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• Do not allow the unit to be exposed to hot, cold or humid conditions. • Service should only be carried out at a Nokia Authorised Service Centre. • Please note that the only way to isolate the Mediamaster completely from...
Remote control This section describes how to operate the Mediamaster using the buttons on the remote control. mute Press once to turn the sound off/on (mute/unmute). Press and hold for a few seconds to switch the Mediamaster into standby mode. In addition, press this button to switch the Mediamaster on.
Connecting the Mediamaster Front and Rear panel TV aerial * for connection of the antenna. Also, a Nokia active indoor antenna is powered from this connection * DC in TV/VCR for connecting the cable For connecting to the from the external power...
In this section, you will see some of the most common ways to connect your equipment. If you have problems with your connections and need help, contact your retailer or Nokia Support. Connecting to the TV with SCART • Connect the antenna cable to the TV aerial input on the Media- master.
Connecting the Mediamaster Connecting a Video recorder with SCART • Remove the aerial lead from your TV and connect this to the TV aerial input socket on the Mediamaster. • Connect a SCART cable between the main SCART socket on the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Video.
Connecting the Mediamaster About Smart card The 112 T Mediamaster is equipped with a built-in decoder for the Viaccess encryption system. The 120 T Mediamaster is equipped with a built-in decoder for the Conax encryption system. Insert a valid smart card fully into the slot on the back of the Mediamaster.
• Place the aerial by the window and direct it towards the TV transmitter, if possible. • It is recommended that you use a Nokia active indoor aerial with a built-in amplifier to provide a stronger signal. The strength of the TV signal varies according to reflections from e.g., buildings.
First-time installation Switching on for the first time and start • Plug in your Mediamaster and the "First-time installation" menu is shown. • Press ok to continue with the channel search. The menu will be shown as long as the Mediamaster is searching for TV and radio channels.
Watching TV & listening to the radio General information You can watch digital TV and listen to digital radio with this Mediamaster. • If no TV channel is automatically shown after you have finished the installation procedure, press any of the number buttons, or step up and down with cursor up/down to select a channel.
Watching TV & listening to the radio Temporary settings By pressing opt, a menu appears that allows you to configure temporary settings for the channel you are currently watching. If you leave the channel and return to it later, your temporary settings will be deleted.
Watching TV & listening to the radio External equipment With the 0 (zero) button, you can toggle between externally con- nected equipment, e.g., a VCR (the VCR must be switched on.) This function may not be available on all TV and video models. NOTE: This is also only valid when the units are connected via SCART cables, not if they are connected by RF connection.
Watching TV & listening to the radio Teletext Pressing txt will open a teletext page, if teletext is transmitted for that channel. Select teletext pages using the number buttons on the remote control (Fig. 1). You can also quickly move to the different page options shown on any page by pressing cursor left/right.
Navi Bars Navigating with Navi Bars Navi Bars are used for selecting TV/Radio channels and to enter menus in which you can perform different settings. 1. Display Navi Bars by pressing the navi or ok button; to hide them, press the back button. 2.
Navi Bars The User folder Banner time out When you switch channels, an information banner will be shown for a few seconds. You can select the duration for which the banner will be shown. Volume bar time-out Select the duration for which the volume bar will be visible on the screen.
Power for external antenna The Nokia active indoor antenna must be powered with 5 V from the TV aerial connector on the rear of the Mediamaster. If your Mediamaster is connected to a local antenna system, e.g. in a rented flat, the 5 V power might disturb the antenna system in the building when it is switched ON.
Navi Bars Edit lists folder The TV folder may contain a lot of channels. By creating your own lists you can make it easier to handle channels. You can create and edit favourite channel lists in these menus. Select list If you have several lists and want to make changes in them, select which list by using the buttons.
Navi Bars Delete selected list If you want to completely delete a list, first select the list with the buttons on the line "Select list". Then, move down to "Delete selected list" and delete it. Rename selected list Give the list a new name. Refer to "Create list" on the previous page. Add/Delete channels From this menu, you add and remove the channels in your lists.
Navi Bars Lock channels To open this menu, you will be asked to enter your access code. The access code is set to 1234 at the factory. You can lock (and later unlock) channels on any of the lists in order to prevent your children from watching them, etc.
1234. NOTE: do not forget your access code as without it, you will not have access to any of the functions that require the code. If you should forget it, please contact Nokia Support for help. GB 21...
Navi Bars Maintenance folder System Information When you enter the Maintenance folder, you will find general information about which hardware and software version your Mediamaster is running on. Reinstall Only use this option if you have to start the complete installation procedure from scratch.
Navi Bars CA menu Information concerning the Conax/Viaccess smart card will be shown in this menu. Channel info Select this folder, press ok and you will receive channel information about frequency, symbol rate, etc. The information is given for the channel you are currently watching.
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Technical specifications Transmission Standards DVB, MPEG 2 RF Input Modulator Output Input/output connector IEC female / IEC male RF input frequency 174-300 MHz & 474-862 MHz RF input power level 78 to -30 dBm Ω RF impedance Frequency range Loop through 47-862 MHz Supported TV systems PAL B/G, I and SECAM Frequency range...
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