TechniSat HDFV Freesat HD Digital Receiver. Owner s Manual

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1 TechniSat HDFV Freesat HD Digital Receiver Owner s Manual

2 Dear Customer, Welcome and thank you for choosing TechniSat Digital s HDFV Digital Freeview HD Receiver for your TV entertainment. This product has been designed and built to the highest standards of quality and reliability. We trust that you will find this digital satellite receiver easy to install and use. This Owner s manual is intended to ensure you gain the optimum experience by carefully explaining the comprehensive features and functions of your HDFV. With its wealth of functionality, we believe the HDFV will become an essential element of your home entertainment system. Best regards, TechniSat Digital 2

3 1 Contents 1 Contents Disposal Advice Safety advice When not in operation Connecting the Receiver Connection (a) External input (b) Connection to a TV (c and d) Connection to a VCR or DVD Recorder (e) Audio connection to Hi-Fi or surround sound system (f) The receiver front and back panel Remote Control Everyday Use Switching on and off Changing channels Using the channel up/down keys Using the numeric keys Volume control TV/Radio switching Access Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Movie playback Music playback Picture viewer Optional features using the tick key Additional programme information Quickly setting a timer in the EPG Getting Help Initial Installation (AutoInstall) AV Output Screen format Antenna Configuration Programme information banner Navigator Status Channel Information

4 Audio/Video CA (Conditional Access) Programme information NAV Menu MPEG Movie Player Playing an MPEG movie Pause/Play movie Fast Forward and Rewind movie Audio Track selection Zoom Stop movie playback Exit movie playback PVR Getting Started Formatting Scheduled Timer Recording Manual Timer Setting the Timer using the EPG Timer Conflicts Live Pause/Record Functionality whilst Recording Playback Control Keys Rewind Stop Play/Pause Fast Forward Timeshift Bookmarks Media Organiser Own records editing Music/Picture/Movie organisers MP3 Music Player Activating the Music Player Choosing an MP3 file or playing from a folder Creating and playing a music playlist Accessing MP3 track information

5 14.5 Skipping titles/tracks Playing an MP3 file Pausing a track Fast Forward and Rewind Repeat Randomise (Shuffle) Stop playing a track Exit music player Picture Viewer Activating the Picture Viewer To view a picture or choose from a folder Creating and viewing a picture playlist Show next/previous picture Slideshow Pause/Play slideshow Show next/previous picture in slideshow Adjusting slideshow speed Stop slideshow Exit picture viewer Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Guide Menu EPG Grid Viewing channels and programmes Scrolling through programmes in the grid Scrolling through the channels in the grid Viewing programme information Viewing a different day in the schedule EPG Overview List EPG Programme List Viewing the programme channel list Changing channel in the programme list EPG Genres Changing genres EPG Search New search for a programme using the keyboard View a previous search Timer Ways to set a timer

6 17.2 Main Menu Timer Organiser Timer overview New video recorder timer New channel change timer New wake up timer Timer settings Timer Menu in the EPG Creating a new timer in the EPG Editing a timer in the EPG Deleting a timer in the EPG Timer Conflicts Main menu How to navigate the menus Channel Search Automatic channel search Manual channel search Settings Parental control Basic Settings Picture settings Sound Settings Antenna configuration Special Functions System configuration Service settings Timer organiser TV lists organiser Viewing a Favourite list Creating a new Favourites list and Adding channels Removing channels from a TV list Sorting channels in a TV list Setting Parental control Radio lists organiser Recording Media Organiser Media Organiser Menu Language Diagnostics

7 19 Troubleshooting Guide The receiver display is blank Glitching picture or sound No sound No signal is displayed on screen Channel not available is displayed on screen Remote control unit does not work External storage device is not accessible Cannot access files on PC in LAN mode Cannot access files on PC in WLAN mode Unresolved problems Main Menu Structure

8 2 Disposal Advice The packaging for your unit consists entirely of recyclable material. Please sort the items appropriately for disposal via your local waste disposal system. This product cannot be disposed of at the end of its useful life along with standard household refuse. It must be taken to a collection point designated for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. This is indicated by the symbol below which appears on the product and packaging materials. Please ensure that used remote control batteries are not included with household refuse and are disposed of in the appropriate manner for hazardous waste. 8

9 3 Safety advice For your own protection, please read the safety instructions carefully before commencing operation of your new unit. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for damage caused by inappropriate operation, or by non-compliance with safety precautions. > To ensure sufficient ventilation, position the device on a flat, even surface and do not place any objects on the lid of the device. Also ensure that there is 5 cm clearance above the device. > Do not place any burning objects, such as burning candles, on top of the unit. > Do not subject the unit to water spray or droplets, and do not place any objects filled with liquid, e.g. vases, on top of the unit. > The unit may only be operated in a temperate climate. > Never open the receiver housing. You will be in danger of receiving an electric shock. Any necessary repairs should be carried out only by qualified service personnel. In the following cases, you should disconnect the unit from the mains power supply, and consult a qualified technician: o the mains cable or the mains plug is damaged o o o the unit was exposed to liquid, or liquid has run into the unit in case of significant malfunction in case of severe external damage 3.1 When not in operation During an electrical storm, or when the unit will not be used for a lengthy period of time (e.g. while you are on holiday), disconnect the unit from the mains power supply. 9

10 4 Connecting the Receiver 4.1 Connection (a) > After you have made all connections in accordance with the following points, connect the receiver using the enclosed power adaptor to a mains socket. 4.2 External input (b) > Connect the coaxial cable from the external aerial to the aerial input of the receiver. 4.3 Connection to a TV (c and d) > Connect the receiver HDMI output and TV HDMI input using an HDMI cable. Select the correct AV channel on your TV. Alternatively: > Use a SCART cable to connect the receiver to the SCART socket on your TV. If your TV is appropriately equipped, it will automatically switch to the correct AV source when the receiver is switched on. 10

11 4.4 Connection to a VCR or DVD Recorder (e) > With receiver connected to the TV with the HDMI cable, the SCART socket can be used to connect to a VCR or DVD recorder. The VCR or DVD recorder can then be connected to the TV using another SCART cable for playing back recordings. 4.5 Audio connection to Hi-Fi or surround sound system (f) > Connect either the analogue or digital audio output of the receiver to the appropriate input on a Hi-Fi or surround sound system. 11

12 5 The receiver front and back panel 12

13 6 Remote Control Mute On / Standby Keypad Back Option Function keys Arrow keys OK Exit EPG Channel change up (+) / down (-) MENU Digital Text Audio Description Rewind Stop Information (i) TV / Radio mode Volume up (+) / down (-) Record Subtitles Fast forward Play / Pause 13

14 7 Everyday Use The following sections explain basic operation of the receiver using the remote control and front panel features. 7.1 Switching on and off > Press the On/Standby key either on the receiver or the remote control to switch the receiver on. > Press the same key again to switch the receiver off, and put the receiver into standby mode. 7.2 Changing channels There are various ways to change channels: Using the channel up/down keys > Use the channel up/down keys on the remote control or on the receiver to move up or down the list one channel at a time. > Press the Back key on the remote control to take you back to the last channel selected Using the numeric keys > Press the numeric keys to enter the desired channel number. > Please note: When entering a channel number consisting of several digits, you have approx. 3 seconds after pressing each number to complete the entry. If you wish to enter a number consisting of only one or two digits, you can speed up the switching procedure by holding the key down on the last digit. 7.3 Volume control > Adjust the volume of your receiver using the Volume + key to increase the volume, and Volume to decrease the volume. > Press the Mute key to switch the sound on or off. 14

15 7.4 TV/Radio switching > Press the TV/Radio button to switch between TV and Radio operation. 7.5 Access Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) > Press the guide key on the remote control. > The Electronic Programme Guide then appears on the screen. The channels you have selected, or those of the factory default settings, will be shown with their current programmes. You can also use the EPG function to obtain information on the contents of various programmes. In addition, you may use the EPG functions to select a particular programme, to pre-select a programme, or to set a timer for a programme. > Press the exit key to return to normal operation. > See section 16 for full details of using the EPG. 7.6 Movie playback With your receiver you can play back MPEG movies on a USB device or networked PC. > Press the OK key to enter the Navigator and press the blue key to access the NAV menu select Movies from the menu using the OK key. > Please see section 12 for full details of using the MPEG movie player. 7.7 Music playback With your receiver you can play back files in MP3 format on a USB device or networked PC. > Press the OK key to enter the Navigator and press the blue key to access the NAV menu - select Music from the menu using the OK key. 15

16 > Please see section 13 for full details of using the MP3 music player. 7.8 Picture viewer With your receiver, you can display files in JPEG format on a USB device or networked PC. > Press the OK key to enter the Navigator and press the blue key to access the NAV menu - select Pictures from the menu using the OK key. > Please see section 15 for full details of using the Picture viewer. 7.9 Optional features using the tick key The tick key on the remote control helps you access extra optional features in certain situations. These are documented where applicable in this manual. Extra features are listed below: Additional programme information When you change channels, an information box will be displayed briefly, showing the channel and the name of the programme selected. In addition, other programme properties will be indicated, such as subtitles, widescreen broadcasts and dolby digital. If a TV broadcast is available in multiple languages or with multiple audio channels, or if multiple radio channels are available on a single radio station, this will be displayed on the screen. You may then proceed as follows to select a different language or a different audio channel: > Press the tick key. A list will now be displayed on screen, indicating the languages currently available. > Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the desired language or the desired radio station and confirm by pressing the OK key. You may now listen to the programme in the language selected. Your receiver is also equipped to receive monaural programmes. > Use the left/right arrow keys to select between Mono channel 1, Mono channel 2 and stereo. 16

17 > Press the blue key to toggle through the different screen picture formats. > Press the tick key to access the subtitle menu to switch subtitles on or off. You can select either analogue subtitles or digital subtitles Quickly setting a timer in the EPG When in the EPG, and having selected either Programme or Overview mode via the Guide menu on the blue button, you can use the tick key to quickly set a timer: > Press the tick key to toggle between a Channel Change Timer (a bell image), a Wake Up Timer (shown in blue) and Video Recorder Timer (shown in red with a video tape image in black) Getting Help If you need additional help while using the menus or using a receiver function then you can usually access a help page by pressing the blue function key. Help can also be accessed via Help menu options on menus, where applicable. 17

18 8 Initial Installation (AutoInstall) When switching on the unit for the first time, a welcome screen will be displayed, with the installation assistant AutoInstall. > Press the green or the OK key to start the auto installation process. At any point you can press the red key to go back to the previous step in the installation procedure. NOTE: If you do not go through the steps for searching for channels there will be no channels available until you use the menu options to scan for channels. See section 18.2 for details. 8.1 AV Output The AV Output step screen allows you to specify whether your TV is connected via SCART or HDMI. 18

19 > The receiver defaults to SCART mode. > To specify your AV output type move the highlight with your remote control arrow keys, and press green or OK to confirm. > When HDMI mode is selected, the receiver tests the HDMI connection. When it reports back that the test was successful, the settings must then be accepted by pressing the OK key. 19

20 8.2 Screen format The Screen format step allows you to specify your TV screen format (aspect ratio) to either normal 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen format. > To specify your TV screen format move the highlight with your arrow keys, and press green or OK to confirm. 8.3 Antenna Configuration The Antenna Configuration screen allows you to turn on power to an indoor active antenna. 20

21 > Choose yes to provide power to an indoor active antenna or no when connected to an external antenna. > Press green or OK to accept. > The receiver will now search for available services. > When all channels are found, you will see the completion screen, as shown below: 21

22 > Press the green or the OK key to complete the installation, and start using your receiver. 22

23 9 Programme information banner > You can access programme information when you press the i key while tuned to a channel. This will display a programme information banner. When you change channel, the information banner will also briefly be displayed. To change the length of time the banner remains visible see section The following information is displayed on the banner: > A yellow/grey bar displaying time remaining for the current programme. > The broadcast date and start and end times. > The current time. > The name of the programme > The type of programme list TV or Radio. > The channel name. > The channel number. > The ear symbol indicates the availability of DVB subtitles. > The int symbol indicates the availability of interactive services. 23

24 > The AD symbol indicates the availability of Audio Description subtitles e.g. for a phone ring on a programme, the audio description subtitle would be phone rings. > The aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9) of the current programme will briefly be displayed in the bottom right of the bar. While the Programme information banner is visible, the following options are possible: > Press the OK key to switch to the channel currently displayed in the programme information banner. > Press the i key again to see further information about a programme, as shown below: > Pressing the i key again (while extended programme info is displayed) will display information on the following programme, as shown below: 24

25 > To close the Programme information banner press the exit key. 25

26 10 Navigator The navigator gives a quick way of selecting a channel. > Press the OK key to activate the Navigator. The channel you are currently viewing will be highlighted, as shown below: The following options are available while the Navigator is visible: > Press the OK key to tune to the currently highlighted channel. > Use the up/down arrow keys to move the highlight to a new channel. > Use the left/right arrow keys to jump a page of channels at a time. > Press the i key to view information about the current programme. Press i or the yellow key to close the information panel and return to the Navigator. > Press the tick key to choose a channel list from the dropdown menu, to filter the available channels displayed in the Navigator. > Press the yellow Status key to see detailed technical information on the channel you are watching. See section 10.1 for more details. > Press the blue key to display the NAV Menu. See section 11 for details. > Press the exit key to return to your programme without tuning to a channel. 26

27 10.1 Status On pressing the yellow Status key, various screens provide information on the channel, audio/video, conditional access and the programme. The following options are available: > Press the red key to view Channel information. See section for more details. > Press the green key to view Audio/Video information. See section for more details. > Press the yellow key to view Conditional Access (CA) information. See section for more details. > Press the blue key to view Programme information. See section for more details. > Press the back key to return to the Navigator. See above, section 10 for details. The four status screens are described below: Channel Information This screen displays technical information on the current channel Audio/Video 27

28 This screen displays audio and video information about the current channel CA (Conditional Access) This screen displays Conditional Access (CA) information if applicable Programme information This screen contains technical information about the current programme. 28

29 11 NAV Menu The NAV Menu s main function enables use of the receiver s multimedia features, as well as allowing you to switch between TV and radio channels. > To access the NAV Menu, press the blue key when in the Navigator. > When the Navigator is active, use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through the menu options and press the OK key to select one of the following: NAV Menu > TV displays the current channel list. See 10 for details. > Radio displays the first radio channel in the radio channel list. > Movies / PVR displays the MPEG movie player (See 12) and PVR (See 13). > Music displays the MP3 music player. See 14 for details. > Pictures displays the picture viewer. See 15 for details. > Help Displays the help page. 29

30 12 MPEG Movie Player With your receiver, you can play MPEG movie files on a device connected via the USB socket or a networked PC Playing an MPEG movie > Press the blue key to open the NAV Menu. > Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the Movies option and confirm by pressing the OK key. > A list showing the movie files and folders available will be displayed. > Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the movie or folder containing the desired movie and confirm by pressing the OK key. > Use the up/down arrow keys to select from the list of MPEG files which you wish to play and confirm with the OK key. The selected movie will now start playing Pause/Play movie > To halt the playback of a recording (still picture), during playback, press the Play/Pause key. The word "Pause >II" will be displayed on screen. > Press the Play/Pause key again to restart the playback from the same position Fast Forward and Rewind movie To access a specific section of a movie, variable speed Fast Forward and Rewind functions are available. > During playback, press the Fast Forward or Rewind key. The display indicates Forward >> or Rewind <<. The recording will now be run at 4 normal speed in the desired direction. > Press the Fast Forward or Rewind key again and the speed increases to 16. The display indicates Forward >>> or Rewind <<<. 30

31 > Press the Fast Forward or Rewind key again and the speed increases to 64. The display indicates Forward >>>> or Rewind <<<<. > Once the desired portion of the recording has been reached, you can access normal playback by pressing the Play/Pause key again Audio Track selection > Press the tick key to show the Audio menu. Use arrow keys to select an audio track in the MPEG movie to play and press the OK key. The menu will disappear and the movie will continue to play Zoom > Press the tick key. A Zoom mode text will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. > Press the blue Zoom key to toggle through the various screen zoom factors. > Press the OK key to confirm the zoom mode and return to playing the movie in full-screen Stop movie playback > To stop movie playback, press the Stop, Back or OK key Exit movie playback > Press the Exit key to return to normal TV/Radio channels. 31

32 13 PVR The PVR provides the following features: > Record TV programmes to external hard disk drive or USB memory stick > Pause live TV > Instant record > Timeshift > Scheduled recording > Multiple event recording for regular programmes > Editing of recorded programmes > Record a live programme while watching a recorded programme > Record a live programme while playing music, movies or pictures from other external storage or a networked PC Please note: 1. It is not possible to watch one channel while recording another. 2. Recordings can only be played back on the HDFV unit on which they were recorded. 3. Timers must not be set to occur less than 5 minutes after the unit has been placed in standby. This is to ensure that the unit comes out of standby correctly when the timer is due Getting Started External storage devices must be specially formatted before they can be used Formatting > Connect your external hard disk to one of the USB ports. > Press the Menu key on the remote control and select Recording media organiser -> Filesystem Format as shown below: 32

33 > To begin the formatting of your USB device or external hard disk choose OK in the popup confirmation box and press OK to start formatting: When formatting is complete your device will be ready to record TV programmes Scheduled Timer Recording Recordings can be scheduled using Timers which can be set manually or through the EPG. Both methods allow the user to set up multiple event timers so that programmes that are broadcast regularly can be recorded each time. For further details relating to timers and timer management see section 33

34 Manual Timer > Press the Menu key on the remote control and select Timer organiser > New hard disk timer > On selecting New hard disk timer you will be presented with the following screen: > A drop down menu allows the selection of the required channel. 34

35 > There is also a drop down menu to choose between channel lists TV master list and Favourites lists. > Use the arrow keys to select the desired channel and press OK. > Use the arrow keys to select the other options. > Enter the Date, Start and Stop details for the required TV programme. > Repeat allows you set up multiple recording events as follows: o 1x = Single event o D = Record every day o 1W = Record every week o 1-5 = Record only on weekdays o 6-7 = Record only on weekends > Confirm and save the Timer by press the green Accept key Setting the Timer using the EPG > Press the Guide key on the remote control. Timers can be set in all EPG views available with the blue key the following shows the Grid view. 35

36 > Highlight the programme you would like to record and press the red Timer key to bring up the Timer menu and select New hard disk timer. > The timer is shown with the details of the selected programme. > Repeat allows you set up multiple recording events as follows: o 1x = Single event o D = Record every day o 1W = Record every week 36

37 o 1-5 = Record only on weekdays o 6-7 = Record only on weekends > Confirm the timer by highlighting Accept and pressing the OK key. > A symbol is displayed with the selected programme in the EPG to indicate it is due to be recorded Timer Conflicts > Only one channel can be recorded at any one time, so if an attempt is made to schedule events that clash, the following error message is shown: 37

38 > After pressing OK, the user is presented with the Timer overview screen in order to edit or delete the timer entries Live Pause/Record In the event that you are interrupted whilst watching a TV programme it is possible to pause the live programme and return to it later. Alternatively, you can also instantly start a recording. > Press the Play/Pause key to pause the TV programme. The picture will freeze but the live broadcast will be recorded in the background. Whilst paused, an icon will be displayed in the top right corner of the screen as follows: > Press the Play/Pause key again when you wish to resume watching the TV programme and it will play from the point at which it was paused meaning you will not miss anything. > Alternatively, press the Stop key and you will be given the following options: 38

39 o Store Add the recorded section to your recordings and return to live programming. o Discard Delete the recorded section and return to live programming. o Back Return without any changes. > The programming is recorded while it is being broadcast and added to your recordings. > As with live pause, if you press the Stop key you will be given the options above Functionality whilst Recording > In order to avoid recordings being cancelled or corrupted accidentally, the functionality during recording limits the actions of the user. > If the user tries to access the EPG, the Menu or attempts to change channel the Store, Discard, Back screen will be presented Playback You can access hard disk recordings using the PVR navigator. > During normal operation, press the OK key and press the green PVR key or access the NAV menu by pressing the blue key. 39

40 > Either select Movies/PVR from the NAV menu or access your recordings directly using the green PVR key. > Select a programme by using the arrow keys and a preview of your recorded TV will start playing in the screen window. > Press OK to play any selected recording in full-screen mode. > The recording will start to play. 40

41 13.5 Control Keys > The control keys allow the following functions: o Rewind (see ) o Stop (see ) o Play/Pause (see ) o Fast Forward (see ) Rewind > Press the Rewind key and the recording will rewind at 4x the normal speed and Rewind with an arrow will be displayed in the top right of the screen. > If you press Rewind again, the recording will rewind at 16x the normal speed. Press again for 32x normal speed. > The faster speeds will be indicated by more arrows in the top right of the screen. > Pressing Rewind again after 32x allows the recording to advance in 10 minute intervals Stop > Press the Stop key to end playback and the receiver will return to normal operation Play/Pause > To pause the recording during playback, press the Play/Pause key. > The picture will freeze and a pause icon will be displayed in the top right of the screen. > To resume playback, press the Play/Pause key again Fast Forward > To fast forward, press the Fast Forward key. 41

42 > The operation is the same as for rewind but in the opposite direction Timeshift The PVR functionality allows the user to Timeshift programmes. > While a programme is being recorded press the OK key to access the PVR navigator. > A symbol next to last programme in the list indicates that it is currently being recorded: > Press the OK key to view the live recording. > Press the tick key to access the PVR bookmarks menu. 42

43 > Use the arrow keys to play the recording from the start, current or live positions Bookmarks The recordings can have bookmarks inserted to allow you to jump to particular sections of the programme during playback. See 13.8 Media Organiser for details of how to create bookmarks. In order to go to a bookmark during playback, press the tick key on the remote control > To go to a bookmark during playback, press the tick key on the remote control. 43

44 > Use the arrow keys on the remote control to select a bookmark and press OK. > The recorded video will jump to the time position of the bookmark Media Organiser You can manage your recordings and other multimedia using the Media Organiser. > Press the Menu key and select Media organiser. 44

45 Own records editing > The Own records editing function can also be accessed via the navigator and presents the following screen: > The colour keys allow recordings to be deleted, locked or edited. o o o Delete select a recording and press the red key to delete. Lock (padlock icon) select a recording and press the green key to lock it so that it cannot be deleted or edited. This will be indicated by an icon next to the recording. Edit mode press the yellow key to enter the Edit mode which is described in the next section (see ) Edit mode > To enter Edit mode, press the yellow key. > To access the menu of options press the green key as shown below: 45

46 > The following actions are available from within the edit menu: o Set bookmark place a bookmark within a recording so that playback can be started at this point or to allow one of the other operations as detailed below. o Go to bookmark start playback from bookmark in the preview window. o Delete range mark a section of the recording between bookmarks to be deleted as shown below: o Copy range mark a section of the recording between bookmarks to be copied and listed as a new recording, as shown below: o Rename record rename a selected recording. o Scale up video scales the current recording to play at a larger size, to assist you in finding sections of the recording you may want to edit Music/Picture/Movie organisers The other options in the Media organiser menu allow the management of Music, Pictures and Movies. The Movie organiser is described here but the functions are the same for the other media types. 46

47 > Use the arrow keys to select Movie organiser and press the OK key. > This screen shows multimedia content on two external storage devices. These could be any external storage devices, including a networked PC. > Press the blue function key to open the organiser menu. > Selecting one of these options changes the function of the yellow key. The options available are: o o o o o o o Copy allows recordings or other media to be copied to another storage device. For example media stored on a USB memory stick could be copied to a networked PC or in this case TV recordings can be archived on other storage devices. Please note that TV recordings can only be stored on other devices they must be copied back to the formatted hard disk drive for playback. Move move a media file or folder to another external storage device. Delete deletes the selected media file or folder. Preview plays the media in a screen preview window. Select allows you to select multiple files or folders, to then carry out other file operations. Rename enables the name of the media file or folder to be changed. New Directory allows you to create a new file folder on the selected media storage device. 47

48 14 MP3 Music Player The MP3 Music Player enables the receiver to play back MP3 music files on a USB device or networked PC Activating the Music Player > Connect your USB device or PC containing your MP3 files to the receiver. > Press OK, then press Blue for the NAV Menu and choose Music from the list Choosing an MP3 file or playing from a folder > If there are multiple devices connected to the receiver, use the up/down arrow keys and OK to select the source from which you wish to play back the MP3 files. > Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the desired MP3 file from the list on your storage device and confirm by pressing the OK key. If your mp3 file is contained within a folder, press OK on the folder to open it and find the desired mp3 file. 48

49 > The mp3 file selected will now start to play. Thereafter, any other files located on the same source medium will be played automatically Creating and playing a music playlist > To create a playlist, navigate to your desired folder and list of mp3 tracks. > Highlight a track you want to add to your playlist and press the Playlist+ green key to add a track. Tracks can be contained within multiple folders. > When you have finished creating your playlist, press the tick key and then choose Playlists and press OK from the menu. 49

50 > Select your connected device and press the OK key. > Highlight the file called Playlist.pls and press the OK key and inside you will see the tracks you have selected. > While viewing a playlist, you can delete any tracks you don t want by pressing the Playlist- green key. > You can then play any of these tracks as normal by pressing the OK key 14.4 Accessing MP3 track information > While the mp3 track is playing, you can press the i key to display further information about the selected track (providing its title is included in the ID3 tag). > Press this i key again to close the information screen Skipping titles/tracks > Press the up/down arrow keys to skip forwards or backwards and play the next/previous mp3 track. Thereafter, any remaining files located on the same source medium will be played automatically Playing an MP3 file > Press the Play/Pause to play any highlighted mp3 track Pausing a track > Press the Play/Pause key to pause playback of the current track. > Press the Play/Pause key again to resume playing the file from this position. 50

51 14.8 Fast Forward and Rewind > Press Fast Forward or Rewind during playback to advance or rewind the track. To increase the speed press the forward/rewind key several times normal speed >> or <<, faster >>> or <<<, double >>>> or <<<<, and the top setting, jumps forwards/backwards in 10 minute intervals. > Once the desired place has been reached, you can access normal playback mode by pressing the Play/Pause key Repeat Repeat mode allows you to repeat a track or folder of tracks: > To activate repeat mode, press the tick key, while playing a music track. > The repeat mode will be displayed on-screen as you press the tick key multiple times. > The modes are: o Repeat: Off switches off repeat o Repeat: Directory repeats all files in the current folder. o Repeat: Title repeats current title Randomise (Shuffle) Randomise (Shuffle) mode allows random playback of more than one track in a folder. > While a track is playing, to activate randomise mode, press the tick key, while Repeat: Directory mode is active. When randomise is on, you will see the message Randomise: on displayed on-screen. > Press the tick key again to switch off randomise, and the display will change to Randomise: off. 51

52 14.11 Stop playing a track > Press the Stop key to cease playing a track Exit music player > Press the Exit key to stop playing music and return to TV/Radio channels. 52

53 15 Picture Viewer The picture viewer on your receiver allows you to display JPEG images on a USB device or networked PC Activating the Picture Viewer > Connect your USB device or PC containing your JPEG image files to the receiver. > Press OK, then press Blue for the NAV Menu and choose Pictures from the list To view a picture or choose from a folder > Use the up/down arrow keys to select the source device from which you wish to view the picture files, and confirm by pressing the OK key. A list of picture files available will be displayed. > Use the up/down arrow keys as applicable to highlight the folder which contains the desired image file and confirm by pressing the OK key. > Use the up/down arrow keys to select the JPG image you want to view. A preview of the highlighted image is displayed in the screen display. 53

54 > To view the picture at full-screen press the OK key. > While viewing a picture at full-size, you can return to the picture viewer list by pressing the OK key or the back key Creating and viewing a picture playlist > To create a picture playlist, select pictures using the up/down arrows keys and press Playlist+ on the green key. A file called Picture.plp will be created. > When you have finished creating your playlist, press the tick key and then choose Playlists from the menu. > Select your connected device and press the OK key. > Highlight the file called Picture.plp and press the OK key and inside you will see the images you have selected. > While viewing a playlist, you can delete any images you don t want by pressing the Playlist- green key. > You can then view any of these images as normal by pressing the OK key 54

55 15.4 Show next/previous picture > Press the up/down arrow keys to skip to the next or previous picture. > Press left/right arrow keys to skip forwards/backwards a page of images at a time Slideshow It is possible to view images in the form of a slideshow. This function allows images to be shown automatically one after the other on the screen. > Use the up/down arrow keys and Ok to navigate to the list of pictures you want to show in a slideshow. > Press the yellow Slideshow key to start the slideshow. All the images in a folder or playlist are automatically played one after the other, starting with the highlighted image. > Press OK or the back key to end the slideshow Pause/Play slideshow > Press the Play/Pause key to pause the slideshow. This is indicated by the word Pause on the display. > Press the Play/Pause key again to resume the slideshow Show next/previous picture in slideshow > Press the up/down arrow keys to skip to the next or previous picture more quickly Adjusting slideshow speed > Press the left/right arrow keys to adjust the image changeover speed in increments between 5 and 100 seconds. > Please note: for large files and short interval times, it may be impossible to display all of the images in the time allowed. If the specified image changeover time is too short for the images, the picture will be displayed after it has finished being read. 55

56 Stop slideshow > Press the Stop, Back or the OK key to stop the slideshow and return to the list of picture files Exit picture viewer > Press the Exit key to return to TV/Radio channels. 56

57 16 Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) The EPG shows an 8 day programme schedule for all channels and provides various ways to view this information. > Press the guide key to display the EPG. When you press the guide key the EPG will default to Grid view, as shown below: The EPG allows you to view programmes and channels in three main ways: > Grid The default view, showing a grid of channels and programmes. > Programme A list of programmes for each channel. > Overview A quick summary of what is on now, next and later, for a list of channels. For descriptions of the various EPG views and associated functions available see the following sections below: 16.1 Guide Menu The Guide Menu changes the EPG viewing mode. 57

58 Depending on the EPG viewing mode you are in; Grid, Programme or Overview, the Guide Menu will be contextual, displaying appropriate options for that view. > Press the blue Guide menu key to access the menu while in the EPG and a popup menu will appear. Use the up/down arrow keys and the OK key to select an option. > Press the Exit or TV/Radio key at any time to exit the EPG and return to the channel. The full range of EPG menu options is as follows: > Grid displays the EPG Grid view. See section 16.2 for details. > Overview displays the EPG Overview view. See section 16.3 for details. > Programme displays the EPG Programme view. See section 16.4 for details. > Genres displays a list of programmes and channels by genre. See section 16.5 for details. > Search displays the search screen. See section 16.6 for details. > Help displays a help screen EPG Grid Viewing channels and programmes The EPG Grid displays a grid of channels in the schedule. 58

59 Scrolling through programmes in the grid > The highlight defaults to show the current programme. Use the left/right arrow keys to navigate later on in the channel schedule. A summary of programme information, genre, including start and end times is displayed at the top of the screen. > Press the green key to jump 2 hours earlier in the schedule. > Press the yellow key to jump 2 hours later in the schedule Scrolling through the channels in the grid > Use the up/down arrow keys to move the highlight up and down the channel list. Scrolling at the top and bottom of the table will reveal more channels Viewing programme information > Press the i key to view full information on the currently selected programme. > Press i, green or the exit key to close the info screen and return to the channel grid Viewing a different day in the schedule > Press the number 1 key to see what is on now (and the rest of the current day) on the currently selected channel. > To view the schedule for the remaining 7 days, press the number keys EPG Overview List The EPG Overview mode displays a vertical list of channels and the current programme on now, next or in the future for each of those channels. By default, the current channel and programme on NOW will be displayed first. A yellow bar to the left of each programme indicates the progress of each programme. 59

60 > Use the up/down arrow keys to scroll through different channels and press the OK key to switch to the highlighted channel. > Use the left/right arrow keys to scroll a page of channels at a time. > Press the yellow key to see what programme is on NEXT. The time remaining bar is replaced by the start and end time of the programme. > To advance to programmes later in the channel schedule, press the yellow (MORE) key repeatedly. 60

61 > Press the i key to view further information about each programme. Press the i, OK, or green Back key to return to the EPG Overview. > Press the green Programme key to switch to EPG Programme view (see below for details) EPG Programme List The EPG Programme TV List provides a quick view of the list of programmes for every channel. The list highlight will default to the current programme broadcasting on the current channel. A yellow bar shows the progress of each programme. 61

62 Viewing the programme channel list Moving the highlight down the Programme List will eventually change the day and allow you to scroll through 8 days of listings. > Press the up/down arrow keys to scroll through each programme in the list. > Press the left/right arrow keys to scroll up or down a page of channels at a time. > Press i or the OK key to see programme information Changing channel in the programme list > Press the yellow Programmes key to display a list of channels on the left. > Press the up/down arrow keys to navigate the channel list. The list of programmes for each highlighted channel will be displayed on the right panel. > Press the left/right arrow keys to scroll a page of channels at a time. > Press the OK key to view the programme list for the currently selected channel. The channel list will close and the new list of programmes for your chosen channel will be displayed. See section above for details of viewing the programme list. 62

63 > To return to the normal programme list, without changing a channel, press the yellow key. The channel list will close and the view will return to the normal list of programmes EPG Genres The EPG Genres view allows you to view channels and programmes within a chosen genre. The following options are available: > Use up/down arrow keys to scroll through the channel list. > Use left/right arrow keys to scroll a page, up or down, at a time. > Press the i key to view programme information. Press again to return to Genre view. > Press the yellow Genres key to change genre. See section below for details: Changing genres This screen allows you to view the EPG TV list by genre. 63

64 The following options are available: > Use up/down arrow keys and the OK key to select a genre on the left panel. The list on the right will display a list of programmes in that chosen genre. > Press OK or the yellow Genres key to view the default genres channel list. See section 16.5 above for details EPG Search The popup EPG Menu provides a search facility so you can find occurrences of a specific programme or channel in the programme guide across a full 8 days. If you have any existing searches in the list, the following options are 64

65 available: > Use the up/down arrow keys and the OK key to select New search to start a new search. See section for details. > Press red Delete key to remove a previously saved search from the list. > Press the green Edit Mode key to edit an existing search. See section for details of using the keypad to edit the search term. > Press the yellow Select search key to view a search list. See section for details. > Press the blue Guide menu to display the popup menu. See section 16 for details. If there are already existing searches available you can also: > Press the up/down arrow keys to scroll through the list. > Press the OK key to view everything in a search list New search for a programme using the keyboard If there are no previous searches saved and this is your first search, a keyboard will appear as shown below: The current programme you have highlighted in any of the EPG views (Grid, Programme and Overview) will be displayed by default in the search field. This allows you to search quickly for other occurrences in the 65

66 schedule as follows: > Press the green Accept key when you have typed your search term to start searching the programme schedule. The keyboard will close and a list of all occurrences of your programme will be displayed after the search is complete. If you want to key in your own programme or channel to search for then you have the following options: > Use the arrow keys to move the highlight around the keyboard. > Press the OK key to select the highlighted character and it will be displayed in the field above. > Press the red Delete key to delete a single character from the current search term displayed in the search field. > Press the yellow Upper Case/Lower Case key to switch the keyboard to upper case. Press the yellow key to toggle the keyboard between lower and uppercase mode. > Press the blue key to reveal an extended range of characters. > Press the back key to close the search keyboard and return to the Search List. > Press the green Accept key when you have entered your search term to activate the search query View a previous search If you save a previous search you can then scroll through this list. > Press the OK or yellow Select search key to view all the occurrences of a programme search. All the programmes in the chosen search group will be displayed. From this view the following options are available: > Press the red Timer key to access timer functions on a programme in your search query, as you would using any EPG view. See section 17 for details of how to set timers. > Press the green Edit Mode key to edit the search query, similar to a new search query. See section

67 > Press the yellow Select search key to switch back to the normal search view where you can select a previous search. Pressing the yellow key toggles between these two modes. > Press the blue Guide menu key to activate the popup menu. See section 16.1 for details. 67

68 17 Timer The Timer menu provides functions to set various timers Ways to set a timer There are various ways to set a timer in the receiver: > Via the Main Menu. See section 17.2 for details. > Via the EPG. See section 17.3 for details. > Via the Programme information banner. See section 9 for details Main Menu Timer Organiser This menu allows you to set and edit timers. The timer features here are the same as those on the Timer popup menu in the EPG, but they allow you to edit all fields. To access the timer menu: > Press the menu key and select Timer organiser from the menu with the up/down arrow and the OK key. The following timer options are available: > Timer overview allows you to manage existing timers and set the three types of timer. See section for details. 68

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