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9760 C


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  • Page 1 Owner’s Manual MEDIAMASTER 9760 C...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Technical specifications Guide List of TV or Radio Channels Nokia Multimedia Terminals 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 4: For Your Safety

    • Do not cover the Mediamaster or place cold or humid conditions. it on a unit that emits heat. • Service should be carried out only at a Nokia • Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of Authorised Service Centre.
  • Page 5: Remote Control

    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. To switch the Mediamaster in and out of standby mode. EXIT TV To return to the viewing mode from a menu without s t o r - ing settings (in menu mode).
  • Page 6: Front And Rear Panel

    Rear Panel Mains lead DIGITAL AUDIO AUX SCART TV AERIAL 230 V AC phono connector for connection to a VCR for the connec- S/PDIF output for or a satellite receiver tion to the cable 50-60 Hz connection to network socket a HiFi system AUDIO L/R TV SCART...
  • Page 7: How To Insert A Smartcard

    ABOUT THE SMARTCARD AND CA MODULE The Mediamaster box has access to scrambled TV/Radio chan- nels based on the embedded Nagravision system. To be able to receive these scrambled digital channels you will need a special Smartcard distributed by your Service Provider. The Service Provider is the programme distributor of the cable channels.
  • Page 8: Preparing The Remote Control

    INSTALLATION OF THE MEDIAMASTER The box for your Mediamaster should contain the following items: • the Mediamaster • a remote control with 2 AAA batteries • a SCART lead (fully featured 1,0 metre) • an Owner’s Manual • a Software License agreement SCART lead Remote control Owner’s manual...
  • Page 9: Connecting The Mediamaster To The Tv

    Connecting the Mediamaster to the TV As most local cable network are distributing TV programmes from both digital and analogue sources, the signal from the wall net- work socket will be of the two different kinds: a Digital signal information to be handled by the Mediamaster. These signals are sent to the TV through the SCART leads.
  • Page 10: Connecting An Satellite Receiver And Vcr

    Connecting an Satellite Receiver and VCR 1 Connect a SCART lead between the main SCART socket on the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster. Satellite 2 Connect a SCART lead between the TV SCART socket dish Network on the satellite receiver and the AUX SCART socket socket on the Mediamaster.
  • Page 11: Connecting To The Mains Supply

    Connecting to the mains supply Before you connect the box to the mains supply make sure the RF cable between the box and the cable network socket is con- nected. If not, the startup procedure will take about 10 minutes. During this time the box will not respond to any commands! When you connect the box to the mains supply it will always check if a new software*...
  • Page 12: Tuning Procedure When Rf Connections Are Used

    Tuning Procedure when RF Connections are Used This procedure is necessary if your Mediamaster is con- nected to the TV with an RF lead only. To tune your TV to the RF signal you might also need your TV manual in addition to this manual. The steps below explain what to do if you have been unable to use SCART leads in your con- nection.
  • Page 13: First Time Installation

    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 OK button always confirms a selection within these menus, and pressing it will take you to the next step in the installation process.
  • Page 14: Initialization

    FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Initialization The Service Provider will supply you with a specific “Setup Iden- tifier” code number. This code contain all information necessary to start the channel search procedure. Please note that this code number is specific for the service provider and the area where the box is located.
  • Page 15 FIRST TIME INSTALLATION Normally the channel search procedure will work without any problems. If the Setup Identifier code is wrong or you have moved the box to another living area; after two unsuccessful en- tries of the code you will get the menu shown below. If the automatic search procedure failed you can manually enter the values necessary for the search procedure.
  • Page 16: Viewing Mode

    VIEWING MODE General Information The following describes the basic functions of your Mediamaster while watching TV or listening to radio channels from the cable network. The functions described here can only be used if they are in- cluded in the transmitted programme information. If you select a programme to which you do not have access, you will get a message on the screen.
  • Page 17: The "I" (Information) Button

    VIEWING MODE The “i” (Information) Button The Mediamaster has the ability to display information about pro- grammes currently being broadcast as well as those being broad- cast next. This procedure is the same for both TV and Radio mode. By pressing the “i” button while watching TV you will get a spe- cial Programme Information Banner.
  • Page 18: List Of Tv Or Radio Channels

    VIEWING MODE List of TV or Radio Channels Name of the Indicates a At the channel search procedure, two Channel lists are created. Channel list locked channel One list named “All TV” containing all channels, and another named “Free TV” containing only free channels. In the “All TV”...
  • Page 19: Tv Release (0)

    VIEWING MODE Format If you have a TV set with a 4:3 picture format, and the transmis- sion is in 16:9, you can select Fullscreen or Letterbox to change display format. Fullscreen will fill up the screen vertically, but cut off some infor- mation from the left and right sides of the picture.
  • Page 20: Main Menu

    MAIN MENU General Information Many of the functions of the Mediamaster are available from the Main Menu. Press MENU to open it. TV and Radio Channels Please refer to “List of TV and Radio channels” on page 18. Edit Channels From these menus you can create and edit channel lists.
  • Page 21 MAIN MENU Create List From here you can create your own favourite lists, containing the channels you watch most frequently. You can give each list a spe- cific name, e.g. “Sport” or “Films.” When a favourite list is selected, you see only those channels defined in the list.
  • Page 22 MAIN MENU Select 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 basis to se- lect the channels from. A channel is added or removed by pressing the OK button. The square to the right on a line will be empty for removed channels, and will contain an “x”...
  • Page 23 MAIN MENU Rearrange Channels From here you can arrange the sequence for the channels within your favourite lists. • With , mark the channel you want to move to a new posi- tion within the list. • Press again and the right side of the marked channel will change to •...
  • Page 24: System Configuration

    MAIN MENU System Configuration You will be asked to enter your access code before you can open this menu. The code is preset to 1234 from the factory. (The code can be changed from the Parental Control menu. Re- fer to page 26.) If you want to customize the system to suit you better, you can specify some settings from the submenus in the “System Con- figuration”...
  • Page 25: Receiver Upgrade

    MAIN MENU RF Modulator Type If the Mediamaster is connected to the TV with a RF cable, you must select the right RF modulator alternative, which is depend- ent on the country where the Mediamaster is being used. Select “UK (PAL I)” if this is applicable. Select “Normal (PAL B/G)”...
  • Page 26: User Preferences

    MAIN MENU User Preferences From here you can change the menu language. You also have access to the Parental Control and the Appearance menus. Language Preferences Menu Language Here you may select which language the menus will be shown Main and Alternative audio Ianguage If more than one audio language is transmitted, you may select the main and an alternative language.
  • Page 27: Appearance Preferences

    MAIN MENU Application Download (“Open TV” applications) From some channels it is possible to download specific pro- gramme applications such as games and various information. When you select the alternative ”Manual” below, channels which Symbol on the screen provide these services will show a symbol in the upper left cor- ner of the screen.
  • Page 28: System Information

    MAIN MENU System Information If you have to contact your service provider or a service center, they might ask for information available from this menu. There- fore, it is important that you first check the information in the following menus. System Information This gives general information about which hardware and soft- ware version your Mediamaster is running on.
  • Page 29: Conditional Access

    MAIN MENU Conditional Access Subscription Information From here you get information about the status of your Smart- card. Smartcard settings Age Rating Control This is an age rating control function which is connected to your smartcard. Choose “On” if you want to activate the age rating. This means that you have to enter your smartcard PIN code to be able to watch the age rated channels.
  • Page 30: Reminder List

    MAIN MENU Reminder List You can configure the Mediamaster to start and stop at a predefined time. Use this function when you want to record a programme on a VCR and you are unable to start/stop the recording event your- self.
  • Page 31: Glossary

    GLOSSARY OF TERMS Access Parental control Authorisation to use the coding system to purchase / A feature that allows parents to "lock" programmes that order TV programmes. they consider unsuitable for children. A "locked" channel or programme can only be "unlocked" with the special pa- Audio system rental access code.
  • Page 32 PROBLEM SOLVING Problem Possible causes What to do The display on the front panel does Mains cable is not connected. Check that the mains cable is not light up/is not lit. plugged in to the power socket. No sound or picture, but the front Press the standby button or any The Mediamaster is in standby panel shows the time or - - : - -.
  • Page 33: Problem Solving

    PROBLEM SOLVING Problem Possible causes What to do You made a video recording of a The Mediamaster was not left on If you make a recording of digital cable digital cable channel and whole or the appropriate channel. TV your Mediamaster has to be left on parts of the programme was not the channel you like to record.
  • Page 34: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Transmission Standards Smart Card Interface: DVB, MPEG 2 Interface for two cards according to ISO 7816 Supports embedded Nagravision descrambler RF input (QAM)/Modulator output and Common Interface standard. Loop through output Front panel 4x7 segment numeric LED display, Input/output connector IEC female / IEC male Buttons: (standby, channel number...
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