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1.2 Controlling the digital receiver
You can operate the digital receiver 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.

4 Introduction

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.
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. VOLUME , + buttons decrease or increase the volume. They are also used to change values for menu options. 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. There is a USB port on the front panel for rmware update and data transfer. You have to insert your subscription card into the front slot to watch pay services.

The remote control

button switches the digital receiver between standby mode and operation mode. is used to set a sleep timer. , buttons decrease or increase the volume. They are also used to change values for menu options. mutes the sound. Press again to switch it back on.
a, c buttons switch to previous or
next service. They are also used to navigate in menus and interactive screens. switches between the current service and the previously viewed one. Numeric buttons are used to enter a service number for service change or to specify 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.
FAV displays the favourite lists.
displays the service information box. It is also used to display more information about a programme.
is used to select an audio track and a sound mode, or a video track of multifeed programme. is used to select a subtitle track.

6 Introduction

V.Format changes video resolution. See 3.2.4 for more

devices to be supplied with power through antenna input connections simultaneously for a long time, your LNBs may lack power to operate. So it is recommended to link the LNB 1 OUT connector to the LNB 2 IN connector with a loop cable even though the digital receiver is designed to operate over two antennas alternatively. 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 linked from the LNB 1 OUT connector to the LNB 2 IN connector, you would have some limitations in using some features such as dual recording. Likewise, if you have another digital receiver linked from the LNB 2 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. HDMI connector (HDMI) 2. SCART connector (TV) 3. Component connector (YPbPr) 4. S-Video connector (S-VIDEO) 5. Composite connector (VIDEO) You should congure audio and video settings after connecting up the digital receiver. See 3.2 for detailed description.
To use the HDMI connector If you have a high denition television set, you should use a HDMI cable for best results. Plug one end of the cable into the HDMI socket on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching socket on your television. In this case, you do not have to make audio connections because the HDMI connector can output stereo audio or Dolby digital audio. 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. NOTE You cannot view high denition video with the SCART connector.

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.
Powering on and checking picture
Now, press the trol. button in top left corner on the remote con-
V.Format button on If you do not see a picture, try pressing the the remote control. If after several tries you still get no picture, check that the television is set to the correct input.
If the picture is good, you can skip to 4.1 to search for the available television and radio services. Otherwise, you may need to temporarily connect the composite video connector (VIDEO) to your television set so that you can see the on-screen menus in order to congure the video settings.

Chapter 3

Preference Settings

3.1 Language settings

You can select the language in which the menu would be displayed. In addition to that, you can select which language of audio track and of subtitle track should be output. Select the System Setting > Language Setting menu. You should see a screen like the left gure.
Menu language The digital receiver supports many menu languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Turkish and so forth. Set the Menu Language option to your desired language. Once you select a language, the menu will be immediately displayed in the selected language.

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Subtitle language Set the 1st Subtitle Language option and the 2nd Subtitle Language option to your desired languages. When you watch a programme, if the programme has a subtitle track of the language that is designated for the 1st Subtitle Language, it will be displayed. If the rst language is not available but the second language is available, the subtitle of the second language will be displayed. If there is not any available language, no subtitle will be displayed. Apart from this setting, you can select a subtitle track with the button. See 5.2.5 for detailed description. Audio language Set the 1st Audio Language option and the 2nd Audio Language option to your desired languages. When you watch a programme, if the programme has an audio track of the language that is designated for the 1st Audio Language, it will be output. If the rst language is not available but the second language is available, the audio of the second language will be output. Apart from this setting, you can select an audio track with the button. See 5.2.4 for detailed description.

3.2 Video and audio settings
You have to congure the video and audio settings appropriately to your television set and other appliances. Select the System Setting > A/V Output Setting menu. You should see a screen like the left gure.

Colour model

Through the TV SCART connector, the digital receiver is able to output video in various colour models. If you have the digital receiver linked to your television via this connector, you should set the SCART Output option to your desired colour model. If you have connected via the RCA connector labeled VIDEO on the back panel, you do not have to set this option because the digital receiver outputs CVBS video through the RCA connector independent of the SCART connector. However, if you have connected via the S-VIDEO connector, you have to set this option to S-Video because the output through S-Video connector comes from the SCART interface. Similarly, if you have done by YUV connectors (Y, Pb and Pr), you have to set this option to YUV for the same reason. It is known in general that the RGB colour model provides the best video quality with little difference from the YUV colour model but the CVBS colour model does the least. So RGB would be most desirable for this option.

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Video cassette recorder
You can have the digital receiver linked to your video cassette recorder or such an appliance via the VCR SCART connector. In that case, the digital receiver will operate differently depending on the setting of the VCR Scart Type option. If the option is set to Standard, the digital receiver will pass the video from the video cassette recorder to your television when it starts playback. But if the option is set to External A/V, the digital receiver will not pass the video automatically. To pass it, you AUX have to press the button. NOTE It is impossible for the digital receiver to record the video that the video recorder plays back because the digital receiver is just a bypass for the video recorder.

Television aspect ratio

If you have a wide-screen television, set the TV Aspect Ratio option to 16:9. Otherwise, if you have a normal-screen television, set the TV Aspect Ratio option to 4:3.

3.3 Local time setting

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 3.1. 3. Make sure that your local time is correctly displayed on the Local Time option.
Table 3.1: 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
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. If daylight saving time is observed in your state at the moment, set the Daylight Saving Time option to On. NOTE Daylight saving time adds one hour to the time when the option is set to On. When setting the time offset from Greenwich

3.6 To turn on the time shift feature
Time shift means that the most recent hour of the television service you are watching gets saved temporarily on the hard disk of the digital receiver. When this feature is enabled, you can

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reverse and pause live television as if playing back a recording. To enable this feature, select the System Setting menu and then set the Time Shifting option to Enable. See 5.5 for how to use this feature.

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.
4.1.1 Conguring LNB settings
There are in large two frequency bands for satellite broadcasts. One is C band which ranges approximately from 4 to 6 GHz.

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The other is Ku band which ranges approximately from 12 to 18 GHz. The LNB (Low Noise Block converter) is used to take a wide band of relatively high frequencies, amplify and convert them to similar signals that is carried at a much lower frequency, which is called Intermediate Frequency (IF). High frequencies from satellites are converted into 950 to 2150 MHz by a LNB.
Select the Installation > LNB Setting menu to congure the LNB settings. You should see a screen like the left gure.
OK Pressing the button on the Satellite Name option displays the satellite list in alphabetic order. Select the satellite toward which your antenna is set to face.
You have to specify which tuner is connected to your selected satellite. If it is LNB 1 IN, set the Tuner Select option to Tuner 1; otherwise, set it to Tuner 2. If you have connected the LNB 1 OUT and LNB 2 IN with a loop-through cable, then set the Connection Type option to Loop Through; otherwise, set it to Separated.
NOTE Both the LNB 1 IN and LNB 2 IN sockets should be connected to your antennas either directly or via the loop-through cable. If you have connected only one socket, some features such as dual recording will not function. The digital receiver has a database about broadcasting satellites and their transponders, containing the following information: satellite position, frequency range, symbol rate, polarization and LNB frequency corresponding to the frequency range. So you might not have to specify the LNB Frequency option. However, if you have selected the Other entry at the Satellite Name option to specify a satellite that is not in the satellite list, you might have to ll in the correct LNB frequency. The absolute difference between a broadcasting frequency and its LNB frequency must be within 950 to 2150 MHz. For example, if the frequency band of your desired satellite ranges from 3660 to 4118 MHz, you have to set the LNB Frequency option to 5150 MHz. The LNB has to be supplied with electric power to operate. Set the LNB Power option to On if it does not have any other power supply. You had better ignore the 22 kHz option. The digital receiver is designed to be compatible with DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control) switches. It is possible to connect several antennas to one digital receiver by DiSEqC switches. A DiSEqC 1.0 switch allows switching between up to four satellite sources and a DiSEqc 1.1 switch allows switching between up to 16 satellite sources. Set the DiSEqC 1.0 option and the DiSEqC 1.1 option according to your antenna conguration.

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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. 2. Select the tuner that is connected to the motorized antenna at the Tuner Select option. 3. Enter your location to the My Longitude option and the My Latitude option with the , and numeric buttons.
4. Enter the position of your selected satellite to the Satellite Angle option if it is not correct. 5. Select the Goto the position option; then the antenna will turn toward your selected satellite as calculating its position. 6. 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.

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:

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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. 7. Set the Modulation option to the modulation type of your desired transponder. If your desired transponder has high denition broadcasts, you should set this option to DVB-S2 QPSK or DVB-S2 8PSK. Then the FEC option and the Pilot option will become enabled. You also should set these options correctly. NOTE You may get transponder information from a satellite magazine or website such as http://www.satcodx.com or http://www. lyngsat.com. 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.

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SAT Pressing the button displays the satellite list. Once you select a desired satellite, only services provided by the selected satellite are listed.
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, FAV press the button. 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 OK the button, it will be presented. Otherwise, to select other 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 the service you are currently watching into a favourite group, put the highlight bar on a desired group and press the
F3 button. To create a new group, press the F2 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 button; then you get asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted.
5.2.3 Viewing programme information
Pressing the button displays the information box, on which you can see all of the following:
Service number and name Transmitting satellite Receiving tuner Transponder information Signal level and quality Programme name Programme classication symbol Programme summary Broadcasting time Current time
In addition, you might see the following symbols: Subtitle symbol ( ) if subtitle tracks are provided on the current programme. Teletext symbol ( current service. Lock symbol ( ) if teletext pages are provided on the ) if the current service is locked.
Dollar symbol ($) if the current service is a pay service. Multifeed symbol ( ) if the current programme is provided as a multifeed programme. To use this feature, refer to 5.4. If the electronic programme guide is provided on the current service, you can see the information about the current and next

When time shift option is disabled and pause is kept for more than 10 seconds, the time shift feature will be switched on to stop you loosing part of the programme. In such case it will remain enabled until you change services.

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Chapter 6

Listing Services

6.1 Editing the services list
You would have got the services list after service search. You can rename, move, lock or delete service entries on the services list. Select the Organizing Svc/Fav > Organizing Services menu. You should see a screen like the left gure. There are editing options on the left column and service entries on the right column.
Once you put the highlight bar on a desired option on the OK left column and press the button, you can select a desired service to edit on right column. To go over to the other the column, press the F1 button.
To edit the radio services list, press the button; then radio service entries will be listed on the right column. To switch back to the television services list, press it again. To change the name of a service, select the Rename and select a desired service; then the on-screen keyboard appears. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard. Unlike analogue broadcasts, each service does not have a proper service number in digital broadcasts. Service numbers are just assigned to services in the order that they were found in service search. So you can reassign a service number by moving a service entry. To move a service entry, select the Move option and select a desired service; then the selected service becomes darker. As you move it up or down, it gets OK renumbered according to the position. Press the button to x it. You can lock some services to prevent your children from watching them. To lock a service, select the Lock option and select a desired service; then the selected service gets marked with a lock symbol ( ) on it. If anyone tries to watch a locked service, the person has to enter the personal identication number that is set to the Change PIN Code option. See 3.4 for this OK option. Pressing the button on a locked service entry turns it back to be unlocked. To delete a service, select the Delete option and select a desired OK EXIT button; service with the button, and then press the you get asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, the selected service will be deleted. If you want to undo the deleted service, there is nothing you can do but perform a service search again. Once you select the Sort option on the left column, sorting options are displayed as follows: Default by service number Alphabetic by service name Satellite by satellite FTACAS from free services to pay services

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CASFTA from pay services to free services Provider by broadcaster FavNoFav from favourite services to unfavourite services. Transponder by transponder

6.2 Editing the favourite list
You can make your own favourite services list. In fact, you can dene multiple favourite services lists, each being a group of chosen services. Select the Organizing Svc/Fav > Organizing Favorites menu. You should see a screen like the left gure. There are three columns: Group list (left) Favourite list (centre) Services list (right)
The services list contains all available services, whereas the favourite list contains only chosen services that have been added to the highlighted group. As you move the highlight bar up or down on the group list, favourite services belonging to the highlighted group get shown in the favourite list. You can add up to 30 groups. To add a group, select the NEW option in the group list; then the on-screen keyboard appears. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard. To rename a group, put the highlight bar on the group entry you want and press the F2 button; then the on-screen keyboard appears. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard.
To delete a group, put the highlight bar on the group entry you want and press the F3 button; then a message box appears asking you for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted. You can add a favourite service to a group by taking the following steps: 1. Put the highlight bar on a desired group entry in the OK group list and press the button to select it. The highlight bar then moves to the services list. 2. To add a service to the selected group, put the highlight OK bar on a desired service entry and press the button. The selected service entry gets added to the favourite list. Repeat this step to add more entries. 3. Press the F1 button and the highlight bar get moved to the favourite list. You can delete a favourite entry with OK the button. 4. To select another group, press the F1 button again. By pressing the F1 button, the highlight bar gets moved to each column. To add radio services, press the button; then radio service entries get listed in the services list. To recall the television services list after adding radio services, press the button again. With your favourite services list, you can select your favourite services more easily. Refer to 5.2.2 for detailed description.

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6.3 How to use on-screen keyboard
You can move the highlight key horizontally with the and buttons and vertically with the and buttons. Pressing the OK button on a key enters its letter in the input line. To type a space, select the Space key. To type lower case letters or numerals, select the Other key.

To delete a letter, put the cursor to the right of the desired letter on the input line and then select the Del key. You must select the Save key to complete naming; otherwise, if you press the EXIT button, it will not be named.
6.4 Transferring receiver data
The digital receiver retains the following data: Satellite and transponder data Services list Favourite lists Preference settings
It is possible to transfer the receiver data from the digital receiver to another same digital receiver by connecting them with a RS-232 cable. To have the receiver data transferred, perform the following steps:
6.5 Editing channel data on your computer
1. Plug one end of a RS-232 cable (9 pin Dsub cable) into the RS-232 port on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching port on the other digital receiver. 2. Turn on the source digital receiver. 3. Select the Installation > Transfer Firmware > Transfer Data to Other IRD menu, then you get asked for conrmation; select Yes. 4. To start the data transfer, turn on the target digital receiver. 5. A progress bar appears showing the progress of the data transfer. 6. Restart the target digital receiver when the data transfer is complete.
You can edit the channel data on your computer by using a channel editor programme, Vega. With Vega you can do the following: Adding, deleting or modifying satellite entries Adding, deleting or modifying transponder entries Deleting or modifying service entries Adding, deleting or modifying favourite groups You can not only transfer your channel data to the digital receiver but also save it as a le, the extension name of which is std. Vega is available from the Topeld website, http://www.i-topfield.com.

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To use Vega, you have to prepare a RS-232 cable to link the digital receiver with your personal computer. Plug one end of a RS-232 cable (9 pin D-sub cable) into the RS-232 port on the digital receiver, and the other end into the matching port on your computer.

limited number of services while the two programs are being recorded. CAUTION Do not move the digital receiver nor pull out the plug while it is running. It may cause damage to recorded programmes. Note that Topeld is not responsible for damages inicted on les that are stored on the hard disk drive. NOTE When a recording is complete, it might not be saved if its recording duration is less than one minute.

Instant recording

To instantly record the programme you are watching at present, press the button. Pressing the button will not pause the current recording like it does with a video cassette recorder. Pressing the button will pause the live show and begin time shifting within the current recording even with the Time Shifting option disabled. However, it is still possible to pause a recording. After a recording is started, pressing the button displays a menu like the left gure, in which you can set the recording duration. To specify an arbitrary recording duration, set the Duration option as you desire with the and buttons and press the OK button; the recording will end at the specied time.
If the information about the next programme is provided by the electronic programme guide, the After this program and After next program options will be available. Once the After

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this program option is selected, the current recording will stop when the current programme is scheduled to end. Likewise, once the After next program option is selected, the current recording will stop when the next programme is scheduled to end. Selecting the Record pause option pauses recording. When you press the button again, you will see this option is changed to Record continue. To resume recording, select it. To stop recording, press the button; then a box like the left gure appears, which shows programmes currently being recorded. If you select one, its recording will stop. While a recording is going on, you can watch or record another service.
To additionally record another service, switch to the service you want to record, and press the button. Once a recording is started, it is put on the recorded programme list even though it is not nished yet. The recording le is named after its service name with a sufx of a number. To view the recorded programme list, press the button or alternatively select the File List menu. See 7.2 for detailed description about the recorded programme list.

Timer recording

You can set a service to be recorded at a specic time. Even if the digital receiver is in standby mode, it will switch into operation mode and start recording at a specied time. When the recording comes to the end, the digital receiver will switch back into standby mode again in one minute. 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 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:

To delete a recording, put the highlight bar on it and press the button; then you are asked for conrmation. If you select Yes, it will be deleted.

To sort recordings

To sort the recordings, perform the following steps: 1. Press the F4 button to display the additional options. 2. Set the Sorting option to Alphabetic, Time or Size as you want.
EXIT button. 3. Press the
4. They are sorted by the specied option.
7.2.3 To lock a recording
To lock a recording so that other people cannot play it, perform the following steps:

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1. Put the highlight bar on a desired recording. 2. Press the F4 button to display the additional options. 3. Set the Lock option to Locked.
EXIT button. 4. Press the

5. The lock symbol (

) is displayed on it.
If you select a locked recording to play it back, you will be asked for your personal identication number.

To rename a recording

To change the name of a recording, perform the following steps: 1. Put the highlight bar on a desired recording. 2. Press the F4 button to display the additional options. 3. Select the Rename option, and the on-screen keyboard appears. Change the name and save it. See 6.3 for how to use the on-screen keyboard.

To make a new folder

To make a new folder, press the F2 button; then a new folder named GROUP # is created. You can change its name in the same manner as renaming a recording. See above.
To move a recording to another folder
To move a recording to another folder,put the highlight bar on a desired recording and press the F3 button; then the folders are listed. Once you choose a folder, the recording is moved to it.
7.3 Playing back a recording
When a programme is recorded, its additional contents such as audio tracks or teletext are also recorded together. So you can enjoy them while playing back a recording. The instructions on how to play a recording are as follows: 1. Select the File List menu or alternatively press the button to display the list of recorded programmes. 2. Put the highlight bar on a desired recording.
OK 3. Press the button to start playback.
4. To stop playback, press the

button.

During a playback, you can enjoy the following tricks: To see the detailed information about the currently played recording, press the button; then the information box appears and shows its le name, playing duration, programme information, and so on. To pause playback, press the press the button. To go forward, hold down the hold down the button. button. To resume it,

 

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