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Dreambox DM 500-S/C/T
Digitaler Satellitenempfnger zum Empfang von freien und verschlsselten DVB-Programmen. Kommunikations-Schnittstelle Smartcard Leser Linux OS
Digital satellite receiver for free and encrypted Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB). Communication-Port Smartcard Reader Linux OS
Bedienungsanleitung Dreambox DM 7025
User Manual Dreambox DM 500
Table of contents
1. Table of contents.... - 2 2. Views.... - 4 3. Explanation front panel.... - 5 4. Explanation rear panel..... - 5 5. Safety instructions.... - 7 6. Shut down..... - 8 7. Additional safety instructions... - 8 8. Disposal instructions.... - 9 9. Packaging contents.... - 10 10. Installation.... - 10 11. Remote control..... - 11 12. Important notes about operation.... - 12 13. Remote control buttons.... - 13 14. Turning your Dreambox on and off.... - 15 15. Sleeptimer.... - 16 16. Main OSD Menu..... - 16 17. Infobar..... - 18 17.1 Infobar EPG..... - 19 17.2 Infobar Sub Services.... - 21 17.3 Infobar Audio tracks.... - 22 17.4 Infobar Plugins.... - 22 18. Setting OSD language.... - 23 19. Setting the time zone.... - 24 19.1 Manual time correction.... - 26 20. Signal strength (Adjusting your antenna, DM 500-T)... - 27 20.1 Disable 5V (DM 500-T).... - 28 20.2 Automatic transponder scan (DM 500-T).... - 29 20.3 Manual transponder scan (DM 500-T).... - 31 21. Automatic transponder scan (DM 500-C)... - 32 21.1 Manual transponder scan (DM 500-C)... - 34 22. Satfinder (Adjusting your dish, DM 500-S)... - 35 23. Satellite configuration.... - 36 23.1 one single satellite direct connection... - 37 23.satellites via Toneburst.... - 38 23.satellites via 22kHz (Highband only)... - 39 23.satellites via DiSEqC A/B... - 40 23.satellites via DiSEqC OPT A/B... - 41 23.6 Many satellites via DiSEqC Rotor... - 42 24. Motor setup..... - 45 25. Example table for the DiSEqC 1.2 Rotor (SG21000)... - 46 26. Automatic transponder scan (DM 500-S)... - 47 27. Automatic multisat scan (DM 500-S).... - 50 28. Manual transponder scan (DM 500-S)... - 54 29. Edit a transponder (DM 500-S).... - 55 30. Service organizing Adding a new Bouquet... - 58 30.1 Service organizing Adding services to an existing Bouquet... - 60 30.2 Service organizing Editing a Bouquet... - 62 31. Parental lock and Setup lock.... - 64 31.1 Activating the parental lock... - 65 31.2 Deactivating the parental lock.... - 67 31.3 Activating the setup lock... - 68 31.4 Deactivating the setup lock... - 70 32. Locking a service.... - 71 33. Unlocking a service..... - 72 34. Audio/Video settings.... - 73 35. Keyboard.... - 75 -
36. OSD settings..... - 76 36.1 Skin Setup..... - 78 36.2 Available Skins.... - 79 36.3 Setting the teletext (TuxText) position.... - 80 37. Teletext (TuxText).... - 82 38. Expert setup.... - 84 38.1 Communications setup (Setting up LAN, NFS shares)... - 86 38.2 Ngrab Streaming setup.... - 89 38.3 Manual software update... - 90 38.4 Remote control setup.... - 91 38.5 Reset to factory defaults... - 92 39. Timer..... - 93 40. Information Streaminformation... - 94 41. Information About..... - 95 42. Technical data.... - 96 43. Contact & support information.... - 98 44. Warranty card.... - 99 45. Copyright notes.... - 100 46. GNU General Public License.... - 101 -
The Dreambox DM 500 carries the CE-sign and fulfills all requirements form the EU. Version: November 2005. Software: Release 1.09 Subject to change without prior notification.
Standby LED RC LED
Standby On / off
Rear panel DM 500-C/T
Antenna output Serial interface Audio output (digital) Network interface
Antenna input Video output
Audio output (analog)
Power supply connector
Rear panel DM 500-S
LNB output Serial interface Audio output (digital) Network interface
Bedien anleitung D
LNB input Video output Audio output (analog) TV Scart Power supply connector
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Explanation front panel Smartcard Reader
Insert your Dreamcrypt Smartcard with the golden chip facing down and forward into the Smartcard reader. Dreamcrypt is a registered trademark of Dream-Multimedia.
The Standby LED lights up red if the Dreambox is in standby mode. It lights up green if the Dreambox is powered on.
Remote Control (RC) Led
The remote control LED lights up every time the Dreambox receives a signal from the remote control.
The Standby on/off button toggles between standby mode and powered on mode.
Explanation rear panel Antenna input (DM 500-C/T)
Connect your antenna cable here.
Antenna output (DM 500-C/T)
You can optionally connect your TV or VCR here.
LNB input (DM 500-S)
Connect the coaxial cable from your LNB here.
LNB output (DM 500-S)
You can connect an analogue/digital receiver here. Remember to shutdown your Dreambox completely in order for the receiver to work.
Video output (FBAS)
You can optionally connect your Dreambox to a TV using a RCA/Chinch cable. (Composite)
Audio output - analog (Cinch)
Connect your Dreambox with a RCA/Cinch cable to your HiFi-Amplifier (e.g. AUX In or Tape In ports).
Serial interface (RS232C, Sub-D, 9-pin)
The Serial Port is used to update the operating system. Please connect a serial null modem cable here.
Connect your TV or beamer to your Dreambox using a Scart cable.
Audio output - digital (Toslink)
You can connect your Dreambox with an optical (Toslink) cable to your HiFi-Amplifier or DSP. The AC3 signal is also available at this port in case the selected channel transmits Dolby Digital signals.
Plug the power cable of the power supply that came with your Dreambox into power outlet. Connect your power supply to your Dreambox. You must not connect the power plug of the power supply to anything other than a socket that supplies 230V/50Hz.
Network interface (Ethernet 10/100Mbit, RJ45)
The Communication Port is an Ethernet port. It is used to communicate with your Dreambox via HTTP, FTP, NFS, Telnet and Samba. This port is also used to update the operating system of your Dreambox. Please use a regular patch cable to connect your Dreambox to your LAN.
The packaging of the Dreambox only consists of reusable materials. Please recycle if possible. This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with your other household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment.
For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Please note that empty batteries and electric waste is not to be put into the regular garbage.
Please check the completeness of the box. Included in box: 1 Dreambox DM Power supply 1 Power cord 1 Remote control 2 Batteries (1,5V Micro / AAA / LR6) 1 User manual (latest release via Internet http://www.dream-multimedia-tv.de )
Insert 2 AA (1,5V) batteries, taking care to observe the + and - markings indicated inside, into the remote control. Before using the Dreambox, please read the safety instructions. Connect the LNB or antenna with a coaxial cable to LNB or Antenna In at your Dreambox. Connect the Dreambox with a Scart cable to your television screen. Plug in the power cable into a 230V/50Hz power socket. If you are using a switchable power socket please shutdown your Dreambox into deep standby before switching off the power socket. If you switch on your Dreambox for the first time, you will see the setup wizard. The setup wizard will guide you through the first time installation. You will be asked for your TV standard, the regional settings and your language. Please choose and follow the instructions on the screen. Please note that the video format meets the factory setting CVBS (FBAS).
Numeric Keypad Arrow-right-Button Channel-up-Button MENU-Button
Arrow-left-Button INFO-Button OK-Button
Volume-down-Button AUDIO-Button Channel-down-Button
HELP-Button TEXTButton RADIO-Button TV-Button Options-Buttons
Important notes about operation
All functions of the Dreambox can be controlled via OSD-Menu (On-Screen-Display). This makes the handling of the Dreambox very easy for you. All options are indicated by four colored dots or beams (red, green, yellow, blue) in the OSD-Menu and can be started with the Option-Buttons on the Remote Control. Depending on the chosen Menu, these options do change.
You can quit the Quickzap-Mode by either reentering this menu and pressing the green Options-Button again or by accessing the service list and selecting a new service by pressing the Navigation-Button up or down.
The option Add to Bouquet (yellow OptionsButton) will add the selected service to a newly created or already existing Bouquet of your choice. See section Managing Services.
Infobar Audio tracks
The yellow dot in the Infobar appears if the selected station transmits multiple Audio tracks. Pressing the yellow Options-Button in TV or Radio mode will reveal the audio menu of the service.
Use the Navigation-Buttons up and down to move to desired audio track. Press the OK-Button to select. The contents of this menu will vary from service to service. Move to the option Stereo. Use the NavigationButtons left or right to choose the different audio modes, Left-Mono, Stereo, Right-Mono. Press the OK-Button to select.
Infobar - Plugins
The blue dot in the info bar is always visible. Pressing the blue Options-Button in TV or Radio mode will reveal the Plugins menu.
The option Teletext - Software Decoder will open the services teletext. See section Teletext (TuxText).
The options Start/Stop NGrab recording are still in development and therefore will not be explained in detail.
Setting OSD language
If no OSD menu is visible on your screen, press the Menu-Button to open the main OSD menu. Navigate to the option Setup and press the OK-Button to select.
Navigate to the option System Settings and press the OK-Button.
The System Settings menu will open up. Navigate to the option OSD Language and press the OK-Button.
The OSD Language menu will open up. Select your desired and language with the Navigation-Buttons up and down. Press the OKButton to activate. The Exit-Button will quit this menu.
Setting the time zone
The System Settings menu will open up. Navigate to the option Time and press the OKButton.
Satfinder (Adjusting your dish, DM 500-S)
Navigate to the option Satfind and press the OKButton.
Select the satellite and transponder in the drop down menu and press the OK-Button. Adjust the dish towards the desired satellite until you have a high value on the signal strength AGC and on the signal quality SNR indicator. The BER should always indicate a value of zero if the satellite is locked and synced.
Navigate to the option Satellite Configuration and press the OK-Button.
one single satellite direct connection
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive a single satellite with a Single Universal LNB. The coax cable is directly connected from you Dreambox to the LNB. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
The Satellite Configuration menu will open up. Choose the upper drop down menu and press the OK-Button. A list of all possible configurations will show up. Select the one single satellite option and press the OK-Button.
Choose the drop down menu Sat/Position and press the OK-Button. A list of all available satellites will show up. Choose your desired satellite and press the OK-Button.
Choose save and press the OK-Button. The configuration for single satellite is now done. The menu Transponder scan will show up. See sections Automatic transponder scan or Automatic multisat transponder scan for details.
2 satellites via Toneburst
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive two satellites from one LNB each. It does not matter if you use one or two dishes to achieve this. Connect the two coax cables form the two LNBs to a so-called Toneburst switch and connect the coax cable from the Toneburst switch to your Dreambox. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
Choose the upper drop down menu and press the OK-Button. A list of all possible configurations will show up. Select the 2 satellites via Toneburst option and press the OK-Button.
Select your desired satellites as described in the one single satellite direct connection section. Make sure you know which satellite is connected to which input on the Toneburst switch. If you do not find any services in the transponder scan later, exchange the two satellites in this list and try again.
Choose save and press the OK-Button. The configuration for 2 satellites via Toneburst is now done. The menu Transponder scan will show up. See sections Automatic transponder scan or Automatic multisat transponder scan for details.
2 satellites via 22KHz (Highband only)
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive two satellites from one LNB each. It does not matter if you use one or two dishes to achieve this. Connect the two coax cables form the two LNBs to a so-called 22kHz switch and connect the coax cable from the Toneburst switch to your Dreambox. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
Choose the upper drop down menu and press the OK-Button. A list of all possible configurations will show up. Select the 2 satellites via 22kHz (Highband only) option and press the OK-Button.
Select your desired satellites as described in the one single satellite direct connection section. Make sure you know which satellite is connected to which input on the 22kHz switch. If you do not find any services in the transponder scan later, exchange the two satellites in this list and try again.
Choose save and press the OK-Button. The configuration for 2 satellites via 22kHz (Highband only) is now done. The menu Transponder scan will show up. See sections Automatic transponder scan or Automatic multisat transponder scan for details.
2 satellites via DiSEqC A/B
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive two satellites from one Twin Universal or Quad Universal LNB. It does not matter if you use one or two dishes to achieve this. In this case the LNBs are connected to a so-called Multiswitch from which the signal is via coax cabled to the satellite receivers in your household. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
Choose the upper drop down menu and press the OK-Button. A list of all possible configurations will show up. Select the 2 satellites via DiSEqC A/B option and press the OK-Button.
Select your desired satellites as described in the one single satellite direct connection section. Make sure you know which satellite is connected to which input. If you do not find any services in the transponder scan later, exchange the two satellites in this list and try again.
Choose save and press the OK-Button. The configuration for 2 satellites via DiSEqC A/B is now done. The menu Transponder scan will show up. See sections Automatic transponder scan or Automatic multisat transponder scan for details.
4 satellites via DiSEqC OPT A/B
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive four satellites from one Twin Universal or Quad Universal LNB. It does not matter if you use one or two dishes to achieve this. In this case the LNBs are connected to a so-called Multiswitch from which the signal is via coax cabled to the satellite receivers in your household. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
The menu will change and reveal additional options now. There is no need to change anything here. Press the green Options-Button to save the settings.
You are taken back to the Satellite configuration menu.
You can now use the yellow Options-Button to add more satellites. Once you are done press the green OptionsButton to save your settings. You are now taken back to the Transponder scan menu. W
Use this type of configuration if you want to receive many satellites with a Rotor or Stab from a Single Universal LNB. The coax cable is directly connected from you Dreambox to the LNB. Please read the section Satellite configuration to learn how to get into this menu.
Choose the drop down menu Motor Setup and press the OK-Button.
Refer to the Rotors Manual for correct values degrees/second. Visit the Website http://www.heavens-above.com to figure out your geographical location. Enter the values for Longitude and Latitude and press the green Option-Button to save you settings.
Remove the check from the checkbox in front of Use gotoXX function to use a DiSEqC 1.2 Rotor like the SG2100 Rotor without USALS support. As you can see on the left, a new menu with new options will appear.
Take the list of preset satellite positions of your rotor, which can usually be found in the rotors manual and add each satellite that you want to receive in the list in the left. i.e.: Number 1 in the rotor is Hotbird 13 Ost You will have to enter a 1 in the Number in rotor field and a 130 in the Orbital position field.
For a better understanding please take a look at the Example table for the DiSEqC 1.2 Rotor (SG2100). It is borrowed fomr the original manual.
Press the yellow Options-Button to add the satellite to your list.
An example table of 4 satellites is depicted on the left. Attention: You can later on only scan for services on satellites that you have entered in this list. Press the green Options-Button to save your settings. The menu Transponder scan will show up. See sections Automatic transponder scan or Automatic multisat transponder scan for details.
Example table for the DiSEqC 1.2 Rotor (SG2100)
O = East, W = West (this table is not up to date, it is only for explanation)
Automatic transponder scan (DM 500-S)
Navigate to the option Automatic Transponder Scan and press the OK-Button. This option is primarily used for only scanning a single satellite in your list. Please select the option Automatic Multisat Scan if you want to scan for services on all set satellites at once. See section Automatic Multisat Scan for details.
Select one of the two satellites in the drop down menu and press the OK-Button.
You now should see that a valid transponder has been found and the checkboxes in front of LOCK and SYNC should be checked. SNR: Signal to Noise Ratio AGC: Automatic Gain Control BER: Bit Error Rate (should be equals 0 if possible) only Free: If you check the checkbox in front of the only Free option, your Dreambox will search on for FTA (nonencrypted) services.
No circular polarization: If you scan anything other than a C-Band satellite please check the checkbox. Press the green Options-Button to start searching. After you started searching you will see the progress bar and the estimated remaining time. Please wait until your Dreambox finished searching for services. You can always abort the searching by pressing the Exit-Button several times.
You will now be prompted if you want to scan another satellite. Press the green Options-Button if that is the case and you have setup another satellite in the satellite list. Press the red Options-Button to end the scan. You are taken back to the Service searching menu.
Automatic multisat scan (DM 500-S)
Navigate to the option Automatic Multisat Scan and press the OK-Button. This option will scan all satellites in your satellite list without asking you if you want to scan any other satellites.
The transponder scan menu for a multisat scan will pop up. Pressing the OK-Button will change the scan option of the selected satellite. The options nothing means that the satellite is not scanned for any transponders.
Pressing the OK-Button will toggle between the available scan options. Setting the multisat scan option to all will scan for all available services no matter if they are free or encrypted.
Pressing the OK-Button will toggle between the available scan options. Setting the multisat scan option to only free will scan for all available services that are not encrypted.
Pressing the OK-Button will toggle between the available scan options. Usually the all option is the best choice. Press the green Options-Button to start the scan.
The menu for the first scanned satellite is depicted on the left.
The menu for the second scanned satellite is depicted on the left.
The System will now ask you, if you want to scan any other transponders. Press the red Options-Button to quit the transponder scan. You are taken back to the Service searching menu.
Manual transponder scan (DM 500-S)
First choose the satellite you want to scan on with the OK-Button. Enter the transponder frequency with the Numeric Keypad on your remote control. Use the Navigation-Buttons left and right to switch between horizontal and vertical polarization and to change the FEC. Enter the symbol rate with the Numeric Keypad on your remote control. Press the green Options-Button to start the scan.
Service organizing Adding services to an existing Bouquet
Please read the section Service organizing Adding a new Bouquet to learn how to get into this menu.
Navigate to the option Add services to bouquet and press the OK-Button.
You are asked in which Bouquet to place the service. We will use our freshly created my new bouquet in this example. Press the OK-Button.
You can now choose whether to take a service from the providerlist or servicelist or the new services list.
Note: All services that were not found in your services list when you did an automatic transponder scan will be saved in the new services list. We will use the providerlist in our example. Press the OK-Button.
The providerlist will show up. In our example we will choose the provider ARD. Press the OK-Button.
You now see the services that are provided by ARD. In our example we mark the service Phoenix by pressing the OK-Button. You can choose more than one service by selecting them and pressing the OK-Button. They will be highlighted in red text if selected. Pressing the Exit-Button will quit your selection. You are taken back to the Service organizing menu.
Service organizing Editing a Bouquet
Navigate to the option Edit bouquets and press the OK-Button.
In our example we will edit a TV Bouquet. Press the OK-Button to edit the TV Bouquets.
In our example we will edit our freshly created my own bouquet Bouquet. Select it and press the OK-Button.
Pressing the red Options-Button will delete the service from the Bouquet. Attention: This will happen without question if you really want to do it! Pressing the green Options-Button will pick up the selected service and enable you to move its position in the Bouquet. Pressing the green Options-Button again will release the service. Pressing the yellow Options-Buttons will let you rename the selected service. See section Service organizing Adding a new Bouquet for details. Pressing the blue Options-Button will add a marker than you can name whatever you want it to be named. See section Service organizing Adding a new Bouquet for details. This allows you to divide your Bouquet list into several sections. The above describes procedures also apply for Radio and File Bouquets.
Parental lock and Setup lock
Navigate to the option Parental lock and press the OK-Button.
You can activate the parental and setup lock in this menu. It prevents anyone else from having unauthorized access to certain services, videos and MP3s. It also offers the possibility to only make certain services available to your kids. These protection mechanisms are controlled by a four digit PIN that only is know to you. Attention: If you loose your PIN you will have to reset your Dreambox to the factory defaults in order to deactivate any locks.
TuxText configuration menu: If teletext page 100 is shown you can press the MENU-Button to enter the configuration menu of the TuxText. You have the following options: Teletext - Selection: Use the Navigation-Button left or right to choose another teletext provider from the current transponder and press the OK-Button to view. This option is only available if there is more than one station on the current provider that transmit teletext. Aspect ratio: 16:9 im Standard-Modus = ein/aus (16:9 during Standard-Mode = enable/disable) Enabling this shows the TuxText in 16:9 Aspect Ratio. Press the OK-Button to enable or disable this option. The default setting is disabled. 16:9 im TextBild-Modus = ein/aus (16:9 during TextPicture-Mode = enable/disable) Enabling this, switches the TV to 16:9 Aspect Ratio if the PIG-Mode is activated with the Volumedown-Button. Press the OK-Button to enable or disable this option. The default setting is disabled. Note: On some older 4:3 TVs these Modes may not work. If enabled, it could happen, that your TV switches away from the VCR or A/V socket. The reason is a technical problem. The Switch signal on the Scart connector is at PIN 8 using 12 Volts. Using a 16:9 Aspect Ratio switches the PIN 8 to 6 Volts, which some older 4:3 TVs can not handle. If you are using a 4:3 TV, we suggest not to enable these modes. Brightness: Here you can adjust the brightness of your Teletext. Press the Navigation-Buttons left or right to adjust the brightness. Alpha: Here you can adjust the alpha value of your Teletext. Press the Navigation-Buttons left or right to adjust the alpha value. National codepage: automatische Erkennung = ein/aus (automatic detection = enable/disable) The national codepage detection is used to display the teletextpages with the right letters for your location. Press the OK-Button to enable or disable this option. The default setting is enabled. If disabled, use the Navigation-Buttons left or right, to choose your codepage.
Additional information can be found at www.tuxtxt.net
Navigate to the option Expert Setup and press the OK-Button.
Serviceselector help buttons: Press the OK-Button to turn the colored help buttons off. The default setting is enabled. Show Sat position: Putting a check behind this option by pressing the OK-Button will show the sat position of the current station in the Infobar. Enable Fast zapping: Pressing the OK-Button will remove the check behind this option. Switching stations will be a few nano seconds slower. Skip confirmations: Press the OK-Button to put a check behind this option. No more confirmation windows will be shown. Be careful with this option. The System does not ask anymore, if you would like to see the recorded movie after stopping recording nor if you would like to really delete a movie. The default setting is disabled.
Attention: If you are using a DHCP server in your LAN, configure the DHCP server so it does not assign the IP address used by the Dreambox. Otherwise an IP address collision is possible. Refer to the DHCP servers manual about how to configure a DHCP address pool. Port: Enter a port number of your choice to configure the HTTP port for the Dreamboxs web interface.The default port is 80. If the default port is set you can simply enter http://ip-of-your-box into the address bar of you browser to access the web interface. Otherwise you have to enter http://ip-of-yourbox:portnumber
Press the green Options-Button to save your settings.
Pressing the blue Options-Button in the Communication setup menu will take you to the Mount Manager menu. You can setup up to eight different configurations to connect your Dreambox to shared folders on your PC. Right now only NFS sharing is supported. IP: IP address of the NFS server you want to access. NFS: Right now only the option NFS is available. Once more share types are supported you can select the type in this drop down menu. Dir: Enter the name of the NFS share on the NFS server that you want to access. Checking the checkbox in front of the option Automount will automatically mount the selected NFS share at the next boot of your Dreambox. Press the green Options-Button to test the mount. You will get a system message if it was successful or not. Press the yellow Options-Button to save you settings. Press the red Options-Button to unmount the selected NFS share. Navigate between the 8 possible shares by using the Navigation-Buttons left or right. LocalDir: The default setting is /mnt and does not need to be changed unless you want to add more than one share. Adding more than one share requires you to create several sub directories via telnet on your Dreambox. The suggestion is to create /varmnt1 to /var/mnt8 Options: Either choose the option rw to have read and write access or choose the option ro to have read-only access to the NFS share. Extra: You can add additional mount parameters here. You have to know what you are doing otherwise leave this setting alone.
NGrab - Streaming Setup
Please read the section Expert setup to learn how to get into this menu. In this menu you can set the IP address and port number of the NGrab server. The server can be running on any workstation or server in the LAN or WAN.
Navigate to the option NGrab-Streaming and press the OK-Button.
Srv IP: Enter the IP address of the server or workstation running the NGrab software. Srv Port: Enter the port number of the server or workstation running the NGrab software. Srv MAC: The MAC address of the NGrab server will show once you have it running and press the blue OptionsButton. The MAC address is needed for the WOL (Wake On LAN) function of the server. The server needs to fully support APM (Advanced Power Management) and WOL to use this function. Press the green Options-Button to save your settings. You will be taken to the Expert setup menu.
Contact & support information
Headquarter & Distribution: Dream-Multimedia Sales and distribution through Visoduck Discount GmbH Pierbusch 24-Lnen Germany Dealers Hotline: (Dealers only) Tel.: +49 (0)180 - 98 - 000 Fax: +49 (0)180 - 98 - 001
You can reach the dealers hotline from : Mo - Fr. 09:00 am - 12:00 pm and 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm Technical Hotline: Tel.: +49 (0)180 - 99 - 777 Fax: +49 (0)180 - 99 - 778
You can reach the technical hotline from: Mo - Fr. 09:00 am - 12:00 pm and 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Dealers & Pricing: E-Mail: email@example.com Technical Support: E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Weblink: http://www.dream-multimedia-tv.de Support Forum: Weblink: http://www.dream-multimedia-tv.de/board Software Support (actual images): Weblink DM500: http://www.dm500.de
Serial. - No.:.... MAC - No.:...
(Serial and MAC-No. is located at the back of your Dreambox)
Customer Address: Name:... Street:... Country:... Postcode:.. City:..
Reseller Address: Name:... Street:... Country:... Postcode:.. City:..
Date of purchase:..
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Version 2, June 1991
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Analog Modem Unlimited service list for TV/Radio Switching services in less than a second Fully automated service seraching / transponder scan Bouquet list support EPG-Support (electronic program guide) Multi language OSD with skin support S/P-DIF optical connector AC-x Scart-Connector (comepletely software controlled) external 12V power converter CWT 12V, 2A, 24W A/V Output (Audio/Video Cinch)
Video decoder: Video Compression MPEG-2 and MPEG-1 compatible Video Standard PAL G/ 25 Hz Video Formats 4:3 / 16:9 Footage 16:9, automatic assimilation for 16:9 TV-Device (over Scart) Letterbox percolating for 4:3 TV-Device
Audio decoder: Audio compression MPEG-1 & MPEG-2 Layer I and II
Audio Mode Dual (main/sub), Stereo Frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
126.96.36.199 Output analog:
Output Level L/R 0,5 Vss on 600 Ohm THD > 60 dB (1 kHz) Crosstalk < -65 dB
Output Level 0,5 Vss on 75 Ohm Sampled Data Filtering 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz S/P-DIF-Output optical (AC3)
Output Level FBAS 1 Vss +/- 0.3 dB on 75 Ohm
Output: FBAS,RGB,S-Video over OSD selectable
Serial Interface RS 232:
Typ RS232 bidirectional Bitrate 115,2 kBit/s max. Plug Connector SUB-D-9 Function Update of Firmware and Preprogramming User Manual Dreambox DM 500+
100 Mbit compatible, bi-directional interface Function Update of Firmware and Preprogramming 95
12V power converter 110-230V / 50-60Hz AC +/- 15%
Ambient Temperature +15C.+35C Humidity < 80% Size (B x T x H): 196 mm x 130 mm x 40 mm Weight: 500g
DM 500+-C/T datos especficos:
DVB-C/T Tuner: Frequency Range 51. 858 MHz Input Impedance 75 Ohm Symbolrate 1. 6.9 Mbaud/s
DM 500+-S datos especficos:
DVB-S-Tuner: Frequency Range 950 - 2150 MHz Signal Level - 65 dBm - 25 dBm Signal-to-Noise Level 12 dB max. DBS-Tuner Input Connector F-Type female Input Impedance 75 Ohm AFC +/- 3 MHz
Demodulation Shaped QPSK Symbolrate 2 - 45 Mbaud/s, SCPC / MCPC Inner FEC: Rates:1/2, 2/3, , 5/6, 7/8 (DVB specification) Demultiplexing according to ISO 13818-1 LNB power supply: LNB Strom 500mA max. ; kurzschlussfest LNB Spannung vertikal < 14V ohne Last, > 11,5V bei 400mA LNB Spannung horizontal < 20V ohne Last, > 17,3V bei 400mA LNB Abschaltung im Standby-Mode Anzahl aktiver Satellitenpositionen: DiSEqC V1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3 (USALS)
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