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PDF Content Summary: User Manual English Powerful 1.3GHz Dual Core CPU Advanced Linux Operating System Pluggable Tuner Support for DVB-S2/DVB-C/T/T2 Various Plug-ins Supported Vu+® is a registered trademark of Ceru Co. Ltd. Contents (A) PRECAUTION!!! 4(B) Packaging Contents 6(C) Product Descriptions 7(D) Conditional Access 9(E) Remote Control 11(F) Main Features 13(G) Optional Features 13(H) Technical Data 14 I. Installation of Vu+ 1. Connecting Signal Cable 152. Connecting TV 16 3. Connecting Power 184. Power ON/OFF 19 II. First Time Installation (using Wizard) Step 1. Language Selection 19Step 2. Configuring Satellite Connection 19 Step 3. Installing Default Satellite List 24 Step 4. Parental Control Option 24 III. Basic Operations 1. Switching Channel 252. Volume Control 25 3. Selecting Audio Track 264. Subtitle 27 5. Teletext 286. Program Information (Infobar) 297. Channel List 298. Electronic Program Guide (Event View) 31 9. Timeshift (Optional) 3410. Recording (Optional) 3511. Recording Play (Optional) 39 12. Managing Recording Files (Optional) 4013. Media Player 4114. Plug-ins 4215. Sleep Timer 43

IV. System Configuration 1.Main Menu 2.System Setup 2-1. Service Searching A. Tuner Configuration B. Loading Default Service Lists C. Automatic Scan of Services D. Manual Scan of Services 2-2. System Configuration A. A/V Settings B. Language Selection C. Customization D. Selecting Time Zone E. Hard Disk Set Up F. Front Display Setup G. Network Setup H. Skin Change 2-3. Checking CAM 2-4. Parental Control 2-5. Factory Reset 2-6. Checking H/W and S/W Information A. Service Information B. System Information 2-7. Remote Control Unit (RCU) Set-up A. User Guide of Vu+ Universal RCU B. Function Key Table C. TV Code List V. Copyright - GNU GPL VI. Menu Structure VII. Troubleshooting VIII. Glossary 444545454646474949515153545455575758606161626363656678828384

Vu + User Manual (A) PRECAUTION!!! This product has been designed and manufactured in compliance with EU consumer safety requirements (CE). Please read the following safety precautions carefully. 1. Connecting Power • This product operates only in the range of AC100-240V and 50Hz/60Hz. Please check first your power supply to see if it fits this range. • Please be noted that you need to disconnect from the mains before you start any maintenance or installation procedures. • Make sure that the power cord is placed in a position where it is easy to unplug it from the mains in an emergency. 2. Overloading • Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may cause electrical fire or shock. 3. Liquid • This product is not water-proof and should not be exposed to dripping, splashing, or any type of liquid. • No objects filled with liquid such as base shall be placed on the product. • Please do not clean the product with wet cloth, which may cause a short circuit. • No wet objects should be placed near the product. 4. Ventilation • Allow a sufficient space between the product and other objects to make sure air ventilation of the product. • Do not block the top or rear of the product with an object, which will close the ventilation holes and lead to a high temperature of the system. This may cause a failure of the product. • Do not stack other electronic devices on top of the product. • Do not insert any kind of pointed objects like screw, gimlet, etc. into the ventilation holes of the product. This will damage the product. 5. Connecting the Satellite Cable. • Disconnect the power of the product before you connect the satellite cable to the product. Otherwise, it may cause damage to the LNB. 6. Grounding • The LNB must be earthed to the system earth for the satellite dish. 7. Location • Place the product indoor. • Do not expose the product to rain, sun or lightening. • Do not place the product near any heat appliances as a radiator. • Ensure that there is more than 10 cm distance from any electrical devices and wall. 4 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual 8. Lightening, Storm or Not In Use. • Unplug the product and disconnect the antenna cable during a thunderstorm or lightening, especially when left unattended and unused for a long period of time. This will prevent possible damages from power surges or lightening. 9. Replacement of Parts • Unauthorized part replacements, especially by one who is not a qualified technician may result in damage to the product. • Ensure that when part replacements are necessary qualified technicians perform the task using the components specified by the manufacturer. 10. Hard Disk Drive • Do not move the product or turn the power off suddenly while the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is still running. This may result in damage to the HDD and thus the system. • The company shall not be liable for any corruption of data on the HDD caused by careless use or misuse of users. 11. Battery • There is danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly replaced. • Replace batteries only with the same or equivalent type. Dolby Digital Plus : Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double - D symbol are trade marks of Dolby laboratories. DTS 2.0+Digital OutTM Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent Nos: 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS, the Symbol, & DTS and the Symbol together are registered trademarks & DTS 2.0+Digital Out is a trademark of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. "WEEE" Symbol instructions. This product should not be disposed with other house hold wastes at the end of its working life. Please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. This will help prevent harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal. 5 Vu User Manual +(B) Packaging Contents Please check all package contents before using your product. • Vu+ SOLO SE • Remote Control • Batteries • HDMI cable • Easy Setup Guide • Power Adapter & Power Cable • External IR Cable 6 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual (C) Product Descriptions Front Panel 1 2 3 4 1 Idle Server Mode Button 2 Display Status LED 3 CI Module slot One CI module slot is provided. 4 Smartcard reader slot (Xcrypt) One Smartcard slots is provided. 7 Vu User Manual + Rear Panel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 Pluggable Tuner Slot Single DVB-S2/C/T/T2. 2 Video output Connects to TV using RCA cable. 3 Audio output Connects to TV using RCA cable. 4 S/PDIF Connects to a digital audio system using S/PDIF cable. 5 Ethernet Connects the PC or another set top box of Vu+. 6 External IR / RS232 RS232 data port is provided. 7 On/Off Switch Powers on/off. 8 E-SATA For external HDD. 9 HDMI Connects to TV using a HDMI cable for both audio and video signals. 10 USB Connects the USB memory stick or external HDD. 11 Power Inlet Connects the detachable power cord. 8 9 10 11 8 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual (D) Conditional AccessAmongst the channels that are scanned via Vu+, some channels can be properly tuned in only with the corresponding Smartcard and/or CAM (Conditional Access Module). Vu+ provides two Smartcard Reader slots and one Conditional Interface slot and users need to purchase those Smartcards and CAMs that are required for viewing such subscription based services. Insertion of Smartcard 1 Open the door on the right side. 2 Insert Smartcard as in following instruction. 3 Make sure that the Smartcard remains inserted while viewing. NOTE : Insert the card while the smart card IC is downward. Insertion Smartcard 9 Vu +User Manual Insertion of CAM (Conditional Access Module) There are several Conditional Access Systems (CAS), other than Xcrypt that Vu+ supports. To watch channels that are encrypted in such CAS as Nagravision, NDS, Irdeto, Viaccess, etc, users need to purchase a CAM that is corresponding to each CAS, as well as Smartcard to decrypt those encrypted channels. 1 Insert a Smartcard into the CAM as in the below picture. 2 Once the Smartcard inserted into the CAM, insert the CAM into the CI slot. 3 Make sure that the CAM remains inserted while viewing. Insertion Smartcard CI-Module 10 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual (E) Remote Control Vu+ SOLO SE remote control (RCU) is a universal one that can be used for TV and STB both. Please refer to IV. System Configuration 2.9 Remote Control Unit Set-up section for more explanation.

1 TV Power Once configured for TV remote control, this button is for TV power on/ off. 2 STB Power When the STB is turned on, normal press of this button puts the STB into Idle Server Mode instantly. When the STB is turned off, normal press of this button turns the STB on instantly. Long press activates Standby/Restart menu. 3 Subtitle Displays the subtitle of the current channel if the channel provides subtitle. 4 Teletext Displays provides the subtitles. teletext information of the current channel if the channel 5 AV This button is used when selecting video source of TV. 6 Mute Silences the audio temporarily. NOTE : when Teletext is activated, key is also used when toggling between the Teletext page and the live mode. 7 Numeric Keys Enters a channel number or numbers required to be input according to menu options. 8 Color Keys Each key is assigned a specific function that may be different in each menu. • Red – mainly used for REC, Cancel, etc. • Green – mainly used for OK • Yellow • Blue 9 Navigation Keys Navigates up/down and left/right on the menu options. Up/down keys are used to call up the channel list. 10 OK Confirms the selected menu option. 11 Volume + / - Adjusts the audio volume. 12 EXIT Exits the current menu option into the live mode, or switches one step back of the menu. 12 364 57891012 11 11

Vu + User Manual 13 EPG Displays the Electronic Program Guide (EPG) information if provided. 14 Channel + / - Navigates through the scanned channel list. 15 Menu Displays the main menu. 16 Recording List (Optional) Displays the list of recordings stored on the internal HDD if any. 17 Audio Displays the audio track option to choose (e.g. ACS, Stereo). 18 Help Displays major important operation methods of Vu+. This provides users with a quick guide of using Vu+. 19 Fast Rewind Fast rewinds at up to 128 times faster than the normal speed (x2 / 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 / 128). 20 Play Plays the selected file at the normal speed. 21 Pause Pauses the live program. 22 Fast Forward Fast forwards at up to 128 times faster than the normal speed 14 (x2 / 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64 / 128). 23 TV Displays the TV Channel list. 13 24 Recording (Optional) 15Displays instantly the recording menu. 16 25 Stop Stops playing of a file and goes to the live mode. 26 Radio Displays the Radio channel list. NOTE : Vu+ QWERTY is also supported.(optional) 1817 1920 2221 2324 2625 12 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player +

Vu + User Manual (F) Main Features • Powerful 1.3 GHz Dual Core CPU • Advanced Pluggable tuner system - Single DVB-S2/C/T/T2 • Dolby Digital Plus & DTS supported. • 1 x Smartcard Reader (Xcrypt) • 1 x Common Interface • Dual MPEG2 / H.264 Hardware Decoding • DNR(Digital Noise Reduction) • Status LED • 256MB Flash / 1GB DDR3 DRAM • Ethernet • 2 x USB 2.0 • E-SATA for external HDD • RS232 / External IR slot • HDMI • Composite Video (RGB) • SPDIF for digital bit stream out (optical) • Power Adaptor • Linux Operating System • Media Player • Downloadable Plug-ins supported • EPG supported • Automatic & Manual Service Scan supported • Multiple LNB control (DiSEqC) supported • Skin change supported (G) Optional Features PVR function in Vu+ Solo SE is optional feature that needs ZPU license. PVR function includes ; • Time-shifting • Recording • Play recorded contents 13 Vu +User Manual (H) Technical Data Vu+ Technical Specifications Front Panel Display Status LED Smart card slot 1 Common Interface 1 Key N/A Rear Panel Power switch 1 Sat-IF input/output Connection TV Pluggable Tuner - Single DVB-S2/C/T/T2 Video output (analogue) 1 x Cinch-socket Video/audio output (digital) 1 x HDMI Audio output (analogue) 2 x Cinch socket Audio output (digital) Standard optical USB 2.0 2 Ethernet 1 RS 232 / External IR 1 Power Mains voltage 100-240/50-60 V/Hz Power consumption (Max./typ. operation/stand-by) 24W / 10W / 0.5W RF RF range Modulation, FEC, de-multiplexer 950-2,150 MHz DVB-S/DVB-S2/C/T/T2 Video Video resolution CCIR 601 (720 x 576 lines), 576p, 720p, 1080i Video decoding MPEG-2, MPEG-4 compatible Input data rate 2-45 MSymb/s S/N > 53 dB Decoding Decoding AC 3, MPEG-4 (AAC-HE), MPEG-1, Layer 1, 2 and 3 Sampling rate 32/4.1/48 kHz S/N > 65 dB LNB LNB supply (horiz./vert.) Control signal 14/18V / Max.400mA 22kHz ; ToneBurst ; DiSEqCTM1.0/1.1/1.2 General Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight (without HDD) 210 x 40 x 185 mm 14 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual NOTE : i means Remote control operation order. I. Installation of Vu+ This chapter will guide you through the whole installation process of Vu+. Please read each section carefully to make sure that the system runs properly. 1. Connecting Satellite Cable This product is integrated with one tuner slot, and the first step is to connect a Vu+ tuner. this product support single DVB-S2 / DVB-C/T / DVB-C/T2 tuners. A. Connecting Satellite Cable As described below, connect satellite cable to LNB IN. B. Internal Loop-through In case you have only one satellite cable, connect the cable to LNB 2 Input. 15 Vu +User Manual 2. Connecting the TV Vu+ provides a variety of audio/video connection methods. A. Connecting TV via HDMI cable For the sake of the best picture quality, especially for digital TV, HDMI connection is recommended. Most HDTVs have HDMI connectors to ensure the highest picture quality. In the rear panel of Vu+ one HDMI connector is available for this purpose. Connect your TV to Vu+ using a HDMI cable as follows. HDMI B. Connecting TV via Composite connection Vu+ provides Composite and Component connectors for both audio and video. Connect your TV to Vu+ as follows: VIDEO Audio or S/PDIF NOTE : If you have an A/V receiver with S/PDIF digital audio input, this connection is recommended to enjoy the best audio quality, especially for the Dolby Digital sound. 16 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu User Manual + 3. Connecting Power A power cord and an adapter are provided in the accessory box. Plug the round end of the adapter power cord into the power input of SOLO SE. NOTE : AC input condition • Nominal Voltage Range: 100 – 250 VAC • Maximum Voltage Range: 90 – 264 VAC • Nominal Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz • Maximum Frequency Range: 47 – 63 Hz NOTE : i means Remote control operation order. 4. Power ON/OFF [ i : Press Power key / Press MENU > Select Standby/Reset] There are several ways to turn your Vu+ ON or OFF � Complete Power Shutdown There is a Power Switch in the rear panel and once it is ON, you do not need to turn it on or off each time. It takes a longer time to boot the system if you turn it off by this switch. � Idle Server Mode POWER key is normally used to turn the power of Vu+ on or off. If you press POWER, it instantly switches your Vu+ off or on. In this mode, the system is not completely shutdown and thus it takes a shorter time to turn it on and off. � Standby Mode [ i : Menu > Standby/Restart > Standby] Standby is used to reduce the standby power consumption. Vu+ is designed to be energy efficient and to guarantee the power consumption to be under 0.5W in the standby mode. 17 Vu +User Manual II. First Time Installation (using Wizard) When you turn on Vu+ for the first time after purchase, an installation wizard will begin step by step. NOTE : OK key is used for confirmation and turns to the next step. Press EXIT key to return to the previous page. Step 1. Language Selection Vu+ provides various languages and here you can choose the main language for your Vu+. Use UP/DOWN key to scroll up and down to find the language you want. 18 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Step 2. Configuring Satellite Connection From now on you need to configure the satellite connection. You have two options: • Use wizard to set up basic features • Exit wizard You are strongly recommended to use wizard as it is designed to guide you through the configuration process. Vu User Manual + A. Configuring Tuner A - DVB-S2 NOTE : If DVB-S2 tuner is mounted, read the following instructions. Using LEFT/RIGHT key, you can choose one of the following Configuration Modes: • Nothing connected • Simple • Loop through to: mode to make the LNB1 be internally connected to the LNB2 in. • Equal to: mode to use the same configuration as that of Tuner B. • Advanced: for an advanced user configuration. If you choose Simple configuration mode, the following picture will appear. 19 Vu User Manual + The five modes are available for the satellite cable connection between LNB and your Vu+ as below: • Single This option is used to receive a single satellite with a single LNB. The cable from LNB is directly connected to Vu+. • Toneburst A/B This option is used if you want to receive two satellites using a Toneburst switch. • DiSEqC A/B This option allows you to configure two satellites in Port A and Port B. 20 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + • Positioner This option is used when you have a motorized satellite antenna. • DiSEqC A/B/C/D This option allows you to configure four satellites in Port A, Port B, Port C and Port D. Vu User Manual + 21 Vu User Manual + • Selecting Scan Mode - Automatic Scan / Manual Scan Channel scanning is possible either in Automatic Scan mode or Manual Scan mode. • Automatic Scan If you choose Automatic Scan, you will be asked whether to erase all the existing channels before scaninig. Press OK to initiate the channel scan. • Channel Scanning The scanned channels will be displayed if the previous configurations have been done correctly. 22 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu User Manual + Step 3. Installing Default Satellite List Here you will be asked whether you want to install the default satellite lists. Press OK and the following image appears: Step 4. Parental Control Option Here you can choose whether to enable the parental control option. If you press OK, you will be asked to enter PIN number 23 Vu +User Manual III. Basic Operations 1. Switching Channel [ i : Press / , CHANNEL / key / Press / to move to the next channels] Vu+ offers various channel zapping methods. You can switch the current channel by pressing • UP/DOWN key If you press UP or DOWN key, Channel Selection menu appears. You can move up and down to select the channel that you want to tune into. • LEFT/RIGHT key If you press LEFT or RIGHT key, the previous or subsequent channel of the current channel is tuned in. • CHANNEL +/- key If you press CHANNEL + or – key, this will call up the Channel Selection menu. • Channel Number Enter a channel number, and it will instantly tune into the channel. NOTE : If channel change is not done, it is probably because the selected channel is encrypted and you do not have a proper smartcard. 2. Volume Control [ i : Press VOLUME / key] You can adjust the audio volume by pressing VOLUME +/- key. You can also mute or unmute the audio temporarily by pressing MUTE key ( ) 24 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Mute icon is on when the audio is muted. Vu User Manual + 3. Selecting Audio Track [ i : Press AUDIO key] You can check what audio tracks are available to choose by pressing AUDIO key. By using UP/DOWN key and Color key, you can select a different audio language or Stereo sound. NOTE : Available options on this menu will differ depending on the service. 4. Subtitle [ i : Press SUBTITLE key or Press MENU > Subtitle] You can view the subtitle of the current program if the program provides the subtitle. Press SUBTITLE ( ) key and Subtitle selection menu appears as below. Available subtitles, if any, will display. By using UP/DOWN navigate the list to select a subtitle that you want to play and press OK to activate it. 25 Vu User Manual +5. Teletext [ i : Press TELETEXT key] You can call up Teletext information by pressing TELETEXT key ( ). It will take some time to load all the information. You can navigate through the Teletext page by using UP/DOWN key to select a text page. Also, just simply enter the page number that you want to read. • MUTE key Once you activated Teletext, you can toggle between the live mode and the Teletext page by pressing MUTE ( ) key instantly. In this case, loading of the Teletext page takes place instantly. • VOLUME + If you want to enlarge the page, press VOLUME + key. 26 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + 6. Program Information (Infobar) [ i : Press OK key] Whenever you change the channel, infobar is always displayed for 5 seconds (default setting). Infobar is designed to provide you comprehensive information of the channel that you are currently watching. • Press OK to call up infobar. 1 Remaining time of the current program 2 The name of the current channel 3 The current program 4 The next program 5 REC : Highlighted in red when recording is in progress. (Optional) 6 CAS ( ) : Encrypted program 7 Teletext ( ) : Highlighted when the program provides Teletext. 8 16:9 : Screen ratio Vu User Manual + • VOLUME - If you want to reduce the page size, press VOLUME – key. 3 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 27 Vu User Manual +9 SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio) : Signal Level 10 AGC (Automatic Gain Control) : Signal Strength 11 GREEN : to call up Subservices, if available 12 Audio : to display available audio tracks. 13 Extensions : to call up a Picture in Picutre. 14 A : The tuner being used for the current channel. 7. Channel List (Channel Selection Menu) [ i : Press / , CHANNEL / key] If press UP/DOWN key, this will activate Channel Selection Menu as below. Four types of the channel lists are available to help you manage your channel selection. • RED displays the list of all scanned channels. • GREEN displays the list of all scanned satellites. Per each satellite, channels are arranged according to Services, Provider, and New. 28 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu User Manual + • YELLOW displays the list of providers. • BLUE displays the list of your favorite channels. In order for you to add certain channels to this Favourites list, 1 Call up the Channel Selection list by pressing UP or DOWN key. 2 Go to the All list by pressing RED. 3 Select the channel that you want to add to the Favourites list. 4 Press MENU key on the selected channel and the following menu appears. 29 Vu User Manual +5 Choose “add service to favourites” and press OK. 6 Go to the Favourites list by pressing BLUE to confirm that the selected channel is correctly included in the list. 8. Electronic Program Guide (Event View, Recording Function is Optional.) [ i : Press EPG key] The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) displays the program information of each channel, if provided, in time and date order. You can view the detailed program information by pressing EPG key and the following menu, Eventview appears. 30 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Detailed information of the current channel will be displayed on EPG. On this menu, three options are provided. • RED (Similar) This option helps you find similar programs. If there are one or more programs that are similar to the current program, EPG Selection window displays them as below. Vu User Manual + • GREEN (Add Timer) If you press GREEN key, Timer entry menu appears as below. This option is used to set up a new timer for recording or zapping. - Name Displays the name of the selected program. - Description Displays a short description of the selected program. - Timer Type • Select Zap for channel tuning reservation. • Select Record for recording reservation. - Repeat Type • Select Once for one time of zapping or recording reservation. • Select Repeated for repeated zapping or recording reservation. • Repeats - This option is given only when you selected "Repeated" in the Repeat Type. You can reserve zapping or recording per Daily / Weekly / Mon-Fri / User-defined. - Date Displays the current date. This entry is on when you selected Once, in the Repeat Type. - Start Time You can set the time to begin recording or zapping. - End Time You can set the time to end recording or zapping - Channel This entry allows you to change the channel. Press LEFT/RIGHT key to call up Channel Selection menu. You can select a different channel from this list using this option. To return to Timer entry menu, press EXIT. - After event This option allows you to choose from auto, do nothing, go to Idle Server Mode, and go to standby after the timer event is done. 31 Vu User Manual +• YELLOW (Single EPG) Press YELLOW while Eventview menu is on, to call up the program event schedules of the selected channel. 32 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + In this state, you can sort the list according to A-Z order or Time by pressing YELLOW. NOTE : To add a timer for recording or zapping, press GREEN. • BLUE (Multi EPG) Press BLUE to activate EPG Selection Multi window. - You can move the previous or next program within the same channel by using YELLOW (Previous)/ BLUE (Next). NOTE : Not all channels provide EPG information and thus in case of no EPG data, nothing will be displayed except for the channel name. - You can switch to another channel by using UP/DOWN key. - RED key is used to instantly tune into the selected channel. - GREEN key is used to reserve recording or zapping of the selected program. Vu User Manual + 9. Timeshift (Optional) [ i : Press or key] For your information, Timeshift is an instant recording of the current program that you are watching. Press PLAY or PAUSE key, it will instantly pause the audio and video of the program, and a small window displaying elapsing time information will appear on the left upper side of the screen as below. elapsing time information In this state, Timeshifted recording is running until you press either PLAY or PAUSE again. You can restart viewing of the program. If you want to stop Timeshifted recording and to return to the live mode, press STOP key. You will be asked of Yes or No to stop Timeshift. NOTE : What is different from normal recording is that Timeshifted recording is not meant to be stored on HDD. If you stop Timeshift, you cannot replay the Timeshifted recording. 33 Vu User Manual +10. Recording (Optional) Vu+ SOLO SE supports multiple recordings up to 8 recording at the same time. 1 Instant Recording [ i : Press REC key] Press REC key to start the recording of the current program. 34 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Five recording options are given. - Add recording (stop after current event) This option is used when you want to end recording when the current program ends. - Add recording (enter recording duration) This option is used when you want to manually set the length of recording by entering a certain number as below: Vu User Manual + - Add recording (enter recording end time) This option is used when you want to define a certain date and time when the recording is stopped. - Add recording (indefinitely) This option is used when you want to keep recording running without a specific end time. Recording will continue unless you stop it. - Don’t record This option is used to exit from this menu without recording. 2 Recording by Timer [ i : Press MENU key > Select Timer] You can manage recording process using Timer List menu. Press MENU and select Timer on the menu. 35 Vu User Manual +In this menu, color keys are assigned for each different function. - RED (Delete) This option is used to delete a timer. - GREEN (Add) This option is used to add a timer. 36 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + - YELLOW (Disable) This option is used to disable the timer and X mark will appear. NOTE : if you want to enable the disabled timer, press YELLOW again. Vu User Manual + - BLUE (Cleanup) This option is used to remove those finished timers from the Timer List. NOTE : Make sure that the HDD on your Vu+ has enough free space available for recording. If the free space on the HDD is not sufficient, recording might stop before the defined end time. - Stop Recording [ i : Press REC key > Select “Stop Recording”] If you want to stop recording, press REC again while recording is running. Select Stop Recording. 37 Vu User Manual +11. Recording Play (Optional) [ i : Press Recording List key] You can view recorded files on the Recorded files menu. Press Recording List ( ) to activate this menu. 38 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Select the file that you want to play. It will instantly replay the file and display the recording infobar. This infobar gives you the following information of the recording. 1 Title of the recording 2 Total duration of recording 3 Remaining time 4 Progressive bar 5 Elapsed time Vu User Manual + 12. Managing Recording Files (Optional) [ i : Press Recording List key > Press MENU key] If you want to delete a recording file, press MENU key while Recorded files menu is on. Select “delete” and confirm OK to delete. Other than “delete”, in this menu, you have options in sorting and listing of the recording files. - Sort by date - List style default - List style compact with description - List style compact - List style single line - Hide extended description. 39 Vu User Manual +13. Media Player (Recording Function is Optional.) [ i : MENU > Media Player] Vu+ is truly a multimedia receiver capable of playing media contents. Using Media Player, you can enjoy Music, Photo and Video contents stored on the internal HDD and/or an USB memory stick plugged into Vu+. If you play Media Player, the following player will appear. 40 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + 1 Go into any directory of the HDD or plugged USB. 2 Select a file in the File List to play and press OK. The selected file will be displayed in the PlayList. * Supported formats are mainly JPG, MP3, AVI, etc. 3 In the same way, you can play the recording files stored on the HDD. 4 To move between File List and Paly List - Press CH- to go into Play List - Press CH+ to go into File List 5 To call up Media Player window - Press Play( ),or Pause( ) or Stop( ) 6 To play - Select a file in the Play List and press OK. Vu User Manual + 14. Plug-ins [ i : MENU > Plugins] Vu+ is integrated with standard 10/100Mbps Ethernet with RJ 45 connector. You are recommended to use this network capability of Vu+ to fully enjoy the system. If your Vu+’s network connection is established, you can directly download plug-ins from a designated website of Vu+. 1 Press MENU and select Plugins menu to active Plugin browser. 2 Press GREEN key to download a list of plug-ins available. 3 Once the download is done, a list of plug-ins will be displayed. 4 Select a plug-in to download. 5 You can check if the download is done properly on the Plugin browser From this site, you can check available plug-ins to download as below. 41 Vu User Manual +15. Sleep Timer [ i : MENU > Standby/ Restart > Sleep Timer] You can set a specific time when your Vu+ goes into Idle Server Mode or Standby mode, using this menu. Three color keys are used to set up this sleep timer. 1 RED This option is used to enable or disable Sleep Timer. 2 GREEN This option is used to choose between Idle Server Mode and Standby mode. 3 YELLOW This option is used to choose whether to be asked of confirmation before system shutdown. 42 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual IV. System Configuration Vu+ is a very sophisticated device designed to allow users a variety of system setting options. You can fine- tune your Vu+ to be your OWN system to fit your taste. This chapter will guide you through the entire menu of system configuration. Prior to System Configuration, please take a notice on the menu structure of Vu+ first. 1. Main Menu [ i : Press MENU ] The main menu of Vu+ consists of the following sub menus. 1 Media player Activate Media player of Vu+. For more information, please refer to Media Player section 2 Timer Activate Media player of Vu+. For more information, please refer to Media Player section 3 Information Has two sub menus for Service / About. Service menu provides the detailed information of the current channel. About menu provides the detailed information of the H/W and S/W system of your Vu+. 4 Plugins Activates Plugin browser of Vu+. Using this browser, you can log onto the designated website and you can download a variety of new plug-ins. 5 Setup Provides all of the system settings. 6 Standby / Restart Provides options for power on/off and sleep timer. 43 Vu User Manual +2. System Setup [ i : Press MENU > Select Setup] The Setup menu consists of the following sub-menus.1 Service Searching 2 System 3 Common Interface 4 Parental Control 5 Factory reset 2-1. Service Searching [ i : Press MENU > Setup > Service Searching] Here you set up the tuners of your Vu+ and run channel scanning automatically or manually. A. Tuner Configuration [ i : MENU > Setup > Service Searching > Tuner Configuration] If you run the First Time Installation process, the Tuner A is already configured. You can check the information of Tuner A and which satellites are scanned, as follows. 44 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + If default service lists are not available, you can run the service scan automatically or manually to add TV and radio channels into the channel list of your Vu+. C. Automatic Scan of Services [ i : MENU > Setup > Service Searching > Automatic Scan] The easiest way to scan services is to use Automatic Scan. In the Automatic Scan menu, there are two options to choose from as below. • Clear Before Scan YES is used when you want to delete the existing channel list before you start the automatic scan. If you want to keep the existing list, select NO. Vu User Manual + B. Loading Default Service Lists [ i : MENU > Setup > Service Searching > Default Service List] In case there are service lists available for certain satellites, for example, Astra or Hotbird, you can install the lists in the channel list of your Vu+. 45 Vu User Manual +Press OK to activate the automatic scan. This will take some minutes. As the scan proceeds, you will see the progressive bar and the newly found services underneath. D. Manual Scan of Services [ i : MENU > Setup > Service Searching > Manual Scan] If you know well enough to configure each exact setting required for manual search of services, you can do manual scan as well. There are many parameter values that you need to decide as below. Amongst other things, the below parameters are what you need to decide prior to manual scan. 1 Tuner You need to decide which tuner you want to use for manual scan. 2 System Here you have two options between DVB-S (SD) and DVB-S2 (HD), if DVB-S2 tuner is mounted. 46 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player +

For DVB-S2 (High Definition) For DVB-S (Standard Definition)

Vu User Manual + 3 Frequency You need to enter the exact frequency of the transponder that you want to scan. 4 Symbol Rate You need to enter the exact symbol rate of the transponder that you want to scan 5 Polarity Here, you have options for Horizontal, Vertical, Circular Left and Circular Right. You need to know the polarity of the transponder that you want to scan. 6 FEC (Forward Error Correction) You need to enter the exact FEC value of the transponder that you want to scan 7 Modulation Here you have two options for QPSK (SD) and 8PSK (HD). 8 Network Scan Here you have two options for YES and NO. NO is used to scan the transponder (TP) based on the data that your Vu+ currently has. YES is used to scan the TP not just based on the existing TP data but also using new TP data, if there is TP data newly transported from the TP. Naturally, YES option takes longer while it may results in a better scan result. 9 Clear Before Scan YES is used when you want to delete the existing channel list before you start the automatic scan. If you want to keep the existing list, select NO. 10 Only Free Scan Here you have two options for YES and NO. If you want to scan only Free To Air channels without any encryption, select YES. Otherwise, select NO to scan all FTA and CAS channels. Press OK to activate the manual scan. This will take some minutes. As the scan proceeds, you will see the progressive bar and the newly found services underneath. 47 Vu User Manual +2-2. System Configuration [ i : Press MENU > Setup > System] Here you can find most of the necessary settings that you might need to optimize your Vu+ in the way you like it. Please read the followings carefully. 48 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + A. A/V Settings [ i : MENU > Setup > System > A/V Settings] Here you will find options necessary to set up the audio and video configuration of your Vu+. NOTE : RED is for cancel and GREEN is OK. OK key of RCU is not working in this mode. Vu + User Manual Amongst the parameters given in this menu, the following ones are generally what you need to decide for the audio and video. 1 Video output Here you need to decide which video output you want to use between your TV and Vu+. The available options are as below. • CVBS • S-Video • RGB 2 Mode You need to decide which resolution to use according to the video output above and your TV amongst the following options. Scart

Resolution PAL NTSC Multi 3 Dolby Digital Default

YES is used when you want to set Dolby Digital audio as the default audio. If the program you are watching has Dolby Digital and Stereo, Dolby Digital is used. On the other hand, NO is used when you do not want to set Dolby Digital audio as the default audio. If the program you are watching has Dolby Digital and Stereo audio, Stereo audio is used. 4 Dolby Digital Downmix YES is used when you want to set the audio output to be down-mixed from Dolby Digital to Stereo. NO is used when you do not want to set the audio output to be down-mixed from Dolby Digital to Stereo. If NO is on and you are using only HDMI or SCART connection, there can be no audio sometimes, if the program that you are watching provides Dolby Digital only. This option is recommended when you are using S/PDIF connection. 49 Vu User Manual + B. Language Selection [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Language] A variety of languages are available for the OSD(On-Screen Display) of Vu+. 50 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + C. Customization [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Customize] In this menu you will find various customization options and this menu can be displayed in three different formats: Simple, Intermediate, and Expert. NOTE : RED is for cancel and GREEN is OK. OK key of RCU is not working in this mode. Amongst the options given in this menu, the following ones are generally what you may need to know. 1 Recording always have priority YES option is used to set the recording to have a priority over any existing timer. If there occurs a conflict between a timer and a recording in progress, the recording has a priority over the timer. If you set this option at NO, you will be asked whether to switch to the service to record or not. 2 Margin before record (minutes) If you enter a number here, for example, 5, the recording will begin 5 minutes before the defined time. If it is “0”, it means that the recording starts exactly at the defined time. This option comes in handy, just in case that a program starts earlier than the original schedule. 3 Margin after record If you enter a number here, for example, 5, the recording will stop 5 minutes after the defined time. If it is “0”, it means that the recording stops exactly at the defined time. This option comes in handy, just in case that a program ends later than the original schedule. Vu User Manual + 51 Vu User Manual +4 Show Message when Recording starts If you set this option at YES, a message saying that a recording has started appears as below. 5 Enable multiple bouquets If you set this option at YES, it will enable multiple bouquets. D. Selecting Time Zone [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Timezone] You can set your time zone in this menu. 52 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Using LEFT/RIGHT key, you can find a time zone that you want to use for your Vu+. After selecting a time zone, press GREEN to confirm and save the changed setting. Vu User Manual + E. Hard Disk Set Up [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Harddisk > Harddisk setup] You can set the duration of time after which HDD is to be put into Idle Mode. Here, you can choose from No Idle Mode 10 or 30 seconds 1, 2, 5,10, 20, 30 minutes 1, 2, 4 hours. Once you set this option, press GREEN key to confirm the change. F. Front Display Setup [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Display Setup] There is a Large graphicVFD display on the front panel of Vu+. This display shows various information like the current menu, channel, HD icon, and so on. You can adjust the brightness of this display using this menu. Brightness You can change the brightness of the front VFD display using LEFT/RIGHT key when Vu+ is in use. Idle Server Mode You can change the brightness of the front VFD display using LEFT/RIGHT key when Vu+ is in Idle Server Mode. Once you completed this option, press GREEN key to confirm the change. 53 Vu User Manual + G. Network Setup [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Network] Vu+ is integrated with standard 10/100Mbps Ethernet with RJ 45 connector. You are recommended to use this network capability of Vu+ to fully enjoy the system. You can set up the network settings through this Network Configuration menu. 54 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + In the Network Configuration menu, you will see five sub menus as follows: 1 Adapter settings Through this menu, you can set the basic Ethernet configuration. User Interface YES is used to activate the Ethernet. If you set this option at NO, the Ethernet will not work. Use DHCP YES is used to use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). If you set this option at YES, it will automatically detect the correct IP address. NO is used when you want to use a certain fixed IP address. In this case, you need to enter correct addresses in each field. Vu User Manual + 2 Nameserver settings This option is required when you selected not to use DHCP. You need to enter the address of the Nameserver. 3 Network test When you are not sure whether the network configuration has been done correctly or not, you can run this test. 4 Restart Network This option is used when you want to reboot the Ethernet of your Vu+. 55 Vu User Manual + H. Skin Change [ i : MENU > Setup > System > Skin] Vu+ is a Linux based set top box and there are a lot of Skins available for Linux set top box. Using this menu, you can use a different Skin other than the default one. NOTE : It takes some minutes since the change of Skin requires a complete system shutdown. Please wait patiently until the system reboots with a newly selected Skin. 56 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + 2-3. Checking CAM [ i : MENU > Setup > Common Interface] To be able to watch CAS channels, you need to have a proper CAM and a Smartcard. Vu+ is integrated with two Common Interface slots. If you have two CAM modules and keep them inserted in your Vu+, it will reduce the trouble of changing CAM. If you have inserted one or two CAMs, you can check the information of the inserted CAMs, through this menu as below: Vu User Manual + 2-4. Parental Control [ i : MENU > Setup > Parental Control] If you want to prevent certain channels from being accessed by others, you can do so using this menu. 1 Go to Parental Control menu by pressing MENU > Setup > Parental Control. 2 Set the parental control option at YES using LEFT/RIGHT key. The menu will change as below. 57 Vu User Manual + Protect setup If you set this option at YES, you will be asked to enter PIN code when you enter this Parental setup menu. Change setup pin If you want to change the existing PIN code for Parental setup, you can do so using this menu. You need to enter a new PIN code twice. Protect services You need to set this option at YES, if you want to lock certain channels with PIN code. Parental control type This option will be activated only when you set Protect services at YES. Here there are two options: - White list : This option is used to block all channels except those channels in the parental control list. - Black list : This option is used to block only those channels included in the parental control list. Change service pin Here you can define a PIN code required to change services to be included in the parental control list. NOTE: PIN code here is used for Change service and thus you are recommended to use a PIN code different from that used for Protect services. 58 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu User Manual + Edit service list Here you can add services that you want to lock with PIN code. Services will be arranged in the alphabetical order and you can select an alphabet to enter into the list where you can find the channel that you want to lock. Here, T is selected and TV5 is locked in the list as an example. Next time when you or anyone else want to tune into this service, the menu asking for PIN code will appear instantly as below. NOTE : It is very important not to lose this PIN code. 2-5. Factory Reset [ i : MENU > Setup > Factory Reset] If you want to erase all installed service list as well as all configurations, run the Factory Reset process. Select YES in the below menu to run the factory reset. Upon the completion of factory reset process, your Vu+ will reboot automatically and start the First Time Installation process. NOTE : If you do this factory reset, all of your configuration data including bouquets, service lists, satellite parameters, and so on will be erased. 59 Vu User Manual +2-6. Checking H/W & S/W Information [ i : MENU > Information] If you want to check the H/W or S/W system of your Vu+, this is the menu that you need to use. Also, here you can check very detailed information of a specific service. A. Service Information [ i : MENU > Information > Service] In this menu, you can see all the parameter data of the current channel. The service information is well arranged in four sections as below: 60 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + 1 Service info 2 PIDs 4 Tuner Status B. System Information [ i : MENU > Information > About] This menu is for you to check the current system of your Vu+. You can see the following information: 1 S/W version 2 Detected NIMs 3 Detected HDD 3 Transponder Vu User Manual + 61 Vu User Manual +2-7. Remote Control Unit (RCU) Set-up Vu+ RCU is a universal RCU that can be used for TV and STB at the same time. A. User Guide of Vu+ Universal RCU Pre-note << >> means long press < > means normal press 4 digit code can be found in the TV brand code list of the user manual. The new RCU of Vu+ is a universal type and you can control your Vu+ STB and TV at the same time. This universal RCU is a modeless design. While offering the basic control functions of your TV (TV Power, Volume +/-, Mute, AV), you can control STB without having to select mode between TV and STB every time. Compared to those universal RCU of mode selection types, the modeless universal RCU of Vu+ is clearly a smarter choice by eliminating unneeded control functions. 1. TV setting Set-up Sequence: <<1 + 3>>, <4digit brand-code>, <<Mute or Power>> 1. Press number 1and 3 for three seconds until LED is on. 2. Find your TV brand-code from the TV code list and insert 4 digit code. - If you press “0000”, Full Automatic Scan will start. This will take a while. 3. Keep Mute button (or Power) pressed until your TV is muted (or turned off). 4. If your TV is muted (or turned off), stop pressing Mute button. 5. Now, your RCU is in test mode and press Volume + /- to check if your TV responds. 6. If the volume buttons are operational, Press <OK + STOP ( )> to escape from the set-up mode. 2. AV setting AV button is for the selection of TV video source. AV button may be automatically set up depending on TV models. In case it is not automatically configured, please follow the instructions below. Set-up Sequence <<1 + 9>>, <<AV>> 1. Press 1 and 9 for three seconds until LED is turned on. 2. Keep AV button pressed until your TV responds and displays the video input source. 3. If AV button is working, check if AV button is properly working several times. 4. Press <OK + STOP ( )> to escape from the set-up mode. 3. RCU Buttons for TV * Buttons for TV only: TV Power. AV * Buttons switchable between TV and STB: Volume +/ - and Mute - These buttons are for STB only before the RCU set-up is done. - It is switchable only after the configuration is done. * All the other buttons are for STB only 4. Mode Switch of Volume + / - and Mute For the sake of easy volume control, please set the STB volume at 50% of the maximum level and set this level as the default volume level from STB. Then, you just have to control your TV volume only without having to adjust STB volume at the same time. Set-up Sequence: <<1 + 6>>, <9>, <9>, <3>, <TV Power or STB Power> 62 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu User Manual + 1. Press 1and 6 for three seconds until LED is on. 2. Press <9>, <9>, <3>. 3. If you want to control of TV volume, press TV Power button. If you want to control STB volume, press STB Power button. 5. Reset of TV Set-up In case you want to reset the configured TV set-up of your RCU, Press Sequence: <<1 + 6>>, <9>, <9>, <6> 1. Press 1and 6 for three seconds until LED is on. 2. Press <9>, <9>, <6>. 3. This will reverse the RCU into no configuration state. 6. System Code Change. You can change the system code of your Vu+ universal RCU according to the Vu+ model that you want to control. The default system code is Mode 2. Mode 1 : SOLO / DUO Mode 2 : UNO / Ultimo / SOLO SE / DUO2 Mode 3 & 4 : reserved for future models. Press <<2 + 7>>, <HELP>, <0001 or 0002 or 0003 or 0004> 1. Press 2 and 7 for three seconds until LED is on. 2. Press HELP 3. Press <0001 or 0002 or 0003 or 0004> DISCLAIMER Vu+ universal remote controller (RCU) is developed with Philips Electronics. The database used in the Vu+ RCU supports more than 90% of the TV brands available on market. This means that your TV may not be compatible with this universal RCU in some rare cases. In this case, Vu+ RCU can be used only for Vu+ set top box. 63 Vu User Manual +B.Function Key Table Number Key description STB mode description TV mode description 1 STB Power STB Power Toggle - 2 TV Power - TV Power toggle* 3 STB TELETEXT - 4 STB SUBTITLE - 5 AV - TV AV* 6 MUTE STB Mute TV Mute* 7 Digit 1 STB Digit 1 - 8 Digit 2 STB Digit 2 - 9 Digit 3 STB Digit 3 - 10 Digit 4 STB Digit 4 - 11 Digit 5 STB Digit 5 - 12 Digit 6 STB Digit 6 - 13 Digit 7 STB Digit 7 - 14 Digit 8 STB Digit 8 - 15 Digit 9 STB Digit 9 - 16 STB Delete previous character - 17 Digit 0 STB Digit 0 - 18 STB Delete next character - 19 Red STB Red - 20 Green STB Green - 21 Yellow STB Yellow - 22 Blue STB Blue - 23 Up STB Cursor Up - 24 Left STB Cursor Left - 25 OK STB OK - 26 Right STB Cursor Right - 27 Down STB Cursor Down - 28 VOL+ STB Volume up TV Volume Up* 29 EXIT STB EXIT - 30 CH+ STB Channel Up - 31 VOL- STB Volume down TV Volume Down* 32 EPG STB EPG - 33 CH- STB Channel Down - 34 MENU STB MENU - 35 STB ARCHIV - 36 AUDIO STB AUDIO - 37 HELP STB HELP - 38 Fast Rewind STB Fast Rewind - 39 Play STB Play - 40 Pause STB Pause - 41 Fast Forward STB Fast Forward - 42 TV STB Go to TV channel list - 43 Record (Optional) STB Record - 44 Stop STB Stop - 64 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Vu + User Manual * Shall only be available when the user configure the related feature (TV-setup and/or Volume Punch through) C.TV Code List Brand ID for Device TV:

A.R. Systems 0012 Abex 0014 ABS 0016 Accent 0019 Acer 0028 Acoustic Solutions 0032 Action 0033 Acura 0036 ADA 0038 ADC 0040 Addison 0043 Admiral 0046 Advent 0054 Adventura 0055 Adyson 0058 AEG 0059 Agashi 0063 AGB 0064 Aiko 0069 Aim 0070 Aiwa 0072 Akai 0074 Akashi 0075 Akiba 0078 Akira 0079 Akito 0082 Akura 0083 Alaron 0085 Alba 0086 Albatron 0087 Alcyon 0093 Alienware 0099 Allorgan 0105 Allstar 0108 America Action 0123 Amoi 0132 Amplivision 0138 Ampro 0139 Amstrad 0140 Anam 0146 Anam National 0147 Andersson 0148 Anglo 0151 Anitech 0154 Ansonic 0156 AOC 0165 Apex Digital 0170 Apollo 0171 Apple 0172 Arc En Ciel 0178 Arcam 0179 Ardem 0184 Aristona 0192 ART 0199 Arthur Martin 0200 ASA 0202 Asberg 0205 Astar 0218 Astra 0221 Asuka 0227 ATD 0229 Atlantic 0233 Atori 0237 Auchan 0240 Audiosonic 0264 Audioton 0266 Audiovox 0268 Audioworld 0269 Ausind 0276 Autovox 0280 Aventura 0287 Awa 0296 Axxon 0303 65 Vu User Manual + Baird 0311 Bang & Olufsen 0314 Barco 0319 Basic Line 0325 Bastide 0327 Baur 0331 Baysonic 0333 Bazin 0335 Beaumark 0340 Beijing 0345 Beko 0346 Belcor 0348 Bell & Howell 0350 Belson 0355 Belstar 0357 BenQ 0359 Beon 0361 Berthen 0363 Best 0364 Bestar 0368 Bestar-Daewoo 0369 Binatone 0378 Black Diamond 0384 Black Star 0386 Blackway 0388 Blaupunkt 0390 Blue Sky 0395 Blue Star 0396 Boca 0399 Bondstec 0403 Boots 0405 BPL 0413 Bradford 0414 Brandt 0416 Brillian 0422 Brinkmann 0423 Brionvega 0424 Britannia 0425 Brockwood 0430 Broksonic 0432 Bruns 0435 BskyB 0436 BSR 0437 BTC 0439 Bush 0445 Byd:sign 0448 66 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + C-Tech 0449 Caihong 0462 Caishi 0465 Candle 0480 Capsonic 0486 Carad 0488 Carena 0489 Carnivale 0491 Carrefour 0492 Carver 0494 Cascade 0496 Casio 0499 Cathay 0501 CCE 0504 Celebrity 0509 Celera 0510 Celestial 0511 Centrex 0516 Centrum 0519 Centurion 0520 Century 0521 CGE 0523 Changcheng 0526 Changfei 0527 Changfeng 0528 Changhai 0529 Changhong 0530 Chun Yun 0545 Chunfeng 0546 Chung Hsin 0547 Chunsun 0549 Cimline 0552 Cinex 0563 Citizen 0567 City 0569 Clarion 0575 Clarivox 0576 Clatronic 0581 Clayton 0582 CMS 0590 CMS Hightec 0591 Coby 0597 Commercial Solutions 0615 Concerto 0625 Concorde 0626 Condor 0627 Conia 0628

Vu + User Manual Conrowa 0634 Contec 0635 Continental Edison 0637 Cosmel 0647 Craig 0650 Crosley 0655 Crown 0658 CS Electronics 0663 CTC 0664 CTX 0665 Curtis 0666 Curtis Mathes 0667 CXC 0670 CyberPower 0674 Cybertron 0675 Cytron 0680 D-Vision 0684 Daewoo 0692 Dainichi 0694 Dansai 0699 Dantax 0702 Datsura 0703 Dawa 0707 Daytron 0710 De Graaf 0716 DEC 0717 Decca 0718 Deitron 0722 Dell 0725 Denon 0731 Denver 0733 Desmet 0738 Diamant 0746 Diamond 0747 Diamond Vision 0748 Dick Smith Electronics 0750 Digatron 0751 Digihome 0758 Digiline 0759 Digital Life 0772 Digitex 0780 Digitor 0781 DirecTV 0794 Dixi 0807 DL 0810 Domeos 0817 Dongda 0820 Donghai 0821 Drean 0832 DSE 0833 DTS 0837 Dual 0838 Dumont 0840 Durabrand 0842 Dux 0843 DVX 0847 Dwin 0848 DX Antenna 0849 Dynatron 0855 Easy Living 0860 Ecco 0864 ECE 0865 Elbe 0880 Elcit 0883 Electroband 0888 Electrograph 0889 Electrohome 0890 Elektra 0896 Elfunk 0899 ELG 0900 Elin 0902 Elite 0903 Elman 0907 Elta 0910 Emerson 0917 Emperor 0921 Emprex 0922 Envision 0933 Enzer 0934 Epson 0937 Erres 0942 ESA 0943 ESC 0945 Etron 0949 Eurofeel 0954 EuroLine 0955 Euroman 0956 Europa 0957 Europhon 0959 Evesham 0972 Evolution 0973 Excello 0975 Expert 0976 Exquisit 0978 67 Vu User Manual + Feilang 0990 Feilu 0991 Feiyue 0993 Fenner 0994 Ferguson 0996 Fidelity 0998 Filsai 1000 Finlandia 1003 Finlux 1004 Firstline 1008 Fisher 1009 Flint 1014 FNR 1016 Formenti 1023 Formenti-Phoenix 1024 Fortress 1027 Fraba 1030 Friac 1040 Frontech 1042 Fujitsu 1052 Fujitsu General 1053 Fujitsu Siemens 1054 Funai 1056 Furichi 1058 Futronic 1061 Futuretech 1064 Galaxi 1068 Galaxis 1069 Gateway 1076 GBC 1078 GE 1081 Geant Casino 1082 GEC 1083 Geloso 1087 General Technic 1095 Genesis 1096 Genexxa 1097 Giant 1113 Gibralter 1114 Go Video 1126 Goldfunk 1135 GoldHand 1136 Goldline 1138 GoldStar 1140 Goodmans 1142 Gorenje 1144 68 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + GP 1147 GPM 1149 GPX 1150 Gradiente 1151 Graetz 1152 Granada 1154 Grandin 1156 Gronic 1160 Grundig 1162 Grunkel 1164 Grunpy 1165 Haaz 1172 Haier 1175 Haihong 1176 Halifax 1179 Hallmark 1180 Hampton 1183 Hankook 1188 Hannspree 1189 Hanseatic 1190 Hantarex 1192 Hantor 1193 Harley Davidson 1197 Harman/Kardon 1198 Harvard 1202 Harwa 1203 Harwood 1204 Hauppauge 1206 Havermy 1208 HCM 1210 Helios 1219 Hello Kitty 1221 Hema 1222 Hemmermann 1223 Hewlett Packard 1229 Hifivox 1233 Higashi 1234 Highline 1236 Hikona 1237 Hinari 1243 Hisawa 1247 Hisense 1249 Hitachi 1251 Hitachi Fujian 1252 Hitec 1253 Hitsu 1257 Hoeher 1262

Vu + User Manual Hongmei 1272 Hornyphon 1277 Hoshai 1278 Howard Computers 1281 HP 1283 Huafa 1287 Huanghaimei 1288 Huanghe 1289 Huanglong 1290 Huangshan 1291 Huanyu 1292 Huari 1294 Humax 1298 Hush 1304 Hygashi 1308 Hyper 1309 Hypson 1312 Hyundai 1315 Iberia 1320 iBUYPOWER 1322 ICE 1324 ICeS 1325 iLo 1341 Imperial 1346 Indesit 1349 Indiana 1350 Infinity 1352 InFocus 1353 Ingelen 1354 Ingersol 1355 Initial 1356 Inno Hit 1358 Innova 1359 Innovation 1360 Inotech 1364 Insignia 1368 Inteq 1373 Interbuy 1376 Interfunk 1377 Internal 1379 International 1380 Intervision 1386 Irradio 1396 IRT 1397 Isukai 1402 ITC 1404 ITS 1405 ITT 1406 ITT Nokia 1407 ITV 1408 Janeil 1414 JBL 1420 JCB 1421 Jean 1424 JEC 1426 Jensen 1429 Jiahua 1435 Jinfeng 1438 Jinhai 1439 Jinxing 1442 JMB 1445 JNC 1446 Jocel 1448 Jubilee 1460 JVC 1464 Kaisui 1471 Kamp 1475 Kangchong 1476 Kanghua 1477 Kapsch 1483 Karcher 1484 Kathrein 1486 Kawa 1487 Kawasho 1489 KDS 1494 KEC 1496 Ken Brown 1499 Kendo 1500 Kennedy 1504 Kennex 1505 Kenwood 1507 Khind 1511 KIC 1512 Kingsley 1520 Kiota 1522 Kioto 1523 Kiton 1525 KLH 1529 KLL 1531 Kloss 1532 Kneissel 1535 Kolin 1541 Kolster 1543 Konig 1547 69 Vu User Manual + Konka 1548 Korpel 1552 Korting 1554 Kosmos 1557 Koyoda 1561 KTV 1572 Kunlun 1578 Kuro 1579 Kyoshu 1583 Kyoto 1585 L&S Electronic 1588 LaSAT 1597 Lavis 1602 Lecson 1606 Lenco 1615 Lenoir 1617 Lesa 1622 Lexsor 1626 Leyco 1627 LG 1628 Liesenk & Tter 1630 Liesenkotter 1631 Lifetec 1633 Linksys 1640 Lloyd's 1648 Local India TV 1653 Local Malaysia TV 1656 Lodos 1659 Loewe 1660 Logik 1661 Logix 1663 Luma 1674 Lumatron 1676 Lux May 1680 Luxman 1682 Luxor 1683 LXI 1686 M Electronic 1688 Madison 1698 MAG 1701 Magnadyne 1702 Magnafon 1703 Magnasonic 1704 Magnavox 1706 Magnin 1708 Magnum 1709 Majestic 1713 70 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Mandor 1717 Manesth 1718 Manhattan 1719 Marantz 1724 Marelli 1729 Mark 1731 Mascom 1738 Mastro 1743 Masuda 1744 Matsui 1750 Matsushita 1751 Maxdorf 1756 Maxent 1757 Maxim 1759 McMichael 1768 Meck 1775 Media Center PC 1777 Mediator 1784 Medion 1787 Medison 1788 Megapower 1791 Megatron 1795 MEI 1796 Melvox 1799 Memorex 1800 Memphis 1802 Mercury 1804 Mermaid 1806 Metronic 1809 Metz 1810 MGA 1811 Micromaxx 1822 Microsoft 1826 Microstar 1827 MicroTEK 1829 Midland 1831 Mikomi 1833 Minato 1835 Mind 1837 Minerva 1838 Minoka 1840 Mintek 1845 Minutz 1847 Mitsubishi 1855 Mivar 1857 Monivision 1872 Morgan's 1875

Vu + User Manual Motion 1877 Motorola 1878 MTC 1889 MTEC 1890 MTlogic 1892 Mudan 1896 Multistandard 1904 Multitec 1906 Multitech 1907 Murphy 1911 Musikland 1915 Myryad 1922 NAD 1926 Naiko 1930 Nakimura 1933 Naonis 1936 NAT 1941 National 1942 NEC 1950 Neckermann 1951 NEI 1952 Nesco 1960 Netsat 1966 NetTV 1967 Network 1968 Neufunk 1970 New Tech 1979 New World 1980 Newave 1981 Nicamagic 1994 Nikkai 1998 Nikkei 1999 Nikko 2000 Nintaus 2006 Niveus Media 2012 Noblex 2013 Nobliko 2014 Nogamatic 2016 Nokia 2017 Norcent 2020 Nordic 2021 Nordmende 2022 Normerel 2024 Northgate 2027 Norwood Micro 2029 Novatronic 2035 NTC 2045 Nu-Tec 2048 NuVision 2053 Oceanic 2061 Okano 2065 Olevia 2067 Omni 2074 Onida 2081 Onimax 2082 Onwa 2087 Opera 2090 Oppo 2092 Optimus 2095 Optoma 2097 Optonica 2099 Orbit 2103 Orion 2111 Orline 2113 Ormond 2114 Orsowe 2116 Osaki 2118 Osio 2121 Oso 2122 Osume 2123 Otic 2125 Otto Versand 2126 Pacific 2135 Packard Bell 2138 Pael 2140 Palladium 2145 Palsonic 2147 Panama 2149 Panasonic 2153 Panavision 2154 Panda 2155 Pathe Cinema 2168 Pathe Marconi 2169 Pausa 2171 Peng Sheng 2181 Penney 2182 Perdio 2185 Perfekt 2186 Petters 2189 Philco 2192 Philharmonic 2194 Philips 2195 Phocus 2198 Phoenix 2199 71 Vu User Manual + Phonola 2201 Phonotrend 2202 Pilot 2207 Pioneer 2212 Pionier 2213 Plantron 2219 Playsonic 2224 Polaroid 2230 Poppy 2236 Portland 2238 Powerpoint 2241 Precision 2244 Premier 2248 President 2250 Prima 2253 Princeton 2258 Prinston 2259 Prinz 2260 Prism 2261 Profex 2269 Profilo 2272 Profitronic 2273 Proline 2274 Promax 2275 Proscan 2279 Prosco 2280 Prosonic 2282 Protech 2284 Proton 2288 Protron 2289 Proview 2290 ProVision 2291 Pulsar 2296 Pye 2302 Pymi 2304 Qingdao 2308 Quasar 2320 Quelle 2322 Questa 2324 R-Line 2327 Radialva 2329 Radiola 2330 Radiomarelli 2331 Radionette 2332 RadioShack 2333 Radiotone 2334 Rank 2345 72 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Rank Arena 2346 RBM 2350 RCA 2351 Realistic 2354 Recco 2358 Recor 2359 Rectiligne 2362 Rediffusion 2364 Redstar 2366 Reflex 2368 Relisys 2374 Remotec 2377 Reoc 2379 Revox 2383 Rex 2385 RFT 2386 Rhapsody 2387 Ricavision 2388 Rinex 2392 Roadstar 2398 Robotron 2401 Rolson 2410 Rowa 2416 Royal Lux 2420 Runco 2423 Saba 2429 Sagem 2434 Saisho 2437 Saivod 2439 Salora 2443 Sambers 2445 Sampo 2446 Samsung 2448 Samsux 2449 Sandra 2454 Sansui 2458 Sanyo 2462 Sanyuan 2464 SBR 2492 Sceptre 2498 Schaub Lorenz 2500 Schneider 2501 Scimitsu 2505 Scotch 2506 Scott 2508 Sears 2514 Seaway 2515

Vu + User Manual Seelver 2520 SEG 2522 SEI 2524 Sei-Sinudyne 2525 Seleco 2528 Semivox 2529 Semp 2530 Sencora 2531 Sentra 2534 Serie Dorada 2538 Serino 2539 Shanghai 2547 Shaofeng 2549 Sharp 2550 Shencai 2553 Sheng Chia 2554 Shenyang 2555 Sherwood 2557 Shintoshi 2564 Shivaki 2567 Shogun 2568 Shorai 2569 Siam 2572 Siarem 2573 Siemens 2574 Siera 2576 Siesta 2577 Signature 2582 Silva 2591 Silva Schneider 2592 Silver 2594 SilverCrest 2595 Simpson 2598 Singer 2599 Sinotec 2600 Sinudyne 2601 Skantic 2605 SKY 2610 Skysonic 2627 Skyworth 2631 SLX 2638 Sogera 2649 Solavox 2654 Sole 2655 Sonawa 2663 Soniko 2669 Sonitron 2671 Sonneclair 2673 Sonoko 2675 Sonolor 2676 Sontec 2677 Sony 2679 Sound & Vision 2680 Soundesign 2684 Soundwave 2689 Sova 2690 Sowa 2691 Soyea 2692 Soyo 2693 Spectroniq 2701 Squareview 2703 SSS 2708 Stack 9 2710 Standard 2713 Starlite 2728 Stenway 2739 Stern 2741 Strato 2745 Strong 2748 Studio Experience 2750 Stylandia 2752 SunBrite 2759 Sunkai 2762 Sunny 2764 Sunstar 2768 Sunwood 2772 Superla 2782 Superscan 2786 Supersonic 2787 SuperTech 2789 Supervision 2791 Supra 2792 Supre-Macy 2794 Supreme 2795 Susumu 2797 Sutron 2798 SVA 2800 Svasa 2801 Swisstec 2806 Sydney 2808 Sylvania 2809 Symphonic 2810 Synco 2811 Syntax 2814 73 Vu User Manual + Sysline 2815 Systemax 2817 Sytong 2820 Tacico 2823 Tactus 2825 Tagar Systems 2831 Taishan 2835 Talent 2838 Tandberg 2842 Tandy 2843 Tashiko 2850 Tatung 2852 TCL 2856 TCM 2857 Teac 2860 Tec 2861 Tech Line 2863 Techica 2865 Technema 2866 Technica 2868 Technics 2869 Technika 2870 TechniSat 2873 Technisson 2874 Technol Ace 2875 Technosonic 2878 Techview 2883 Techwood 2884 Tecnimagen 2885 Teco 2886 Tedelex 2889 Tek 2892 Teknika 2895 Teleavia 2901 Telecor 2910 Telefunken 2914 Telefusion 2915 Telegazi 2917 Telemeister 2924 Telesonic 2930 Telestar 2931 Teletech 2934 Teleton 2935 Televideon 2938 Teleview 2939 Televiso 2941 Temco 2946 74 Vu :Your Smart Linux TV Player + Tennessee 2952 Tensai 2954 Tenson 2955 Tevion 2962 Texet 2963 Thomas 2971 Thomson 2972 Thorn 2974 TMK 2994 TML 2995 TNCi 2996 Tobo 2999 Tokai 3001 Tokaido 3002 Tokyo 3004 Tomashi 3006 Topline 3016 Toshiba 3021 Totevision 3024 Touch 3025 Towada 3028 Toyoda 3030 Trakton 3036 Trans Continens 3037 TRANS-continents 3039 Transonic 3041 Transtec 3042 Triad 3049 Trident 3054 Tristar 3057 Triumph 3058 TVS 3081 TVTEXT 95 3082 Uher 3089 Ultra 3093 Ultravox 3095 Unic Line 3100 United 3106 Universal 3113 Universum 3115 Univox 3116 US Logic 3124 Vector Research 3137 Venturer 3143 VEOS 3144 Vestel 3148 Vexa 3149

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