Xoro HRS 8540 User Manual

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HRS 8540

User's Manual (English)

Safety Precaution

This STB has been designed and manufactured to satisfy the international safety standards. Please read the following safety precautions carefully before operating this receiver.

Main Supply:

Before operating, please check the units operating voltage is 200-240V AC 50/60Hz.

Overload:

Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter, neither use damaged power cord or touch it with wet hand as this may result in electric shock.

Liquid:

The receiver shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing water, and that no objects filled with liquids, such as base, shall be placed on the apparatus.

Ventilation:

Keep the slots on top of the receiver uncover to allow sufficient airflow to the unit. Do not put the receiver on soft furnishings or carpets. Do not expose the receiver to direct light or do not place it near a heater or in humid conditions. Do not stack other electronic equipments on top of the receiver.

Cleaning:

Plug out the receiver from the wall outlet before cleaning. Clean the receiver by a soft cloth or mild solution of washing-up liquid (no solvents).

Connection:

Disconnect the receiver from the mains when you connect it to satellite LNB or disconnect it from LNB. Failure would possibly cause damage to the LNB.

Location:

Put the receiver indoor in order to avoid lightening, raining or sunlight.

Uncover:

Do not remove the cover, to reduce the risk of electric shock. Contact qualified and licensed service personnel to repair the receiver, or contact your dealer.

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1. Reference

1.1 General Features

DVB-S/DVB-S2 Satellite Compliant (MPEG-II/ MPEG-IV/ H.264) SCPC & MCPC receivable from Ku and C band satellites Universal, Single, Single S & C Band Wideband LNB

Sensitive Tuner Unicable Supported Blind Scan supported PAL/NTSC Conversion

8 bits Color on screen display (OSD)

Storing memory: 64 satellite, 3000 transponders and 5000 channels 8 favorite groups

Parental lock supported Multi-language menu supported Multi-language audio supported Multi-language DVB Subtitle output Electronic Program Guide (EPG) Teletext

USB 2.0 Interface

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1.2 Accessories

1x Users manual

1x Remote Control Unit

Figure 1.Accessories

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2. Product Overview

2.1 Front Panel

1. Power LED

Figure 2. Front Panel

Power indicator

2. Power button

Switch between operation and standby modes.

2.2 Rear Panel

Figure 3. Rear Panel

1. LNB IN

Connect the satellite antenna cable.

2. HDMI

Connect to the TV using an HDMI cable. (preferred)

3. SPDIF

Digital Audio output (Optical).

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4. USB2.0

One USB 2.0 Host Port.

5. TV SCART

Connect to the TV using a SCART cable.

2.3 Remote Control Unit (RCU)

1. Power button

2. Mute button

3.NUMERIC KEY (0~9): Enter a TV/radio channel number or menu option number

4.TV/R: Switch between TV and RADIO

5.SLEEP: Set the sleep time

6.EPG (Electronic Program Guide): Display the program guide

7.MENU: Activate main menu

8.CH▲ /CH▼: Changes program

9.VOL◄ /VOL►: Change volume in viewing mode.

10.OK: Confirm

11.FAV: Display favorite channel list

12.EXIT: Exit current menu step by step

13.FIND: Quickly find channels which you want

14.AUDIO: Display the audio list

15.DISP: Set the HDMI mode

16.ZOOM: Picture zooming function

17.P▲/▼ : Page up/down

18.MARK: Mark a position when play

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19.JUMP MARK: Jump to the marked position

20.RECALL: Switch to the previous viewed channel

21.INFO: Display the program information

22.SUB: Display the subtitle language list

23.DVR INFO: Display the information of the video and the recording

24.TXT: Display the teletext

25.WW: Fast rewind

26.XX: Fast forward

27.X: Play

28./USB: Enter USB menu or stop playing or recording

29.IWW: Previous

30.XXI : Next

31. I I : Pause/Step

32. : Record

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3. Connection with Other Device

The following diagram shows you the connections among receiver, TV, LNB and other equipment.

3.1 Connecting to TV

Figure 5. Connecting to TV & VCR

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3.2 Connecting the Antenna

You can connect one fixed dish LNB directly to the LNB IN, or connect at least two dishes LNB by DiSEqC Switch.

Figure6. Connecting to Dish LNB

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Figure7. Connecting to Dish LNB

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