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Test Report for Wiztech Wiz-2070 IR

Wiztech Wiz-2070 IR

Wiztech has produced one of the smallest receiver of the world, which may be even put in a pocket and that is Wiz-2070 IR. It is not only the smallest receiver but it has also an attractive look.

The Wiz-2070 IR is a high-performance digital satellite receiver, which is fully compliant with MPEG2, based on DVB transmission standards for in-home reception of digital satellite services such as digital television and radio channels. To watch scrambled channels, you should insert a smart card, which has been issued by the service provider, into the Smart Card Interface slot. You can watch only a specific range of channels with entitlements in the smart card. The smart card includes information to decipher parameters necessary for descrambling the programme.

The System Setup allows you to set up OSD Languages, OSD Setting, TV Setting, Parental Control, Time Setting, Timer Setting, S/W Transfer and System Information.

Installation allows you to set up Antenna Configuration, Transponder set up, PID Edit, Data Reset, search channels Automatically/Manually, and set up the Antenna Positioner.

You can choose which OSD Setting best suits your tastes. Transparency: If you turn the transparency feature on, the menus will be transparent, enabling you to see the programme video through the menu. Radio Image: The Radio Still Image can either be set to on or off. When set to on, a still image will be displayed when you have selected a radio channel, rather than a TV channel. When set to off, only a black screen will be displayed when you have selected a radio channel. Channel List PIG: Activates the picture-in-guide (PIG) while viewing the Channel List screen.

OSD Info Timer: Controls the amount of time the INFO bar will be displayed when changing changes. While the INFO bar is displayed, the front panel of the receiver will also display the channel number.

In the Parental Control menu, you can set the censorship classification or change the PIN code. When the menu lock is enabled, you need to enter the PIN code to access any menu screens where values can be changed. This can prevent users from accidentally changing the settings. The default PIN code is 0000, but you can change it by following the on-screen instructions in this menu.

Enter the time for the receiver to automatically switch OFF and go to standby mode. Enter the time for the receiver to automatically power ON. Set the timer to power on and off for a VCR Recording.

Set a programme reminder so your receiver will pop-up a message five minutes before the programme start time, and will automatically change to the selected channel at the time set.

If it is first time using the receiver, you will need to set the correct parameters for the system configuration.

The Antenna Setup menu controls all the parameters for your installation. Ensure that your satellite receiver is correctly connected to your television and dish, and that your satellite signal is of good quality by checking the Signal Quality meter. (If you are not sure about this, then ask your installer to check your installation or satellite signal).

Select the satellite you want to programme. Scroll through the various satellites using the up, down keys (or Page Up/Down keys), and select the appropriate satellite by pressing OK.

When you select the satellite by pressing OK, the satellite will be selected and that satellite's default parameters will appear in the sub-menu.

Select a specific transponder by using the left, right keys, or by pressing the OK button to view the drop-down list. When the dish is positioned properly to receive the satellite signal, the Quality bar meter will indicate a signal in a green colour when an active TP is selected. You can add a new TP to the end of the list by selecting “New TP”.

From the Search Mode, press OK to begin the scan process. Press the left, right keys to change the search mode. It is not necessary to change it from the Normal Scan in most cases, but it can be advantageous to use the NIT Scan since it will scan for updated information provided by the satellite's Network Index Table.

When you press OK to start the scan process, you will be given four options in the search criteria: search for TV channels, radio channels, Free-to-air channels, and Scrambled channels. You can select or deselect any of the options, however, all but Scrambled channels are selected as the default.

Satellites can be scanned directly from the Satellite Scan menu. Select Satellite Scan and press OK.

The channel search procedure can be performed in different ways. If there are predefined transponders, you can make an Automatic or Manual search. If there are no predefined transponders, you can make a Manual or Advanced Search.

Start by selecting the satellite to be searched in the Advanced Scan menu. The frequency can be entered manually by using the numeric keys, or selected from the dropdown list that appears when you press OK while highlighting the Frequency field. After entering frequency, symbol rate and polarity, move the highlight bar to TP Search and press OK to start searching for channels.



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