Set Top Box HD PVR HDMI Media 6000
|STB-6000_Firmware_Update_V1.9.zip File Size 2.79MB|
|STB-6000_User Manual 04072017.pdf File Size 323.09KB|
- Records directly on to your USB memory stick or hard-drive
- MP4 Audio (Recieve new TV channels that older TV's and set top boxes do not recieve) See 'Learn more' for more info.
- 7 Day Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
- Rewind or fast forward recorded TV
- Parental controls to password protect programs
- Channel editing: Favourites, move, lock, rename and delete
- Media player for music, photos and video
- Suitable for old and new televisions
- Supports media files: MP3, WAV, WMA, JPEG, BMP, PNG, AVI, MKV, MOV, VOB
- Connections: L/R Audio (RCA), HDMI, composite video (RCA) and USB
New MPEG-4 Channels
Why is it important to get a new Set Top Box or Smart Media Player with MPEG-4 compatibility?
From November 2015, new SD and HD TV Channels are being rolled out across Australia. These new channels are being broadcast is a format called MPEG-4.
MPEG-4 is gradually replacing the previous broadcast format called MPEG-2, which has become an aging technology and not able to deliver some of the latest content available today.
The problem is however, that your old set top box or other hardware may not be MPEG-4 compatible, which means you may have problems receiveing these new channels.
Some of these new channles are 9HD, 9Life, 7Flix, TEN HD, WIN HD, 7HD and others.
New TV Channels:
SBS Food Network. The channel airs programs about food and cooking, from cultures around the world. It is part of the SBS suite of channels and can be seen on digital channel 33.
9HD is a high definition version of Channel 9. It shows exactly the same content as that channel but with better picture and sound quality. In broadcasts on digital channel 90 in metropolitan areas and channel 80 in some regional areas. For viewers who receive WIN TV, this channel is called WIN HD and is seen on Channel 80. You must have a HD television to receive this channel.
9Life on digital channel 94, a lifestyle channel from the Nine Network
7flix on digital channel 76, a general entertainment channel from the Seven Network. In the southern areas of the Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba this channel is broadcast on digital channel 66.
7HD on digital channel 70 is available in Melbourne and Adelaide and shows exactly the same content as Channel 7 but with better picture and sound quality. In Sydney, Brisbane and Perth Channel 70 shows the same content a Channel 73 - 7Mate but with better picture and sound quality. You must have a HD television to receive this channel.
Ten HD is a high definition version of Channel Ten. It shows exactly the same content as that channel but with better picture and sound quality. In broadcasts on digital channel 13. You must have a HD television to receive this channel.
HD Set Top Box and Digital Recorder
Watch your favourite shows and never miss a broadcast with the Laser STB-6000. Play back media content from your USB memory stick or hard drive and enjoy digital channels on old and new TVs including your monitor*. The set top box also allows you to record a program on to a USB memory stick or hard drive, whilst you watch another channel on your digital TV.
|Electronic Program Guide (EPG)||Y|
|Miracast / Air Play||N|
|Time Shift record||Y|
|Full Function Remote Control||Y|
|Parental Lock for rating content||Y|
|USB device input (Flash drive or HDD)||Y|
|Video Output resolution||576I, 576P, 720P, 1080I|
|Auto Channel search and store||Y|
|Updatable firmware via USB||Y|
|Product Dimensions (mm)||15 x 8 x 5|
|Inner Carton Qty||5|
|Master Carton Qty||20|
|3 key feature benefits||1) Record shows direct to USB thumb or thumb drive. Supports files: MP3, WMA, JPEG, BMP, AVI, MKV 2) 7 day electronic program guide 3) Antenna pass through to connect to other devices|