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Nokia Mediamaster
Free-to-View
Owner's Manual
Digital terrestrial Free-to-View is a non-subscription service through an
existing TV and aerial.
Total Channel availability is subject to coverage.
*You may be reguired to upgrade your television aerial to enable full
service reception.

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    Nokia Mediamaster Free-to-View Owner’s Manual Digital terrestrial Free-to-View is a non-subscription service through an existing TV and aerial. Total Channel availability is subject to coverage. *You may be reguired to upgrade your television aerial to enable full service reception.

  • Page 2: Important Information

    *For details on your local TV aerial installer contact cai: Tel: 020 8902 8998, www.cai.org.uk Nokia Home Communications 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

    MEDIAMASTER 9850 T Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Contents Setting the timer and video recording Welcome to digital terrestrial television General information General operation of your ITV Digital Setting the timer Mediamaster Deleting a timer For your safety Timer alarm...

  • Page 4: Welcome To Digital Terrestrial Television

    • Do not cover the Mediamaster or place it on a unit that emits heat. • Nokia is proud to offer a high quality product. To keep this level of quality, service should • Use a soft cloth and a mild solution of be carried out only at a Nokia authorised washing-up liquid to clean the casing.

  • Page 5: Remote

    Remote Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Throughout this manual, you will find that all daily functions can be carried out using the remote. This section explains the function of each button. To turn the Mediamaster into / out of standby mode. TV DTV To switch between digital terrestrial TV, analogue TV, digital satellite TV signal and VCR, when your systems are connected by SCART leads.

  • Page 6: Rear Panel

    Rear panel Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Mains lead DIGITAL AUDIO AUX SCART TELEPHONE TV / VCR 230 V AC phono connector for the SCART connection for modem for an RF-lead +/- 15%, S/PDIF output for to a video recorder, or an connection to the to the aerial 50 Hz...

  • Page 7: Installation

    Installation Customer Services 0808 100 0101 The box for your ITV Digital Mediamaster should contain the following items: • the ITV Digital Mediamaster • a remote with 2 AAA batteries • aerial/RF lead (double screened 1,5 metres) RF lead SCART lead Telephone •...

  • Page 8: Connecting The Mediamaster

    Connecting the Mediamaster Customer Services 0808 100 0101 There are many different types of TV/video and other equipment that you can connect to the Mediamaster. In this manual you will see some of the most common ways to connect your equipment. If you use RF leads you have to tune your TV and video manually to the Mediamaster (see page 10).

  • Page 9: Connecting To A Satellite Receiver And A Video

    Connecting to a satellite receiver and a video Customer Services 0808 100 0101 • Connect a SCART lead between the main SCART socket on the TV and the TV SCART socket on the Mediamaster. • Connect a SCART lead between the TV SCART socket on the satellite receiver and the AUX SCART socket on the Mediamaster.

  • Page 10: Tuning Procedure When Rf Connections Are Used

    Tuning procedure when RF connections are used Customer Services 0808 100 0101 If you have connected your Mediamaster using SCART leads, you do not have to manually tune your Mediamaster to your TV or video. The steps below explain what to do if you have been unable to use SCART in your connection.

  • Page 11: Getting Started

    Getting started Customer Services 0808 100 0101 General information Once you have connected your Mediamaster to your equipment properly, you are ready to begin searching for new channels. (One of the easiest methods of connection is explained in the ‘How to switch on in one easy go’ leaflet also included with your Mediamaster.

  • Page 12: Displaying A Channel

    Displaying a channel Customer Services 0808 100 0101 After the Mediamaster has found and stored the channels, it automatically displays the channel list menu. channel list channel list Press EXIT or SELECT to begin watching a channel. To select an- other channel, use the number buttons on the remote or the BBC ONE BBC TWO...

  • Page 13: Using The Channel List

    Using the channel list Customer Services 0808 100 0101 The channel list is an alternative way of viewing what channels are available on your ITV Digital Mediamaster. The list will display ALL channels over the programme you are currently watching and will also indicate which channels have been selected as your favourites or have been locked.

  • Page 14: The On-screen Tv Guide

    The on-screen tv guide Customer Services 0808 100 0101 When you are watching a digital channel you can display an on- screen tv guide to see information about current and next pro- grammes. Channel name Channel number Current time • Press INFO to activate the on-screen tv guide. •...

  • Page 15: Setting Up Your Favourite Channels

    Setting up your favourite channels Customer Services 0808 100 0101 This function enables you to select channels as your ‘favourite channels’ which are then easier and faster to access. When using the P+ and P- buttons to change channels, and the favourite mode is on, only your favourite channels will be available for selection.

  • Page 16: Using Parental Lock

    Using parental lock Customer Services 0808 100 0101 This feature will enable you to limit access to any particular channel. When this option is selected for the first time, you will be asked to enter your code before certain other functions can be performed.

  • Page 17: Selecting Channels To Be Locked

    Customer Services 0808 100 0101 If this code is correct, you will be asked to enter a new code. • Enter your new 4-digit code (not 0000) and then press SELECT parental lock to confirm. An on-screen message asks you to remember your new code. enter parental code If you entered a wrong code at any stage, an on-screen display enter new parental code...

  • Page 18: Watching Your Locked Channels

    Watching your locked channels Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Once you have locked all the required channels, there are 2 ways to regain access and watch these channels. You can either unlock individual channels as you select them, or return to the ‘choose channels to lock or unlock’...

  • Page 19: Setting The Timer And Video Recording

    Setting the timer and video recording Customer Services General information 0808 100 0101 The ‘timer settings’ function enables you to program your Mediamaster to switch on and off at selected times, for up to 8 different time slots. Your video can then be set to record digital programmes.

  • Page 20: Deleting A Timer

    Customer Services 0808 100 0101 • When you highlight ‘ recording repeat ’ use to select how frequently you want the recording to be made. The screen display will give you options of ‘once only’, ‘daily’ or ‘weekly’. setting the timer Select the option you want.

  • Page 21: Setting Your Video

    Setting your video Customer Services 0808 100 0101 These steps above will now activate your Mediamaster. But if you want to record, you must also set up your video at the appropriate times. As previously mentioned it is not possible to record one digital channel whilst watching another.

  • Page 22: Checking Your Digital Updates

    Checking your digital updates Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Your Mediamaster has the ability to display messages that have been sent to you by a broadcaster, perhaps about a special offer or your current subscription package. You will be advised when a message is waiting to be read by the code ‘P O S E’...

  • Page 23: Setting The Viewing Preferences

    Setting the viewing preferences Customer Services 0808 100 0101 The Mediamaster has three menus to set your viewing preferences. Each have been factory-set for the most commonly used settings. • Press MENU to select the main menu. • Select viewing preferences by pressing 4. viewing preferences •...

  • Page 24: Time And Date

    Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Your box will display the code ‘ rEd ’ on the display and will ‘beep’. More information about the timer function is included on pages 19 and 20 in this booklet. set top box settings Time and date Your Mediamaster will automatically set the current time and date set date and time...

  • Page 25: Tv Sound

    Customer Services 0808 100 0101 TV sound This gives you the option of selecting either ‘mono’ or ‘stereo’ tv and video settings sound. As a default, stereo has been selected. You need only change this selection if you are connecting to a mono TV. ƒ¤¤normal(4:3) y tv screen normal(4:3)

  • Page 26: Modem Settings

    Modem settings Customer Services 0808 100 0101 You may need to change the settings within this menu when you connect the Mediamaster to the telephone line. • Select modem settings by pressing 3. Modem This gives you the option to select whether you are using the ‘internal’...

  • Page 27: Signal Strength

    • Select ITV Digital data by pressing 2. This option shows various information about your ITV Digital Data Mediamaster, such as its manufacturer and the versions of manufacturer Nokia hardware version hardware and software that it contains. software version manufacturer update...

  • Page 28: Searching For Channels

    Searching for channels Customer Services 0808 100 0101 This function is normally only used when first installing your Mediamaster, as described earlier in this instruction book. You should follow these instructions when you wish to re-install your Mediamaster at an alternative location, or search for new channels that may have subsequently been launched by the broadcasters.

  • Page 29: Trouble Shooting Guide

    Trouble shooting guide Customer Services 0808 100 0101 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 into the power socket. No sound or picture, but the front The Mediamaster is in standby.

  • Page 30

    Trouble shooting guide Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Problem What to do Possible causes The settings you have done in the The Mediamaster was unplugged Some menus are only saved menus have not been changed. permanently when you first put the without first going to standby.

  • Page 31: Front Panel Display

    Trouble shooting guide Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Problem Possible causes What to do The remote is not working. Battery exhausted. Change the batteries. Remote is incorrectly Aim the remote at Mediamaster. aimed. Check that nothing blocks the front The Mediamaster is in standby. panel.

  • Page 32: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Customer Services 0808 100 0101 Transmission Standards Conditional access system: DVB, MPEG 2 Embedded Mediaguard and PCMCIA interface for the Common Interface CA-module (DVB RF input (OFDM)/Modulator output Standard) Loop through output Input/output connector IEC female / IEC male Smartcard Interface: RF input frequency 470 to 862 MHz...

  • Page 33: Menu Screen Structure

    21 21 69 for all available channels. 1 enter new parental code signal strength This may take about 20 minutes. manufacturer Nokia do you really want Please wait. hardware version 00 00 03 07 good software version 00 00 02 09...

  • Page 34

    Hereby, Nokia declares that this digital receiver 9850 T is in conformity with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. This Terminal Equipment is intended for connection to the analogue Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs), in which network addressing , if provided, is by means of Dual Tone Multiple-Frequency (DTMF) signalling.

  • Page 35

    230 V TELEPHONE ±15% DIGITAL AUDIO 50 Hz TV / VCR TV AERIAL SERIAL WARNING! AUDIO DO NOT OPEN – ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD 44 10285 Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation 66 76928-22 © 0214 www.nokia.com...

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