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Test Report for Tiger T1

Tiger T1

An FTA receiver is a satellite receiver which is equipped to receive unencrypted FTA (Free to Air) satellite transmissions. An FTA satellite receiver is able to decode the MPEG-2 data compression protocol used in most Free to Air satellite transmissions. One of such attractive receiver is Tiger T1.

The receiver has elegant description with silver color. Seven buttons on the front panel are enough to control the receiver without a remote control. There is also a signal point in the front panel window that detects the satellite signal, when there is a signal light on blue. The window display shows the current channel number and time in a stand by mode. The rear panel of Tiger T1 Receiver is very interesting to look for. Two scart connectors for TV and VCR, serial interface RS-232 for uploading new receiver software, RCA jacks, programmable 12 volt output, IF out put and a main power switch. Unfortunately there is no digital audio output. The remote control is well design and will sit nicely in your hand. The whole workmanship of this receiver leaves no words to say behind. The

Tiger T1 Receiver can communicate with the user in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Turkish, Arabic, and Russian and Persian languages. The receiver has enough capacity to store 4000 TV and Radio channels. This is quite enough for a free to air receiver. The receiver comes preprogrammed with 100 updated satellites from worldwide. Additional satellites may be added manually. All the local oscillator frequencies for C and Ku-band are preprogrammed. The receiver supports DiSEqC 1.0, 1.2 and 1.3 protocols. After turning on the receiver for the first time, the main menu will appear on your TV screen. The main menu has different menus for selection and to go ahead. The next step here is the antenna setup. In this menu, you can see satellite information and antenna setup. Here one can select his favourite satellite, LNB power, LNB type and DiSEqC type. Press the OK button to move to channel search menu after storing your selection in Antenna setup. After antenna setting and selecting other parameters, it is time to set up the channel search. Manual PID entry is also possible. 722 TV and 554 Radio channels were searched in 4 minutes and 20 seconds. It was a fast search by Tiger T1 Receiver. Network channel search is also available for those channels remained from automatic search. After the complete scanning, the receiver first saves the channels and then turned on the first channel found. Channels may be arranged alphabetically or in A to Z format. The scanned channels can be edit, sort, rename and moved in to one of the favourite list for easy recall later time. By pressing the OK button, the channel list will appear on your screen. It will help you to select the channel that you want to watch easily. The parental lock menu prevents children or unauthorized persons from watching programmes. The Electronic Programme Guide will help you to see channel guide information to get current and next channel programme schedule. If you want to see the picture closer, just press the Zoom button to see the picture in detail.

The receiver switches automatically between PAL and NTSC. Symbolrates starting at the rate of 1.45ms/sec is not a problem for Tiger T1 Receiver. In viewing mode, press F3 button, you will get the multi picture selection, select one and press OK, multi picture will be displayed. Operation and all menus of the receiver are designed simply.



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