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Safety Warning

This product has been manufactured to comply with international safety standards.
Please read the following safety precautions carefully.

Safety instructions and Precautions


1. MAINS SUPPLY
• Operate this product only from the type of power supply indicated on the marking label.
• Disconnect the product from the mains before you start any maintenance or installation procedures.

2. OVER LOADING
• Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may result in electronic fire or shock

3. LIQUIDS
• The product should not be exposed to liquid of any kind. In addition, no objects filled with liquid
should be placed on the product.

4. VENTILATION
• The slots on rear of the product must be left uncovered to allow proper airflow into the unit.
• Do not stack electronic equipments on top of the product.

5. ATTACHMENTS
• Do not use any unsupported attachments as these may be hazardous or cause damage to the
product.

6. CONNECTION TO THE TV
• Disconnect the product from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the TV.
Failure to do so can damage the TV.

7. LOCATION
• Place the product indoors to avoid exposing it to lightning, rain or sun. Do not place it near a
radiator or heat register.

8. REPLACEMENTS OF PARTS
• When replacement of parts is required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitution may result in additional damage to the unit.

CAUTION
Back up your system periodically to avoid any potential data loss. NOVATRON
disclaims any responsibility of all sorts of data loss or recovery
CONTENTS
1 Before using the product 4
1.1 Package Contents 4
1.2 Top and Front Panel 5
1.3 Rear Panel 6
1.4 Remote Control 7

2 Connections 10

2.1 Connecting the Antenna 10


2.2 Connecting a VCR 10
2.3 Connecting a DVD player 10
2.4 Connecting the TV 11
2.5 Connecting the audio system 11
2.6 Connecting a PC 11
2.7 Connecting a Local Area Network 11
2.8 Connecting a USB Host 11

3 Basic Operation 12

3.1 Browser Menu 12


3.2 Movie Playback 12
3.3 Music Playback 13
3.4 Viewing Photos 14

4 Installation (Searching for the channels) 16

4.1 Automatic Search 16


4.2 Manual Search 17
5 Recording 18

5.1 Instant Recording 18


5.2 Scheduled Recording by manual 19
5.3 Scheduled Recording by EPG (Electronic Program Guide) 20
5.4 Recorded Program 21
5.5 Time Shifted Recording 25

6 File Manager 23

6.1 Copy or Move 23


6.2 Delete 24

7 Network Setup 25

7.1 Wired Setup 25


7.2 Wireless Setup (Optional) 26
7.3 Browsing on the network 27
7.4 Using Internet Radio 28
7.5 FTP Server 29

8 Setup 31

9 Firmware Update 38

10 Partition and Formatting of hard disk 39

11 Appendix 41

11.1 Trouble shooting 41

11.2 Specification 42
1. Before using this product
This chapter provides detailed instructions on the product and its accessories.

1.1 Package Contents


Check all the package contents before using the product.

Recorder Remote Control Batteries

Users’ Manual AC adapter Power Cord

USB Cable AV Cable Component Cable

NOTE
Product contents may be subject to change.
Cables not specified above must be purchased separately.

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1.2 Top and Front Panel
1. SETUP
Press go to SETUP Menu
2. STOP
Press to stop playing of a file
3. NAVIGATION
Press to go to next step or return to
the previous step
4. PLAY
Press to play the selected file.
5. OK
Press to select a desired item

1. POWER BUTTON
Switches the product on/off.
2. TV OUT BUTTON
changes the TV OUT mode without remote control
3. LED
Indicates TV OUT mode which is currently selected.
4. Infrared receiver
Receives signals from the remote control. Make sure that the path between remote
control and IR is unobstructed.
5. 2” TFT-LCD display
Displays the simple information about system configuration,

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1.3 Rear Panel

1. DC12V

2. USB(PC) Target Port

3. USB HOST Port

4. AV-OUT(Component and Composite)

5. Stereo Audio Out

6. OPTICAL Out

7. HDMI Out

8. LAN(Ethernet 100Base-Tx/10Base-T)

9. ANTENNA-IN for TV Tuner(DVB-T)

10. ANTENNA-OUT for TV Tuner(DVB-T)

11. FAN

12. EURO SCART-IN

13. AV-IN

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1.4 Remote Control

1. POWER Standby mode

2. TV OUT Switch TV OUT mode.

3. SOURCE Press the button to change the input signal


SOURCE.

4. REC.

-. Press the button to begin recording


-. Press the button to resume recording
-. Press the button to use instant recording function
5. TIME SHIFT

Press the button to use Time Shift function

6. SETUP
Press the button to go directly to SETUP Menu

7. Number button

-. Press to change the channel.


-. Press to enter numeric changing settings.

8.
-. Press the button to move to next or previous file

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9. MUTE Mute the audio temporarily.

10. STOP Press to stop playing a file

11. PLAY/PAUSE

-. Press the button to play a file

-. Press the button again to stop the current file

-. Press the button to resume playback of this file.

12. VOL + / - Adjusts the audio volume.

13. HOME Home screen which displays RECORD/AV IN/FILE

MANAGER/SETUP.

14. ARROW Press the buttons to navigate the menus.

15. OK Press the button to select a menu or confirm the

user’s action.

16. REW / FF

-. Press the buttons to rewind/forward the playback of recorded file.

-. Whenever you press, the playback speed increase by 5 steps.

17. RETURN

-. Goes back to the previous screen

-. Press the button to cancel user’s action.

18. INFO Press the button to display the information of

recording.

19. EPG Press the button to display the Electronic Program

Guide.

20. MEDIA

Navigate through All,, Movies, Music or Photo icons on Browser

menu

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21. EJECT Safely remove attached storage

22. i-Radio Goes directly to folder named Internet Radio

23. GOTO Press the button to go to a specific point.

24. SLOW

Press the button to change the playback speed into the slow motion

mode.

25. A - B

Press the button to set the beginning and end points of a section to

repeat

26. SHUFFLE

Press the button to switch random and sequential playback.

27. ZOOM

Press the button to zoom in/out the screen during watching a file.

28. ROTATE Press the button to rotate a picture by 4 angles.

29. BOOK MARK

Press the button to add or delete the current position as a bookmark.

30. SLEEP Press the button to set the timing to turn the product off

automatically.

31. DVD MENU Press the button to display DVD menu.

32. AUDIO Press the button to view the audio track.

33. S. TITLE Press the button to view subtitles

34. SYNC Press the button to synchronize the video and subtitle

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2. Connections

2.1 Connecting the Antenna


1. Connect your aerial to ANTENNA-IN (Line ⑥)

2. Connect the ANTENNA-OUT of the product and the aerial input of the TV using an

RF cable (Line ⑫)

2.2 Connecting a VCR


Use the SCART cable when connecting to a VCR and other audiovisual equipment

(Line ④)

2.3 Connecting a DVD player

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Use the composite or SCART cable when connecting to a DVD player and other

audiovisual equipment (Line ③ or ④)

2.4 Connecting the TV


Select the most appropriate procedure for your convenience.

• Connect the product and TV by using a RCA cable (Line ⑨)

• Connect the product and TV by using a Component cable (Line ⑩)

• Connect the product and TV by using a HDMI cable (Line ⑬)

2.5 Connecting the audio system


Select the most appropriate procedure for your convenience.

• Connect the product and the audio system by using a RCA cable(Line ⑨)

• Connect the product and the audio system by using a optical cable(Line ⑪)

• Connect the product and the audio system by using a HDMI cable(Line ⑬)

2.6 Connecting a PC
Use USB cable to connect a PC(Line ①)

2.7 Connecting a Local Area Network


Connect LAN port to configure the local area network (Line ⑦)

2.8 Connecting a USB Host

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Connect the USB devices (Line ⑧)

3. Basic Operation
3.1 Browser Menu
Home screen menu is displayed when your press HOME on the remote control. The
icons on the Browser menu (default) let you to browse your media library.
The Movies, Music and Photo icons represent files for the different media types. “All”
icon will display available media files in the current folder.

3.2 Movie Playback

• Select Movies icon by pressing MEDIA

on remote control. The screen will display


available video files.

• You can navigate video files by using

buttons to scroll through the list

• To begin playback of a single file, highlight

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the file and then press OK.

Video Play Controls


Use these buttons on the remote control to control video playback.
Button Function

Stops video playback

Pause or resume video playback


Resume playback on the selected position(video scan)

Scan video (press repeatedly to select the scan speed)

Using Video Repeat


Use this option to repeat the video currently playing. To set the video repeat mode :
1. During video playback, press SHUFFLE. The option appears on the top of the screen.
2. Press repeatedly until the repeat mode you want is displayed. Options include :

• OFF – The video file(series file) will be just repeated once.

• Repeat – The current video is played repeatedly until you press STOP

• All – All the files in the current video folder are played in sequence, and

repeatedly, until you press STOP

Displaying the Video information panel


Use this option to display the video information panel on the top of screen. To view the
Information Panel of current video, press button during the video playback.

3.3 Music Playback

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• Select Music icon by pressing MEDIA on

remote control. The screen will display


available audio files.

• You can navigate audio files by using

buttons to scroll through the list.

Music Play Controls


Use these buttons on the remote control to control music playback.
Button Function

Stop audio playback

Playback audio file

Scan the audio playback forward or backward

Music Shuffle Mode


Use this option to set the audio tracks in the current music folder to play in random order.
To enable music shuffle mode :

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1. During music playback, press SHUFFLE.
The option opens at the top of screen.
2. Press repeatedly until the shuffle mode you
want is displayed. Options include :

• OFF – All the audio tracks in the current

folder are played in sequence, and once, until


you press STOP

• Shuffle

• Repeat

• All

• Once

3.4 Viewing Photos

• Select Photo icon by pressing MEDIA on remote

control.

• You can navigate image files by using

buttons to scroll through the list

• You can navigate previous or next 10th image file

from the one in the current list by using


buttons

Photo Slideshow
This player allows you to create a slideshow using the contents of a photo folder.
To start a slide show:

1. Select the photo folder containing the image files you want in the slide show.
2. Highlight the image files in the current folder, then press PLAY/PAUSE to start the
slideshow

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To listen to background music with a slideshow:
1. Select the audio files you want to accompany the slide show
2. Copy them into the photo folder you want in the slide show

To listen to background music with a slideshow, the audio files and pictures must be
included in the same folder.

Repeating a Slideshow
Use this option to set the slideshow to play in a loop sequence.
To set the slide show repeat mode:

During the slideshow, press REPEAT/SHUFFLE, then press this button repeatedly until
the repeat mode you want is displayed. Options include:

• Not repeating: The slideshow is played once

• Change status to repeat: The slideshow is played repeatedly until you press STOP

Photo Display Options


Rotating the Picture
Use this option to rotate the image clockwise. This setting does not affect the original file’s
orientation. During the photo viewing, press ROTATE, then press this button repeatedly
until the rotation you want is set.

Using Photo Zoom


Use this option to change the viewing scale of the image display. During the photo
viewing, press ZOOM, then press this button repeatedly until the scale you want is shown.

Displaying the Picture information panel


Use this option to display the Picture Information Panel on the top of the screen. This
panel shows the following information about the current picture:

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• Image file name

• Image’s sequence number and the total number of

image files in the current folder

4. Installation(Searching for the channels)


This will guide you through the installation procedure to automatically search for the digital
channels. You will also run this installation after the product has been returned to the
Factory Reset.

4.1 Automatic Search


Wait while channel search continues. This may take a few minutes.

1. Select Channel Scan and then press OK

2. During the channel search, the cursor is


located at CANCEL. Therefore, if you
press OK button during the search, the
search will stop and the channels found
until then will be displayed.

3. If the search does not find any channels,


then select Channel Scan button to
search for the channels again. Make sure
that you have connected your aerial
correctly.

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4. You can delete the unwanted channels
from the found channels.

NOTE
If you exit the installation without fully completing the channel searching procedure, you
may not have all of the channels available. In this case, you can use channel scan menu
to search for the channels.

4.2 Manual Search


You can search channels manually by searching parameters.

1. Press HOME, press the SETUP icon and


then the screen like the left figure will be
shown.

2. Select Channel Scan, highlight MANUAL


SCAN and then press OK.

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3. Enter the channel to search. When
entering channel value, the appropriate
frequency value is displayed.

5. Recording
The product provides various recording modes such as instant recording and scheduled
recording. It supports standard DTV features such as EPG (Electronic Program Guide) and
Time shifting.
5.1 Instant Recording
The instant recording function records the
channel displayed currently.
1. Press the REC button to record current
channel instantly.
2. Press the REC button repeatedly until the
recording duration you want is displayed.
Options includes :

• REC OFF

• REC 30 min – 60 min – 90 min – 120 min

180 min – 240 min

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3. Press button to see the detailed
information about the recorded program.

4. Press button to stop recording the

current channel.
5. If you move to other channel, stops instant
recording. Do not switch channels while
recording using this function.

Note :

• Ensure that there is enough free space before recording. If the free space on the hard

disk drive is insufficient, recording will stop. Recording one hour of program may require
up to 2 or 3GB of hard disk space.

• The first partition of the local hard disk drive must be formatted in NTFS.

• The recorded program is saved in the folder named My Recordings.

5.2 Scheduled Recording by manual


You can set a service to be recorded at a specific time. Even if the player is in standby
mode, it will switch into operation mode and start recording at a specified time.

1. Press HOME, select Record Schedule


and then press OK.
2. Select Add a new schedule and press OK
to add a new timer event.

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3. The box like the left figure will be shown.
Set the Type, Date, Duration, Cycle,
Quality by using , , , .
4. The following message will be shown.
Select “Yes” to save the changes.

5. This player will be turned on automatically


around three minutes before the
scheduled timing.

5.3 Scheduled recording by EPG(Electronic Program Guide)


With the Electronic Program Guide (EPG), you can check the schedule of DTV service or
event, view detailed information about them. DTV EPG function is not available in analog
TV or external input device.
Press EPG button to record or see the desired service or event
General EPG Screen

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① Service list

• Shows the list of all services currently available. As you press button, the rows in
the event name list will be refreshed correspondingly.

② ~ ③ Event name list

• Shows the names of current events in a grid of rows and columns. You can check
scheduled event information up to several days ahead, depending on conditions.

④ Picture window

⑤ Event name

Press to open or close EPG Screen

Press to change the service list

• Press to move EPG date forward

• Press to move EPG date backward

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• Press to scroll up the event name list

• Press to scroll down the event name list

Press to record the desired channel in DTV mode

5.4 Recorded program

1. Press RECORD SCHEDULE button.

2. Select STATUS by using / button.


The recorded program list will appear.

Note :
• The program being recorded will be added to the recorded program list

• The start time of scheduled recording cannot be set within the duration of scheduled

recording to start first.

Displayed when the program is being recorded. No deleting and editing is


Lock
feasible.
Ready Displayed only if the program is reserved for recording

3. Select the desired reservation using


/ and press OK.

4. The following popup menu will appear


and you can pause scheduled recording.

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1. Move to Delete icon.

2. After selecting reserved program using


/ , press OK.

3. The following popup menu will appear


and then press Yes.

Note: If the status of reserved program is set to Lock, you cannot delete the program.

1. Move to History icon.

2. Press OK by using / , to delete a


recorded program.

OK Displayed if the recording is completed successfully


FAIL Displayed if the program fails to be recorded
5.5 Time Shifted Recording
You can perform Time Shifted recording while watching the currently broadcasting TV
program. If you press the TIME SHIFT button on the remote control, the current program is
paused. And the program is resumed from that point
If you press the INFO button while watching
TV, the time bar information will be
displayed. Time bar displays the time gap
between the broadcasting point and
watching point and the amount of
temporarily saved program.

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Note: Time shift makes the time gap between the broadcasting (live) point and watching point.
Press the STOP button to go to the live program.

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6. File Manager
This section describes how to copy, move or delete the files or folders from one storage
device to another one.

6.1 Copy or Move


1. Press HOME and select File Manger icon.

2. Select source storage and press OK.


3. Select the folders or files you want to copy
or move, press PLAY/PAUSE and then the
screen like left figure will be shown.

4. Press and then select destination


storage.
5. Locate the folder to copy or move the
selected files or folders and press .
The message like left figure will be shown.
Select “Copy” or “Move” and then press
OK

• Item with V displayed in red indicates it is currently selected.

• Select “want to create New Folder?” to create a new folder into the destination storage.

Enter Folder Name by using , , , and then select OK.

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6.2 Delete
1. Press HOME and select File Manger icon.

2. Select source storage and press OK.


3. Select the folders or files you want to delete,
press PLAY/PAUSE and then the screen
like left figure will be shown.

4. Press and the screen like left figure will


be shown. Select Recycle Bin icon and
then press OK.

5. The following message will be shown.


Highlight Delete and press OK.

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7. Network Setup
This chapter will guide you through the network settings such as wired, wireless and FTP.

7.1 Wired Setup


4.1.1 DCHP(AUTO)
If your network supports DHCP, set this option
to receive an automatic IP address and subnet
mask assignment.

1. Press HOME and select Setup icon.


2. Select Network icon and press OK.

3. Select Wired Setup and press OK.


4. Select DHCP IP and press OK
5. Select OK, press OK. A confirmation
prompt appears and select OK to save
setting.

NOTE: You may enter DNS server IP manually


depending on the router available.

4.1.2 Static IP (Manual)


Use this menu to manually configuring the IP
address, Subnet mask, Default Gateway, DNS
Server IP.
1. Select Static IP and press OK.
2. An on-screen menu opens
3. Enter IP addresses, Subnet Mask, Default
Gateway, DNS Sever (Provided by your ISP)
by using the NUMERIC (0 ~ 9) buttons and
press OK.
4. A pop will appear and press OK to apply
changes.

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7.2 Wireless Setup(Optional)
This section allows you to make changes to the wireless network settings.

1. Connect USB Wi-Fi adapter to USB host


port of this player.
2. Press HOME and select Setup icon.
3. Select Network icon and press OK.
4. Select Wireless Setup and press OK.
5. Select Infrastructure (AP) and press OK.

5. Select AUTO and press OK. List of Access


Points (AP) will be displayed available
within your range. Select the AP you
connect to and press OK.
6. If the security is enabled on the AP you
connect to, an on-screen keyboard will be
shown. Enter the encryption key by using
/ / / and then select OK.

7. The following message will be shown


when the wireless connection is configured
But, if encryption key is wrong or the AP
does not match with the setting, the failure
message will be shown.

NOTE: If your wireless signal seems week in


some spots, place your router as close as
possible to USB module.

If you play high definition files over wireless


connection, you may experience the stutter.

If you use an USB Wi-Fi adapter with other


USB device, it may not work properly.

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7.3 Browsing on the network
This section describes how to playback the multimedia files shared on the local area
network (Ethernet or WLAN). Make sure that this player is connected on the network.
1. Press HOME and select Browser icon.
This icon on this screen lets you browse
your media library.
2. Select Network icon and press OK.
3. Workgroup lists will be displayed on your
network. Locate the workgroup and all the
shared files and folders available will be
displayed on the screen.

◆ Windows XP(Win2000 server) User

To access the shared folder, enable Guest


Account.

① Double click Computer Management.

② Open Local Users and Groups and

expand the Users folder.

③ Double click Guest, and the Guest

Properties window will appear. Make sure


that the check mark next to account is
disabled.

4. To begin playback of the file you want,


highlight it and the press OK.

NOTE

◆ You can turn the firewall function off if

needed.

◆ It may take several minutes, to load and

play the shared media files depending on

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the network connection and size of shared
media files

7.4 Using Internet Radio

1. Create a folder in the hard drive by


connecting to a PC.
2. Visit the directory of community free
online radio station (e.g.
www.shoutcast.com) to enjoy internet
radio with this player
3. If you find a radio station, right click on
the station, and choose “save target as”
to save it to the folder. This player
currently supports M3U and PLS
streaming audio formats.

4. You can remove unnecessary items from


the PLS file by using the program such
as Word pad in your PC
5. Disconnect the player from the PC.

6. Make sure that the player is connected to


wired or wireless LAN.
7. Press HOME. To listen to the favorite
internet radio, select folder > internet
radio from Browser menu, and then
press OK.

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When you press i-Radio on remote control,
it will display the station lists in the Internet
Radio folder you create.

NOTE:

• LAN connection required for access to internet radio station.

• The radio station needs to be saved as M3U or PLS format to include streaming URL.

7.5 FTP Server


This menu lets you determine how to copy, move and delete the files between PC and this
player on the network. Make sure that the network settings are correct and FTP client
program is installed on your PC to use FTP service

1. Press HOME and then select Setup icon.

Use the right navigation button to select a


Network icon, and press ENTER.

2. If the network is set to DHCP, IP addresses


(e. g. 192.168.xxx. xxx) will be assigned
automatically from router. The IP addresses
may vary, depending on your network
settings.

3. Select FTP User Name to change User


Name, and press OK. An on-screen
keyboard opens.

4. Enter User Name using / / /


button and then press OK.

5. Select FTP Password to change Password,


and then press OK. An on-screen keyboard
opens

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6. Enter NEW Password using / / /
button and then press OK.

7. Enter NEW Password again to confirm verify


password, and press OK.

The default FTP User Name is guest and


default password is 0000.

To use FTP service, make sure FTP client program is installed on your PC. You can
download legal FTP client software (e.g. FileZilla) and install it on your PC. The following
explains how to use FTP service by using FileZilla software

8. When you have installed FileZilla and run


this software from the installed location,
the screen like the left figure is shown.

9. To log on the FTP server, you must type


host, user name and password and define
the port number (default: 21) as shown
below.

NOTE: For the detailed use of FileZilla, refer


to the online help of the website of this
software.

10. When you log on the FTP server, the


screen on the left will be shown. The
folders and files on the player will be
shown on the right window.

11. Drag the files and drop them to the folder


directly to transfer. You can view the real-
time status of file transfer as shown below.

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** NOTE **
1. It is needed to limit the maximum
number of connections for a single
account for the proper operation.

2. Network connection may be disabled


depending on connectivity of FTP
available during the uploading of high-
resolution files.

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8. Setup
This chapter describes how to set up the TV, video, audio, recording and system. You can
set the options such as the parental control, time setting and firmware upgrade.

To access the Setup menu, select Setup


on Home menu and press the OK button.
You can easily access by pressing the
Setup button on your remote control.

8. 1 TV
8.1.1 DTV Region
Use this option to select your country or
location.

8.1.2 Channel Scan


AUTO
This player automatically detects all
available services in your area.

MANUAL
Manually add a new carrier by entering the
desired carrier number or frequency band

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8.1.3 Channel Set
You can delete the unwanted channels from
the searched channels.

8.2 Audio
8.2.1 Night Mode

◆ OFF Turns off night mode or the

comfort option

◆ ON Decreases audio output to a

soft level for nighttime listening

◆ Comfort Softens audio output only for

sudden loud portions of an


audio track

8.2.2 Digital Output

Select this option if you are using an optical


connection to output surround sound.

◆ HDMI LPCM Use with an HDMI

connection. Outputs audio signal with multi-


channel simulation whenever possible.

◆ HDMI RAW Use with an HDMI connection.

Outputs digital audio without decoding.

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◆ Optical LPCM Use with an optical

connection. Outputs audio signal with multi-


channel simulation whenever possible.

◆ Optical RAW Use with an optical

connection. Outputs digital audio without


decoding.

8.3 Video
8.3.1 Aspect Ratio

Use this option to select the way videos are


displayed.

• Letter Box

• Pan & Scan

• 16 : 9

The default setting is 16 : 9. Make sure your


TV can support this resolution, or this default
setting can result in a distorted video display.

8.3.2 Brightness

You can use the on-screen menu to change


the brightness according to personal
preference. Adjust the brightness by pressing
/ .

8.3.3 Contrast

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You can use the on-screen menu to change
the contrast according to personal preference.
Adjust the Contrast by pressing / .

8.3.4 TV Out

Use this option to select the video display


resolution and TV color encoding system.

8.4 REC
8.4.1 Quality

Select this option to set the quality of


recorded video.

Recording Mode Bit rate Resolution(PAL) Resolution(NTSC)


HQ 9.5Mbps 720 x 576 720 x 480
SP 5.1Mbps 720 x 576 720 x 480
LP 3.5Mbps 720 x 576 720 x 480

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EP 2.5Mbps 325 x 576 352 x 480
SLP 1.7Mbps 325 x 576 352 x 480

8.4.2 Auto Chapter

Use this option to add DVD chapter marks


automatically at the certain time interval

8.4.3 Permanent Time shift

The default setting is off. Leave it unchanged


when you do not use this option.

8.5 Network
This option allows you to set the network setting. For more details, please go to Chapter 7.

8.6 System
8.6.1 OSD Language

Select this option to choose OSD (On Screen


Display) language you prefer.

8.6.2 Time Setting

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Select this option to set the current time.

Manual

Select Manual.

Enter YEAR /MONTH/DAY using / /


/ or NUMBER (0~9) buttons.

Enter HOUR/MIN./SEC. using / /

/ or NUMBER (0~9) buttons.

④ Press OK and save changes.

Auto

Set the time automatically when you tune the


terrestrial channel for a certain period of time.

8.6.3 Parental Control

You can set parental control for each program.


You can also change your password.

NOTE
The default password is 0000. If you have
forgotten your password, please contact your
local distributor.

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1) Lock System

This option allows you to activate the parental


control.

2) Change Password

Enter Current Password using the


NUMBER (0-9) button.

Enter New Password using the NUMBER


(0-9) button.

Enter the New Password again to confirm


password.

3) TV Rating

Use this option to block program according to


the age level.

8.7 Photo
8.7.1 Slide Show Timing

Use this option to set the time interval


between pictures in the slideshow.

8.7.2 Slide Show Effect

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Use this option to select the method to
display the next slide in a slideshow.

8.7.3 Background Music

Use this option to listen to your favorite music


with the slide show.
NOTE: Make sure that the video and audio
files be included in the same folder.

9. Firmware Update
In order to maintain proper performance of the product, it is essential to have the most up-to-date
software.
Important: Make sure AC power adapter remains connected during the firmware
update. A power disruption during the update process can corrupt the system firmware.
If the power is off during firmware update, fatal damage may be caused to the product.
9.1 Updating firmware from HDD
Copy the latest firmware file (install.img) on the root directory of the hard disk drive.
Press HOME and select Setup icon, and
then press OK.
Move to System icon, and then select
Firmware Update option. Highlight
SystemUpgrade and press OK. This will
restart the system.

④ After restarting, the system automatically enters firmware upgrade mode.

⑤ Once the update process is completed, the player will start again. Once the player

9.2 Updating firmware from USB drive


Copy the latest firmware file (install.img) to a USB drive’s root directory.
Connect the USB drive to the player’s USB port.

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Press HOME and select Setup icon, and
then press OK.

④ Move to System icon, and then select

Firmware Update option. Highlight System


Upgrade and press OK. This will restart the
system.

After restarting, the system automatically enters firmware upgrade mode.


Once the update process is completed, the player will start again. Once the player
restarts, the new firmware is automatically loaded.

Note:
• Other functions will not activate while firmware update takes place

• It may take 3 ~ 5 minutes to update firmware.

10. Partition and formatting of hard disk


Important: Back up your valuable data before formatting the hard disk. Formatting
the hard disk will delete all files permanently.

1. Under Windows 2000/XP/Vista, you can make a partition and format the hard disk by
using the Disk Manager Utility.

2. Right click on My Computer, and select


Manage. The screen like the left figure
will be shown and then choose disk
management.

3. The disk list will appear in the right side


of the windows. Right click on the hard
disk and select New Partition to create
the new partition on the chosen disk.

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4. When the New Partition Wizard appears,
press Next.

5. Select Primary partition and click Next

6. Select the partition size. If you want one


partition, press Next. For FAT32, the size
is limited to Max. 32000MB

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7. Click Next.

8. Select File system and click Next. If you


choose FAT32 file format, maximum size
of drive will be limited to 32GB.

NOTE: We do not recommend FAT32 File


System to record DTV or use time shift

9. When completed, the detailed information


will be shown like the left figure and then
click Finish.

11. Appendix
11.1 Trouble Shooting
If the product does not work properly after checking it, please contact your local dealer.
Don’t open the product. It may result in a dangerous electric shock and will invalidate your
warranty.

Problem Possible Causes What to do

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The display on front panel The main power cable is Check that the main power
does not light up. not connected cable is plugged into the wall
outlet.
Wrong connection of the Connect the audio/video
audio/video output of the output of the product to TV
No picture, no sound. product to TV. correctly.
No or Bad signal message Connect the antenna cable
appears correctly.
The remote control unit does No batteries. Change the batteries (both).
not work. The remote control unit is Aim the remote control unit
incorrectly aimed. properly to the product.
Bad picture or noisy sound Bad reception of the Make sure the antenna is
in the TV mode. signal. clean and correctly adjusted.
Time shift does not work Wrong file format Make sure that the first
partition of the local drive is
formatted to NTFS
Does not recognize the hard The hard disk is not Make sure that the hard disk
disk correctly partitioned and has been correctly partitioned
formatted and formatted.

11.2 Specification
Chipset & Tuner
Chipset Realtek RTD1283DD 400MHz
Tuner DVB-T HD (Analog TV is not supported)

Recording
Video Format MPEG2 main profile, MPEG4 high profile
Audio Format MPEG1 Layer 2 (Stereo)
TS(Transfer Stream), HQ(720x576i, 8Mbps/48KHz, 256Kbps), SP, LP, EP,
Mode
S-LP

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Method Time Shift, Instant Recording, Scheduled Recording by manual
Scheduled Recording with EPG (for Digital TV)

Decoding(Playback)
Video Format MKV, RM, RMVB, MOV, FLV, MP4, ASF, WMV, AVI, M2TS, DAT, MPG
MPEG, M4V, ISO, IFO, VOB, TS, TP, TRP
Codec H.264, MPEG1/2/4, VCD, SVCD, WMV9, RealVideo8/9/10(Up to 1280 x 720)
M-JPEG(640x480x30p, 840x480x10p), Resolution up to 1920 x 1080p
Audio Format AAC, AC3, DTS, FLAC, M3U, OGG, RA, RM, MP3, WAV

Codec Dolby Digital Pus, Dolby Digital AC3 and DTS, LPCM, ADPCM, RA-cook

Photo Lossless JPEG(Progressive JPEG not supported), PNG, GIF, BMP

Subtitle SMI, SUB, IDX+SUB, SRT, SSA , ASS, DVD subtitle, Embedded in AVI
*** Although this player supports the listed formats, it might not be able to
support every codec used to create the files.
A/V & Data In/Out
Video-In Euro SCART, COMPOSITE
Viedo-Out HDMI 1.3, Component(Y Pb Pr), Composite(RCA)

Audio-In Euro SCART(Stereo), COMPOSITE(L/R Stereo)

Audio-Out Optical(Digital), Stereo(Analog)

USB USB 2.0 Target x 1EA, USB 2.0 Host x 2EA

LAN Ethernet(100Base-Tx/10Base-T)
Wireless LAN(802.11n) : USB Dongle Type (Optional)
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Swedish,
OSD Language Turkish, Greek, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Polish, Romanian,
Hebrew
Physical Dimension 180 mm(W) x 140mm(D) x 70 mm(H)

AC/DC Adapter Input : AC100V ~ 240V 50/60Hz 1,5 A Output : DC12V 3.0A
* Specification may be changed without any notification

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