TELE-audiovision International — The World‘s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine
— 01-02/2013
1. Main menu: All menu items are numbered, which greatly facilitates
all documentation and remote support. Based on the menu number
it is easy to communicate which parameter has to be adjusted and in
what way.
2. We started out by accessing the Input menu and from there going
to Tuner Configuration.
3. The correct frequency has to be entered in menu item 1.1.2 for a
satellite transponder to be received properly.
4. Don’t forget to make sure the right LOF is given in menu item 1.1.3.
5. Now the symbol rate has to be entered in item 1.1.4.
6. This is followed by menu item 1.1.5, which takes care of the correct
polarisation – V or H.
7. The only thing that’s still missing is the high or low band, i.e. 0/22
KHz. You can set this in menu item 1.1.6.
8. Time for a signal scan (menu item 1.1.1 – Prog Parse), which delivers
all channels of the transponder. Each channel can be selected
9. Menu items 1.2 and 1.3 must be accessed to set up the ASI and IP
10. German channel ZDF was selected in this case. This channel was
fed through the ASI input.
11. As far as the IP input is concerned, the correct IP address has
to be entered in sub-menu 1.3.2 first. In addition, the port has to be
entered as well (1.3.3).
12. Right after that, all channels of the IP stream can be listed and
selected in menu item 1.3.1.
13. Numerous adjustment options for video and audio output are
available in the decoder menu.
14. In menu item 3.1.1, for example, the output resolution can be set
as required.
15. Once the desired input is selected in menu 3.5 and a channel
search has been performed in menu 3.4 it is possible to select the
desired channel in menu 3.3. This channel is then available via HDMI,
component video out and composite video out. For monitoring
purposes this channel can also be watched on the built-in mini-
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