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MEDIAMASTER 9470 S
The satellite dish must have a clear view to the satellites. Mount the satellite dish according to the fitting instructions. In case you already have a satellite dish mounted, note that you need a Universal LNB which works on the frequencies 10.7012.75 GHz to be able to handle digital signals.
Connecting a TV and a VCR
Antenna Satellite dish RF
Preparing the Remote Control
TV Video SCART SCART
See pages 10 and 11 if you want to connect to an analogue satellite receiver or connect in any other way.
Switching on for the first time
Plug in your Mediamaster. The First time installation menu is shown. Press the select button on the remote control to start the installation procedure.
Select the desired menu language with cursor up/cursor down. This will also become the main language for audio and subtitling. Press select to continue.
This Quick guide describes connection to the most common satellite dish installations with one Universal LNB. Select alternative One antenna/one LNB configuration. Press select to continue. If you have two or more LNBs connected to your satellite dish, see page 13.
One antenna/one LNB configuration
Select this alternative if you have one (1) LNB mounted on the antenna. Press opt to view the predefined channel. LNB type Select the correct LNB type for your configuration. The most common values, including Universal LNB, are selectable with the cursor left and cursor right buttons. LNB offset voltage If the cable from the antenna is very long, the voltage at the LNB could be too low to change the polarisation. You can increase the voltage to the LNB by 0.5 V. Satellite Select one of the preprogrammed satellites. Predefined channel Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna until you have a TV picture from the predefined channel visible in the background. Press select to confirm all settings and continue to the channel search procedure.
Select alternative Automatic Search. Press select to start the search process.
Channel search in progress
This menu will be shown as long as the Mediamaster is searching for TV and radio channels. All channels found will be listed on the screen. Please note that the search procedure may take a few minutes. You can cancel the search at any time by pressing select. When the search procedure has ended, a message will tell how many TV and radio channels have been found. Press select to continue.
The time is adjusted by using cursor up/cursor down, 1/2 an hour at a time. You can also adjust the minutes by using cursor left/cursor right. Press select to finish the first time installation and to open the Navi Bars Navigator.
Quick guide General Information For your safety Remote control Front and rear panel
Preparing the remote control Connecting the Mediamaster to the dish Connecting to the TV Connecting a TV and VCR Connecting an analogue satellite receiver and a VCR Nokia smart switch Connecting a HiFi system Switching on for the first time
First time installation
The Control folder User pref Edit channels Edit satellites Timer System info The Settings folder Antenna Channel TV Access ctrl Time SW update Reinstall The Games folder
General information 12 The First time installation menu 12 Language 12 Antenna/satellite selection 12 One antenna/one LNB configuration 13 Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration 13 Motor antenna configuration 14-15 Channel search 15-16 Channel search progress 16 Time adjustment 16
General information Programme information Extended programme information Temporary settings TV release Teletext
Navi Bars Navigator
General information The Control and the Settings folder
Glossary Problem solving Technical specifications Menu screen structure
Navi, Nokia and Nokia Connecting People are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or trade names of their owners. Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Therefore we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this manual without any prior notice. Copyright 2002. Nokia Corporation. All rights reserved.
Press once to turn the sound off/on (mute). Press and hold for a few seconds to switch the Mediamaster in and out of standby mode. 0-9 Change channel and to select individual menu options. Note: If 0 is entered as the first digit, the TV Release functionality is activated (see below). TV Release. To switch between digital TV/Radio, analogue TV and analogue satellite TV and VCR. Info. To display short and extended information (if transmitted) about current and next programmes. Brings up the viewing banner in viewing mode. Go back one level at a time within menus without storing any settings. To toggle between present and previous TV/Radio channel in viewing mode. Close the Navigator. Confirm choices and selection of a highlighted item. Open the Navigator. Show service options in viewing mode. Press to enter teletext (if available).
select opt txt
The cursor key Cursor up Move up in the menus and change to the next channel in current channel list in viewing mode. Cursor left Move left/change settings in menus. Decrease the volume level in viewing mode. Cursor right Move right/change settings in menus. Increase the volume level in viewing mode. The Mediamasters maximum level is controlled by the TVs present volume setting.
Cursor down Move down in the menus and change to the previous channel in current channel list in viewing mode.
FRONT AND REAR PANEL
to put the Mediamaster in and out of standby mode
LED 1 LED 2 Function ON Standby Locked to channel Remote control feedback SW download Error LED indicator 1 Green Red Continous green flashing Continous red flashing
to change channels
LED indicator 2 Green (locked) / Red (not locked) Single flash Continous green flashing Continous red flashing
DIGITAL AUDIO RCA connector S/PDIF digital output for connection to a HiFi system
TV SCART for connection to the TV
ANTENNA * Satellite dish input (F-connector)
Mains lead 110-240 V AC
AUDIO L R RCA connectors Stereo outputs for connection to a HiFi system
AUX SCART for connection to a VCR, or another audio/video source
SERIAL PORT for connection to a PC
* LNB cable also feeds the LNB with a supply voltage of 13/18 V (V/H polarisation) and a 0/22 kHz signal (bandswitch). Max LNB current is approximately 500 mA.
The First time installation menu
This picture indicates that you have started the installation procedure. Press select to continue.
Select alternative One antenna/one LNB configuration if you have a single antenna equipped with one LNB for receiving signals. Select alternative Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration if you have one antenna with two or four LNBs or two antennas with one or two LNBs each for receiving signals from a combination of satellites. In these cases you need a 2way or a 4-way DiSEqC switch. Select alternative Motor antenna configuration if you have an antenna motor to control your satellite antenna.
Select this alternative if you have one (1) LNB mounted on the antenna. Press opt to view the predefined channel. LNB type Select the correct LNB for your configuration. The most common values, including Universal LNB, are selectable with cursor left/cursor right. LNB offset voltage If the cable down from the antenna is very long, the voltage at the LNB could be too low to change the polarisation. You can increase the voltage to the LNB by 0.5 V. Satellite Select one of the preprogrammed satellites. Predefined channel Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna until you have a TV picture from the predefined channel visible in the background. Press select to confirm all settings and continue to the channel search procedure.
Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration
Select this alternative if your antenna system has more than one LNB. You can connect up to 4 LNBs. The selection of the different LNBs must be controlled by an external switch. Select alternative DiSEqC 2 input switch if you have a 2-way DiSEqC switch. Select alternative DiSEqC 4 input switch if you have a 4-way DiSEqC switch. Select alternative Mini DiSEqC switch if you have a mini DiSEqC switch.
In this case you must first connect the LNBs to an external switch since there is only one antenna input on the Mediamaster. Once installed the switch automatically selects the correct LNB for the selected channel. This external switch is better known as a DiSEqCTM switch. Since the switch can be located close to the LNBs, you only need one cable down to the Mediamaster.
Typical connection of a two-way DiSEqC switch: Connect the cable from the LNB intended for channels from the ASTRA satellite (or THOR) to the connector marked LNB 1 (A) on the switch. Connect the cable from the HOTBIRD satellite (or SIRIUS) to the connector marked LNB 2 (B). Then, connect the antenna cable to the connector marked OUT on the switch. Connect the other end of this cable to the ANTENNA input in the rear of the Mediamaster.
For each LNB you connect to the DiSEqC switch, the following configuration has to be performed. As an example the following part will describe how the LNB intended for Astra will be configured to the DiSEqC input 1 (A) on the switch and the LNB intended for Hotbird to DiSEqC input 2 (B). Switch port Here you select the input for each LNB that will be connected. In this specific example, the DiSEqC 1 input will be selected first. LNB type Select the correct LNB type for your configuration, e.g. Universal. LNB Offset voltage If the cable from any of the LNBs is very long, it might be necessary to increase the voltage to these LNBs by 0.5 V. In most cases nothing has to be altered here. Leave the default value 0 V as it is. If the switch does not change between horizontal and vertical polarisation, the voltage to a LNB can be increased later. Increase the voltage only if an LNB does not change polarisation. Satellite In this example, select Astra because its LNB is connected to the DiSEqC 1 input on the switch. Predefined channel Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna until you have a TV picture from the predefined channel visible in the background. Press opt to view the predefined channel. Go through the same procedure for the second DiSEqC switch. But this time select 2 from Switch port and Hotbird as the satellite. When the configuration of both DiSEqC ports are ready, press select. A confirmation that the DiSEqC-switches has been configured will show up. Now its time to start searching for channels. Press select to continue to the channel search procedure. Please refer to the Channel search part on page 15.
Adjust motor: This alternative will only be visible if you have made a motor antenna configuration. Adjust (if necessary) the motor for the current satellite. Press select to start searching for channels. Advanced manual search The information you need to enter in this menu is available in magazines covering satellite TV reception or on the Internet. You can use this menu if you are looking for some special channels (i.e. non-DVB standard channels) which can only be found when you have entered the necessary settings here. Transponder frequency: Specify the frequency in MHz. Polarisation: Select Horizontal, Vertical, Circular left or right. Symbol rate: Enter symbol rate with the numeric buttons. PID Video: Enter the PID (Packet Identifier) for the video signal. PID Audio: Enter the PID for the audio signal. PID PCR: Enter the PID for the PCR (Programme Clock Reference). Adjust motor: This alternative will only be visible if you have made a motor antenna configuration. Adjust (if necessary) the motor for the current satellite. Press select to tune with given parameters. All channels created with advanced manual search will get an automatically generated name, e.g. P0001 for the first channel, P0002 for the second etc. Press select to save the new channel or back if you dont want to save it.
NAVI BARS NAVIGATOR
Press select to open the Navi Bars Navigator. In order to select TV/Radio channels and to change system settings you will use the Navi Bars Navigator. In this manual the name is shortened to Navigator. The horizontal row contains folders, e. g. All TV, Settings and so on. Their names are shown with black text at the bottom of each folder. Each folder contains something called bookmarks. The All TV folder contains bookmarks for the different TV channels; the Control folder contains bookmarks for some system settings and so on. You move a folder horizontally by pressing cursor left/cursor right. When a folder is moved to focus, the bookmarks will be shown in a vertical row. The name of the different bookmarks are shown with white text at the top of each bookmark. You select a bookmark by pressing cursor up/cursor down. To confirm the selection, press select. Below the folder bar some information about the bookmark in focus is presented in the information box. When a TV or radio channel bookmark is in focus, this box can contain three different symbols after the channel name. ( = channel you have not previously visited. = channel is scrambled according to the service information. = channel is locked by the user.) With a TV or radio programme bookmark in focus you can get programme information by pressing info. When you press info with a bookmark from the control or settings folders in focus, you get more detailed information about what you can do in that menu. When you press opt you get a detailed channel information about the TV or radio programme bookmark in focus. You can leave the Navigator at any time by pressing back. If you open the Navigator and dont press any buttons on the remote control, the Navigator automatically closes after 2 minutes.
Bookmark in focus Folder name Information box Folder Bookmark name Bookmark
The Control and the Settings folders
Both of these system folders contains a few bookmarks. Each of these bookmarks contains menus from where you can make different settings. The system folders can not be deleted. The manual will now explain the different settings you can perform from the Control and Settings folders, starting with the bookmarks from the Control folder.
Control User pref
Banner time-out When you switch channels, an information banner will be shown for a few seconds. You can select how long the banner will be shown. Volume bar Select whether or not you want the volume bar to appear on the screen when you change the volume. Volume bar time-out Select how long the volume bar will be visible on the screen. Subtitles Select whether or not subtitles (if available) will be visible on the screen. In case you want to control the Teletext function with your TV remote control, the subtitle parameter must be set to Invisible. Main subtitle language Select the preferred language for subtitling and event info. If the selected language is not available, no subtitling will be shown but the first available language for event info is selected. Main audio language Select the preferred language for audio. If this language is not available, the first available language is selected. Menu language Here you may select in which language the menus will be shown. Channel list icons In order to make the bookmark lists for TV and Radio channels shorter, you can select to hide the icons and olny show the channel names. See figure to the right.
Control Edit channels
From these menus you can create and edit favourite channel lists. You can add, delete, rename and arrange the order of the channels within the favourite lists. The All TVor All Radio lists might contain lots of channels. By creating your own favourite lists you can make channel handling a bit more convenient. Important about editing channels Before you start you must select which list, TV or radio, you want to edit. If you are watching TV and press select and choose Edit channels, you can only edit TV channels. If you are listening to radio channels you can edit radio channels. After the selection, radio or TV, use cursor left/cursor right to select the name of the list to edit. Create list From here you create your own favourite lists, containing the channels you watch most frequently. You must give each list a specific name, e.g. Sport or Films. The new lists you create will appear as a new folder in the horizontal part of the Navigator. When a favourite list is selected, you see only those channels defined in the list. When you have given the list a name; press select and choose Add/Delete Channels from the menu. You can create up to eight separate favourite lists for TV and radio channels. How to give a specific name This procedure is the same whether you enter a name for the first time or change an existing. Move to a new character position by using cursor left/cursor right. If you make a mistake, you can remove characters to the left by pressing txt as many times as needed. Enter the name as follows: Press the numerical button corresponding to the character you want: once for the first character, twice for the second and so on. The available characters are listed below.
.,-?!1 abc2C def3 ghi4 jkl5 mno6 pqrs7$ tuv8 wxyz9 space 0
If the next letter is located on the same key as the present one, wait for the timeout or press cursor right to move one position and then select the letter. Toggle between capital and lowercase letters with opt. To insert a space, press numerical button number 0.
Delete list If you want to delete a Favourite list, select the list with cursor left/cursor right and press select. Rename list You can give an existing list a new name by following the instructions under the headline How to give a specific name on page 19. Rearrange lists If you have created several Favourite lists you can determine the sequence in which the lists will appear. With cursor right, mark the list you want to move to a new position. Move the list to the desired position with cursor up/cursor down and press cursor left. Press select to confirm the new position. Add/Delete channels From this menu you add and remove the channels in your Favourite list. You use the All TV or All radio list as basis for selection. A channel is added or removed from the list by pressing info. The square to the right on a line will be empty for removed channels, and will contain an x for added channels. Beside the channel name three different symbols can be shown. ( = = channel is scrambled according to channel you have not previously visited. the service information. = channel is locked by the user.) Move to the desired channel(s) with cursor up/cursor down. Press opt if you want to preview the channel. Add/remove by pressing info. When you are ready, confirm the selections and leave the menu by pressing select.
Rearrange channels From here you can arrange the order of the channels within your favourite list. With cursor right, mark the channel you want to move to a new position within the list. Move the channel to the desired position with cursor up/cursor down and press cursor left. Press select to confirm the new position.
Lock channels To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. From here you can lock (and later unlock) channels in any of the lists in order to prevent e.g. your children from watching. Beside the channel name three different symbols can be shown. ( = channel you have not previously visited. = channel is scrambled according to the service information. = channel is locked by the user.) Select the channel you want to lock or unlock and press info. Repeat the procedure for each channel you want to lock. When you lock a channel in any list, the channel will automatically be locked in all other lists. Press opt if you want to preview the channel. A locked channel will be marked with a padlock symbol. Press select to confirm. You must enter your access code before you can watch a locked channel.
Control Edit satellites
You can add a new satellite to the system. You can also edit or delete existing satellites. To add a new satellite Select Add Satellite. Enter the name of the new satellite. (How to enter a name is described on page 19.) Enter the orbital position (in degrees) with the numeric buttons. Select orientation; East or West. Press select to save these settings. Before you can watch channels from that new satellite you must also carry out the following steps: For a fixed antenna: Select Antenna in the Navigator. Follow the instructions on page 13 or 14. Select the new satellite name on line 3 (page 13) or 4 (page 14). Adjust the antenna towards the new satellite. Please note: In case of user defined satellite you do not get a TV picture in the background of the screen. When the Signal Strength is as good as possible: Press select to confirm the new settings. Press back to return to the Navigator. Select Channel in the Navigator. Select Manual or Advanced search. Enter the settings for transponder frequency, polarisation etc. for the new satellite. You can adjust the dish using channel preview if PID information is entered. Press select to start the channel search. When you get the message on the screen that you have found X new TV-channels and X new radio channels, press select to save the new channels. The new channels will be saved and added to the TV and radio lists. When your antenna is controlled by a motor: Select Channel in the Navigator. Select Manual or Advanced search. Select the new satellite name. Enter the settings for transponder frequency, polarisation etc. for the new satellite. Adjust the antenna towards the new satellite with Adjust motor. Please note: In case of user defined satellite you do not get a TV picture in the background of the screen. You can get a preview of the TV picture if PID information is entered. Look at the signal strength (AGC) bar to check the signal. When the Signal strength is as good as possible: Press select to start the channel search. When you get the message on the screen that you have found X new TV channels and X new radio channels, press select to save the new channels. The new channels will be saved and added to the TV and radio lists. Edit Satellites You can change the name of the satellite, position and orientation for a user defined satellite. In case of predefined satellite only renaming is possible. Delete Satellite You can only delete user defined satellites. When you delete a satellite you also delete the channels belonging to it.
General You can program the Mediamaster to start and stop at a predefined time. The timer function is very useful when you want to record a programme and you are unable to start/stop the recording event yourself, or when you just want to be reminded of the start of a programme you do not want to miss. Note! The timer function only works if the receiver is in standby. Timer setup First, select Channel List with cursor left /cursor right. Then, step to Channel to select the desired TV/Radio channel. Set the date using the numerical buttons (yy/mm/dd). If you enter a wrong digit you can erase it with cursor left. Set the start and stop time using the numerical buttons. The different start times may never overlap each other. If you try to enter a start or stop time within an already occupied period of time you will get a warning message about it. Press select to save the timer or back to cancel. Press back twice to leave the Navigator and return to viewing mode. Press to put the Mediamaster in standby. Up to 8 different events can be predefined. The events will be sorted in start time order. You can erase a predefined event by pressing cursor right. Press back to cancel the deletion and select to delete the event.
Control System info
If you have to contact your service provider or a service centre, they might ask for information available from this menu. This gives general information about which hardware and software version your Mediamaster is running on.
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. The procedure is the same as performed during the First Time Installation. Please refer to page 12.
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. The procedure is the same as performed during the First Time Installation. Please refer to page 15. Update channels via a PC On the Nokia web site (www.nokia.com) you can download a Windows software for updating the channel lists via the serial port. The serial port connector can be found on the back of the Mediamaster (See page 9).
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. From here you can adjust the audio/video settings for your receiver. TV screen format Select your TV screen format. The 4:3 format is the standard format for most TV screens. Select 16:9 for a wide screen TV. Press opt to view the TV picture in the background. Position of the RGB output Adjust the horizontal position of the TV picture with cursor left/cursor right. Set transparency level Adjust the transparency level of the graphics in the menus by using cursor left/ cursor right. Select digital audio format Select audio format for the digital output. (The upper audio output on the rear of the Mediamaster). AC-3 when the sound is transmitted in Dolby Digital format. PCM for ordinary digital sound. Picture format If you have a TV set with the 4:3 picture format and the transmission is in 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox. Fullscreen will fill up the screen but cut off some information on the left and right sides. Letterbox will give a complete picture, but leave black areas at the top and bottom. fullscreen letterbox
The following describes the basic functions of your Mediamaster while watching satellite TV or listening to satellite radio. Some of the functions described here are dependent on the Service Provider and can only be used if they are included in the transmitted programme information. Please note, some of the channels found can be scrambled and thus can not be viewed. In addition to the normal functions like switching the Mediamaster in/out of standby, changing the volume etc. there are also other useful functions which will be explained in this part of the manual. You can always leave a menu at any time you want, without affecting any settings, by pressing back. If you are listening to radio and dont press any buttons on the remote control, the picture gets dim after 2 minutes.
Information about the current programme
Every time you change channels you will receive programme information for a few seconds. (In the User preferences menu you can select how long this information will be shown.) The information may include: Current time. Channel list. Channel number and name. Name of the current and next programme. The start and stop time of the current programme. A bar, indicating the elapsed time of the current programme. The start and stop time of the next programme. Programme information will only be available if it is included in the transmission. Otherwise a No information available message will be shown.
Channel number and name
Current time Channel list
Information about the next programme
Extended programme information
The Mediamaster can display information about programmes currently being broadcasted as well as those that will be broadcasted next. This procedure is the same for both TV and radio mode. By pressing info while watching TV you will get the Programme information banner. Press info again to display extended information about the current and the next programme. You can use cursor left /cursor right to switch between the current and the next programme information. You cannot switch to another channel while the banner is visible.
When there is a lot of information text, use cursor up/cursor down to continue reading on the next info page. Press info or back to return to TV/radio mode.
By pressing opt you open a menu in which it is possible to enter temporary settings. Settings made in this options menu are only valid for the channel you currently are watching. If you leave the channel and return to it again, the temporary settings will be gone. Audio language If available, you can select among the different languages being broadcast. Subtitle language If available, you can select among different subtitle languages. TV screen format If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format, and the transmission is in 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox to change display format. Fullscreen will fill up the screen vertically, but cut off some information from the left and right sides of the picture. Letterbox will give a complete picture, but leave black areas at the top and bottom. Press opt or back to return to TV/radio mode.
TV release (0)
With the 0 button you can toggle between analogue terrestrial TV, video, analogue and digital satellite TV signals.
Pressing txt will open a teletext page (if teletext is transmitted.) Select teletext pages with the numeric buttons on the remote control. You can also quickly go to the different page alternatives shown in any page by pressing cursor left/cursor right. Press select on a selected number to go to that page. Press txt/back to return to TV/radio mode. Cursor up/cursor down will show the next or previous teletext page. Toggle between the two latest pages by pressing 0. On most new TV sets you can use the TVs remote control to open and control the teletext functions while watching digital TV channels. (The function is called VBI insertion.)
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
AC-3 Multichannel digital audio encoding system. Access control A feature that allows parents to lock programmes that they consider unsuitable for children. A locked channel or programme can only be unlocked with the special access code. Access code A four-digit code stored in the Mediamaster. Used to lock/unlock the Mediamaster. AGC Automatic Gain Control. AUX Auxiliary. BER Bit Error Rate. Signal quality measure. C/N Carrier to Noise. Signal quality measure DiSEqC DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) system, which is a communication bus between satellite receivers and peripheral equipment using only the existing coaxial cable. DVB The Digital Video Broadcast group was created to establish a technical framework for the introduction of digital video broadcasting systems. GHz The prefix giga means milliard, and Hertz means cycles per second. Signals in the GHz range are often called microwaves. LNB (low-noise block converter) or LNBF An electronic unit mounted on the satellite dish. It receives the signals reflected by the dish and converts them to signals that can be used by the Mediamaster. MHz The prefix mega means million, and Hertz means cycles per second. MPEG Moving Picture Experts Group. Established by the International Standards Organisation to provide the basis for a picture coding and compression system. Network A number of digital channels transmitted from one source. Grouped under separate headings in the channel list. PCM Pulse Code Modulation. Non-compressed digital audio format. PCR Program Clock Reference. PID Packet Identifier. Polarisation Polarisation allows several programmes to be fit into the same frequency band. The signals from a satellite are transmitted either with linear (vertical or horizontal) polarisation or circular (right or left) polarisation. RCA Coaxial connector used to connect the Mediamaster to an external amplifier. RF Radio frequency (known as HF in some countries). RGB Red, Green, Blue. Colour signals are routed in separate cables and provides a high quality TV picture. SatScan SatScan is a one-cable positioning system, allowing reception of 29 preprogrammed different satellite positions within a range of +/- 60 degrees. SERIAL RS 232 A serial communication standard data port. SCART A 21-pin connector used for connection of the Mediamaster,VCR and TV. Also named Euroconnector or Peritel connector. Scrambled TV programme Some TV programmes are transmitted in scrambled form. S/PDIF Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format. Digital audio output. Symbol rate Speed of the digital transmission SW Software. Programme code. TS Transport stream. VCR Video Cassette Recorder.
Problem The LED on the front panel does not light up/is not lit. The left LED is shining red Possible causes Mains cable is not connected. What to do Check that the mains cable is plugged into the power socket. Press the standby button to bring the Mediamaster out of standby mode. Adjust the dish. Check the signal level indicator in one of the channel search submenus. Check the cable connections, LNB and other equipment connected between the LNB and the receiver, or adjust the dish. Replace the LNB. Increase the LNB voltage with 0.5 V from the Antenna/Satellite Configuration menu if you have a long cable. Adjust the dish. Connect a signal attenuator to the LNB input. Change to a larger dish. Change to an LNB with lower noise factor. Change the LNB. Switch the TV to the appropriate AV input.
The Mediamaster is in standby mode.
No sound or picture.
The satellite dish is not pointing at the satellite. No signal or weak signal.
The LNB is faulty. No sound or picture on horizontal modulated transponder.
Bad picture/blocking error.
The satellite dish is not pointing at the satellite. Signal too strong. Satellite dish is too small. LNB noise factor too high. The LNB is faulty.
There is no Welcome menu on the screen after you switched on the Mediamaster for the first time. You made a video recording of a digital satellite channel and whole or parts of the programme was not recorded.
The system is connected by SCART cables and the TV is not in AV/EXT mode.
The Mediamaster was not left on the appropriate channel. The system is connected by SCART cables and the VCR is not in AV/EXT mode.
If you make a recording of digital satellite TV your Mediamaster has to be left on the channel you want to record. Switch the VCR to appropriate AV input.
The remote control is not working.
Battery exhausted. Remote control is incorrectly aimed. The Mediamaster is in standby mode.
Change the batteries (both). Aim the remote control at box. Check that nothing blocks the front panel. Check if (.) is flashing on the front panel display when you press a button. If not replace the batteries (both). Contact your dealer. They will help you set it up again.
You have forgotten your secret access code. In software update state both LEDs simultaneously blink red a few times before system start-up. In software download state both LEDs blink in turns. Software download error.
Try to update the software again later.
No signal or weak signal.
Check the cable connections, LNB and other equipment connected between the LNB and the receiver, or adjust the dish. - Disconnect the mains cable. Reconnect it, the Mediamaster will try to download new software from satellite. - Try to update the system software via serial cable connection. - Contact your dealer.
After software update or when you startup your Mediamaster both LEDs simultaneously blink red.
What to do if you cant solve the problem If you have tried all of the actions suggested above, without solving the problem, please contact your dealer or Service Provider.
Transmission standards DVB, MPEG 2 LNB / Tuner input Connector RF input frequency RF input power level Supply voltage Max. current Control voltage DiSEqC RF impedance TV SCART Video output Audio output RGB output RGB bandwidth Fast blanking output Status output AUX SCART Video output Video input Audio output Audio input Status input 1x F-type (LNB) 950-2150 MHz -20 to -65 dBm 13 /18 V 5% 500 mA, overload protected 22 kHz, 0.65 Vpp Tone burst A/B or Level 1.1 Vpp ( 1 dB) / 75 0.5 Vrms / RL >10 k Internal RGB 5.8 MHz 3 dB Internal or from AUX SCART 0/6/12 V / RL 10 k 1 Vpp ( 1 dB) / V pp / 75 0.5 Vrms / RL >10 k 0.5 Vrms / RL >10 k 0/6/12 V / RL >10 k Front panel 2 LEDs, Buttons: , (standby, progr. number up and down) Other data The model code, variant and serial number, are located on a label on the underside of the housing. Supply voltage Power consumption max Power consumption in standby Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity Operating distance for remote control Dimensions (w x d x h) Weight 110-240V AC, 47-63Hz 20 W at 500mA LNB load 5W +5 C to +40 C - 40 C to +65 C 25 to 90 % rel humidity max 10 metres 216 x 245 x 70 mm 750 g approx
DIGITAL AUDIO (S/PDIF) Connector 1 x RCA AUDIO R L Connector Output 2 x RCA (R+L) 0.5 Vrms 0.5 dB/ RL 10 k
SERIAL (RS 232) serial data Connector 9-pin D-sub male Signals RS232, max. 115.2 kbit/s Pin 1 DCD (Data carrier detect) not connected 2 RXD (Receive data) 3 TXD (Transmit data) 4 DTR (Data terminal ready) Set to high 5 GND (Signal ground) 6 DSR (Data set ready) not connected 7 RTS (Ready to send) 8 CTS (Clear to send) 9 RI (Ring indicator) not connected
SCART sockets TV AUX 1 Audio out right ch. Audio out right ch. 2 Audio in right ch. 3 Audio out left ch. Audio out left ch. 4 Audio ground Audio ground 5 RGB blue ground Ground 6 Audio in left ch. 7 RGB blue signal out 8 Switch voltage out Switch voltage in 9 RGB green ground Ground 10 Connect to pin 10 in AUX scart 11 RGB green signal out RGB red ground Ground 14 Fast blank. ground Ground 15 RGB red signal out 16 Fast blanking out 17 Video out ground Video out ground 18 Ground Video in ground 19 Video out Video out 20 Video in 21 Ground (casing) Ground (casing)
MENUS SCREEN STRUCTURE
First time installation menu
Language preferences English Deutsch Franais Spanish
One antenna/One LNB config Multisatellite/DiSEQqC Switch config Motor antenna configuration
Antenna adjustment LNB type
LNB offset voltage Satellite Predefined channel
Automatic search Manual search Advanced manual search
Channel Search in Progress
CNN CNN Radio MTV ARD.
Time Adjustment Picture 19:35 Code
*Antenna adjustment Predefined channel Adjust motor
System information Hardware version System software Boot software version System info Time
Code Time adjustment 11:33
Manual search Transponder freq. Polarisation Symbol rate Network search **PID Video **PID Audio **PID PCR *Adjust motor
Timer setup Channel list Channel Date Start time Stop time
Timer list __/__/__ __/__/__ __/__/__ __/__/__ __/__/__ -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:_______ _______ _______ _______ _______ Timer Access ctrl
Code Access control Access control Receiver lock Age rating control Age limit Change access code
Advanced manual search Transponder freq. Polarisation Symbol rate PID Video PID Audio PID PCR *Adjust motor
Edit satellites Satellite name Position East/West
Code TV settings Edit satellites TV
TV screen format Position of RGB output Set transparency level
Select digital audio format Picture format
Antenna adjustment LNB type LNB offset voltage Satellite Predefined channel
Add Satellite Edit Satellites Delete Satellite
Edit channels Create list Delete list Rename list Rearrange list Add/delete channels Rearrange channels Lock channels
Code Channel search Edit channels Channel
Switch/antenna configuration Switch port LNB type LNB Offset voltage Satellite Predifined channel Switch type selection
User preferenses Banner Time-out Volume bar Volume bar time-out Subtitles Main subtitle language Main audio language Menu language Channel list icons
Code Antenna/satellite selection User pref
One antenna/One LNB config Multisatellite/DiSEQqC switch config Motor antenna configuration
DiSEqC 2 input switch DiSEqC 4 input switch Mini DiSEqC switch
Motor antenna configuration Type of motor LNB type LNB offset voltage Predefined ASTRA-channel Adjust motor for ASTRA Set east limit Set west limit Remove limits
Channel List Editor 1.0 for Nokia Mediamaster 9470 S / 9460 S / 210 S / 216 S/ 230 S
To install the Channel List Editor please unpack the *.zip file in a folder of your choice. Now click setup.exe and follow the on screen menus. The Channel List Editor should now be successfully installed on your PC. To enter the Channel List Editor please click the Start button in the Windows environment and select Programs and then the Channel List Editor, Version 1.0. You are now able to download new program lists to your Nokia Mediamaster or edit existing program lists found on your Nokia Mediamaster.
Load existing program lists into your Nokia Mediamaster Unpack the *.zip file with the existing lists, for each list you will find a *.txt file. Open a list by selecting the symbol open file (Load Channel list) On the left-hand side you will now see all the programs Now select the symbol copy all loaded channels into own channel list The programs will now occur on the right hand-side under Own List Give this list a new name by deleting Own List. The new name will then also appear within your Nokia Mediamaster. Select the symbol Transfer data between to transfer the programs into your Nokia MediamasterTo Receiver. Under configure select the Port for your serial interface (often Com1 or Com2) Start the transfer By pressing the symbol Empty own channel list you can now delete the list on the right-hand side Now you can open the next program list (*.txt file) to load a further channel list to your Nokia Mediamaster
The new program lists will appear in the NaviTMBars user menu of your Nokia Mediamaster. Up to 8 TV and radio channel lists can be stored. Receive program lists from your Nokia Mediamaster To load a program list from your Nokia Mediamaster into the Channel List Editor please select one of the programs (i.e. TV channel) of this list (the picture and sound of this program must be working). Click on the symbol Transfer data between and select To PC Under configure select the Port for your serial interface (often Com1 or Com2) Start the transfer
The program list will be viewed on the left-hand side within your Channel List Editor. To save the list onto your PC please click the symbol copy all loaded channels into own channel list and give this list a name. Select the symbol Save.
Editing program lists Receive a program list from your Nokia Mediamaster and select the programs on the right-hand side, which you want to have in your new program list (Own List) You can delete or rename a certain program by selecting this program and clicking the right mouse button To sort the programs within your new (own) list please select the specific program, which you want to move and press the left mouse button. The selected program will then be moved to the center. To move it back to your new list, please select a place within the list on the right-hand side. As soon as your list is ready and sorted, give your list a name and save it either on your PC or load it into your Mediamaster
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