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2. GENERAL INFORMATION

2-1 SAFETY
Use of the Receiver is subject to safety rules designed to protect users and their environment. Furthermore, to gain full satisfaction and maximum performance from your Receiver, the following must be applied:: - Install the receiver indoors away from sunlight and rain: Avoid extremely hot or cold temperatures. Place the receiver and mains unit away from sources of heat such as radiators or gas/electric heaters. Do not place incandescent objects such as candles close to the receiver. It is advisable to unplug the antenna during thunderstorms. Even if the receiver and television are unplugged, they can still be damaged by lightning. - Place the receiver and mains unit in a dry and well-ventilated place. - Protect the receiver from damp: Place the receiver and mains unit away from rain, damp and dust. Do not place plants nearby to avoid any splashes when they are watered. If liquid seeps into the receiver or power adapter, unplug them from the power socket and contact your distributor. - Avoid violent shocks: Never use the receiver if it is damaged. Always place your receiver on a flat surface where there is no risk of being bumped or knocked. Never open the receiver or power unit! There is a risk of electric shock. All work on the receiver must be carried out by qualified personnel. - Only use the power unit that is supplied: Connect it to the mains in compliance with the installation instructions in this booklet and the indications written in the identification label that is fixed on the appliance (voltage, current, frequency of the electricity network). By precaution, in case of danger, the power adapters act as a cut-off device for the 230V supply. They must be located close to the appliance and be easy to access. - Do not place anything on top of the receiver (as it would restrict ventilation): The ventilation slots located on the casing prevent your receiver from overheating. Do not place any objects such as a piece of cloth or sheet of paper on top of these slots. If you place the receiver in a compartment, leave a space of at least 10 cm each side and 20 cm in front and behind the receiver. - Place the receiver out of reach of children: Batteries are easily swallowed by young children. Therefore, do not leave the remote control unitwithin their reach. - Fuse: The plug of the AC lead contains a fuse. If you need to change the fuse, always use the type of fuse indicated on the plug.

3. PREPARATION

3-1 ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED
Your receiver is supplied with the following parts: 1 remote control unit 2 batteries (AAA) for the remote control unit 1 Scart lead for connection to the television 1 AC/DC adapter and power cable 1 user manual

4. REMOTE CONTROL UNIT

4-1 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Do not forget to point the remote control unit towards the receiver when using it.

5. QUICK INSTALLATION

Before connecting this product, please ensure that Digital Terrestrial Television is available in your region.
5-1 INSTALL TOP UP TV CARD (only PVR 7200T series)
To access, Top Up TV channels, you may turn the receiver and place the smard card as indicated below.
FUNCTION Radio: Access radio mode Switch on/place the receiver in standby TV-AUX: Manage the Scart outputs and Teletext functions On-screen options Access the channels and various on-screen options Access Teletext Display programme information Access PHOTO mode on the PVR6600T Access the programme guide Access the menus Move in a page, menu. Validate a function or option Go back to the previous screen or mode Exit a screen or mode Raise or lower the volume level Turn the sound off Change channel Access the recording list Rewind a recording Pause Play a programme Fast forward a recording Stop Record

3-2 TERRESTRIAL ANTENNA

Very often, to get the best reception, you may simply need to adjust your antenna. Alternatively, you can connect a second antenna to your system. For further information, please contact your specialised distributor.
3-2-1 Standard outdoor antenna :
It is preferable to use an outside roof antenna that is designed to receive UHF channels between 21 and 69. However: If your building is equipped with an old antenna model, digital channels that are transmitted at high frequencies may be difficult or even impossible to receive. The problem can only be resolved by changing the antenna. If your building is equipped with an antenna system that contains a filter and channel selector, reception will most probably not work correctly. In this case, you will need to contact the authorities in charge of the building. Some antennas directed towards an analogue transmitter must be re-adjusted towards a digital TV transmitter. If you encounter reception problems, you can also try placing the antenna at different heights.

5-2 CONNECTIONS

Before installing your Receiver, please check that your delivery is complete: user manual, remote control unit, batteries (X2), Scart lead and AC/DC adapter. Please ensure that the appliances to be connected together (Receiver, TV, VCR.) are unplugged before making any connections. Connect the appliances together as shown in the diagrams and plug them back into the power socket. For optimum quality, connect the Scart lead to the TV Scart socket that is marked with 3 dots (RGB).
2-2 CARE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
Interference: Do not place the receiver near appliances that may cause electromagnetic interference (for example, loudspeakers). This could affect receiver operation and distort the picture or sound. Hard disk: This unit contains a hard disk. Please wait for the unit to go into standby mode before unplugging and moving it.

2-3 ENVIRONMENT

Preservation of the environment is an essential concern of Sagem Communication. The desire of Sagem Communication is to operate systems observing the environment and consequently it has decided to integrate environmental performances in the life cycle of its products, from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination.
3-2-2 Indoor antenna and antenna installed on a balcony or window :
In ideal reception conditions, this type of antenna is sufficient. However, a few notes and tips are given below: Use an antenna that is designed to receive channels 21 to 69. Install the antenna close to the window and direct it towards the digital TV transmitter. If possible, use an antenna with an amplifier.

2-3-1 PACKAGING

The presence of the logo (green dot) means that a contribution is paid to an approved national organisation to improve packaging recovery and recycling infrastructures. To facilitate recycling, please respect the sorting rules set up locally for this kind of waste.

2-3-2 BATTERIES

If your product contains batteries, they must be disposed of at appropriate collection points.

2-3-3 THE PRODUCT

to move in the recorded programme. to go back to live mode.
to go back to the list or
7-5 MEDIA GUARD INFORMATION (PVR 7200 only)
Give information on Media guard librairy.

8-1-4 Play

To play in deferred mode, simply press the key.

8-1-5 Stop

To go back to the live programme, simply press the key
To change a recording, enter the recording timers menu again. Make the required changes on the recording settings and confirm the schedule.

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8-6 MANAGING THE RECORDING LIST
The coloured keys A, B, C and D are used to manage the recording list.
To do this, select a recording from the recording list, read it and press the key to display the banner and for more information. In CUT, select between: at begin: the part of the recording between the beginning and the selected place will be erased in the middle: the part of the recording between the selected place (index) and the next position will be erased. To select the other end of the part to the erased, validate [in the middle], then move using , , and to the second marker. Then repeat the
at the desired location. Then press

9. PHOTO EDITOR

This equipment only exists for the PVR6600T version.
Function of the remote control unit keys in PHOTO MODE
8-6-1 Erasing a recorded programme or list
A (red key): To erase the selected programme or the entire list (confirmation banner). It is impossible to erase the entire list if a recording is in progress.

9-1 CARE INFORMATION

The unit is designed to accept formats CFI and CFII, SM (Smartmedia), MS (Memory Stick), MSPRO (Memory Stick Pro), SD (Secure Digital), MMC (MultiMediaCard) and xD. These cards must be inserted in the correct slot for the model as indicated in the drawing. Failing this, the card reader and cards may be damaged or the data stored in the cards may be lost. Only one card must be inserted in the card reader at a time. Dont remove card during picture transfer.

Insert the card. It then becomes visible in the list of albums and photos that are displayed as thumbnails. Press the C key (yellow) to copy the album to the hard disk. You can copy the entire album stored on your card as a new album or place it in an album that already exists in your Photo editor. To do this, select the required destination with the arrow keys , , , and confirm. If you decide to create a new album, its default name will be the date when the oldest jpeg file stored on the card was created. If you want to give it a different name, enter a new name using the alphanumeric keypad on the remote control unit (for example, press key 2 for letter A, press key 2 twice quickly for letter B, etc.).
9-3-3 Different photo viewing modes
Thumbnail mode: The navigation keys are used to reach the photo to be displayed. You can then display the photo full screen by pressing. Keys and are used to scroll forwards or backwards through the pages. Key is used to switch to Slideshow mode.

9-4 MANAGING ALBUMS

You can rename an album, read or edit information on this album, or delete an album. The data on the memory card cannot be modified. Press the A key (red) to delete an album. Press the B key (green) to rename an album. Enter a new name using the alphanumeric keypad on the remote control unit (for example, press key 2 for letter A, press key 2 twice quickly for letter B, etc.).
To rename a photo: Press then MANAGING ALBUMS, page 20.
. Proceed in the same way as for renaming an album see
To sort photos : Select the photos to move. Place the cursor to the new position using keys The photos are moved to the new position.

. Press the key D.

9-6 PRINTING
You can print a photo album on a printer (for example, SAGEM PHOTO EASY) by connecting it to USB port B. In this case, the printer takes control of your receiver.
Photo full screen mode: The navigation keys are used to scroll through the photos one by one or manually forwards or backwards. You can obtain information on the picture and display the help banner using the key. Press this key again to remove this information.
9-6-1 Selecting the photos to be printed via the Receiver

Press the key to display or edit information on an album. Scroll through the photos on your Receiver.

PHOTO PRINTER

Slideshow mode: Of course, you can view the photos without copying them onto the hard disk. When you remove the card, the cards folder will disappear from the photo album. Press key in thumbnail mode to start slideshow mode. The photos are displayed at a determined speed. To adjust the slideshow mode settings, press the key. A SLIDESHOW SETTINGS screen is displayed that can be used to change various settings. The help banner is used to access other functions (see screen opposite). This banner disappears after a few seconds without any action. You can also obtain information on the picture and display the help banner using the key. You can go back to the previous mode or the list of photo albums at any time by pressing.
To access information on an album, press the key. You can now edit the information on this album by pressing the D key (blue). Then enter the text required using the alphanumeric keypad on the remote control unit (for example, press key 2 for letter A, press key 2 twice quickly for letter B, etc.).
Select the photos by pressing the key. The printer icon is displayed on the picture to indicate that it is selected.

Port B

Unselect the photos by pressing the key

9-5 MANAGING PHOTOS

You can transfer photos between albums, rename photos, sort them and print them. When reading a photo card, only select and transfer functions are available. Press the D key (Blue) to access Photo management. To select or unselect a photo: Press. To select several photos: Press the B key (green) during two seconds to select the first photo and press it once to select the last photo in the group. All the photos between these two photos are then selected. The key is used to add or remove photos in your selection. By pressing the B key (green) again, you can add a new selection to your initial selection. To transfer selected photos in an album: Select the destination for the photos by selecting an album and pressing the D key (blue). To copy or move selected photos between albums: Press the C key (yellow). Then choose to transfer or copy into another album or a new album that is created specifically for this purpose. To delete one or more selected photos: Press the A key (red).

Finally, connect the printer to USB port B. The printer then takes control of the receiver (The printer must manage the preselected files for printing). Each time the Receiver is placed in standby, the preselection file for printing is erased.
9-3-2 Reading the photo album
To read a photo album, regardless of whether or not it is recorded on the hard disk, press the key on the remote control unit when it is selected. The player then displays thumbnails of the photos. If the card does not give the thumbnails, they will not be displayed, but this does not stop you from recording the photos and viewing them in the photo album. You can go back to the list of photo albums at any time by pressing.
9-6-2 Selecting the photos to be printed via a Printer
Select your photos directly via the printer that will then import them.
9-3-4 Importing a picture via the USB port
You can also connect a USB picture storage device such as a USB key. It is connected to USB port A to be able to read or transfer photos, in the same way as for a memory card. For USB data, all the files are viewed at the same level (the tree structure is flattened) and all the jpeg files will be read.

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10. EVERYDAY USE

10-1 SELECTING A TELEVISION CHANNEL
10-1-1 Using the keys and , or keys 0-9
Press the keys or to change channel or enter its number on the numeric keypad on the remote control unit to access the desired channel directly. It is possible to go back to the channel previously viewed by pressing the key.
10-2 SELECTING A RADIO CHANNEL
If this service is supplied by your operator. Press the key to switch to RADIO mode. Press to switch back to VIDEO mode.
10-8 ELECTRONIC PROGRAMME GUIDE
If this service is supplied by your operator. Press the key to access the electronic programme guide. Select a channel in the list to obtain information on the current programme on this channel. A video of the current program is displayed in the top left. In the same way, other information on the various forthcoming programmes is available. Programmes may be recorded using the electronic guide (cf. chap. 8.3).

11. CONNECTING A COMPUTER
Only version PVR6600T has USB ports. A computer (for example, a PC) can be connected to USB port B. The photo partition of the Receiver is seen as a removable mass memory on your computer. It is then possible to rename photos and albums, move photos between albums and transfer them to and from the computer.
10-3 ADJUSTING THE AUDIO VOLUME LEVEL
Volume: The volume level is adjusted using the keys and. Mute mode: The sound is cut if you press the key. The sound is restored if you press the same key again. The sound on the AUX Scart socket and Hi-Fi and digital audio outputs is not affected by these operations.
10-1-2 Using the channel list
Press the key to display the channel list, select your channel then press again It is possible to go back to the channel previously viewed by pressing the key. to validate.
To view the changes made on the Receiver, place your equipment in standby. When you unplug the receiver from a computer, do it correctly: select Remove the removable device in the menu bar on your PC.
10-4 CHANGING THE FAVOURITE LIST
10-1-3 Channel information banner
Each time you select a new channel, an information banner is displayed on the screen. The quality and quantity of information does not depend on your receiver. It is supplied by the actual channels. The banner display time and level of transparency can be set in User preferences: A Channel number and name B Name of programme C Favourite list D Number of audio tracks and subtitles E AC3 audio F Start time of programme G Elapsed time H End time of programme I Current time Press to display the screen. Press the D key (Blue) to scroll through the lists. A new favourite list can also be created in the FAVOURITE CHANNEL LIST.
10-5 TEMPORARILY SELECTING AUDIO LANGUAGES AND SUBTITLES
Press to display the extended information banner. Press to display the AUDIO banner. Press and to select the audio and subtitle languages. Temporary settings are not maintained after zapping.
12. UPDATING THE SOFTWARE
The receiver enters this mode when a new software version is supplied on the network after start-up. The system goes back into standby and then restarts by itself. A welcome picture is displayed. Then the Software update screen opens. You can postpone the downloading process by pressing the EXIT key. This process will be displayed again next timeyou switch your receiver on. Downloading starts when you press the key: The screen becomes black. The display indicates the download phases (0 to 4). The user cannot carry out any operation during this process during some minutes (5 to 10).

10-5-1 Audio language / sound track
Select the language in the audio list proposed. All modifications are taken into account immediately.

10-5-2 Subtitle language

Select the language in the Subtitle list proposed. All modifications are taken into account immediately.

10-6 TELETEXT

10-1-4 Extended information banner
If you want more information on the current programme and the following programme, press the key Press again or on your remote control unit. to delete the information banner. If this service is supplied by your operator. Press the key on your remote control unit to access Teletext mode. To access the Teletext pages, use the numeric keys or press the keys and.
Once the process is complete, the receiver will switch on automatically. After the receiver has switched itself on, press the key programme watched. to quit the welcome screen and go back to the last

10-7 TV / VCR SWITCH

Press the key on your remote control unit to toggle the video recorder signal so that it is sent directly to the television. This function is only possible if the devices are connected together via a Scart lead.

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13. PERIPHERAL CONNECTIONS
Black and white video on AUX output (VCR recording). Some recordings are not listed in the recording list.
Check that AUX Scart signal is compatible with your VCR. Select PAL type. Check that the records are not loaded. In this case they will appear only in the full list see Accessing the complete list, page 14.

14-3 GUARANTEE

ATTENTION In order to apply the guarantee, you should contact your dealer or Sagem Communication helpdesk at 48 081*. Proof of purchase will be required. Should any malfunctioning arise, the dealer or Sagem Communication helpdesk will advise you what to do.
communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including: - problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet such as interruptions by access networks or malfunction of the line used by the subscriber or his correspondent,

14-2 SPECIFICATIONS

If you bought your equipment from Sagem Communication directly, the following shall apply:

Photo card reader*

Standards supported: Compact Flash I & II, Secure Digital Smartmedia, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro xD Picture Card
Demultiplexing/Descrambling
ISO/IEC 13818-1 standard compliant

Video receiver

MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-2) Profile and level supported: MP@ ML Input rates: 1.5 to 15 Mbit/s Aspect ratios: 4:3 and 16:9 Video Resolutions: 720x576, 704x576, 544x576, 480x576, 352x576, 352x288 Conversion: Pan and Scan, Letterbox Resizing and Zoom: up/down (1/4, 1/16)

External power supply

AC: 220-240 V ~50 Hz Output: 12 V DC 3.5A Max power consumption : 18 W (standby 9.5 W)

RF output

14. REFERENCE

14-1 TROUBLESHOOTING

The remote control unit has no effect on the receiver. The receiver displays - - : - -. A black screen or an error message is displayed. Picture motion less or reception problem. The receiver cannot find any channels. The television does not switch to the receiver when it leaves standby mode. No sound in "HOME CINEMA" mode on some channels. Point the remote control unit towards the receiver. Check the condition and orientation of the batteries. Take the receiver out of standby by pressing Carry out a programme search. Check all the connections and start a programme search again. Check that you are in a broadcast area. Readjust your antenna (cf. Quick Installation chapter). Check that your television is connected to the TV Scart socket and if required, select the Scart input directly on your television. Check that you are connected to a "HOME CINEMA" amplifier with a digital link.
Output connector: IEC 169-2 male RF bypass: 47-862 MHz

Demodulator

COFDM modes supported: 2 k/8 k Support: SFN Modulation: QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM Code rate: 1/2 to 7/8 Mode: Non-hierarchical Guard interval: 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32 De-interleaver: 12x17 Forney Error-correcting code: RS (204,188, 8)

Front panel

1 seven-segment amber display IR sensor: 38 kHz

Physical Specifications

Receiver: Size (lxdxh): 315x230x45 mm Weight: ~1.75 kg Operating temperature: +5C to +40C Complete packaged receiver: Weight: ~2.7 kg Size (lxdxh): 247x236x80 mm Storage temperature: -25C to +65C
2) Exclusions from Guarantee SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of: damage, defects breakdown or malfunction due to: - failure to properly follow the installation process and instructions for use, or - an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to, lightening, fire, shock or water damage of any nature),

Audio Receiver

ISO/IEC 13818-3 standard compliant MPEG-Layer I and II (Musicam Audio) Mode: Mono, Stereo, Joint Stereo Sampling frequencies: 32/44,1/48 kHz

Hard disk

Capacity/Recording : 40 GB, PVR 6240T up to 20 hours 80 GB, PVR 6280T up to 40 hours 160 GB, PVR 62160T up to 80 hours 80 GB, PVR 6680T up to 37 hours and 7.000 pictures 160 GB, PVR 66160T up to 75 hours and 15.000 pictures 80 GB, PVR 7200T up to 40 hours 160 GB, PVR 72160T up to 80 hours Noise level (Typ): <30dBA
A/V Input/Output TV SCART

RGB, CVBS, Audio stereo

AUX SCART
RGB input, CVBS, S-video output,

Accessories

41-key remote control unit Range: 7 m Batteries: 2 x 1.5 V (AAA type) 1 Scart lead External AC/DC adapter with power cable
Audio analog Hi-Fi stereo 3.5 mm stereo jack Audio digital output
PCM stereo or AC3, IEC958 optical
or - modifications made without the written approval of Sagem Communication, or - a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate maintenance, or - unsuitable operating conditions, particularly of temperature and humidity, or - repair or maintenance of the equipment by persons not authorised by Sagem Communication, or - the removal and/or destruction of the label positioned on the fixation screw of the lower plastic cover,
wear and tear from normal daily use of the equipment and its accessories, damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of equipment when returned to Sagem Communication, supply of new versions of software, work on any equipment or software modified or added without the prior written consent of Sagem Communication, malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from software installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment,

*PVR 6600 photo only.

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Re-tuning: SAGEM Freeview Recorders

7 Steps (Steps 1-5)

This guide can be used to help you re-tune any of the following products with the remote control below: PVR 6200 - PVR7200 series DVR 6200 - DVR7200 series PVR 62160 - PVR72160 series DVR 62160 - DVR64250 series
Make sure your box is on and press 80 for the BBC News channel
1) Press the M (Menu) button once
2) Use the Down Arrow button to select the Spanner icon on the third line of the menu and press the OK button
3) Select Channel Search on the first line of the menu and press the OK button
4) A blue screen will appear asking you to start a new channel search. Press the OK button to confirm 5) A re-tune screen will appear No action required
Manufacturer Helpline: 316
email: support@sagemtechnical.com
* his process may affect any saved information stored on your product, including your favourites list. T Please consult your instruction manual or contact the manufacturer using the details above.

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7 Steps (Steps 6-7)
6) You will be asked if you want to save the channel list. Select Yes and press the OK button 7) BBC 1 will automatically play out No action required
8) Press OK to start You have installation completed the
procedure and can continue viewing digital channels.

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