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INDEX

INDEX ........................................................................................................... 1
SAFETY AND INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................... 2
ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST .................................................................... 3
1.1 Parts List ................................................................................................. 3
1.2 Front Panel.............................................................................................. 4
1.3 Rear Panel .............................................................................................. 5
1.4 Remote Control Unit................................................................................ 6
1.5 Installing the batteries in the remote control............................................ 7
1.6 Connecting to Equipment ........................................................................ 8
GETTING STARTED................................................................................... 10
2.1 Instructions............................................................................................ 13
2.2 Timer setting.......................................................................................... 13
2.3 System Settings .................................................................................... 14
2.4 Channel Manager.................................................................................. 16
2.5 Parental Control .................................................................................... 16
2.6 EPG....................................................................................................... 18
2.7 Installation ............................................................................................. 18
2.8 USB Menu............................................................................................. 20
2.9 TeleText ................................................................................................. 20
Ps1 FAQ ..................................................................................................... 21
Ps2 Trouble Shooting ............................................................................... 22
Ps3 Specification ...................................................................................... 23

SAFETY AND INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER.


THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

This symbol indicates that high voltage is present inside. It is dangerous to


make contact with any part inside the case.

This symbol alerts you of important information concerning operation and


maintenance of this product.

SAFETY
Never place the unit in hot, humid or excessively dusty places.
Do not install the unit where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations.
This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the
rear of the unit.
Do not touch the power cord with a wet hand or continue to use a damaged power
cord. It may cause an electric shock.
Never open the cover. High voltage in the unit may result in electrocution.
Disconnect the power cord to the unit before connecting any cables.

CAUTION
To prevent fire or electrical shock do not expose the appliance to water.
Ensure that objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are not placed on the apparatus.
If an object or liquid gets into the unit, disconnect the plug and ask an approved
technician to check the unit.
Never place the unit in a confined space such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet
unless proper ventilation is provided. Leave a 10cm gap around the unit.
The recommended operating temperature is from 0 ~ 40 and humidity should be
under 95%.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the unit, power lead or aerial lead during
a lightning storm.
Use a damp cloth to clean the unit.
Do not use liquid cleaners, solvent or abrasive products, etc.

ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST


1.1 Parts List
Please make sure the following accessories are supplied with the STB.
High Definition Digital Set Top Box
Remote Control
RCA Video/Audio Cable
YPbPr Component Video Cable
Batteries (AAA Size)
User Manual

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1.2 Front Panel

1. POWER Button
Turn the STBs power on or off.
2. Front Panel Display
Front panel window displays information concerning current operation such as TIME,
CH number. The blue LED lights up when power on, the green LED lights up when
the channel is locked in.
3. CH Up/Down Button (j/i)
Moves the cursor up/down when in the menu or changes the current program to the
previous/next channel in the normal state.

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1.3 Rear Panel

1. ANT OUT
Use to connect an extra analogue or digital STB.
2. ANT IN
Use to connect an antenna.
3. DIGITAL AUDIO (Coaxial / Optical)
Connect to an External Audio Amplifier with S/PDIF Coaxial/Optical Digital Audio.
4. HDMI Connector
Connect High-Definition Multimedia output to HD Monitors (HDMI Type).
5. YPbPr
Connect component video to HD Monitors (YPbPr Type).
6. VIDEO (Yellow RCA)
Connect to a TV with video input.
7. AUDIO L/R (White / Red RCA)
Connect to a TV audio input, HD Monitors audio input or an External Audio Amplifier.
8. USB
USB port is used for viewing external files on a memory stick, and for possible software upgrades
(to be advised by DGTEC technician)

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1.4 Remote Control Unit


All features of the STB can be controlled with the
remote control.
POWER: Press to switch between operation

1.

and standby mode.


2. USB: Press to see the files on a USB storage device
and upgrade the system through th port.
3.

MUTE: Press to mute the sound.

4. NUMERIC KEYS: Press to input Channels


Number, Passwords or Letters.
5. TV/RADIO: Switch between TV or RADIO mode.
6. ASPECT RATIO: Press to select 4:3 or 16:9
aspect ratio mode.
7. EXIT: Press to return to the previous menu or to
escape from the current mode.
8. EPG: Display the Electronic Program Guide.
9. FAV: Press to display Favorite Channels List.
10. MENU: Press to display the Main Menu.
11. Up/ Down: Change the channel or move
cursor in the menu.
12. Left/ Right: Adjust volume or move cursor
in the menu.
13. OK: Press to select the item in the menu or to
list the TV/Radio channels.
14. PAGE +/ PAGE:Press to page up/down in the
channel list.
15. RECALL: Press to return the previous channel.
16. INFO: Display the information of the current
program.
17. LANG: Press to select the item in the sound
mode.
18. AUDIO: Select the item in the audio mode.
19. PAUSE: Stop the video output of the STB.
20. TEXT: Display the Teletext information.
21. SCAN: Press to search program automatically.
22. SUBTTLE: Press to directly enter the SUBTITLE mode.

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1.5 Installing the batteries in the remote control
1.Press down on the retaining catch on the lid of the battery recess on the remote
control and remove the lid.
2.Insert two AAA batteries into the recess.
3.Replace the lid over the recess and gently push down on the lid until it snaps firmly
into leave place.

Caution
1. Keep batteries out of childrens reach.
2. Dont attempt to recharge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or throw the batteries
into the fire.
3. Always replace both batteries at the same time. Never mix new and old batteries
or batteries of a different type.
4. If you dont intend to use the remote controller for an extended period, remove the
batteries to prevent possible leakage and corrosion.
5. Do not drop, apply shock or step on the remote control.
6. Do not spill water on the remote control.
Note: If the receiver does not respond when operating the remote control from a
close range, you will need to replace the batteries.

Using the Remote Control


1. To use the remote control, point it towards the front of the STB.
2. The remote control has a range of up to 7 metres from the set top box at an angle
of up to 60 degrees.
3. The remote control will not operate if its path is blocked.
Note: Sunlight or very bright light will decrease the sensitivity of the remote
control.

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1.6 Connecting to Equipment
1. Connect your TV antenna cable to the ANT IN jack on the back of the STB using
coaxial RF cable.
YPbPr connectionHigh Definition connection
2. Connect the YPbPr out connectors and AUDIO L/R out connectors on the back of
the STB to the COMPONENT IN on your television using RCA-type cables.

HDMI (High Definition connection)


3. Connect the HDMI out connector on the STB to the HDTV using HDMI cable.

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VIDEO (For all Standard Televisions)
4. Connect the yellow video lead and AUDIO L/R (red and white lead) out
connectors on the STB to the AV in on the back of the TV. Optional: Connect
Optical S/PDIF out connector on the HDTV STB to the Audio-Amplifier using
optical cable.

Note: Please ensure that your TV is set to the correct input channel depending
on your connection type.

GETTING STARTED
First time installation
Note: Be sure to have the power cord connected to the mains.
After all the connections have been established, switch on your TV. If you are using
the STB for the first time or restored to factory default, a First Time Installation menu
will be displayed to guide you through the scanning of channels.
When scanning is complete, all active channels found will be stored automatically.
(In case you want to stop the scanning, press the EXIT key to exit. The channels
already found will be stored).
Now you are ready to watch digital TV channels and radio broadcasts.
In case you skip the First Time Installation screen, you can press MENU key to bring
up the main menu.

Switching programs
1. Press the NUMERIC keys (0~9) on the remote control to select the channel
number you want.
2. Alternatively press the / key on the remote control or the front panel to change
the available channels upward/downward.
3. Press the RECALL key to view the previous channel selected.

Volume control
Press the / key on the remote control or front panel to adjust the volume.

Mute
1. Press the MUTE key to temporarily stop the sound.
2. To cancel mute, press the MUTE key again.

Freezing picture
1. Press PAUSE key to pause current program and the pause icon will appear on
screen.
2. To cancel pause and continue to play, press the PAUSE key again and the pause
icon will disappear.

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GETTING STARTED
Change screen aspect
Press ASPECT RATIO key to switch screen aspect mode (16:9/4:3).

Change TV/RADIO mode


Press TV/RADIO key to change the program list mode between TV and Radio.

View program info


1. Press INFO key to view the detailed information of current program.
2. Press INFO/ EXIT to exit view.

Subtitle
Press SUBTITLE key to switch subtitle on/off.
NOTE: the subtitle depends on the program providers.

Teletext service
1. Press TEXT key to open a teletext page (if teletext is transmitted).
2. Press TEXT key again or press EXIT key to close the teletext.

EPG (Electric Program Guide)


1. Press EPG key to view the EPG information that are provided by the content
providers.
2. Press EPG key to view the event information such as event name, event time.
3. Press Yellow key to view the detailed information of the current event.
4. Press EXIT key to exit the menu.

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GETTING STARTED
Navigation in the main menu
1. Press MENU key to bring up the main menu or return to previous.
2. Press / key to move left/right to the desired sub menu.
3. Press OK key to enter into the sub menu you select.
4. Press EXIT key to exit the main menu.
The main menu is divided into 7 sections please refer to the menu tree below.

Menu Tree
Timer Setting
System Setting
Menu Settings, Video Settings, Play Settings, Time Settings
Channel Manage
Parental Control
EPG
Installation
Manual Search, Auto Search, Version Info, Factory Default, Upgrade
USB Menu

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INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Instructions
< Starting up for the First Time >
1. Turn on your TV and STB.
2. If it is the first time using the STB, below is an explanation of the menu settings.
Press the MENU button to bring up the following screen.

< Menu Information >

2.2 Timer setting


You can program the STB to perform a certain event at a specified time using the
Timer Settings. Entering Timer Settings will show the following screen.
Use the UP/Down button to select the item, and change the parameters using
Left/Right button.

NO.
You can select up to 25 timer entries.
Date / Start Time
You can set the date and start time of the program you intend to record.
Mode
Choose ON activates the timer.

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INSTRUCTIONS
Event
You can set the action (LivePlay/Power Off) that you would like the STB to perform
when the timer is triggered.
Channel
You can select Channel.

2.3 System Settings


Press the Right button, then press OK button in System Setting menu. The following
screen will appear.

< Menu Setting >


In this menu, you can use the Left/Right button to change the settings, Up/Down to
select the item or press EXIT to cancel.
Transparency
This setting controls the OSD transparency level.
Info Timeout
Select the duration of the visibility when the banner is displayed.
< Video Setting >
Resolution
You can select the display mode (1080i/720p/576p).
OutputFreq
You can switch freq between 50Hz and 60Hz.
Ratio
You can switch aspect ratio between 4:3 and 16:9 Widescreen.
Color Format
You can set Color Format one of Auto, PAL and NTSC. The STB will automatically
convert and output the color mode regardless of the current programs color system.

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INSTRUCTIONS

< Play Setting >


In this menu, you can use the Left/Right button to change the settings, Up/Down to
select the item or press EXIT to cancel.
Use Left/Right button you can select the mode of screen display when changing
channels (Freeze/Blank).
Use Left/Right button you can select the ARconversion (lgnore/ Pan&Scan
/LetterBox/ Combined).
Use Left/Right button you can select the LCN mode (ON/OFF).
Use Left/Right button you can select the SPDIF type (PCM/AC3).
< Time Setting >
In this menu, you can use the Left/Right button to change the Local Time and the
settings, Up/Down to select the item or press EXIT to cancel.

Time Zone: Use Left/Right button you can set the time using GMT in Time Zone
setting.
Summer Time: Use Left/Right button you can select the Summer Time mode to
(ON/OFF).

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INSTRUCTIONS
2.4 Channel Manager
In this menu, you can use the Left/Right button to change the settings, Up/Down to
select the item or press EXIT to cancel. (The default password is 0000.)

Lock: lock a channel or unlock. If Channel lock status is enabled, you must enter
PIN code to view the channel.
Delete: You can delete selected channels. Be aware that the function can
completely delete the saved channels. When you delete a channel in the
menu of Edit Channels, the channel is also deleted from the Favorite List.
Move: You can move a channel position. First press the OK button to pick up the
channel. A check mark will be shown next to the selected channel. Use the
cursor to move to the position you want and press the OK button to drop the
channel.
Alter: Use Alter button to switch between TV and FAV channel lists.
You can create up to 3 lists of your favorite channels. The default favorite list names
are Fav1 ,Fav2 ,Fav3 .
Move cursor to the required channel with Up/Down buttons, and then press OK
button on the remote controller to add the channel to the current favorites list. One
channel can be selected into more than one favorite list. You can change default
favorite lists by pressing the FAV button.
You may access the favorite list if you press the FAV button while you are watching
TV in Normal State.

2.5 Parental Control


In this menu, you can use the Left/Right button to change the settings, Up/Down to
select the item or press EXIT to cancel. (The default password is 0000.)

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INSTRUCTIONS

< Lock Setting >


Menu Lock
Setting Menu Lock to Open will require you to input a correct PIN code to enter the
main menu.
Start Lock
Setting Start Lock to Open will require you to input a correct PIN code to watch
programs that you have locked.
Parent Block
Setting Parent Block to Open will require you to input a correct PIN code to watch
programs that you have locked. (No Block, Block ALL, G and Above, etc.)

< Password Set > (The default password is 0000)


To change the current PIN code, input the current PIN code then input the new PIN
code you want to use. You must confirm this new PIN code again.

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INSTRUCTIONS
2.6 EPG
EPG shows the event information on the current and all channels. The event is
displayed only for the channels that have EPG information. If you press EPG, the
following screen will appear.

If you press the OK button on a highlighted channel the channel will appear on
screen. Press the UP/DOWN button to select channel. Press the LEFT/RIGHT
button to view EPG of a particular channel on a daily basis. Press the Blue button to
alter to the program window. Pressing the Yellow button will access an information
page on the highlighted program. Press the EXIT button to close the EPG menu.

2.7 Installation
Use Left/Right button to select the Installation Menu. Press OK and the following
screen will appear.

< Manual Search >


1. If you press OK in Manual Search of the Installation Menu, the following screen
will appear.
2. Use the Up/Down button to select the item, and change the settings with the
Left/Right and number (0~9) buttons. (Used to change input frequency)

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INSTRUCTIONS
3. Once the settings have been entered then press the OK button to scan current
channel or press EXIT button to go back.

< Auto Search >


If you press OK in Automatic Search of Installation Menu, the STB will scan TV and
RADIO programs automatically. (The default password is 0000)
< Version Info >
Show the hardware and software version.

< Factory Default >


Deletes all the data and settings currently saved and brings the system to the initial
status.
< Upgrade >
Upgrade the software. (The default password is 0000, this function only be used
by qualified technician)

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INSTRUCTIONS
2.8 USB Menu
Use Left/Right button to select the USB Menu, press OK and the following screen
will appear.

< USB File >


You can see the files in a USB storage device (might not be compatible with all devices)
< USB Upgrade >
An upgrade can be performed using the USB port (only to be advised by DGTEC technician)

2.9 TeleText
If you have selected a channel that contains teletext data, you can press TEXT
button to open the OSD Teletext (available on ch7)
< TV/Radio and Favorite List in Simple Mode >
If you press OK on the remote controller at normal state, the channel list is displayed.
You can switch between TV and Radio list by pressing TV/RADIO button.
You can select one item from favorite list by pressing FAV button.
You can fast preview the channel by pressing the Up/Down button.

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FAQ
Ps1 FAQ
What is a HD STB?
A HDTV STB is a device that receives and decodes high definition TV signals.
A HD STB is generally connected to televisions that are HD ready.

Can I connect my HD STB to a CRT television?


Yes this HD STB can be connected to a CRT television, as long as it supports the
appropriate connections. Picture quality will vary compared to HD ready TVs,
however accessing the additional HD stations is still applicable.

What are the added benefits of a HD STB?


The added benefits of a HD STB include:

. Sharper Pictures
. Clearer Sound
. Widescreen viewing
. Extra Channels

Do I require an antenna in association with this STB?


Yes a professionally installed antenna is recommended.

What aspect ratio does high definition come in?


A high definition signal is transmitted in 16:9 aspect ratio. 16:9 is also known
as widescreen.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Ps2 Trouble Shooting
Check the STB according to the procedures detailed below.
If the STB does not work properly after conducting Problem Solving Protocols,
please contact the technical department. This unit contains dangerous voltages,
never remove the cover.
When not in use for a long period, it is recommended that you unplug the unit from
the main power socket.
Problem

Solution
Check the power cord for defects.

No Power

Check mains power switch is on.


Press power button on RCU.
Check toggle switch on back of unit is on.
Check the Signal Strength Indictor and check

No Reception

the antenna cable and that the antenna has


been inserted correctly.

No Sound
No Video
The remote control is in operation,
but the STB is not responding
No Channels in the Channel List

Volume may be set to low or audio muted.


Check the audio cable connection.
Change video output port or video display type.
Check the video cable connection.
Check the batteries.
Check the battery contact.
Please rescan channels.

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SPECIFICATION
Ps3 Specification
Section

Input Signal

Detailed Section

Explanation

Input Frequency

49 ~ 861MHz UHF& VHF

Input Impedance

75 Ohm

Channel Bandwidth

6M, 7M & 8MHz

OFDM Spectrum

2K/8K-carrier hierarchical

Modulation Mode

QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM

Guard Interval Modes

1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32

Code Modes

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

Algorithm

ISO/IEC 13818-2 MP@HL/MP@ML

Display Video Type

1080i/720p/576p

HD Video Output Type

YPbPr, HDMI

SD Video Output Type

CVBS

Algorithm

MPEG-1 layer I and II, Ac3

Frequency Response

20Hz~20k Hz , 06dBu

Sampling Frequency

32, 44.1, 48KHz

Audio Output Type

Stereo(RCA photo jack)

Digital Audio Output

S/PDIF Optical

Power

AC90 ~ 250V

Operating Frequency

50/60Hz

Operating Temperature

0 ~ 40

Weight

2 kg

Dimension

280mm (W) x 200mm (D) x 45mm (H)

Video

Audio

Power

Environmental
Condition

Note:
1. This product complies with the legal standards and is manufactured under
constant quality control.
2Technical specifications are up-to-date at the time of printing, however can be
subject to changes without prior notice.

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