The remote control supplied with the Digital Music Server is a “Universal” remote control. This means that other devices, such as a television or amplifier, may be controlled using this remote control. When you have selected to control the television the TV device button will light up each time you press a button - similarly when the Digital Music Server is selected the HDD Audio button will light and when the Amp is selected the Amp button will light.
The following diagram explains the function of the keys on your Digital Music Server remote control:
. STANDBY button Places the Digital Music Server in/out of standby or off mode.
HDD Audio button Selects the Digital Music Server as the device to be controlled.
Selects the TV as the device to be controlled. For more information on configuring this remote to control your television see the chapter called Configuring your remote to control other devices p.19.
DEFAULT O/P button
Resets the TV user interface to controlling the default output for the room where you are located. For more information on multiroom use of the Digital Music Server see the chapter called Using your Digital Music Server in a multiroom system p.40. If the TV device is selected this button will show/hide the on-screen clock.
Selects the Amp as the device to be controlled. For more information on configuring this remote to control your amplifier see the chapter called Configuring your remote to control other devices p.19.
Selects the next/previous album (or playlist) on your Digital Music Server. If you have the TV device selected these buttons will select the next and previous channels.
1 MUTE button
If the TV or Amp device is selected, this button mutes the volume of the TV/Amp.
If the TV or Amp device is selected these buttons control the volume of the TV/Amp.
Press the output button to display what music is playing on the currently selected output. Pressing the output button for a second time will select the next output in sequence.
The cancel button is an action key - on some menu screens this is used to cancel an operation which you no longer wish to continue. If the TV device is selected this button will hide text services.
The info button is an action key - on some menu screens this is used to display additional information which may not be currently displayed; on other menu screens it may also be used to edit text on the screen. If the TV device is selected this button displays text services.
The home button is an action key - it can be used to return to the top page of a particular function. For instance if you are browsing the music library and you wish to look for a different album you may use the home button to return to the main Library menu.
The menu button is an action key - pressing this key will always return the TV screen and front panel to the Main Menu. Use this button if you wish to start a new operation.
NAVIGATION ,,, buttons
The navigation buttons are used to move up, down, left or right through the menu pages.
Select is used to activate the currently highlighted option. When browsing the library this button will start playback of the selected item.
The album button can be used to jump to the album list in the music library. If the TV device is selected this button selects the red text service option.