FCC Information - Auburn Essential 2012. 3. 1.¢  Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories

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  • FCC Information This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

    This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

    If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

    • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. • Only shielded interface cable should be used.

    Finally, any changes or modifications to the equipment by the user not expressly approved by the grantee or manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate such equipment.

  • User Manual v3.0.26 © 2011 Nagravision SA. All Rights Reserved.  In order to provide you with the best user experience available, there will be  periodic upgrades to the system software. The examples and explanations used 

    what you will see onscreen. 

    System Software Livewire Version 3.0.26 Developed by Nagravision Consumer Electronics

    This digital device has been manufactured by Digital Multimedia Technology Co., Ltd.

    Conditional Access Technology by

    Under Licensing and Resale Agreements with Nagravision

    Quick Connect: What’s in the Box

    Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

    in this manual are subject to availability and are for demonstration purposes only and are subject to change without nofification and may not accurately represent 

    Smart CardDMT-200HD All Digital Device

    AC Adapter IR Extension Coaxial Cable

    Mini-To-RCA Connector

    Velcro Tape

  • Table of Contents1 Introduction

    2

    Table of Contents 1.1 Front Panel 4 1.2 Rear Panel 5 1.3 Connecting Your All Digital Device 6 2.2 Getting Program Info 18

    More Program Info 18 2.3 Navigating the Zap Browser 19

    Browsing Channels 20 Setting a Timer 21 Exiting the Zap Browser 21

    2.4 Navigating the Guide 22 The Dayshifter 23 Program Information 23 Setting a Timer 24

    3.1 Main Menu 26 3.2 Favorites/Themes 27

    Edit Favorites 28 3.3 Parental Controls 29 3.4 Timers 30

    3.5 System Settings 31 Language Settings 31 Video Settings 31 TV Settings 32 Closed Captioning 33 PIN-Code 34 Installation 34 System Information 35 Conditional Access 35 Tuning Status 36 Reset System 36

    4.1 Onscreen Help 38 Receive Channel Block and Troubleshooting Messages Onscreen 39

    4.2 Problem Solving: All Digital Device 40

  • Front PanelAll Digital Device1

    4

    CHANNEL UP/DOWN BUTTONS Navigates through the channel lineup

    IR EXTENSION INPUT Located on the right side of the All Digital Device. The IR extension input and cable are only needed if the All Digital Device is out of direct line of sight of the remote control.

    POWER BUTTON Switches Power On or into Stand-By Mode

    LED LED Lights up green when power is on. Lights up red when in Stand-By Mode.

    l

    1.1 Front Panel

  • Rear Panel All Digital Device 1

    5

    SMART CARD SLOT Insert the Smart Card into the rear of the All Digital device. Use only the Smart Card that was shipped in the same carton as the All Digital Device.

    Cable In RF Input (Coax Cable) Connects the All Digital Device to a TV, VCR or receiver using a coax cable.

    HDMI Out HDMI Output (HDMI Cable) Connects All Digital Device to a high definition TV, VCR or receiver.

    AV Out Video Output (Mini-to-RCA Connectors) Video (Yellow), Right (Red) and Left (White) connect to a TV, VCR or receiver.

    CH3/CH4 Switch Selects TV Channel 3 or 4 as the output channel to your TV when the All Digital Device is connected using a coax cable from TV Out.

    TV Out RF Output (Coax Cable) Connects the All Digital Device to a TV, VCR or receiver using a coax cable.

    Power Power Supply Connector Connects the All Digital Device to a power source.

    1.2 Rear Panel

  • Connecting Your All Digital DeviceAll Digital Device1

    6

       

         

         

       

          

       

           

    HDMI

    AUDIO

    VIDEO

    CABLE N

    TV INPUTS POWER OUTLET WALL

    CABLE SOURCE

    C

    B

    A

    SMART CARD

    D

    NOTE: Make certain your TV is set to the proper Video Input Mode. (Example: Video 1, Video 2)

    Connect the AC Adaptor to the POWER input on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the AC Adaptor to a power outlet on the wall. (A surge protected power outlet is recommended.)

    RCA Connection to TV

    Use the Mini-to-RCA connector to connect AV OUT on the All Digital Device to the Video (Yellow) and Stereo Audio (Red and White) inputs  on the TV.  

    Connect the wall cable source to CABLE IN on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the All Digital Device to the TV.

    B

    C

    D

    Insert the Smart Card shipped with the All Digital Device into the rear slot, following the directions on the Smart Card.

    A

    AUDIO

    1.3 Connecting Your All Digital Device

  • Connecting Your All Digital Device All Digital Device 1

    7

         

             

        .

       

         

    HDMI

    AUDIO

    V DEO

    CABLE IN

    TV INPUTS

    C

    POWER OUTLET WALL

    CABLE SOURCE

    B

    A

    D

    SMART CARD

    HDMI Connection to TV

    Connect the All Digital Device to the TV. Use an HDMI cable (not included) to connect HDMI OUT on the All Digital Device to the HDMI input on the TV.

    C

    D

    Connect the wall cable source to CABLE IN on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the AC Adaptor to the POWER input on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the AC Adaptor to a power outlet on the wall. (A surge protected power outlet is recommended.)

    Insert the Smart Card shipped with the All Digital Device into the rear slot, following the directions on the Smart Card.

    A

    B

    WALL

  • Connecting Your All Digital DeviceAll Digital Device1

    8

        .

                             

               

         

    POWER OUTLET

    HDMI

    AUDIO

    VIDEO

    CABLE N

    TV INPUTS

    C

    WALL CABLE SOURCE

    B

    A

    D

    SMART CARD

       

         

    Connect the wall cable source to CABLE IN on the All Digital Device

    Connect the All Digital Device to the TV. Use a coaxial cable to connect TV OUT on the All Digital Device to  the ANT jack on the TV.  

    Coaxial Connection to TV

    B

    C

    Insert the Smart Card shipped with the All Digital Device into the rear slot, following the directions on the Smart Card.

    A

    V D

    T R

    D

    Connect the AC Adaptor to the POWER input on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the AC Adaptor to a power outlet on the wall. (A surge protected power outlet is recommended.)

    Select Channel 3 or 4 on the CH3/CH4 switch, and tune to the corresponding channel on the TV.

    E

    NOTE: Use either Channel 3 or 4, whichever one is not used by a local broadcast station. If you are uncertain, try one channel, then the next, selecting the better/clearer option.

  • Connecting Your All Digital Device All Digital Device 1

    9

    Connect the All Digital Device to a VCR or other recording device.

    Depending on the make of a recording device, there are a variety of options to connect the All Digital Device. The All Digital Device can be connected to most recording devices  using coaxial cable or by connecting the Mini-to-RCA connector to the video (yellow) and stereo audio (red and white) RCA inputs.    

    Connection to a VCR or Other Recording Device 

    Connect the AC Adaptor to the POWER input on the All Digital Device.

    Connect the AC Adaptor to a power outlet on the wall. (A surge protected power outlet is recommended.)

    C

    Insert the Smart Card shipped with the All Digital Device into the rear slot, following the directions on the Smart Card.

    A

    Connect the wall cable source to CABLE IN on the All Digital Device. B

    E

    D Connect the VCR or recording device to the TV.

    POWER OUTLET

    E

    HDMI

    AUDIO

    VIDEO

    CAB E N

    INPUT OUTPUT

    VCR INPUTS/O