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Contents Page

■ General Safety 2

■ General Information 3
I. Unpacking 3
II. Features 3
III. Remote Control Unit (RCU) 4
IV. Front Panel 6
V. Rear Panel 6

■ Installing Equipment 7

■ Menu Guide 8
I. Installation 8
II. System Setup 10
III. Channel Edit 13
IV. Utility 15

■ Operations 16

■ Trouble Shooting 19

■ Specifications 20


Please read the following recommended instructions carefully to avoid the risk of your physical
injury before the product is operated.

- Check the receiver's operation voltage : AC90-250V, 50/60 Hz.

- Do not cover the receiver and keep a clear space around the receiver for sufficient ventilation.

- Keep a liquid away from the receiver.

- The receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and the objects that filled with
liquids such as vases shall not be placed on the receiver.

- Unplug the receiver from the wall outlet before cleaning.

- Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of washing-up liquid to clean the casing.

- Do not block the receiver's ventilation slots which are provided for ventilation and
protection against overheating.
- Maintain the receiver in the free airflow.

- Do not allow the receiver to be exposed to the hot, cold or humid condition.

- Do not use any cable and attachment that is not recommended as that may damage
your receiver.

- Unplug the receiver from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable between the
receiver and antenna when you will not use it for a long time.

- The wall outlet shall be placed near the receiver and shall be easily accessible
- Do not remove the cover to reduce the risk of electric shock.

- Do not attempt to service the receiver by yourself.

- Refer to a qualified service personnel for all technical supports.

Please ensure that the following items are included with the receiver in your packing.
1) Remote Control Unit (1EA)
2) Batteries (2EA)
3) User's Manual
4) RCA Cable

MPEG-2/4. H264 HD and Fully DVB-S/S2 Compliant

Excellent Performance
Max. 10000 TV & Radio Channels Programmable
Channel Switching Time Less Than 1 sec.
CD Qua
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Auto Programming
EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and Time Reservation
Automatic Turn-On and Off in Time Settings
Teletext by Software Emulation/VBI Insertion and Subtitle
Video Format in 4:3, 16:9 and Letter Box
Multi-Languages for OSD
Multi-Languages for Audio
Multi-Reception (PAL/PAL-M/PAL-N/NTSC/SECAM)
Last Channel Memory

User Friendly Interface

256 Color GUI (Graphic User Interface)
True Color Background Image
Blind Scan

Favorite List
5 Favorite Lists Editing
Channel Sorting by Alphabet, FTA and CAS

PVR Function
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Ti kM Mode
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Fastt Rewind,
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Step Rewind,
R i d StStep F
USB 2.0 Supported

Parental Control
Access Lock On Receiver
Parental Control by Age Limitation


III. Remote Control Unit (RCU)

Switches the receiver between the operation and standby
Enables or disables the audio.
Numeric keys(0~9)
Selects the TV or radio channels, and the individual menu.

Enables the teletext mode.
Enables the subtitle mode

Returns to the previous channel.
Displays the main menu on screen.
Displays the program guide menu.
INFO (i )
Displays the information box on the screen.
Switches between the TV and radio channel.
Returns to the normal viewing mode from any menu.
Display the channel list or confirms your choice.

Selects the audio language and sound mode
(Mono/ Left/Right/Stereo).

Selects the zoom in/out

Displays the favorite channel list.

Displays the satellite list.

V.F Changes video resolution.
SLEEP Sets a sleep timer.
VOL+ / - Increases or decreases TV/Radio volume level.
CH + / - Changes the TV/Radio channel up or down.
(USB) Opens the recorded file or your contents.
▶ (PLAY) Play at normal speed or resume.
(PAUSE) Pauses playback of recorded program or time shift.
(FAST FORWARD) Fasts forward at high speed.
(FAST REWIND) Rewinds at high speed.
■ (STOP) Stop the playback or the recording.
(RECORD) Records program.


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(STEP REWIND) Slow rewind recorded file while playing.

IV. Front Panel


USB Connects your USB devices for Personal Video Recording.

USB port for firmware update and data transfer.
LED Lights in red to indicate the receiver is in Standby mode.
Lights in green to indicate the receiver is in operation

V. Rear Panel

LNB1 IN Connects to the satellite antenna cable.

LNB1 IN Connects to another STB.
RS 232 Connects to the PC for software upgrade.
HDMI Audio and video output for the high definition TV set
AUD-R Connects AUDIO RIGHT to the TV or other equipment.
AUD-L Connects AUDIO LEFT to the TV or other equipment.
VIDEO Composite video output for the television set.
LAN Connects a network cable.
+12V Connects to the Adaptor cable.

This section explains several ways of connecting the receiver to your TV, VCR and Hi-Fi system.
You can choose one of the following setups that we recommend.
If you hava any problem or need a help, consult your dealer or service provider.


1. Connecting the satellite antenna

Connect the cable from the satellite dish to the LNB1 IN on the receiver.

2. Connection to your television set

Connect the VIDEO and AUD-R/L to VIDEO IN and AUDIO R/L of TV using a RCA cable.

Connect the HDMI cable from the HDMI connector to the HDMI port on the TV.


Main Page
Press the “MENU” key on the RCU to open the main
menu on the screen.
1. You can move in the main menu using g “◀ ▶"
key on the RCU.
2. Press “OK” to confirm your selection.
3. Press “EXIT” to return to the previous menu.

I. Installation
II. System Setting
III. Channel Edit
IV. Utility

I. Installation

I-1. Channel Search

You can select the satellite list in which you now
are. Select a satellite with "" from the list and
then press "OK“ to confirm.
If you want to search more than one satellite
together, press "OK" at each satellite in the satellite
list to select the multi satellites.

I-2. Edit Sat

1. LNB Frequency
Selects the proper LNB frequency of your
LNB by pressing “" in the list and press “OK”
for confirmation.
2. 22KHz
In case of using a 22kHz switching box to install
a dual LNB or two dishes on the roof, you have
to set the “22kHz” option to “On” or “Off”
considering the connection between the LNB
and switching box.
3. DiSEqC Input
Selects the appropriate port for your DiSEqC
switch box.

4. LNB Power
Selects the appropriate LNB Power, Enable or

I-3. Search SAT
1. Search Type
Select the Search Type “All” or “FTA” or “CAS”.

2. Channel type
Select the Search Type “All” or “TV” or “Radio”.

3. Network
Select the Network Search. If you select
“Enable”, the satellite search first tries to find out
the NIT carried within the transponder, if any,
adds all transponders listed in the NIT to the
transponder list of the satellite, and then continue
the satellite search.

4. Satellite Search
When you start the searching, the TV/Radio
channels are shown according as the searching
the orders and also you can see the Progress
on the percentage of the progress bar.

When you finish the searching, pop-up menu

will be coming on shown as “Do you want to
save ? “. Press “OK” to save the searched
channels on your channel list.

I-5. Factory Setting

This menu allows you to delete programs which you want to delete.
And also, you can do “Factory Setting”. If you choose “Yes" key at the “Factory Setting” item,
you will see the warning message.
If you choose “YES" while this warning message is displaying, all the current settings will be
reset to the factory default.


II. System Setup

The System Setting has eight menu items as follows.

II-1. OSD Control

II-2. Parental Control
II-3. A/V Control
II-4. Time Setting
II-5. System Information

II-1. OSD Control

In this menu, you can change the Default Language
for Menu by change by pressing of “▶“ key, and you
can adjust the display time by pressing of “▶“ key,
and also you can choose the OSD Transparency by
pressing of “▶“ key.

II-2. Parental Control

This menu allows you to lock the receiver in order to
prevent any unauthorized person from accessing it
and control the channel viewing per age and change
the current password. The default password is preset
to “0000” at the factory.
1. Censorship Classification
You can set up the Censorship Classification for
Age Lock.
2. Allow Time
You can Set up the Start Time and End Time.
3. Change Password
You can change the password.

II-3. Time Setting
This menu allows you to set the local time in your
location. You can select either the GMT or the
local area time at your preference.

1. GMT Offset
Press “▶” to change the time
2. Power Off
This menu allows you to set the timer for Power
3. Power On
This menu allows you to set the timer for Power On.

II-4. A/V Control

The receiver has many A/V outputs connected to it.
This menu allows you to adjust those output
settings with "◀ / ▶,  / " and " OK “ key.
1. Screen Ratio
Selects the aspect ratio of video output to the TV
(4:3 or 16:9)
2. Display Format
Selects the aspect ratio between Letter Box,
Cinema, and Full.
3. TV Standard
Select the TV Type (Auto or PAL or NTSC).
4. NTSC Mode
Selects the NTSC mode, 3.58 or 4.43.

II-5 Audio Control

1. Audio Language
This menu allows you to change the Audio Language
by pressing “OK” Key.

2. Audio Output
This menu allows you to change the Audio Output
by pressing “OK” Key (Stereo or Mono).

3. Audio Priority
This menu allows you to change the Audio Priotiry
by pressing “OK” Key (PCM or Dolby Digital)

II-6. Subtitle Control
1. Subtitle Language
This menu allows you to change the Subtitle
Language by pressing “OK” Key.

2. Subtitle Display
This menu allows you to change the Subtitle Display
by pressing “OK” Key (Manual or Auto).

3. Subtitle Font
This menu allows you to change the Subtitle Font
by pressing “OK” Key (Variable or Fixed)

II-7 System Information

This menu shows the date of model Name, Software

Version and S/W Date for your receiver.

If you contact the local dealer or service provider,

they may ask for Information from this menu.
For example, you need to check this Information
when upgrading the receiver with a new software


III. Channel Edit

The Channel Edit has two menu items as follows.

III-1. Edit
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C a e Lists
III-2. Edit Favorite Channels

III 1. Edit Channel Lists

This menu provides you with the functions to

Delete, Move, and Lock the channels.
Press "" and “◀▶” to select the desired
channel list. To select all channels, please
Press “Blue” key’ on RCU.

1. Delete
Select the channels which you want to Delete
the channels and press “OK” to confirm the

2. Move
Select the channels which you want to Move
the channels and press “OK” to confirm it after
moving the channel which you want to locate
the channel.

3. Lock
Select the channels which you want to lock the
channels and press “OK” to confirm and move
it to the Lock channel list.

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If you press “Blue” key on RCU, you can select
all channels.


III-2. Edit Favorite Channels

This menu provides you with the favorite lists for

your favorite groups. First of all, please press of
your favorite group from Group 1 to Group 5 which
you want to edit.

Press "" and “◀▶” to select the desired

Channels to edit.

1. Add
Select the channels in channel list by pressing
"" which you want to move, and press
“Red” key to add the channel into the favorite

2. Delete
Select the channels in Favorite Group by
pressing "" which you want to delete,
and press “Red” key to confirm the deletion.

3. Move
Select the channels which you want to Move the
channels and press “Green” Key to confirm it after
moving the channel which you want to locate
the channel.

4. Rename
If you press “Blue” key on RCU, the key board
will be displayed and you can rename the
favorite list.

IV. Utility

This menu allows you to software upgrade by USB.

Please choose the Upgrade via USB. S

And then, there will be a pop up message “Do you
Want to upgrade?“. If you want to upgrade the
software, please choose “OK” to start the upgrading.
When the software is successfully upgraded, the
receiver will be automatically rebooting.

** Warning **
Please do NOT power off until the receiver finish the
Software upgrading.

Changing Channel
1. Press the “OK” key to display the TV channel list,
and then select the desired channel.
2. Press the “▲ ▼” key on the remote control to
access the channels sequentially
3. Press the “Recall( )” key on the remote control
to return to the previous channel.
4. Enter the desired channel number using the
“0~9“ keys directly.
5. Press the “EXIT” key to hide the TV channel list.

Adjusting Volume
You can change the volume level of the current
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Press the “◀ ▶” key to change the audio volume
level. Press the “MUTE” key to turn the sound off.

Viewing Program Information

You can see the detailed information about the
current program (channel)’s properties. Press the
“INFO” key to view the detailed information during
the basic information is displayed. Press the “EXIT”
or “INFO” key to hide the detailed information.

Switching TV and Radio

Press the “TV/RADIO( )” key to switch between

the TV and Radio channel.

Sorting Channel List

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channel, you can get the simple channel list view.

Press the “Red” key, so you will see the submenu

listing the sorting orders.
Press “▲/▼” or ”◀/▶” key to select the desired sort
-ing order, and then press “OK” key.
You will see the channels in the sorting order that
you choose.

Viewing Program Guide

Press the “EPG” key, so you can see the program
guide screen.
The program guide displays the program information
about each channel, based on the date and time.
You can also use the Record and Timer function by
pressing the “Yellow(Timer)” key

Viewing Teletext
1. Press the "Teletext( )" key, so teletext service
data is displayed.
2. Select the page using the "0~9" keys(100~899).
3. Press the "EXIT"
EXIT or " Teletext( ))" key to return
to the previous screen.

PVR(Recording and Playing back)

You must connect an external hard disk drive (HDD) to
receiver to record or play back files by the PVR function.

1. Recording
Press the “Record(●)” key to record the current
When the recording starts, the record icon & info
bar is displayed for a while. To stop recording,
Stop(■)” key.
press the “Stop( key

2. Playing back
Fast Forward & Rewind during playback of the
recorded files, you can use the Fast Forward
& Rewind function keys in the RCU of 2X, 4X,
and 8X speed.

3 Step Forward & Step Rewind

During playback of the recorded files you can use
the Step Forward & Step Rewind function keys in
the RCU.


Problem Solution

Nothing appears on the Front Panel -. Check that the power cords are plugged into an electrical
No power supply outlet

-. Check the dish and adjust it

-. Check the cable connection and correct it
No Picture
-. Get out of the UHF mode
-. Check the channel and video output

-. Check the volume level of TV and receiver

No Sound
S -. Check
C the mute status off TV and receiver
-. Check the cable connection and correct it

-. Replace the batteries

Remote Control Unit does not work -. Aim the remote control unit directly to the receiver
-. Check that nothing blocks the front panel

-. Check the Conditional Access Module and smart card are

Service is not running or scramble correctly inserted or not and are appropriate for the current
channel (Please call your service provider or dealer)

-. Check the signal strength and signal quality in the menu

-. Check the LNB and replace the LNB if necessary
“No Signal” on the screen
-. Check the LNB cable
-. Check the dish and adjust it

You have forgotten your secret PIN

-. Contact your service provider or dealer

Input Connector IEC 169-24, Female
Input Frequency 950 ~ 2150MHz
RF Input Level -25 ~ -65dBm
LNB Power & Polarization 13.5/18V 500mA Max with overload protection
DiSEqC Control Version 1.0/1.2 compatible

Waveform QPSK
Symbol Rate 2 ~ 31Ms/s
Inner FEC 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 with constraint length k=7
Outer FEC Reed Solomon coding RS (204, 188, t=8)

Standard MPEG-4
Input Data Rate Up to 60Mbits/s

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Standard MPEG-2
H.264/AVC: HP@L4.0, MP@L4.0, 3.2
Input Bit Rate 1.5 ~ 15Mbits/s
Aspect Ratio 16:9 and 4:3
Active Pixel 720 pixels x 576 lines x 25 frames per sec. (PAL)
720 pixels x 480 lines x 30 frames per sec. (NTSC)
CVBS Output Level 1Vpp ± 3dB at 75Ω and 1KHz
RGB Output Level 0.7Vpp ± 10% at 75Ω
S/N under Unweight 60dB Min

Standard MPEG-II layer 1/2,
MPEG-4 HE-AAC V1L1, L2, V2 L2/L4
Mode Stereo, Joint Stereo, Mono and Dual Mono
Bandwidth 20Hz ~ 20KHz at -3dB
Output Level 3Vpp Max or 5dB Min at 1KHz
Output Impedance 600Ω

System Resources
FLASH Memory 8MBytes
DDR2 SDRAM 128MBytes

Audio/Video Ports
TV SCART Connector Supported (Option)
VCR SCART Connector Supported (Option)
Video (CVBS) 1 x RCA Jack
Video (Y, Pb, Pr) 3 x RCA Connectors (Option)
Audio 1 x RCA Jack
S/PDIF Optical (Option)
HDMI Up to 480p/576p/720p/1080i (Option)

Data Port
Connector DB-9 male
Date Rate Up to 115,200bits/s

Power Supply (Adaptor)

Input Range AC 90 ~ 250V
Power Consumption Max. 20W
Operation Frequency 50 ~ 60Hz
Separator Internal Fuse 2A and AC 250V

Environmental Condition
Operating Temperature 0 ~ 45 ℃
Storage Temperature -10 ~ +50 ℃
Operating Humidity Range 10 ~ 85% RH, Non-condensing
Storage Humidity Range 5 ~ 90% RH, Non-condensing

Size (W x L x H) 150mm x 133mm x 33mm
Weight Around 0.8Kg

Front Panel
Display Dual LED
Remote control input Infra-red Receiver
USB USB 2.0 Host (5V, 500mA Max)

Rear Panel
Tuner 2 x F-Type
Video/Audio 1 x RCA Jack
HDMI 1 x HDMI CConnector
RS-232 1 x RS-232 (9-pin D-sub male)
DC Power Jack +12V