Nokia MEDIAMASTER 110S Introduction Manual
Nokia MEDIAMASTER 110S Introduction Manual

Nokia MEDIAMASTER 110S Introduction Manual

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  • Page 1 Introduction Guide...
  • Page 2 Nokia 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 3: Table Of Contents

    This Introduction Guide describes how to connect the Mediamaster and how to perform the first-time installation. It also describes the main features of the product. A more detailed User Guide in the English language is available from the support pages on the Internet.
  • Page 4: Remote Control

    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.
  • Page 5: Connecting The Mediamaster

    Connecting the Mediamaster Front and Rear panel A constant green light indicates that the Mediamaster is turned ON. A constant red light indicates standby mode. The light flashes red when commands from the remote control are received. The light flashes green during software updates.
  • Page 6: Common Connections

    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 • Connect the cable from the satellite antenna to the Antenna input on the Mediamaster.
  • Page 7: Connecting The Mediamaster & First-Time Installation

    Connecting the Mediamaster & First-time Installation Conax smart card The Mediamaster is equipped with a built-in decoder for the Conax encryption system. Insert a Conax smart card fully into the slot on the back of the Mediamaster. The gold chip must face downwards and inwards. Connecting a Hi-fi system It is possible to connect a TOS link cable from the Digital audio output on the Mediamaster to a Hi-fi system that is equipped...
  • Page 8: First-Time Installation

    First-time installation Switching on for the first time and getting started • Plug in your Mediamaster and the "First-time installation" menu appears. • Press ok to continue. • Select the desired menu language using the cursor up/down button. • This will also become the main language for audio and subtitling.
  • Page 9 First-time installation Predefined channel Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible on the screen. • Press ok to confirm all settings and then continue with the channel search procedure. See Channel Search on page 10. Multisatellite/DiSEqC switch configuration Select this alternative if your antenna system has more than one LNB.
  • Page 10: Channel Search

    First-time installation Satellite In this example, select ASTRA because its LNB is connected to the DiSEqC 1 input on the switch. Predefined channel Select one of the predefined channels and adjust the antenna until a TV picture from the predefined channel is visible on the screen. Repeat this procedure for the second DiSEqC port, but this time select 2 from “Switch port”...
  • Page 11: Channel Search In Progress

    First-time installation Manual and Advanced channel search It is also possible to perform Manual and Advanced channel searches. The information that must be entered in those menus is available in satellite TV magazines or on the Internet. The “Use Predefined channels” alternative The Mediamaster is pre-programmed with channels from the Astra °...
  • Page 12: Time Adjustment

    First-time installation 3. One more TV folder named Favourites containing a predefined language-dependent favourite list with channels from Astra (Hotbird, Sirius and Thor). This folder is symbolised by a TV icon. 4. One more Radio folder named Favourites containing a pre- defined language-dependent favourite channel list with channels from Astra (Hotbird, Sirius and Thor).
  • Page 13: Watching Tv & Listening To The Radio

    Watching TV & listening to the radio Navigating with the Navi Bars Navi Bars are used for selecting TV/Radio channels and to enter menus in which you can create different settings. 1. Display Navi Bars by pressing the navi button; to hide them, press the navi or back button.
  • Page 14: Edit Lists Folder

    Watching TV & listening to the radio 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...
  • Page 15 Watching TV & listening to the radio Delete selected list If you want to completely delete a list, first select the list with buttons on the line "Select list". Then, move down to "Delete selected list" and press ok. Rename selected list Give the list a new name.
  • Page 16: Sorting/Filtering Channels

    Watching TV & listening to the radio • Press ok to confirm. A locked channel will be marked with an " " symbol. • You must enter your access code before you can watch a locked channel. Sorting/Filtering channels You can sort and display the channel lists stored in the TV and Radio folders during channel search in installation.
  • Page 17: Nokia Mediamaster Software End-User License

    This Software Agreement ("Agreement") is between You (either an individual or an entity), the End User, and Nokia Corporation, Nokia Home Communications ("Nokia"). The Agreement authorizes You to use the Software specified in Clause 1 below and which is included in this Nokia digital TV receiver. This is an agreement on end-user rights and not an agreement concerning sale.
  • Page 18: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Transmission Standards DVB, MPEG 2 LNB/Tuner input LNB connector F-type RF input frequency 950 - 2150 MHz RF input level -25 to -65 dBm Ω RF impedance Input bandwidth 36 MHz Supported TV systems PAL B/G, I and SECAM QPSK receiver module SCPC &...
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