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PC/AT is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States. Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. All other company or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Some IC chips in this product include confidential and/or trade secret property belonging to Texas Instruments. Therefore you may not copy, modify, adapt, translate, distribute, reverse engineer, reverse assemble or discompile the contents thereof. 22. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 23. Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. 24. Wall or Ceiling Mounting This product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 25. Heat and Flames The receiver should not be placed near to naked flames or sources of intense heat, such as an electric fire. Ensure that no naked flames sources, such as lighted candles are placed on top of the receiver.

WARNING

The mark is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE). The mark indicates the requirement NOT to dispose the equipment including any spent or discarded batteries as unsorted municipal waste, but use the return and collection systems available. If the batteries or accumulators included with this equipment, display the chemical symbol Hg, Cd, or Pb, then it means that the battery has a heavy metal content of more than 0.0005% Mercury, or more than 0.002% Cadmium or more than, 0.004% Lead.
SOME DOS AND DON'TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT
This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured. ************** DO read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. DO ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between the pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug before making or changing connections. DO consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment. DO be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment. DO route the mains lead so that it is not likely to be walked on, crushed, chafed, or subjected to excessive wear and tear or heat. ************** DON'T remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DON'T obstruct the ventilation openings of the equipment with items such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DON'T allow electrical equipment to be exposed to dripping or splashing, or objects filled with liquids, such as vases, to be placed on the equipment. DON'T place hot objects or naked flame sources such as lighted candles or nightlights on, or close to equipment. High temperatures can melt plastic and lead to fires. DON'T use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws - to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturer's approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions. DON'T use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving. DON'T listen to headphones at high volume, as such use can permanently damage your hearing. DON'T leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a stand-by mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people. DON'T continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any way - switch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer. ABOVE ALL --- NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case - this could result in a fatal electrical shock; --- NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind --- It is better to be safe than sorry!

POWER CORD (MAINS LEAD)

Do not place the product where a piece of furniture or other heavy object could trap the power cord (mains lead). Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be routed in such a way that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord periodically to see if it is damaged. If it is damaged, please ask an approved service agent to replace it. For your own safety read following instructions carefully before attempting to connect this device to the mains. This unit is designed to operate on a 220V-240V AC - 50Hz supply only. Connecting it to other power sources may damage it. Ensure that the supply corresponds to the information on the rating label on the bottom of the unit. This digital terrestrial receiver is supplied with a moulded mains plug. This plug must not be cut off as it may contain a special radio interference filter, the removal of which could lead to impaired performance. If you wish to extend the lead, obtain an appropriate safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer. Observe the manufacturers instructions when connecting extension leads to the set. Check the fuse rating on the new plug, this should be fitted with a 5 Amp fuse which conforms to either ASTA or BSI The mains plug is the disconnect device and therefore must remain readily operable. or (BS1362) approvals, these are easily identifiable by either the symbols. If you are in any doubt about the installation of an extension lead, please consult a competent electrician.
This symbol means that this unit is double insulated. An earth connection is not required.
CAUTION To prevent electric shock, do not remove the cover. No user servicable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Disconnect from the mains supply before cleaning.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Power Source. This unit should only be connected to a 220-240V AC 50-60 Hz power supply. Do not connect to any other supply. Power Lead. Do not place the lead where it may be stepped on or tripped over. Do not place heavy objects on the lead. If the lead becomes cut or damaged, please disconnect the unit from the mains supply. The mains plug or the appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing this product. It will give you good service if you take note of all safety notices and recommendations. Contents supplied :
DIGITAL TV RECORDER HD163

INSTRUCTION BOOK

QUICK SETUP GUIDE
Remote controller RC 1101

Batteries 2 x AAA

RF CABLE 1X

SCART CABLE 1X

REMOTE CONTROL
1. Press the mark on the cover and slide it in the direction of the arrow. 2. Insert the batteries making sure the polarities correctly match the + and - marks inside the battery compartment. 3. Attach the cover and slide it until it clicks into place.
Incorrect use of the batteries may cause them to leak or explode. Please follow the precautions below.
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Insert the batteries making sure the polarities correctly match the + and - marks inside the battery compartment. Batteries of different types have different properties, therefore do not mix batteries of different types. Do not mix new and old batteries. This may shorten the life of new batteries or may cause old batteries to leak. Remove the batteries from the remote control once they have run out, as leaving them in can cause them to leak. Battery fluid from leaked batteries is harmful to skin, therefore ensure that you wipe them first and then remove them using a cloth. Remove the batteries from the remote control if you will not be using the remote control for a long time. Comply with the rules accordance of each local government when disposing of worn-out batteries. Replacement batteries for this unit are 1.5 Volt (R03/AAA).

GETTING STARTED

Before connecting, ensure that the power cord of the unit is unplugged from the AC outlet and turn off the devices to be connected. After making all connections (Diagrams on page 12), turn on the unit first and then the other devices. "NOTE" - When the unit is first powered up, please wait a short while before activating the receiver as the unit's software needs to be initialised and the hard disk is checked. You can turn on your unit by pressing the Standby button on the remote control. During starting, a blue light is viewable on the front panel. The unit is equipped with output terminals that support RGB, S-video and CVBS video signals.The image quality is highest in the order of the RGB signal, the S-video signal and the CVBS video signal.

The next menu will ask you to choose the HDMI resolution. If you intend just using the Scart output then just press OK and continue the scanning process.
Using the [LEFT] or [RIGHT] keys on the remote control, you can select between 576p, 720p and 1080i. Please check the HDMI resolutions supported by your TV set and select the most appropriate one from this menu. The next menu will ask you, if you want to begin with the automatic channel scan.

MAIN MENU

Main menu is accessed by pressing the MENU key on the remote control. Navigate with 5/6 keys among the menus and press OK to activate menus. In some sub-menus, press the BACK button to return to the previous menu, otherwise, use it to exit from the menu. In all menus there is an Info banner at the bottom of the screen. These are functions that can be used in the current menu.

1. CHANNEL LIST

Channel list is the place where the channels are managed. The following operations can be performed in this menu: 1. Navigating channel list 2. Deleting channels 3. Renaming channels 4. Adding locks to channels 5. Setting favourite list
1.1. NAVIGATING CHANNEL LIST
In the channel table 5/6 moves the selection to the previous or next.To exit menu and watch a specific channel highlight it using, 5/6 then press OK key while the "SELECT" option at the bottom of the screen is highlighted. If the selected channel is password protected then a pop up menu is displayed. If the correct code is entered, the selected channel can be watched. You can now select another channel in the list. The scroll Bar in middle of the screen shows relative position of the currently visible channels with respect to the whole list.

1.2. DELETING CHANNEL

To delete a channel highlight it using 5/6, then highlight the Delete button using 3/4and press OK. A message is displayed to confirm your decision, if you still want to delete select YES, with the < > buttons or the operation will be cancelled if you select NO.

1.3. EDIT CHANNELS

To rename a specific channel, highlight "Edit Name" button after the channel is selected and press OK. A box appears on the screen. 3/4 moves to the previous/next character. 5/6 toggles the current character, i.e., b character becomes a on 6 and c on 5. Pressing the numeric buttons 0.9 replaces the highlighted character with the characters printed above the button one by one as the button is pressed. Pressing BACK cancels the editing and OK saves the new name.
1.4. ADDING LOCKS TO CHANNELS
Channel Locking provides a password-protected access to channels selected by parents. In order to lock a channel you should know the parental Lock password (set to 0000 in the factory and can only be changed from the Configuration Menu), from the channel list menu highlight the channel to be locked and select the Lock button with the < > keys, when OK is pressed a password box is displayed. Enter the parental Lock code, press OK and the Lock icon will be displayed in front of the selected channel. Repeat the same operation to cancel the Lock.

8 (PAGE RIGHT)

TEXT (SEARCH) 4 (NOW)
: moves the page to right. : activates Search window. : shows the current programme.

2.1. PROGRAMME OPTIONS

In EPG menu, press the OK button to enter the Programme Options menu.

2.1.1. SELECT CHANNEL

In EPG menu, using this option, you can switch to channel of the programme which is selected.
2.1.2. RECORD / DELETE TIMER
In EPG menu, after you have selected a programme, press the OK button and select the Record option in the menu which appears and press the OK button again. So a recording is set to the selected programme. This option operates like the RECORD button. To cancel an already set recording, highlight that programme and press the OK button and select the option Delete Timer. The recording will be cancelled.
2.1.3. RECORD SERIES / DELETE SERIES TIMER
In EPG menu, after you have selected a programme, press the OK button and select the Record Series option in the menu which appears and press the OK button again. So a series recording is set to the selected programme. With this feature, you can record a programme and all of its following parts within 7 days. The information belonging to the selected programme will be saved from the software and following parts of the selected programme which are not included in the period of 7 days, will be automatically added day by day. The letter s denotes that these recordings are series records. To cancel an already set series recording, highlight that programme and press the OK button and select the option Delete Series Timer. The recordings will be cancelled. Note: Series programme informations should be broadcasted by the broadcaster.

2.1.4. CHECK CONFLICTS

A conflict is caused, if more than two programmes are set for recording in the same time interval or if two reminders have the same starting time. In the EPG menu, press the OK button. In the following window, select the option Check Conflicts and press again the OK button. You will enter the Too Many Timers window.
2.1.5. SET REMINDER / DELETE REMINDER
In EPG menu, after you have selected a programme, press the OK button and select the Set Reminder option in the menu which appears and press the OK button again. You can set a reminder for future programs. To cancel an already set reminder, highlight that programme and press the OK button and select the option Delete Reminder. The reminder will be cancelled.

2.1.6. SPLIT RECORD

If you select a programme to be recorded, with this feature, if there is another part of the programme available, it will also be set automatically to be recorded. For example in the following picture you see the programme with a red underline, which following episode is also underlined. To do this, you have to press only the RECORD button once. The rest will be done automatically. Note: Split programme informations should be broadcasted by the broadcaster.
2.1.7. MULTIPLE / ALTERNATIVE TIMER RECORD
It is possible to record or set reminder for two individual events at the same time interval. If you set more than two recordings/reminders at the same time, you will see an error message.
INFO: Pressing this button, gives you detailed information about the selected programme. Record/Cancel: Sets recordings for the selected programme. If you pres it again, the recording will be cancelled. OK: Pressing this button will save the latest changings and you will leave this window and go back to the EPG window. Alternatives: If you press this button, you will get alternatives for the programme which causes a conflict. NOTE: A conflict is caused, if more than two programmes are set for recording in the same time interval or if two reminders have the same starting time. To solve this conflict, you have to select an alternative for one of those programmes or cancel one of the reminders.
NOTE: If there is still a conflict and you leave this menu by pressing the OK button, you will see this warning message: There are still conflicts!. In timer menu, you can see this conflict as the picture below. A warning triangle will appear nearby the programmes which cause a conflict. These programmes will be recorded partially or not.

3. TIMERS

To display Timer window press either TIMERS key or activate it from main menu. The features of this menu are like below: Delete: You can delete the highlighted single timer or series timer. Edit: You can edit the saved timers. Add: By pressing this button, you will go to the Add Timer menu. Options: If you press the OK button, you can select the Delete Timer, Delete Series Timer and Check Conflicts. To add a Timer press YELLOW button on the remote and the, Add Timer windows appears. Channel: 3/4 keys will navigate the user through the TV or Radio list. Date: By using either 3/4 or 0,1,2,9 keys start date is entered. Start: By using either 3/4 or 0,1,2,9 keys start time is entered. End: By using either 3/4 or 0,1,2,9 keys end time is entered. Duration: Displays the duration of the recording. This is automatically worked out after the start and end times have been entered. Playback: permit or block playback for other users."use parental settings" is default. Change /Delete: permit or prohibit any modifications for other users. When a timer Start time is reached, the receiver starts to record the desired program, then when the end time is reached, the record stops. Save the adjustments by means of GREEN key or cancel with RED button. Edit the list via GREEN key and delete with the RED button.

RECORDING TITLE

If you want to display a recording title, select Include (To do this, use the 3/4 buttons). If not, select Skip. By selecting Skip, the options below will be disabled. While archiving, you could decide to show the names of the saved recordings on the scren. DISPLAY: In this option, you could decide, which of the following items should be displayed in the recording title: Name, Start date/time and Length.
DURATION: Set the duration of the appeareance of the Edit recording title menu main title on the screen. If you press the Menu button during playback, you will enter the Chapter options and in this menu, you could set any point as a chapter. So, the user is be able to skip frames which should not be archived. The user could also start and stop the playback from any chapter he wants. To stop archiving, press the STOP button. During archiving, no other button will be function.

4.2. CHAPTER OPTIONS

During playback of a recording, if you press the MENU button, you will get to the Chapter Options menu. The chapter options menu includes following options:
4.2.1. CREATE NEW CHAPTER MARK
Using the 5/6 buttons select this option and press the OK button, to create a chapter mark. You could set a chapter mark anywhere you want.
4.2.2. FORWARDS TO NEXT CHAPTER
Using the 5/6 buttons select this option and press the OK button, to go to the next chapter. If there is more than one chapter.
4.2.3. BACK TO START OF CHAPTER
Using the 5/6 buttons select this option and press the OK button, to go to the beginning of the current chapter. This is the last played chapter.
4.2.4. BACK TO PREVIOUS CHAPTER
Using the 5/6 buttons select this option and press the OK button, to go to back to the previous chapter. If there is more than one chapter.
5. COMMON INTERFACE (for Pay Service Channels)
Slot for a Common Access module: This STB is equipped with one PCMCIA slot. When a Common Interface CAM is inserted inside the PCMCIA slot, the system detects the type of the CAM automatically and display in the main menu.This STB supports Common Interface CAMs under DVB specification. The CI CAMs include a built-in smart card reader. Insert the smart card into the CAM gently with the gold coloured chip upwards. Slide in the CAM gently inside the slot so that it sits in the socket tightly. To be able to receive scrambled digital terrestrial channels you will need a Smartcard and/or a Common Interface CA (Conditional Access) module* from the Service Provider of your choice. The Service Provider is the programme distributor. If you are subscribing to services from more than one Service Provider, you might have to change between different Smartcards and/or CA modules. Please note that a Smartcard and CA module may only be valid for a single Service Provider and due to this, a specific range of channels. The Smartcard and the CA module may also provide access to special menus not described in this manual. If so, please follow the instructions from the Service Provider. Only free to air channels are available without the Smartcard and/or the CA Module. Note: The Smartcard and / or the CA module are distributed by your Service Provider. After inserting the card, leave it in the slot permanently. Do not remove it again, unless your Service Provider asks you to do so. This is important, because if your Service Provider wants to download new information to the Smartcard, the card has to be in the slot. * Only use a DVB Standard Common Interface CA Module. WARNING: Do not insert or remove module when the set-top box is running.

6.2.7. CHANNEL LIST

Use 5/6 buttons to go to Channel List option. Use 3/4buttons to toggle Channel List Mode. If you select TV Only you navigate through only TV channels, if you select Radio Only you navigate through only radio channels, if you navigate Text Only you navigate through only Text channels with the PR+/PR- buttons. If you choose Show All all, channels can be navigated with the PR+/PRbuttons. To save the recent changes and exit; press the MENU button.
6.2.8. SCAN ENCRYPTED CHANNELS
Use / buttons to go to the Scan Encrypted Channels option. Use / buttons to toggle YES or NO the searching for encrypted channels.
6.2.9. RECEIVER UPGRADE - OAD
Over Air Download (OAD): To ensure that your STB always has the most up todate information. Please ensure that after use it is set to its standby mode. The STB automatically powers up at 3.00 A.M. each day and searches for any new information which may be broadcast and will download this to your receiver automatically. This operation will normally take approximately 30 minutes. If you have an important recording to make at 3.00 A.M. which must not have a 30 minutes interrupt then you can disable the auto OAD search by performing the following: Press Menu button and using the 5/6 buttons to choose Setup and press the OK button. Highlight Configuration menu with 5/6 keys and pres OK. Use 5/6 buttons to choose "RECEIVER UPGRADE" and press OK button. Using the left / right button change Automatic scanning from Enabled to Disabled. Highlight Scan for upgrade menu with 5/6 keys and pres OK to commence upgrade.
Do not forget to re enable the automatic OAD function after you have made your recording by repeating the above instructions but this time selecting ENABLE.

6.2.10. PARENTAL LOCKING

Use 5/6 buttons to go to Parental Lock option. Press OK button to enter the menu. A box asking for the lock key is displayed. The key is set to 0000 initially. Enter lock key. If it is incorrect, "Wrong Pin" is displayed. If it is correct, the Parental Control Menu is displayed.

6.2.10.i. MENU LOCK

In menu lock you can set locking for All Menus, or the Installation Menu to restrict access to these menu's. If the menu lock is disabled, there will be free access to the menu system. Use 5/6 buttons to go to Menu Lock option. Use 3/4 buttons to choose Menu Lock Mode. DISABLED : All menus are unlocked. ALL MENUS : All Menus are accessible only with the correct lock key.So the user cant add, delete, rename, channels, cant set timers. INSTALLATION MENU : Installation menu is locked.So the user cant add channels. Changes will be updated after exiting Configuration Menu.

6.2.10.ii. SET PIN

The PIN code of the unit changed. Use 5/6 buttons to go to Set PIN option. Press OK to display the Set PIN window. Use NUMERIC buttons to enter new pin number you will need to input your new pin a second time for verification purposes. If Both pin numbers are four digits long and the same, the pin will be changed. The factory default pin number is 0000, if you change the pin number make sure you write it down and keep it safe.

6.3. LANGUAGE

In this menu the user can adjust the preferred language. Language is changed by pressing OK key.
Menu: shows the language of the system Preferred These settings will be used if available. Otherwise the current settings will be used. Audio: by pressing 3/4 keys change the audio language. Subtitle: alter the subtitle language with3/4 keys. The chosen language will be seen in subtitles.
Current Audio: if audio language is supported change the audio language by pressing 3/4 keys Subtitle: if subtitle is backed up alter the subtitle language with3/4 keys. The chosen language will be seen in subtitles.
6.4. INSTALLATION 6.4.1. AUTOMATIC CHANNEL SCAN
Automatic channel scan is activated by selecting OK when the line is highlighted. A pop-up menu appears on the screen, select YES the automatic scan begins. All the multiplexes are searched and a channel table is created automatically. All channels found are stored in a sorted form with respect to their channel numbers. Selecting "NO" will cancel the operation.
6.4.2. MANUAL CHANNEL SCAN
In manual search the number of the multiplex is entered manually and only that multiplex is searched for the channels. In manual and auto search, any existing channel in the database is not re-stored to avoid redundant duplicates of that channel. To start the scan enter the channel number manually and press OK.
6.4.3. FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
Use this option to load default settings, which had been set at the factory. To install factory settings, highlight First Time Installation menu and press OK key, then you will be asked to confirm deleting all channels and settings. Selecting YES and pressing OK will delete the channel table. Selecting "NO" and pressing OK will cancel the operation.

7. MESSAGES

When the box receives no signal (e.g. the aerial cable is disconnected), NO SIGNAL message is seen on the screen.
When there are no channels stored in the box; the Channel List menu is not accessible. Channel navigation is not allowed. Therefore, trying to enter these menus or navigate the channels will display an error message on the screen.
A conflict is caused, if more than two programmes are set for recording in the same time interval. To solve this conflict, you have to select an alternative for one of those programmes. If there are no alternatives, the warning message on the right will appear.
If there is still a conflict and you leave this menu by pressing the OK button, you will see this warning message: There are still conflicts!.
8. SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL
When there is no menu active on the screen, each of the keys have specific functions. OK KEY: when OK key is pressed Channel list appears on the screen. RECORD KEY The programs are recorded at once. Record time is attained from EPG automatically. If the program has EPG information, you could set the timer. If there is no EPG info, press the Record button to set the timer in 30 minutes periods. In EPG by pressing the record key, programs are recorded instantly. LIB KEY: by pressing this key, you will get to the Recordings Library, which shows you the details of your saved recordings. By pressing it again, you will exit the Recordings Library. SUBTITLE : subtitle key shows/hides subtitles of channel. When the subtitle key is pressed,subtitle ON/OFF message is displayed. INFO KEY When INFO key pressed, and when changing channels the information window is displayed on the lower part of the screen. The small bar indicates the program duration. On the channel info window there are
Current event name next event name, and their start and end times. Program duration bar Program mode (TV or Radio) Channel number Name of the channel
The second press of the info button brings up a box containing a brief description of the currently viewed programme. You can now use the > button to change the programme description to that of the next programme on the current channel.
PR+ / PR (CHANNEL NAVIGATION ) There are two ways to navigate through the channels: Pressing PR +/ PR - keys will take you to go to the next or the previous channel in the list. Pressing a number key will activate a small digit entry window on the left upper corner of the screen. After a digit is entered, the box will stay for 2 seconds while you enter another digit. If no digit is entered during these 2 seconds, then the box will switch to the entered number channel.If a number that is greater than the maximum number of channels is entered, the box will switch automatically to the last channel. Press OK button to display the channel list.

TEXT Many digital terrestrial television channels not only broadcast pictures and sound for programmes but also pages of information on the programmes, the weather, news and many other topics. This digital teletext can be displayed by the receiver.Some channels are entirely given over to digital teletext and carry no normal TV programme at all. These dedicated digital teletext channels will not give a quarter-screen image in the EPG or the Channel List screen. When such a channel is selected, after a brief pause, they will usually display the opening page of information automatically. Other channels have digital teletext pages broadcast alongside the television programme and often include a reduced-size broadcast picture within digital teletext pages. These usually require the TEXT button to be pressed to activate the digital teletext pages.In both cases, moving through the different pages of information is accomplished in a variety of ways, dependent on the individual broadcasters, but including use of the 5/6/3/4 and [OK] keys to select items from on-screen menus, and the coloured keys to jump directly to particular pages. You can exit teletext mode by pressing the TEXT button on the remote or by changing channel. Also if you call for the INFO bar or bring up a menu you will temporarily enter TV mode returning to TEXT mode when you cancel the menu or INFO bar. You can exit any digital teletext channel by changing channel in any of the normal ways. You can leave the digital teletext function of a combined digital teletext/programme channel, to return to normal television viewing of that channel, by pressing the TEXT key.Calling for the information banner or any menu on-screen stops the receiver from displaying the digital teletext pages and they are temporarily replaced by a blank picture while the banner or menu is displayed.Digital teletext cannot be accessed when the Subtitles are enabled. WIDE TV sets are available with screens of the standard (4:3) format and widescreen (16:9) format. When you first installed your receiver you specified the format of the connected TV (this can now be altered if necessary; see Configuration)Digital terrestrial television broadcasts are also made in both standard and widescreen formats. In particular, films and dramas tend to be broadcast in widescreen format to closer emulate the cinema experience, but some programmes such as news bulletins are 4:3. To help get the most from both TV set and programme when a widescreen film is watched on a standard TV, or a standard broadcast is viewed on a widescreen set, the receiver includes the WIDE key.So long as the receiver has been correctly set up for the TV set connected, a widescreen programme will always be displayed correctly on a widescreen set, and a standard format programme will correctly fill the screen of a standard format TV. With a widescreen TV set displaying a standard format programme the WIDE key switches between displaying the picture with black bars down the sides, and enlarging the picture so that it fills the whole width of the screen but the top and bottom are cropped off.With a standard format TV displaying a widescreen programme, the WIDE key switches between displaying the picture with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen, and filling the whole height of the screen but cropping the sides off according to instructions broadcast with the programme (called 'pan and scan').The effect of the WIDE key on the picture display is cancelled by pressing WIDE again. NOTE: Sometimes the TV will automatically try and compensate for an incorrect screen format, in this instance set the tv to the correct format whilst viewing the programme.

9. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem The L.E.D. indicator does not glow No picture or sound The settings you have made in the menus have not been changed. Possible Reason Mains cable is not connected No signal or weak signal. The digital set-top box was unplugged without first going to standby. The digital set-top box is in Stand by. The remote control is not working. Remote control is incorrectly aimed. Battery exhausted. Password forgotten. Record does not start. No or weak Aerial 2 input Signal. No or weak Aerial 2 input Signal. No PIP video. PIP Channel is radio or teletext based. What to do Check if the main cable is not plugged into the power socket. Check the Aerial and scart connections Before unplugging your digital settop box, make sure it is in standby Press the standby key. Check if anything is obstructing the front panel. Change the batteries Contact the nearest Hitachi service centre. Check Aerial 2 input connection. Check Aerial 2 input connection. Use PIP+ / PIP- to choose a valid TV channel.
10. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Supply Voltage Input Frequency Maximum Power consumption Standby Low Power Consumption Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity Physical dimensions Weight 220 - 240 V AC ~ 50Hz 470 Mhz-862 Mhz 21 W Less than 3 W 5C to +40C -15C to +55C 25 to 75 % rel 360x280x48 mm 2820 g
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION Main Processor Flash Memory DDRRAM STMMB 64 MB
DIGITAL CAPABILITIES Transmission Standards DVB, MPEG2
DEMODULATION COFDM FEC with 2K/8K FFT mode. for all DVB Modes.(Automatically found)
VIDEO ALL MPEG-2 MP@ML Video Decoder Aspect Ratio RGB analogue outputs. CVBS analogue output. 4:3, 16:9 with pan vector BW 5MHz at 0.5 to 5 MHz sweep signal
AUDIO MPEG1 Layer 1 and 2 Sampling frequencies supported Output can be programmed as STEREO, LEFT only or RIGHT only (on both outputs). This is useful for dual mono channels in order to select the correct sound track, which is stored for every channel. Wide dynamic range 16-bit resolution 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
REMOTE CONTROL Operating Distance Batteries 10 m Max. 2x1.5V Micro (R-03/AAA)
TUNERS 2 xRF In 2 x RF Out (loop through)

The FREEVIEW service is subject to coverage. An aerial upgrade may be required. The FREEVIEW PLAYBACK word and logo are trade marks of DTV Services Ltd and are used under licence. DTV Services Ltd 2006.
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