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HD Digital Receiver
The default password is 0000.
Thank you for purchasing a HUMAX product. Please read this users manual carefully to be able to safely install, use and maintain the product at maximum performance. Keep this users manual next to your product for future reference. The information in this users manual is subject to change without notice.
Copyright (Copyright 2010 HUMAX Corporation)
Not to be copied, used or translated in part or whole without HUMAXs prior consent in writing except approval of ownership of copyright and copyright law.
The warranty does not cover parts which may become defective due to misuse of the information contained in this manual.
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.
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.
This product should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. Please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. This will prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal. 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. Business users: Contact your supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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Notice Quick Start Guide
1. Checking Accessories 2. Product Overview 3. Connections 4. Powering On 5. Installation Wizard 6. Menu Overview
Software Update Antenna Power Factory Default OTA (Over the Air)
System Information Signal Detection Power Management Network
Changing Channels Volume / Mute / Audio Display Format / Resolution Programme Information (i-plate) Sleep Timer Subtitle Text and Interactive Services
Specification Service and Support Safety Warning Trouble Shooting Error Message Glossary Remote Control Code List OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE NOTICE
Changing Channels Editing Channels in Channel List
Editing Channels Editing Favourite Channels
Watching Programmes Setting Reminders Finding Programmes Scheduling Reminders
Using Video List Using Music List Using Photo List
Parental Control Language Setting Setting Power On/Off Timer Video Setting Audio Setting Screen Display
Automatic Search Manual Search
Quick Start Guide
1. Checking Accessories
Remote Control & Batteries
Manual & Quick Start Guide
Note: The accessories may vary according to area.
2. Product Overview
STANDBY Switches between operation and standby modes. Status Display OK MENU RESET Restart the receiver.
STANDBY/TV/RADIO LED The light is emitted when the product is in each mode.
Note: The image shown may differ from the actual product.
ANTENNA IN Connect your main aerial. ANTENNA OUT Connect to the TV or VCR using an RF cable.
VIDEO Connect to the TV or VCR using an RCA cable. AUDIO Connect to the TV or VCR using an RCA cable.
ETHERNET Connect a LAN cable. USB Port Connect a USB storage device. (XviD, MP3 or JPEG)
TV SCART Connect to the TV using a TV SCART cable. VCR SCART Connect to the VCR or DVD using a VCR SCART cable.
HDMI Connect to the TV using an HDMI cable.
SPDIF Connect to the audio system using an S/PDIF cable. (digital audio)
To control the product please make sure that the PVR mode is selected on the remote control.
MUTE STANDBY MODE
Mutes audio Switches between operation and standby modes. Changes the mode of remote. (0-9) Reserved for future functionality. Access to Humax TV Portal. Displays the main menu. Play, II Pause, Stop, Record (Reserved for future functionality) Rewind, Fast Forward, I Previous, I Next, Instant Replay, Skip Colour keys for interactive applications. Displays the media list. Displays the programme guide. Moves the cursor up, down, left or right. Selects a menu or confirms. Exits all On-Screen Display (OSD) screens. Returns to the previous screen.
NUMERIC TV Portal MENU Playback Control Buttons
COLOUR Buttons MEDIA GUIDE ARROW Buttons OK EXIT BACK
Note: The image shown may differ from the actual product. Some playback control buttons may not function depending on the contents.
VOLUME P /P LIST i (Information) OPT+ AUDIO SUB TV/RADIO TEXT SOURCE SLEEP V-FORMAT WIDE
Select Tune/Reserve Page up/down
Note: Press the i button to view the detailed programme information. : Scheduled programme (Blue: Reminder) : Present time, : DRM(Digital Rights Management) icon
1. Select a programme and press the OK button. The programme will be displayed in the preview. 2. Press the OK button again to exit the TV guide and watch the programme.
1. Select a future programme and press the OK button. 2. Select Reminder and press the OK button. Press the OK button again to cancel the reservation. The reserved programmes will be added automatically in Schedule. Note: If the programme is overlapped with another programme, adjust the reservation appropriately. If the channel is locked, you will be prompted to enter your password before watching. The default password is 0000. If you have forgotten your password, please contact Humax Customer Support. In standby mode the product will switch on to the channel when the programme starts. You can reschedule reminders.(Refer to Scheduling Reminders.)
Quick Navigation Press the / button to move to the previous/next programme. Press the / button to jump back/ahead two hours. Press the I / I button to move to the previous/next day. Changing Group To list the channels of other groups, press the BLUE button and select a group you want. Note: Press the TV/RADIO button to switch between TV and Radio groups. To search specific programmes, go to Find Programmes by pressing the GREEN button. (Refer to Finding Programmes.)
Find will help you find the programmes more specifically using the keyword or genre.
1. 2. 3. 4. Press the GREEN button. Select Keyword and press the button. Select a keyword and press the OK button. Press the YELLOW button to confirm.
Note: To enter a new keyword, select New Keyword.
1. 2. 3. 4. Press the GREEN button. Select Genre and press the button. Select a genre and press the OK button. Select the specific genre and press the OK button. (if provided)
Display Page up/down
Note: Press the i button to view the detailed programme information. Press the OK button to watch a found programme. (Refer to Changing Channels.) You can set reminders for future programmes. (Refer to Setting Reminders.)
Schedule lists reminders and will help you manage them in more detail. 1. Press the YELLOW button. 2. You can add, edit or delete your reminders.
To add, select New Reminder and press the OK button. To edit, select a reminder and press the OK button. To delete, select a reminder and press the BLUE button.
3. Reminder will pop up. You can change the options you want using the / / / , NUMERIC(0~9) and OK buttons. 4. Select OK to save and exit.
Display Confirm Select Note: Press the i button to view the detailed Page programme information. up/down You can easily set reminders in TV guide, Find Programmes or i-plate navigation mode. (Refer to Setting Reminders, Find Programmes or Programme Information)
You can playback video, music or photo files. Press the MEDIA button. Go to MENU Video/Music/Photo.
1. Press the BLUE button to display the type of storage. 2. Select the storage type and press the OK button.
USB: Displays each partition of the USB. Network: The DLNA server is searched. Select the type of the server.
Note: Only one USB icon will appear even when there are more than one USB. The network icon is displayed only when the network has been connected.
1. Press the YELLOW button to switch the media. 2. Select the media type and press the OK button.
Video, Music, Photo
Using the DLNA Server
You can have access to DLNA servers such as the PC or NAS (Network attached storage) and play the video, music or photo files. To connect to a DLNA server, the receiver must be connected to the local network.
Playing Video Files in Network 1. 2. 3. 4. Go to MENU>Video Press the BLUE button and select Network. Select the DLNA server from the list and select the folder the video file is located in. Select the video file and play the file.
Note: Playing music and photo files is similar as playing video files. You can download DLNA tools such as Media Server 11(http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ windowsmedia/de/player/11/default.aspx) and XBMC((http://www.xbmc.org). The software can be downloaded and updated in each website.
Using Video List
Path of folder Storage
Select a file and press the OK button. Playback will start from the recently viewed point. To select multiple files, select the files and press the RED button. Note: If a folder is selected, the file within the folder will not play unless it is selected. You will be prompted to enter the password when playing locked files. You can view Xvid files only. Playback Stops Fast Forward Fast Backward Playback in slow Note: Some playback control buttons may not function depending on the contents. / Pauses Move to the previous chapter and replay the scene. Move to the next chapter and skip scenes. Jump to the previous or next scene.
Using Music List
Title, artist, album
Playing Music Files
To play all files in the folder, press the OK button. If you want to play the selected files only, select the files and press the OK button.
Channel: Select the channel to be displayed when powering on. Volume: Adjust the volume of the audio when powering on. Repeat: Select the repeat mode of the power on timer.
4. To turn off the product automatically, select Power Off Timer and select Set Timer. 5. Enter the time. Note: The power on time and power off time should be set different from each other.
MENU Settings Preferences Video
Setting TV Screen Ratio You can select the screen ratio of your TV. 1. Select Screen Ratio. 2. Select an option.
16:9 - 4:3
Setting Display Format You can select the display format according to the screen ratio of your TV. 1. Select Display Format. 2. Select an option.
Screen ratio 4:3: Auto - Letterbox 16:9 Letterbox 14:9 - Centre Screen ratio 16:9: Auto - Pillarbox - Zoom
Note: You can set the display format by pressing the WIDE button while watching a programme. Refer to Display Format / Resolution.
Screen ratio Display Format
4:3 Auto Letterbox16:9 Letterbox14:9 Centre
16:9 Auto Pillarbox Zoom
Setting TV SCART / VCR SCART You can select the video signal output option for the TV SCART or VCR SCART. 1. Select TV SCART or VCR SCART. 2. Select an option.
TV SCART: CVBS S-Video RGB VCR SCART: CVBS S-Video
MENU Settings Preferences Audio
Setting Audio Description You can set to narrate the on-screen visuals which is used for visually impaired viewers. 1. Select Audio Description. 2. Select an option.
On - Off
Note: Not all channels/programmes will provide Audio Description; for further information please contact the Broadcaster. Setting Digital Audio Output You can select the digital audio signal output of your product. 1. Select Digital Audio Output. 2. Select an option.
Stereo - Multi-channel
Setting Lip-Sync You can adjust the sound difference of audio and video. 1. Select Lip-Sync. 2. Adjust the lip-sync using the / button. Pressing the right button increases the audio speed and pressing the left button decreases it.
MENU Settings Preferences Screen Display
Setting Info Display Time You can set the duration the information box is displayed every time the channel is switched. 1. Select Info Display Time. 2. Select an option.
Off - 1~20 sec
Setting Transparency You can set the transparency of the On-Screen Display. 1. Select Transparency. 2. Select an option.
Off - 25% - 50% - 75%
Setting Subtitle Display You can set to display the subtitle automatically or not. 1. Select Subtitle Display. 2. Select an option.
Setting Subtitle Font You can adjust the subtitle font. 1. Select Subtitle Font. 2. Select an option.
Variable - Fixed
Installation menu allows you to search the available TV and radio channels. Software update, antenna power and factory default setting are also available in this section. MENU Settings Installation
Note: You will be prompted to enter the password to access this menu. The default password is 0000. If you have forgotten your password, please contact Humax Customer Support. Press the BACK button to save the changes and return to the previous screen. Press the MENU or EXIT button to exit.
You can search channels automatically without entering any other information. 1. Select Automatic Search. Channel search starts. 2. Select Save and press the OK button to save the results. Note: Select Stop and press the OK button to stop the channel search.
You can search channels manually by searching parameters. 1. Select Manual Search. 2. Configure the search options.
Channel: Select the channel. Frequency: Enter the frequency. Transmission: Select DVB-T or DVB-T2. Bandwidth: Select the bandwidth. Network Search: Select On or Off.
3. Select Search and press the OK button. 4. Select Save and press the OK button to save the results. Note: Select Stop and press the OK button to stop the channel search. For information on the correct channel numbers to use in your area please visit http://www.digitaluk. co.uk. Please select the I am in the aerial installation trade option when searching your postcode.
MENU Settings Installation Software Update
1. Select Software Update. 2. Select Automatic Update if you want to update the software automatically. 3. Select Manual Update if you want to update the software by entering the options manually.
Channel: Select the channel. Frequency: Enter the frequency. Transmission: Select DVB-T or DVB-T2.
4. Select Search and press the OK button to search new software. Note: The product is designed to search for software updates at 4am each morning if the product is in Standby mode; we recommend that you switch the product to standby mode each evening after viewing so that the product is updated automatically. To check if Software Updates are available for your product please visit http://www.dtg.org.uk/ industry/download_schedule.php.
2. To avoid electrical shock;
3. To avoid damage of product;
4. To avoid damage of the hard disk drive (PVR only)
Before contacting your local service centre, please read the tips below carefully. If the problem persists after completing the following procedure, please contact your local product distributor or service centre for further instructions. 1. No message displayed on the front display. (The product will not switch on.)
Check the main power cable and make sure it is plugged into a suitable power outlet. Check that the mains supply is switched on. Connect the power cable to a different power outlet. Check that the power switch is on at the rear of the product. (where applicable) Make sure that the product is powered on and in operation mode. (Press the STANDBY button) Make sure that the AV cable is firmly connected to the TV. Make sure that the antenna cable is properly connected to the product. Make sure that you have selected the correct AV Channel / Input on your TV set (refer to your TV user manual for more information) Be sure to activate channel search. Check the brightness level of the TV. Check if the channel is currently on air. Contact the broadcaster to ensure that the channel is running. Press the SOURCE button if the product is in external input mode. (where applicable) Satellite: Make sure that the antenna setting in the menu is correct. Install the antenna in an obstacle-free place. Make sure there is no mobile phone or microwave oven near the product. Keep the power and the antenna cables apart from each other. Check the signal levels and adjust your antenna if the level is too low. The signal level may be affected by weather conditions.
2. No picture
3. Poor picture/sound quality
Note: If the antenna is covered with snow or the RF is weakened by heavy rain, the condition of the sound and picture may temporarily be poor. However, the poor sound and picture quality due to weather conditions cannot be accepted as a malfunction of product.
6. Cannot make reservations. 7. No password information is given. 8. Channel search does not work.
9. Cannot update new software.
10. The product makes a humming noise. (PVR only)
11. Cannot record progammes. (PVR only)
12. Cannot operate TSR (Time Shifted Recording). (PVR only)
13. Cannot playback. (PVR only)
14. Cannot change channels while recording. (PVR only)
Error message Possible causes The satellite dish is not pointing at the satellite. Signal is too weak.
No or bad signal [Satellite]
What to do Adjust dish alignment. Increase the LNB voltage or connect a signal amplifier. Change to a larger dish. Change the LNB. Set the antenna correctly. Make sure the cable is connected correctly. Exchange the cable. Exchange the cable. Adjust aerial. Check the cable from the aerial. If you cannot resolve the problem, you may need to have your aerial and installation tested by a professional. Confirm if the channel is currently on air. Check if the channel is currently on air Remove the channel from the channel list and check for new transponder details. Press the audio button to confirm that the channel has audio options. Make sure you are subscribed to the channel. If the product has been turned off for a long time (standby or power off ), please wait for authorization. It may take up to 60 minutes.
Satellite dish is too small. Problem with LNB. Wrong antenna setting. The cable is not connected.
No or bad signal [Cable]
The cable may be damaged or defective. The channel is not broadcasting.
No or bad signal [Terrestrial]
The aerial is not pointing properly.
The channel has a signal, but no audio or video. The channel is scrambled or not available. The channel has been deleted by the broadcasting company. The channel is for data broadcasting. The audio is not available. The channel has a video signal, but no audio. No access No access No authorization.
CVBS (Composite Video Baseband Signal) A technology for transmitting video signals via a cable. Mixes luminance (brightness) and the chrominance (colour) signals together. DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) A DiSEqC compatible receiver relies on a switching box which detects the 22kHz tone pulsing rapidly on and off. In this way, a specially designed receiver can control numerous LNBs through a DiSEqC switching box. Dolby Digital An encoding system that digitally compresses up to 5.1 discrete channels of audio (left front, centre, right front, left surround, right surround) into a single Bitstream. A low frequency effect (LFE) channel is included providing the sound needed for special effects. DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) Set of standards that define digital broadcasts using satellite, cable or terrestrial systems. EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) An electronic equivalent to a printed television listings magazine; 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, including a short summary or commentary for each program. The information supplied in the EPG is sent and updated by the channel broadcaster. FEC (Forward Error Correction) A technique for error control of data transmission. Frequency The property of a signal measured in cycles per second (=Hz). FTA (Free- To-Air) An unscrambled broadcaster allowing customers to view channels or services without paying any subscription. HDD (Hard Disk Drive) The primary computer storage medium, which is made of one or more aluminum or glass platters, coated with a ferromagnetic material. Hi-Fi (High Fidelity) The characteristics of audio devices that can play back all the audio frequencies a person can detect, which is the range of 16Hz-20KHz. Sometimes it is used to indicate good quality of audio devices such as stereo tape recorders. LNB (Low Noise Block) A device that is mounted on an arm facing your satellite dish, focusing on satellite signals. A LNB converts signals received from satellite to a lower frequency and sends them to a satellite receiver via coaxial cable. NVOD (Near Video On Demand) A technology that allows customers to view the start of popular programmes or films within a short period from the time they make their selection. This is possible as the broadcaster sends multiple copies with staggered start times. OSD (On Screen Display) OSD displays the basic information necessary for the users to configure monitor or TV settings. OSD information may include brightness, contrast, tuning, RGB adjustment, and screen size and position. OTA (Over the Air) A standard for the transmission of software for equipment, through a broadcast system. Manufacturers reserve the right for deciding the release of the software for their products. PID (Packet Identifier) A set of numbers identifying stream packets contained within a single data stream. PIP (Picture In Picture) A function that allows you to display two different TV channels (or TV inputs) on a single screen.
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