5.2.2. FIRST TIME INSTALLATION
The user can use this item to load default settings,
which had been loaded to the receiver at the factory.
To install factory settings, highlight 'First Time
Installation' menu and press SELECT key, then you
will be asked to confirm for deleting all channels and
settings. If you select YES and press the SELECT
button, all channels in the channel table will be
You can configure the settings of your box. Select
Configuration from Main Menu and Press SELECT
to enter this menu. Press MENU button to exit.
Configuration Menu includes the following main
Scan Encrypted Chans
5.3.1. AUDIO LANGUAGE
Digital terrestrial television channels can broadcast simultaneous soundtracks in more than one language. This
function selects which language soundtrack you will hear when switching to a channel broadcasting with multiple
soundtracks. Highlight the Audio Language line in the Configuration menu and use the "3"or "4" keys to cycle
through the language options. Return No Menu to normal TV viewing by pressing the [MENU] key.
Digital terrestrial television channels can broadcast with subtitles displayed on-screen for the hard-of-hearing. This
function selects the desired subtitle language and enables the automatic display of subtitles whenever subtitle
information is broadcast.Highlight the Subtitle line in the Configuration menu and use the "3" or "4" keys to cycle
through the disable and language options.Return NO MENU to normal TV viewing by pressing the [MENU] key.
5.3.3. TV TYPE
Digital terrestrial television channels can broadcast programmes in a widescreen format . This format must be set
correctly to normal or widescreen TV's. This function tells the TV the screen format so that broadcasts are
displayed correctly. In the Configuration menu, highlight TV Type and use the "3/4" buttons to select 4 : 3 or
16 : 9 depending which TV you have. This setting duplicates the settings when you first installed the STB,
therefore if you change your TV you can set the STB to match the new TV. To return to programmes press the
5.3.4. TV OUT
The receiver can output either an RGB or CVBS signal from the TV SCART on the rear panel. Although the RGB
format results in a better quality picture, not all equipment - particularly some VCRs - can cope with an RGB signal.