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Using the Digital Music Server action keys

The front panel of your Digital Music Server has four “action” keys located underneath the main display. The function of these keys changes depending on which menu you are currently viewing. The available actions are shown on the bottom line of the front panel display. In the example above, the functions Menu, Open, Info, and Play are available; next to each option is a symbol indicating where a key on the Digital Music Server remote control may be used instead of pressing the action key. By default:

REGISTERING YOUR DIGITAL MUSIC SERVER

Before using your Digital Music Server you should spend some time registering your purchase. This enables you to receive technical support as well as software upgrades.

To register your Digital Music Server

When the welcome screen is first displayed, press

the

key on the remote control or the

  • corresponds to an information action

  • corresponds to a cancel action

  • corresponds to a select action

Regstr action key on the front panel.

The TV screen also displays these actions as well as other actions available on the Digital Music Server remote control.

Digital Music Server status icons

The TV display shows the current status of the Digital Music Server using a series of icons as shown below:

1.

Indicates that your Digital Music Server is receiving information from a remote control.

2.

Indicates the status of the currently selected output (e.g. play, stop, pause etc.)

3. 4.

Indicates that an audio CD is inside the CD tray.

When the handset is lifted the unit is connected to the internet using the built-in modem; when the handset is on top of the telephone the unit is offline. If your Digital Music Server is set to connect to the internet via a broadband ethernet connection this symbol is not used.

The following registration screen will be displayed:

The same information is also shown on the front panel display.

Press the

key on your remote control or

the Cont. action key on the front panel to display

the first registration screen:

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