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Reassigning volume control when using the Digital Music Server.

The 0 and 1 Mute keys buttons may be configured to control the volume on your amplifier whilst the HDD Audio device is selected. To configure these keys:

  • Ensure that the Amp button is correctly configured to control your amplifier (as described above).

Press the HDD Audio and

buttons

simultaneously; hold them down for 1 second.

The HDD Audio button will remain lit for 20 seconds; the configuration process must be completed during this time.

  • Press the 1 Mute

  • Press the 0+ key

  • Press the Amp button

The HDD Audio button will blink twice to indicate that the configuration has been accepted. If the HDD Audio button does not blink begin the process again, taking care to press the buttons in the correct sequence. The 0 and 1 Mute keys should now control the amplifier when the HDD Audio device is selected.

To return the 0 and 1 Mute keys to their original configuration repeat the above process, pressing the HDD Audio button instead of the Amp button.

Note: For more information on configuring the HDD Audio button to control your Digital Music Server in a multi-room environment see the chapter called Using Digital Music Server in a multiroom system p.40.

CONNECTING YOUR DIGITAL MUSIC SERVER

The diagram below illustrates the basic connections required to use your Digital Music Server.

Note: Do not make any connections to the Digital Music Server while the power supply is connected and switched on.

  • Connect the supplied telephone lead to a standard analogue telephone socket. Connect the other end of this cable to the socket marked Modem on the back panel of the Digital Music Server.

  • Connect the red plug of the supplied audio lead to the red Analogue Out 1 socket on the back of the Digital Music Server. Connect the adjacent white plug to the white Analogue Out 1 socket on the Digital Music Server. Connect the other end of this cable to the AUX or CD inputs on your amplifier. In the same way connect the other Analogue Out connectors to other amplifiers as appropriate.

  • Connect the yellow plug of the supplied TV lead to the yellow Video Out socket of the Digital Music Server. For the European TV lead* connect the Scart plug to the ext. 1 or 2 socket on the rear of your TV. For the non-European TV lead connect the yellow plug to the video input on the rear of your TV.

  • Connect the supplied power cord to your mains power supply.

  • Switch on your television. Select the appropriate video channel to view the Digital Music Server TV User Interface display.

    • *

      For Scart connection, the red and black plugs are not

required.

Basic connections required for Digital Music Server operation

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