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User Guide
Cisco HD Broadcast
Digital Set-Top
Model 4398DVB
OK
GUIDE
VOL+
VOL+
CH-
CH+
REC
Front Panel and Back Panel
GUIDE
OK
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1 LED
Displays the time of day
2 IR Sensor Receives the infrared signal from the remote control
3 Guide
Accesses the Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
4 OK
Confirms choices and exits menus
5 Vol-, Vol+
Adjusts volume
6 CH-, CH+
Scrolls through channels
7 Power
Turns the set-top on and off
8 USB
Reserved for future use
V
L
R
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
CABLE IN
CABLE OUT
DO NOT OPEN
ETHERNET
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
SPDIF
TEST
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1 Cable In
Connects to the signal from your service provider
2 Cable Out Provides an RF BYPASS. Connects to a TV or VCR
3 Ethernet
Reserved for future use
4 HDMI
Connects an HDMI™ cable that sends HDMI signals to an HDTV
5 YPbPr
Connects to the component video input (YPbPr) of a TV
6 Video (V)
Connects to the video input of a TV or VCR
7 Audio (L/R) Connects to the stereo audio inputs of a receiver or a TV
8 SPDIF
Connects to the audio input of a digital audio device
9 Audio (L/R) Connects to the stereo audio inputs of a receiver or a TV
1 0 Power
Switch that turns set-top power on and off
Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................... 3
Safety First ................................................................................................... 3
Serial Number and MAC Address................................................................. 3
Revert to Factory Settings ............................................................................ 3
About the Remote Control ............................................................................ 4
Front Panel and Back Panel ......................................................................... 5
Connecting the Set-Top ................................................................................ 6
Connecting to a TV and VCR ....................................................................... 6
Watch TV ...................................................................................................... 7
Setup Wizard ................................................................................................ 7
Set Parental Control PIN .............................................................................. 7
Navigator Bar................................................................................................ 8
Color-Coded Options ................................................................................ 8
View Blocked Channels ............................................................................ 9
Set Blocking Options ................................................................................ 9
Program Information ................................................................................. 9
Options ................................................................................................... 10
Video Aspect Ratio ..................................................................................... 10
Video Resolution ........................................................................................ 10
Electronic Program Guide .......................................................................... 11
Favorites List .......................................................................................... 11
Program Reminders................................................................................ 12
Main Menu .................................................................................................. 12
TV Categories ......................................................................................... 13
Setting Up Favorites Lists ....................................................................... 13
On Demand ............................................................................................ 14
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 15
No Picture ............................................................................................... 15
No Color.................................................................................................. 15
No Sound ................................................................................................ 15
Connecting the Set-Top
To connect your set-top to your entertainment devices, complete these steps.
1. Connect your TV to the set-top. (See connection diagram.)
2. Plug the set-top and the TV into a power source that is not controlled by a
wall switch.
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3. Do not turn on the set-top or TV yet.
4. Wait for the green LED to illuminate. It may take several minutes for
the set-top to receive the latest software, programming, and service
information.
5. Press POWER on the remote control.
6. The first time you turn on the set-top, the Setup Wizard will start. Read
and follow the directions on the screen to get your set-top ready for use.
Connecting to a TV and VCR
WARNING: Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices
before connecting or disconnecting any device cables to the set-top.
Back of 4398DVB
AC IN
100-240V~
50-60Hz
27W
V
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CABLE IN
CABLE OUT
ETHERNET
Y
Pb
Pr
L
Cable
Input
To Cable In
To HDMI Input
on TV or VCR
of HDTV
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Introduction
Enjoy crystal clear images and CD quality sound with the Cisco
set-top. You can watch whatever you want, when you want, with the press
of a button. Everything is explained in this user guide. Go through it right
away to learn about each feature and to help you enjoy your experience to
the fullest.
Safety First
Before using the set-top, read the Important Safety Instructions sheet
included with your set-top.
Serial Number and MAC Address
Your service provider may ask for the serial number or the MAC address of
the set-top if your system requires troubleshooting in the future.
Look for the serial number and the MAC address on the bottom of the set-top.
Write the serial number here: _____________________________________
Write the MAC address here: _____________________________________
Revert to Factory Settings
To reset your set-top to its original settings, select the Revert to Factory
Settings option in the Settings menu.
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Watch TV
When you turn on the set-top, you will see a screen with the service
provider logo until the set-top has downloaded the latest programming
information.
Setup Wizard
The first time you turn on the set-top, you will see the Setup Wizard window.
In the Setup Wizard, you can select the language, screen settings, and video
resolution for your set-top. Follow the instructions on each screen.
If you want to change any of the settings at a later time, you can access the
Setup Wizard by choosing Revert to Factory Settings within the Settings
option on the Main Menu. Doing so will erase all of your setup choices and
display the Setup Wizard again.
Set Parental Control
PIN
To set the Parental Control
PIN, press the Menu key
on the remote control, then
scroll down to Settings and
press the OK key. Then
scroll down to Parental
Control PIN and press the
L
R
OK key.
AC IN
100-240V~
CAUTION
50-60Hz
27W
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
The first time you select this
DO NOT OPEN
R
SPDIF
TEST
option, you must enter the
Default PIN number (4321).
The next time you access
To
this option, you can enter
Wall Jack
a new PIN number that is
more meaningful to you.
Remember the PIN you
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choose because you will
use it to block and unblock
TV programs or channels for
viewing. Press the number
keys on the remote control
to enter your PIN number,
and then press the OK key
on the remote control.
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About the Remote Control
4398DVB
1. Power On and Off
®
2. Access specific channels
3. Access last channel viewed
4. Scroll through menu pages
5. Scroll through channels
6. Scroll through menu items
7. Exit menus
8. Access video-on-demand
(VOD) window*
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9. Access audio/video options
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10. Fast-forward VOD program*
11. Access Setup wizard
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12. Toggle between TV and
Radio modes
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13. Enter TV mode
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14 Enter set-top device mode
15. Access color-coded
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screen options
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16. Pause VOD program*
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17. Stop VOD program*
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18. Rewind VOD program*
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19. Play VOD program*
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20. Access menus
21. Access Electronic
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Program Guide (EPG)
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22. Access Navigator Bar
23. Select menu item
24. Adjust volume
25. Mute volume
26. Access Favorites List
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* If VOD services are authorized by your service provider
Navigator Bar
The Navigator Bar displays information about current and future programs.
To access the Navigator Bar, press the NAV key on the remote control.
Current
Channel
High-
Definition
Program
Current
Favorites
List
Selected
Channel
Name
Additional
Program
Information
Block/Unblock a
Program, Channel,
Category, or Time Slot
Name of current program
Display
and next program. Choose
Channel
to view one line or two in
Options
the Settings Menu
Color-Coded Options
The selection options at the bottom of the
Navigator Bar (and on several other screens) are
color-coded to match these four keys on your
remote control. To access your selection, press
the color-coded key on the remote control.
Note: When the Navigation Bar is not displayed, you can use the Red color-
coded key to zoom (1x, 2x, 4x) the video on your TV.
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Display Lists
Navigate to
of Favorite
Future Programs
Channels
or Other Channels
Set
Reminder
Timer
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    Introduction About the Remote Control User Guide Introduction ....................3 Enjoy crystal clear images and CD quality sound with the Cisco 4398DVB 1. Power On and Off ® set-top. You can watch whatever you want, when you want, with the press Safety First ....................

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