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Back to : 5_4_ctech2100m_eng.pdf | Home Contents1. Introduction 2 1.1 Overview 1.2 Main Features2. Safety/Precautions 3 2.1 Safety 2.2 Precautions3. Points to Check before Use 5 3.1 Accessories4. Controls/Functions 6 4.1 Front Panel 4.2 Rear Panel 4.3 Remote controller5. How to Connect 106. Operation 11 6.1 Getting Started 6.2 System Setting 6.3 Channels 6.4 Electronic Program Guide 6.5 Games 6.6 System Information 6.7 Common Interface7. Troubleshooting 358. Specifications 36 1Introduction Safety/Precautions1.1 Overview 2.1 Safety This satellite receiver is designed for the reception of free-to-air and encrypted channels. Depending on your location, enjoy the rich choice of up to 5,000 different channels broadcasting a large range of programs: culture, sports, cinema, news, events, etc. This Be sure to read this user's manual before Do not touch the power cord with wet receiver is assembled with highly qualified electronic parts. starting the operation of the unit. hands as it may cause electric shock.1.2 Main Features MPEG-II Digital & fully DVB compliant. Supports 1 CAM of DVB Common Interface standard (Conax, Cryptoworks, Irdeto, NagraVision, SECA, Viaccess, BetaCrypt and etc) On-screen display with 256 color resolution. DiSEqC control Version 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and USALS compatible. Renameable 8 favorite channel groups. Never open the cover. It is very Place the unit in a well ventilated and Fast channel change less than 1 second. dangerous to touch the inside of the no-heat environment. Advanced Blind search function. unit due to possible electric shock. Powerful channel control by Favorites, Lock, Skip, Move and Delete. Channel sorting by Alphabet, Transponder and Scrambled. Multilingual language OSD & menu: English, Italian, Turkish, Arabic, Parsi, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch. Extended EPG and program reservation through EPG. Teletext by OSD/ VBI Supports multilingual subtitle Supports multilingual audio language Last channel memory function. When you do not use this unit for a A professional installation is required. Total 5,000 channels programmable. long time, make sure that power cord If reception is interrupted, contact your Advanced channel list menu is pulled out from the outlet. Also do local service centre. Multi satellite search not use a damaged power cord as it Games with stereo sounds may cause fire or electric shock. Software & channel database upgrade via RS-232C: PC to STB/ STB to STB Parental lock/ Installation Lock / Receiver Lock / Channel Lock / Lock Channel Confirm. Digital audio output [S/PDIF] Multi picture display Zoom function. Color adjustment function DiSEqC is a trademark of EUTELSAT 2 32.2 Precautions Points to Check before UseWhen installing the unit 3.1 Accessories Install the unit horizontally. An uneven Do not put heavy items such as a TV installation may cause the unit to be set on the unit. That may damage the The accessories below are included with this receiver: damaged. unit. User's manual : 1 Remote control : 1 al nu ma er's Us Do not leave the unit where the water Do not put water holding items such as drops or splashes. vases on the unit. Batteries (AAA type) : 2 If any of the above-listed accessories is missing, contact your sales representative. Do not install the unit: Moving the unit to a hot area from a Where it is subject to vibrations cold one will cause condensation. Where it is exposed to direct sunlight Do not operate the unit for one or two Where there is humidity hours or until it has dried completely. Where the temperature is too high or too low. Where there is no ventilation 3.2 The Satellite dish Your dish should be properly installed and azimuth and elevation must be precisely set up. This unit supports DiSEqC 1.2 and can work with a compatible antenna positioner. Ask your dealer for information. 4 5 4.2 Rear PanelControls/Functions 1 3 5 7 104.1 Front Panel 2 2 4 6 8 9 11 1 3 4 5 No. Name Connector Function 1 RF OUT UHF 21-69 IEC 169-2 male Output to TV 2 TV ANT IN IEC 169-2 female Input from terrestrial antenna 3 AUDIO L RCA cinch Left audio output 1 Power : Switches the receiver between `Standby' and `Power ON' modes. 4 AUDIO R RCA cinch Right audio output 2 Standby/Power on Indications Lamp : Flashes red light in `Standby' mode and 5 VIDEO RCA cinch Composite video output shows no light in `Power ON' mode. 6 S/PDIF RCA cinch Digital audio output 3 Indication Light : Flashes when a key on the Remote Control Unit (RCU) is pressed. 7 VCR/AUX SCART SCART CVBS Video Output 4 - 5 CH. / : To switch channels or change the cursor position on the CVBS, RGB Video Input application screen. Audio Output 8 TV SCART SCART CVBS, RGB Video Output Audio Output 9 RS-232C DB-9 Low speed serial port 10 LNB INPUT IEC 169-24 female IF input from LNB to digital tuner 11 LOOP OUT IEC 169-24 female IF loop-through output from digital tuner 6 74.3 Remote controller 4.3 Remote controller 1 POWER : To turn the receiver On/Off. 14 - 15 Left & Right : To change the volume level in non-menu mode and modify a 2 MUTE : To turn the sound On/Off. setting in menu mode. 1 2 3 Numeric Keys (0-9) : To enter numerical 16 OK : To show the Channel List in non- settings (such as channel numbers) menu mode and select an item or directly. confirm in menu mode. 3 4 INFO : To show information about the 17 TV/RADIO : To switch between TV and current program. Press twice to show Radio. 6 4 detail. 17 18 18 TV/SAT : To switch the TV output source 8 9 5 PAUSE : To pause the video. Press again 16 between the satellite input and the 12 to resume the video. UHF/VHF antenna input. 13 14 15 6 EPG : To show the TV/Radio program 10 19 RECALL(RED) : To move to the previous 7 5 guide. channel. Used for special functions in 11 7 GROUP : To change the channel 23 24 menu mode. groups(Satellites or favorite groups). 19 22 20 AUDIO(GREEN) : To show the Multi- 8 MENU : To enter or exit the main menu. 20 21 language audio track, the stereo-mono mode and subtitle information. Used for 9 EXIT : To exit from the present menu and special functions in menu mode. move to the previous menu. 21 TEXT(YELLOW) : To show the teletext 10 - 11 Double arrow UP/DOWN : To move contents if teletext is transmitted. Used for to the next or previous page when special functions in menu mode. many pages are available. 22 BLUE : To display multiple pictures. 12 - 13 Up & Down : To switch channels in 23 COLOR : To control the brightness, non-menu mode and move the cursor up/down in menu mode. contrast and color of a picture. 24 UHF : To adjust UHF channel. 8 9How to Connect OperationWhen Connecting the Receiver to a TV with RF connectors 6.1 Getting Started 1 Connect the TV antenna to TV ANT IN After your receiver is powered on, proceed with installation as follows : 2 Connect the RF-IN of the TV to RF-OUT 1) Menu Language Setting 3 Connect the Video and Audio of the TV to Video and Audio: connect the red Turn on your TV and receiver. and white connectors to Audio R and Audio L, and the yellow connector to Video The pop-up menu for language selection will appear.