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TOPFIELD

TF 6000 CR

User Guide

Digital Satellite Receiver

CRYPTOWORKS

Contents
Introduction 1.1 1.2 Features. Controlling the digital receiver. 1.2.1 1.2.2 The front panel. The remote control.
Setup 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Unpacking. Safety precautions. Rear panel connections. Connecting up your digital receiver. 2.4.1 2.4.2 2.4.3 2.5 2.5.1 2.5.2 Connecting the antenna.
Connecting to your television. 10 Connecting to your video cassette recorder. 12 Inserting batteries in the remote control. 13 Powering on and checking picture. 13
Switching on for the rst time. 12
Preference Settings 3.1 3.2
Language settings. 14 Video and audio settings. 16 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 Television standard. 16 Colour model. 17 Video cassette recorder. 17 Television aspect ratio. 17 Audio mode. 18 Radio frequency output. 18

3.3 3.4 3.5 4

Local time setting. 19 Parental control. 21 Adjusting the on-screen display. 22 23
Service Search 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.2 4.3 4.4
Searching broadcasting services. 23 Conguring LNB settings. 23 Conguring DiSEqC 1.2 settings. 26 Conguring USALS settings. 27 Searching services. 28
Editing the transponder list. 31 Resetting to factory settings. 32 Resetting to installer settings. 32 34

Daily Usage 5.1 5.2

Volume control. 34 Watching television. 34 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 The services list. 34 Watching on multi-picture screens. 36 The favourite services list. 36 Viewing programme information. 37
5.2.5 5.2.6 5.2.7 5.3 5.4 5.5 6
Selecting audio tracks. 38 Selecting subtitle tracks. 38 Viewing teletext. 38
Viewing electronic programme guide. 39 Watching multifeed programme. 40 Making timer events. 40 43
Listing Services 6.1 6.2 6.3
Editing the services list. 43 Editing the favourite list. 45 How to use on-screen keyboard. 47 48

Chapter 1

Introduction
The TF 6000 CR digital receiver is fully compliant with the international Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) standard, and can receive digital broadcasts. For its operation you need an antenna, which must be installed appropriately. NOTE In general we equate a channel with a frequency. Unlike analogue broadcasts, however, digital broadcasts are not all assigned to their own frequencies; instead, multiple television broadcasts are transmitted through a single frequency. The frequency in digital broadcasting is usually called transponder. To reduce confusion in this manual, the word service is preferably used than channel as a term to indicate one television or radio broadcast.

1.1 Features

The TF 6000 CR digital receiver has the following features: Supports DiSEqC 1.0, DiSEqC 1.1, DiSEqC 1.2 and USALS.

2 Introduction

Can store up to 5000 television and radio services. You can edit the services list. You can create favourite lists of your favourite services. You can view information about the current television or radio programme. Has an electronic programme guide that provides an overview of scheduled programmes. You can update the rmware of the digital receiver to the latest version, provided by the manufacturer.
1.2 Controlling the digital receiver
The digital receiver can be operated with the remote control and the buttons on the front panel. NOTE When the digital receiver is off but plugged into a wall outlet, we say that it is in standby mode; on the other hand, when it is on, it is in operation mode. Even when you are not using the digital receiver, you should keep it plugged into a wall outlet to be in standby mode so that it can run timer events at any time.

The front panel

The front panel of the digital receiver has buttons to control the digital receiver, and specic lamps and a display to indicate its status. The following indicates what they mean.

CHANNEL

STANDBY button switches the digital receiver between standby mode and operation mode. CHANNEL , buttons switch to previous or next service. They are also used to navigate in menus and interactive screens. lamp lights up whenever you press a button on the remote control. STANDBY lamp lights up while the digital receiver is in standby mode. Front display displays the current time in standby mode, and displays the current service in operation mode. Pull the right edge of the front panel to open the ap. You have to insert your subscription card into the front slot to watch pay services.

4 Introduction

The remote control
button switches the digital receiver between standby mode and operation mode. mutes the sound. Press again to switch it back on. Numeric buttons are used to enter a service number for service change or to specify values for menu options. switches between the current service and the previously viewed one.
FAV displays the favourite lists. MENU displays the main menu. It is
also used to return to the previous menu from a submenu.
EXIT is used to exit the current

screen.

EPG displays the electronic programme guide. displays the service information box. It is also used to display more information about a programme.
c, a buttons switch to previous or
next service. They are also used to navigate in menus and interactive screens.
b, d buttons decrease or increase the volume. They are
also used to change values for menu options.
OK displays the services list. See 5.2.1 for more details.
It is also used to select a menu item. switches between television services and radio services.
SAT displays the satellite list. V , V + buttons decrease or increase the volume. They
are also used to change values for menu options.
P , P + buttons switch to previous or next service.
They are also used to navigate in menus and interactive screens.
These buttons have different functions per menu. They will be guided by on-screen help. button is used to select an audio track and sound mode, or a video track of multifeed programme. button is used to select a subtitle track. button displays teletext. pauses live television.
UHF displays the radio frequency setting menu. See
3.2.6 for more details. switches the output of the TV SCART socket between the digital receiver and the device connected to the VCR SCART socket. See 3.2.3 for more details.
M1 displays multi-picture screen. See 5.2.2 for more

details.

N/P switches television standard between PAL and NTSC.
However, this button may not be used in some models. See 3.2.1 for more details.
is used to set a sleep timer.

6 Setup

Chapter 2

2.1 Unpacking

Before going any further, check that you have received the following items with your digital receiver. Remote control unit Two batteries for the remote control (AAA 1.5 V) User manual NOTE Accessories may vary according to your local area.

2.2 Safety precautions

Please read carefully the following safety precautions. The mains power must be 90 to 250 volts. Check it before connecting the digital receiver to the wall outlet. For the power consumption of the digital receiver, refer to Table 2.1.

The wall outlet should be near the equipment. Do not run an extension lead to the unit. Do not expose the digital receiver to any moisture. The digital receiver is designed for use indoors only. Use dry cloth when cleaning the digital receiver. Place the digital receiver on a rm and level surface. Do not place the digital receiver close to heat emitting units or in direct sunlight, as this will impair cooling. Do not lay any objects such as magazines on the digital receiver. When placed in a cabinet, make sure there is a minimum space of 10 centimetres around it. For the physical specication of the digital receiver, refer to Table 2.2. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched. If the wires are exposed or the cord is damaged, do not use the digital receiver and get the cord replaced. Never open the digital receiver casing under any circumstances. The warranty will be void. Refer all servicing to a qualied service technician.
Table 2.1: Power specications Input voltage Power consumption 90 to 250 V AC, 50/60 Hz 24 W at maximum in operation 9 W in standby
Table 2.2: Physical specications Size Weight Operating temperature Storage relative humidity 190 mm 1.2 kg 0 to 45 C 5 to 90 %

8 Setup

2.3 Rear panel connections
The TF 6000 CR has some connections on the back panel.
LNB IN RF OUT R - AUDIO - L VCR

RF IN TV

RS-232

LNB OUT

S/PDIF
Check what connections your television set has in comparison with the digital receiver.

LNB IN LNB OUT

Satellite broadcasting signal input socket. Satellite broadcasting signal output socket through the LNB IN socket for another digital receiver. Analogue television output socket. Analogue television input socket.

RF OUT RF IN

AUDIO L/R Stereo audio output socket for the television set or the audio system. (white/red) VIDEO Composite video output socket for the television set. (yellow) Dolby digital output socket for the audio system. Audio and video input/output socket for the video cassette recorder or suchlike. Audio and video output socket for the television set.
2.4 Connecting up your digital receiver
Serial port for rmware update and data transfer.

Table 2.3: Connectors specications VIDEO AUDIO TV VCR Composite video (CVBS) output Left & right audio output CVB/RGB/YUV video output Left & right audio output CVBS video output Left & right audio output CVBS video input for bypass Left & right audio input for bypass Dolby digital audio output 115.2 kbps at maximum

S/PDIF RS-232

There are several ways to set up the digital receiver. Set up the digital receiver suitably to your television and other appliances. If you have any problem with your setup or need help, contact your dealer.

Connecting the antenna

Whatever sort of connection you have between the digital receiver and the television, you need to connect the digital receiver to your television antenna so that it can receive digital television services. Connect the antenna cable to the LNB IN connector. If you have another digital receiver, you may link it from the LNB OUT connector.
NOTE Perhaps you are expecting that the satellite antenna could simultaneouly catch all frequencies coming from a satellite and send them to the digital receiver. However, the satellite antenna only sends the frequencies that it can catch with the LNB frequency and polarization specied by the digital receiver. So if you have another digital receiver linked from the LNB OUT connector, you can only use it limitedly. See 4.1 for more details.
Connecting to your television
Between all the following connectors of the digital receiver, we recommend you to use the rst connector to get best picture quality. If your television does not have the matching connector, then use the next connector in the following order for better picture quality. 1. SCART connector (TV) 2. Composite connector (VIDEO) 3. RF connector (RF OUT) You should congure audio and video settings after connecting up the digital receiver. See 3.2 for detailed description.
To use the SCART connector For best results with a standard television set, you should use a SCART cable, plugging one end into the TV socket on the digital receiver and the other end into a free SCART socket on your television. Some televisions have inputs via Component connector or S-Video connector rather than SCART.
If you have such a television, use an appropriate conversion cable to link the TV socket on the digital receiver to the matching socket on your television. If you connect with a standard SCART cable, you do not have to make audio connections because the SCART connector can output stereo audio. But if you use a conversion cable, such as SCART-to-Component, you have to make audio connections. To use the composite video connector You will need to obtain a composite video cable (RCA cable) to use the composite video connector. Plug one end of the cable into the VIDEO (yellow) socket on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching socket on your television.

To connect the audio connectors You will need to obtain an audio cable (RCA cable) to connect the audio connectors. Plug one end of the cable into the AUDIO L (white) and AUDIO R (red) sockets on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching sockets on your television or audio system. To enjoy Dolby digital audio, your television or audio system must be able to decode Dolby digital audio, and you will need to obtain a S/PDIF cable. Plug one end of the cable into the S/PIDF socket on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching socket on your audio system.
To use the RF connector If your television does not have any video and audio input, you will need to use the radio frequency output from the digital receiver. In this case, you will need to connect a cable from the RF OUT socket to the antenna connector on your television. To ensure your television can also pick up existing analogue channels as well, you will need to connect a cable from your television antenna to the RF IN connector. Tune your television set to channel 36 (or rarely 43) so that you can see the output from the digital receiver.
Connecting to your video cassette recorder
The digital receiver can also output video to another appliance such as a video cassette recorder or video receiver through an auxiliary SCART connector. You will need to obtain a SCART cable to use the auxiliary SCART connector. Plug one end of the cable into the VCR socket on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching socket on your video cassette recorder or suchlike.
2.5 Switching on for the rst time
Now that you have your digital receiver connected, you should plug it in to a mains socket. Ensure that your television set is turned on, so that you will be able to see the display from the digital receiver.
Inserting batteries in the remote control
To insert the batteries, open the battery compartment by removing the lid, and then insert the batteries observing the polarity, which is marked on the base of the battery compartment. If the digital receiver no longer reacts properly to remote control commands, the batteries may be at. Be sure to remove used batteries. The manufacturer accepts no liability for the damage resulting from leaking batteries. NOTE Batteries, including those which contain no heavy metals, may not be disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of used batteries in an environmentally sound manner. Find out about the legal regulations which apply in your area.

Signal type PAL G Country Australia, Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Iran, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, Latvia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Yugoslavia Hong Kong, Macao, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, United Kingdom Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland Bahamas, Belgium, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Fiji, Guam, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, United States, Venezuela

PAL I PAL K NTSC M

Set the RF Channel option to a channel number as you desire. You then have to retune your television set to the new channel number.
You should set your local time for timer events. If you do not set the local time right, the programme time table provided by the programme guide may be distrustful. For the programme guide, refer to 5.3. Select the System Setting > Time Setting menu. You should see a screen like the left gure. You can set the clock manually or use the time signal, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), carried as part of the digital television broadcast. To use Greenwich Mean Time, take the following steps: 1. Set the Mode option to Auto; then the Time Offset option becomes enabled. 2. Set the Time Offset option to the time difference between your time zone and GMT referring to Table 3.2.

20 Preference Settings

Table 3.2: Time offset table Time offset GMT 12:00 GMT 11:00 GMT 10:00 GMT 09:00 GMT 08:00 GMT 07:00 GMT 06:00 GMT 05:00 GMT 04:00 GMT 03:30 GMT 03:00 GMT 02:00 GMT 01:00 GMT GMT + 1:00 GMT + 2:00 GMT + 3:00 GMT + 3:30 GMT + 4:00 GMT + 4:30 GMT + 5:00 GMT + 5:30 GMT + 6:00 GMT + 7:00 GMT + 8:00 GMT + 9:00 GMT + 9:30 GMT + 10:00 GMT + 11:00 GMT + 12:00 City Eniwetok, Kwajalein Midway Island, Samoa Hawaii Alaska Pacic Time US, Canada Mountain Time US, Canada Central Time US, Canada, Mexico City Eastern Time US, Canada, Bogota, Lima Atlantic Time Canada, La Paz Newfoundland Brazil, Georgetown, Buenos Aries Mid-Atlantic Azores, Cape Verde Islands London, Lisbon, Casablanca Paris, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid South Africa, Kaliningrad Baghdad, Riyadh, Moscow, St. Petersburg Tehran Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Baku, Tbilisi Kabul Ekaterinburg, Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, New Delhi Almaty, Dhaka, Colombo Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta Beijing, Perth, Singapore, Hong Kong Tokyo, Seoul, Osaka, Sapporo, Yakutsk Adelaide, Darwin Eastern Australia, Guam, Vladivostok Magadan, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia Fiji, Auckland, Wellington, Kamchatka
3. Make sure that your local time is correctly displayed on the Local Time option. To set the local time yourself, set the Mode option to Manual and enter your local time to the Local Time option with the numeric buttons. The time format is day/month/year 24-hour:minute.

3.4 Parental control

In general, television programmes are classied according to the level of violence, nudity and language of their content. When you are watching a programme, you can check its programme classication on the information box. For the information box, see 5.2.4. You can prevent your children from watching specic programmes by specifying a programme classication. Select the System Setting > Parental Control menu. You should see a screen like the left gure, and you will be asked your Personal Identication Number (PIN). The number is initially set to 0000.
If you wish to block 15 or above rated programmes, set the Censorship option to 15 (age). Setting it to No block blocks no programme; on the other hand, setting it to Total block blocks every programme. NOTE If a programme does not have any programme classication information, your censorship setting will not take effect. If anyone is trying to watch a programme that is of or above the censorship setting, the person has to enter the personal identication number to override. To change the number, select the Change PIN Code menu; then an input box appears. You have to enter a desired number twice for conrmation.

22 Preference Settings

You can also restrict uses of some menus. Selecting the Access Control menu displays a list of menus that you can lock. If the Time Setting item is set to Locked, you have to enter the personal identication number when accessing the Time Setting menu. If you enter a wrong number, you cannot use the menu. To release a shut item, set it to Unlocked.
3.5 Adjusting the on-screen display
You can adjust the transparency level of the on-screen display. Select the System Setting menu and set the OSD Transparency option as you desire. Its available range is from 0 to 50 percent. You can adjust the display time of the information box. For the information box, see 5.2.4. To adjust its display time, select the System Setting menu and set the Info Box Display Time option as you desire. Its available range is from 1 to 30 seconds. If you set this option to No Info Box, the information box will not be displayed when you switch services. However, pressing the button will display the information box. If you set this option to Never Hide, the information box will always be displayed. In addition, you can raise or lower the position of the information box. Select the System Setting menu and set the Info Box Position option as you desire. Its available range is from 10 to +3 lines. The more high you set the option, the more low the information box will be positioned.

Chapter 4

Service Search
After connecting up the digital receiver, you will need to perform a service search.
4.1 Searching broadcasting services
This digital receiver can be operated with both xed antenna and motorized antenna. You have to congure antenna settings according to your antenna system in the following order: 1. Congure LNB settings. (Refer to 4.1.1.) 2. Set the position of your desired satellites if you have a motorized antenna. You can control the antenna in DiSEqC 1.2 mode or USALS mode. Refer DiSEqC 1.2 to 4.1.2, and refer USALS to 4.1.3. 3. Perform service search.

26 Service Search

Conguring DiSEqC 1.2 settings
Your motorized antenna will turn toward your desired satellites horizontally by DiSEqC 1.2. When you switch to an service, if the service is provided by a satellite other than current one, it will take longer time than usual because the antenna has to turn to its position.
To use the DiSEqC 1.2 protocol, select the Installation > Motorized DiSEqC 1.2 menu. You should see a screen like the left gure. At rst you have to set the Motorized DiSEqC 1.2 option to Enable.
To get the correct position of your desired satellite, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option. 2. Set the DiSEqC Command Mode option to User. 3. Set the Motor Control option to Goto. Then the antenna will turn toward your selected satellite by the position data that the digital receiver has. 4. If the receiving quality, which is displayed at the bottom right of the screen, is not good, tune the antenna nely with the Movement option. If you set it to 2(E), the antenna will move to the east by two degrees. At this time
you had better check the receiving quality of every transponder and choose the best one at the Transponder (or Frequency) option. It will be helpful to your ne tuning. 5. Finally set the Motor Control option to Store to save the tuned position when the receiving quality is best. There are more motor control options for installers, but this guide does not describe them. If you are an installer, refer them to the manual about the STAB rotor.
4.1.3 Conguring USALS settings
USALS (Universal Satellite Automatic Location System), also known as DiSEqC 1.3, calculates the positions of all available satellites from your location. Compared to DiSEqC 1.2, it is no longer required to manually search and store every satellite position. Just pointing to a known satellite position is enough. This position will act as a central point. The USALS will then calculate positions of visible satellites. To use the USALS protocol, select the Installation > USALS Setting menu. You should see a screen like the left gure. At rst you have to set the Motorized DiSEqC 1.3 option to Enable.
To get every satellite position calculated, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option.

28 Service Search

2. Enter your location to the My Longitude option and the My Latitude option with the , and numeric buttons.
3. Enter the position of your selected satellite to the Satellite Angle option if it is not correct. 4. Select the Goto the position option; then the antenna will turn toward your selected satellite as calculating its position. 5. If the receiving quality, which is displayed at the bottom right of the screen, is not good, then tune the antenna nely with the Move option. The changed position is automatically saved. At this time you had better check the receiving quality of every transponder and choose the best one at the Transponder (or Frequency) option. It will be helpful to your ne tuning.

4.1.4 Searching services

To perform service search, select the Installation > Service Search menu. You should see a screen like the left gure.
There are four service search methods: Searching every service of a satellite. Searching every service of a transponder. Searching one service of a transponder. Searching every service of a SMATV (Satellite Master Antenna Television) system.
Searching every service of a satellite To search every service of a satellite, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option. 2. Set the Search Mode option to Auto. 3. If you set the Network Search option to On, the digital receiver will check up the up-to-date channel information as searching services, but it takes rather longer time. Searching every service of a transponder To search every service of a transponder, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option. 2. Set the Search Mode option to Manual. 3. Choose your desired transponder at the Frequency option or enter it with the numeric buttons. 4. Enter the symbol rate of your desired transponder to the Symbol Rate option with the numeric buttons. 5. Set the Polarization option to the polarization of your desired transponder. 6. If you set the Network Search option to On, the digital receiver will check up the up-to-date channel information as searching services, but it takes rather longer time. NOTE You may get transponder information from a satellite magazine or website such as http://www.satcodx.com or http://www. lyngsat.com.

30 Service Search

Searching one service of a transponder To search one service of a transponder, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option. 2. Set the Search Mode option to Advanced. 3. Choose your desired transponder at the Frequency option or enter it with the numeric buttons. 4. Enter the symbol rate of your desired transponder to the Symbol Rate option with the numeric buttons. 5. Set the Polarization option to the polarization of your desired transponder. 6. Specify the packet identiers of your desired service at the PID option with the numeric buttons. A packet identier is used to verify audio and video streams. Searching every service of SMATV system To search every service of a SMATV system, if the digital receiver is connected to it, perform the following steps: 1. Choose your desired satellite at the Satellite Name option. 2. Set the Search Mode option to SMATV. 3. Choose your desired transponder at the Frequency option or enter it with the numeric buttons. 4. Enter the symbol rate of your desired transponder to the Symbol Rate option with the numeric buttons. 5. Set the Polarization option to the polarization of your desired transponder. You can search pay services as well as free services as follows:

4.2 Editing the transponder list
To search only free services, set the FTA/Scrambled option to FTA only. To search both free services and pay services, set it to FTA + CAS. To start service search, select the Start Search item; then a list box appears, in which found services will be listed. When it has completed, press the button to save found services. To stop OK at any time or to exit without saving, press the EXIT button.
You can add, delete or modify satellite or transponder information. Select the Installation > SAT/TP Edit menu. You should see a screen like the left gure.
To add a satellite entry, select the Add Satellite option; then the on-screen keyboard appears. Enter your desired name and save it. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard. To change a satellite entrys name, select your desired entry at the Satellite Name option and select the SAT Name Edit option. Then the on-screen keyboard appears. Change the name as you desire and save it. To delete a satellite entry, select your desired entry at the Satellite Name option and select the Delete Satellite option; then you get asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted.

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To add a transponder entry, select your desired entry at the Satellite Name option and select the Add new TP option. Then the transponder information box appears. Enter a frequency and its symbol rate with the numeric buttons, and specify its polarization. To delete a transponder entry, select your desired entry at the Frequency option and select the Delete TP option; then you get asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted.
4.3 Resetting to factory settings
The digital receiver maintains the following data: Satellite list Services list Favourite list Timer list Preference settings
You can reset all data of the digital receiver. To do that, select the Installation > Factory Setting menu, and then you are asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, service entries, favourite entries and timer events will all be deleted, and preference options will be reset to the manufacturers factory settings.
4.4 Resetting to installer settings
You can store your own data including the following: Satellite list Services list Favourite list Preference settings

36 Daily Usage

Watching on multi-picture screens Pressing the button displays the multi-picture options; you M1
can choose one among four layouts: 4, 9, 13, or 16 screens. If you choose the 13 screens, the current service will be presented with still images of six services prior and posterior to it. It takes a few time to display all pictures of services. To watch a desired service among them, move the highlight frame on it and press the button. OK
The favourite services list
You can select a service to watch on a favourite list as well as on the services list. To display the favourite lists, press the button. FAV You should see a screen like the left gure. As you move the highlight bar up or down on the favourite group list at the left box, favourite services belonging to the highlighted group are listed on the right box.
For how to edit the favourite lists, refer to 6.2. To select a favourite service, put the hightlight bar on a desired group and press the button; a highlight bar appears on its
favourite services list. Once you select a desired service with the button, it will be presented. Otherwise, to select other OK group, press the button.
After you have selected a favourite service, if you then switch to another service using the or button, it will be also another favourite service of the selected group. The digital receiver will remind you what group you have selected by displaying its name at the top right of the screen whenever you switch services. If you wish to get out of the current group, select the All services group on the favourite group list.
Besides that, you can add or delete a favourite group or service. To add a service you are watching currently into a favourite group, put the highlight bar on a desired group and press the F2 button. To create a new group, press the F1 button; then the on-screen keyboard appears. Enter your desired name and save it. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard. To delete a group or a service, press the F3 button; then you get asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted.

To see detailed information of a desired programme, put the highlight bar on your choice with the or button and press the button. To switch to another service, press the or button. You can travel over previous days with the F2 button, and can travel over next days with the F3 button.
To see the programme guide for radio broadcasts, press the button. To switch it back, press the button again. Pressing the F1 button displays the programme guide in the form of a spreadsheet. To switch it back, press the F1 button again.

40 Daily Usage

You can make a timer event on the electronic programme guide as follows: 1. Select a service you want. 2. Press the EPG button to display its programme guide. 3. Select a programme you want with the button, then OK P is marked up on the entry. At the same time, a timer event with the selected programme will be made in the timer list. Refer the timer list to 5.5. 4. To remove the marking, press the button once again. OK
5.4 Watching multifeed programme
Some broadcasts such as sports channels can provide a variety of perspectives on a programme at a same time. We call it a multifeed programme. You can select and watch a perspective you prefer. If a multifeed programme is provided on the current service, the multifeed symbol ( ) will be marked on the information box. Press the button, then available video tracks will be listed. Once you select one, it will be presented. At this time, you have to press the button once more to select audio tracks.

5.5 Making timer events

You can make your desired services to be presented at a specic time. Even if the digital receiver is in standby mode, it will switch into operation mode at the speciged time. However, if you press any button on the remote control or on the front panel even just one time, the digital receiver will not switch into standby mode.
To input a timer recording, select the System Setting > Timer Setting menu; then the timer list will be displayed. To add a new timer event, press the F1 button, and a box like the left gure appears. Take the following steps:
1. If you want a radio programme, set the Type option to Radio; otherwise, set it to TV. 2. Set the Satellite option to the satellite which transmits the service you want. Pressing the button on this option OK displays a satellite list, from which you can select your desired satellite. 3. Set the Service option to the service which provides the programme you want. Pressing the button on this OK option displays a services list, from which you can select your desired service. 4. There are ve timer modes: One Time means literally one time. Every Day means literally every day. Every Weekend means Saturday and Sunday every week. Weekly means one day every week. Every Weekday means from Monday to Friday every week. If your favourite programme is broadcasted at weekends and you wish to watch every episode of the programme, set the Mode option to Every Weekend.

 

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