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HDTV Digital Receiver
Operating Instructions

TU-HDS20

TQB2AA0344

00125

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    For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA (7262) orsend e-mail to: consumerproducts@panasonic.com HDTV Digital ReceiverOperating Instructions TU-HDS20 TQB2AA0344 00125 PRINTED IN USA
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    1 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS Table of Contents Safety Instructions ............................................ 2Important Information ....................................... 4Information on Digital Television ..................... 6 Digital Television .........................................................................6Digital
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    2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Note To CATV System Installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention to article 820-40 of the National Electric Code that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that
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    3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 13. Never push objects of any kind in to this HDTV Digital Receiver through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
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    4 I MPORTANT I NFORMATION Important Information FCC INFORMATION Your HDTV Digital Receiver is registered with the Federal Communication Commission and is in compli-ance with CFR47, Parts 15 and 68, FCC Rules and Regulations. Radio Interference This equipment
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    5 I MPORTANT I NFORMATION Notification to the Local Telephone Company.On the bottom of this equipment is a label indicating among other information, the FCC Registration num-ber and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for the equipment. You must, upon request,
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    6 I NFORMATION ON D IGITAL T ELEVISION Information on Digital Television Digital Television HDTV (High Definition Television)HDTV signal formats are 1080i (interlaced scan) and 720p (progressive scan). HDTVprovides the highest resolution picture and audio
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    7 I NFORMATION ON THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Information on the HDTV Digital Receiver Reception capability of HDTV Digital Receiver The Panasonic HDTV Digital Receiver is capable of receiving analog (NTSC) anddigital (ATSC format), cable (NTSC and ATSC
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    8 I NFORMATION ON THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Panasonic HDTV Digital Receiver Model TU-HDS20 Panasonic HD ATSC/NTSC HDTV Digital Receiver with a built-in DIRECTV PLUS™receiver, can receive and process DIRECTV standard definition video and DIRECTVhigh definition
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    9 C ONGRATULATIONS Congratulations Your Panasonic HDTV Digital Receiver features state-of-the-art technology for high-qualitypicture and sound with complete audio/video output jacks for your home theater system. This HDTV Digital Receiver is capable of receiving
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    10 I MPORTANT N OTES Yagi Important Notes HDTV Digital Receiver Location This unit can be used as part of an entertainment center. Consult your dealer foravailable options. r Avoid excessive sunlight or bright lights. r Keep away from excessive heat or moisture.
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    11 I MPORTANT N OTES H Use good grade 75 Ohm coax (round) cable to connect the antenna to the HDTV Digital Receiver. Do not use 300 Ohm flat twin-lead cable. H Place the antenna away from large metal objects. If using an indoor antenna, remember that aluminum
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    12 F RONT AND R EAR V IEW OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Front and Rear View of the HDTV Digital Receiver Front Panel POWER Turns the HDTV Digital Receiver On. VIDEO OUT Press to select Video Output mode. SMART CARD Also known as Access Card, identifies
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    13 F RONT AND R EAR V IEW OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Rear Panel ANT IN Use to connect an off-air antenna or cable TV signal to the HDTV Digital receiver. SATELLITE IN Use to connect DIRECTV satellite signal to the HDTV DigitalReceiver. RF OUT Use to
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    14 HD D IGITAL TV D ISPLAY F ORMATS HD Digital TV Display Formats The HDTV Digital Receiver converts all ATSC signal formats and HD DIRECTV signalinto viewable programming. The formats are variations on the four (4) formats, 1080i,720p, 480p and 480i. The
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    15 HD D IGITAL TV D ISPLAY F ORMATS 1080i FormatIf your TV is capable of displaying 1080i, then select 1080i by using the VIDEO OUTbutton on the front of the HDTV Digital Receiver. 720p FormatIf your TV is capable of displaying 720p. then select 720p by
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    16 HD D IGITAL TV D ISPLAY F ORMATS Aspect Ratio Selection The HDTV Digital Receiver allows you to select an aspect ratio (picture display shape)to match the source signal and shape of your TV screen. You can also change theaspect ratio for your personal
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    17 HD D IGITAL TV D ISPLAY F ORMATS The 16: 9 a nd 4:3 picture s repr esent the incoming so urce signals re ceived b y the HDT V D igit al Receiver . Th ese p ictures show the d iff erent aspect r atios available with a 16:9 monitor format . • T h e top
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    18 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Features of the HDTV Digital Receiver Channel and Program Tuning - ATSC reception only Channel and program tuning in digital television is very different from currentconventional television. In DTV, up to six (6)
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    19 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Channel Banner: DIRECTV HD / ATSC / NTSC The Channel Banner is available with all signal sources; DIRECTV SD, DIRECTV HD,ATSC and NTSC to show you which channel and program you are currently viewingor have selected.
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    20 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Channel Banner: ATSC OR NTSC The HDTV Digital Receiver has the ability to operate even without DIRECTV ® service. Without the DIRECTV ® service, the event title, event times, event description, channel logo and
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    21 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Channel Banner: ComponentsThe HDTV Digital Receiver is required to display to the user various attributes of aprogram. The Channel Banner is used by all tuning methods to show you whichchannel and program you are
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    22 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Icons: Channel BannerThe Channel Banner contains several icons that are displayed only when the featureis available and is supported by the HDTV Digital Receiver. The following figure andtable depicts the location
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    23 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Closed Captioning SuspensionWhen any OSD is required (i.e. Channel Banner, messages from DIRECTV, etc.), anycaptioning service that is currently active will be removed from the display and anyfurther captioning
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    24 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Example of Non-compound (Single) Channel Number InputFor example, to tune channel 345, you enter the channel number by using the numberkeys (0-9) on the remote control. Then press the ACTION button which causes
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    25 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER If you tune to a channel that is blocked either by spending or advisory limits, acorresponding screen will appear. The following is an example of insufficient credit. Note: The screen remains displayed for 60 seconds,
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    26 F EATURES OF THE HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Aspect Ratio Change Mode The ASPECT key on the remote allows you to change the manner in which the videois presented on the display. The ability to change the video aspect is based upon thevideo input source aspect
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    27 G ETTING S TARTED Getting Started Step 1. Connect AC Power Cord Plug the AC power cord into a grounded outlet. Do not turn on any devices until youhave finished making all necessary connections. Step 1a. Antenna/Cable Connection Connect the antenna or
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    28 G ETTING S TARTED Step 2. HDTV Digital Receiver Connection to DTV-Compatible TV Follow this diagram when connecting the HDTV Digital Receiver to a DTV-compatible TV. Procedure • Set the RGB/YP B P R switch to YP B P R position. • Connect video cables
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    29 G ETTING S TARTED Step 2a. HDTV Digital Receiver Connection to RGB Monitor Follow this diagram when connecting the HDTV Digital Receiver to a Monitor with RGB INPUTS. Procedure • Connect video cables from the RGB output of the HDTV Digital Receiver to
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    30 G ETTING S TARTED Step 2b. HDTV Digital Receiver connection to Conventional TV Follow this diagram when connecting the HDTV Digital Receiver to a conventional TV or Monitor. Terrestrial and digital signal can be received by connecting the digital receiver
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    31 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3. Digital TV Reception with DTV-Compatible TV / Monitor (no satellite or cable service) Follow this diagram if you have a DTV-compatible TV, no satellite or cable service.Digital and Standard terrestrial channels can be viewed
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    32 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3a. Digital TV Reception with Conventional TV (no satellite or cable service) Follow this diagram if you have a conventional TV, no satellite or cable service. Digitaland analog channels can be viewed by connecting the HDTV Digital
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    33 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3b. Digital TV Reception with DTV-Compatible TV (Cable service and terrestrial antenna) Follow this diagram if you have a DTV-compatible TV, cable service and terrestrialantenna. Procedure • Connect the antenna cable to one input
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    34 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3c. Digital TV/Cable Reception with Conventional TV Follow this diagram if you have a conventional TV, cable service and terrestrialantenna. Procedure • Select 480i by using the Video Out button on the front of the HDTV Digital
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    35 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3d. Digital 8VSB Cable/Analog Cable with DTV-Compatible TV Follow this diagram if you have a DTV-compatible TV, cable service providing 8VSBdigital cable, cable box and you want to receive digital cable channels through theHDTV
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    36 G ETTING S TARTED Step 3e. Digital 8VSB Cable/Analog Cable with Conventional TV Follow this diagram if you have a conventional TV, cable service providing 8VSBdigital cable cable box and you want to receive digital cable channels through theHDTV Digital
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    37 G ETTING S TARTED Step 4. Turning HDTV Digital Receiver On Procedure • Press the Remote Control STB mode button . • Press the POWER button. Note: Monitor/TV should also be turned on. Step 5. Switching to DTV Mode (Panasonic TV models) Press the Remote
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    38 G ETTING S TARTED Step 6a. ACTION / Navigation Button Press ACTION to select the Roller Guide Menu item. Press the or arrows tohighlight sub menus. Press the arrow to select features. Press the or arrowsto scroll through options within a feature. Press
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    39 G ETTING S TARTED Step 8. HDTV Digital Receiver Connection to VCR/S-VIDEO VCR Follow this diagram when connecting the HDTV Digital Receiver to a standard VCR or S-VIDEO VCR. Procedure • Select 480i by using the Video Out button on the front of the HDTV
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    40 G ETTING S TARTED Step 9. Programming Available NTSC/ATSC Channels YOU MUST PERFORM THE AUTOMATIC CHANNEL PROGRAMMING BEFOREMANUALLY ADDING AND DELETING CHANNELS BECAUSE OF THE DIGITALTUNING SYSTEM USED BY THE HDTV Digital Receiver. THIS METHOD WILLENSURE
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    41 O PTIONAL C ONNECTIONS Optional Connections HDTV Digital Receiver Connection to Dolby Digital AC-3 Decoder Follow this diagram to connect the HDTV Digital Receiver to a Dolby Digital AC-3 decoder. Procedure • Connect Digital Audio cable from the Digital
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    42 R EMOTE C ONTROL GUIDEPress to select STB Guide or DVD menu *To conserve battery life, the LIGHT functioncan be disabled/enabled by pressing R-TUNEand RECALL simultaneously. PROG (Program) / DashPress to enter the 2-digit minor number in a compound channel
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    43 R EMOTE C ONTROL F UNCTIONAL K EY C HART Remote Control Functional Key Chart Key Component Function ALL COMPONENTS Turn components On and Off LIGHT REMOTE CONTROL Illuminate buttons MUTE TV AUX (RCVR) CBL Mute audio TV/VIDEO ALL COMPONENTS Switch between
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    44 R EMOTE C ONTROL F UNCTIONAL K EY C HART PAGE STB DVDRCVR Page up /downSkip up / downStation up / down CHANNEL ALL COMPONENTS Channel downChannel up GUIDE STB DVD Guide Menus EXIT STB Exit Menus VCR REC VCR AUX (Cassette Deck) Record MOVE REW TV CABLEDVD
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    45 R EMOTE C ONTROL F UNCTIONAL K EY C HART Battery InstallationIncorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion that will damage theRemote Control.Use two AA batteries: Remove the battery cover by pushing in near the arrow and sliding the
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    46 S PECIAL R EMOTE B UTTONS Special Remote Buttons Aspect Ratio Selections The ASPECT button changes the aspect ratio (picture display shape) in response tothe source signal and monitor format. You can also change the aspect ratio for yourpersonal viewing
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    47 S PECIAL R EMOTE B UTTONS T he 16:9 and 4:3 pictur es represent the incom ing sour ce signals re ce ived by th e H D TV Digit al Receive r. T hese p ictures show the d iff eren t aspe ct r atios available with a 16:9 monito r forma t. • T he top pictur
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    48 S PECIAL R EMOTE B UTTONS TV/Video The TV/VIDEO button allows you to select the mode of your TV. Each time the TV/VIDEO button is pressed, the TV will cycle through Channel, Video 1, Video 2, Video 3and DTV modes. Note: Not all television models will
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    49 P ROGRAMMING THE R EMOTE C ONTROL Programming the Remote Control The Universal Remote Control can be programmed to operate many manufacturers’components using the component function buttons for VCR, DVD, AUX (RCVR, CD,TAPE, CASSETTE DECK and LD), CBL,
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    50 C OMPONENT C ODES Brand Code Akai 110 Centurion 112 Daewoo 120 Emerson 141, 143, 144 Fisher 150 GE/Panasonic/Quasar 101 GE/RCA 162 Hitachi 180 JVC 190 Magnavox 210, 212 Marantz 220 Panasonic 100, 101, 102 Pioneer 222 Proscan 230 Quasar 101, 103 Radioshack
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    51 C OMPONENT C ODES Brand Code Admiral 200 Aiwa 137,160 Akai 014, 015, 016,142 Audio Dynamic 011, 240 Bell & Howell 005, 013 Broksonic 081, 136 Canon 125, 135 Citizen 006 Craig 005, 006, 141 Curtis Mathes 130, 137, 300 Daewoo 001, 130, 250 DBX 010,
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    52 C OMPONENT C ODES Codes for CD Codes for Cassette Deck Codes for DBS Brand Code Echo Star 110 GE 170 Hitachi 050 Panasonic 100 Philips 001, 002 Primestar 391 RCA 170 Sony 390 Toshiba 000 Uniden 001, 002 Brand Code Codes for DVD Brand Code Panasonic 500,
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    53 C OMPONENT C ODES Brand Code Admiral 710 Aiwa 760, 761 Denon 800, 801, 802 Fisher 604 Garrard 655 Harman 657, 750 Jensen 764 JVC 790,791 Kenwood 600, 650 Magnavox 762 Marantz 751 McIntosh 658 Nakamichi 631 Onkyo 651, 656 Optimus 603, 762, 770, 771 Panasonic
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    54 S PECIAL F EATURES OF HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Special Features of HDTV Digital Receiver Impulse Pay Per View (IPPV)You must connect your phone line to the HDTV Digital Receiver to receive pay perview (PPV) service offered by DIRECTV. Connecting the phone
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    55 S PECIAL F EATURES OF HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER If you press the INFO key, the PPV window will be displayed. Once a PPV eventstarts, video and audio could be displayed for 5 minutes into the PPV event. After 5minutes have elapsed, video and audio are removed
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    56 S PECIAL F EATURES OF HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER You will be given a choice of whether they wish to Purchase (OK) or Cancel this PPVevent, as shown below. You can also select other time to view this event, as shown below. After you have selected a different
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    57 S PECIAL F EATURES OF HDTV D IGITAL R ECEIVER Software Upgrade MessagesThe HDTV Digital Receiver has the ability to receive download replacement software.This will allow the HDTV Digital Receiver software to be upgraded. The HDTV DigitalReceiver will
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    58 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU ™ Roller Guide Menu™ Press the MENU button on the Remote Control to display the Roller Guide Menu™*.Press the F or G arrow to rotate the Roller Guide. Press the ACTION button to enter a category submenu screen, where the options for
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    59 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU ™ ACTION / Navigation Button Press the ACTION button to select main menu items. Press the or arrows to highlight sub menus. Press the arrow to select features. Press the or arrows to scroll through options within a feature. Press
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    60 R OLLER G UIDE F EATURE C HART Roller Guide Feature Chart Roller Guide Feature Chart M ENU D ESCRIPTION SET UP Satellite Setup H Dish Type - Lets you choose Oval or Round dish. H Auto Configuration - Enables the HDTV Digital Receiver to automatically
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    61 R OLLER G UIDE F EATURE C HART GUIDE Guide Setup H Guide: Provides Channels and Program information to the user. Note: The Guide is active in the DIRECTV/ATSC/NTSC mode only. TIMER TIMER 1TIMER 2TIMER 3TIMER 4TIMER 5TIMER 6TIMER 6TIMER 7TIMER 8 H MODE
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    62 R OLLER G UIDE F EATURE C HART ACCOUNT Future Purchases H Future purchases - Displays PPV events purchased, but not aired. Also lets you tocancel a PPV event. Past purchases H Past purchases - Lets you review PPV purchased events. Displays CAM slotnumbers
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    63 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Roller Guide Menu Operations Setup To help you with the initial set up of the digital receiver, the Setup menu is displayedautomatically when the HDTV Digital receiver is turned on for the first time. A setupwizard will
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    64 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Satellite Setup – Sat. PortsYou will be able to select 4 satellite port configurations - No Satellite, AutoConfiguration, Satellite A, B or Satellite A, B, C. The DIRECTV Plus Satellite Antennacomes packaged with
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    65 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Satellite Setup – Dish positionThis screen allows you to correctly position your Satellite antenna by receivingelevation, azimuth and rotation ( marked in degrees), after the you have entered your5-digit zip code.
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    66 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Satellite Setup – Signal MeterSince the HDTV Digital Receiver is capable of receiving satellite programming frommultiple DIRECTV satellites, the user has the ability to choose one of 3 supportedsatellites to receive
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    67 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Guide SetupThe guide setup allows you to select your local channel area for display in the Advanced Program Guide. Procedure H In SETUP menu. press F or Gbutton to highlight Guide Setup.H Press K button twice
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    68 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Ant Setup – Ant InputThis screen allows you to select the type of local input sources. The following are thelist of input options: • Antenna • Cable • OFF The OFF state deactivates the Terrestrial/Cable ATSC/NTSC
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    69 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Ant Setup – Auto ScanThe Auto scan allows you to retrieve all of the antenna or unscrambled cable channel.When you press the ACTION key while the START button is highlighted, theautomatic scan of all available
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    70 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Ant Setup – Add/Del ChThis screen lets you to add or delete the channels that were detected by the autoscan. Once you enter the Add/Del Ch option screen, the F,G buttons and numeric keys can be used to select a
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    71 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : MonitorThe monitor menu allows you to match your monitor/receiver type. You can choosebetween two monitor types: 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratio. The following table shows the icon and messages displayed for each of the
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    72 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : System TestThe System Test menu allows you to invoke a system test which perform a check ofthe following subsystems. Note: System test is only available for Satellite input. The following screens show the system
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    73 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Setup : Access CardThe Setup screen allows you to setup a new access card. You can transfer existingaccess card information to the new access card. This procedure is called “chaining”.When you press the ACTION button while
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    74 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Guide The Advanced Program Guide (APG) is a key feature of the HDTV Digital Receiver.The Guide enables you to browse through a large number of programs from thevarious input sources connected to the HDTV Digital Receiver
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    75 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Guide : Channel ListThe guide will display channel(s) that are either in the “ALL CH” or “FAV CH” mode.The HDTV Digital Receiver default mode is “ALL CH”. The user can switch the modethrough a button in the channel banner
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    76 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Guide : Banner Description IconsThe Guide Banner will contain several icons that are displayed only when the featureis available and is supported by the HDTV Digital Receiver. The following table andfigure shows the appearance
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    77 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Guide : Banner CategoriesThe APG is capable of displaying information according to the categories that youhave selected. For example, if you select Sports category, then only those channelsbroadcasting sports are displayed
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    78 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Once the user has selected a particular sub-category, the guide will reformat itselfreflecting the new category filter as shown below. The new guide filter will remain ineffect until the user powers off the HDTV Digital
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    79 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Lock This HDTV Digital Receiver incorporates V-Chip technology to block the viewing ofmovies and television programs according to the rating category. There are 2 ContentAdvisory categories: MPAA (Motion Picture Association
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    80 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Lock : Movie LimitsThe MPAA uses the standard movie ratings. The TV Parental Guidelines providesrating schemes of its own: age-based ratings, content-based ratings or combination ofthe two.The following table and figure
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    81 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Lock : TV LimitsThe TV Parental Guidelines has 7 levels of age-based ratings that the user can select.These 7 levels are split into 2 age-based groups: Youth Age-based Ratings andGuidance Age-based Ratings.Some of these
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    82 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Lock : Ch LocksThe user can lock satellite and non-satellite channels from being displayed. To accessthese channels when channel surfing, the user is required to enter the 4 digit secretpassword. Once the user has highlighted
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    83 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Following figures show the 3 different color code schemes. Channel 300’s 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41
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    84 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Lock : SpendingThe feature allows the user to control the amount per event. If the amount is below theevent cost, you won’t be able to view the event. Procedure H In LOCK menu, press F or G button to highlight Spending.H
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    85 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS ACCOUNT The Account category conveys information to the user. This information was either theresult of the action by the user or sent from DIRECTV to the HDTV Digital Receiver.This category contains 2 areas: Account :
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    86 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Account : Past This screen allows you to review PPV purchased events. The PPV events that thesubscriber purchased but cancels or does not watch will not be displayed. Following isan example of Past purchase screen. Account
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    87 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Options The Options menu gives you the ability to configure the HDTV DIGITAL RECEIVER.These options can affect the overall behavior of the digital receiver. Options menu has thefollowing sub-options:• Audio • Caption •
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    88 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Options : CaptionThe HDTV Digital Receiver contains a built-in decoder that is capable of providing avisual display of the audio portion. The program viewed must provide ClosedCaptioning (CC) for the television to display
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    89 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Options : ClockThe clock option allows you to configure the system clock. When connected toDIRECTV service, you can set the DST ( daylight savings time), Time Zone and resetthe time to what is current in the smart card.
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    90 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Options : Sat/Loc ModeThe Sat/Loc mode allows you to change the tuning mode between Satellite Tuningmode and Local Tuning mode.The local tuning mode allows viewing of the channels that are programmed throughthe auto scan
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    91 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Procedure H In Options Menu, press For G button to highlight Favorites.H Press K to change Favorite channel settings.H Press FG buttons to set Group. H Press ACTION button to display all channels in that group. Highlighted
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    92 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS TIMER This HDTV Digital Receiver contains eight timers that are capable of tuning the HDTVDigital Receiver on and off at selected times, on selected channels and on selecteddays. The timer options provide you an automatic
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    93 R OLLER G UIDE M ENU O PERATIONS Note: All Data fields must be entered prior to setting the view mode. Timers cannot overlapbetween the timers. The first entered timer will override the other timers. Timer Error MessagesThe HDTV Digital Receiver will
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    94 G LOSSARY AND A CRONYMS Glossary and Acronyms APG Advanced Program Guide. DIRECTV new generation of the electronic program guide. ATSC Advanced Television Systems Committee. Standardization body that developed theDigital Television Terrestrial formats.
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    95 G LOSSARY AND A CRONYMS OPPV Order Ahead pay per view. Movie purchases placed by calling a customer servicerepresentative rather than using the on-screen displays. Necessary to purchasemovies when the subscriber does not connect the phone to the HDTV
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    96 T ROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting Before requesting service for this unit, check the table below for a possible cause of the problem you areexperiencing. Some simple checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem andrestore proper
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    97 T ROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Remedy The ACTION button is not responding •Make sure to press ACTION in the middle of the button.•Make sure the remote control is in STB or TV mode. No key operation (by the unit and/orthe remote control) is effective. Set the
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    98 N OTES
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    100 N OTES Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company,Division of MatsushitaElectric Corporation of AmericaOne Panasonic WaySecaucus, New Jersey 07094