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Mini digital terrestrial receiver
User manual Manuel dâutilisation Manual del usuario Manual do usuàrio

DTM150

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Content
1 Control elements and functional components 1.1 Whatâs in the box? 1.2 Front side (see figure 1) 1.3 Back side (see figure 1) 1.4 Remote Control (see figure 2) 2 Safety precautions 3 Connecting other devices 4 Operation 4.1 Switch-on/ Switch-off 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 First-Time installation Change of channel Volume control Calling up program information banner TV/ Radio Switching Subtitle Immediate Timer Electronic program guide (EPG) 5 Settings 5.1 Favourites lists 5.1.1 Creating a favourite list 5.1.2 Modifying a favourite list 5.1.3 Delete a favourite list 5.2 Setup 5.2.1 TV configuration 5.2.2 Time setting 5.2.3 Factory setting 5.3 New channels 5.4 Installation 5.4.1 Signal information 5.4.2 Channels installation 5.5 Timers 5.5.1 Add Timer 5.5.2 Modify timer from the list 5.5.3 Delete timer from the list 5.5.4 Sleep timer 5.6 User Preferences 5.6.1 Languages 5.6.2 Appearance 5.6.3 Access control 6 Troubleshooting

Caution · Please do not place the Receiver and the remote control under direct sun light · The Receiver should be placed on a solid and safe base · The location should not be selected as a room with high humidity, as the condensation, arising in the kitchen for example, may cause malfunction or damage the Receiver · Heating or other thermal radiation under the Receiver also may cause malfunction or damage the Receiver · Hot air, which arises during the operation, should be ventilated with sufficient air circulation. Please do not put the Receiver into closed areas and do not cover it. · Please avoid the contact of the Receiver and of the remote control with water or humidity. Do not put into operation near bath, swimming pools. · Connect the power supply of the Receiver only after the installation is ready. · The outdoor antenna has to be grounded correctly. For this you have to follow the appropriate regulations. · Take care to provide good air circulation. Place the Receiver in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heating up of the Receiver. · No naked flame sources such as lighted candles should be placed on the apparatus. · Never stack other electronic equipment on top of the Receiver. · Remove batteries from the remote control when it is not to be used forof batteries. Otherwise it can be damaged due to any leakage a long period.

4.3 Change of channel

You can change the channel in different ways: By pressing the channel button + or -. By pressing the Back/ P<P, you switch between the two last selected channels. By selecting the channel directly via the channel list, see 4.11 Channel Selector By entering the number via the numerical buttons. If, for instance, the number is 0014, quickly press the numerical buttons 1 and 4 successively. The zeros do not have to be entered. Use the volume buttons + and â for increasing or decreasing the volume. A volume bar-graph is displayed to allow you to see volume level. Mute function By pressing Mute, the sound reproduction is stopped. The sound is audible again if you: Press Mute again, or Press one of the volume control buttons.

4.12 Channel selector

The Channel selector is activated by a press on OK while in viewing mode. This screen presents the channels of the current default/favourite lists. When selecting a channel of this list with OK, the Receiver changes the video background accordingly. The channel list is automatically removed from the screen after few seconds.

5.2.3 Factory setting You can reset the Receiver to default setting. In doing so, the individually composed favourites list is deleted. 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight the Setup and press OK. 3 Highlight the Factory settings and press OK. (The Receiver carries out a reboot) 4 Carry out a First-time installation (see 4.2 First-time installation)

5.3 New channels
If some new channels have been detected during the standby of the Receiver, a popup is displayed when the user wake up the Receiver. To see the new channels: 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight New channels and press OK.

4.4 Volume control

5 Settings
Press MENU anytime to displays the main menu.

5.4 Installation
This menu allows you to enter to the Signal information menu, to the Channels installation menu. To Press MENU to open the main menu. 1 enter into Installation menu: 2 Highlight Timers and press OK. 5.4.1 Signal information This screen allows you to adjust your terrestrial antenna. Two signal bargraphs are proposed. The first indicates the power of the signal, the second indicates the quality of the signal measured by the Bit Error Rate (BER). 1 Follow the same step as 5.4 Installation to the Installation menu. 2 Highlight Signal information and press OK. 3 You can check the quality of different channels by selecting new one with the 1/2 or the digits buttons of the âChannel numberâ item. The corresponding frequency is displayed in kHertz. 5.4.2 Channels installation This screen allows you to install channels with few criteria. 1 Follow the same step as 5.4 Installation to the Installation menu. 2 Highlight the Channels installation and press OK. 3 Three items are available to configure the channel list: Installation Type the installation can be a new one (removing all current channels installed and all timers previously set) or can be an addition to the current installation. Installation Mode the installation can be âstandardâ (full

5.6.3 Access control The parental control item allows you to enable or disable the locking management. 1 Follow the same step as 5.6 User preference. 2 Highlight the Access control and press OK. 3 Select the parameters according to your preference: Parental Control If the parental control item is disabled then all the locking are deactivated, If it is enabled then all the locking are applied according to your choice. Receiver Lock If this item is set to Yes, each time the Receiver turns to running mode (leaves the standby mode), the PIN code has to be input. Setup Menu Lock allows you to protect the menu screen access and all its sub-screens. Channel Lock allows you to lock a specific service (the PIN code is requested when you zap to the locked services). To lock / unlock a service, see 5.1.2 modify a favourite list). Maturity Level A parental rating (between 1 and 18 years) is available. In this case, all services which are not in the age limits become inaccessible unless enter the PIN code. This parental rating depends of the information forwarded or not by the broadcaster. If maturity level access control is activated, all access to timer feature request the PIN code. 4 To change the PIN code, press on red button. The default Receiver PIN code (after the âFirst Time Installationâ or âFactory System Reinstallationâ) is â0000â. 5 Enter the new wanted PIN code, enter it a second time in Confirm item.

Disposal of your old product Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. Please be informed about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products. Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old product with your normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and human health. Modifications Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void user authority to operate this device.

Notice for the European Union
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Union.

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4.5 Calling up program information banner
Press INFO to call up the information banner, a temporized banner is displayed at the bottom of the screen including: 1 The channel list name 2 The channel number in the current list 3 The maturity level 4 The channel name 5 Only information about the present and the following events of the current service are available. By default, the present event is displayed. The following event is displayed by pressing 1/2 (toggle between present and following events). 6 Current time 7 Duration bar graph 8 Some specific icons relative to the service properties (from left to right Teletext presence / channel locked / audio language / scrambled / DVB-Subtitle presence). 9 Reception quality: the more bars are shown the better the reception is. Press 3/4 to highlight the desired option and press OK in order to call it up.

3 Connecting other devices
Connecting DVB-T receiver to a TV set and DVD player.

6 Troubleshooting
Possible cause Receiver No main voltage does not start and the red LED is not on Receiver Obstacle between remote cannot be control and Receiver Fault Remedies Check connector cable and pluggable power supply Eliminate Obstacle

4.10 Language 4.11 Using Teletext 4.12 Channel selector

5.1 Favourites lists
The Favourite lists menu allows you to create, modify and delete your own favourite lists but not the two default service lists (TV, Radio). Four TV favourite lists and four radio favourite lists can be created. 5.1.1 Creating a favourite list This screen allows you to create a new favourite channels list with selection criteria. The name of the list is set to FAV x for TV services and RFAV x for Radio.

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To obtain more information on present and following event, you could press INFO again.

4.6 TV/ Radio Switching
In viewing mode, a press on Radio swaps between the current TV channel and the current radio channel.

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1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight the Favourites list and press OK. 3 Highlight the Create a favourites list and press OK. 4 Once you have validated the parameters, and press OK to confirm. The favourite list modification screen is automatically displayed (see 5.1.2 Modifying a favourite list). By default all channels are skipped. 5.1.2 Modifying a favourite list This screen allows you to modify a favourite list. The current favourite list name is displayed on the top of the screen.

automatic scanning through the Receiver tuner) or âmanualâ. Channel Type a filter could be done on channels to install only scrambled ones, only free ones or all

operated Receiver is not switched on Switch on the Receiver using remote Batteries are empty Change with the new batteries A timer is running, the Press the TIMER key Receiver is locked (all the and 0 Key successively remote control keys are to cancel the timer and inactive), the font panel LED unlock the receiver is blinking No picture, Your Receiver is in standby Press either Prog +/-, no sound, but mode MENU or any number the red LED key to bring your is on receiver out of standby No picture, The SCART connection to no sound, but the TV is faulty or loose the green LED is on No/Week DVB-T signal is too week, signal or out of DVB-T signal displayed on covering area. the screen Check the SCART TV connection

3 Then, select the desired language and follow by TV format using 1/2. Once, all settings are corrects, validate by pressing OK. 4 Validate the screen to launch the automatic channel installation. Once the automatic installation is finished, a temporary pop-up indicates it to you. The first channel is then automatically displayed. Antenna

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Program information banner
Press the INFO to call up the information banner:
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1 Channel list name 2 Channel number in the current list 3 Maturity level 4 Channel name 5 Information about the present and the following events of the current service. Pressing 1/2 to toggle between present and following events.

6 Current time 7 Duration bar graph 8 Some specific icons relative to the service properties (from left to right Teletext presence / channel locked / audio language / scrambled / DVB-Subtitle presence).

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Other settings
From everywhere, a press on the MENU displays the main menu. This menu allows you to configure the receiver and the TV set. Please refer to User Manual for detail setting.

4.7 Subtitle
By pressing APP during viewing mode, a pop-up appears to allow you to select the wanted language for subtitles. In this pop-up only selecting a new one among the list of available languages changes the language of the subtitles component for the current channel:

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First-Time installation
1 Before the installation, please make sure you are in an area with sufficient DVB-T signal coverage. You can check the signal coverage on website www.p4c.philips.com 2 Switch the receiver on by pressing the ON/OFF on the remote control. LED indication RED Standby mode GREEN Running mode Blink GREEN A timer is running

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Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners 2006 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.

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By means of the timer setting, you can switch your Receiver on and off at a specific time, for instance, in order to allow for the recording with a video-tape recorder. The receiver then automatically switches on in the standby mode. If the receiver is already switched on, the receiver automatically switches to the selected program. The timer can be set via the EPG â4.9 EPGâ or via the âTimersâ menu in the following section. To enter into Timers menu: 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight Installation > Timers and press OK. During the recording, the Receiver is locked. All the remote

Make sure you are in an area with sufficient coverage. You can check the co verage on the website www.philips.com/support Re-adjust your antenna position Carry out automatic scan mode.

1.2 Front side (see figure 1)
1 IR sensor 2 Standby Red Green Orange 3 Standby LED Standby mode Running mode A timer is running ON/OFF: Power standby on and off the receiver.

4.8 Immediate Timer
You can start a timer immediately on the current TV channel by pressing the TIMER key. You are requested to confirm the timer. The timer stops automatically at the end of the current channel. WARNING During the recording, the Receiver is locked. All the remote control keys are inactive, and if present, the LED is blinking, You can unlock the Receiver during a recording by pressing the TIMER then the 0. The timer is cancelled. 1 2 3 4 Press MENU to open the main menu. Highlight the Favourites list and press OK. Highlight the Modify a favourites list and press OK. In favourites list, you can perform the following function using the 4 color buttons. · Add/Skip: press Green button to skip or add the highlighted channel, in front of the channel list a color icon indicates the status (white for skipped, blue for added) · Lock/Unlock: press Red button to lock or unlock the highlighted channel, in front of the channel list a color icon indicate the status (red for locked, blue for unlock). The option is only available if channed is added. · Sort/Move: accessed by a press on the Yellow button. Sort can be made by alphabetical or by provider. The selected services will be sorted and placed at the beginning of the list, and the other (not selected) will be sorted and placed a the end of the list. Move action: 1 Highlight the channel to move 2 Press OK to select it, 3 Move the cursor to the desired location and press OK to finalize the move operation. 4 Press Exit to go back the favorites list sub menus. 5 Add All/Skip All: press the Blue button to generalize the Add or Skip operation to all channels. The only modification you can make in the two default TV and Radio lists is to lock or unlock a channel. 5.1.3 Delete a favourite list This screen allows you to delete a favourite list. 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight the Favourites list and press OK. 3 Highlight the Delete a favourites list and press OK. 4 Highlight the particular FAVx that you want to delete and press OK to confirm.

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4 Antenna: Receive the digital signal from your antenna. 5,6Audio out/ Video out: Connect the cable to your TV or Video device for video output. 7 DC-in: Connect the provided AC/DC adapter to your receiver.

4 Operation 4.1 Switch-on/ Switch-off
Switch the receiver on by pressing the y (standby button) on the remote control and wait until you see the welcome image on your screen. The LED is green if the receiver is switched on. Make sure the A/V input of TV or DVD player is selected.

control keys are inactive, and if present, the LED is blinking, You can unlock the Receiver during a recording by pressing TIMER then the 0. The timer is cancelled. If maturity level access control is activated, all access to timer feature request the PIN code. All timers are deleted after a ânewâ installation. 5.5.1 Add Timer 1 Follow the same step as 5.5 Timers to the Timer menu. 2 Highlight the Add timer and press OK. 3 Input all required parameters using numerical buttons and 1/2.

Channel is no longer broadcasted No Service Strong interference displayed on the screen Make sure you are in an area with sufficient coverage. You can check the coverage on the website www.philips.com/support Re-adjust your antenna or move the receiver to another location with less interference Check the country setting Carry out automatic scan mode. Please make sure you are watching non-pay TV program

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Call up the information banner without changing the channel. EXIT Exit a call up window, such as information banner, menu OK Confirm a setting Volume + / - Press + / - to increase / decrease the volume bar for 1 step. Color buttons Color buttons (respectively red, green, yellow

Improper channel selects Cross the border Pay TV service

4.9 Electronic program guide (EPG)
The EPG offers you an overview of all programmes to be broadcasted in the next week on the current channel. The information presented for the selected event are: Start time, Title, Short description. · Not all channels offer and extensive EPG. · Many broadcasting services broadcast the current day programme but do not offer detailed descriptions. · There are broadcasting services that do not offer any EPG information. 1 Select the desired channel 2 Press EPG to call up the electronic programme guide. The following functions are offered to you by the EPG: · A press on 3/4allows you to consult all event pages for the days, a press on 4 when last event of the list is highlighted displays the next page. · A press on 1/2 allows you to change to previous/next day of event presentation. · The Prog (+/-) allows you to change to another channel in the current channel list. · By pressing TIMER, you can set a timer on the highlighted program of the current channel, see 5.5.1 add timer description.

4.2 First-Time installation
1 Before the installation, please make sure you are in an area with sufficient DVB-T signal coverage. You can check the signal coverage on website www.philips.com/support. 2 After the first switch-on, youâll receive the welcome window. The OK always confirms a selection within these menus, and pressing it will take you to the next step in the installation process. However, and this is important, more than one value often has to be entered in a menu. Firstly, make all necessary setting changes. Then, confirm them all simultaneously by pressing OK. You can always return to the previous menu by pressing exit. Use the 3/4 to move upwards and downwards from one line to another. Use the 1/2 to change settings. 3 On the next screen, select the desired language using 1/2, then press 4 to highlight country setting and select your country. Once, all settings are corrects, validate by pressing OK.

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and blue) used in a few sub-menus 6 TV/STB No function 7 MENU Call up the SETUP menu 8 TIMER/REC Press TIMER/REC to add a program into the timer list. Or call up the timer list by pressing TIMER/REC. 9 ON/OFF Switch on the box or put it to standby mode 10 Numerical For numerical input 11 EPG Call up the Electronic Program Guide information 12 BACK / P<P During channel selection, press P<P to let user switch between the two last selected channels 13 Arrow Up/Down/Left/Right navigation 14 Channel + / - Press change up or down 15 Mute Mute the audio output 16 OPT the OPT button you can also call up the options that the TV program is providing 17 TEXT Teletext 18 LIST/FAV Allows you to switch between default and favourite lists 19 APP the APP button for subtitle selection 20 RADIO Press RADIO to call up the overview for the radio channels. You can return to the TV channel list by pressing RADIO again. 21 I-II It is for sound selection, such as different audio languages.

5.5.2 Modify timer from the list This screen allows you to see the list of programmed timers and to modify them. 1 Follow the same step as 5.5 Timers to the Timer menu. 2 Highlight the Modify timer from the list and press OK. 3 Highlight the programmed timer and press OK. The same screen as âAdd Timerâ is displayed except that parameters of highlighted timer are automatically displayed. The behavior is the same as described in as âAdd Timerâ. 5.5.3 Delete timer from the list 1 Follow the same step as 5.5 Timers to the Timer menu. 2 Highlight the Delete timer from the list and press OK. 3 Highlight the programmed timer and press OK. 4 A pop-up is displayed to allows you to confirm the deletion. 5.5.4 Sleep timer You can set a sleep timer to turn automatically the Receiver into standby mode after a while. 1 Follow the same step as 5.5 Timers to the Timer menu. 2 Highlight the Sleep timer and press OK. 3 Select the timer using 1/2. Few values are available: 15min, 30 min, 45min, 1hour, 2hours, 3hours of Off to disable this feature.

No service during mobile application with speed over 50km. Cannot find The signal may be weak Carry out scan mode the channels again you think if should be available Several These channel are not channels are broadcasted 24 hours a day not received and sometimes are not from time to available. This does not time resemble a fault Cannot access a particular channel, even using the number keys The parental lock has been activated on this channel and an OSD message prompts you for your PIN code

Enter your parental code to access the channel or unlock the channel When prompted for your PIN code, enter the Master PIN code. This will allow you to proceed as well as reset the PIN code to the default PIN code of the receiver (default is â0000â). The Master PIN code is âRED RED GREEN GREEN YELLOW YELLOW BLUE BLUEâ. Note : keep this code secret to prevent your children from using it.

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5.2 Setup
4 Select your TV format. The Setup menu allows you to configure the Receiver and the TV set, in particular: the TV set configuration, the time settings and the reset to default factory settings.

2 Safety precautions
Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully for your safety. Power source The Receiver should be operated only from original 9V power adaptor. Please do not open the cover by yourself. There is high voltage in the set, which will danger your life. Please ask the closest service for help. Power cord The power supply cord should be placed so that it is not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon them or against them. Pay particular attention to cord when you enter the plug, power outlet, and the point where they exit from the Receiver. Liquids Keep liquids away from the Receiver. The Receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. Small objects Coins or other small objects must be kept away from the Receiver as they can fall through the ventilation slots of the Receiver and cause serious damage. Cleaning Disconnect the Receiver from the wall socket before cleaning it. Use a dry cloth lightly dampened (no solvents) to clean the exterior of the Receiver. Ventilation Minimum distance of 10cm, from both sides and a distance of 15cm,to upwards around the apparatus should be kept for sufficient ventilation. Take care for a good air circulation. The ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with items such as newspaper, tablecloths, soft furnishings, curtains, carpets, etc.

5.6 User Preferences
In User preferences, you are able to customize the Receiver. You can set your preferred languages, modify few visual features, activate/deactivate some locking and change the PIN code. To enter into User Preferences menu: 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight User preferences and press OK. 5.6.1 Languages 1 Follow the same step as 5.6 User preference. 2 Highlight the Languages and press OK. 3 Where you can select the menus language, the audio language and subtitles language via 1/2, and press OK once you confirm all the setting. 5.6.2 Appearance This screen allows you to modify the appearance of information displayed during the viewing mode. 1 Follow the same step as 5.6 User preference. 2 Highlight Appearance and press OK. 3 Select the parameters according to your preference: Banner Timeout allows you to set the duration of the display of banner in viewing mode, available values are from 3 to 10 seconds. Volume bar display allows you to display or not the volume bar Volume bar timeout allows you to set the duration of the display of the volume bar, available values are from 3 to 10 seconds. Subtitle display allows you to display or not subtitles according to subtitle language.

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4.10 Language

If the current channel has several audio tracks, the I-II button allows you to choose between them. Selecting a new one amongst the list of available languages changes the audio language for the current channel. 5 Validate the screen to launch the automatic channel installation:

5.2.1 TV configuration 1 Press MENU to open the main menu. 2 Highlight the Setup and press OK. 3 Highlight the TV configuration and press OK. 4 Select the parameters according to below description and press OK to confirm. TV Format Depending on the TV format, the format of the video on the TV SCART is automatically converted to 4:3 or 16:9 according to the received data for each zapping. TV mode Set your TV system (Pal or SECAM). TV Audio Signal allows you to set audio to mono or stereo 5.2.2 Time setting Two modes are available to set the local time: Automatic one which is based on time received from signal

I set the timer but it did not record what I wanted.

You can see all TV and Radio channels found as one goes along. Once the automatic installation is finished, a temporary pop-up indicates it to you. The first channel is then automatically displayed.

Dolby Digital (DD) is not supported.

1 Manual one which allows you to set manually local time 2 Press MENU to open the main menu. 3 Highlight the Setup and press OK. 4 Highlight the Time settings and press OK. 5 Select the mode with 1/2. 6 In manual mode, use digit buttons to set the current date and time directly.

Each time I set a timer, the PIN code is requested The picture on some channels seems to have been stretched or squashed.

Make sure the time of your VCR is set to the the same time as your receiver. Make sure the timer is still on the list. It may have been deleted by a ânewâ installation. The maturity level access Set the maturity level control is set access control to None or prefer lock specific channels. The broadcast is probably in widescreen and the receiver settings may be not correct. Check the receiver âTV formatâ option setting, following the information in 5.2.1 TV configuration. If you have a widescreen TV, you may also need to check the settings on your TV.

4.11 Using Teletext
1 Press the TEXT button to call up the teletext. 2 Completely hide the teletext by pressing the EXIT or TEXT button. You possibly also have to press the OK button in order to display the teletext and to specify whether you want to use the teletext of your TV, or that of the receiver.

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