9780S.pdf

Nokia Mediamaster 9780 S

Ten model Nokii był produkowany dla skandynawskiej platformy VIASAT. Ma wbudowany Viaccess i 1x czytnik kart dla tego systemu, nie ma gniazda dla modułów CI. W Polsce będziesz miał FTA a jeżeli skorzystasz z karty PIC + eeprom odbierzesz to co jest dostępne w Viaccess 1, nic więcej. Nie ma do niej żadnego softu zwiększającego jej możliwości, nie wychodzą też żadne upgade firmowane przez Nokię. W załączniku instrukcja obsługi.


Owner's Manual

MEDIAMASTER
9780 S

MEDIAMASTER 9780 S
Viewing mode

Contents
General operation of the Mediamaster
For your safety
Remote control
Front and rear panel
About the smartcard
General
How to insert the card
PIN Code

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Connection of the Mediamaster

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Preparing the Remote Control
Connecting the Mediamaster to the Dish
Connecting the Mediamaster
Connecting a TV and VCR
Connecting to the TV
If your TV has a SCART socket, but your
VCR does not
Nokia Smart switch
Connecting an Analogue Satellite
Receiver and VCR
Connecting a HiFi System
Connecting to the built in phonemodem
Switching on for the First Time with
SCART Connections
When RF connections are used

First time installation

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General Information
The Welcome Menu
Language
Antenna/Satellite Selection
Antenna with one LNB for Sirius
About Signal Strength (AGC) and
Signal Quality (SNR)
LNB type
Other Antenna/Satellite Combinations
One Antenna/One LNB Configuration
Multisatellite/DiSEqC Switch Configuration
Connection of a DiSEqC switch
Channel Search

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General Information
Automatically downloaded information
Programme Information
The "i" (Information) Button
Guide
List of TV and Radio Channels
Options (Green Button)
TV Release (Zero button)
Video Recording
The TEXT Button (Teletext)
EXIT TV

Main Menu
General Information
TV and Radio Channels
Edit Channels
Update Channels
System Configuration
Channel Search
Antenna/Satellite Configuration
TV Settings
Modem configuration
Receiver Upgrade
Reinstall
User Preferences
Language Preferences
Parental Control
Appearance Preferences
System Information
Conditional Access
Viaccess Embedded
Smartcard settings

Glossary
Problem solving
Front panel display
Technical specifications
Menu screen structure

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Nokia and Nokia Connecting People are registered trademarks of Nokia
Corporation. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be
trademarks or trade names of their owners.
Nokia Multimedia Terminals operates a policy of continuous development.
Therefore we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any of
the products described in this manual without any prior notice.
The EMC Directive 89/336/EEC is applied to this product.
Copyright (C) 2000. Nokia Multimedia Terminals.
All rights reserved.
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GENERAL OPERATION OF THE MEDIAMASTER
Throughout this manual you will notice that the everyday operation of your Mediamaster is based on a series of user friendly onscreen displays and menus.
All functions can be carried out using the buttons on the remote
control, and some of the functions can also be carried out using
the buttons on the front panel.
Please be aware that new software may change the functionality of the Mediamaster.
Should you experience any difficulties with the operation of your
Mediamaster, please consult the relevant section of this manual,
including the Problem Solving, or call your service provider.
If you have got access to the Internet it is a good advice to visit
the Viasat homepage "www.viasat.se" now and then to get further information concerning the functions of the Mediamaster.

FOR YOUR SAFETY
o Allow clear space around the Media-master
for sufficient ventilation.
o Do not cover the Mediamaster or place it on
a unit that emits heat.
o Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of
washing-up liquid to clean the casing.
o Never allow liquids, spray or other materials to come into contact with the inside of
the Mediamaster.
o Do not connect or modify cables when the
Mediamaster is plugged in.

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o Do not remove the cover.
o Do not allow the unit to be exposed to hot,
cold or humid conditions.
o Service should be carried out only at a Nokia
Authorised Service Centre.
o Please note that the only way to isolate the
Mediamaster completely from the mains
supply is to unplug the mains lead!

REMOTE CONTROL
This section describes how to operate the Mediamaster using the buttons on the remote control.
Some of the functions can also be carried out using the buttons on the front panel.
To switch the Mediamaster in and out of standby mode.
EXIT TV To return to the viewing mode from a menu without s t o r ing settings (in menu mode).
To switch between TV or Radio (in viewing mode).
To turn the sound off/on (mute).
-+

To adjust the volume of digital programmes.
The Mediamaster's maximum level is controlled by the TV's
present volume setting.

0-9

To change channel and to select individual menu options.
Note: If 0 is entered as the first digit, the TV Release functionality is activated (see below).

0

TV Release. To switch between digital TV/Radio, analogue
TV and analogue satellite TV and VCR, when your systems
are connected by SCART leads.
Info. To display short and extended information (if transmitted) about current and next programmes.

BACK

To go back one level in the menus without storing settings.

TEXT

To select teletext information.
Press to enter teletext (if available).

MENU

To display or exit from the "Main Menu" screen.

GUIDE

Start the downloading of the Viasat Programme Guide

P+ P-

To change channels up and down by one unit.
To leave an automatically downloaded application and return
to TV/radio mode.
To change page in a menu/list/text if more than one page is
available. To browse through teletext history.
To move up/down in the menus and to change channels.
To change settings in menus.

OK

To confirm choices and selection of a highlighted item.
To display the TV/Radio channel list.
(Red) No function for the present.

OPTION (Green) Perform temporary settings (if transmitted)
OPTION + code: Open a locked channel.
FREEZE

(Yellow) To select the freeze function.
Press once to freeze the screen picture.
Press any other key to go to normal mode again.
(Blue) To toggle between present and previous TV/Radio
channels.

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FRONT AND REAR PANEL
Front Panel
Display
shows channel number, error messages, remote
control commands and time in standby mode

Slot
for a Smartcard

to put the Mediamaster
in and out of standby
mode

to move up/down in
the menus and to
change channels.

Rear Panel
AUX SCART
for connection to a
VCR, or an analogue
satellite receiver

Mains lead
95-250 V AC
50-60 Hz

DIGITAL AUDIO
phono connector
S/PDIF output for
connection to
a HiFi system

TV SCART
for connection
to the TV

TELEPHONE
Connection to the telephone

AUDIO L R
phono connectors
Stereo outputs for
connection to a HiFi
system

TV/VCR
for an RF-cable to
the aerial input of
the TV or VCR

SERIAL PORT
to read and load
data information

ANTENNA *
Satellite dish
input (F-connector)

TV AERIAL
for a terrestrial
(conventional)
TV aerial

* LNB cable also feeds the LNB with a supply voltage of
13/18 V (V/H polarisation) and a 0/22 kHz signal
(bandswitch). Max LNB current 400 mA.

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ABOUT THE SMARTCARD
General
To be able to receive scrambled digital satellite channels you will
need a Smartcard from your Service Provider Viasat.
The Service Provider is the programme distributor.

Important. To be able to use the box, the card has to be
inserted in the slot. If the card is missing the box is
locked! Furthermore, new information from Viasat can
only be downloaded when the card is in the slot.

How to insert the card
Insert your Smartcard fully into the slot behind the lid of the front
panel of the Mediamaster. The gold chip should face downwards
and inwards.

PIN Code
The Smartcard is loaded with a 4-digit code, also called a PIN code
(Personal Identification Number).
You will need this code when you want to communicate with
Viasat via the telephone modem.

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CONNECTION OF THE MEDIAMASTER
The box for your Mediamaster should contain the
following items:
o the Mediamaster
o a remote control with 2 AAA batteries
o a SCART lead (fully featured 1,0 metre)
o a mains lead

SCART lead

RF lead

Phone
cable

o an aerial/RF lead (double screened 1,5 metres)
o a cable to the telephone
o an Owner's Manual (this document)
o a Software License agreement
o a quick guide
Remote
control

About the SCART sockets
The rear panel of the Mediamaster is equipped with 2 SCART
sockets (see diagram). When you connect other products to
any of these sockets, always use fully featured SCART leads
(as supplied). There are "less well specified" SCART leads on the
market and picture quality could be reduced if you use them.

Mains
lead

Owner's manual
License agreement
Quick guide

SCART socket

Preparing the Remote Control
o Remove the cover on the battery compartment at the bottom
of the remote control.
o Insert the 2 AAA (1,5 V) batteries, as shown in the diagram,
taking care to observe the + and - markings indicated inside.
o Replace the cover.

Connecting the Mediamaster to the Dish
15 mm

If you need to fit the F-connectors onto the cable

8 mm

o Prepare each end of the cable as shown in the diagram. You
will need to fold back the outer braid (as shown).
o Slide the F-connector onto the cable, then turn it clockwise
until it grips the braid.
o Ensure that 3 mm of the core is protruding from the end of the
connector.

Installing the Satellite Dish
Connect the coaxial cable, with F-connectors fitted, from the LNB
on the satellite dish to the socket marked "ANTENNA"on the rear
panel of the Mediamaster.

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F-connector
3 mm

CONNECTION OF THE MEDIAMASTER
Connecting the Mediamaster
There are many different types of TV/VCR and other equipment
that you can connect to the Mediamaster.
In this manual you will see some of the most common ways to
connect your equipment.
If you use RF leads you will have to tune your TV and VCR to the
Mediamaster output channel (see page 11).
If you have problems with your connections and need help, contact your Service Provider.

Connecting to the TV
o Connect the SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
o Connect an RF lead from the TV/VCR output on the Mediamaster to the RF input socket on the TV.

RF
SCART

o Connect the TV aerial to the TV AERIAL input socket on the
Mediamaster.

Connecting a TV and VCR
Refer to your VCR's manual for full instructions.
o Connect one SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
o Connect another SCART lead between the VCR
and the AUX SCART socket on the
Mediamaster.

VCR
RF

SCART

o Connect the RF lead from the RF output on the
VCR to the TV aerial input on the TV.
o Connect the TV aerial to the RF input socket on the VCR.
SCART

Mediamaster

If your TV has a SCART socket, but your VCR does not
o Connect a SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
RF

o Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the
VCR to the TV aerial input on the TV.
o Connect an RF lead from the TV/VCR output on
the Mediamaster to the RF input socket on
the VCR.

VCR
RF

o Connect the TV aerial to the TV AERIAL input
socket on the Mediamaster.
SCART

Mediamaster

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CONNECTION OF THE MEDIAMASTER
Connecting an Analogue Satellite Receiver and VCR
o Connect a SCART lead between the main SCART socket on
the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster.
o Connect a SCART lead between the VCR and the AUX SCART
socket on the Mediamaster.
o Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the VCR to the TV
aerial input on the TV.
o Connect an RF lead from the RF output on the
Analogue receiver to the RF input socket on the
VCR.
o Connect the TV aerial to the RF input socket on the
analogue receiver.

In order to switch the signal from the dish between the analogue and digital receivers, you need a Nokia Smart switch (at
A B in the diagram) or a Universal Twin LNB.

With Nokia Smart
switch

VCR
RF

SCART

Mediamaster

Analogue receiver

Nokia Smart switch
o Connect a coaxial cable between output A on the switch (accessory) to the LNB socket on the analogue receiver.
o Connect a coaxial cable between output B on the switch to
the socket marked ANTENNA on the Media-master.
The analogue receiver must be switched to OFF (standby)
when you want to watch digital satellite channels from
the Mediamaster.

Connecting a HiFi System
o Connect an RCA/Cinch stereo cable from the AUDIO L R sockets on the Mediamaster to the LINE, AUX, SPARE or EXTRA
input sockets on your HiFi system.
o If available you can connect an RCA/Cinch single cable from
the DIGITAL AUDIO socket on the Mediamaster to your HiFi
or Dolby Pro Logic system.
Note: To avoid interference you must use a screened audio
cable.

Connecting to the built in phonemodem
The built in phone modem makes it possible for you to use interactive services.
o Connect the attached telephone cable between the socket
marked TELEPHONE on the rear of the Mediamaster and the
ordinary telephone socket in the wall.
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Nokia Smart switch

CONNECTION OF THE MEDIAMASTER
Switching on for the First Time with SCART Connections
o Plug in your Mediamaster
o Now you will see the "Welcome" menu on the screen.
o Press OK on the Mediamaster remote control to start the First
Time Installation procedure (see the next page).

When RF connections are used
This procedure is necessary only if your Mediamaster is connected to the TV with an RF lead.
To tune your TV to the RF signal you might also need your TV
manual in addition to this manual. The steps below explain what
to do if you have been unable to use SCART leads in your connection.
o Plug in your Mediamaster.
Tuning your TV to the Mediamaster
o Select a channel number on the TV that is not currently used
for other TV channels.
o Follow the instructions in your TV manual to tune the TV channel selector to UHF channel 43 (this is the Mediamaster's factory preset UHF channel). If you are already using this channel, select another non occupied UHF channel between 21to
69 on the TV.
o For example, if you select UHF channel 45 on your TV, you
must change your Mediamaster to the same channel.
Use the or buttons on the front panel of the Mediamaster,
or on the remote, to change to the corresponding channel. You
will see the UHF channel number displayed on the front panel
of the Mediamaster.
o When you have correctly changed the UHF channel number
you will see the "Welcome" menu on the TV screen.
If there is interference from other channels you will have to
change the chosen UHF channel.
o Follow the instructions in your TV manual to store this UHF channel as the channel used by your Mediamaster. You will have to
select it when you want to watch digital TV/Radio channels.
o Once the welcome message is visible, press the OK button
on the Mediamasters remote control to start the installation
procedure.

If for some reason you have to change the RF channel later,
you can do this by using TV settings menu further on in this
manual.
If you have a VCR connected it must be tuned to a different
UHF channel (between 21 to 69) than the Mediamaster.
You may now proceed to "First Time Installation."
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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
General Information
Once you have correctly connected the Mediamaster, you also
have to perform a "First Time Installation."
During this procedure, helpful information is displayed in the
green field at the bottom of the menus.
Please note!
The OK button always confirms a selection within these menus,
and pressing it will take you to the next step in the installation
process. However, and this is important, often more than one
value has to be entered in a menu. First, perform all necessary
settings on the different lines. Then, confirm them all simultaneously by pressing OK.
You can always go back to the previous menu by pressing the
BACK button.
buttons to move upwards and downwards from one
Use the
line to another. Use
to change settings.
You can also use the numeric buttons on the remote control to
select a line in a menu and to enter numeric values.

The Welcome Menu
This picture indicates that you have started the installation procedure.
Press the OK button to proceed.

Language
Select the desired menu language.
This will also be the main language for audio and subtitling.

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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
Antenna/Satellite Selection
ISelect the alternative on the first line when you have anantenna
equipped with one (1) LNB and intend to receive channels from
the Sirius satellite. To acheive best possible reception you should
use a Universal LNB.
Select line 2 for other antenna and satellite combinations.

Antenna with one LNB for Sirius
When you select alternative 2 from the previous menu (above)
and press O K y ou will get the " Antenna adjustment " m enu
shown to the right.
Three channels are preprogrammed. When you adjust the antenna towards Sirius these channels will be used to locate the
Sirius satellite.
1 Select one of the preprogrammed channels. Adjust the antenna towards the Sirius satellite until the AGC *) level get as
high as possible. The level is indicated with the red bar at the
top of the menu.
2 When the antenna is aimed at the satellite and the signal level
is as high as possible, press OK.
OK
3 The bar at the top of the menu will now change to a red/yellow/green Signal Quality (SNR) *) indicator for that specific
channel.
If you have found a digital signal from Sirius the background
will change and show a TV picture. It may take a few seconds before the picture appears.
If you do not get a picture, you may be tuned to an analogue signal source. Another reason could also be that the antenna is positioned towards the wrong satellite.
If so, press the BACK button and start from point 1 again.
(If you have a good indication in the signal quality menu, but no
picture from any of the channel alternatives, try proceeding with
the channel search anyway by pressing OK).

OK

When you have picture from a TV channel, press OK. The Mediamaster automatically starts searching for channels from the satellite. When the search procedure is finished you will get a message telling how many TV- and radio channels have beed found.
Please refer to page 16.
*) Information about AGC and SNR is found on the next page.
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*) About Signal Strength (AGC)
and Signal Quality (SNR)
The different signal indicators at the top of the menu provide information about two things:
AGC: The AGC, shown with a red bar, will indicate the average
strength of any incoming signal, digital as well as analogue.
SNR: When a programme from a satellite channel shows up on
the screen, the indicator bar will change from showing
AGC to showing SNR. The bar is now red, yellow and
green, and will indicate the signal quality from that specific channel.

Other Antenna/Satellite Combinations
Select this alternative
a) when you do not use a Universal LNB
b) when you use 2 LNBs

One Antenna/One LNB Configuration
Select this alternative when you use a LNB that is not a so called
Universal LNB.

LNB type
Select the local oscillator (L. O.) frequency valid for the present
LNB. The most common values, including Universal LNB, are
selectable with the
buttons.
You can also enter a value with the numeric buttons when the
symbol for the remote control is visible on the line.

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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
LNB Offset voltage
If the cable down from the antenna is very long, the voltage at
the LNB could be too low to change the polarization. You can increase the voltage to the LNB by 0,5 V.
Satellite
Select the satellite towards which you want to aim the antenna.
Predefined channel
Select one of the preprogrammed channels. Adjust the antenna and
start the channel search the same way as described on page 13.

Multisatellite/DiSEqC Switch Configuration
Select this alternative when you have a single antenna equipped
with 2 LNBs, or two antennas with one LNB on each, and want
to watch channels from Sirius and Thor.
In this case you first must connect the LNBs to an external switch
since there is only one antenna input on the Mediamaster. Once
installed the switch automatically selects the correct LNB for the
selected channel.
This external switch is better known as a DiSEqCTM switch. Since
the switch can be located close to the LNBs, you only need one
cable down to the Mediamaster.

Connection of a DiSEqC switch
o Connect the cable from the LNB intended for channels from
Thor to the connector marked LNB 1 (A) on the switch,
o and the cable from Sirius to the connector marked LNB 2 (B).
o Connect the antenna cable to the connector marked Receiver
OUT on the switch. Connect the other end of this cable to the
input marked ANTENNA on the Mediamaster.

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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
For each LNB you connect to the DiSEqC switch, the following configuration has to be performed.
As an example the following part will describe how the LNB intended for Thor will be configured to input 1 (A) on the switch and
the LNB intended for Sirius to input 2 (B).

Switch type and port
Here you select the input for each LNB that will be connected.
In this specific example, input DiSEqC 2 will be selected first.
LNB type
Select "Universal" or the local oscillator (L. O.) frequency valid
for the connected LNB.
LNB Offset voltage
If the cable down from any of the LNB's is very long, it might be
necessary to increase the voltage to these LNB's by 0,5 V.
In most cases nothing has to be altered here. Leave the default
value "0 V" as it is. If the switch does not change between horizontal and vertical polarization, the voltage to a LNB can be increased later.
Increase the voltage:
a. only if a LNB does not change polarization
b. only to the specific LNB mentioned in a. above
Satellite
In this example, select Sirius because its LNB is going to be connected to the DiSEqC 2 input on the switch.
Predefined channel
Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna as
described on page 13, "Antenna with one LNB for Sirius". Before you can continue, a TV picture from the predefined channel
must be visible in the background.
When you do have a picture and press OK to continue, you receive a confirmation on the TV screen that the configuration of
the DiSEqC 2 input is ready. You will also be asked if you want to
configure another DiSEqC input.
In this case also the input for the Thor satellite shall be configured, so press OK. This means that the same procedure as for
Sirius have to be repeted. But this time select DiSEqC 1 from
"Switch type and port" and Thor as the satellite.
When the configuration of DiSEqC 1 is ready, press OK. A confirmation that also DiSEqC 1 is finished will show up. As no more
input is to be configured, now it is time to start searching for
channels from the Sirius and Thor satellites. The channel search
procedure is started by pressing the BACK button. Please refer
to the "Channel search" part on the next page.

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FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
Channel Search
This menu will be shown while the box is searching for channels
to download. When two LNBs are connected via a DiSEqC
switch, the box will search for channels from both.
All channels found will be listed in two columns on the screen;
with TV channels in one column and Radio channels in the other.
Please note that the search procedure may take a while.
When the search procedure has ended, the screen will show how
many TV and Radio channels have been found. Press OK to continue.

Select Country (for setting the clock)
Select the country where the box is used. After that the clock
automatically will show the correct time valid for that country.

Finishing the first time installation
After selecting the country, press OK. The channels found at the
search procedure will now be saved. A message telling that the
installation procedure is completed and a general information will
be shown on the screen.
Press OK in order to start watching channels from the box.

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VIEWING MODE
General Information
The following describes the basic functions of your Mediamaster
while watching satellite TV or listening to satellite radio.
Some of the functions described here are dependent on the
Service Provider and can only be used if they are included in
the transmitted programme information.
While viewing, the current channel number will be shown on the
front panel display.
In addition to the normal functions like switching the Mediamaster in/out of stand-by, changing the volume etc. (ref. to the
overview of the remote control) there are some other useful functions which will be explained in this part of the manual.
Without affecting any menu settings described here you can always return to watch TV by pressing the EXIT button.

Automatically downloaded information
During a TV transmission it may happen that information automatically will be downloaded and shown on the TV screen. Sometimes the figure to the right may show up during the downloading procedure. When the information is finished, the box will return to show the TV programme again.
You can turn off a downloaded information and return to watch
TV again by pressing one of the P+ /P - buttons.

Channel
list

Programme Information

Information about the
current programme

Every time you change channels you will receive programme information for a few seconds. (In the "User Preferences" menu
you can select how long this information will be shown.)
The information may include:
Current time.
Channel list.
Channel number and name.
Name of the current and next programme.
The start and total time of the current programme.
A bar, indicating the elapsed time of the current programme.
Recommended lowest age limit for watching the programme.
The start and total time of the next programme.
Programme information will only be available if it is included in
the transmission. Otherwise a "No information available" message will be shown.
You may change channel lists with the

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buttons.

Current
time

Information about
the next programme

Channel number
and name

Age limit
information

VIEWING MODE
The "i" (Information) Button
The Mediamaster has the ability to display information about programmes currently being broadcast as well as those being broadcast next.
This procedure is the same for both TV and Radio mode.
By pressing the "i" button while watching TV you will get a speor
cial Programme Information Banner. Select channel with
the numeric buttons.
The "i" symbol is coloured blue when displaying information
about the current channel, and red when information for another
channel is shown.

Press "i" again to get more information about the current programme.
If a lot of information is available you can use the double arrow
button to see the rest of the text.
Press "i" a third time to return to TV/Radio mode.

In this view, you can select to get information about the current
buttons.
and next programme by using the
You can leave the menus at any time and return to viewing TV by
pressing EXIT.

Guide
By pressing the GUIDE button you start the downloading of the
Viasat programme guide. For further instructions please follow
the information given within the guide.

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VIEWING MODE
List of TV and Radio Channels
At the channel search procedure, two Channel lists are created.
One list named "All TV" containing all TV channels, and another
containing the radio channels. The first 100 positions in each list
are reserved for Viasat channels.

Name of the Channel found at a
Channel list new channel search

If you have performed a new channel search, the new channels
in the "All TV" list.
found will be marked with a star
In the "All TV" list scrambled channels are marked with a picture
of a Smartcard (if this information is transmitted in the signal) and
locked channels are marked with a padlock.
When viewing TV or listening to radio channels you access the
Channel List by pressing OK.
At the top of the menu you will see the name of the list. The current list is the one in which the channel you are watching right
now is located.
In case you have more than one list you can change lists with

. Channel number
Press MENU on the remote control and select "Radio Channels" and name
from the main menu in order to open the radio channel list.
You can change channel by stepping with the
buttons or
enter the channel number with the numeric buttons on the remote control.
Press OK when a channel name is highlighted to start watching/
listening to it.
To change one channel list page at a time, use the double arrow
buttons.
You can get extended information about a marked (highlighted)
channel by pressing the "i" button.

Options (Green Button)
By pressing the OPTION button, you open a menu in which it is
possible to enter temporary settings. The menu will only appear
if the programme contains any options to change.
Settings made in this "options menu" are only valid for the programme you currently are watching. If you leave the programme
and return to it again, the temporary settings will be gone.
Audio Language
If available, you can select among the different languages being
broadcast.
Subtitle Language
If available, you can select among different subtitle languages. If
you select "OFF", you will not get any subtitling at all.
Format
If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format, and the transmission is in 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox to change
display format.
Fullscreen will fill up the screen vertically, but cut off some information from the left and right sides of the picture.
Letterbox will give a complete picture, but leave black areas at
the top and bottom.
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Indicates a
locked channel

VIEWING MODE
TV Release (Zero button)
With the 0 button you can toggle between analogue terrestrial
TV, video, analogue and digital satellite TV signals.
(This is only valid if the units are connected via SCART cables, and
not by a RF connection.)

Channel number
Analogue TV mode
Video mode (The video
must be turned ON)

Video Recording
Please note, that during the recording of a programme, everything shown on the screen will be registered! For example, if you
call up a menu from the Mediamaster on the screen, the menu
will be recorded!
When recording digital channels from the Mediamaster and the
Videorecorder is connected with a SCART cable: put the video
into AV/AUX or E1 mode.
When recording digital channels from the Mediamaster and the
Videorecorder is connected with a RF cable: you must give the
Mediamaster an own position number on the video. (The same
way as you probably already have given e.g. SVT1 and other channels their own positions.)

The TEXT Button (Teletext)
Pressing the TEXT button will open a Teletext page (if Teletext
is transmitted.) Select teletext pages with the numeric buttons
on the remote control.
You can also quickly step to the different page alternatives shown
in any page by pressing
. Press OK on a selected number to
go to that page.
Press EXIT, BACK or TEXT to return to TV/Radio mode.
The "0" button will show the index page (normally page 100.)
will show the next or previous teletext page.
You can use the double arrow buttons to browse through the
pages you just have visited.
When "hidden text" is applicable it can be shown by pressing the
"i" button.
On most new TV sets you can use the TV's remote control to
open and control the teletext functions while watching digital TV
channels. (The function is called VBI insertion.) NOTE: Also see
the headline "TV Signal" on page 28 and the "Subtitle"settings
on pages 30 and 31.

EXIT TV
This button has double functions.
While watching TV: The TV/
function is used to switch from
TV to Radio mode and vice versa.
When you have entered a menu, the EXIT function is used to
leave the menu at any time without changing anything.
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MAIN MENU
General Information
Many of the functions of the Mediamaster are available from the
Main Menu.
Press MENU to open it.

TV and Radio Channels
Please refer to "List of TV and Radio channels" on page 20.

Edit Channels
From these menus you can create and edit channel lists. You can,
among other things, create favourite lists; add, delete, rename
and arrange the order of the channels within the lists.
The "All TV" list might contain lots of channels. By creating your
own favourite lists you can make channel handling a bit more convenient.

Important about editing channels
Before you start you must select which list, TV or Radio, you want
to edit. While you are watching TV and press the MENU button
and select Edit Channels, you can edit TV channels. While listening to radio channels and doing the same, you can edit radio channels.
After the selection, Radio or TV, use the
buttons on the remote control to select the name of the list to edit.
Please note, that this is only possible when you have created your
own lists. In other case only the main lists "All TV" and "All Radio" are available.

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MAIN MENU
Create list
From here you can create your own favourite lists, containing the
channels you watch most frequently. You can give each list a specific name, e.g. "Sport" or "Films."
When a favourite list is selected, you see only those channels
defined in the list.
When you have given the list a name; press OK and you will enter the "Select Channels" menu (see next page) from where you
add channels to the list.
You can create separate favourite lists for TV and Radio channels.
How to give a specific name
This procedure is the same whether you enter a name for the first
time or change an existing.
o Move to a new character position by using

.

o To delete the last character use .
.
o Enter the characters one by one (A....Z, 0....9) by using
To speed up the procedure a bit you can use the double arrow
buttons to jump 3 letters at the time.
o Figures can also be entered with the numeric buttons on the
remote control.
o The next letter will be shown above the current, and the previous below it.
o Toggle between capital and lowercase letters with the blue
button.

Rename list
From here you can give an existing list a new name. Use the arrow buttons the same way as when you created the list.

Rearrange lists
If you have created several Favourite lists you can determine the
sequence in which the lists will appear.

Delete list
If you want to delete a Favourite list completely, select the list
and press OK.

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MAIN MENU
Select Channels
From this menu you add and remove the channels in your Favourite Lists. You use the "All TV" or "All Radio" list as basis to select the channels from.
A channel is added or removed by pressing the OK button. The
square to the right on a line will be empty for not selected channels, and will contain an "x" for selected channels.
, double arrows or the nuo Move to desired channel(s) with
meric buttons, and add/remove them by pressing OK.
o When you are ready, confirm the selections and leave the
menu by pressing BACK or EXIT.

Lock Channels
To get to this menu you first have to enter your access code.
From here you can lock (and later unlock) channels in any of the
lists in order to prevent e.g. your children from watching.
Select the channel you want to lock and press OK. Repeat the
procedure for each channel you want to lock. When you lock a
channel in any list, the channel will automatically be locked in all
other lists.
A locked channel will be marked with a padlock symbol.
When watching TV, you will be asked to enter your access code
before you can watch a locked channel.

During watching TV, you have to press the green OPTION button and enter your code to be able to watch a locked channel.

Rename Channels
Mark the channel you want to rename and press OK. The Rename dialogue box will then appear and let you modify the existing name.
To enter the new name, please follow the instructions under the
headline "How to give a specific name" on page 23.
When you have changed a channel name, the new name will appear in all lists where the channel is included.

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MAIN MENU
Rearrange Channels
From here you can arrange the sequence for the channels within
your favourite lists.
o With , mark the channel you want to move to a new position within the list.
o Press again and the right side of the marked channel will
change to
.
o Move the channel to the desired position with
OK.

and press

It is also possible to first mark several channels, and then move
them all simultaneously.
o For each channel, press the
marked channels.

button to add it to the set of

o When a number of channels are marked this way and you want
to move the whole set of channels, press again.
o The marked channels will now be put together into one group.
o The right side of the first and last marked channel will change
arrows respectively.
to
o Use the corresponding buttons to move the selected channels
to a new position within the list.
o When the channels are in the position you want, press OK.

Delete Channels
From here, when the "All TV" list is selected in the "Edit Channels" menu, you can delete channels.
Please note. Channels deleted this way will be permanently
deleted. The only way to get them back is to perform a new
channel search.
To delete channels:
Mark the channel you want to delete and press OK. You will be
asked if you really want to delete it. If so, confirm by pressing OK
once more. If not, press BACK.

Remove Channels
From here, when a favourite list is selected in the "Edit Channels" menu, you can remove channels from that list.
To remove channels:
Mark the channel you want to remove and press OK. You will be
asked if you really want to remove it. If so, confirm by pressing
OK once more. If not, press BACK.
Channels removed from a list this way are not permanently deleted. They are still available from the "All TV" list.

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MAIN MENU
Update Channels
When new TV and radio channels are added to the different satellites, you can check and automatically update the main channel list.
New channels will be marked with a star
in the channel lists.
After each download, check the channel lists for new channels
marked with .
During the search procedure the old channels will be coloured
light blue, and new channels found will be coloured black in the
"Channel search progress" menu.

The following alternatives are selectable:
1 All Configured Satellites: Will search and update the lists
from those satellites you use to watch channels from. If you
have downloaded channels from Sirius and Thor, both satellites will be updated.
2 Current Satellite: Will search and update the lists from the
satellite you right now are watching TV.
3 Current Network: Will search and update the lists from the
Network the present channel belongs to.
4 Current Transponder: Will search and update the lists from
the Transponder the present channel belongs to.

You can find out which Satellite and Network the channel you are
watching right now belongs to:
While watching a channel, first press OK, then the i button.

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MAIN MENU
System Configuration
You will be asked to enter your access code before you can enter this menu. The code is preset to 1234 from the factory.
(The code can be changed from the Parental Control menu. Refer to page 31.)
Please note that many of these functions are the same as in the
"First Time Installation."

Channel Search
The Channel Search procedure can be performed in different
ways.
o If there are predefined channels, you can make an Automatic
or Manual Search.
o If no predefined channels are available you can only make a
Manual Search.
Please note, that before you start a search procedure you must
have a background picture from the satellite you intend to search
from. Refer to page 13.
o When you have got 1 LNB connected, intended for Sirius:
Select any of the preprogrammed channels and press OK to
start the search procedure.
o With 2 LNBs connected via a DiSEqC switch you can select
from which satellite to search.
o Also the alternative "All Satellites" is available which enables
you to search from all satellites (towards which you have LNBs
and antennas adjusted.)

Manual Search
When you perform a Manual Search you first need to enter some
parameters for the channel search to work.
The information you need to enter in this menu is available in
magazines covering satellite TV reception, on the Internet or from
your Service Provider.
Transponder frequency: Specify the frequency in GHz. If you
enter the wrong figure(s), erase with the button.
Polarization: Select Horizontal, Vertical, Circular left/right
Symbol rate (MSym/s): Enter with the numeric buttons. If you
enter the wrong figure(s), erase with the button.
FEC: Select "Auto" or any of the preprogrammed values.
Network Search: Select "Yes" if you want to search on all transponders used by your service provider.
Press OK to start searching for channels.
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MAIN MENU
Antenna/Satellite Configuration
The procedure is the same as performed during the First Time Installation. Please refer to page 16.
Only your current Antenna/Satellite configuration alternative will
be selectable. Other alternatives will be dimmed.

TV Settings
From here you can adjust settings concerning your TV.
TV screen format
Select your TV screen format.
The 4:3 format is the standard format for most TV screens.
Select 16:9 for a wide screen TV.
TV signal
If the teletext function does not work when watching channels
from an analogue satellite receiver connected to the Mediamaster, change this setting from RGB to PAL.
RF channel
Select this alternative if you have to change the RF channel.
If you change the RF channel number, you must also change it
to the same value on the TV. If you do not, the picture will become
black.
Position of the RGB output
butAdjust the horizontal position of the TV picture with the
tons. (The "TV signal," see above, must be set to RGB for this
function to work.)

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The RF channel number will be indicated on the front display of the
Mediamaster.

MAIN MENU
Modem configuration
The Mediamaster is equipped with a built in telephone modem.
Via the modem so called "interactive services", such as e.g. ordering movies, can be performed.
You will get more information concerning this service by your
service provider. Information will also be available in the "System
Information" menu, ref. to page 32.
When configurating the modem, the following parameters have
to be set.
Pulse or tone: Select the alternative valid for your system. If in
doubt, please contakt your phone operator.
Prefix: If the connection has to pass a switch board, enter the
figure that will open the line.

Information about the Modem
This equipment has been approved pursuant to Council Decision
98/482/EC [CTR 21] for pan-European single terminal connection
to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). However, due
to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN termination point.
In the event of problems, you sholud contact your equipment
supplier in the first instance.

Receiver Upgrade
From this menu you can check if new software and new channels are available for downloading.
A search for new software and new channels is automatically
performed each night between 00 - 06. If new software/new
channels are available they will be downloaded and installed. If
the box is put into standby mode at that time, the card has to be
in the slot in order for the function to work.
If you are watching TV between 00 - 06 you might get a screen
message asking whether you want to start the search procedure
or not. If you decide not to start the procedure and go on watching TV instead, the search procedure will be performed the next
night.
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MAIN MENU
Reinstall
Use this option only if you have to start the complete installation
procedure from scratch. If you continue from here, all your previous settings, parental code and favourite channels etc. will be
erased!
If you do not want to change any settings you can leave this
menu when the warning is displayed by pressing BACK or
EXIT.

User Preferences
From here you can change the menu language. You also have
access to the Parental Control and the Appearance menus.

Language Preferences
Menu Language
Here you may select in which language the menus will be shown .
Main and Alternative audio Ianguage
If more than one audio language is transmitted, you may select
the main and an alternative language.
Subtitles
If you select the "Visible" alternative for subtitling and more than
one language is available, you may select a main language and
an alternative.
In case you want to control the Teletext function with your TV
remote control, this parameter must be set to "Invisible".
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MAIN MENU
Parental Control
To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code.
From the factory the access code is set to 1234.
The following settings can be altered from this menu.
Receiver lock
If you select "On," you will have to enter the access code every
time you start the Mediamaster from stand-by.
Age Rating Control
If you want everybody to have access to all available types of programmes, select "Off."
If you select "On," you may block programmes unsuitable for
children. Select an age limit between 4 and 18 years on the line
that appears.
However, you should be aware that not all Service Providers have
the necessary codes for these functions implemented in their
transmissions.
Do not use this Age Rating Control function if you are using the
Age Rating Control provided with your Smartcard. See page 33.
Change access code
From here you can change the access code from the standard 1234. DO NOT FORGET IT! Without it you do not have access to any of the functions where the code is required!
If you forget it, you have to contact an Authorized Nokia
Service Center to get help.

Appearance Preferences
Banner time-out
When you switch channels, an information banner will be shown
for a few seconds. You can select for how long the banner will
be shown.
Volume bar
Select whether or not you want the volume bar to appear on the
screen when you change the volume.
Volume bar time-out
Select how long the banner will be visible on the screen.
Subtitles
Select whether or not subtitles will be visible on the screen.
In case you want to control the Teletext function with your TV remote control, this parameter must be set to "Invisible".

Letterbox

Picture format
If you have a TV set with the 4:3 picture format and the transmission is in 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox.
Fullscreen will fill up the screen but cut off some information on
the left and right sides.
Letterbox will give a complete picture, but leave black areas at
the top and bottom.

fullscreen
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MAIN MENU
System Information
If you have to contact your service provider or a service center,
they might ask for information available from this menu. Therefore, it is important that you first check the information in the
following menus.

System Information
This gives general information about which hardware and software version is installed in your Mediamaster. After each new
download the version number will change.

Release info
By pressing the i button while still in the "System Information"
menu, you will get a message describing the new functions in the
latest software release you have downloaded to the Mediamaster.

Diagnostics
To find out the condition of certain parts of the Mediamaster, you
can run a diagnostic test.

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MAIN MENU
Conditional Access
Select this alternative from the main menu to get information
from the smartcard.

Viaccess Embedded
Abonnemangsinformation
Get information about the channels you subscribe to.

Smartcard settings
Age Rating Control
This is an age rating control function which is connected to your
smartcard. It will only affect the channels you have subscribed
to. Choose "On" if you want to activate the age rating.
This means that you have to enter your smartcard PIN code to
be able to watch the age rated channels. The age rating of each
programme is controlled by your Service Provider.
Do not use this Age Rating Control if you already are using the Age
Rating Control within the Parental Control menu. See page 31.
Age Limit
Select an age limit. Programmes transmitted with a lower limit
age will not need the access code.
Change Smart Card Code
In this menu you can change the code on your smartcard.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Access
Authorisation to use the coding system to purchase /
order TV programmes.

Parental Access code
A four-digit code stored in the Mediamaster. Used to
lock the Mediamaster.

AGC
Automatic Gain Control.

PCR
Program Clock Reference.

CA
Conditional Access. A system to control subscriber access to services, programmes and events.

PIN code
Personal Identification Number. A four-digit code stored
in the Smartcard. For PPV (Pay Per View) or other services together with the subscription.

DVB
The Digital Video Broadcast group was created to establish a technical framework for the introduction of digital
video broadcasting systems.
EPG
Electronic Programme Guide. A software that enables
viewers to navigate among the large number of channels
provided by digital technology, in order to select the service they desire.
FEC
Forward Error Correction. Correction of faulty bits in the
received signal.
GHz
The prefix giga means billion, and Hertz means cycles per
second.
LNB (low-noise block converter)
An electronic unit mounted on the satellite dish. It receives the signals reflected by the dish and converts
them to signals that can be used by the Mediamaster.
L.O.
Local oscillator part of the LNB. It converts from the satellite frequency down to a frequency acceptable for the
Mediamaster.
MHz
The prefix mega means million, and Hertz means cycles
per second.
MPEG
Moving Picture Experts Group. Body established by the
International Standards Organisation to provide the basis for a picture coding and compression system.
Network
A number of digital channels transmitted from one
source. Grouped under separate headings in the channel
list.
Parental control
A feature that allows parents to "lock" programmes that
they consider unsuitable for children. A "locked" channel or programme can only be "unlocked" with the special parental access code.

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Polarization
Polarization allows several programmes to be fit into the
same frequency band. The signals from a satellite are
transmitted either with linear (vertical or horizontal) polarization or circular (right or left) polarization.
RF
Radio frequency.
SERIAL RS 232
A serial communication standard data port.
SCART
A 21-pin connector used for connection of the
Mediamaster,VCR and TV. Also named Euroconnector
or Peritel connector.
Scrambled satellite TV programme
Some satellite TV programmes are transmitted in scrambled form. A Smartcard, and possibly a CA module, will
be needed to view such programmes.
Service provider
A company, e.g. Viasat, that collects a number of programmes/services and distributes them to customers.
SNR
Signal to Noice Ratio. Signal quality measure.
S/PDIF
Sony/Philips digital interface format. Digital audio output.
Symbol rate
The speed of the digital transmission
SW
Software. Programme code.
TS
Transport stream.
VCR
Video Cassette Recorder.

PROBLEM SOLVING
Problem

Possible causes

What to do

The display on the front panel does
not light up/is not lit.

Mains cable is not connected.

Check that the mains cable is
plugged into the power socket.

No sound or picture, but the front
panel shows the time or - - : - -.

The Mediamaster is in standby
mode.

Press the standby button or any
number button to bring the Mediamaster out of standby mode.

No sound or picture.

The satellite dish is not pointing
at the satellite.

Adjust the dish. Check the signal
level indicator in one of the channel
search submenus.
Check the cable connections, LNB
and other equipment connected between the LNB and the receiver, or
adjust the dish.
Replace the LNB.
Increase the LNB voltage with 0,5 V
from the System Configuration
menu if you have a long cable.

No signal or weak signal.

The LNB is faulty.
No sound or picture on horizontal
modulated transponder.
Bad picture/blocking error.

The satellite dish is not pointing
at the satellite.
Signal too strong.

Adjust the dish.

The LNB is faulty.

Connect a signal attenuator to the
LNB input.
Change to a larger dish.
Change to an LNB with lower noise
factor.
Change the LNB.

The system is connected by SCART
leads and the TV is not in AV/EXT
mode.

If the system is connected by
SCART leads, switch the TV to the
appropriate AV input.

The system is connected by RF
leads and the TV is not set to the
channel tuned for digital satellite
TV.

If the system is connected by RF
leads, switch the TV to the channel
for digital satellite TV. If you have
not tuned in the TV you may do this
first. Please look in the TV manual
for instructions. You can also
change the RF-channel in the
Mediamaster. See TV settings.

There is interference on your digital
satellite channels, an existing terrestrial channel or video signal.

The system is connected by RF
leads and the output channel of the
Media-master interferes with an
existing terrestrial channel or video
signal.

Change the Mediamaster output
channel to a more suitable channel
between 21-69, or connect the system by SCART leads.

You made a video recording of a digital satellite channel and whole or
parts of the programme was not
recorded.

The Mediamaster was not left on
the appropriate channel.

If you make a recording of digital
satellite TV your Mediamaster has
to be left on the channel you want
to record.
If the system is connected by
SCART leads, switch the VCR to
appropriate AV input.

Satellite dish is too small.
LNB noise factor too high.

There is no Welcome menu on the
screen after you switched on the
Mediamaster for the first time.

The system is connected by SCART
leads and the VCR is not in AV/EXT
mode.
The system is connected by RF
leads and the VCR is not set to the
channel tuned for digital satellite
TV.

If the system is connected by RF
leads, switch the VCR to the channel for digital satellite TV. If you
have not tuned in the VCR you may
do this first. Please look in the VCR
manual for instructions.

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PROBLEM SOLVING
Problem

Possible causes

What to do

The remote control is not working.

Battery exhausted.
Remote control is incorrectly
aimed.

Change the batteries (both).
Aim the remote control at box.
Check that nothing blocks the front
panel.
Check if (.) is flashing on the front
panel display when you press a button.
If not replace the batteries (both).

The Mediamaster is in standby
mode.

You see the on-screen message.
Viewing card error.

The Mediamaster can't recognise Check that you are using the proper
your Smartcard.
Smartcard. Check that the Smartcard
has been correctly inserted with the
gold chip downwards. If the problem
persists, you may have a problem with
the card.
Contact your dealer or Service Provider.

You have forgotten your secret PIN
code.

Contact your Service Provider.
They will help you set it up again.

CA Module is not working.

CA module is not installed.
CA module is not correctly
inserted.

Check that the CA module has been
correctly inserted.
Contact your dealer or Service Provider.

Black picture.

CA module is inserted but not
working correctly.

Eject the CA module and reinsert it
again.

Please note: The first thing to do before sending the Mediamaster to service is to:
1: Perform "Diagnostic" procedure in System Information menu.
2: Try to download a new software into the Mediamaster.
A new software may solve the problem. See the relevant section "Receiver Upgrade" earlier on in this
manual.
What to do if you can't solve the problem
If you have tried all of the actions suggested above, without solving the problem, please contact your
Service Provider.

FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
When power-up, boot version,
product family and system software
version is shown.

In TV mode.

When starting from standby, product variant and system software
version is shown.

In video mode.

Remaining time in percent during
the download procedure.

When downloading new software
via the air.

The Mediamaster is in standby
mode, and current time is shown.

When downloading new software
via the Serial RS232 socket.

Channel number in TV mode.
Channel number in radio mode.

Lights when no signal is being received.

RF channel in tuning mode.

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Error messages. For service personnel

Flashes when pressing a button
on the remote control.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Transmission Standards
DVB, MPEG 2
LNB / Tuner input
Connector
RF input frequency
RF input power level
Supply voltage
Max. current

RF impedance

1x F-type (LNB)
920-2150 MHz
-20 to -70 dBm
13,5 /18,5 V ? 5%
400 mA continousley,
overload protected.
500 mA short term, e.g.
with SatScan antenna motor
22 kHz, 0,65 Vpp
Tone burst A/B or
Level 1.2
75 Ohm

RF modulator
Input/output conn.
Modulator frequency
Output level
Output channel
Preset channel
Output signal

IEC female / IEC male
470 to 862 MHz
70 ? 5dBV
21-69
43
PAL B/G

Control voltage
DiSEqC

TV SCART
Video output
Audio output
RGB output

1 Vpp (? 1 dB) / 75 Ohm
0,5 Vrms / RL & gt; 10 kOhm
Internal RGB or from
AUX SCART
RGB bandwidth
5,8 MHz ? 3 dB
Fast blanking output Internal or from
AUX SCART
Status output
0/6/12 V / RL 10 kOhm
AUX SCART
Video output
Video input
Audio output
Audio input
Status input
Fast blanking input
RGB input

1 Vpp (? 1 dB) / 75 Ohm
1 V pp / 75 Ohm
0,5 Vrms / RL & gt; 10 kOhm
0,5 Vrms / RL & gt; 10 kOhm
0/6/12 V / RL & gt; 10 kOhm
0/2 V for RGB, bypass to
TV SCART
Yes

DIGITAL AUDIO (S/PDIF)
Connector
1 x RCA
AUDIO R L
Connector
Output

2 x RCA (R+L)
0,5 Vrms ? 0,5 dB/ RL 10 kOhm

SERIAL (RS 232) Serial data
Connector
9-pin D-sub male
Signals
RS232, max. 57600 bit/s
Pin 1 DCD
(Data carrier detect) not connected
2 RXD
(Receive data)
3 TXD
(Transmit data)
4 DTR
(Data terminal ready) Set to high
5 GND
(Signal ground)
6 DSR
(Data set ready) not connected
7 RTS
(Ready to send)
8 CTS
(Clear to send)
9 RI
(Ring indicator) not connected

Telephone (return channel on the phone line)
Contact
modular 6-pin jack
Protocol
V22, 1200 bits/sec
Security information
The modem connection is made according to the TNV 3
circuit type.
All other connections are made according to the SELV circuit
type.
Conditional access system
Embedded Viaccess.
Smartcard Interface
Interface for one card according to ISO 7816
Supports embedded descrambler Viaccess
Front panel
4x7 segment numeric LED display.
Buttons: ,
(standby, progr. number up and down)
General data
Article code, The model code, variant and serial number, are
located on a label on the underside of the housing.
Supply voltage
Power consumption max
Power consumption in
standby
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Operating distance for
remote control
Dimensions (w x d x h)
Weight

95-250 V AC, 50-60 Hz
27 W at 400 mA LNB load
5W
+5° C to +45° C
- 40° C to +65° C
25 to 90 % rel humidity
max 10 meters
380 x 240 x 65 mm
1,8 kg approx

SCART-sockets
TV
AUX
1 Audio out right ch. Audio out right ch.
2Audio in right ch.
3 Audio out left ch.
Audio out left ch.
4 Audio ground
Audio ground
5 RGB blue ground
RGB blue ground
6Audio in left ch.
7 RGB blue signal out RGB blue signal in
8 Switch voltage out
Switch voltage in
9 RGB green ground RGB green ground
10 Connect to pin 10 in AUX scart
11 RGB green signal out RGB green signal in
12 13 RGB red ground
RGB red ground
14 Fast blank. ground
Fast blank. ground
15 RGB red signal out
RGB red signal in
16 Fast blanking out
Fast blanking in
17 Video out ground
Video out ground
18 Video in ground
19 Video out
Video out
20 Video in
21 Ground (casing)
Ground (casing)

20
21

2
1
GB 37

MENUS SCREEN STRUCTURE
First time installation
Language
English
Svenska
Dansk
Norsk
Suomi

1
2
3
4
5

Welcome
menu

Antenna/Satellite Selection
Antenna Adjustment:
1
2

1
2
3

Channel Search Progress
TV Channels Radio Channels
TV3 Sverige Power FM
TV3 Norge
Radio Rix
TV3 Danmark Radio 1
........
.......

Signal Check:

1
2
3

Antenna with one LNB for SIRIUS
Other Antenna / Satellite
Combinations

TV3 Sverige
VH-1
MTV Nordic

TV3 Sverige
VH-1
MTV Nordic

Time Adjustment
19:35

Picture

Main Menu
TV Channels

? All TV
1
2
3
4
5

?

TV3 Sverige
TV3 Norge
TV3 Danmark
VH1
......

User Preferences
Satellite:
Position:
.......

?1

?

Language Preferences
Parental Control
Appearance Preferences

2
3

1
2
3

?

i

1
2
3
4
5

Power FM
Radio Rix
Radio 1
Radio 2
.......

Satellite:
Position:
.......

?

Smart Card Settings

i

1
2
3

?

Age Rating Control
Age Limit
Change Smart Card Code

User Preferences

? Access Code

Code changing

?

Enter access code

Viaccess Embedded

?

?

Subscription information
....... ....... ...... .
........ ...... .....

1
2

?Code changing
procedure

Viaccess Embedded
1
2

Subscription information
Smart Card Settings

Appearance Preferences

? 1 Automatic Search
2

?

2

3

?

1

8

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
2

Manual Search

One Antenna/One LNB
?1 Configuration
2

Multisatellite/DiSEqC Switch
Configuration

Main Menu
TV Channels
Radio Channels
Edit Channels
Update Channels
System Configuration
User Preferences
System Information
Conditional Access

Update Channels
1
2

Antenna Adjustment:

Current Satellite
Current Network
Current Transponder

? 1 TV3 Sverige
2
3

VH1
MTV Nordic

1
2
3
4
5

Transponder frequency
Polarization
Symbol Rate
FEC
Network Search

? 2 TV Signal

Time Adjustment

?

Antenna Adjustment:

?

19:35

? 1 Pulse or Tone
2
3

Prefix Digit
Digits After Pause

? 1 LNB type
2
3
4

System Information
Hardware version:
1.2
Software version:
MT1.0
Boot software version: 200
Decoder Identification: 22000000

Channel Search Progress
TV Channels Radio Channels
? TV3 Sverige Power FM
TV3 Norge
Radio Rix
?
TV3 Danmark Radio 1
........
.......

EXIT

Diagnostics
Signal input:

LNB Offset Voltage
Satellite
Predefined channel

System Configuration
Picture
Receiver Upgrade
Looking for new software
version ....

Antenna Adjustment:

? 1 Switch type and port
System Configuration
7

Reinstall

? If you .......
.........

GB 38

2
3
4
5

LNB type
LNB Offset Voltage
Satellite
Predefined channel

OK

18dbS/N

Smart Card detection:
Yes
Front End:
OK
Microprocessor check:
OK
Software check:
OK
Modem status:
Unknown

?

?

?

6

i

?

Antenna Adjustment:

Modem Configuration
5

2
3
4

?

4

RF Channel
Position of the RGB Output

4

TV Screen Format

3
4

Viasat Guide

7

?

1

GUIDE

? 1 All Configured Satellites

TV Settings
3

Volume Bar Time-out
Subtitles
Picture format

6

Antenna/Satellite
Configuration
2

? 1 Banner Time-out
2 Volume Bar
3
4
5

5
Channel Search

Parental Control
Receiver Lock
Off
Age Rating Control
On
Age Limit
15
Change Access Code

1
2
3
4

?

Code
System Configuration
1 Channel Search
2 Antenna/Satellite Configuration
3 TV Settings
4 Time Adjustment
5 Modem Configuration
6 Receiver Upgrade
7 Reinstall

1

xxxx

Code

?

Create List
Rename List
Rearrange Lists
Delete Llist
Select Channels
Lock Channels
Rename Channels
Rearrange Channels
Delete Channels

Code

? procedure

Edit Channels

? Astra

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Language Preferences
Menu Language
Main Audio Language
Alternative Audio Language
Subtitles
Main Subtitle Language
Alternative Subtitle Language

1
2
3
4
5
6

Radio Channels

? All Radio ?

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