Nokia Mediamaster 9860 S Owner's Manual
Nokia Mediamaster 9860 S Owner's Manual

Nokia Mediamaster 9860 S Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 Owner’s Manual MEDIAMASTER 9860 S GB 1...
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Multisatellite/DiSEqC Switch Configuration 17 Channel Search Progress Time Adjustment 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.
  • Page 4: General Operation Of The Mediamaster

    Fax: 00 971 4 287439 • Do not allow the unit to be exposed to hot, cold or humid conditions. • Service should be carried out only at a Nokia Authorised Service Centre. • When bringing the unit from a cold place to...
  • Page 5: Remote Control

    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).
  • Page 6: Rear And Front Panel

    Rear Panel Mains lead DIGITAL AUDIO 95-250 V AC phono connector 50-60 Hz S/PDIF output for connection to a HiFi system AUDIO L R phono connectors Stereo outputs for connection to a HiFi system Front Panel EXIT to return from a menu to normal TV picture Smartcard 1...
  • Page 7: About The Smartcard And Ca Module

    ABOUT THE SMARTCARD AND CA MODULE To be able to receive scrambled digital satellite channels you will need a Smartcard and/or a Common Interface CA (Conditional Ac- cess) module from the Service Provider of your choice. The Service Provider is the programme distributor. If you are subscribing to services from more than one Service Provider, you might have to change between different Smart- cards and/or CA modules.
  • Page 8: Installation Of The Mediamaster

    INSTALLATION OF THE MEDIAMASTER The box for your Mediamaster should contain the following items: • the Mediamaster • a remote control with 2 AAA batteries • a SCART lead (fully featured 1,0 metre) • an aerial/RF lead (double screened 1,5 metres) •...
  • Page 9: Connecting The Mediamaster To The Tv

    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).
  • Page 10: Connecting An Analogue Satellite Receiver And Vcr

    Nokia Smart priority switch (at A B in the diagram) or a Universal Twin LNB. Nokia Smart priority switch • Connect a coaxial cable between output A on the NOKIA Smart priority switch (accessory) to the LNB socket on the analogue receiver.
  • Page 11: Tuning Procedure When Rf Connections Are Used

    Tuning Procedure when RF Connections are Used This procedure is necessary only if your Mediamaster is con- nected to the TV with an RF lead and no SCART leads are used. To tune your TV to the RF signal you might also need your TV manual in addition to this manual.
  • Page 12: First Time Installation

    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 at the bot- tom 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.
  • Page 13: Rf Modulator Type

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION RF Modulator Type If the Mediamaster is connected to the TV with a RF cable, you must select the right RF modulator alternative, which is depend- ent on the country where the Mediamaster is being used. Select “Normal (PAL B/G)” for all other countries than the United Kingdom.
  • Page 14: Antenna Adjustment And Signal Check

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Antenna Adjustment and Signal Check Pressing OK from the selected alternative in the previous menu will display the Antenna Adjustment menu (shown to the right) on the screen. For each satellite, (e.g. NILESAT, HOTBIRD, ASIASAT, ARABSAT or PANAMSAT), up to 4 different channels are preprogrammed and shown in the menu.
  • Page 15: Line 1 Through 5 On The Antenna Satellite Selection Menu

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Line Through Satellite Selection Menu Select one of the alternatives NILESAT, HOTBIRD, ASIASAT, ARABSAT or PANAMSAT when you have a single LNB pointed towards any of these satellites. Then follow the “Antenna Adjustment and Signal Check” in- structions on the previous page.
  • Page 16: Menu

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Line on the Antenna Satellite Selection Menu This selection is necessary only if your satellite choice differs from the preprogrammed satellite alternatives in the following ways; if you do not use a universal LNB or when you have more than two LNB’s.
  • Page 17: Multisatellite/Diseqc Switch Configuration

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Multisatellite/DiSEqC Switch Configuration Select this alternative if your antenna system has more than one LNB. You can connect up to 4 LNBs. The selection of the different LNBs must be controlled by an external switch. Refer to page 15, “Con- nection of a DiSEqC switch.”...
  • Page 18: Channel Search Progress

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Channel Search Progress This menu will be shown as long as the Mediamaster is search- ing for channels to download 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 few minutes.
  • Page 19: Viewing Mode

    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.
  • Page 20: The "I" (Information) Button

    VIEWING MODE The “i” (Information) Button The Mediamaster has the ability to display information about pro- grammes currently being broadcast as well as those being broad- cast next. This procedure is the same for both TV and Radio mode. • By pressing the “i” button while watching TV you will get a special Programme Information Banner.
  • Page 21: List Of Tv Or Radio Channels

    VIEWING MODE List of TV or Radio Channels At the channel search procedure, two Channel lists are created. One list named “All TV” containing all channels, and another named “Free TV” containing only free channels. 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.
  • Page 22: Tv Release (0)

    VIEWING MODE Format If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format, and the transmis- sion 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 infor- mation from the left and right sides of the picture.
  • Page 23: Main Menu

    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 21. Edit Channels From these menus you can create and edit channel lists.
  • Page 24 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 spe- cific name, e.g. “Sport” or “Films.” When a favourite list is selected, you see only those channels defined in the list.
  • Page 25 MAIN MENU Select Channels From this menu you add and remove the channels in your Favour- ite Lists. You use the “All TV” or “All Radio” list as basis to se- lect 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 removed channels, and will contain an “x”...
  • Page 26 MAIN MENU Rearrange Channels From here you can arrange the sequence for the channels within your favourite lists. • With , mark the channel you want to move to a new posi- tion within the list. • Press again and the right side of the marked channel will change to •...
  • Page 27: Update Channels

    While watching a channel, first press OK, then the i button. Update channels via a PC It is also possible to update new channels via internet and a PC. You will find information how this is done on the URL in the channel lists. GB 27...
  • Page 28: System Configuration

    MAIN MENU Guide Please refer to description on page 20. System Configuration You will be asked to enter your access code before you can open this menu. The code is preset to 1234 from the factory. (The code can be changed from the Parental Control menu. Re- fer to page 34.) If you want to customize the system to suit you better, you can specify some settings from the submenus in the “System Con-...
  • Page 29 MAIN MENU 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.
  • Page 30: Edit Satellites

    MAIN MENU Edit Satellites When a new satellite has been sent into orbit, or if you select a not preprogrammed satellite, you can add it to the existing sat- ellite list. To add a new satellite • Select the line “New Satellite”. •...
  • Page 31: Antenna/Satellite Configuration

    MAIN MENU View attributes Chech position and orientation for different satellites by select- ing the line “View Attributes”. Delete Satellite You can also delete an added satellite. (This is not possible for the factory preprogrammed satellites.) If you want to delete the satellite from which you right now are watching a channel, you will get a screen message about how to proceed.
  • Page 32: Tv Settings

    MAIN MENU 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 Media- master, change this setting from RGB to PAL.
  • Page 33: Receiver Upgrade

    Enter this menu to check for new software. If new software is available you will get information in the menu on how to proceed. If you download new software from ”Nokia Internet Pages”, you transfer the software from the computer to the Mediamaster via the serial port.
  • Page 34: Parental Control

    1234. DO NOT FORGET IT! Without it you do not have ac- cess 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.
  • Page 35: System Information

    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. There- fore, it is important that you first check the information in the following menus. System Information This gives general information about which hardware and soft- ware version your Mediamaster is running on.
  • Page 36: Conditional Access

    MAIN MENU Conditional Access This menu will only be activated if you have inserted a valid Smart- card in the slot behind the front lid. If more than one CA system is activated, select the one from which you want information. The Viaccess Conditional Access (CA) System is embedded in the Mediamaster.
  • Page 37: Glossary Of Terms

    GLOSSARY OF TERMS Access Authorisation to use the coding system to purchase / order TV programmes. Automatic Gain Control. Audio system With digital satellite reception, the sound is transmitted in packages and is selected either in a special audio mode or pre-selected by using the installation set-up.
  • Page 38 PROBLEM SOLVING Problem The display on the front panel does not light up/is not lit. No sound or picture, but the front panel shows the time or - - : - -. No sound or picture. No sound or picture on horizontal modulated transponder.
  • Page 39: Problem Solving

    PROBLEM SOLVING Problem The remote control is not working. You see the on-screen message. Viewing card error. You have forgotten your secret PIN code. CA Module is not working. Black picture. Please note: The first thing to do before sending the Mediamaster to service is to: 1: Perform ”Diagnostic”...
  • Page 40: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Transmission Standards DVB, MPEG 2 LNB / Tuner input Connector 1x F-type (LNB) RF input frequency 920-2150 MHz RF input power level -20 to -70 dBm Supply voltage 13,5 /18,5 V 5% Max. current 500 mA, overload protected Control voltage 22 kHz, 0,65 V DiSEqC...
  • Page 41: Menus Screen Structure

    MENUS SCREEN STRUCTURE First time installation RF Modulator Language Welcome English Normal Français menu Farsi Main Menu TV Channels ❿ All TV Satellite Netoperator Name RAI SPORT Satellite: Position: Super 1 Radio Channels ❿ All Radio Satellite Netoperator name Radio 1 Satellite: Radio Asia Position:...
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