User’s Guide

Digital Satellite Receiver

Please read this user’s manual carefully before installing the receiver




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Check the receiver's operation voltage : 90-250V AC50/60 Hz.Do not remove the cover to reduce the risk of electric shock. . .Do not cover the receiver and keep a clear space around the receiver for sufficient ventilation. cold or humid condition. .Do not attempt to service the receiver by yourself. .Maintain the receiver in the free airflow.Refer to a qualified service personnel for all technical supports.Unplug the receiver from the wall outlet before cleaning. . .GENERAL SAFETY WARNING Please read the following recommended instructions carefully to avoid the risk of your physical injury before the product is operated.Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of washing-up liquid to clean the casing. . . . .The wall outlet shall be placed near the receiver and shall be easily accessible . 2 .Do not block the receiver's ventilation slots which are provided for ventilation and protection against overheating.Keep a liquid away from the receiver. .Do not allow the receiver to be exposed to the hot. .Unplug the receiver from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable between the receiver and antenna when you will not use it for a long time. . .Do not use any cable and attachment that is not recommended as that may damage your receiver.The receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and the objects that filled with liquids such as vases shall not be placed on the receiver.

Step Rewind.0 Supported Parental Control Access Lock On Receiver Parental Control by Age Limitation 3 . Fast Forward. 16:9 and Letter Box Multi-Languages for OSD Multi-Languages for Audio Multi-Reception (PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/NTSC/SECAM) Last Channel Memory User Friendly Interface 256 Color GUI (Graphic User Interface) True Color Background Image Blind Scan Favorite List 8 Favorite Lists Editing Channel Sorting by Alphabet. 4000 TV & Radio Channels Programmable Channel Switching Time Less Than 1 Sec.GENERAL INFORMATION I. FEATURES MPEG-2 and Fully DVB-S Compliant Excellent Performance Max. 1) Remote Control Unit (RCU 1EA) 2) Batteries (2EA) 3) User's Manual II. CD Quality Sound (MPEG-2 Layer 1/2) Multi-Function Auto Programming EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and Time Reservation Automatic Turn-On and Off in Time Settings Teletext by Software Emulation/VBI Insertion and Subtitle Video Format in 4:3. UNPACKING Please ensure that the following items are included with the receiver in your packing. FTA and CAS. LOCK PVR Function Recording Time shifting Powerful Trick Mode Supported : Fast Rewind. Step Forward USB 2.

SLEEP Selects the time interval for automatic shut off. OPTION Reserved INFO(BLUE) Displays the information box on the screen 4 . Remote Control Unit (RCU) POWER( ) Switches the receiver between the operation and standby mode. TIMER Enters the timer menu. and the individual menu. MUTE( ) Enables or disables the audio. RECALL ( ) Returns to the previous channel. Numeric keys(0~9) Selects the TV or radio channels. (AUTO/4:3PS/4:3LB/16:9) TELETEXT ( ) Enables the teletext mode.GENERAL INFORMATION III. SUBTITLE ( ) Enables the subtitle mode. AUDIO Selects the audio language and sound mode(Mono/ Left/Right/Stereo). TV MOD Selects the TV mode. TV/STB Selects the TV or STB mode. (AUTO/576i/480i/576p/480p) ASPECT Selects the aspect ratio.

Turns the volume up or down. Increase or decrease the volume. Display the satellite list. Moves up or down on the menu.GENERAL INFORMATION MENU EPG TV/RADIO ( EXIT LEFT/RIGHT ) Displays the main menu on screen. Returns to the normal viewing mode from any menu. Opens the recorded file or your contents Play Pause Fast Forward Rewind ■ Stop Step Forward Step Rewind Starts Recording UP/DOWN OK VOL+/CH+/SAT FAV ZOOM MOSAIC ( LIST ( ▶ 5 . Select the favorite channel list in the channel list. Display the favorite channel list. Moves the page up or down in the channel list. Moves left or right on the menu. Displays the program guide menu. Display the channel list or confirms your choice. Switches between the TV and radio channel. Selects the zoom in/out ) ) Displays the multi-channels simultaneously. Changes the channel up or down in the normal mode.

VOL UP/DOWN Turns the volume up / down or selects the item of menu. CH UP/DOWN Changes the channel up / down or selects the item of menu. 6 . Front Panel POWER Switches the receiver between the power on and standby.GENERAL INFORMATION IV.

Pr) ⑬ HDMI 7 . Connects HDMI to the TV or other equipment. Turns ON I OFF.GENERAL INFORMATION V. Connects AUDIO LEFT to the TV or other equipment. Rear Panel ⑫ ⑬ POWER SUPPLY POWER SWITCH S/PDIF VIDEO AUDIO-R AUDIO-L RS 232 LNB IN LNB OUT TV OUT ANT IN AC 90 ~ 250V. 50/60Hz. Connects VIDEO to the TV or other equipment. Connects AUDIO RIGHT to the TV or other equipment. ⑫ VIDEO (Y. Connects to another STB. Connects to the TV or VCR. Connects to the TV antenna input. Connects to the PC for software upgrade. Connects VIDEO to the TV or other equipment. Connects to the digital amplifier. Connects to the satellite antenna cable. Pb. 25W.

Connect the TV aerial directly to ANT IN on your receiver. 8 . CONNECTING TO TV USING HDMI CABLE 1. CONNECTING TO TV USING RF CABLE 1. You can choose one of the following setups that we recommend. Connect the antenna cable from the dish directly to LNB IN on your receiver. Connect the HDMI cable from the HDMI connector to the HDMI connector on the TV. II. CONNECTING TO TV USING RCA SUPPORT 1. III. If you hava any problem or need a help. I. consult your dealer or service provider. 2. Connect the antenna cable from the dish directly to LNB IN on your receiver. 3. Connect a RCA stereo cable from AUDIO L/R to AUDIO L/R on the TV.INSTALLING EQUIPMENT This section explains several ways of connecting the receiver to your TV. 2. Connect a RCA cable from VIDEO (Yellow) to VIDEO on the TV. VCR and Hi-Fi system. Connect the RF lead from TV OUT on your receiver to ANT IN on the TV. 2.

” 2. Set the GMT Usage to “On” or ”Off”. Select the GMT Offset . If you will encounter any problem during installation. please call your service provider or dealer. Select the satellite list in which you now are. and then press “OK” key to confirm. Local Time Setting 1. Date and Time with “ in the window. 2.GETTING STARTED Language Select the language with “ ” in the list window and then press “OK” key to confirm a selection. 9 . Automatic 1. Start the Automatic Search by pressing “RED” Key. We wish you will enjoy the high quality of video and CD quality of audio fully.

Tools V. 3. System Setup IV. Add Press the “Green” key to add the satellite. If you want to search more than one satellite together. Edit Press the “Red” key. Select a satellite with " " from the list and then press "OK“ to confirm. TP List I-3. Satellite List You can select the satellite list in which you now are. 10 . Antenna Connection I-4. please do not forget that you press “Enter” to save the name. you can delete satellite. 3. Satellite List I-2. Also can edit the longitude and press “Yellow” key to save a new satellite name and longitude. Satellite Search I-1. Edit Channel III. I-1. Antenna Setup I-5. 2. After entering the name of your new satellite by using this keyboard. 2. Press “EXIT” to return to the previous menu. Press “OK” to confirm your selection. You can move in the main menu using “ key on the RCU. you can edit the satellite name and longitude.MENU GUIDE Main Page Press the “MENU” key on the RCU to open the main menu on the screen. so the keyboard will appear. I. Installation The Installation has five menu items as follows. 1. press "OK" at each satellite in the satellite list to select the multi satellites. REC I. " 1. Delete Press the “Yellow” key. Installation II.

Edit Press the “Red” key. LNB Power Selects the LNB Power On or Off. 1. Satellite Selects a satellite with “ " from the list that is displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. 4. Delete Press the “Yellow” key. TP List Select a satellite by pressing "◀ ▶" and so the TP list will appear. I-3. 3. 3. 11 . 2. Search Press the “Blue” key to select the TP search. LNB1 Selects the antenna type. 2. Antenna Setup 1. This menu enables you to add or delete the TP. Transponder Selects a TP with “ " from the list that is displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. you can add a new TP. I-4. LNB Frequency Selects the proper LNB frequency of your LNB by pressing “ " in the list that is displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. After entering the information of new TP. you can edit the TP frequency. you can delete TP. 2. edit the TP parameters and search the TP. Add Press the “Green” key. Antenna Connection 1. symbol Rate and polarity.MENU GUIDE I-2. please press “Save” to add TP.

DiSEqC1. Set the “0/12V” to “On” or “Off” when you connects the LNB to the switching box. Network Search Select the Network Search(Yes/No). 6. FTA Only Select the channel search type. 3.0 Selects the appropriate port for your DiSEqC switch box. 5. 22KHZ In case of using a 22kHz switching box to install a dual LNB or two dishes on the roof. 0/12V In case of using a dual LNB or two dishes. “No” to search all channels. the satellite search first tries to find out the NIT carried within the transponder. Scan Mode Select the scan mode “Auto” or “Blind”. 7. and then continue the satellite search. adds all transponders listed in the NIT to the transponder list of the satellite. 2. you may use another type of 0/12V switching box. 5. 12 . Satellite Search 1. 4. you have to set the “22kHz” option to “On” or “Off” considering the connection between the LNB and switching box. I-5. 6. Polarity Select the LNB polarity (Horizontal/Vertical) with "◀ ▶".MENU GUIDE 4. Satellite Selects a satellite with “ " from the list that is displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. If you select “Yes”. Scan Channel Select the channel search type: “TV+Radio” or “TV Channel” or “Radio Channel”. if any. Search Press “OK” at “Search“ to start the satellite search. Set FTA Only to “Yes” to search the FTA channels only.

⑤ Select a Rename with " ◀ ▶ " and then press "OK". Select the service type : “Wakeup channel” or “Record channel” 13 . This submenu enables you to reorder the channels in the sorting order that you choose. TV Channel List II-2. Skip. Record & Watch Reservation This menu allows you to set a time information and reserve up to eight programs for recording & watching the channel. choose a channel to move by using ” and then press “OK” to confirm a movement. Delete All II-1. 3. " and then press Select a favorite list with " “OK”. you can rearrange the channel list. Use " Press “Enter" on keyboard to save the edited name. you will see the submenu listing the sorting orders. “ II-2. You will see the favorite list. Sort Press the “Green” key. When you want to view the locked channel. ④ Select a FAV with " ◀ ▶ " and then press "OK". ① Select a Lock with “◀▶” and then press “OK”. Rename the channel. " to select the desired channel list. Record & Watch Reservation II-4. you can Lock. Move Press the “Yellow” key. 2. Delete. TV / Radio Channel List This menu provides you with the functions to edit. ③ Select a Del to delete the selected channel. The channel is added to the selected list. Add to Favorite. Radio Channel List II-3. You will see the keyboard. When you select “Skip ON”. Edit Channel The Edit Channel has five menu items as follows. Press "OK” key to enter the submenu. sort and move the channel. Edit Press the “Red” key. " and "◀ ▶" to move to each character on the channel name and then press "OK". ② Select a Skip with “◀▶” and then press “OK”. II-1. ① Timer Mode ② Timer Service Select the mode from the list shown by pressing "◀ ▶" key. you will be asked to enter the PIN code. Press " 1. Favorite II-5. you can not view the skipped channel .MENU GUIDE II.

you will see the “Input Password” window and there when entering the correct password.. II-4. please wait for the receiver to get the good date and time. When making a reservation. If you press “Yes" while this warning message is displaying. Enter the date with “0. Press the “ “ to select the desired favorite list and then “OK” to Rename. you first need to check that the correct date and time is being displayed at the upper-right side. 14 . II-3. Delete All If you select the “Delete All” item. Favorite In this menu you will see the eight favorite lists. all channels in your receiver will be deleted completely.9” Set the start time that the receiver will wake up or record for reservation. Set the duration time for reservation. the warning message will be displayed.MENU GUIDE ③ Wakeup Channel (Record channel) ④ Wakeup Date (Record Start Date) ⑤ On Time ⑥ Duration Selects a channel with “ " from the list that is displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. If not.

III-1. TV System Selects the TV system to the TV. Local Time Setting This menu allows you to set the local time in your location. TV System III-3. You can select either the GMT or the local area time at your preference. Aspect Mode Selects the aspect ratio of video output to the TV (AUTO. 4:3LB. 2. This menu allows you to adjust those output " and " OK “ key.MENU GUIDE III. Display Mode Selects the the display mode of video output to the TV. PAL-M(N). System Setup The System Setup has five menu items as follows. Selects a language with “ " from the list displayed by pressing “OK” and then press “OK" to confirm. NTSC.9” 15 .(CH3 or CH4) III-3. GMT Usage Select On/Off GMT Offset Press “◀▶” to change the time Summer Time Select On/OFF Date & Time Enter the date & time with “0. Local Time Setting III-4. (AUTO. Second Audio. 16:9) 4. 4:3PS. RF Channel Selects the channel number output from the RF modulator. First Audio. Language III-2. Language You can change the default language for Menu. Subtitle and Teletext. TV System The receiver has many A/V outputs connected to it. Parental Lock III-5. PAL. (AV/Component or HDMI) If you select the HDMI mode. settings with "◀ ▶ 1. you have to be able to see the video via the HDMI connector only. SECAM) 3. OSD Setting III-1. III-2..

OSD Setting ① Subtitle Display (On/Off) ② OSD Timeout Sets the duration that the program information plate is displayed on the screen when you change the channel. Parental Lock This menu allows you to lock the receiver in order to prevent any unauthorized person from accessing it and control the channel viewing per age and change the current password. ③ OSD Transparency Set the OSD transparency to be applied to an entire system. The default password is preset to “0000” at the factory. III-5.MENU GUIDE III-4. 16 .

Tools The Tools menu has five items as follows. you will see the warning message. Information IV-2. Factory Reset IV-3. you need to check this Information when upgrading the receiver with a new software. If you contact the local dealer or service provider. Upgrade by USB IV-4. 17 . press the “NO” or “EXIT" key.MENU GUIDE IV. they may ask for Information from this menu. For example. Information This menu shows the date of software released. IV-1. Factory Reset If you press "OK" key at the “Factory Reset” item. Backup DB by USB IV-5. software and firmware version. and bootloader version for your receiver. model Name. If you press “YES" while this warning message is displaying. Network Setting IV-1. IV-2. all the current settings will be reset to the factory default. If you do not want to change any settings.

Backup DB by USB You can store the system software and channel data into the USB memory stick.MENU GUIDE IV-3. You can select the software file to upload by pressing “◀▶” at the item “Upgrade Mode” and so the selected file is displayed at the item “Upgrade File”. Network Setting This menu allows you to configure the network settings for the network applications. IV-5. IV-4. And then you can transfer the file to the receiver by pressing “OK” key at the item “Start” . Upgrade by USB This menu allows you to upload the new software to the receiver via the USB connection. 18 .

19 . Free size. Record Manager You can edit the recording list by using the functions like Rename. Record Manager V-2. MP3 File View and play the MP3 file on the USB memory. you have to enter a password when you want to access the file. Record free size. Time-shift size. The characters such as 0~9 and A~Z can be used. and Delete. V-1. HDD Format Format the external USB HDD. REC The REC menu has six items as follows. Used size. V-6. Timeshift V-1. and File system. V-3. Timeshift Sets the Timeshift to On or Off. Image File V-4. HDD Information Displays the USB HDD information : Total size. V-2. HDD Information V-5. V-4. MP3 File V-3. Image File View and play the image file on the USB memory. V-5. ② Delete (Blue key) ③ Lock (Green key) If the file is locked. Lock.MENU GUIDE V. ① Rename (Red key) To change the file name. And it is then displayed as “hidden file” in Microsoft Windows. HDD Format V-6.

Adjusting Volume You can change the volume level of the current channel up to the level 20. )” key to switch between the 20 . 2. Press the “▲ ▼” key on the remote control to access the channels sequentially. Press the “MUTE” key to turn the sound off. Switching TV and Radio Press the “TV/RADIO( TV and Radio channel.OPERATIONS Changing Channel 1. 3. Press the “Recall( )” key on the remote control to return to the previous channel. 4. Press the “INFO” key to view the detailed information during the basic information is displayed. Viewing Program Information You can see the detailed information about the current program (channel)’s properties. Press the “EXIT” key to hide the TV channel list. and then select the desired channel. Press the “◀ ▶” key to change the audio volume level. 5. Enter the desired channel number using the “0~9“ keys directly. Press the “EXIT” or “INFO” key to hide the detailed information. Press the “OK” key to display the TV channel list.

Viewing Subtitle If the current program carries the subtitle information. x2. 2. 1. 21 . x12. x4. Press the “Audio” key to display the audio language list. And you can also select the mode of audio output such as stereo. x16 zooming in. You can view the subtitle information by pressing the “Subtitle( )” key. 2. You can select the desired language. Press the “◀▶▲▼” key to change the position of the screen to zoom in. x8. Press the “◀ ▶” key to toggle the mode of audio output among stereo.OPERATIONS Zooming Screen You can zoom the current screen. joint stereo. mono or left/right in the audio language list. Whenever you press the “Zoom” key. Select the desired audio language using the “▲▼” key. and so start to play sequentially from the center channel. and then press the “OK” key. the zooming mode changes sequentially as x1. Viewing Multi-Channels Window Press the “MOSAIC( )” key to display the multichannels window. x6. 1. Changing Audio Language If the current program provides multiple audio languages. joint stereo. The audio language will be changed immediately. mono or left/right. Press the “ZOOM” key to enter the zooming mode.

Press the "EXIT" or " Teletext( )" key to return to the previous screen. Select the page using the "0~9" keys(100~899). so you will see the submenu listing the sorting orders. and then press “OK” key. Viewing Program Guide Press the “EPG” key. so teletext service data is displayed. based on the date and time. 2. You will see the channels in the sorting order that you choose. so you can see the program guide screen. You can also use the Record and Timer function by pressing the “Yellow(Timer)” key Viewing Teletext 1. 22 . 3.OPERATIONS Sorting Channel List When you press “OK” key during watching the channel. The program guide displays the program information about each channel. you can get the simple channel list view. Press the "Teletext( )" key. Press the “Green” key. Press “▲/▼” or ”◀/▶” key to select the desired sorting order.

you can use the Fast Forward & Rewind function keys in the RCU of 2X.OPERATIONS PVR(Recording and Playing back) You must connect an external hard disk drive (HDD) to the receiver to record or play back files by the PVR function. Step Forward & Step Rewind During playback of the recorded files you can use the Step Forward & Step Rewind function keys in the RCU. you may press the “Rewind( )” key once to rewind the current playing channel. and then press the “OK” key to playback there. press the “Stop(■)” key. 16X and 24X speed. 8X. Press the “Stop(■)”key to stop the time shift recording. 23 . You can move to the desired location with “◀▶” key. To stop recording. 3. Recording Press the “Record(●)” key to record the current channel. Press the “EXIT” or “Info” key to hide the record icon & info bar. 1. Playing back Fast Forward & Rewind During playback of the recorded files. Time Shift Recording If the Time Shift is set while watching the channel. the record icon & info bar is displayed. When the recording starts. 4X. 2.

Check the Conditional Access Module and smart card are correctly inserted or not and are appropriate for the current channel (Please call your service provider or dealer) -. Aim the remote control unit directly to the receiver -.TROUBLE SHOOTING Problem Solution Nothing appears on the Front Panel No power supply Check that the power cords are plugged into an electrical outlet No Picture -. Check the LNB cable -. Check the mute status of TV and receiver -. Check the channel and video output -. Check the cable connection and correct it -. Check the dish and adjust it -. Get out of the UHF mode -. Check the volume level of TV and receiver -. Check the LNB and replace the LNB if necessary -. Check that nothing blocks the front panel Service is not running or scramble -. Check the dish and adjust it “No Signal” on the screen You have forgotten your secret PIN Code Contact your service provider or dealer 24 . Replace the batteries -. Check the cable connection and correct it No Sound Remote Control Unit does not work -. Check the signal strength and signal quality in the menu -.

5/6 and 7/8 with constraint length k=7 Reed Solomon coding RS (204. Female 950 ~ 2150MHz -25 ~ -65dBm 13.7Vpp ± 10% at 75Ω 60dB Min MPEG-I layer 1/2 Stereo.SPECIFICATIONS TUNER Input Connector Input Frequency RF Input Level LNB Power & Polarization DiSEqC Control Vendor Demodulator Waveform Symbol Rate Inner FEC Outer FEC Demultiplexer Standard Input Data Rate Video Standard Input Bit Rate TV Standard Aspect Ratio Active Pixel CVBS Output Level RGB Output Level S/N under Unweight Audio Standard Mode Bandwidth Output Level Output Impedance System Resources CPU FLASH Memory SDRAM Audio/Video Ports TV SCART Connector VCR SCART Connector Video (CVBS) Video (Y. Pb.5 ~ 15Mbits/s PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/NTSC/SECAM 16:9 and 4:3 720 pixels x 576 lines x 25 frames per sec. t=8) MPEG-II Up to 60Mbits/s MPEG-II MP@ML 1.5/18V 500mA Max with overload protection Version 1.2 compatible Sharp Half NIM QPSK 2 ~ 31Ms/s 1/2.0/1. 188. Pr) Audio S/PDIF HDMI IEC 169-24. (NTSC) 1Vpp ± 3dB at 75Ω and 1KHz 0. Joint Stereo. Mono and Dual Mono 20Hz ~ 20KHz at -3dB 3Vpp Max or 5dB Min at 1KHz 600Ω 3329E(Ali) 2MBytes 16MBytes Supported (Option) Supported (Option) RCA Connector 3 x RCA Connectors 2 x RCA Connectors Optical HDMI Output(up to 480p/576p) 25 . (PAL) 720 pixels x 480 lines x 30 frames per sec. 2/3. 3/4.

Pb.0 Host (5V. Pr) Video(CVBS) Audio HDMI RJ-45 Optic Connector RF Modulator RS-232 Main Power Cable Power Switch DB-9 male DTE Up to 115. 3/8-32UNEF-2A 3 x RCA 1 x RCA 2 x Audio L/R (RCA) HDMI Connector LAN Connector 1 x Digital Audio Output (Optic) 1 x RF Modulator (2 x F-Type) 1 x RS-232 (9-pin D-sub male) Fixed type on the body ON/OFF Switch 26 .0Kg CH+/-.25 MHz Data Port Connector DTE or DCE Date Rate Power Supply Input Range Power Consumption Operation Frequency Separator Internal Fuse Environmental Condition Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Range Storage Humidity Range Dimension Size (H x L x W) Weight Front Panel Keys Display Remote control input USB Conditional Access System (Option) Rear Panel Tuner Video(Y. Non-condensing 5 ~ 90% RH.SPECIFICATIONS RF Modulator (NTSC 방식) Modulation transmission system ANT and Switch Pass Band Output Channel NTSC-M Full Band (54MHz ~ 806MHz) CH3 : 61. Non-condensing 50mm x 175mm x 270 Around 2. STANDBY VFD Infra-red Receiver USB 2.25 MHz CH4 : 67. VOL+/-.200bits/s AC 90 ~ 250V 25W Max 50 ~ 60Hz (SMPS type) 2A and AC 250V 0 ~ 45 ℃ -10 ~ +50 ℃ 10 ~ 85% RH. 500mA Max) Smart Card Reader (ISO7816) 2 x F-Type.