY button to continue the slideshow. Press the OK button to display the photo playbar. press the FAST BACKWARD/FAST FORWARD button to move to the previous/next music file. 3. Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to move back/forward five photos Press the OPT+ button to display Photo Setting. 4. Press the OK or PLAY button to view the photos in slideshow. 7. When music player is playing. Press the EXIT button to stop the music player. 8. Note: • Press the LIST button to sort the files in file name or time order. 2. 5. A list of the Jpeg (Photos) files you have transferred will appear. 6.11. 1. Photo Setting Press the OPT+ button in photo list. Media List 11.4 Photo When the Media List is on screen press the BLUE button to select Photo if not already selected. GB63 User’s Manual . Photo Viewer 1. File Manager: Go to file manager. Music: Select the music option.

Connecting External Devices 1. The detected device will appear. Press the OPT+ button and select File Manager. 3. Press the YELLOW button to complete. 4. Edit Mode: You can edit multiple files. Press the YELLOW button to complete. Select All Make Folder Rename Press the OK button to select all or release all. File Manager You can delete files or copy files to/from external devices. Enter the name directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Media List 3. 2. Select the device and press the OK button. 2. Press the OPT+ button while the cursor is in the right column to switch the device. GB64 User’s Manual . • • • • Press the OPT+ button. 1. Connect the device to the recorder. Press the YELLOW button to go to edit mode. Delete: Select the file to delete and press the RED button. Select File Manager and press the OK button to display File Manager. A popup will appear to display the setting option.11. Function: Press the BLUE button. Enter the name of the folder directly using the keyboard displayed on the screen. Copy: Select the file to copy and press the GREEN button. Press the YELLOW button again to go back to normal mode. Note: You can rename only one file at a time.

12. Personal Video Recorder (PVR)
The product automatically buffers the channel you are viewing to the Hard Drive (2 hour period), this enables you to pause live TV, rewind to the point you changed to the channel, and fast forward. Note: The buffer will be cleared whenever you change channels.

12.1 Play bar
Press the PLAY button while watching a recording to display the play bar. Play bar displays the current operation status, the time gap between the broadcasting point and watching point and the amount of temporarily saved programme.

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To move to the specified time point directly, enter the time you want using the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons. To move the watching point bar to the time point you want, press the / button while playing back and then press the OK button to play the programme from the specified time point. If you do not press the OK button after moving the watching point, it will move automatically. Press the STOP button to stop the current file and go to live TV.

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12. Personal Video Recorder (PVR)
12.2 Time Shifted Recording (TSR) and Playback.
You can perform Time Shifted Recording (TSR) and other VCR functions within TSR using the playback control buttons while playing a programme.

1. Playback
You can view the recorded files in the Media List Video. Press the MEDIA button to access the recorded file list easily. 1. Press the REPLAY button to jump back and play from that point. Press the STOP button to return to live video. 2. Press the SKIP button to jump ahead and play from that point. Press the STOP button to return to live point. Note: • Enter the NUMERIC(0-9) buttons during playback and press the OK button to move to that specific time point. • For more information about playback, refer to 11.1.1 Play Option.

2. TSR
You can perform fast backward, fast forward, slow motion and pause while playing back a recorded file from the media list.

Fast Forward
1. Press the FAST FORWARD button to fast forward the programme. 2. Each time you press the FAST FORWARD button, the speed increases (x2, x4, x16, x32, x64). 3. If you press the PLAY button, the fast forward operation stops and the programme is played at normal speed. Note: The Fast Forward operation is only available during playback of a recording or when you are behind live TV (if you have paused live TV, used slow motion, or fast backward). You are only able to fast forward to the live TV point; when this is reached the programme will play at normal speed automatically.

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12. Personal Video Recorder (PVR)
Fast Backward
1. Press the FAST BACKWARD button to go back during a recording or the buffer. 2. Each time you press the FAST BACKWARD button, the speed increases (x2, x4, x16, x32, x64). 3. If you press the PLAY button, the fast backward operation stops and the programme is played at normal speed. Note: You can fast backward back to the start of a recording or to the start of the buffer. When you reach the start point the programme will play at normal speed automatically.

Slow Motion
1. Press the SLOW button to playback in slow motion. 2. Each time you press the SLOW button, the playback speed becomes slower. 3. Press the PLAY button to play the programme at normal speed.

Pause
1. Press the PAUSE button to pause the current programme. 2. If you press the PAUSE button once again, the programme is resumed from that point. Note: Pressing PAUSE while watching live TV will increase the delay from the point you have paused to the live broadcast. You will be able to use the FAST FORWARD or SKIP FORWARD functions during this time. To go directly to the live broadcast press the STOP button.

12.3 Recording
Using the built-in hard disk drive, you can record a programme without external media devices such as a VCR. Note: • Ensure that sufficient disk space is available before recording, the recording will either fail or not record fully if there is insufficient disk space. • A one hour recording may require 2-3 GB of space depending on the broadcast. • Radio programmes can be recorded. • Pressing the STANDBY button while recording will not stop the recording. The product will go to standby mode after completing recording. • Press the i button to display the the channel currently recording and i-plate.

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2. 2. To record another channel. 3. General Recording 1. change channels while recording and press the RECORD button again. Note: Recording 2 channels may be limited depending on your connections from the satellite dish. Press the STOP button to stop recording one of the two channels. You can record two channels simultaneously. Select OK and press the OK button. 2. The recording will stop at the programmes end time in the Guide. GB68 User’s Manual . Stop Recording 1. Multi-Channel Recording 1. Press the RECORD button again while recording to adjust the recording end time. Personal Video Recorder (PVR) 1. 2. Select the channel you want to stop recording using the / button. If you change to a third channel and press the RECORD button you will be prompted to select one of the other two recordings to cancel. 3. 3.12. 2 feeds from the dish are required to record 2 channels without limitations. Press the RECORD button to record the programme you are currently viewing. You will be prompted to select one among the current recordings. You can adjust the recording end time using the / button. Warning: When using INSTANT RECORD please check the end time of the recording and amend where necessary to ensure you record for the amount of time required.

Bookmark icon GB69 User’s Manual . To delete a location. 2.12. 2. Personal Video Recorder (PVR) 12. The bookmark image is displayed at the lower right of the screen. Use bookmarks to search a specific scene quickly and conveniently. Watching point time 3.4 Bookmark 1. Note: The bookmark function is available for recorded files only. select the location you want to delete and press the ADD BOOKMARK button. Press the BOOKMARK LIST button after adding a bookmark. Adding Bookmark You can jump to a position directly using the bookmark feature in recorded file playback. Press the ADD BOOKMARK button at the location you want to set a bookmark while playing back a recorded file. Watching point 4. Select the location you wish to view using the / button. Press the BOOKMARK LIST button again to return to the play bar. 4. 1 2 3 4 1. Bookmark cursor 2. Bookmark List 1. The bookmark icon is displayed at the lower right of the screen. 3.

you can choose to download the software immediately or save for later. GB70 User’s Manual . it is essential to have the most up-to-date software. • During the software update scheduled recordings will not take place. if you are experiencing problems with the signal then please do not continue with the download. select Next and press the OK button to proceed to the next step. In case there is no software currently available. Visit the Humax website to check the latest news and newly released software versions (http://www. • Please do not remove the antenna cable from the dish from the product during the update as this can cause the product not to operate. The signal strength and quality are at a high level. download. It is recommended that you periodically check for the availability of software update. • You cannot schedule programmes during software update.com/freesat). Software Update In order to maintain proper performance of the product.humaxdigital.13. com/freesat.Over the Air Software Updates will be broadcast via satellite for the product when new updates are available. The product is in Standby mode each night allowing it to detect. 3. Software update while watching a programme When new software is detected. • During the update process you will not be able to use the product. • The download can take between 5 . You are connected to a suitable satellite dish and are receiving the all of the freesat service. 2. Note: • For information on the release of new software or the changes made please visit www. 1. Follow below to ensure that you receive the OTA Software Updates when they are released: 1. this can cause the product not to operate.1 OTA (Over the Air) OTA .10 minutes to complete. Humax reserves the right for deciding when the software updates will be released. and install the updates when broadcast.humaxdigital. Caution: • Please do not unplug the product from the mains during the software update procedure. 13.

7. 3. Appendix 14. Edit Channel List 2. 2.1 Menu Map Settings 1. TV Setup Language Time Parental Control Recording Other STB Mode 1. 4. Edit Favourite List 3. 2. 4. 2. 3. Edit Customisabel Channels Edit Channels 1. 5. 3. Setup Freesat Tune Manual Tune Software Update Factory Reset 1. 4. System Diagnostics Network HDD Control Common Interface GB71 User’s Manual .14. 6.

com/freesat or contact the Humax Customer Helpline. Press the OK button to enter the SETUP menu and Select Manual Tune. Make sure that the antenna setting in the menu is correct. the condition of the sound and picture may temporarily be poor. Check the main power cable and make sure it is plugged into a suitable power outlet. 1. Check if the channel is currently on air. Check the signal levels and adjust your antenna if the level is too low. However. No picture on TV set 5. Select NEXT through the Installation Wizard and then FINISH at the end. If you are not receiving sufficient Signal on this Transponder then you may require an installer to check your Dish Alignment. Appendix 14. Replace the LNB with a new one in case it is damaged or out of order. The signal level may be affected by weather conditions.humaxdigital. Check that the mains supply is switched on. Make sure that the product is powered on and in operation mode. Install the antenna in an obstacle-free place. Check the brightness level of the TV. Connect the power cable to a different power outlet. 2. (Press the STANDBY button) Make sure that the AV cable is firmly connected to the TV. Poor picture/sound quality Note: If the antenna is covered with snow or the RF is weakened by heavy rain. cabling.14. No message displayed on the front panel (the product will not switch on) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 4. Check that the “F-type” connector is firmly on the end of the cable. Check that you are receiving stable levels for both Signal Strength & Signal Quality or >50%. GB72 User’s Manual . Replace the LNB with a lower noise factor in cases where the noise factor is too high. Power on the and follow the Installation Wizard again. Change the satellite dish for a larger one as this will increase the signal levels received. LNB. Select the following Transponder (11428 H 27500 A) from the list of Transponders. • • • • Check that your dish alignment is correct.2 Trouble Shooting For more troubleshooting and advice please visit www. Freesat Detection Fails / Invalid Postcode • • • • • • • • Unplug the Foxsat-HDR from the mains and unplug the cable from your dish which is connected to the LNB IN connection. Make sure there is no mobile phone or microwave oven near the product. Keep the power and the antenna cable for the satellite apart from each other. If still not Detecting the signal or verifying postcode 3. or connectors. Press the SOURCE button if the product is in external input mode. Contact the broadcaster to ensure that the channel is running. Make sure that the antenna cable is properly connected to the product. the poor sound and picture quality due to weather conditions cannot be accepted as a malfunction of product.

Certain channels may not be changed due to restriction of the tuner or connection type. Check the volume levels of your TV set and the product. No password information is given. The signal during the recording may be weak or the hard disk too full. Check that no previous reservations are conflicting with the new reservation. To play back the recorded file of a scrambled channel. the top end of the remote control should point directly towards the receiving part of the product. the hard disk is operating normally. 9. Cannot record progammes. Cannot change channel while recording. Cannot make reservations. • • • 16. Remove and reinsert the batteries in the remote control. No or poor sound • • • • • • • • Check that your AV cable is connected correctly. 11. Channel search does not work. The TSR may not be available during the recording. The hard disk is full. • • • • • • 13. Check if the product or TV is on mute. Contact the product distributor. The noise is from the fan. Cannot operate the TSR (Time Shifted Recording). Wait until the recording is finished. Check that the product is switched on when starting recording. Delete unnecessary programmes and make space for new recording. Cannot update new software. 15. this may not work. • • Make sure that the antenna setting in the menu is correct. 7. Stop the current recording or wait until the recording is finished. there is no software available for your product at that time. 14. Cannot playback. In case it has been a long time since you last recorded. • The default password is always 0000. Delete unnecessary programmes and make space for new recording. Remote control does not operate. Check audio type or soundtrack option in the AV menu. 10. This kind of noise is inevitable but seldomly noticeable. 12. Appendix 6. Replace the batteries in the remote control for a new set.14. Check if recording is overlapped with another channel. 8. use the Smartcard. To control the product. The product makes a humming noise. If there is no message displayed requesting an update. GB73 User’s Manual .

LNB is internally short. Replace LNB Cable. Confirm whether the channel is currently on air. Change the LNB. Problem with LNB. but no audio or video is provided. Increase the LNB voltage or connect a signal amplifier. The channel has a signal. but no audio is provided. The channel has not been deleted by broadcasting company.3 Error Message Error message Possible causes The satellite dish is not pointing at the satellite. Audio not available. The channel is scrambled or not available. Change to a larger dish. Wrong antenna setting. LNB cable is short. The channel can only be viewed with the appropriate model that supports data channels. Press the audio button on your remote control to confirm that the channel has audio options. Signal is too weak. What to do Adjust dish alignment. GB74 User’s Manual . Appendix 14. No or bad signal Satellite dish is too small. Remove the alien substance and contact local Service centre in case damaged has occurred. Remove the channel from the channel list and check for new transponder details. Short LNB Alien substance is inserted in LNB IN Port and port may be damaged. The channel has a video signal. The channel is for data broadcasting.14. Replace LNB. Set the antenna correctly.

3V(+14.2V Version1.14. PAL 15MB/s Max 4:3.7/8 DVB-S2: Auto.3/5.9/10 (QPSK) Auto. SCD (Single Cable Distribution) QPSK. 1.5/6.5/6.3V(+19.3V at high voltage) LNB Rating : LNB 1 IN: Max. 13/18V 250mA LNB 2 IN: Max.5/6. MPEG4 HD HP@L4.0.2.3/4.7 ± 0.3V at high voltage) Horizontal : +18.3/4.3/5.8/9. 8PSK • • DVB-S : 2-45MS/s DBV-S2 : 10-30MS/s(QPSK/8PSK) DVB-S: Auto. IEC 169-24.2/3.2/3. Appendix 14.4/5. USALS. Dolby-AC3 Audio Single channel/Dual channel/Joint stereo/Stereo GB75 User’s Manual . 13/18V 500mA LNB Power & Polarisation 22KHz Tone DiSEqC Control Demodulation Input Symbol Rate FEC Mode Frequency : 22 ± 4KHz Amplitude : 0. 576p. 720p. Female 950MHz to 2150MHz -25 to -65dBm • • • Vertical : +13. 576i MPEG-1 Layer II.9/10 (8PSK) MPEG Transport Stream A/V Decoding Transport Stream Profile Level Input Rate Video Format Video Resolution Audio Decoding Audio Mode MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818 Transport Stream Specification MPEG-2 MP@ML.1/2.2/3. 16:9 1080i.4 Specification Tuner & Channel Input Connector Frequency Range Signal Level F-Type.1/2.8/9.

RGB) VCR-SCART(CVBS. 50/60Hz SMPS Max. HDMI/HDCP TV-SCART.c. VCR-SCART. S-Video) RCA-Type(CVBS).0 Host (5 V 500mA Max. Appendix Memory Flash Memory RAM EEPROM Audio/Video Video Audio Data Port USB Power Supply Input Voltage Type Power Consumption Protection Physical Specification Size Weight (Net) Operating Temperature Storage Temperature 380mm × 55mm × 252mm 3.14.1kg 0 ºC to +45 ºC -10 ºC to +70 ºC 90-250V a. 50W Separate internal fuse.S-Video. S/PDIF(Digital Audio Output) 16MB 256MB 8KB GB76 User’s Manual . The input should be protected against lightning. Audio L/R.. USB 2.) TV-SCART(CVBS.

including a short summary or commentary for each program. 7. GB77 User’s Manual . EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) An electronic equivalent to a printed television listings magazine. 6. Frequency The property of a signal measured in cycles per second (=Hz). In this way. Dolby Digital An encoding system that digitally compresses up to 5. FEC (Forward Error Correction) A technique for error control of data transmission. A low frequency effect (LFE) channel is included providing the sound needed for special effects. which is the range of 16Hz~20KHz. right front. LNB (Low Noise Block) A device that is mounted on an arm facing your satellite dish. The information supplied in the EPG is sent and updated by the channel broadcaster. A LNB converts signals received from satellite to a lower frequency and sends them to a satellite receiver via coaxial cable. Hi-Fi (High Fidelity) The characteristics of audio devices that can play back all the audio frequencies a person can detect. 8. Sometimes it is used to indicate good quality of audio devices such as stereo tape recorders.5 Glossary 1. 9. 10.14. FTA (Free. 5. HDD (Hard Disk Drive) The primary computer storage medium. OSD (On Screen Display) OSD displays the basic information necessary for the users to configure monitor or TV settings. contrast. left surround. right surround) into a single Bitstream. cable or terrestrial systems. 4. DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) Set of standards that define digital broadcasts using satellite. a specially designed receiver can control numerous LNBs through a DiSEqC switching box. Appendix 14. and screen size and position.To-Air) An unscrambled broadcaster allowing customers to view channels or services without paying any subscription. DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) A DiSEqC compatible receiver relies on a switching box which detects the 22kHz tone pulsing rapidly on and off. centre.1 discrete channels of audio (left front. 2. 11. 3. which is made of one or more aluminum or glass platters. focusing on satellite signals. OSD information may include brightness. tuning. it is an application used with digital set-top boxes and digital television sets to list current and scheduled programs that are or will be available on each channel. RGB adjustment. coated with a ferromagnetic material.

Trick-Play Pause. through a broadcast system. Each device will have a 21-pin female connection. S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface format) A standard format for the transfer of digital audio signals. which could degrade the signal quality. SCART A 21-pin connector standard to connect two pieces of Audio-Visual equipment such as a TV and a VCR. Polarisation The direction of the electrical and magnetic fields of a signal. Commercial Skip. 18. RF (Radio Frequency) Television signals are modulated onto RF signals and are then demodulated by your television’s or STB’s tuner. 14. 21. Fast Forward/Fast Backward. Instant Replay. PVR (Personal Video Recorder) Video recorder that can record and playback programmes directly using the embedded hard disk drive(s). 19. QPSK (Quaternary Phase Shift Keying) Digital modulation technique in which the carrier phase can have one of four possible values. 13. a cable with male connection at both ends is used for connecting the devices. GB78 User’s Manual . A transponder is one distribution section of the satellite. Manufacturers reserve the right for deciding the release of the software for their products. 20. a technology for transmitting video signals via a cable. S-Video (Super-Video) Sometimes referred to as Y/C video. 17. PID (Packet Identifier) A set of numbers identifying stream packets contained within a single data stream. It is a video signal transmission in which the luminance (brightness) and the chrominance (colour) signals are transmitted separately to achieve superior picture clarity. 23. Appendix 12. It allows the transfer of digital audio between two devices without any conversion to and from analogue. 22. OTA (Over the Air) A standard for the transmission of software for equipment. 15.14. Slow Motion. Transponder A satellite is divided up in parts called transponders. Repeat A-B. Each transponder can be used for distribution of several channels or services. TSR (Time Shifted Recording) A function that records the present programme temporarily to support trick-play. 16. Satellites use both vertical and horizontal polarisation so a frequency can be used twice.

uk www.co. freesat@humax-digital. please contact your local retailer to obtain the appropriate authorization.co. software upgrade and product support is provided in the following websites and call centres.uk English E-mail: Website: Language: GB79 User’s Manual .co. UK Tel: Opening Hours: 0844 669 8800 Mon-Fri: 09:00-17:30 Excluding bank holidays Calls charged at local rate from a BT landline.14. Appendix 14.humax-digital.freesat. Other operators may vary.6 Service and Support Information concerning troubleshooting.uk / www. Should your product require warranty service.

Select the mode (TV.11 MENU AUDIO MUTE POWER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 LIST MENU GB80 User’s Manual .14. If the product does not power off. AUDIO) you want to set by pressing the corresponding button on the remote control. 3. PVR. Appendix 14. 6. Every time a number is entered. Enter the 4-digit code. DVD. Remote Control Function List The keys on the remote control function as in the list below. the button will blink twice.7 Using the Universal Remote Control 1. 2. Keep pressing the button for 3 seconds until the button lights on. Key TV MUTE STANDBY PVR TV DVD AUDIO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 LIST MENU PVR TV DVD AUDIO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 LIST MENU DVD MUTE POWER DIGIT 1 DIGIT 2 DIGIT 3 DIGIT 4 DIGIT 5 DIGIT 6 DIGIT 7 DIGIT 8 DIGIT 9 DIGIT 0. 5. The setup is complete. 4. • Try several setting codes and select the code that has the most functions. If a valid 4-digit code is entered. Press the OK button and the mode button will blink three times. repeat the instruction from 3 to 5. the product will power off. the button will blink. Note: Some keys may not function depending on the product. Note: • When no code is entered for one minute the universal setting mode will switch to normal mode. The button will blink once. When the fourth digit is entered.

CHAPTER SKIP. CHAPTER + RED GREEN YELLOW PROGRAMME GUIDE OK UP LEFT RIGHT DOWN EXIT. SEARCH FORWARD. PP. SCAN + SKIP -. RECALL. OSD. DISPLAY P+ PTEXT - AUDIO PLAY PAUSE STOP RECORD. TV RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE GUIDE OK UP LEFT RIGHT DOWN EXIT LAST. OSD. LAST CHANNEL VOL+ VOLINFO.14. RETURN CLEAR VOL+ VOLINFO. LANGUAGE RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE MEDIA GUIDE OK UP LEFT RIGHT DOWN EXIT BACK VOL+ VOLOPT+ P+ PTEXT RED GREEN YELLOW BLUE MEDIA GUIDE OK UP LEFT RIGHT DOWN EXIT BACK VOL+ VOLI OPT+ P+ PTEXT AUDIO GB81 User’s Manual . TRACK +. SEARCH REVERSE. OPEN CLOSE REWIND. Appendix Key TV PLAY PAUSE STOP RECORD FAST BACKWARD FAST FORWARD PREVIOUS(REPLAY) NEXT(SKIP) DVD TEXT EXPAND TEXT HOLD PIP INPUT PIP MOVE PIP OFF PIP TEXT MIX TEXT OFF. SCAN FAST FORWARD. TRACK -. DISPLAY P+ PPVR MENU AUDIO.

TV/AV SLEEP TEXT SIZE. TEXT UPDATE SOURCE. Appendix Key SUB TV/RADIO SCHEDULE TV SUB TV/RADIO SCHEDULE ADD BOOKMARK BOOKMARK SLOW DVD SUBTITLE. DVD/HDD DVD TITLE SLOW. FTB WIDE. DTV. ZOOM AUDIO SUBTITLE HDD. TEXT EXPAND. ATV TEXT SUBPAGE TEXT TIME TEXT INDEX TEXT POSITION TEXT CANCEL. ASPECT. CC TV/DTV ATV/DTV. FORMAT. AV. 55INPUT. LANGUAGE. DTV/TV. DIGITIAL ANALOG TV.14. STEP SOURCE. TV/DISK SLEEP ZOOM SOURCE SLEEP V-FORMAT WIDE SOURCE SLEEP V-FORMAT WIDE GB82 User’s Manual . D/A. TV/DVD. 16:9.

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0349. 1612. 0009. 0247 0891. 0370. 0486. 1189. 0621 Dell Denko Denon Denver DER Desmet DGM Diamant Diamond DiBoss Digatron Digihome Digiline Digimate Digital Device Digitek Digitrex Digix Media Dixi DL DMTech Domeos Domland Dream Vision DTS Dual 1264. 0320. 0264. 0009 0074. 1553. 0487. 0087. 0009. 0672. 2001 0668 0394 1704 0009 0037. 1687 0808 0037. 1037. 1982 0556. 0634. 1531 1248. 0374. Appendix Clayton CMS CMS Hightec Concorde Condor Conia Conrac Contec Continental Edison Cosmel Crosley Crown 1037 0216 0217 0009 0037. 1037. 1037. 0036. 0876. 0516. 0216 1267 0037. 0009 0218. 0418 0820. 0217 1437. 0880. 0865. 2032 0217 0070. 1376. 1202.2096 0193 0037. 1374 0037. 0499. 0093. 1902. 0247 0037. 0105 0890 1606 1521. 1267.0009 0672 0218. 0247 0247 1756 0060. 1988. 0894. 0009. 0412. 0009. 0272.0411. 0418. 1667 0037. 0661. 0352.14. 0287 0037. 1964. 0009. 0247. 0009. 0778. 0208 1326 0037. 1783 0773 0037 Crown Mustang CS Electronics CTC CTX Curtis Mathes Cybertron Cytronix D-Vision Daewoo Dainichi Daitsu Dansai Dansette Dantax Datsura Davis Dawa Daytek Dayton Daytron De Graaf DEC Decca Dual Tec Dumont Durabrand Dux Dynatech Dynatron e-motion E:max Easy Living Ecco ECE GB85 User’s Manual . 0216. 0104. 1981 0208 0736 0037 1207. 1709 2056 0880 0037. 0668. 0217.1598. 0216. 1652. 0259. 0208. 0218. 0370. 1307. 0145. 0715. 0282. 0715. 1374. 0087. 0216 0487. 0486. 0339. 1994. 0208.0624. 0217. 1988 0037 0217 0037 1709 1324. 1812.0394. 0037. 0036. 1916. 1820. 1149. 0072. 0451 0218 1298 0556. 1403 0264 0145 0037. 0216. 0072. 0374 0548. 1634. 1652. 1498. 0166. 0217. 0163. 0217. 1326 1338. 1207. 0370. 0163. 0087. 0217 0412 0714. 0343. 1898. 0216.0712. 0320 1890 0037 0825 1474 0037 1149. 1137. 0451. 0714. 2050. 1324. 0606. 0044. 0778. 1909. 0109. 0087. 0544. 0668. 1376 0009. 0587. 0035. 0037. 0519. 1652.

0163. 0630 0087. 1612. 0217 0037 0037. 0009. 1585.0217. 1907 0037. 0259. 0735. 0163 0264. 0163. 0668. 0009 0361. 0009. 0435. 1163. 0668. 0451. 1667. 0259. 0218. 0163. 0037. 0218. 1298. 0809. 0880. 0216. 1394. 0320 0264. 0072. 1719. 0625. 0349 0037. 1037. 0853 0009. 0217 0009. 0343. 0361. 0217. 0551. 0516. 0606. 1373. 0714. 0208. 0217. 0217. 0320 0087. 0370. 0548. 0374 0093. 0247 1373 0009. 0715. 1606. 1731 0060 1770. 0282. 1728 1728 1756 2031 0163. 0001. 0191. 0217.0193. 1666. 0668. 0516 0264. 0808. 0206. 0492. 0714. 0218. 0411. 0093 0037. 0264. 0560. 0370 1755 0218. 0516. 0473. 0247. 1208 0037 0037. 0290. 0411. 0217. 0009. 0471 0009 0037. 0349. 0178. 1471. 0443. 0109. 0683. 0371. 1666 0714. 1833. 0840 1371 0037 0037. 0624. 0208. 0371. 0104. 0163. 0178. 0544 0037.1363. 0516 1248. 0216. 0208. 0087. 2081 0668 0216 0037. 0087. 0178. 0171. 0247. 0377 Firstline Fisher Flint Force Forgestone Formenti Formenti-Phoenix Fortress Fraba Friac Frontech Fujimaro Fujitsu Fujitsu General Fujitsu Siemens Funai Galaxi Galaxis Gateway GBC GE GEC Geloso General General Technic Genexxa Gericom Go Video Gold Goldfunk GoldHand GoldStar Emperor Envision Epson Erae Erres ESC Etron Eurofeel Euroman Europa Europhon Evesham Evesham Technology Evolution Excors Expert Exquisit FairTec Fenner Ferguson Fidelity Filsai GB86 User’s Manual . 0264. 0217. Appendix Edison-Minerva Eiki Elba-Sharp Elbe Elcit Elekta Element Elfunk ELG Elin Elite Elta Emco Emerson 0487 0735 0516 0556. 1191. 0037. 0374 0037. 0544. 0105. 0072. 0349. 0320 0216. 0218. 0109. 0195. 0009 0247 0037. 1595. 1935. 0104. 1817 0037 0037.0412. 0361. 0072. 0247. 0455. 0321. 1308. 0610. 0714. 0370 0037. 0411. 0486. 0412 0808. 0714. 0346. 0045. 0715. 0206. 0163. 0264. 0072. 0217. 0610. 0808. 0044. 1037. 0499 0264. 0217. 0346 0556. 0480. 0370. 0259 0037. 0292. 0282.14.0349. 2077. 0631. 0163. 0683 0808. 1290. 0216. 0070 0556. 1371. 1606. 0216. 0361. 0247.0362. 0833.0621. 0163. 0163. 0865. 2053 0037. 0287. 0544 0217 Finlandia Finlux 0548. 0036. 0516 0009. 0247 0865 0009. 0361. 0548. 0264. 1909. 1248. 0370. 0361. 0072 1149 0193 0037. 0163. 1556. 0361. 0216. 0217 0037. 0073. 0335. 0512. 1217. 0320. 0282 1687 1037. 0009. 0072. 1206.0087. 0361. 0163. 0217. 0193. 0335. 0287. 0104. 0374 0109. 0624 0282 1365 0881. 0610. 0370. 0247. 0374. 0072. 0009. 0070. 0206. 0037. 1298. 0087.0163.

0217 Hemmermann Hifivox Higashi Highline Hikona Hinari Hisawa Hisense Hit Hitachi 0349. 0370. 0037. 0578. 0037. 1149 0370 0218 0037. 1682. 1854. 0072. 0163. 0706. 2127. 1604 0264. 0009 0217 0556. 0714. 0208. 0714. 0264. 1615. 4000. 1376. 1539. 0070. 0443. 0216. 0374. 0625. 1298. 1375. 0009. 0371. 1194.0217. 0217. 1916. 0797. 0865.2055. 0225. 1660. 0418 0009. 0808. 2001 0698. 0320.1037. 0044. 1613 0877. 0145. 1667. 1606. 0480. 0216. 0264. 1196. 0356. 0247 0361 0556. 0780. 1869. 1163. 1916. 1556 0606 0037 0218. 0371 0218. 0339.0661. 1481. 0508. 0544 0109 0216 0037.G Hannspree Hanseatic Hantarex Hantor Harsper Harwa Harwood Hauppauge Havermy HCM Hema GB87 User’s Manual . 0544. 0282. 1376 0216. 1612. 1776. 1667. 1163. 1484. 0339. 0037. 1954. 1748. 0625. 0355. 0361. 2074. 0036. 0516. 1269 0037. 1800. 1037. 1259. 0374 0890. 1645. 1535. 1613. 1308. 0865. 0035. 0630. 0610. 0587. 0264. 0072. 0737. 1935.1873. 1352. 0469. 1223. 0282. 0037. 1691. 0361. 1037. 1908 1783 1348. 0487. 0218. 0714.1371. 0178. 0441. 0880. 0195. 0282. 0036. 0455. 1225.0045 0556. 0036. 0282 0556. 1294.0208. 0217. 0371. 0264.1908 0714. 0744. 0218. 1163 0648 0037. 0519. 0634. 0480.0343. 0481. 0394. 0412 0037 0093 0037.0191. 0218. 0009. 0217. 0877.1772. 0621 0778. 1821. 0610. 1281. 0715. 4001. 0634. 1983 0037. 1727. 0217 0178 0216. 1149. 0487. 0163. 0109. 0072 0108 0610. 0672. 0560.0719. 0217. 0356. 0009 0087 0714. 0377. 0343. 1053 0714. 0218. 0217. 0668. 0499. 0282. 1513. 0264. 1037. 0218.2053. 0218. 0634. 1376. 0880. 0009. 1191. 0624.0516. 0374. 0516. 1374. 1137. 0217 0218. 1532. 0217 0009. 0487. 0443 1163 0808. 0516. 0108. 0890. 0668. 0217. 0349.0865.14. 1465 0037 0865 0773. 1217 2181. 0217. 0009. 1501. 1217 Gorenje GPM Gradiente Graetz Gran Prix Granada Grandin Hitachi Fujian Hitsu HMV Hoeher Home Electronics Hornyphon Hoshai Huanyu Hugoson Humax HYD Hygashi Hyper Hypersonic Hypson Hyundai Iberia ICE ICeS iDEAL Igo IISonic Iiyama Gronic Grundig Grunkel H&B Haier Halifax Hallmark Hampton Hanimex Hanns. 2053. 0715. 1687. 0335. 0535. 0009. 1909. 2056. 1783. 1308. 0412. 0576. 0264 0218. 0876. 1338.0455. 0714. 0320.0455. 1363. 0560. 0777. 0349. 1899 0037 0037. 1720. 0668. 0455. 1295. 0343. 2098 0087 0037. 0163. 1377.0492. 0216 1556 1224 1376. 0661. 0290. 0455. 0865. 0009 0037.1598. 0108. 0282 0216. 1719. 0216. 0548. 0036. 0808. 0473.1900. 0469.1045. Appendix Gooding Goodmans 0487 0556. 1206.0292. 0630. 0499. 0163. 1376. 1314. 0499. 0036. 2057. 0554. 0105. 0087. 1351. 0624. 0226. 1576. 0473. 0170. 0487. 0486. 0037. 0884. 0548. 1468. 0218. 2027 0556.

0163. 0610. 0362. 0074. 0247. 0208. 0473. 0778. 0218. 0435 1037 1326. 0455. 0455. 0218. 1634. 0216.0519.0349. 0218.14. 0361. 1818. 0247. 0009.0247. 0443. 0349 0037. 1556. 0101 0037. 0455. 0339. 0371 Korpel 0548. 0290. 0247. 0371. 0754. 1893 0216 0706 0800 0037. 0217. 0374. 1298 Kiss 0037. 0610. 1149. 0377. 0435. 0371. 0264. 0668 0556. 0880 0371 Korting Kosmos Kotron Koyoda Kreisen KTV Kuba Kyoshu Kyoto L&S Electronic LaSAT Lava Lavis Leader Lecson Lemair Lenco Lenoir Lentec Lesa Kolster Konig Konka Kneissel Kennedy Kennex Keymat Kingsley Kaisui Kamp Kapsch Karcher Kathrein Kawa GB88 User’s Manual . 0282 0217. 2118 0037. 1504. 1437. 1037.0349. 0217. 0551. 0894 0487 0037 0370. 0411. 0418. 0037. 0624 Kobra 0037. 0610. 0218. 1164. 0487. 0206. 0163. 0264. 0218. 0641. 2089 0037 Kawasho KB Aristocrat Kendo 0216 0163 0037. 0218. 0610. 1511. 0731. 0036. 0752. 0292. 0473. 0634. 0259 0714. 0650.1163 0519 Kioto 0865. 0264. 0653. 0087. 0418 0163. 0072. 0480 0037. 0009. 0544 0548. 0683. 1653. 0349. 1516 0714. 0009. 0512 0556. 0282. 0370. 0193. 0648. 0516. 0346. 0163. 0247 Kiton 0037. 0087. 1206. 1983 0009. 0487. 0370. 0519 0037. 1900 0009 0876. 1430. 0320 0037 0412. 1585 0163. 0362. 0247. 0808. 0327. 0217 0714. 0865 0486 1474 1037 0009 0037 0411 0037. 0206. 0714. 0104. 0093. 0371. 0499 1467 0037.0418. 0163. 0394. 0247. 0606. 0486. 0264. 0724 0037. 0374. 1890. 0374 1982 0036.0349. 0418. 0216. 0370. 0587. 0217. 0610. 0282 0216 0361. 0282.1982 0556. 1189 1531 0247 0736. 0163 0009 0218. 0320 Kontakt 0037. 0346. 0208. 1771. 0610. 1474 0217 0349 0412. 0218. 0339. 1513 0035 0556. 0247. 0499 1702 0712 1435 0556 0606. 0009. 0193.0411. 0282. 0264. 0361. 0200. 0104. 0361. 0480. Appendix Imperial Indiana InFocus Ingelen Ingersol Inno Hit Innovation Innowert Interbuy Interfunk Internal Intervision Irradio Isukai ITC ITS ITT ITT Nokia ITV JDV Jean JEC JMB JNC Jocel Jouge Jubilee JVC 0037. 1053. 1352. 0290. 0218. 0216. 0370. 1909. 0259. 0630. 0377. 0009. 0247. 0109. 0606. 0282.

1037. 1148. 0714. 2028. 1137. 0087. 0009 0650 1755. 0178. 0554 0037.0880. 1663. 1860.1935. 0554. 0335. 0216. 1532 0087 MEI Memorex Memphis Mercury Metronic Metz MGA Micromaxx Microspot Microstar Mikomi Minato Minerva Minoka Mirai Mirror Mistral Electronics Mitsai Mitsubishi Medialine Mediator Medion Madison MAG Magnadyne Magnafon Magnavox Magnin Magnum Mandor Manesth Manhattan Maqma Marantz Marelli GB89 User’s Manual . 0163. 0535. 0412 1666. 1982 1206. 0290. 1637. 0009 0625 0037. 0009. 0361. 1702. 1964 0556. 0544. 0480. 0191. 0411 0037.0519. 0093. 0208. 0217. 0516 0036. 1667.0447.0216. 0714. 0374. 0361. 1507 0037. 0487.0790. 1305. 0163. 0374. 1267. 1916. 1606. 0072 0037. 1474 1467. 0208.1556. 0290.0349. 0648. 0217. 1664. 0773. 0104. 0668. 0519 Megas 1982 Megatron 1037. 0045. 0374. 0808.0191. 0163. 2029. 1325 0037 0037. 0208. 0193. 2030 0668.0492. 0349. 0108.0512. 0370. 0105. 0715. 0661. 0356. 1533 0178.14. 0037. 0668. 1522 Liesenk & Tter Liesenkotter Lifetec Lloyd’s Local India TV Lodos Loewe Logic Logik Logix Luker Luma Lumatron Lux May Luxor LXI M Electronic Matsushita 0009. 0516. 0715. 0349.0247. 0535. 0668. 0163. 0746. 1217. 0009. 0036. 0343. 1149. 0264. 0072. 0163. 1191. 0698. 0011. 0487. 0744. 1842. 0587. 1037. 0655. 0037. 0362. 0218. 0346. 0087.1423. 1037. 0698. 1248. 0346. 2001 1614 0808 1037. 1037. 0480. 0009 0037 1498. 0109. 1652. 0217. 0714. 0327 0037. 0443. 0206. 1900. 0195. 0535. 0411. 0778. 0009. 0292. 0880. 0216. 0473. 0001. 1163 0156 0037. 0087. 0287. 1202. 0036. 1413 Maxent 1037. 0009. 1907 0037. 0808. 1687 0087. 1556. 0264. 1149 Maxim 0037. 0512. 2001 0610 0145. 1768. 0516. 0108. 0259. 0683 0009 Mark Marks and Spencer Marquant Mascom Master’s Masuda Matsui 0037. 0247. 0876. 0631. Appendix Lexsor Leyco LG 1196. 0516. 0714. 1149 0037 0195. 1037. 0371. 0377. 0412. 0060. 0388. 1398. 0191. 1871 0499 0218 0556. 0178. 0320 0037. 0206. 0714. 0544 0073. 0195. 0217. 0073. 0455. 0037. 0633. 0355. 2072 1900 0193 1556 0556. 0264. 0361. 0001. 0762 1166. 1666. 0009. 1163. 0037 0556. 0715. 0037. 1265. 0630. 0744. 1884 2107 1037. 1840. 0037. 0868. 0072 0556. 1289 0264 0037. 0668. 0704. 0602. 0259 0037. 1437. 0512. 0512. 0178 1037 1037. 1471. 1037. 0009 0548. 0374 1846 2056 1556. 0217. 1324. 0516. 1789 0556. 0714. 0163. 0370. 0714. 0668. 0217. 0035. 1166. 0216. 0880.1687. 1721.0433. 0011 1907 0037. 0272. 0367. 0195. 0035. 0217. 1137. 1836. 0247. 1037. 0178 0009. 0011.1859. 0634. 1852. 0070. 0245.

0492. 0290. 0355. 1289. 0216. 0217. 0195. 1037. 0320. 0216. 0544.0516. 2050 Nokia 0193 0037. 0349. 0610. Appendix Mivar Mogen Monaco Morgan’s Motorola MTC MTEC MTlogic Multibroadcast Multitec Multitech Murphy Musikland Mx Onda MyCom Myrica Myryad NAD Naiko Nakimura Narita NAT National NEC Neckermann NEI Neon Neovia Nesco Nesx Netsat NetTV Neufunk New Tech New World Nextier NFREN 0216. 2005. 0343. 0714. 0035. 0371 Opera 1267. 0320. 1982 Okano 0037. 0320. 2129 0037 1206 0037. 0361. 0609 1683. 0610. 0512 Nobliko 0272 Nogamatic 0714. 0374 1384 0548.0346. 0218. 0216 0218. 0714. 0009. 1384. 0166 1263. 0105. 0191. 1196. 0370. 0037. 0876.14.0217 0714 0178 0070. 0349. 0247 Normerel 1498. 2112. 0218. 0216 0109 0548. 1732 Optimus 0865. 1338. 0037. 0880. 1224 0714 1709. 0349.1954. 0037. 1206. 0247. 0374 Olidata 1982 Omega 0226 Onida 0226 Onimax 0036. 1037. 0361. 0668. 0011 0037. 0037. 0072 1376 0264 1053. 0272.0374. 0163. 0216.1413. 0264. 0217. 0247 0104. 0245. 2031. 0486. 0287. 0208. 2029. 0218. 0087. 0339. 0370. 1687 Northern Star 1376 Novatronic 1666 Novita 0556 Oceanic 0037. 0631 1365. 0208. 0264. 0292. 0163. 1037 0516 0556. 0170. 0009. 2130. 0371. 1622. 0037. 2007. 0411. 0433. 0009. 1588 0217 0037. 0370. 0374. 0374. 1376. 0606. 0753. 0343 Ormond 0218 Orsowe 1598 Osaki 0800 Optoma Orbit Orcom Orion Onn Onwa Onyx Nordic Nordmende GB90 User’s Manual . 0361. 1371. 0412 0093 Nikko 0370. 0412. 0217. 2055. 0560. 0865 Odeon 0037. 1820 0009 0037 Nicam Nicamagic Nikkai Nikkei 0544 0216 0037. 0321. 0163. 0320.0327. 1674 0037 1504 0556. 1270. 0060. 1373. 1704 0556. 0072. 0200. 0714. 0606. 0009. 0516. 1994 0247 1732 0037 0762 0556. 0072. 0355. 1770 0037 0650. 2125. 0554 0037. 1037. 1908. 0473 0264 0037. 0655. 0036. 0486. 0480. 0264. 2001. 0109. 0418. 0443.1964. 0009 Orline 0556.0704. 0217. 0009. 2133 0218. 0011. 0473. 0217. 0218 0668. 0602 1709. 0264. 1556 Norcent 0037. 1916. 1722.

1137. 0443. 0320 0109 0009 0060.0217. 0411. 0668. 1645. 1756. 0247. 0715. 0361. 0217. 0621. 0217. 1289. 0374. 0264. 0037. 0361. 0516. 0037. 1324 0735. 0087. 0668. 0200.0374. 0370. 0486. 1556 0037. 0109. 0487. 0074. 0264. 1652. 0163 0009 1556 0037 0037. 0418. 1887. 0037. 1260. 0226. 1687. 0650. 2031. 0216. 1652. 0367. 0349. 0418 0193 0217 0556. 0698. 0535. 1410. 0109. 0216. Appendix Osio Oso Osume Otic Otto Versand 0037. 0193. 0639. 0072. 0009 0714. 1787. 0548. 0195. 0714. 0163. 1137. 0163.1732. 0178 0037. 0412. 0349. 0370. 0200. 0087. 0156. 0772. 1867. 0320 0037 0037 0037. 0512. 0516 0037.0544. 0290 0218 0037. 0737 0876. 0166. 0036. 0714. 0037.1507 0037. 0011 0036 0037 0218. 0486. 0361. 0343. 0423. 0037. 1495. 1269. 0163. 0668. 1636. 0216. 0009. 0486. 0087. 1308. 1865. 0264. 0218. 1376. 0217. 0624 0037. 0554 0556. 0679. 0343.0853. 0009. 0554. 1196. 0544 0361. 0554. 1510 0037. 0264. 0349. 0036. 1800 0037. 1521. 0072. 0009. 1398. 0349. 0093. 1907 0037.14. 0072. 0374. 0370. 0287. 0349. 2001 0556. 0370. 0072. 0193. 0216 0706 0037. 0178.0327. 0361. 0361. 0009. 0009. 0247. 0247. 1521. 0087. 0200.0512. 0339. 1650. 0292. 1310. 1037. 0418. 0104. 1480. 0668. 1741. 2015. 0554. 0217. 0195. 0698. 1687 0556. 1269. 0760. 0191. 0519. 0320. 0087 0037. 0865 0037. 0087. 0247 0037. 1474 0216 0556. 1727. 0264. 0217. 0634. 0216. 0370. 1717 0486. 1720. 0512. 0894 0361. 0516 0217 0891 0264. 0247.0074. 1037. 0216.0630. 0009 0037. 0217 0037. 0191. 0625. 0145. 1037. 1981 0156 0037. 0037. 1523. 0087. 1800 Polaroid Poppy Portland Powerpoint Prandoni-Prince Precision Premier Prima PrimeView Prinston Prinz Profex Profi Profilo Profitronic Proline Prosco Prosonic Protech Proton ProVision Proxima Pvision Pye Pymi QONIX Quadral Quasar Quelle 1498. 1196. 0544. 0370. 0715 0361.0630. 0247. 0247. 0163. 0714. 1037. 1545. 0535. 0349.0282. 1507 1606 1037. 0327. 0070. 0418 0178 0556. 0109. 0191. 2085 0037. 0554 0009 1634 0218 0009. 0411. 0163 0556. 0605. 0714. 0226. 1457. 0037. 1324 1314. 0001. 0247. 1276 0009 0374. 0412. 0321. 0418. 0411 0163. 0072 1498. 0247. 0320 0556. 0370.1506. 0655. 1304. 0163. 0217.0423. 1893.0648 Pacific Packard Bell Pael Palladium Palsonic Panama Panasonic Panavision Pathe Cinema Pathe Marconi Pausa Penney Perdio Perfekt Petters Philco Philex Philharmonic Philips Phocus Phoenix Phonola Pilot Pioneer Questa R-Line Radialva Radiola Radiomarelli RadioShack Radiotone Pionier Plantron Playsonic GB91 User’s Manual . 1037. 0371. 0714. 0282.

0551 0156 0009 0035 0610. 0009 0216. 1276 0556.1585. 1521. 0343. Appendix Rank Rank Arena RBM RCA RealiTV Reality Recor Rectiligne Rediffusion Redstar Reel Multimedia Reflex Relisys Remotec Reoc Revox Rex RFT Roadstar Robotron Rolson Rover Royal Lux Saba Sagem Saisho Saivod Sakai Salora Salsa Sambers Sampo Samsung 0070 0036 0070 0625. 0587. 1588 0610. 0217. 0093. 1037. 0093. 0216. 0193 0548. 0706. 0371. 0072. 1459 0037 0037. 0036. 0109. 0655. 1632. 1207. 0361. 1235.0516. 1313. 0715. 1163. 1208.1324. 1458. 0668. 1393.0282. 1553 SEI Sei-Sinudyne Seleco Semp Sencora Sentra Serino Sharp Scotch Scotland Scott Sears Seaway Seelver SEG Schneider Shintoshi Shivaki Siarem Siemens Siera Siesta Silva Silva Schneider Silvano Silver SilverCrest Singer Sinotec Sandra Sansui GB92 User’s Manual . 1819. 0259. 0191. 0163. 0877. 0618. 0036. 0335.0292. 1249. 1586. 0814. 0498. 0217. 0072. 0163. 0264. 0648. 0830. 0714. 0259. 0037. 0631. 1371. 0362. 0145. 0349. 0195. 1206.1163. 1037 0865. 0206. 0861. 0217 0037. 1981. 0544 0163. 0218. 0544. 0206. 0370. 0217. 1556 0335 0516 1755. 0361. 1907. 0370. 1907 Santon Sanyo 0009 1037. 0346. 1556. 0335. 0668. 1654. 1659. 0009. 0290. 0247. 0259. 2103. 1741 0037. 0171. 0163. 0087. 0486. 1584. 0093. 0216 0036.0818. 0516. 0327. 1649. 0361. 0668. 0037 0370 0037. 0208. 0516. 1647.0287. 1312. 1630. 0516. 0009. 0519. 0648 0037. 0163. 0011. 0349. 0714. 1371 0556. 1193. 0735. 0878. 1037. 0171 0714 0037 0264. 1678. 0349.0045. 0653. 0009. 0412 0625. 0418. 0349. 0621. 0487. 0455. 0876. 0560. 0290. 0433. 0812. 0551 0037. 0036. 0009. 0247. 0163. 0361. 0644. 0087. 1596 0264. 0108. 0247. 0624. 0606. 0548. 0516. 0193. 1900 0087 0819. 1474. 0516 0037.0519. 0335. 0349. 0163. 0361. 0411. 1612. 0178. 1907. 0200. 1667. 0208. 0346 0037 1424 0037.0060. 1166. 0668. 0216. 0535. 0216. 0443 0087. 0093. 1982 0163 0548. 0036 1037 0037. 1598. 0216. 0343. 1371 0877 0370. 0544. 0218. 0374. 0163. 0544 0037. 0714.14. 2097. 0264. 0070 0178 0163 1189 0156. 1189. 0411. 0762 0556. 0011. 0206. 0491. 1437. 0163. 0200. 1982 0587 0715. 0339. 1149. 1191. 1376. 1166. 0104. 1619. 0893. 0544 0037. 0714. 0787. 0668. 0361. 0371. 0217. 1556. 0087 0037. 0087. 0037. 0394. 0729. 0455. 0072. 0206. 0178 0634 1037 0037. 0435 0773 SBR 1267 Schaub Lorenz 1267 0037 0037 0548. 1037. 0362.0352. 0264. 0361. 0037. 0087. 1037.1982.2051.1395. 0356. 0554 0556. 2094. 1137. 0480.1648. 0247. 0218. 0712. 0264. 0163. 0704.0009 0037. 1645. 0217. 0170. 0435. 0516. 0208. 1202.

0544 0356 Sunstar Sunstech Sunwood 0037. 0074. 0009. 0009. 0335 0009 0587. 1376. 0206. 0487. 0163. 0650 1849. 1846 0009 0171 0009 0037. 1377 0668 0487 0865. 0217.1625. 1652 0037. 0320. 1606. 1010. 0171. 0009. 1613. 1037. 0374 0218. 0349. 1848 0880 0800. 0072. 1163 0217 1435 2037 0610. 0163 0218 0037 0370.1248. 1982 0556. 1505. 1615. 2059.1614. 0264. 0355. 2050 0037. 0217 0171. 0163. 0264. 1849. 0009. 0516. 0163 0218. 0353. 1606. 0418. 2001 0037. 1865. 0247 1267. 0512 0037. 1751. 0009. 1374. 1709 0037. 0715. 0548.1613. 1612. 0009 0037. 0163. 1776. 1720. 0109. Appendix Sinudyne Skantic SKY SKY Brazil Sliding SLX Smaragd Soemtron Sogera Sogo Solavox Sonawa Soniko Sonitron Sonix Sonneclair Sonoko Sonolor Sontec Sony 0037. 0009. 0714. 1324. 0471 0037. 1732 0037 0037. 0217. 1787 1149. 0361. 0865 Superla SuperTech Supra Susumu Sutron SVA Swedx Swissflex Swisstec Sydney Sylvania Sysline Sytong T+A Tactus Tandberg Tandy Targa Tashiko Tatung Sound & Vision Soundesign Soundwave Spectra Squareview Ssangyong Standard Starlite Stenway Stern Strato Strong Stylandia SunBrite Sungoo Sunkai TCL TCM Teac Tec Tech Line Tech Lux Techica Technema Technica Technics Technika TechniSat Technisson GB93 User’s Manual . 0037. 0339 1376. 0834. 1551. 1289. 0208. 1513. 0455. 2029. 0282 0548. 0170. 1504. 0093. 0374. 0455. 0011. 2106 0556. 1163. 0218. 1317. 0216. 0217 0037. 1437 1189 0218 0320 0621. 2059. 0361. 1376. 0163. 0264. 0287. 0247. 0621. 1371. 1614. 0374 0178 0037. 0217. 0668. 0361. 0655. 1719. 0072. 1371 0036. 0668. 0217. 0216 0009. 0072. 0865. 1825. 1513. 0320. 2032. 1756 0706. 1556. 0217. 1775. 0411. 1925. 0880. 0370. 1685. 0217. 0178. 1037. 0009. 0282 0037. 0367 0218. 0516 0556. 0272. 0810. 0264. 0218. 0865 1606 2062 2062. 1745.0880. 0009. 0087. 1615. 1651. 0349. 0218. 0698. 0206.0170. 0163. 1324. 1394. 1504. 1848. 1267 0714. 1375. 1864 0037 0216 0447 0272 0361. 1511. 0036. 0259. 0259. 0865 0216. 1511. 0335. 1775. 1191. 1537 0714. 0551 0037. 1289.14.0011 0218. 1553. 0217. 0371 2001 0037 0216. 0208. 0264. 0516. 1745. 0880. 1612. 0808. 0321. 0282 0264. 1298 0320 1376. 0712.

1377 0037. 0087. 0216. 0074. 1289.1524. 0009 1037. 0499. 0217. 1536. 0217. 1037. 0109. 0631. 0335. 0011. 0625. 1588 0037. 0349 0163. 0880. 0394 0037. 0036. 0109. 0327. 0553. 0370. 0335. 0377 0009. 1770. 0618. 1890. 2038 0037. 0650. 2059.0247. 0193 0556. 0320 0556. 0217.0544. 0206. 0320. 0287. 0272. 1037. 1265. 0362. 0808. 0648 0218. 0259. 1037. 0896. 0346. 0374. 0104. 0109. 1982 0037 0037. 1137. 0193. 0009. 0587. 0621.0480 0037. 1037. 1164. 1324. 0554. 0060. 0361. 0216. 1800. 1163. 0070. 0247.14. 0035. 2032. 0553. 0163. 2036. 0411. 0070. 0512. 0715. 0343. 1325 1982 0217. 0206. 0101. 0170. 1037. 0714. 0009. 2062. 1326. 0516 1498. 0156. 0264. 1893. 0349. 1298. 0499. 0499 1702. 1037. 1289. 1498. 0104. 0009. 1709 0009 0795 0060 0876 0287. 1614. 0370. 0471. 0480. 0486. 1163 Tiny Digital 1376 TMK 0556 Tobishi 1040 Tokai 0009. 0508. 1645.0618.0105. 0195. 0163. 1994.0335. 0473 0037.0074. 0374 Unic Line 0780 United 2031. 0109. 0037 0037. 0320 0037 0556. 0074. 1508. 0217. 0264. Appendix Technosonic Technotrend Techwood Teckton Tecnimagen Teco Tedelex Teiron Tek Teknika TELE System Teleavia Telecor Telefunken 0556. 0218. 1374. 0714. 0371. 0512. 0037. 1916. 0217. 0374 1513. 1626 0037 Toyoda 0037. 0072. 1745. 0361.2106 0037. 0009 0216 0217. 0218.0035 Universal Universum Ultravox UMC Transonic Transtec Trident Trio Tristar Triumph Tsoschi TVTEXT 95 TWF Uher Tosumi Towada Tokaido Tokyo Tomashi Topline Toshiba Telefusion Telegazi Telemagic Telemeister Telesonic Telestar Teletech Teleton Televideon Teleview Tempest Tennessee Tensai Tenson Tevion Texet Texla Thes Thomson Thorn GB94 User’s Manual . 0736. 0009. 1935. 0163. 0486. 1849. 2032 1531. 0287. 0349 0009 0264 0556. 1687. 0036.0346. 0587. 0320. 1656. 0343.0498. 0473. 1997 1269 0660 0178 1521 0037. 0105. 0216. 0418. 1702 Thorn-Ferguson Time Tiny 0073.0471. 0247 0036.1248. 0216 0218. 0163. 0625. 0516 0282 0556 1871 0037. 0560. 0343 0037. 1687 0264. 0349. 0714. 0535. 0073. 0218. 1037 0195. 0343. 0282 0668. 0865. 0072. 1556. 1259.1787. 0193. 1037. 0218. 0668. 0832. 0455. 0109. 0343. 0715. 0808. 0492. 0560. 0535. 1437. 0104. 0247. 0625. 0320 0037 0009 0037 0037. 0259. 0259. 0217. 0037. 0374 1037 0035. 0259 Trakton 0735 TRANS-continents 0037. 0290. 1037. 0073. 0036. 0217. 0418. 0668.1982. 0217. 0668. 0200.0241. 0346. 1163. 0335. 0566. 0668. 0668. 0037. 1775. 1606. 0374.

14. Appendix Univox V2max V7 Videoseven Venturer Vestel Vexa Vibrant Victor Videocon Videologic Videologique Videosat VideoSystem Videotechnic Videoton Vidikron Vidtech Viewpia Viewsonic Visiola Vision Vistar Vistron Vivax Vivid Vortec Voxson Waltham Wards Watson Watt Radio Wega Wegavox Welltech Weltblick Weltstar Westinghouse 0037. 0320 0206 1363. 0714. 1526. 0166. 0217. 1217. 0178 Black Diamond 0037. 0861. 0216.1578 0216 0037. 2019 1308. 0216. 0890. 0163 0865 Wharfedale White Westinghouse 0556. 1865 Windsor 0037. 1376. 1542. 0356. 1037. 1330. 0519. 1755. 0216. 1789. 0037. 0009. 0877. 1217. 1585. 1507. 0282 0037 0037.0394. 1265 0339 0880. 0356 0735. 2134 0037. 0216. 1745. 1513. 1667. 0216 0218. 1289. 0320. 0320. 0668. 0320 1037 0890 Blue Sky Daewoo Dantax Emerson Ferguson Fidelity Finlux Firstline 1909 0624. 0880. 1916 1909. 0418 0037. 0370. 1037 0282 0556 0865. 1037. 0833 0037. 0320. 1627. 1217. 0087 0009 0714. 1588. 0009 Windy Sam 0272 World-of-Vision 0036 0508 0218. 0217. 0443 0060. 0217. 0217 0247 0037 0216. 0624 0625. 0217. 0217. 1324. 0668. 0624 1916 1909. 1666. 0218. 0087. 2055. 1556. 1326 1308 0037 0037. 0109. 1163. 0218. 0217. 1667 Windstar 0037.1988. 0087. 0519. 0163. 0073 0171 0104 0624 Yorx Ytawai Zanussi Zenith Zenor TV/VCR Combo Aiwa Amstrad Beko 1916 0171 0486 X-View Xenius XLogic Xomax Xoro Xrypton Yakumo Yalos Yamaha Yamishi Yokan Yoko GB95 User’s Manual . 1983. 0661 0860 1770 1196. 1755 Wilson 1545. 0217 0624. 1298. 1376. 1625 0217. 0349. 0156. 1398 0178 0876 1511. 0668. 1576. 0374 0163. 0247. 1037. 0418. 1437 0163. 0264. 2146 0037 1613 1771 0797. 0544 0037. 0009. 1727. 0036. 0624 0556 0668. 0218.1732 1191 0634.0339 0218 1531 0206. 0163. 1267. 0455. 1606. 1243.

1351. 1140. 1908 1909. 0898. 2256 0713 GB96 User’s Manual . 2236 1620 0898. 2195 0770. 0730. 1923 1152. 1916 1908 0036.1695. 1493 0539. 0672. 2256 0533. 1695. 0790. 0624. 0713. 0554. 1923 0672. 1916 0624 0556. 1224. 0850 0770. 1151. 1243 0790. 0374. 1321. 0195. 0713. 1480 1115 0539. 0122. 1907 0625 Samsung Sanyo Schneider SEG Sharp Siemens Sony Teac Technics Telefunken Thomson United Universum White Westinghouse TV/VCR/DVD Combo Bush Ferguson Grundig Matsui Orion 1907 1907 0556. 2241 1923 1224 1224 1620. 0093 1908. 1115. 0695. 1493 0672. 1254. 1530. 0646. 0624 0724 0178 1907 1916 1907 0556. 0788. 0759. 1004. 0790. 0037 0624 0556 0093. 1233. 0675. 0037. 2256 1151 Code Altacom Amitech Amstrad Amuseer AMW Ansonic Apex Digital Arena Aristona ASCOMTEC Asono Atacom Audiola Audiosonic Audix 1224 0770. 1242. 0713. DVD Code List Brand DVD Player 3D LAB 4Kus A-Trend Acoustic Solutions AEG AFK Airis Aiwa Akai Akira Akura Alba Alize 0539 1158 0714 0730. 1140. 1233.14. 0037 0624 0093 0037 1505. 1907 0037 1909. 2335 1923. 1916 1907 0556. 0826. 1925 0171 0556 0074 0625 1916 0105 0624 1954 1935 1954 1935 1954 2. Appendix GE GoldStar Goodmans Grandin Grundig Hanimex Hinari Internal Irradio LG Magnin Matsui MGA Mitsubishi Orion Penney Philips Portland Radiola RCA Saba 0093. 2082. 0717. 1233. 0788. 1994. 1493 1351 0872 0831.

1115. 1351. 1358 0872 0872. 1347 1115 0872 0770. 0872 1643. 0651 Denver 0695 0730. 0831. 0651. Appendix Autovox Auvio Axion Basic Line Baze BBK Bellagio Bellwood Belson Belsonic Berthen Binatone Biostek Black Diamond Blu:sens Blue Nova International Blue Sky BlueTinum Boghe Boman Bose Brainwave Brandt Broksonic Bush 0713 0843 0730 0713. 0634. 1441. 0717. 0672. 1321 CMX Coby Codex Commax Compacks Contel Continental Edison Crown Cybercom CyberHome Cytron D-Vision Daenyx Daewoo Dalton 1643 0730. 1227. 1730 0672. 0675. 2261 0751 0789.2256 0665 0843 0672 0651 2235 0713 0713. 0705. 0672. 1601. 0551. 0872 0770. 0843 Dantax 1493 Daytek 1004 Dayton 0898 DCE 2023 Decca 0770. 1923 0730 1730. 0713. 0898. 0714. 1492 0826. 1351 1233 1321. 0713. 1923. 1530. 1923 0713 Denzel Desay Dgtec Diamond Difrnce Digihome DigiLogic Digitech Digitek Digitrex Digix Media DiK Dinamic Disney DiViDo Cambridge Audio Cat CCE cello Centrum CGV Chili Cinea Cinetec CJ Digital Classic Clatronic Clayton GB97 User’s Manual . 2235 0788 0831. 0723. 1994 0751. 1158 0831 0770. 0790. 1634 0672. 0788. 1695. 0816 0651. 0872. 2173 0730. 1115 0831 0714. 1321. 1140. 1832. 0705. 0213. 0788. 0713. 1695 0539. 0790.1419. 0789. 1115 0490. 0832. 2112. 1493. 2186 0675. 1994 0898 1224 1004 0826 1493. 1923 1493 1643 1923 1601 0713 1233. 1663 1832 0122 2261 0826 0831 0788 0831 0705 1321 Dansai 0695. 1436. 1493 0841 0713. 0723. 1436. 1923.1663 1036 0770.14. 0713. 1115 1492. 0713. 1115 Denon 0503. 1233. 1420. 2256.

2173 1233. 0713. 1233. 0723. 0664. 0705. 2173 0717 0539. Appendix DK Digital Dragon DreamX DSE Dual Durabrand E:max eBench ECC Eclipse Elfunk Elin Ellion Elta Eltax Emerson Enterprise EuroLine F&U Fenner Ferguson Finlux Fintec Firstline Fisher Funai Gateway GE Global Link Global Solutions Global Sphere Go Video Gold GoldStar Goodmans GoWell GPX 0831. 1233 0695 0717 1036 0665 0730 1530 0695 0623. 0790 0702. 0898. 1151. 1321. 1233. 0898 0713. 1254. 1164. 0790. 1923 0831. 1923 0713 1383 0843 0573. 0730 1224. 0675 1158 0717 1224 0768 1152 0869 2112 0741. 0788. 1670 GVG 1152 H&B 0730 Hanseatic 0723. 0670. 0790. 1224. 0539. 1436. 1036. 0705 0591 0675. 1152. 1530 0770. 0751 1530 0713. 0651. 0788. 1530. 1444. 1493 0770 0122. 0665. 2173 0741. 0651. 1695. 1115. 1695. 1420. 0751 Harman/Kardon 0713. 1901 Grunkel 0330. 0713. 0672. 0850. 0841. 1351. 1004. 0713. 0551. 1994 0672. 0651. 0591 0730. 1530 0831. 1530 0670 0695. 0850 Harwa 0770 HCM 0122. 1643. 1597. 1530. 0790. 1233. 0651. 0695. 0850 HDT 0770. 0831. 1004. 0713. 1620 0591. 1923 1152 0646. 0869. 1115. 1643. 0672. 0713. 1004. 1233. 0675.14. 0651. 0713. 1436. 1233. 1115. 0826. 2338 1233 0850 0788 0713 1663 0869. 1229. 1224. 1643 2172 0651 0695. 0790. 1923. 1730. 1321. 2261 1643 JMB 0741 JVC HE Henss Hikona HiMAX Hitachi Hiteker Hoeher Home Electronics Home Tech Industries HotMedia Humax HYD Hyundai Ingelen Inno Hit International Irradio ISP it’s Jamo Jaton JDB JGC GB98 User’s Manual . 1254 0831 1151 1730 0730. 0591. 0770. 1832 0770. 1730 0741.1254. 1730. 0831. 0713. 0713. 0503. 1492 2235 0788 0705 0730. 1643.0775. 1670. 1663 Graetz Gran Prix Grandin Greenhill Grundig 0665 0831. 0850. 1140. 0843.

0525. 0717. 1832. 1254 0695. 1383 0768 0741. 0503. 0591. 1644 0790 0831 0571. 1544. 1730 0713 0770 0751 0741. 1347 0768 1158. 0713 0770. 1730 Mystral 1923 NAD 0539. 0705. 1321. 2083 0831 0713 0770. 0713. 2252 0741 Matsui Maxim MBO MDS Mecotek Mediencom Medion MEI Memorex Metz MiCO Micromaxx Micromedia Micromega Microsoft Microstar Minax Minoka Mitsubishi MixSonic Mizuda Monyka MPX MTlogic Mustek Muvid Mx Onda 0695. 0713 Nevir 1493 Nexius 0539 Next Base 0713 NFREN 0770. 0751. 1242 0730.14. 0751. 0630. 1347. 0695. 0841 0857. 1492. 0713. 0651. 0675. 1730 1493. 2261 GB99 User’s Manual . 1416. 1004 1493. 1321. 1115 0713 1130 0770 0665 0843 2256 0730. 0869. 1644. 0831. 1643 0665. 0651. 2173 0651. 0713. 2335 Neufunk 0705. 1906. 1601. 0503 0539 0522. 1708. 1115. 1140 Naiko 0723 Neom 1436 Neon 1620. 1738 1643 0713 0539. 0713. Appendix Kansas Technologies Kazuki Kendo Kennex Kenwood KeyPlug Kiiro King Vision Kiss KXD Lawson Leiker Lenco Lexia LG Lifetec Limit LiteOn LM Lodos Loewe Logic Logik Logix Lumatron Lunatron Luxman Luxor Magnat Magnavox Magnex Magnum Majestic Manhattan Manta Marantz Mark Marquant 1233. 1530 1493 0831. 1695. 0534 1643 0770 1493. 0713. 0741 2304 0713 0705 0741. 0790. 0646. 0672. 1695. 1643. 1695 0539. 0872. 1643 0122 0665 0770. 2002 0831. 1730 0713. 1994 0723. 0651. 1254 1254 0831 0741 0770. 0713. 0898 0490. 0651. 1004. 1923 0768 0872 0770. 0672 0790 1667 0826 0573 Myryad 0713. 1004. 0831. 0672.

1635. 2113. 2093. 1643 0665. 1769 2316 2112 1158 2252 0843 0525 0872. 1923 0539. 1394. 0627. 1906 0490. 0713. 2252 0672 Pioneer PJ Play It Plu2 Polaroid Powerpoint Prinz Prism ProCaster Proline Proscan Proson Sanyo Scan ScanMagic ScanSonic Schaub Lorenz Schneider Schoentech 0831. 2082 Seeltech 0522 SEG 0713 Shanghai GB100 User’s Manual . 1036. 0713. 1227. 0850 0730. 1506. 1994. Appendix Nikkai Nikkei Norcent Nordmende Nortek Oasis-Media Olidata Onkyo Onn Onyx Oopla Opera Optim Optimus Orbit Orion Oritron Ormond Pacific Packard Bell Palladium Panasonic Panda peeKTon Philips 1923 1254 1923 0831 2173 1601 0672 0503. 2123 Scott 0651. 0651. 1394. 0631. 1321. 2225. 0646 0790 1648 0741. 1358. 0646. 1227. 0122. 2195 0730. 0759 0741 1321 0490. 1340.0869. 1730 1695 0770. 0713. 1641. 0672. 0142. 0672. 0713. 0788. 1151. 0672. 2173 0831. 0788. 0651.1965. 0875 0841 1233 0730. 1695 0651 0713 0831. 2241 0713 0768 0651. 1158. 1813. 0759. 1460. 1908 0789. 1834. 1906 0713 0665 0522. 1846. 1571. 0831. 1004. 0573. 0713. 1492 0898. 0199. 0751 0670. 1354. 1643 0539. 0675. 0646. 0872. 1321. 1832 0872 0623 0717 0789 0551. 1358. 0759 0831. 1738. 0298. 1530. 1748. 0713. 0705 Scientific Labs 1004. 0898. 1759 0490 0770. 0790. 0503. 2107.1932. 2056. 2049. 1900. 0820 0695. 0790. 2279 1923 1643 0850 1480 0872 0831 Prosonic ProVision Pye QONIX Quartek Radionette Radiotone Raite RCA REC Redstar Relisys Reoc Revoy Richmond Roadstar Ronin Rotel Rowa Rownsonic Saba Saivod Salora Sampo Samsung Sansui 1441. 0898. 1419. 1905. 0705. 1579. 2084. 0768. 1531. 1233. 0744.1755. 0869. 1923 1347 0768. 1233. 2269. 1224 0539. 1923 1224. 1493. 0788. 1075.14. 1643 0695. 0713 0705. 0525. 1648 0695. 1115.2205 0571.

1905 0770. 2006 0831. 1152 1254 0672 0539. 0898 0741. 1444. 1227 0898 1695 0490. 2123 1224 0788.1903. 1227. 1152 Symphonic Synn Syscom Sytech Tamashi Tandberg Tangent Targa Tatung Tchibo TCM Teac Tec Technica Technics Technika Technisson 0675 0768 0826 1601. 0717.2302 1115 1115 0713. 2123 1394 0713. 1620 0788.2252 1493 0571 0551. 2256 Techwood 1444 Telefunken 0533. 0768. 0665. 1906 0770.14. 0695. 0651 0651. 2195. 1530 Textorm 0831. 0788. 0898 Theta Digital 1152. 1994 1321 1227. 2263. 0717 0717 1382 1224. 0831. 1115. 0768. 1070. 1769. 0131. 1639. 2132. 2238 0672 2187. 1033. 1321 0843 0831 1224 0713 1151 0705. 1923. 0898 0126. 1227 Thomson 1224 Time 1601 Tokai 1152. Appendix Sharp Sherwood Shinco Siemssen Sigmatek Siltex Silva Silva Schneider SilverCrest Sinudyne Sistemas Skantic SKY Skymaster Skyworth Sliding SM Electronic Smart Sogo Sontech Sony Sound Color Soundmaster Soundwave Standard Star Clusters Starmedia Stein Strato Strong Sunkai Sunstech Sunwood Supervision Supratech SVA Swisstec Sylvania 0630. 0768. 0850 Toshiba 0831. 0869. 0898 0768. 1510. 1730. 1695 0741 0741. 0864. 0898. 1824. 1536. 1382. 1516. 1981. 2020. 1695. 0713 0122 0730. 2194 TRANS-continents Tredex Trevi TSM TVE Umax Teletech Tensai Tevion GB101 User’s Manual . 0898. 2172. 2043. 0826. 1644. 1530. 0522. 0713 Technosonic 1493. 1459. 1036. 2187. 1254. 1601 1224 0503. 0831. 2138 1233 0768 0713. 0713 0770. 1637. 0869. 0675. 0759. 0788. 1530. 2263 0675. 0651. 1601. 0768 0898 1115 0730. 1233. 0705. 1382 Tom-Tec 0713 Top Suxess 0770. 1419 0741. 1994 0551 0768. 1695. 0872. 1633. 1152 2172. 1759 0122 0790. 0790 0741. 1233 0789. 0713. 1667.

0826. 0817 TV/VCR/DVD Combo 0665. 1730 Matsui 0503. 2302 2302 2082. 2195 Audiosonic 0713. 2256 2261 2112 1383 2304 2261 2256 2316 2112 2225 2082 2195 1115 2256 2263 2195. 1470. 0831 Dantax 0730. Appendix UMC United Universum Vecatech Venturer Vestel Vieta Voxson Waitec Walkvision Waltham Welkin Wellington Weltstar Wharfedale Wilson Windsor Windy Sam Wintel Woxter Xbox Xenius Xomax Xoro Yakumo Yamada Yamaha Yamakawa Yukai Zenith 2187. 2195 1493 Alba 0790. 1530 Gold 0831 Hikona 0713 Logic 0713 Marquant 0790. 2252 Ferguson 0730. 1115. 1530 TV/DVD Combo Acoustic Solutions Airis Akai 2082. Audio & AUX Code List Brand Audio Amplifier Acoustic Solutions Cambridge Audio Curtis Mathes Denon 1446. 1115. 2112 0741. 0539. 0788. 1227. 0646. 1151. 0675. 1224. 0869. 1383. 1769. 0790. 1151. 1994 Bush 0705 cello 0730. 2261 2112. 2263. 0713. 1224 Prosonic 0522. 1568 1590 1561 1177 1408 1177 GB102 User’s Manual . 2082. 1351. 0872. 2341 Technika 1004 UMC 0872. 2302 0695. 1152. 1004. 1832 MTlogic 0831. 1233 Denver 0717 Digitrex 0713. 2256. 1501.1233. 1444. 1493 Venturer 0490. 0730. 1601 1730 0300 0272 Code Durabrand Goodmans Hitachi JBL Logitech Magnat 1561. 1643. 2195 2256 2236 2256 2256 0713. 0713. 1416.14. 1708. 0591. 1832. 1530. 0591 0695 0695 3. 2186 1358 1420. 0751. 0713. 2083 Sliding 0790 Sogo 2112 Swisstec 1183. 1158. 1233 Onn 0713 Onyx 0573 Philips 1130 Proline 1151. 1492.

1390 1360. 0823 1601 0300. 2861 0797 1220. 1546 1229. 1306. 2861 1389 2857. 0464. 0797. 1310 0744 1390 1389 1554 0744 1389 1389 1546 0502 0744 1304. 1647 Garrard Genexxa Global Sphere Goodmans Grundig Grunkel Hanseatic Harman/Kardon Harwood HCM HE Hitachi Hitech Hiteker Home Tech Industries Hyundai Inkel Intersound JBL JVC Kenwood Kioto GB103 User’s Manual . 1389 0797. 1390 1390 1189. 1089. 2857. 1390 1625 1189 0797 0286. 1390 1389 0121. 0609. 0286.14. 1390 0609 1212 1389 1189 1389 1189 0799 1554 1389 1389 1390. 1546 1546. 0110. 0797. 1546 0744. 1390 1189. 1104. 0744. 0771. 1629 0797 1455. 0186 0797 1115 0159 2021. 1374 1027. 1390 0744. 1389. Appendix Magnum Mustek Optimus Pacific Pioneer RCA Sven Tevion Trice upXus Vieta Yamaha Audio Accessory Apple Sony Yamaha Audio Receiver Acoustic Solutions AEG AFK Aiwa Akai Alba All-Tel Amstrad Anam Arcam ASCOMTEC Audiolab Audiosonic Audiotronic Bang & Olufsen Basic Line Belson Binatone Blue Sky Bose Bush Cambridge Audio 1601 1590 0300. 0463 0186 1625 0609. 2116 Elta EuroLine Fine Arts Firstline 1546 1389. 1313. 1304. 1554 1390 0744. 1569. 0797. 0823 0300 1568 1601 1568 1446 1177 0354. 0797 0744. 0208. 0848 Cat CCE Centrum Clatronic Cosmotron Daewoo Dantax Denon Denver Digeo DiK Dual eBench 1389 1352 1220. 1389 0797 1436 0463. 1306 0074. 1434. 1405 0115. 1390.

1546 1390 1554 1189 0797 1546 1089 1352 0744. 1518. 0609 1763. 1320. 1390 1389 1554 0186. 1269. 1269. 1758. 1266. 1766.1831 0502 Tevion 1284. 0653. 0744 T+A 0744 TAG McLaren 0463 Tandberg 0797. 1868. 1089. 1623 Thorens 1389 TCM Teac Technics Techwood Tedelex GB104 User’s Manual . Appendix Kompernass KXD LG Lifetec LXI Magnat Magnavox Marantz Matsui MBO Medion MEI Metz Micromega Microstar MTlogic Musicmagic Mustek Mx Onda Myryad NAD Nexius Nikkai Nikkei Norcent NTDE Geniesom Onkyo Optimus Orient Power Orion Palladium Panasonic Paramount Pictures PCCW Philips Phonotrend Pioneer PJ 0797 1389 1293. 1524 1546 1158. 1459. 1089. 1518. 1023. 0186. 1258. 1765 1554 1625 1389 1189 1389 Stereophonics 0744 Sumida 0135. 1822. 1779. 1622. 1546 1293. 1089 0797 0793 0286.14. 0186. 1524. 1390 1389 1390. 0186. 1309. 1759. 1295. 1634 0797 1389 0140. 1289 0744. 0891. 1308. 1358. 0797 1189 0320. 1765. 1089. 1686 1189 1554 1293 0797 0463.1454. 1089 1189. 1524 Targa 1763. 1654. 1858. 1634 0502. 1805 Sunfire 1023. 1293. 2137. 1220. 1658. 2172 0609 1023 0744 1313 1270. 1390. 1500 0609. 1390. 1289. 0797 1352 0797. 1220. 1386. 1441. 1625 0744 0110.2967 1220 2967 1189. 1309. 0208. 0744. 0891. 1316. 1058. 1673. 1123. 1112. 0653 0609 0797. 2197 0797 0744 1389 1189. 0609 1390 1389 0744 Polk Audio Prima Electronic Proline ProVision QONIX Radionette Recco Redstar Revox Roadstar Rotel Samsung Sansui Sanyo Schneider Scott SEG Sharp Sherwood Siemens Silva Schneider SilverCrest Sony Soundwave 1289 0797 0797. 1308.

0797. 0609. 0082. 1176. 1276. 0376. 1220. 1609 0797.14. 1436. 0186. 1776. 1815. 0744. 1949 1352 0744 GB105 User’s Manual . Appendix Thorn Tokai Toshiba United Universum Venturer Vestel Victor Waitec Watson Wellfund Welltech Wharfedale Xenius Yamaha Yukai Zenith 0744 1390 1572 1390. 1390. 0712. 1390 1554 0074 1352 0797 0744 0797 1390 1390 0176. 1331.1376. 1625 0286.

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