Set-Top Box
VB2
DVB-T Set-Top box,with HD,WiFi
CBN VB2 is a DVB-T HD receiver and Network Set-Top box allowing you to enjoy your favorite TV programs, Internet and multimedia content directly on your TV.

The built-in WiFi and LAN will let you benefit from the best of Internet and stream easily your data onto your local network. The simple connection enables to transform your USB flash drives into real multimedia solutions.


TV Features
• Access to all free DVB-T HD channels in your area
• Recording of your favorite TV programs (3 modes: scheduled / manual / timeshift) on your external USB storage device
• Electronic Programming Guide (EPG)
• Teletext

Network* Features
• UPnP Media Streaming
• Add your external storage device onto your network (NAS)
• Smart Internet Content for the best Internet-TV experience
• Built-in WiFi (802.11n) and Ethernet LAN (10/100 Mbps)

Multimedia Features
• Movie playback in Full HD (1080p) and subtitles display
• DTS, Dolby Digital TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus sound quality
• 2 USB host ports to plug in all your storage devices (USB key, external HDD...)
• Files edition, music playlists and pictures slideshow
• Advanced Graphic User Interface


 
Connectivity
  • Video: 1 CVBS
  • Audio: 1 Stereo (L/R)
  • HDMI: 1 (HDMI1.4a)
  • SPDIF: 1  (Coaxial S/PDIF)
  • USB 2.0: 2 (Front and Back)
  • RF: RF In (IEC-Female) 1KV(EN50024) and RF Out (IEC-Male)
  • Keys: 1 (Power)
  • LED Indicator : 1 (Power Standby – Red, Power On – Green)
  • Power Adapter: Input: AC 100V-240V 50/60HZ, Surge 2KV (EN50024)
  • Output: 12VDC/1A
Tuner Parameter
  • Input Frequency: (VHF)174~230MHz  (UHF)470~862Hz
  • Input Level: -85dBm ~ -20dBm
  • Input Impendence: 75Ω
  • Demodulation: QPSK/16QAM/64QAM
  • Standard: DVB-T (7MHz and 8MHz)
Video
  • Supported MPEG 2/4, AVC/H.264
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3, 16:9
  • Supported PAL, NTSC Video Formats
  • Supported HDMI high-definition Video Output(576i@50, 576p@50,720p@50,1080i@50,1080p@50)
Audio
  • Supported MPEG-1 LayerⅠ&Ⅱ,Dolby Digital, MP3,WMA, AAC,HE-AAC
  • Sampling Rate: 32KHz/44.1 KHz/48KHz
  • Audio Output Impedance: 100Kohm (2Vrms +/-10%)
  • Output Mode: Stereo, Left and Right
Software Feature
  • Live DVB-T with USB PVR Ready option
  • HD MHEG5 optional for NZ model
  • HbbTV v1.5
  • Microsoft Playready DRM
  • USB Media Player
  • DLNA (DMR & DMP) with certification
  • Media sharing
 
Error Message Possible causes What to do
No or bad Signal The Satellite is not pointing at the satellite Adjust the alignment
Signal is too weak Increase the LNB voltage or connect a signal amplifier
Problem with LNB Change the LNB
Wrong antenna setting Set the antenna correctly
No or Bad Signal [Cable] The cable is not connected Make sure the cable is connected correctly
The cable may be damaged or defective Exchange the cable
The channel is not broadcasting Exchange the cable
No or Bad Signal [Terrestrial] The aerial is not pointing properly. Adjust aerial. Check the cable from the aerial. If you cannot resolve the problem, you may need to have your aerial and installation tested by a
professional.
The channel is scrambled or not available. The channel has a signal, but no audio or video. Confirm if the channel is currently on air.
The channel has been deleted by the broadcasting company. Check if the channel is currently on air
The channel is for data broadcasting. Remove the channel from the channel list and check for new transponder details.
The audio is not available. The channel has a video signal, but no audio. Press the audio button to confirm that the channel has audio options.
No access No access Make sure you are subscribed to the channel.
No authorization. If the product has been turned off for a long time (standby or power off), please wait for authorization. It may take up to 60 minutes.
 
IPad/iPhone Troubleshooting
Problem Possible cause What to do
WiFi not connected.   Go to WiFi set up in the System Menu. When connected the WiFi icon will appear in the top left corner of your iPad.
Connection to Digital Box failed. Your Digital Box is either: In Standby or Needs to be connected to your local network To pair the App with the  Digital Box you will need to connect the Digital Box to your local network using an Ethernet cable.

WiFi Troubleshooting
Problem Possible cause What to do
Low signal. Your Digital Box is either too far from your WiFi router, or walls or metal objects between the Digital Box and router is causing interference. Move the Digital Box closer to the WiFi router or remove any obstacles between the two.
Network out of range. Your Digital Box is either too far from your WiFi router, or walls or metal objects between the Digital Box and router is blocking the signal. Move the Digital Box closer to the WiFi router or remove any obstacles between the two.
Connecting to a different router or hotspot   Re-run the WiFi setup