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Test Report for Lawrence LT7300CR-X5

Lawrence LT7300CR-X5

Satellite TV holds a great advantage over the cable TV companies. Not only is the picture and sound quality superior, but there's more choice in what to watch. If you said to yourself 'there's nothing on TV', switch to satellite. The differences couldn't be more obvious. Similarly, the best receiver receives strong signals on low symbol rates, so that you may enjoy the movies to the ultimate.

Lawrence has just arrived at our test centre. The appearance of the receiver leaves nothing to say behind. There are seven buttons on the front panel of this attractive box, which are used for multiple purposes of the box incase the remote control is missing. The front panel window display has covered the maximum part of the box, which shows the current channel number through a four digit green display. As soon as you will open the flap on the right lower corner of the box, you will come across smart card slot for conditional access system. You may enjoy pay channels due to this system.

The rear panel of Lawrence LT7300CR-X5 is designed simply. It is equipped with a TV Scart Connector, RCA jacks, RS-232 Serial Port for software update, IF output and RF modulator. The remote control will fit nicely in your hand and has easy access to all the functions.

Lawrence supports DiSEqC 1.0,1.2 and 1.3 and USALS protocol. Whether it is a fixed single antenna, a multifeed antenna or DiSEqC motorized antenna, it is not any problem for LT7300CR-X5. All the local oscillator frequencies for C and Ku-band are preprogrammed. Other values can be manually entered. The receiver delivers the video signals in RGB and CVBS format. This box has the capacity to store 4000 TV and Radio channels. The receiver comes preprogrammed with 64 satellites. You may add additional satellites manually.

When you will turn on the receiver for the first time, then it is necessary to select a language for communication. The user can communicate with the receiver in English, Italian, Turkish, Arabic, French, Russian, Spanish and Persian. Every user will find an easy language to communicate with the receiver. After the language selection, when you press the power key, the LED number on front panel will be displayed. Before searching TV/Radio channels, your antenna, LNB and receiver should be installed properly. To set up suitable conditions for scanning channels, each satellite you want to scan should be matched with LNB and other conditions.

If you have already set the antenna set up, you can scan the satellite. In this menu, you can edit the satellite name and select TP frequency, Scan Mode and Network Search. Now it is the time to scan channels. But first you must decide here to scan only Free or Free + Scrambled channels. We found 1039 TV and 479 Radio channels in 9 minutes and 40 seconds. After scanning the all channels, the receiver goes on directly to save these channels. The scanned channels can be delete, rename, sort and moved to one of the favourite lists for easier recall later time.

The channel list will be displayed on screen by pressing the OK button. The current video is then reduced in the right upper corner of the screen. The electronic programme guide (EPG) is available that shows informations for on screen channel. EPG is divided into weekly mode, daily mode and extended mode and provides timer based recording and automatic power On/Off. It is fast and well designed. Children can be keep away from adult channels with the help of Parental Control function.

Symbolrates starting at the rate of 2.45ms/sec is an easy job for Lawrence. Reception of SCPS and MCPC signals was a child play. The receiver switches automatically between PAL and NTSC signals. If you want to see the detailed channel information, press the info information banner. If you are feeling bore and there is nothing to watch, the video games will be you best friend this time.

Lawrence LT7300CR-X5 has user-friendly menus, easy to operate and look nice. Channel switching is really fast. All in all, Lawrence have made another excellent receiver for satellite hunters.



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