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Mvision HD300 & HD200 User Manual

Mvision HD300 & HD200 User Manual


The purpose of this section is to provide a complete users guide for the Mvision HD300 Combo PVR Ready Satellite and Digital Terrestrial TV Receiver.

This Receiver has 2 feeds from:

    Satellite dish
    Digital Terrestrial TV UHF aerial


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How to install an Mvision HD300

    Unpack the box
    Mvision HD300 receiver
    Remote control
    3 Pin power plug adaptor
    Push the lead from the Aerial into the Aerial inlet
    Screw the lead from the satellite dish into the LNB in connection
    Connect scart lead from TV to 'TV' out connection on box
    Plug in the power lead
    Turn on the power switch on the back on the box
    After 5-6 seconds the box will come on and should automatically switch TV to AV channel


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