The MMS·5A comes congured for a shelf mount installation. For rack mount installs, remove the four feet from the bottom of the chassis and install the two supplied rack mount ears to the front sides of the MMS·5A.
The MMS·2 is designed for shelf-mount installations. However, should you wish to rack mount the unit, Middle Atlantic manufactures a rack mount shelf and faceplate customized to t the MMS·2.
Using the supplied audio cables, connect 1-4 of the analog audio outputs to source inputs on your amplier or receiver.You may also connect the digital audio output and/or the USB audio cable to a compatible amplier.The digital output on the MMS·5A supports 24-bit/192kHz digital audio, and the MMS·2 supports 24-bit/96 kHz audio.
The MMS·2 utilizes jack detection technology to sense which audio outputs are connected. You will not be able to control or access any analog audio channel that does not have the adapter plugged in.
You can use the MMS On-screen Display to browse content, view photo slideshows and see now-playing information about your audio program, you may connect the DVI or HDMI video outputs to a compatible display device.
Some HDMI receivers and switches can have compatibility issues with the MMS. If you receive an error message on screen, or if the MMS seems non-responsive, try plugging the HDMI cable directly into the display, bypassing any adaptors, switches, or AV receivers.
Control System Connections
If you are using an IP based control system, the Mirage Media Server can be controlled over IP port 5004, and no further connections are necessary.
More information and control system modules for Crestron, AMX, RTI, Control4 and URC systems are available at www.autonomic-controls.com/support_downloads.php.
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