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REAR VIEW

IR RECEIVER

The IR receiver connection allows remote control information to be carried from other devices directly into the Digital Music Server. See the chapter called Using your Digital Music Server in a multiroom system p.40.

CONTROLLER

The Controller port provides serial communication with supported devices. For instance a multiroom control system may communicate with the Digital Music Server using the XiVA-Link protocol.

USB

Allows the Digital Music Server to communicate with supported USB devices.

ETHERNET

The Ethernet port can be used to connect the Digital Music Server to a high speed internet connection. It may also be used by supported software applications to communicate with the system. A shielded Ethernet cable should be used in conjunction with this connection.

VGA

The VGA connector may be used to connect a VGA monitor or a suitable Plasma screen for displaying the TV User interface.

MODEM

The Modem port can be used to connect the Digital Music Server to a standard analogue telephone line for internet access (using the supplied cable).

VIDEO OUT

Connect the composite Video Out of the Digital Music Server to the composite input of a suitable PAL/NTSC TV (depending on the supplied configuration) to display the TV User Interface. You may also need to switch the TV to the relevant AUX input to display the picture.

S-VIDEO OUT

Connect the S-VIDEO output of the Digital Music Server to the S-VIDEO input of a suitable PAL/NTSC TV (depending on the supplied configuration) to display the TV User Interface. You may also need to switch the TV to the relevant AUX input to display the picture.

DIGITAL OPTICAL IN

High Quality recordings can be made onto the hard disk of the Digital Music Server using an optical connection from a suitable device (such as Minidisc or DAT).

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DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT

The digital optical output can be used to transmit high quality audio to a device with a digital optical input (D/A convertor, A/V amplifier etc.) using an optical fibre cable. The advantage of using the optical output is that it has low signal loss due to cables and is completely isolated from the ground loop. The audio output of the Digital Optical Out connector is the same as the audio output of the Analogue Audio Out 1 connector. This output may not be used for making a digital copy of your media.

DIGITAL IN - COAXIAL

High Quality recordings can be made onto the hard disk of the Digital Music Server using a coaxial connection from a suitable device (such as Minidisc or DAT).

DIGITAL OUT - COAXIAL

By connecting this jack to a digital audio component (D/A convertor, A/V amplifier etc.), digital signals from the Digital Music Server can be transmitted directly from the system without first being converted to analogue. The audio output of the Digital Coaxial Out connector is the same as the audio output of the Analogue Audio Out 1 connector. This output may not be used for making a digital copy of your media.

ANALOGUE IN

Analogue sources (such as cassette or vinyl LP) may be recorded onto the hard disk of the Digital Music Server using this connection.

ANALOGUE OUT 1,2,3,4

The XMusic Digital Music Server is a multiroom device allowing you to listen to different music in up to 4 different rooms all at the same time (depending on the configuration purchased). Each analogue output should be connected to the input jacks of a pre- amplifier.

MAINS

Connect the supplied mains lead to this connector to provide power to the unit.

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