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DCB-B270R

Instructions for use

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Instructions for use. GB Gebruiksaanwijzing. NL Consignes dutilisation. FR

REV. 1.1

DIGITAL CABLE RECEIVER

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SAMSUNG Service Hotline : ( 0.10/ Min)
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This STB has been manufactured to satisfy international safety standards. Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully.
MAINS SUPPLY: OVERLOADING: LIQUIDS: CLEANING:
AC 100-240V~, 50/60Hz Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or adapters as this can result in fire or electrical shock. Keep liquids away from the STB. Before cleaning, disconnect the STB from the wall socket. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water(no solvents) to clean the exterior.

VENTILATION:

Do not block the STB ventilation holes. Ensure that free airflow is maintained around the STB. Never store the STB where it is exposed to direct sunlight or near heating equipment e.g. a radiator. Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the STB. Place the STB at least 30mm from the wall. Need at least 10mm from the top and both side of the STB for ventilation. Do not use any attachment that is not recommended by the manufacturer; it may cause a hazard or damage the equipment. Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Any attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid. Refer all servicing to a qualified service agent. If the STB is installed in an area subject to intense lightning activity, protection devices for the STB mains connector and modem telephone line are essential. The individual manufacturers instruction for safeguarding other equipment, such as TV set, Hi-Fi, etc., connected to the STB must also be followed during lightning storms. CATV cable MUST BE EARTHED. The grounding system must comply with local regulations.

ATTACHMENTS: SERVICING:

LIGHTNING:

GROUNDING:

Note :
1. Dispose the used batteries at designated place for environment protection. 2. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time. 3. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

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CONTENTS
Safety Instructions. General Features. Connecting Your STB. Description. Front Panel. Rear Panel. Remote Control Unit. Basic Functions. Operating The Receiver. Main Menu. 1. EPG - Electronic Program Guide 2. Channel. 2.1 Manual Scan. 2.2 Channel List. 2.3 Favorite Channel. 2.4 Parental Guide. 2.4.1 Program Grade. 2.4.2 Lock/Unlock Channel. 2.4.3 Change PIN Code. 3. Timer. 3.1 Scheduled Timers. 3.3 Manual Setting. 3.3 Guard Band Time. 4. Setup. 4.1 Preference. 4.1.1 TV Aspect Ratio. 4.1.2 Aspect Ratio. 4.1.3 TV Setting. 4.1.4 Automatic Subtitles. 4.1.5 Banner Time. 4.2 Transparency. 4.2.1 OSD. 4.2.2 Subtitles. 4.2.3 Teletext. 4.3 Language. 4.3.1 OSD. 4.3.2 Audio Out. 4.3.3 Subtitles. 4.4 System. 4.4.1 Product Info. 4.4.2 Reset. 4.5 Irdeto CA Status. 4.5.1 CA Status. 4.5.2 IRD Status. 4.5.3 Loader Status. 4.5.4 Mail Box. Troubleshooting. Disposal. Technical Specifications.

GENERAL FEATURES

1. USER SECTION
SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD VIA Network & PC(Secured) ADVANCED ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORTED FOR OSD SUBTITLE & TELETEXT(OSD & VBI) SUPPORTED WITH MULTI LANGUAGE FULL FUNCTION INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT SCART OUTPUT LOW POWER CONSUMPTION 4 FAVORITE LISTS AUTO UPDATED EPG PASS LOOP FOR RGB SIGNAL 15 TIMERS TO RESERVE PROGRAMS(EVENTS) FOR TURNING ON/OFF

2. TUNER SECTION

VHF, UHF BAND 50~870 MHz MAX 7 Msps SYMBOL RATE 16~256 QAM Modulation Format LOOP OUTPUT FOR ANALOG RECEIVER

3. VIDEO SECTION

DVB-C COMPLIANT MPEG-2 VIDEO(MP@ML) 1~15 Mb/s DATA RATE SUPPORTS ASPECT RATIO 4:3(NORMAL) AND 16:9(WIDE SCREEN)

4. AUDIO SECTION

MPEG-1 AUDIO LAYER I & II MONO, DUAL, STEREO AND JOINT STEREO AUDIO MODE 32, 44.1 AND 48 kHz SAMPLING FREQUENCIES VOLUME CONTROL AND MUTE FUNCTION THROUGH REMOTE CONTROL UNIT SPDIF DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT

CONNECTING YOUR STB

1. LOCATION OF THE RECEIVER
Your STB should be placed under proper ventilation. Dont put in completely enclosed cabinet that will restrict the flow of air, resulting in overheating. The location should be safeguarded from direct sunlight, excess moisture, rough handling or household pets. Avoid stacking other electronic components on the top of the receiver. The location should be safely accessible by the cable from your antenna system.
2. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER WITH DISH SYSTEM
After installing your antenna system, connect the coaxial cable to CABLE IN terminal marked at the rear of the STB. All cable connectors should be finger tightened; do not use any kind of wrench while tightening connectors. The cable should be 75ohm impedance coaxial cable.
3. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER TO TV
To connect the receiver with your television, you can use Scart Cable. In the case of connecting your TV through SCART cable, connect the SCART connector marked AV1 (TV) to the respective SCART port on the TV.
4. CONNECTING YOUR ANALOG RECEIVER
To facilitate the user using analog receiver to view analog channels, STB has been provided with a loop through terminal marked as LOOP. Connect the coaxial cable from this terminal to the IF input terminal of your analog receiver. Now by keeping the STB in standby, you will be able to tune and view analog channels from your analog receiver.
5. CONNECTING YOUR VCR or DVD
To connect a VCR or DVD player, the STB has been provided with SCART at the rear marked AV2 (EXT). Using a SCART connector, the VCR or DVD player can be connected to the receiver.

6. CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO SYSTEM
Connect a fiber optic cable between DIGITAL AUDIO OUT on the receiver and Optical SPDIF on the Digital Audio System.

Connecting Figure

7. INSERTING SMARTCARDS FOR IRDETO SERVICES
In order to view a scrambled service, you need to have a valid Smartcard. This STB has the Irdeto embedded to view Irdeto programmes. N o t e : Insert the Smartcard with the gold coloured chip facing downwards.

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DESCRIPTION

Front Panel

1. LED Display
When the Red LED lights, the set-top box enters standby mode When the Green LED lights, it enters the operation mode. When the Yellow LED lights, it starts work and check internal systems. 1 Slot for Irdeto smartcard.

2. Card Slot

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Rear Panel

1. CABLE IN 2. LOOP
This port is connected the coaxial cable from your Cable system. To enable the connection of an Analog receiver. The receiver is provided with this LOOP port. This is used to connect to your TV. This is used to connect to your VCR or DVD.

3. AV1 (TV) 4. AV2 (EXT)

5. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Output for connection to a digital amplifier. 6. AC MAINS This is to plug in the AC mains power cord. The input AC voltage range is 100V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz supply.

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Remote Control Unit
N o t e : When inserting batteries, make sure that the polarity(+/-) is correct.

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1. STANDBY/ON
Turns the STB on and off.
2. 0-9 Numeric key Press to enter numeric value and select the channel directly by entering number on the service list. 3. FAV.CH 4. VOL+/VOL5. MENU 6. Arrow Key 7. OK Displays the favorite channel lists. Press to increase or decrease the volume. Displays the main on-screen menu. Controls the cursor in the menu. Confirms a selection.
8. Color key (Red, Green, Yellow, Blue) Used to select special operation for the STB. 9. GUIDE 10. PG+/PG11. TEXT 12. ALT 13. INFO 14. TV/Radio 15. PRE.CH 16. 17. CH (MUTE) /CH Displays the on-screen Electronic Program Guide (EPG). Press to move up or down pages on Teletext mode. Select the teletext mode. Select the soundtrack list for the current service. Press to display information for current program. toggle between the TV and Radio channel. Turns to the previous channel. This key is for toggling between normal & muted audio. Press to change channels. Returns to the previous menu. Press this key to reserve the programs in EPG. Press to change a subtitle language. Press to select a Audio mode.
18. RETURN 19. TIMER 20. SUBTITLE 21. AUDIO

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DCB-B270R 1. Display Screen

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Before you can view the television program, you must perform the installation. Therefore you will see only menu images at first. After the television channels have been programmed, you will see the following picture (banner) each time you switch channels:
Press the INFO key in view mode. Select the channel by pressing Numeric (0~9) keys or /keys or CH /CH keys and press TV/RADIO key to move to TV or Radio channel. When the INFO key is pressed in second time, detailed information for current program can be displayed on another window.
When the INFO key is pressed in third time, another detailed information window appears. You can see the informations such as time, audio track, video track and signal.
If program is supported, you can see following icon list. Age Grade Teletex Announcement Favorite Channel Subtitle Scramble Channel Soundtrack Picture Size Locked Channel Mail Icon Program Progresive Status
You will also see this picture each time you change channels. When you press TV/RADIO key on the Remote Control Unit, TV and RADIO program are toggled. GB-10

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2. Volume Control

To control the volume level : Press the VOL+ /VOL- keys or keys to adjust the volume level. Press the (MUTE) key to turn to silence mode. Press the (MUTE) key again or VOL+ or VOL- keys in order to cancel the mute function.

3. Select Soundtrack

Press the ALT key to see the soundtrack list. Press the / and OK keys to select one.

4. Service List

Press the OK key while you are viewing a program. Select list by pressing the TV/RADIO or FAV key. Select the channel by pressing the. Press the OK key to watch that channel.
The colour key corresponds the following service list.
Red key : Sort Yellow key : Edit FAV. Green key : Lock

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DCB-B270R 5. Setting the Favorite Channel
If you set favorite channel first time, when you press the FAV.CH key you will see the following message "Favorite Channel Lists are empty!". In this case, press the OK key while you are viewing a program. Then press YELLOW key and select the favorite channel list you want to edit. (Four lists are supported.) Finally you can add or remove channels as pressing YELLOW key. Once you proceed the steps above, you can immediately register the present channel to the favorite channel list. Press the FAV.CH key while you are viewing a program. To add the current channel to the Favorite channels, press the YELLOW key. To delete a favorite channel from the Favorite channel list, press the RED key. To watch the favorite channel

Press the FAV.CH key and then select the channel by using / keys. To return to whole channel list, press the FAV.CH key repeatedly.
6. Changing the Subtitle Language
When the current broadcasting program provides subtitle, press the SUBTITLE key to see the current subtitle language list.
Press the SUBTITLE key to see the subtitle language List. Use the / keys to select a subtitle language you want. Press the OK key and then the subtitle language you want is displayed. To do text off, press the SUBTITLE key and select 01 off. Then, press OK key.

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7. Selecting the Audio mode
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can listen to stereo, mono, right, or left.
Press the AUDIO key to see the Audio menu. Use the / keys to select a Audio menu. Stereo: Select this to listen to the audio track in stereo. Left: Select to listen to the left audio track through both speakers. Right: Select this to listen to the right audio track through both speakers. Mono: Select this to listen to the audio track in mono.
8. Changing the Teletext OSD
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext OSD, press the TEXT key to see the current Teletext OSD list. Use the / keys to select a Teletext OSD you want. Press the OK key and then the Teletext OSD you want is displayed on the screen. When Teletext screen is displayed, press the /, /, PG+, PG-, or Numeric keys to go to desired page. Pressing PG+ or PG- moves the page by 100 pages. Press the TEXT key to exit.

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DCB-B270R 9. Changing the Teletext VBI
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext VBI, press the TEXT key twice to see the current Teletext VBI list. This Teletext will be displayed to the screen by TV, which supports Teletext. Use the / keys to select a Teletext VBI you want. Press the OK key and then the Teletext VBI you want is displayed on the screen.

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OPERATING THE RECEIVER

Main Menu

After installing your antenna system and STB with appropriate connectors.
Plug in the AC main power and switch on the receiver. Press the MENU key to bring up the main menu.
The following on screen display will appear: The sub menu topics will be displayed. For the sub-menus Guide, Channel, Timer and Setup.
1. EPG-Electronic Program Guide
The electronic program guide gives you a channel list for the channels.
Select GUIDE in the main menu, then press the OK key. RED key : Time interval can be adjusted by pressing this key. It is rotated by 30 minutes.1st: 30 minutes 2nd: 1 hour 3rd: 1 hour and 30 minutes GREEN key : Green key is for moving back to the previous date. YELLOW key : Yellow key is for moving to the next coming date.

Press the PG+/PG- or / keys to select the desired channel, then press the OK key.
N o t e : Quick way to access the GUIDE menu : Just press the GUIDE key while you are viewing a program.
If the information of highlighted program doesn't appear fully, INFO key will be available any time. You can scroll the window by pressing PG+/PG- or / keys. When the TIMER key on the remote control is pressed in the EPG screen, if the current channel involves an event, timer is set immediately and the set timer is indicated on the EPG screen. A program that has been set in this way is indicated on "Scheduled Timers" menu in "Timer" menu.

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DCB-B270R 2. Channel
This menu consists of 4 sub-menus: Manual Scan, Channel List, Favorite Channel and Parental Guide. Select Channel in the main menu by using / keys. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press the OK key.

2.1 Manual Scan

To tune-in new channels, the STB has been provided with Manual Scan where the channel data can be entered by the user. After selecting the Manual Scan from the Channel Menu, the following screen will be displayed:
Input the frequency of the channel you want to find.
The followings are defined as a default, but optionally you can choose it. Signal Status bar shows you if it is valid.
Input the frequency of the channel you want to find. Input the Network Id of the channel you want to find. Press the OK key start scanning. Select the Modulation of the channel you want to find. You can select the value of 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. Input the symbol rate of channel you want to find. After select option, press OK key to start the scan process.

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2.2 Channel List
This function is used to delete the channels.
Select the list by pressing the TV/RADIO or FAV.CH key. Select the channel by pressing the / keys. Press the OK key to watch that channel.
The color key corresponds the following service list.
To sort the channels in order of alphabet or default (channel number) press the RED key.
To lock the channel press GREEN key. Whenever you need to view the channel, you will have to enter the PIN at the request window. It means that you can access all parental locked channels with entering PIN Code on any parental locked channel successfully. To edit favorite channel list press the YELLOW key. Select favorite channel list you want to edit.(Four lists are supported.)

N o t e : Quick way to access the channel list menu : Just press the OK key while you are viewing a program

2.3 Favorite Channel

You can edit the favorite channel list.
To delete a favorite channel from the favorite channel list, press the RED key. To change the current channel number into new one, press the GREEN key. After selecting the channel number by using / keys, press OK key. To sort the channels in order of alphabet or default(channel number) press the BLUE key.
Note : Quick way to access the Favorite channel menu : Just press the FAV.CH key while you are viewing a program.

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DCB-B270R 2.4 Parental Guide

2.4.1 Program Grade

This feature sets viewing restrictions and prevents unauthorized access to your STB through the PIN(Personal Identification Number), which is a 4 digit number. (The factory preset PIN Code:0000)
You can block the specific channel by selecting age. If the available age of the channel is older than age which you set, that channel will be blocked. You can choose age from 4 to 17. "All blocked" means that you cannot watch any channels regardless of the grade. "Unblocked" means that you can watch the all channels regardless of the grade.
2.4.2 Lock/Unlock Channel
To lock the channel press GREEN key. Whenever you need to view the channel, you will have to enter the PIN at the request window. It means that you can access all parental locked channels with entering PIN Code on any parental locked channel successfully. To unlock the channel press GREEN key one more time. "Lock" and "Unlock" are toggled.
2.4.3 Change PIN code You can change current PIN code into new one. Note : If you forgot the PIN code, please call SAMSUNG Service Hotline. You can find the phone number inside the cover.

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3. Timer
Through this menu you can reserve the programs and configure the settings.

3.1 Scheduled Timers

You can see the channels you reserved through EPG or manual settings.
To add the timers press the RED key. You can reserve the program manually. To edit the timers press the GREEN key after highlighting the cursor on the program you want to edit. But it is impossible to edit the timers which was set through EPG. To delete the timers press the BLUE key after highlighting the cursor on the program you want to delete.

3.2 Manual Setting

You can reserve the programs manually. Set channel, date, start/end time and frequency by using / or / keys

3.3 Guard-Band Time

Guard-Band time is a function to ensure, that whole event will fit in set time boundaries. 1 minute of Guard-Band Time means that STB will start this timer operation 1 minute before set time and end 1 minute after set time. Note : If the timers are conflicted with guard-band time, they will not be reserved.

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DCB-B270R 4. Setup 4.1 Preference
This option enables you to change preset setting such as Aspect Ratio, TV setting as per your requirement. You can set the various preference settings you want. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press OK key.

4.1.1 TV Aspect Ratio

Select the TV Aspect Ratio : STANDARD 4:3 ratio or WIDE SCREEN 16:9 ratio type.

4.1.2 Aspect Ratio

16:9 LB: LB means the letter box. Select this when you want to see a 16:9 ratio image on the 4:3 ratio TV monitor. It shrinks the 16:9 ratio image with no screen distortion so the top and bottom of the screen are black empty. Pan Scan: The image is center focused so the other edges that exceed the screen limits are cropped. Full: Select this when you want to see an image with converted to full screen regardless of the aspect ratio of sources.

4.1.3 TV Setting

Select the TV setting : Composite or RGB. You can select the Video signal type.
4.1.4 Automatic Subtitles
Select Automatic Subtitles "On" or "Off". If you select "On" and the channels support subtitles, you can see the subtitles automatically. You don't need to press SUBTITLE key.

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4.1.5 Banner Time
Set the display duration of the banner(information) box displayed in the screen. The time ranges from 0 to 60 seconds. Setting is made with the numeric keys or /keys.

4.2 Transparency

4.2.1 OSD
Select OSD transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

4.2.2 Subtitles

Select Subtitles transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

4.2.3 Teletext

Select Teletext transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

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DCB-B270R 4.3 Language

The Language option allows the user to select the desired language for OSD, Audio Out and Subtitles. 3 languages are available.
4.3.1 OSD You can set the OSD language. To accommodate user from different regions speaking different languages, OSD languages are available 3 languages. (English, Nederlands and Franais provided currently) Use the / keys to select a desired language, then press the OK key.
4.3.2 Audio Out You can set the audio language.
Use the /keys to select a desired language, then press the OK key.
4.3.3 Subtitles You can set the language of subtitles.

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4.4 System
This menu consists of 2 sub-menus : Product Info and Reset.
Place the cursor on this sub menu and press OK key.
4.4.1 Product Info If you have to contact your service provider or a service center they might ask for information available from this menu. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press the OK key.
If new software is available SW Update button will be activated. Then press OK key to update new software.
Note : If the receiver is updated via "SW Update", the version number may be changed.
4.4.2 Reset This is to restore the factory set values in case the user has encountered some problems after changing any new values of channel data and others, which may be in error. Select Reset menu in System menu and press OK key. If you want to continue, select YES in the warning window. The receiver will be reset to settings automatically. Please note that the Factory Default procedure may take a few seconds.

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DCB-B270R 4.5 Irdeto CA Status
4.5.1 CA Status 4.5.2 IRD Status 4.5.3 Loader Status 4.5.4 Mail Box
The menu provides the information of the smartcard and the STB. Press the OK key to enter the sub menu.
You can see the CA status (Smart Card EMM/ECM information).
You can see the IRD status (technical information about the IRD, CA, Smart Card and software loaded into it).
You can see the information about the IRD, and software loaded into it.
You can read the message sent to the individual decoders. We can save the maximum 10 mail messages.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem No display LED on the front panel; No power supply No pictures on the screen
Possible cause Power cord not plugged in correctly
Solution of the problem Power cord plug in correctly
Receiver in Standby mode; SCART not connected tightly to video output of television; incorrect channel or video output selected on television SCART connected incorrectly; Loudness level = 0; Muting active Incorrect operation; Batteries dead or inserted incorrectly
Set receiver to On; Check connection; Check channel and video output (TV instruction manual) Check connection; Increase loudness on television set; Press the MUTE key Point remote control towards the Receiver. Replace batteries or insert correctly

No sound

Remote Control does not operate directly
Poor picture quality signal strength in

Signal strength too low

Check all wire connections.
On-Screen Error Messages: cable not connected or not Searching for signal tight No signal On-Screen Error Message No programs are stored Channel lists not installed

Check connection

Scan channels. Please go to Installation menu (depend on model) Check the Smartcard. Insert the Smartcard.
On-Screen Error Messages: Smartcard: Smartcard failure - not plugged in correctly; Unknown smartcard - not plugged in. Please insert Smartcard.

DISPOSAL

The device, packaging material (e.g. Styrofoam) and the batteries must never be disposed of with household refuse. Please obtain appropriate information about the regulations in your community, and dispose of all refuse in accordance with regulations at the separate locations provided.

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Power supply Type Input voltage Fuse rating Input Frequency DEMODULATION SYMBOL RATE Constellation CABLE OUT Video decoder System decoding Profile and level Data rate Video formats Picture resolution Audio Decoder System decoding Audio mode Sampling frequency VIDEO Interface Impedance Output level MEMORY Flash SDRAM Size (W x D x H) Weight (Net)

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SMPS AC 100-240V~, 50/60 Hz 250 V/T1.6AH
Tuner & Demodulator VHF,UHF BAND(50~870 MHz) QAM DVB-C MAX 7 Msps 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 QAM LOOP OUT FOR ANALOG RECEIVER
MPEG 2 ISO/IEC 13818-2 (Transport Stream) MPEG 2 MP@ML (4:2:2) 1 ~ 15 Mb/s 4:3 (normal) & 16:9 (widescreen) 720(H) x 576(V) x 50 fields/sec
MPEG 1 ISO/TEC 11172~3 layer I & II MONO, DUAL, STEREO, JOINT STEREO 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
BASE-BAND AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT PAL 2 SCART (AV1, AV2) 75 1Vp-p SCART 600 balance 2.0Vp-p max (controllable)
AUDIO Interface Impedance Output level S/PDIF (Digital Audio Output)

2MB 16MB

PHISICAL SPECIFICATION 233 x 176 x 38 mm 0.95Kg GB-26

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Instructions for use. GB Gebruiksaanwijzing. NL Consignes dutilisation. FR

REV. 1.1

DIGITAL CABLE RECEIVER

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SAMSUNG Service Hotline : ( 0.10/ Min)
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This STB has been manufactured to satisfy international safety standards. Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully.
MAINS SUPPLY: OVERLOADING: LIQUIDS: CLEANING:
AC 100-240V~, 50/60Hz Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or adapters as this can result in fire or electrical shock. Keep liquids away from the STB. Before cleaning, disconnect the STB from the wall socket. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water(no solvents) to clean the exterior.

VENTILATION:

Do not block the STB ventilation holes. Ensure that free airflow is maintained around the STB. Never store the STB where it is exposed to direct sunlight or near heating equipment e.g. a radiator. Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the STB. Place the STB at least 30mm from the wall. Need at least 10mm from the top and both side of the STB for ventilation. Do not use any attachment that is not recommended by the manufacturer; it may cause a hazard or damage the equipment. Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Any attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid. Refer all servicing to a qualified service agent. If the STB is installed in an area subject to intense lightning activity, protection devices for the STB mains connector and modem telephone line are essential. The individual manufacturers instruction for safeguarding other equipment, such as TV set, Hi-Fi, etc., connected to the STB must also be followed during lightning storms. CATV cable MUST BE EARTHED. The grounding system must comply with local regulations.

ATTACHMENTS: SERVICING:

LIGHTNING:

GROUNDING:

Note :
1. Dispose the used batteries at designated place for environment protection. 2. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time. 3. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

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CONTENTS
Safety Instructions. General Features. Connecting Your STB. Description. Front Panel. Rear Panel. Remote Control Unit. Basic Functions. Operating The Receiver. Main Menu. 1. EPG - Electronic Program Guide 2. Channel. 2.1 Manual Scan. 2.2 Channel List. 2.3 Favorite Channel. 2.4 Parental Guide. 2.4.1 Program Grade. 2.4.2 Lock/Unlock Channel. 2.4.3 Change PIN Code. 3. Timer. 3.1 Scheduled Timers. 3.3 Manual Setting. 3.3 Guard Band Time. 4. Setup. 4.1 Preference. 4.1.1 TV Aspect Ratio. 4.1.2 Aspect Ratio. 4.1.3 TV Setting. 4.1.4 Automatic Subtitles. 4.1.5 Banner Time. 4.2 Transparency. 4.2.1 OSD. 4.2.2 Subtitles. 4.2.3 Teletext. 4.3 Language. 4.3.1 OSD. 4.3.2 Audio Out. 4.3.3 Subtitles. 4.4 System. 4.4.1 Product Info. 4.4.2 Reset. 4.5 Irdeto CA Status. 4.5.1 CA Status. 4.5.2 IRD Status. 4.5.3 Loader Status. 4.5.4 Mail Box. Troubleshooting. Disposal. Technical Specifications.

GENERAL FEATURES

1. USER SECTION
SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD VIA Network & PC(Secured) ADVANCED ELECTRONIC PROGRAM GUIDE MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORTED FOR OSD SUBTITLE & TELETEXT(OSD & VBI) SUPPORTED WITH MULTI LANGUAGE FULL FUNCTION INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT SCART OUTPUT LOW POWER CONSUMPTION 4 FAVORITE LISTS AUTO UPDATED EPG PASS LOOP FOR RGB SIGNAL 15 TIMERS TO RESERVE PROGRAMS(EVENTS) FOR TURNING ON/OFF

2. TUNER SECTION

VHF, UHF BAND 50~870 MHz MAX 7 Msps SYMBOL RATE 16~256 QAM Modulation Format LOOP OUTPUT FOR ANALOG RECEIVER

3. VIDEO SECTION

DVB-C COMPLIANT MPEG-2 VIDEO(MP@ML) 1~15 Mb/s DATA RATE SUPPORTS ASPECT RATIO 4:3(NORMAL) AND 16:9(WIDE SCREEN)

4. AUDIO SECTION

MPEG-1 AUDIO LAYER I & II MONO, DUAL, STEREO AND JOINT STEREO AUDIO MODE 32, 44.1 AND 48 kHz SAMPLING FREQUENCIES VOLUME CONTROL AND MUTE FUNCTION THROUGH REMOTE CONTROL UNIT SPDIF DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT

CONNECTING YOUR STB

1. LOCATION OF THE RECEIVER
Your STB should be placed under proper ventilation. Dont put in completely enclosed cabinet that will restrict the flow of air, resulting in overheating. The location should be safeguarded from direct sunlight, excess moisture, rough handling or household pets. Avoid stacking other electronic components on the top of the receiver. The location should be safely accessible by the cable from your antenna system.

2. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER WITH DISH SYSTEM
After installing your antenna system, connect the coaxial cable to CABLE IN terminal marked at the rear of the STB. All cable connectors should be finger tightened; do not use any kind of wrench while tightening connectors. The cable should be 75ohm impedance coaxial cable.
3. CONNECTING THE RECEIVER TO TV
To connect the receiver with your television, you can use Scart Cable. In the case of connecting your TV through SCART cable, connect the SCART connector marked AV1 (TV) to the respective SCART port on the TV.
4. CONNECTING YOUR ANALOG RECEIVER
To facilitate the user using analog receiver to view analog channels, STB has been provided with a loop through terminal marked as LOOP. Connect the coaxial cable from this terminal to the IF input terminal of your analog receiver. Now by keeping the STB in standby, you will be able to tune and view analog channels from your analog receiver.
5. CONNECTING YOUR VCR or DVD
To connect a VCR or DVD player, the STB has been provided with SCART at the rear marked AV2 (EXT). Using a SCART connector, the VCR or DVD player can be connected to the receiver.
6. CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO SYSTEM
Connect a fiber optic cable between DIGITAL AUDIO OUT on the receiver and Optical SPDIF on the Digital Audio System.

Connecting Figure

7. INSERTING SMARTCARDS FOR IRDETO SERVICES
In order to view a scrambled service, you need to have a valid Smartcard. This STB has the Irdeto embedded to view Irdeto programmes. N o t e : Insert the Smartcard with the gold coloured chip facing downwards.

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DESCRIPTION

Front Panel

1. LED Display
When the Red LED lights, the set-top box enters standby mode When the Green LED lights, it enters the operation mode. When the Yellow LED lights, it starts work and check internal systems. 1 Slot for Irdeto smartcard.

2. Card Slot

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Rear Panel

1. CABLE IN 2. LOOP
This port is connected the coaxial cable from your Cable system. To enable the connection of an Analog receiver. The receiver is provided with this LOOP port. This is used to connect to your TV. This is used to connect to your VCR or DVD.

3. AV1 (TV) 4. AV2 (EXT)

5. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Output for connection to a digital amplifier. 6. AC MAINS This is to plug in the AC mains power cord. The input AC voltage range is 100V to 240V, 50Hz/60Hz supply.

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Remote Control Unit
N o t e : When inserting batteries, make sure that the polarity(+/-) is correct.

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1. STANDBY/ON
Turns the STB on and off.
2. 0-9 Numeric key Press to enter numeric value and select the channel directly by entering number on the service list. 3. FAV.CH 4. VOL+/VOL5. MENU 6. Arrow Key 7. OK Displays the favorite channel lists. Press to increase or decrease the volume. Displays the main on-screen menu. Controls the cursor in the menu. Confirms a selection.
8. Color key (Red, Green, Yellow, Blue) Used to select special operation for the STB. 9. GUIDE 10. PG+/PG11. TEXT 12. ALT 13. INFO 14. TV/Radio 15. PRE.CH 16. 17. CH (MUTE) /CH Displays the on-screen Electronic Program Guide (EPG). Press to move up or down pages on Teletext mode. Select the teletext mode. Select the soundtrack list for the current service. Press to display information for current program. toggle between the TV and Radio channel. Turns to the previous channel. This key is for toggling between normal & muted audio. Press to change channels. Returns to the previous menu. Press this key to reserve the programs in EPG. Press to change a subtitle language. Press to select a Audio mode.
18. RETURN 19. TIMER 20. SUBTITLE 21. AUDIO

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DCB-B270R 1. Display Screen

BASIC FUNCTIONS

Before you can view the television program, you must perform the installation. Therefore you will see only menu images at first. After the television channels have been programmed, you will see the following picture (banner) each time you switch channels:
Press the INFO key in view mode. Select the channel by pressing Numeric (0~9) keys or /keys or CH /CH keys and press TV/RADIO key to move to TV or Radio channel. When the INFO key is pressed in second time, detailed information for current program can be displayed on another window.
When the INFO key is pressed in third time, another detailed information window appears. You can see the informations such as time, audio track, video track and signal.
If program is supported, you can see following icon list. Age Grade Teletex Announcement Favorite Channel Subtitle Scramble Channel Soundtrack Picture Size Locked Channel Mail Icon Program Progresive Status
You will also see this picture each time you change channels. When you press TV/RADIO key on the Remote Control Unit, TV and RADIO program are toggled. GB-10

D I G I T A L C A B L E

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2. Volume Control

To control the volume level : Press the VOL+ /VOL- keys or keys to adjust the volume level. Press the (MUTE) key to turn to silence mode. Press the (MUTE) key again or VOL+ or VOL- keys in order to cancel the mute function.

3. Select Soundtrack

Press the ALT key to see the soundtrack list. Press the / and OK keys to select one.

4. Service List

Press the OK key while you are viewing a program. Select list by pressing the TV/RADIO or FAV key. Select the channel by pressing the. Press the OK key to watch that channel.
The colour key corresponds the following service list.
Red key : Sort Yellow key : Edit FAV. Green key : Lock

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DCB-B270R 5. Setting the Favorite Channel
If you set favorite channel first time, when you press the FAV.CH key you will see the following message "Favorite Channel Lists are empty!". In this case, press the OK key while you are viewing a program. Then press YELLOW key and select the favorite channel list you want to edit. (Four lists are supported.) Finally you can add or remove channels as pressing YELLOW key. Once you proceed the steps above, you can immediately register the present channel to the favorite channel list. Press the FAV.CH key while you are viewing a program. To add the current channel to the Favorite channels, press the YELLOW key. To delete a favorite channel from the Favorite channel list, press the RED key. To watch the favorite channel
Press the FAV.CH key and then select the channel by using / keys. To return to whole channel list, press the FAV.CH key repeatedly.
6. Changing the Subtitle Language
When the current broadcasting program provides subtitle, press the SUBTITLE key to see the current subtitle language list.
Press the SUBTITLE key to see the subtitle language List. Use the / keys to select a subtitle language you want. Press the OK key and then the subtitle language you want is displayed. To do text off, press the SUBTITLE key and select 01 off. Then, press OK key.

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7. Selecting the Audio mode
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can listen to stereo, mono, right, or left.
Press the AUDIO key to see the Audio menu. Use the / keys to select a Audio menu. Stereo: Select this to listen to the audio track in stereo. Left: Select to listen to the left audio track through both speakers. Right: Select this to listen to the right audio track through both speakers. Mono: Select this to listen to the audio track in mono.

8. Changing the Teletext OSD
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext OSD, press the TEXT key to see the current Teletext OSD list. Use the / keys to select a Teletext OSD you want. Press the OK key and then the Teletext OSD you want is displayed on the screen. When Teletext screen is displayed, press the /, /, PG+, PG-, or Numeric keys to go to desired page. Pressing PG+ or PG- moves the page by 100 pages. Press the TEXT key to exit.

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DCB-B270R 9. Changing the Teletext VBI
When the current broadcasting program provides Teletext VBI, press the TEXT key twice to see the current Teletext VBI list. This Teletext will be displayed to the screen by TV, which supports Teletext. Use the / keys to select a Teletext VBI you want. Press the OK key and then the Teletext VBI you want is displayed on the screen.

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OPERATING THE RECEIVER

Main Menu

After installing your antenna system and STB with appropriate connectors.
Plug in the AC main power and switch on the receiver. Press the MENU key to bring up the main menu.
The following on screen display will appear: The sub menu topics will be displayed. For the sub-menus Guide, Channel, Timer and Setup.
1. EPG-Electronic Program Guide
The electronic program guide gives you a channel list for the channels.
Select GUIDE in the main menu, then press the OK key. RED key : Time interval can be adjusted by pressing this key. It is rotated by 30 minutes.1st: 30 minutes 2nd: 1 hour 3rd: 1 hour and 30 minutes GREEN key : Green key is for moving back to the previous date. YELLOW key : Yellow key is for moving to the next coming date.
Press the PG+/PG- or / keys to select the desired channel, then press the OK key.
N o t e : Quick way to access the GUIDE menu : Just press the GUIDE key while you are viewing a program.
If the information of highlighted program doesn't appear fully, INFO key will be available any time. You can scroll the window by pressing PG+/PG- or / keys. When the TIMER key on the remote control is pressed in the EPG screen, if the current channel involves an event, timer is set immediately and the set timer is indicated on the EPG screen. A program that has been set in this way is indicated on "Scheduled Timers" menu in "Timer" menu.

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DCB-B270R 2. Channel
This menu consists of 4 sub-menus: Manual Scan, Channel List, Favorite Channel and Parental Guide. Select Channel in the main menu by using / keys. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press the OK key.

2.1 Manual Scan

To tune-in new channels, the STB has been provided with Manual Scan where the channel data can be entered by the user. After selecting the Manual Scan from the Channel Menu, the following screen will be displayed:
Input the frequency of the channel you want to find.
The followings are defined as a default, but optionally you can choose it. Signal Status bar shows you if it is valid.
Input the frequency of the channel you want to find. Input the Network Id of the channel you want to find. Press the OK key start scanning. Select the Modulation of the channel you want to find. You can select the value of 16, 32, 64, 128, 256. Input the symbol rate of channel you want to find. After select option, press OK key to start the scan process.

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2.2 Channel List
This function is used to delete the channels.
Select the list by pressing the TV/RADIO or FAV.CH key. Select the channel by pressing the / keys. Press the OK key to watch that channel.
The color key corresponds the following service list.
To sort the channels in order of alphabet or default (channel number) press the RED key.
To lock the channel press GREEN key. Whenever you need to view the channel, you will have to enter the PIN at the request window. It means that you can access all parental locked channels with entering PIN Code on any parental locked channel successfully. To edit favorite channel list press the YELLOW key. Select favorite channel list you want to edit.(Four lists are supported.)
N o t e : Quick way to access the channel list menu : Just press the OK key while you are viewing a program

2.3 Favorite Channel

You can edit the favorite channel list.
To delete a favorite channel from the favorite channel list, press the RED key. To change the current channel number into new one, press the GREEN key. After selecting the channel number by using / keys, press OK key. To sort the channels in order of alphabet or default(channel number) press the BLUE key.

Note : Quick way to access the Favorite channel menu : Just press the FAV.CH key while you are viewing a program.

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DCB-B270R 2.4 Parental Guide

2.4.1 Program Grade

This feature sets viewing restrictions and prevents unauthorized access to your STB through the PIN(Personal Identification Number), which is a 4 digit number. (The factory preset PIN Code:0000)
You can block the specific channel by selecting age. If the available age of the channel is older than age which you set, that channel will be blocked. You can choose age from 4 to 17. "All blocked" means that you cannot watch any channels regardless of the grade. "Unblocked" means that you can watch the all channels regardless of the grade.
2.4.2 Lock/Unlock Channel
To lock the channel press GREEN key. Whenever you need to view the channel, you will have to enter the PIN at the request window. It means that you can access all parental locked channels with entering PIN Code on any parental locked channel successfully. To unlock the channel press GREEN key one more time. "Lock" and "Unlock" are toggled.
2.4.3 Change PIN code You can change current PIN code into new one. Note : If you forgot the PIN code, please call SAMSUNG Service Hotline. You can find the phone number inside the cover.

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3. Timer
Through this menu you can reserve the programs and configure the settings.

3.1 Scheduled Timers

You can see the channels you reserved through EPG or manual settings.
To add the timers press the RED key. You can reserve the program manually. To edit the timers press the GREEN key after highlighting the cursor on the program you want to edit. But it is impossible to edit the timers which was set through EPG. To delete the timers press the BLUE key after highlighting the cursor on the program you want to delete.

3.2 Manual Setting

You can reserve the programs manually. Set channel, date, start/end time and frequency by using / or / keys

3.3 Guard-Band Time

Guard-Band time is a function to ensure, that whole event will fit in set time boundaries. 1 minute of Guard-Band Time means that STB will start this timer operation 1 minute before set time and end 1 minute after set time. Note : If the timers are conflicted with guard-band time, they will not be reserved.

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DCB-B270R 4. Setup 4.1 Preference
This option enables you to change preset setting such as Aspect Ratio, TV setting as per your requirement. You can set the various preference settings you want. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press OK key.

4.1.1 TV Aspect Ratio

Select the TV Aspect Ratio : STANDARD 4:3 ratio or WIDE SCREEN 16:9 ratio type.

4.1.2 Aspect Ratio

16:9 LB: LB means the letter box. Select this when you want to see a 16:9 ratio image on the 4:3 ratio TV monitor. It shrinks the 16:9 ratio image with no screen distortion so the top and bottom of the screen are black empty. Pan Scan: The image is center focused so the other edges that exceed the screen limits are cropped. Full: Select this when you want to see an image with converted to full screen regardless of the aspect ratio of sources.

4.1.3 TV Setting

Select the TV setting : Composite or RGB. You can select the Video signal type.
4.1.4 Automatic Subtitles
Select Automatic Subtitles "On" or "Off". If you select "On" and the channels support subtitles, you can see the subtitles automatically. You don't need to press SUBTITLE key.

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4.1.5 Banner Time
Set the display duration of the banner(information) box displayed in the screen. The time ranges from 0 to 60 seconds. Setting is made with the numeric keys or /keys.

4.2 Transparency

4.2.1 OSD
Select OSD transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

4.2.2 Subtitles

Select Subtitles transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

4.2.3 Teletext

Select Teletext transparency level from 0 to 100%. Setting is made with numeric keys or /keys.

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DCB-B270R 4.3 Language
The Language option allows the user to select the desired language for OSD, Audio Out and Subtitles. 3 languages are available.
4.3.1 OSD You can set the OSD language. To accommodate user from different regions speaking different languages, OSD languages are available 3 languages. (English, Nederlands and Franais provided currently) Use the / keys to select a desired language, then press the OK key.

4.3.2 Audio Out You can set the audio language.
Use the /keys to select a desired language, then press the OK key.
4.3.3 Subtitles You can set the language of subtitles.

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4.4 System
This menu consists of 2 sub-menus : Product Info and Reset.
Place the cursor on this sub menu and press OK key.
4.4.1 Product Info If you have to contact your service provider or a service center they might ask for information available from this menu. Place the cursor on this sub menu and press the OK key.
If new software is available SW Update button will be activated. Then press OK key to update new software.
Note : If the receiver is updated via "SW Update", the version number may be changed.
4.4.2 Reset This is to restore the factory set values in case the user has encountered some problems after changing any new values of channel data and others, which may be in error. Select Reset menu in System menu and press OK key. If you want to continue, select YES in the warning window. The receiver will be reset to settings automatically. Please note that the Factory Default procedure may take a few seconds.

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DCB-B270R 4.5 Irdeto CA Status
4.5.1 CA Status 4.5.2 IRD Status 4.5.3 Loader Status 4.5.4 Mail Box
The menu provides the information of the smartcard and the STB. Press the OK key to enter the sub menu.
You can see the CA status (Smart Card EMM/ECM information).
You can see the IRD status (technical information about the IRD, CA, Smart Card and software loaded into it).
You can see the information about the IRD, and software loaded into it.
You can read the message sent to the individual decoders. We can save the maximum 10 mail messages.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem No display LED on the front panel; No power supply No pictures on the screen
Possible cause Power cord not plugged in correctly
Solution of the problem Power cord plug in correctly

Receiver in Standby mode; SCART not connected tightly to video output of television; incorrect channel or video output selected on television SCART connected incorrectly; Loudness level = 0; Muting active Incorrect operation; Batteries dead or inserted incorrectly
Set receiver to On; Check connection; Check channel and video output (TV instruction manual) Check connection; Increase loudness on television set; Press the MUTE key Point remote control towards the Receiver. Replace batteries or insert correctly

No sound

Remote Control does not operate directly
Poor picture quality signal strength in

Signal strength too low

Check all wire connections.
On-Screen Error Messages: cable not connected or not Searching for signal tight No signal On-Screen Error Message No programs are stored Channel lists not installed

Check connection

Scan channels. Please go to Installation menu (depend on model) Check the Smartcard. Insert the Smartcard.
On-Screen Error Messages: Smartcard: Smartcard failure - not plugged in correctly; Unknown smartcard - not plugged in. Please insert Smartcard.

DISPOSAL

The device, packaging material (e.g. Styrofoam) and the batteries must never be disposed of with household refuse. Please obtain appropriate information about the regulations in your community, and dispose of all refuse in accordance with regulations at the separate locations provided.

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Power supply Type Input voltage Fuse rating Input Frequency DEMODULATION SYMBOL RATE Constellation CABLE OUT Video decoder System decoding Profile and level Data rate Video formats Picture resolution Audio Decoder System decoding Audio mode Sampling frequency VIDEO Interface Impedance Output level MEMORY Flash SDRAM Size (W x D x H) Weight (Net)

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SMPS AC 100-240V~, 50/60 Hz 250 V/T1.6AH
Tuner & Demodulator VHF,UHF BAND(50~870 MHz) QAM DVB-C MAX 7 Msps 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 QAM LOOP OUT FOR ANALOG RECEIVER
MPEG 2 ISO/IEC 13818-2 (Transport Stream) MPEG 2 MP@ML (4:2:2) 1 ~ 15 Mb/s 4:3 (normal) & 16:9 (widescreen) 720(H) x 576(V) x 50 fields/sec
MPEG 1 ISO/TEC 11172~3 layer I & II MONO, DUAL, STEREO, JOINT STEREO 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
BASE-BAND AUDIO/VIDEO OUTPUT PAL 2 SCART (AV1, AV2) 75 1Vp-p SCART 600 balance 2.0Vp-p max (controllable)
AUDIO Interface Impedance Output level S/PDIF (Digital Audio Output)

2MB 16MB

PHISICAL SPECIFICATION 233 x 176 x 38 mm 0.95Kg GB-26

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