illico 4K Ultra HD Technicolor 10242HD



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  1. Coaxial audio/video input

  2. Unusable ports

  3. Composite and audio ouput

  4. SPDIF optical digital audio output

  5. Unusable ports

  6. HDMI 2.0 output

  7. Power input


  • User-friendly commands, just like a DVD player (play, stop, pause, fast forward and rewind)
  • Digital signal, maximum Ultra HD quality (3840 x 2160 pixels) with an aspect ratio of 16:9
  • Video on demand in Ultra HD
  • Audio/video outputs: HDMI, composite and component outputs (RCA connector)
  • Audio output: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Onboard receiver (no additional equipment required)
  • PVR dimensions: 33.3 cm x 26 cm x 4.5 cm
  • PVR weight: 2.4 kg (5.2 lbs.)
  • Incompatible connections: Ethernet and eSATA

HDMI 2.0 – The HDMI cable allows you to transmit high-definition video and audio to your TV.


  1. If you have an illico 4K Ultra HD Terminal and a non-4K sound system that does not comply with HDMI 2.0 standards, you must attach the HDMI cable directly from your TV to the Terminal.
  2. Turn on the Terminal by pressing “CBL” on your remote control.
  3. Turn on your TV and select the appropriate VIDEO input (HDMI 1, 2 or 3) using your TV’s remote control.
  4. Complete the Quick-Start Wizard that automatically appears when your Terminal is turned on for the first time.


If you have any questions concerning the recommended configuration for an exceptional ultra-HD experience, please refer to the illico TV New Generation User Guide.


The Terminal is not compatible with 4K televisions that do not comply with high-bandwidth digital content protection (HDCP 2.2). This standard was established to protect ultra-HD content and prevent video copying. There are few televisions currently on the market that do not conform to this standard.


  1. Turn on your TV.

  2. Hold down the OK and MUTE buttons until the TV button flashes twice, then let go.

  3. Hit the TV button once. The red indicator light should remain lit.

  4. Refer to the table below to find the right code for your TV (like Example 2 for LG). Point the remote towards the TV and enter your code. The TV button should blink twice and the TV should turn off.

  5. Press the OK button to lock in the code.

  6. Turn your TV back on. If the remote still doesn’t work, repeat steps 2-5 or use the automatic programming feature.

  7. Once you’ve successfully programmed your remote control, go to Settings and Applications in the My illico window and select Settings.

  8. Go to Equipment Settings and make sure that the volume is controlled through the TV.

For questions regarding the connections you need for an exceptional Ultra HD experience, we invite you to read the illico TV Next Generation User Guide.


Terminal does not work with 4K televisions that are not HDCP compatible (HDCP 2.2). HDCP is a protocol that secures Ultra HD content and protects it against piracy. Very few televisions sold today are HDCP incompatible.

The equipment used to access Ultra HD content, including your TV, HDMI cables, and home theatre device, must be Ultra HD-compatible.


Scenario 1 – Your home theatre is compatible with Ultra HD, complies with HDMI 2.0 standards and uses High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP 2.2).
Connect the Terminal to the home theatre device with an HDMI cable. The Terminal must also be connected to your Ultra HD TV using an HDMI cable.
Refer to your home theatre user manual for more information on connecting your device.


Scenario 2 – Your home theatre is NOT compatible with Ultra HD, does not comply with HDMI 2.0 standards and does not use HDCP 2.2.
The Terminal must be connected to your TV directly using an HDMI cable. Only the audio output should be connected to your home theatre. Please see the Home theatre section.


Please refer to your home theatre user manual for more information on connecting your device.

the Home theatre section.

The equipment used to access Ultra HD content, including your TV, HDMI cables, and home theatre components, must be Ultra HD-compatible.


Your TV and home theatre must comply with HDMI 2.0 standards and use High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP 2.2).
HDCP 2.2 is required by content producers to ensure adequate copy protection.


We recommend using the cable that came with the Terminal for optimal image quality. If a replacement cable is used, the new cable must comply with either the HDMI 1.4 (Category 2) or HDMI 2.0 standards to allow for Ultra HD viewing. If you encounter display problems when using a replacement cable, please use the cable provided by Videotron.

You’ll see a UHD symbol next to the channel logo—just check the left-hand side of the Program Guide.
There’s an area of your homepage that allows you to quickly find out what content is available in Ultra HD. When you order pay-per-view content, you’ll see the whether it’s available in Ultra HD in the price icon, which is found exactly where you see the SD and HD logos.

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