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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. mute/ Press once to turn the sound off/on (mute). Press and hold for a few seconds to switch the Mediamaster into standby mode.
CI module Function Standby Locked to channel / Signal Drop out Remote control feedback SW download Error. Please contact Nokia Support Rear panel Digital audio RCA connector S/PDIF digital out- put for connection to a HiFi system...
About the Common Interface slot Common Interface slot The Nokia Mediamaster 221 T has an integrated Common Inter- face (CI) slot, which can give you access to future services such as Audio Description. Audio description is a service which provides an extra sound commentary to accompany a programme.
Connecting the Mediamaster The box for your Mediamaster should contain the following items: • the Mediamaster • remote control with 2 AAA batteries • SCART cable (fully connected; 1,0 metre) • mains cable • RF cable • Owner’s manual including a software license agreement About the SCART sockets The rear panel of the Mediamaster is equipped with 2 SCART sockets (see diagram).
In this manual you will see some of the most common ways to connect your equipment. If you have problems with your connections and need help, con- tact your retailer or Nokia Support. Connecting to the TV with SCART • Remove the aerial lead from your TV and connect this to the TV AERIAL input socket on the Mediamaster.
Connecting the Mediamaster Connecting to the TV without SCART • Remove the aerial lead from your TV and connect this to the TV AERIAL input socket on the Mediamaster. • Connect an RF cable from the TV/VCR output on the Media- master to the RF input socket on the TV.
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 Mediamaster.
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 select button always confirms a selection within these menus, and pressing it will take you to the next step in the instal- lation process.
First time installation Channel search in progress This menu will be shown as long as the Mediamaster is search- ing for TV and radio channels. All channels found will be listed on the screen. Please note that the search procedure may take a few minutes. You can cancel the search at any time by pressing select.
Navi Bars General information • Press the navi button on your remote control to open the Navi Bars. In order to select TV or radio channels and to change system set- tings you will use the Navi Bars. The horizontal row contains folders, e. g. All TV, Settings and so on.
Navi Bars The “Control” and “Settings” folders Both of these system folders contain bookmarks. Each of these bookmarks contains menus from where you can make different settings. The system folders can not be deleted. The manual will now explain the different settings you can per- form from the Control and Settings folders, starting with the bookmarks from the Control folder.
Navi Bars ☛ Control folder From these menus you can create and edit favourite channel lists. You can add, delete, rename and arrange the order of the chan- nels within the favourite lists. The “All TV” list might contain lots of channels. By creating your own favourite lists you can make channel handling more convenient.
Navi Bars • Enter the name as follows: Press the numerical button corresponding to the character you want: once for the first character, twice for the second and so The available characters are listed below. * # & % $ , ! ; - + ) / \ @ ^ 1 a b c 2 Å...
Navi Bars Add/Delete 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 a basis to se- lect the channels from. A channel is added or removed from the list by pressing info. The square to the right on a line will be empty for removed channels, and will contain an “x”...
Navi Bars ☛ Control folder General You can programme the Mediamaster to turn on and off at a se- lected time on a selected channel, in conjunction with the timer setting on your VCR. A useful example of this function is: If you go out and want to record different programmes on differ- ent channels at different times you set the timer on the Media- master to change to those selected channels.
Navi Bars ☛ Settings folder When you want to search for channels at a later time. To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. A channel search procedure can be performed in different ways: Automatic, Manual or Advanced manual search.
Navi Bars ☛ Settings folder To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code. From the factory the access code is set to 1234. From here you can adjust the audio/video settings for your Media- master. TV screen format Select your TV screen format.
Navi Bars ☛ Settings folder General In the future some Service Providers may make it possible for you to order e. g. movies via an external phone modem. Normally you do not need to change any of the following settings. They are there to make it possible to use any external modem that accepts AT commands.
From here you can change the access code from the stand- ard 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, please contact Nokia Support for help. ☛ Settings folder To open this menu you will be asked to enter your access code.
Navi Bars ☛ Settings folder Your Mediamaster will advise you from time to time of any new software upgrades using information sent by TV Broadcasters through your aerial. Note : These messages will only appear if your Mediamaster has been switched on from Standby. After downloading of a new software version, all your previous settings, access code and favourite channels etc.
Viewing Mode General Information The following describes the basic functions of your Mediamaster while watching terrestrial digital TV. Some of the functions described here are dependent on the Broadcaster and can only be used if they are included in the transmitted programme information.
Viewing Mode Extended programme information The Mediamaster can display information about programmes cur- rently being broadcast as well as those that will be broadcast next. This procedure is the same for both TV and radio mode. By pressing info while watching TV you will get the “Programme information”...
Viewing Mode TV Release (0) With the 0 button you can toggle between external connected equipment, e. g. a digital terrestrial TV or a Video recorder. This function may not be available on all TV and Video models. (This is only valid when the units are connected via SCART cables, and not by RF connection.) Enhanced TV / Digital Text On a Digital Text service pressing txt will open an application.
Glossary of terms Access code A four-digit code stored in the Mediamaster. Used to lock/unlock the Mediamaster. Access control A feature that allows parents to ”lock” programmes that they consider unsuitable for children. A ”locked” chan- nel or programme can only be ”unlocked” with the spe- cial access code.
What to do if you can’t solve the problem? If you have tried all of the actions suggested above, without solving the problem, please contact your Retailer or Nokia Support. GB 28 Possible causes Mains cable is not connected.
Technical specifications Transmission Standards DVB, MPEG 2, OFDM RF input Modulator output In-/output connector IEC female / IEC male RF input frequency 174-300; 474-862 MHz RF input power level -78 to -30 dBm RF impedance 75 Ω Frequency range Loop through 47-862MHz Frequency range RF modulator 470-862 MHz Output channel...
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Hereby, Nokia declares that this digital receiver 221 T is in conformity with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Via an external modem this Terminal Equipment can be connected to the analogue Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs), in which network addressing,...
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