User Guide Cisco Digital Set-Top Model 3410DVB GUIDE...
Notice for Installers The servicing instructions in this notice are for use by qualiﬁ ed service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions, unless you are qualiﬁ ed to do so. Note to System Installer For this apparatus, the coaxial cable shield/screen shall be grounded as close as practical to the point of entry of the cable...
Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............2 Welcome ......................4 Safety First ..................... 4 Serial Number and MAC Address..............4 About the Remote Control ................5 Front Panel ..................... 6 Back Panel ..................... 7 Side Panel ...................... 7 Connecting the Set-Top .................. 8 Connecting to a TV ..................
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Power Source Warning Read these instructions. A label on this product indicates the correct power source Keep these instructions. for this product. Operate this product only from an electrical Heed all warnings. outlet with the voltage and frequency indicated on the product label.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS, continued Handling Disposable Batteries Operating Environment This product may contain disposable batteries. Heed the The set-top is designed for operation indoors with a following warning and follow the Battery Safety and Battery temperature range from 32° to 104° F (0° to 40°C). Each Disposal instructions below.
Welcome Enjoy crystal clear pictures and CD quality sound with your Cisco 3410DVB Set-Top. ® Best of all, you can watch what you want to watch when you want to watch it at the press of a button. It’s all described in this user guide. Go through it right away to learn about each feature and to help you enjoy your experience to the fullest.
About the Remote Control 1. Power On and Off 2. Access speciﬁ c 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* 9.
Front Panel GUIDE VOL– CH– T14945 Power Turns the set-top on and off Illuminates green when the set-top is on. Illuminates red when the set-top is in standby mode. Flashes green to indicate IR activity IR Sensor Receives the infrared signal from the remote control. The sensor is behind the front panel Guide Accesses the Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Back Panel Video Out S/PDIF TV Out Cable In IR In Input: 90~270VAC~ 47~63Hz.0.5A Audio Out T14946 Power Connects to power cord Audio Out L/R Connects to left/right audio inputs of TV Video Out Connects to composite video input of TV S/PDIF Connects to S/PDIF (digital audio) input of TV IR In...
Connecting the Set-Top To connect your set-top to your entertainment devices, complete these steps. Connect your TV to the set-top. (See connection diagram.) Plug the set-top and the TV into a power source that is not controlled by a wall switch. Do not turn on the set-top or TV yet.
Connecting to a TV WARNING: Electric shock hazard! Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or disconnecting any device cables to the set-top. Back of Set-Top Video Out S/PDIF TV Out Cable In IR In Input: 90~270VAC~ 47~63Hz.0.5A Audio Out Cable Input Back AUDIO...
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 ﬁ rst time you turn on the set-top, the Setup Wizard window opens. In the Setup Wizard, you can select the language, screen settings, and video resolution for your set- top.
Revert to Factory Settings All of your setup choices will be erased if you choose the Revert to Factory Settings option. 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 Current...
View Blocked Channels The Channel Blocked window opens when you tune to a program that is blocked by Parental Control Rating. To unblock the program, press the Red key on the remote control, and then enter your four-digit Parental Control PIN in the PIN Entry window.
Electronic Program Guide The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) displays channel program schedules for the current and future days. Use the arrow keys and the OK key on the remote control to scroll through the guide and select the program you want to view.
Main Menu The Main Menu offers a variety of interactive services and favorite channels shown below. To access the Main Menu, press MENU on the remote control. Guide: Displays the Program Guide with all available channels and scheduled programs. TV: Programs are sorted by categories, as determined by your service provider.
Setting Up Favorites Lists To set up or change a Favorites list in the Main Menu, use the arrow keys to scroll to Favorites and click OK. Any Favorites list that you create is marked with a blue star. These are the only lists you can change. Press the Yellow key to create a list.
Pay-Per-View Events To access Pay-Per-View (PPV) events, press MENU on your remote, scroll to On Demand and press OK. Then navigate to the PPV icon and press OK. A description of an event can be viewed by highlighting the event title and pressing OK.
Ordering VOD Services You can order Video-On-Demand services from the VOD application. To load the VOD application: 1. Navigate to, and highlight, the VOD icon. 2. Press the OK key on the remote control to load the VOD application. Note: You may see a “Please Wait” message while the application is loading.
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