Crestron Surround Sound Tuning Kit Specifications

Crestron Adagio® AMS
Media System
Operations Guide
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Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
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Heed all warnings.
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Follow all instructions.
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
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Clean only with dry cloth.
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Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
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Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. THE APPARATUS SHALL NOT BE
EXPOSED TO DRIPPING OR SPLASHING. OBJECTS
FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHOULD
NOT BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
WARNING:
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Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
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Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
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Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
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Disconnect power prior to connecting or disconnecting
equipment.
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Do not install in direct sunlight.
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The apparatus must be installed in a way that the power cord
can be removed either from the wall outlet or from the device
itself in order to disconnect the mains power.
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COVER. THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
SHOULD PERFORM SERVICE.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
THIS IS AN APPARATUS WITH CLASS I
CONSTRUCTION. IT SHALL BE CONNECTED TO AN
ELECTRICAL OUTLET WITH AN EARTHING GROUND
TERMINAL.
IMPORTANT:
The AMS can be used with Class 2 output wiring.
Prevent foreign objects from entering the device.
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Contents
Media System: Adagio AMS
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Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 1
Features and Functions ................................................................................................ 1
7.1 Surround Sound.......................................................................................2
High-End Audio Performance.......................................................................2
Audyssey MultEQ® XT.................................................................................2
AV Inputs and Outputs..................................................................................2
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) Technology.....................2
Multi-Room Audio........................................................................................2
2-Channel Steering........................................................................................3
Satellite Radio ...............................................................................................3
Audio Servers................................................................................................3
Enhanced Front Panel Control ......................................................................3
Versatile Room Controls...............................................................................3
2-Series Ethernet Control System .................................................................4
Home Automation and Integration................................................................4
Applications................................................................................................................. 4
Specifications .............................................................................................................. 5
Physical Description.................................................................................................... 9
Industry Compliance ................................................................................................. 19
Setup ........................................................................................................................................ 20
Network Wiring......................................................................................................... 20
Hardware Hookup ..................................................................................................... 20
Configuration........................................................................................................................... 41
Configure the AMS for Operation............................................................................. 41
Open Installer Tools....................................................................................41
Select Tuner Format....................................................................................42
Configure the Network................................................................................42
Configure the Theater .................................................................................43
Configure Distributed Audio.......................................................................48
Identify Keypads .........................................................................................55
Load APADs ...............................................................................................57
About...........................................................................................................57
Configure Sources ..................................................................................................... 58
Configure Rooms ...................................................................................................... 58
Configure Theater...................................................................................................... 61
Configure Preset Groups ........................................................................................... 62
Operation ................................................................................................................................. 65
Theater Mode ............................................................................................................ 65
Source Mode.............................................................................................................. 69
Controlling a Tuner .....................................................................................69
Controlling an iPod or iPhone.....................................................................84
Controlling an Adagio Audio Server (AAS) ...............................................87
Route a Source ............................................................................................92
Room Mode............................................................................................................... 92
Party Mode and Other Room Groups ........................................................................ 95
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Lock and Unlock the Front Panel Controls ............................................................... 96
Turn off the Theater................................................................................................... 96
Turn off the System................................................................................................... 96
Programming Software............................................................................................................ 97
Earliest Version Software Requirements for the PC ................................................. 97
Programming with Adagio Composer ....................................................................... 97
Programming with Crestron SystemBuilder.............................................................. 97
Programming with SIMPL Windows ........................................................................ 98
Programming with VisionTools Pro-e....................................................................... 98
Configuring the AMS ................................................................................................ 98
Switching Programs................................................................................................... 99
Saving Settings .......................................................................................................... 99
Example Program ...................................................................................................... 99
Uploading and Upgrading...................................................................................................... 100
Establishing Communication................................................................................... 100
Programs and Firmware .......................................................................................... 101
Problem Solving .................................................................................................................... 103
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................... 103
Check Network Wiring............................................................................................ 104
Reference Documents.............................................................................................. 105
Further Inquiries ...................................................................................................... 105
Future Updates ........................................................................................................ 105
Software License Agreement................................................................................................. 106
Return and Warranty Policies ................................................................................................ 108
Merchandise Returns / Repair Service .................................................................... 108
CRESTRON Limited Warranty............................................................................... 108
Trademark Information ........................................................................................... 109
Windows ...................................................................................................109
XM ............................................................................................................109
SIRIUS ......................................................................................................109
iPod ...........................................................................................................109
HDMI ........................................................................................................109
Dolby.........................................................................................................109
DTS ...........................................................................................................109
Audyssey...................................................................................................109
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Media System: Adagio AMS
Introduction
Features and Functions
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Integrated surround sound processor and amplifier
Out-of-the-box functionality (no programming required):
⇒ Audio distribution for four to six rooms; expandable to 12 rooms
when used with Adagio Audio Expander (AAE)
⇒ Control from front panel or any combination of six (up to 12 if
used with AAE) APAD LCD controllers or C2N-DBF12 12-button
room keypads
⇒ Built-in support for (2) optional ATC tuner cards, (1) Interface for
Apple iPod® (CEN-IDOC)1, (1) AAE and (1) Adagio Audio Server
(AAS)1
Audyssey MultEQ® XT advanced automatic equalization
High-definition analog and HDMI digital video switching
Audio distribution for four to six rooms, expandable to 24 rooms with
additional Adagio Audio Expanders
Control audio functions from the built-in LCD-driven front panel,
12-button room keypads, or APAD LCD controllers. Other control
devices can be used with additional programming
Accepts up to three (optional) dual radio tuner cards for XM2 and
SIRIUS3 Satellite Radio, and AM/FM radio with RDS/RBDS (one
tuner card included)
Room Grouping function allows easy routing of one source to multiple
rooms at once
Plug-and-play support for Adagio Audio Servers (AAS-1, AAS-2,
AAS-4)1 and Interface for Apple iPod (CEN-IDOC)1
Set up via front panel or software
2-Series Ethernet control system — programmable to support
Crestron® touchpanels, wireless remotes, lighting dimmers,
thermostats, and much more!
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DHCP Ethernet router required.
2.
Hardware and required basic monthly subscription sold separately. Premium Channel available at
additional monthly cost. Installation costs and other fees and taxes, including a one-time activation
fee may apply. Subscription fee is consumer only. All fees and programming subject to change.
Subscriptions subject to Customer Agreement available at xmradio.com. Only available in the 48
contiguous United States. ©2008 XM Satellite Radio Inc. All rights reserved. All other trademarks
are the property of their respective owners.
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Sirius Satellite Radio subscription, sold separately. © SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. “SIRIUS” and the
SIRIUS dog logo are registered trademarks of SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc.
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7.1 Surround Sound
The AMS features a surround sound processor and 7-channel amplifier designed for
use with digital and analog audio sources. Dolby® Digital EX and DTS-ES Neo:6
96/24 decoding provides excellent sound quality from DVD video and audio titles,
with a full set of decoding and processing modes available to enhance the vast range
of movies and music available.
High-End Audio Performance
With 7x100 Watts of amplification and a discrete subwoofer/LFE balanced line
output, the AMS can drive any 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 theater speaker system with powered
subwoofer. A Class G amplifier topology produces the sound of a Class AB design
with near-digital efficiency. A six-band parametric EQ is provided on each output
channel including the subwoofer/LFE output with time-delay (up to 100 ms per
channel) for proper lip-sync and speaker placement compensation.
Audyssey MultEQ® XT
Audyssey MultEQ XT facilitates an optimum listening experience for every seat in
your theater using an equalization solution that corrects for both time and frequency
response problems. MultEQ XT accurately measures sound response throughout the
listening area, and combines that information to accurately represent the acoustical
problems in the room. Based on these measurements, MultEQ XT calculates an
equalization solution that effectively minimizes response distortion at every listening
position.
AV Inputs and Outputs
The AMS supplies a total of 10 S/PDIF digital audio inputs, three HDMI inputs, 10
analog stereo inputs, and one analog 7.1 surround input. In addition to its speaker
and subwoofer outputs, the AMS has unbalanced line-level audio outputs containing
the 7.1 surround signal as well as a stereo downmix signal. High-definition video
switching is also provided for eight HDTV/component, four S-video, four composite,
and three HDMI sources.
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI™) Technology
The AMS's HDMI inputs and output provide quick connectivity for high-end
components, providing a single-cable digital interface that combines uncompressed
high-definition video, multi-channel audio, and intelligent format and command
data. HDMI switching supports the routing of DVD and DTV sources to a single
HDTV display up to 1080p, and can decode digital audio signals from DVD-Audio,
SACD, Dolby Digital and DTS sources.
Multi-Room Audio
In addition to surround sound in the home theater, the AMS also distributes stereo
audio to several pairs of remote room speakers. Listeners in each room can enjoy
their own choice of radio stations, CDs and MP3s, or even a stereo downmix of the
surround sound output. Each room includes its own volume, bass, and treble
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controls, with the ability to combine a group of rooms easily at the press of the
"Party Mode" button. With additional programming, the AMS can also be configured
with five other room groups (in addition to the Party mode).
The integrated multi-room amplifier delivers 45 watts per channel to each of four
rooms. A fifth stereo room, or up to two mono rooms, can be supported using spare
surround channels if the theater is configured as 6.1, 5.1, or lower.
Without any programming, the AMS can be expanded to support another six rooms
by adding an AAE Audio Expander. With Crestron Adagio Composer software, a
total of three AAEs can be added, supporting up to 24 rooms in all (plus the theater).
2-Channel Steering
For homes that combine their theater with their main living space, some additional
signal routing flexibility is needed. Listening to stereo music through the theater's
main front speakers can have a distracting effect when there's music playing
throughout the house. With 2-channel and multi-channel steering capability, the
AMS lets you listen through the theater's side or rear speakers instead of, or in
addition to, the front speakers for the most cohesive whole-house listening
experience.
Satellite Radio
Up to three dual radio tuner cards can be installed in the AMS to enable
combinations of up to six AM/FM, XM and SIRIUS® Satellite Radio tuners, letting
listeners in different rooms enjoy their own choice of music, news, sports and talk.
For satellite and many FM stations, the AMS displays data such as the radio station
name, song and artist, traffic, weather, and phone numbers. The AMS comes with
one tuner card included.
Audio Servers
Plug-and-play compatibility with Crestron's AAS Adagio Audio Server and
CEN-IDOC Interface for Apple iPod® delivers instant access to an entire collection
of music from any room in the house with the ability to browse by album, artist, or
song title.
Enhanced Front Panel Control
With its large backlit LCD display, room and preset buttons, four soft buttons, and
dual rotary encoders, the AMS front panel provides a very powerful, yet friendly
user interface for setting up and controlling the theater along with a houseful of
speakers. Custom naming of rooms, groups, and sources is performed on the LCD
display, and also on the custom label strip using Crestron Engraver software. A
selection of pre-made labels is also included.
Versatile Room Controls
A choice of basic 12-button keypads or the advanced APAD Wall Mount LCD
Controller enables versatile control of the AMS in every room. A keypad provides
the essential controls for adjusting volume, selecting sources, and switching tracks
and radio channels. For more elegant control, the APAD extends the many functions
of the AMS front panel to each room, displaying audio source names, radio stations,
CD titles, artists, and tracks, audio settings and many other parameters.
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2-Series Ethernet Control System
At the heart of the AMS is the powerful 2-Series control engine. With both Cresnet
and Ethernet connectivity, plus custom programmability using Crestron
SystemBuilder™ software, the AMS allows nearly limitless expansion and
customization using Crestron's entire line of touchpanels, wireless remotes, and
hundreds of other devices. The built-in Web server with native e-Control®2 XPanel
support enables full remote control over IP from computers and PDA devices, as
well as remote diagnostics and updates. Built-in IR, RS-232, relay and digital input
ports are included to interface the AMS with non-Crestron devices ranging from CD
changers to security systems.
Home Automation and Integration
The AMS can grow as part of a complete home automation solution supporting all of
Crestron's Cresnet and infiNET™ controllable dimmers, shade controllers,
thermostats, and other devices.
Applications
The following diagram shows an AMS as the centerpiece of an Adagio system using
out-of-the-box functionality.
AMS as the Centerpiece of an Adagio System
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Available models are:
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AMS: AMS with ATC-AMFM2 Tuner Card
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AMS-XM: AMS with ATC-AMFMXM Tuner Card
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AMS-SR: AMS with ATC-AMFMSR Tuner Card
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AMSI: AMS for International (220-240 VAC) use with ATC-AMFM2
Tuner Card
Out of the box, the AMS can support one AAS (Adagio Audio Server), one AAE
(Adagio Audio Expander) for control of up to 12 rooms (depending on
configuration), one CEN-IDOC (Interface for Apple iPod®), and a combination of up
to 12 C2N-DBF12 (12-button keypads) or APAD controllers for local control of
each zone.
With custom programming (via Adagio Composer, Crestron SystemBuilder™ , or
SIMPL™ Windows®) and additional AAEs, the AMS can control up to 25 zones of
audio. Additional APADs, C2N-DBF12s, CEN-IDOCs and AAS devices can also be
added as well as other Crestron peripherals.
Specifications
Specifications for the AMS are listed in the following table.
AMS Specifications
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Processor
CPU
32-bit Freescale ColdFire® Microprocessor
Memory
16MB Flash, 32MB SDRAM, 256KB
NVRAM
Operating System
Real-time, preemptive, multitasking kernel,
multi-threaded, FAT32 file system with long
names; supports SIMPL Windows and
SIMPL+®
Ethernet
10/100BaseT, static IP or DHCP/DNS, SSL,
autonegotiating, full duplex TCP/IP,
UDP/IP, SMTP, SNMP, built-in Web server
and e-mail client; supports Crestron
e-Control®2 XPanel and RoomView®
applications
Video
Switchers
3x1 HDMI switcher, 8x2 component matrix,
4x2 S-Video matrix, 4x2 composite matrix
Signal Types
HDMI, component (YPbPr), S-video (Y/C),
and composite video (does not transcode)
Formats
NTSC or PAL, HDTV up to 1080i/1080p
Gain
0dB (75 ohms terminated)
Bandwidth
400 MHz
Crosstalk
>54dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
>70dB
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AMS Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Audio – Surround Sound
Processor
Processor
Texas Instruments DA610 Aureus™ 32-bit
floating point DSP w/Audysey MultEQ® XT
setup algorithms
Analog-To-Digital Conversion
24-bit 48 kHz
Digital-To-Analog Conversion
24-bit 48 kHz
Supported Formats/Modes
Bypass, Stereo, 2-channel steering
(surround or rear), Multi-channel stereo,
Ambience Effects (Cathedral, Hall, Stadium,
Jazz Club), Dolby® Pro Logic IIx, Dolby
Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital EX, DTS Neo:6,
DTS Digital 5.1 Discrete, DTS ES 6.1
Discrete, DTS ES 6.1 Matrix, DTS 96/24
Surround Sound Master Volume
-80dB to +20dB, 0.5dB steps
Speaker Compensation
±12dB, 0.5dB steps
Low Frequency Effects (LFE)
-10dB to +0dB, 0.5dB steps
Mode Trim (Level Preset)
±12dB, 0.5dB steps (master); ±12dB, 0.5dB
steps (per output); -10dB to +0dB, 0.5dB
steps (LFE)
Input Compensation
±10dB, 1dB steps
Mute
-80dB (electronic), >-100dB (relay)
Bass Gain Range
±12dB, 1dB steps
Treble Gain Range
±12dB, 1dB steps
EQ Modes
Audyssey MultEQ XT or 6-band parametric
or graphic per surround/subwoofer output
channel
PEQ Filter Gain
±12dB, 0.5dB steps
PEQ Filter Bandwidth
0.02 to 2.0 octaves
PEQ Filter Center Frequency
20Hz to 20KHz
GEQ Filter Gain
±10dB, 0.5dB steps
GEQ Filter Center
Frequencies
50, 180, 630, 2.3k, 8k Hz
Crossover/High-Pass Frequency
40 to 200 Hz, 10 Hz steps
Maximum Delay
100ms per channel, picture delay (lip-sync)
and speaker distance compensation
combined
Dynamic Range (compression)
Minimum, Standard, Maximum
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20kHz ±0.01dB (preamp),
20Hz to 20kHz ±0.2dB (power amp)
Total Harmonic Distortion
(THD) + Noise
<0.006% (preamp), 0.03% (power amp)
20Hz to 20kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
>100dB (preamp), 100dB (power amp) 20Hz
to 20kHz A-weighted
Dynamic Range
>113dB
Channel Separation
>85dB (preamp), >80dB (power amp)
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AMS Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Audio – Multi Room Distribution
(Typical of up to 5 Stereo, or 4
Stereo + 2 Mono Room Outputs)
Controls
Volume, Balance, Bass, Treble, Loudness,
Mute, Mono, Input Compensation
Volume Gain Range
-80dB to +20dB, 1 dB steps
Mute
-100dB (electronic), -120dB (relay/room off)
Input Compensation
±10dB, 1db steps
Bass Gain Range
±12dB, 2dB steps
Treble Gain Range
±12dB, 2dB steps
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20kHz ±0.4dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
>100dB 20Hz to 20kHz A-weighted
Total Harmonic Distortion
(THD) + Noise
<0.08% 20Hz to 20kHz
Stereo Separation
>75dB
Power
Internal Power Supply
AMS/
AMS-XM/
AMS-SR
1000 Watts (8 Amps) @ 120 Volts AC,
50-60Hz
AMSI
1000 Watts (4 Amps) @ 220-240 Volts AC,
50-60Hz
Available Cresnet Power
LCD Display
20 Watts (0.83 Amps @ 24 Volts DC)
Green LCD dot matrix, 128 x 64 resolution,
adjustable LED backlight
Environmental
Temperature
41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)
Humidity
10% to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Heat Dissipation*
8-ohm impedance
1600 BTU/hr
4-ohm impedance
2000 BTU/hr
Enclosure
Black metal with molded ABS/PC front
panel;
Freestanding, side ventilation should not be
restricted
Dimensions
Height
7.39 in (18.78 cm)
Width
17.16 in (43.59 cm)
Depth
18.56 in (47.13 cm)
Weight
57.5 lb (26.1 kg)
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AMS Specifications (Continued)
SPECIFICATION
DETAILS
Available Models
AMS
AMS with ATC-AMFM2 Dual AM/FM Tuner
Card
AMS-XM
AMS with ATC-AMFMXM AM/FM and XM
Satellite Radio Tuner Card
AMS-SR
AMS with ATC-AMFMSR AM/FM and
SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner Card
AMSI
AMS for International (220-240 VAC) use
with ATC-AMFM2 Dual AM/FM Tuner Card
Available Accessories:
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AAE
Adagio Audio Expander
AAS
Adagio Audio Server
APAD
Wall Mount LCD Controller
ATC-AMFM2
Adagio Dual AM/FM Tuner Card
ATC-AMFMSR
Adagio AM/FM and SIRIUS® Satellite Radio
Tuner Card
ATC-AMFMXM
Adagio AM/FM and XM Satellite Radio
Tuner Card
C2N-DBF12
12-Button Decorator Keypad
C2N-TXM-C50
XM Antenna Extension Cable
CEN-IDOC
Interface for Apple iPod®
CLS-C6(M)
iLux Integrated Lighting System
CNSP-XX
Custom Serial Interface Cable
CNXRMIRD
IR Receiver
Crestron Professional
Surround Sound Tuning Kit
Surround Sound Tuning Kit
STIRP
IR Probe
BTU/hr ratings made while all channels loaded to 1/8 full power with specified impedance.
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Physical Description
This section provides information on the connections, controls, and indicators
available on your AMS.
AMS Physical View (Front)
AMS Physical View (Rear), Shown with ATC-AMFM2 Adagio AM/FM Dual Tuner Card and ATC-AMFMXM Adagio AM/FM
and XM Satellite Radio Tuner Card
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AMS Overall Dimensions
17.09 in
(43.41 cm)
17.16 in
(43.59 cm)
7.39 in
(18.78 cm)
6.81 in
(17.30 cm)
18.23 in
(46.30 cm) 17.56 in
(44.60 cm)
17.89 in
(45.44 cm)
18.54 in
(47.09 cm)
NOTE: Cable connections can extend the overall depth of the AMS by
approximately two to three inches.
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AMS Buttons and Ports
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10
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4
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22
18
19
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11
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12
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Connectors, Controls, & Indicators
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CONNECTORS,
CONTROLS, &
INDICATORS
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SELECTION KNOB
DESCRIPTION
Used to select rooms, sources, and radio
stations (when using tuner), and other
parameters.
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CONNECTORS,
CONTROLS, &
INDICATORS
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ENTER BUTTON
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THEATER OFF BUTTON
Pushbutton with green LED. The
THEATER OFF button turns off all of the
theater outputs. The button is lit when the
theater outputs are on. When the theater
outputs are off, the button will not be lit, all
theater connections are broken, and all of
the amplifier and pre-amplifier outputs are
powered off.
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LABEL ACCESS
A notch in the front panel allows removal of
the label cover (and access to the USB
port, # 15 and the microphone jack, #16)
with a flat-head screwdriver.
5
HARDWARE RESET
Recessed below the front panel. Press this
button to initiate a system hardware reset.
This has the same effect as disconnecting
and reconnecting power.
6
SOFTWARE RESET
Recessed below the front panel. Press this
button while the system is running to restart
the program without rebooting the
processor. Hold during reboot to bypass
the custom program and run the built-in
out-of-the-box functionality.
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LABEL STRIP COVER
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SOURCE BUTTON
The SOURCE button places the AMS in
the Source mode.
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ROOM BUTTON
The ROOM button places the AMS in the
Room mode.
10
HOUSE BUTTON
Functions controlled by the HOUSE button
are determined in a custom program
created by SystemBuilder.
11
MENU BUTTON
The MENU button returns the display (#13)
to the previous screen.
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ROOM BUTTONS
Room buttons select individual rooms,
Party mode (all rooms are on), or turn off
all of the rooms (ALL OFF). The actual
function is set by the theater configuration.
For more information, refer to “Configure
the Theater” on page 43.
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LIQUID CRYSTAL
DISPLAY
The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) shows
system information such as audio controls,
tuner controls, and room controls.
14
SOFT BUTTONS
Function of soft buttons are dependent on
operation of AMS.
DESCRIPTION
The ENTER button confirms changes
made to AMS settings.
Covers the engraved label strip, the USB
port (#15), and the microphone jack (#16).
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USB PORT
(1) USB Type B female; USB 1.1 computer
console port (cable included)
16
MICROPHONE
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+5 VDC
2
Data -
3
Data +
4
Ground
(1) 3.5mm TRS mini-phone jack
Input for calibrated microphone (part of
CSSTK Surround Sound Tuning Kit, sold
separately)
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SURRND
The SURRND button displays the currently
selected Surround Sound mode and allows
the user to change the Surround Sound
mode.
18
THEATER
The THEATER button places the AMS in
the Theater mode. The Theater mode is
used to view and/or listen to video and
audio sources in the theater room.
19
DISPLAY
The DISPLAY button toggles the
information shown on the display (i.e. artist
and/or song title).
20
MORE
21
THEATER SOURCE
BUTTONS
Used to select input sources for the theater
room. The actual function is set by the
theater configuration. For more information,
refer to “Configure the Theater” on page
43.
22
VOLUME CONTROL
KNOB
Turn clockwise to raise the volume of a
room or the theater; turn counterclockwise
to lower the volume of a room or the
theater. Turning the volume control slowly
will adjust the volume level in fine
increments while turning the volume control
quickly will adjust the volume level in larger
increments. Volume level is displayed on
the LCD. Operates in Room and Theater
mode only.
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MUTE BUTTON
The MORE button displays additional
controls for the soft buttons (if available).
The MUTE button is used to mute or
unmute the currently selected room
(theater is default). When lit, the selected
room is muted.
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NET 1-6
(6) 4-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal blocks
Cresnet Master ports
Provide data and power for keypads and
other Cresnet devices
Four-pin terminal block interface
connectors are included for each port.
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CARD SLOTS 1-3
(SLOT 1 SHOWN WITH
ATC-AMFM2 INSTALLED)
AUDIO SOURCES
(3) Adagio tuner card slots
Accept choice of dual tuner cards; outputs
from the tuner cards parallel with ANALOG
SOURCES 1 – 6
MULTI-CHANNEL SOURCE:
(8) RCA female; Unbalanced line-level 7.1
Surround Sound audio inputs;
Maximum Input: 3.2 Vrms (flat);
Input Impedance: 47k ohms
ANALOG SOURCES 1-10:
(20) RCA female providing (10) unbalanced
stereo line-level, analog audio inputs;
Inputs 1 through 6 parallel with outputs
from tuner cards installed in slots 1
through 3 (#25) and cannot be used by
external sources when tuner cards are
installed. Refer to “Adagio Tuner Cards”
on page 36 for information on which
input ports are reserved for which card
slot;
Maximum Input: 3.2 Vrms (flat);
Input Impedance: 47k ohms
DIGITAL SOURCES 1-6:
(6) RCA female; S/PDIF coaxial digital
audio inputs;
Input Impedance: 75 ohms
DIGITAL SOURCES 7-10:
(4) JIS F05 female (TOSLINK) optical fiber
connectors; S/PDIF optical digital audio
inputs
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VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUTS 1-8:
(24) RCA female comprising (8)
component/HDTV (YPbPr) video inputs;
Input signal sensing on “Y”;
Input Level: 1 Vp-p nominal (Y),
0.7 Vp-p nominal (PbPr);
Input Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUTS 1 and 2:
(6) RCA female comprising (2)
component/HDTV (YPbPr) video outputs;
Output Level: 1 Vp-p nominal (Y),
0.7 Vp-p nominal (PbPr);
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
S-VIDEO INPUTS 1-4:
(4) 4-pin mini-DIN female; S-Video (Y/C)
video inputs w/input signal sensing on “Y”;
Input Level: 1 Vp-p nominal (Y),
0.7 Vp-p nominal (C);
Input Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
S-VIDEO OUTPUTS 1 and 2:
(2) 4-pin mini-DIN female; S-Video (Y/C)
video outputs;
Output Level: 1 Vp-p nominal (Y),
0.7 Vp-p nominal (C);
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
COMPOSITE VIDEO INPUTS 1-4:
(4) RCA female; Composite video inputs
w/input signal sensing;
Input Level: 1 Vp-p nominal;
Input Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUTS 1 and 2:
(2) RCA female; Composite video outputs;
Output Level: 1 Vp-p nominal;
Output Impedance: 75 ohms nominal
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SPEAKER OUTPUTS
DESCRIPTION
ROOM 1-4:
(8) 2-pin 7.62mm detachable terminal
blocks; Multi-room amplifier outputs;
Wire Size: Terminals accept up to
12 AWG (4.0 mm2); Interface
connectors included.
Output Power: 45 Watts/Ch. at 8 ohms,
60 Watts/Ch. at 4 ohms
FRONT, CENTER, SURROUND, BACK or
ROOM 5/6:
(7) 2-pin 7.62mm, 20A detachable terminal
blocks; Power amplifier outputs;
Wire Size: Terminals accept up to
10 AWG (3.0 mm2); Interface
connectors included.
Output Power: 100 Watts/Ch. at
8 ohms, 150 Watts/Ch. at 4 ohms
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IR OUT
(8) 3.5mm TRS mini-phone jack, IR/Serial
port;
IR output up to 1.2 MHz; 1-way serial
TTL/RS-232 (0-5V) up to 9600 baud
Use Crestron Infrared Emitter Probe (part
number STIRP, sold separately) for
controlling infrared devices. For information
on other serial control cables, contact
Crestron.
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
Tip: IR Data Out
Ring: No Connection
Sleeve: Ground
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IR IN
(1) 3.5 mm TRS mini-phone jack;
For connection of the CNXRMIRD IR
receiver (sold separately);
Allows IR wireless control from Crestron
and third-party remotes using RC-5 IR
commands.
Tip
Ring
Sleeve
Tip: IR Data In
Ring: +5 VDC
Sleeve: Ground
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INPUT
(1) 5-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Comprises (4) digital inputs; Rated for 0-24
Volts DC, referenced to GND; A five-pin
terminal block interface connector is
included.
Input Impedance: 2.2k ohms pulled up
to 5 Volts DC;
Logic Threshold: 2.5 Volts DC nominal
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RELAY OUTPUT
(1) 8-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Comprises (4) normally open, isolated
relays; Rated 1 Amp, 30 Volts AC/DC;
MOV arc suppression across contacts; An
eight-pin terminal block interface connector
is included.
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COM A & COM B
(2) DB9 male, bidirectional RS-232 ports;
Up to 115.2k baud, hardware and software
handshaking support for communication
with serial devices. Can also be used for
modem communications. The following
table lists the pin assignments of the serial
ports.
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COMPUTER
PIN
DIRECTION
1
To AMS
(DCD) Data Carrier
Detect
DESCRIPTION
2
To AMS
(RXD) Receive Data
3
From AMS
(TXD) Transmit Data
4
From AMS
(DTR) Data Terminal
Ready
5
Common
(GND) Ground
6
To AMS
(DSR) Data Set
Ready
7
From AMS
8
To AMS
(CTS) Clear To Send
9
To AMS
(RI) Ring Indicator
(RTS) Request To
Send
(1) 6-pin RJ-11 female, bidirectional
RS-232 computer console port. Use with
included serial cable.
Pin 1: CTS
Pin 2: GND
Pin 3: RXD
Pin 4: TXD
Pin 5: RTS
Pin 6: N/C (Not connected)
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LAN
DESCRIPTION
(1) 8-wire RJ-45 with 2 LED indicators,
10/100BaseT Ethernet port;
Green LED indicates link status, Yellow
LED indicates Ethernet activity
36
NET
37
AUDIO OUT
(2) 4-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal
blocks; Cresnet Master ports, paralleled
with NET ports 1 through 6; Connect to
AAE(s). A four-pin terminal block interface
connector is included for each port.
OUTPUT:
(2) RCA female; Unbalanced stereo linelevel audio output containing a stereo
downmix of all internal surround sound
processor outputs;
Maximum Output Level: 2.5 Vrms;
Output Impedance: 50 ohms
PRE-AMP OUTPUT:
(8) RCA female; Unbalanced line-level 7.1
surround sound audio outputs;
Maximum Output Level: 2.5 Vrms (front,
surround, back, center); 6.3 Vrms (sub);
Output Impedance: 50 ohms
SUB (balanced):
(1) 3-pin 3.5mm detachable terminal block;
Balanced line-level subwoofer audio
output;
Maximum Output Level: 12.6 Vrms;
Output Impedance: 100 ohms
NOTE: Stereo downmix output is not
affected by changes to volume. Pre-amp
surround sound outputs are affected by the
volume control.
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HDMI
HDMI INPUT 1-3:
(3) 19-pin Type A HDMI 1.1 digital
video/audio input; includes HDCP 1.1
protocol
HDMI OUTPUT:
(1) 19-pin Type A HDMI 1.1 digital
video/audio output; includes HDCP 1.1
protocol
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MAIN POWER INPUT
Fuse terminal and power connector.
The AMS requires a T10AH-type fuse rated
at 250 Volts1. The AMS requires 120 VAC,
50-60 Hz, 8 Amps.
The AMSI requires a T5AH-type fuse rated
at 250 Volts1. The AMSI requires 220-240
VAC, 50-60 Hz, 4 Amps2.
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1.
Refer to “Fuse Replacement” on page 38 for additional details.
2.
Refer to “Hardware Hookup”, which begins on page 20 for additional cord details.
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Industry Compliance
This product is Listed to applicable UL Standards and requirements by Underwriters
Laboratories Inc.
(E302724)
As of the date of manufacture, the AMSI has been tested and found to comply with
specifications for CE marking and standards per EMC and Radiocommunications
Compliance Labelling.
NOTE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
ƒ
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
ƒ
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
ƒ
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Setup
Network Wiring
When wiring the AAE Adagio Audio Expander, APAD controller, or C2N-DBF12
keypad to the AMS, consider the following:
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Use Crestron Certified Wire.
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Use Crestron power supplies for Crestron equipment.
•
Provide sufficient power to the system.
CAUTION: Insufficient power can lead to unpredictable results or damage
to the equipment. Please use the Crestron Power Calculator to help calculate
how much power is needed for the system
(http://www.crestron.com/calculators).
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For larger networks, Use a Cresnet Hub/Repeater (CNXHUB) to maintain
signal quality
For more details, refer to “Check Network Wiring” on page 104.
Hardware Hookup
NOTE: Prior to making any connections, refer to the latest version of the Crestron
Safety Instructions (Doc. 6607) which can be downloaded from the Crestron website
(www.crestron.com/manuals).
Ventilation
The AMS should be used in a well-ventilated area. The venting holes should not be
obstructed under any circumstances.
To prevent overheating, do not operate this product in an area that exceeds the
environmental temperature range listed in the table of specifications. Consider using
forced air ventilation and/or incrementing the spacing between units to reduce
overheating. Consideration must be given if installed in a closed or multi-unit rack
assembly since the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be
greater than the room ambient temperature. Contact with thermal insulating materials
should be avoided on all sides of the unit.
Speaker Connections
The AMS can be configured for a variety of audio applications. A list of available
room configurations, and speaker connection diagrams are available on the
following pages.
CAUTION: Speakers must be rated to full available output.
CAUTION: Do not bridge speaker outputs.
NOTE: Unless otherwise stated, connections can be made to the pre-amp output
connectors or the speaker connectors.
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The following terms are used to denote specific speakers:
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FL: Front-Left speaker in theater room
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FR: Front-Right speaker in theater room
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C: Center Channel speaker in theater room
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S: Powered subwoofer in the theater room
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SL: Surround-Left speaker in the theater room
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SR: Surround-Right speaker in the theater room
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BL: Back-Left speaker in the theater room
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BR: Back-Right speaker in the theater room
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BC: Back-Channel speaker in the theater room (6.1 configuration only)
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R1L: Room one, left channel (speaker connectors only)
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R1R: Room one, right channel (speaker connectors only)
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R2L: Room two, left channel (speaker connectors only)
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R2R: Room two, right channel (speaker connectors only)
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R3L: Room three, left channel (speaker connectors only)
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R3R: Room three, right channel (speaker connectors only)
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R4L: Room four, left channel (speaker connectors only)
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R4R: Room four, right channel (speaker connectors only)
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R5L: Room five, left channel
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R5R: Room five, right channel
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R5M: Room five, mono channel
•
R6M: Room six, mono channel
Available Audio Configurations
Audio Configuration
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6.1 Theater + Four Stereo Rooms + One Mono Room
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5.1 Theater + Five Stereo Rooms
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5.1 Theater + Four Stereo Rooms + Two Mono Rooms
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Stereo Theater + Four Stereo Rooms
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Stereo Theater + Five Stereo Rooms
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Stereo Theater + Four Stereo Rooms + One Mono Room
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Crestron Adagio® AMS
Media System
7.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “7.1 Theater plus four stereo room” configuration
and the required wiring.
“7.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
FR
R1L
C
R1R
R2L
ROOM 1
SL
SR
SEATING
R3L
R3R
ROOM 2
R4L
ROOM 3
BL
R2R
S
R4R
ROOM 4
BR
THEATER
Speaker Hookup for “7.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms”
R1L R1R R2L R2R R3L R3R R4L R4R
FL
FR
C
SL
SR
BL
BR
FL SL BL C
FR SR BR S
S
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “6.1 Theater plus four stereo room” configuration
and the required wiring.
“6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
FR
R1L
C
R1R
R2L
ROOM 1
SL
SEATING
R2R
S
SR
R3L
ROOM 2
R3R
R4L
ROOM 3
R4R
ROOM 4
BC
THEATER
Speaker Hookup for “6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms”
R1L R1R R2L R2R R3L R3R R4L R4R
FL
FR
C
SL
SR
BC
FL SL BC C
FR SR
S
S
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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Crestron Adagio® AMS
Media System
6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room:
The following diagrams show a “6.1 Theater plus four stereo rooms plus one mono
room” configuration and the required wiring.
“6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
SEATING
R2L
ROOM 1
R3L
SL
R1R
R2R
ROOM 2
R3R
R4L
R4R
SR
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
BC
R5M
THEATER
ROOM 5 MONO
Speaker Hookup for “6.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room”
NOTE: The right PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connector does not carry any
audio signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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5.1 Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “5.1 Theater plus five stereo room” configuration
and the required wiring.
“5.1 Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
FR
C
S
R1L
ROOM 1
R3L
SL
SEATING
R1R
R3R
R2L
R2R
ROOM 2
R4L
R4R
SR
ROOM 3
R5L
ROOM 4
R5R
THEATER
ROOM 5
Speaker Hookup for “5.1 Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms”
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room:
The following diagrams show a “5.1 Theater plus four stereo rooms plus one mono
room” configuration and the required wiring.
“5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
SEATING
R2L
ROOM 1
R3L
SL
R1R
R2R
ROOM 2
R3R
R4L
R4R
SR
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
R5M
THEATER
ROOM 5 MONO
Speaker Hookup for “5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room”
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “5.1 Theater plus four stereo rooms plus two mono
rooms” configuration and the required wiring.
“5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
ROOM 1
R3L
SL
SEATING
R1R
R3R
R2L
R2R
ROOM 2
R4L
R4R
SR
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
R5M
R6M
ROOM 5
MONO
ROOM 6
MONO
THEATER
Speaker Hookup for “5.1 Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms”
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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Crestron Adagio® AMS
Media System
Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “Stereo Theater plus four stereo rooms”
configuration and the required wiring.
“Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
R2L
ROOM 1
R3L
SEATING
R1R
R2R
ROOM 2
R3R
R4L
ROOM 3
R4R
ROOM 4
THEATER
Speaker Hookup for “Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms”
R1L R1R R2L R2R R3L R3R R4L R4R
FL
FR
C
FL
C
FR
S
S
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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Stereo Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “Stereo Theater plus five stereo rooms”
configuration and the required wiring.
“Stereo Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
R1R
ROOM 1
R3L
R3R
R2L
R2R
ROOM 2
R4L
R4R
SEATING
ROOM 3
R5L
ROOM 4
R5R
THEATER
ROOM 5
Speaker Hookup for “Stereo Theater plus Five Stereo Rooms”
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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Media System
Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room:
The following diagrams show a “Stereo Theater plus four stereo rooms plus one
mono room” configuration and the required wiring.
“Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
R1R
R2L
ROOM 1
R3L
R2R
ROOM 2
R3R
R4L
R4R
SEATING
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
R5M
THEATER
ROOM 5 MONO
Speaker Hookup for “Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus One Mono Room”
R1L R1R R2L R2R R3L R3R R4L R4R
FL
FR
C
R5M
FL
C
FR
S
S
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
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Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms:
The following diagrams show a “Stereo Theater plus four stereo rooms plus two
mono rooms” configuration and the required wiring.
“Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms” Configuration
FL
SCREEN
C
FR
S
R1L
ROOM 1
R3L
SEATING
R1R
R3R
R2L
R2R
ROOM 2
R4L
R4R
ROOM 3
ROOM 4
R1M
R2M
ROOM 5
MONO
ROOM 6
MONO
THEATER
Speaker Hookup for “Stereo Theater plus Four Stereo Rooms plus Two Mono Rooms”
NOTE: The PRE-AMP OUTPUT, BACK connectors do not carry any audio
signal.
NOTE: The center channel and subwoofer channel can be disabled via Adagio
Composer or through the Installer Tools configuration tool. Refer to the Adagio
Composer help file or “Configure the Theater” on page 43.
NOTE: Connect the subwoofer to the RCA connector or the 3-position terminal
block connector.
Out-of-the-box Connections
WARNING: To prevent injury and / or equipment damage due to electric shock,
disconnect power from the AMS prior to making any wiring connections.
When using the out-of-the-box functionality, the AMS can support up to two tuner
cards, one AAE, one CEN-IDOC, one AAS-1/-2/-4, and any combination of seven
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APAD control devices (one in theater room + six rooms) or six C2N-DBF12 control
devices (plus an additional six on the AAE if connected). Observe the following
when connecting hardware to the AMS.
NOTE: Other sources (analog and digital) can be connected, but cannot be
controlled from the AMS or connected control devices.
•
Tuner Cards (Optional): Tuner cards must be installed in slots 1 and 2. In
the out-of-the-box configuration, a card cannot be installed in slot 3.
Analog source input ports 1 and 2 are unavailable for other sources when a
tuner card is installed in slot 1. Analog source input ports 3 and 4 are
unavailable for other sources when a tuner card is installed in slot 2. For
information on connecting antennas to a tuner card, refer to the respective
tuner card’s guide.
NOTE: If the AMS is powered down and the tuner card(s) are changed,
the previously saved source names will be assigned to the new card when
the AMS is powered. For example, if an ATC-AMFMXM card has been
replaced with an ATC-AMFMSR card, the AMS will retain the source
names (i.e. AM, FM, XM, or custom) that were assigned to the
ATC-AMFMXM card. To have the AMS recognize the new cards and use
the default source names (S1 AM/FM, S1 XM, etc.), restore the default
settings as described on page 55.
•
CEN-IDOC (Optional): The audio output of the CEN-IDOC must be
connected to source input port 5 on the AMS when using the out-of-the-box
configuration. The CEN-IDOC and AMS must be connected to the same
DHCP router.
•
AAS Devices (Optional): Analog source input ports 7 through 10 are
reserved for the different variations of the AAS. The AAS and AMS must
be connected to the same DHCP router.
⇒ AAS-1: The audio output of the AAS-1 must be connected to analog
source input port 7.
⇒ AAS-2: Audio output A of the AAS-2 must be connected to analog
source input port 7 and audio output B must be connected to analog
source input port 8.
⇒ AAS-4: Audio output A of the AAS-4 must be connected to analog
source input port 7. Audio output B must be connected to analog
source input port 8. Audio output C must be connected to analog
source input port 9, and audio output D must be connected to analog
source input port 10.
•
Control Devices (Optional): Any combination of six APADs or
C2N-DBF12 devices can be connected to any of the six NET ports on the
rear of the AMS. If an AAE is connected, six more APADs or C2N-DBF12
devices can be connected.
NOTE: The APAD and AMS front panel are the only control devices that
can control the theater room when using the out-of- the box functionality.
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AAE (Optional): One AAE can be connected to the AMS’ analog audio
input ports.
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NOTE: If using an AAE, external sources should be connected to the AAE
and looped through to the AMS. For more information, refer to the latest
version of the AAE guide (Doc. 6460), which is available from the Crestron
website.
NOTE: If using an AAE, the left and right downmix outputs of the AMS
must be connected to an input on the AAE so rooms connected to the AAE
can receive the theater downmix. For more information, refer to “Set AAE
Theater Source” on page 52.
NOTE: The AAE must be set to its default Net ID value (31). For
information on setting the AAE’s Net ID, refer to the latest version of the
AAE guide (Doc. 6460) which is available from the Crestron website.
Make the connections shown in the following diagram for the AMS to properly
control and switch connected devices while using the out-of-the-box functionality.
CAUTION: All tuner cards should be securely installed in the AMS.
CAUTION: Devices such as the AAS and the AAE must be fully grounded to the
AMS. Additionally, any other source devices should be grounded to the AMS as
well.
NOTE: The AMS can only be powered by the included power cord. Power cannot
be supplied from network devices that are connected to the mini-terminal block
connectors.
NOTE: The AMSI (International version) requires a power cord that is harmonized
to the country’s national and local electrical code. Each inner wire in the cord should
be at least 16 AWG or (1.5 mm2) and rated for at least 500V.The temperature rating
of the cord should be at least 60ºC. The cord length should be 1.5 meters to 2 meters.
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Hardware Connections for Out-of-the-Box Functionality (Shown with Tuner Cards in Slots 1 & 2)
APAD
APAD
C2N-DBF12
C2N-DBF12
C2N-DBF12
C2N-DBF12
NET:
TO AAE
(OPTIONAL)
LAN:
CONNECT TO DHCP ROUTER;
REQUIRED FOR USE WITH
CEN-IPOD and AAS
AUDIO INPUTS:
FROM MULTI-CHANNEL
SOURCES, ANALOG
SOURCES, AND
DIGITAL (COAX/FIBER
OPTIC) SOURCES
PRE-AMP OUTPUT:
THEATER and STEREO
DOWNMIX OUTPUT TO AAE,
AMPLIFIERS, OR AMPLIFIED
SPEAKERS
VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT:
INPUT FROM
COMPONENT,
S-VIDEO, AND
COMPOSITE
SOURCES;
OUTPUT TO
COMPONENT,
S-VIDEO, AND
COMPOSITE DEVICES
HDMI:
INPUTS FROM HDMI SOURCES
and OUTPUT TO HDMI
RECEIVER/DISPLAY
GROUND:
TIE ALL SOURCE AND AAE
GROUNDS TO AMS
GROUND TERMINAL
TO ROOM SPEAKERS:
EACH PAIR OF SPEAKER OUTPUTS
CORRESPONDS TO A ROOM NUMBER.
TO THEATER SPEAKERS AND/OR ROOMS 5 & 6:
ROOMS 5 & 6 ARE AVAILABLE WITH CERTAIN THEATER
CONFIGURATIONS
POWER:
FROM LINE
VOLTAGE
Refer to the following diagram to properly connect devices using an HDMI cable.
Installing and HDMI Cable
Custom Program
Connections
Refer to the following when not using the out-of-the-box functionality:
WARNING: To prevent injury and / or equipment damage due to electric shock,
disconnect power from the AMS prior to making any wiring connections.
Make the necessary connections as called out in the illustration that follows this
paragraph. Refer to “Network Wiring” on page 20 before attaching the 4-position
terminal block connectors. Apply power after all connections have been made.
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CAUTION: All tuner cards should be securely installed in the AMS.
CAUTION: Devices such as the AAS and the AAE must be fully grounded to the
AMS. Additionally, any other source devices should be grounded to the AMS as
well.
NOTE: The AMS can only be powered by the included power cord. Power cannot
be supplied from network devices that are connected to the mini-terminal block
connectors.
NOTE: The AMSI (International version) requires a power cord that is harmonized
to the country’s national and local electrical code. Each inner wire in the cord should
be at least 16 AWG or (1.5 mm2) and rated for at least 500V.The temperature rating
of the cord should be at least 60ºC. The cord length should be 1.5 meters to 2 meters.
Custom Program Connections for the AMS (Shown with Tuner Cards in Slots 1 & 2)
IR OUT:
TO STIRP IR EMITTER PROBE
or ONE-WAY SERIAL
CONTROLLED DEVICES
IR IN:
FROM
CNXRMIRD IR
RECEIVER
INPUT:
FROM DEVICE OUTPUTS
CONTACT OR RELAY CLOSURES
(24 VOLTS MAX)
RELAY OUTPUT:
TO CONTROLLABLE
DEVICES
COM A & COM B:
BI-DIRECTIONAL RS-232 WITH
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE
HANDSHAKING AND MODEM CONTROL
COMPUTER:
TO PC
NET:
POWERED PASSTHROUGH TO APAD and
C2N-DBF12 DEVICES
LAN:
10/100 BASE-T
ETHERNET TO LAN
NET:
TO AAE(s)
AUDIO INPUTS:
FROM MULTI-CHANNEL
SOURCES, ANALOG
SOURCES, AND DIGITAL
(COAX/FIBER OPTIC)
SOURCES
PRE-AMP OUT (RCA):
CARRIES LINE-LEVEL
UNBALANCED AUDIO.
FOLLOWS SPEAKER OUTPUTS
HDMI:
INPUTS FROM HDMI SOURCES
and OUTPUT TO HDMI
RECEIVER/DISPLAY
VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT:
INPUT FROM
COMPONENT,
S-VIDEO, AND
COMPOSITE SOURCES;
OUTPUT TO
COMPONENT,
S-VIDEO, AND
COMPOSITE DEVICES
TO ROOM SPEAKERS:
EACH PAIR OF SPEAKER OUTPUTS
CORRESPONDS TO A ROOM NUMBER.
TO THEATER SPEAKERS AND/OR ROOMS 5 & 6:
ROOMS 5 & 6 ARE AVAILABLE WITH CERTAIN THEATER
CONFIGURATIONS
POWER:
FROM LINE
VOLTAGE
GROUND:
TIE ALL SOURCE AND AAE
GROUNDS TO AMS
GROUND TERMINAL
NOTE: A USB port is concealed behind the label cover on the front panel. The USB
port is used to connect with a PC and provides a console connection to the AMS. A
microphone jack is also concealed behind the front panel’s label cover. This jack is
used to connect the microphone that is included with the available Crestron
Professional Surround Sound Tuning Kit. For more information, refer to the latest
version of the Crestron Professional Surround Sound Tuning Kit Operations Guide
(Doc. 6565) which can be downloaded from the Crestron website.
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Adagio Tuner Cards
Crestron Adagio® AMS
If optional Adagio tuner cards are installed, refer to the latest version of the
respective tuner card’s Installation Guide for information on connecting the required
antenna(s).
WARNING: Tuner cards must not be installed or removed when the AMS is
connected to AC power. Failure to disconnect AC power prior to installing or
removing tuning cards may damage the AMS or the tuner card(s).
NOTE: If using the AMS’ out-of-the-box functionality, only two tuner cards can be
installed. The tuner cards must be installed in slots 1 and 2.
Source input ports 1 and 2 are unavailable for other sources when a tuner card is
installed in slot 1. Source input ports 3 and 4 are unavailable for other sources when
a tuner card is installed in slot 2. Source input ports 5 and 6 are unavailable for other
sources when a tuner card is installed in slot 3.
When tuner cards are installed in an AMS that is connected to an AAE, loop-through
output ports 1 through 6 on the AMS are connected to source input ports 1 through 6
on the AAE.
AMS Control Devices
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Any combination of six AMS control devices such as the APAD or the C2N-DBF12
can be simultaneously connected to the powered NET ports located on the upper-left
side of the rear panel. An additional APAD can also be connected to a NET port for
control of the theater room. Refer to the following diagram and “Network Wiring”
on page 20 for wiring information when connecting either APAD devices or
C2N-DBF12 keypads.
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AMS with Control Devices
NOTE: The APAD and AMS front panel are the only control devices that can
control the theater room when using the out-of- the box functionality.
Theater Calibration
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The speakers in the theater room can be calibrated with the Crestron Professional
Surround Sound Tuning Kit to compensate for the interaction of the loudspeaker
with the room. For more information, refer to the Crestron Professional Surround
Sound Tuning Kit Operations Guide (Doc. 6565).
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Fuse Replacement
If the AMS does not power up when it is plugged into an AC outlet, the fuse may
need to be replaced. The fuse holder is located on bottom-right of the rear panel
(next to the power cord connector). To replace the fuse:
•
Press ALL OFF to turn off all of the outputs.
•
Disconnect power to the AMS.
•
Use a flat-head screwdriver to push in the fuse holder.
•
While pushing in the fuse holder, turn screwdriver counterclockwise until
the fuse holder pops out.
•
Remove the fuse from the fuse holder and insert a new fuse.
CAUTION: Only use the specified type of fuse when replacing a blown
fuse. Failure to do so may cause damage to the AMS.
AMS MODEL
Room & Function Button
Labels
REQUIRED FUSE TYPE
AMS
(US & Canada)
T10AH (¼” x 1¼”, 250V, 10A,
time-lag, high-rupture rated)
AMSI
(International/220-240 VAC)
T5AH (5mm x 20mm, 250V, 5A,
time-lag, high-rupture rated)
•
Insert the fuse holder into the AMS.
•
Push in the fuse holder with a flat head screwdriver. While pushing in the
fuse holder, turn the screwdriver clockwise until the fuse holder sinks in.
•
Push in the fuse holder a little further and turn the screwdriver clockwise
until the fuse holder locks in place.
•
Connect power to the AMS.
The AMS comes with three sets of pre-printed labels for the room and theater source
buttons. When using the out-of-the box functionality, choose one of the label sets
shown below. The appropriate label set must be used for the audio configuration that
was specified during the AMS setup procedure described on page 44.
Labels for Four-Room Distributed Audio
Left
Right
Labels for Five-Room Distributed Audio
Left
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Labels for Six-Room Distributed Audio
Left
Right
Adagio Composer or Crestron Engraver software can also be used to create and print
custom labels on overhead transparency film for the AMS’ room buttons and
function buttons.
NOTE: When printing custom labels, some experimentation may be required for
optimum results.
Custom-engraved labels can also be ordered from Crestron. Contact Crestron for
more information.
To remove the label:
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1.
Remove the label cover with a small, flat-head screwdriver. The label cover
is magnetically attached to the front panel of the Adagio component. The
label strip will be exposed.
2.
Insert the screwdriver behind the label strip as shown in the diagram below.
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3.
Continue sliding the screwdriver behind the label strip until the top of the
label strip slides out as shown in the following picture.
4.
Continue sliding the screwdriver until the entire top of the label strip is
visible. Remove the label strip by pulling the top of the label strip up from
the Adagio component as shown in the following picture.
To install the new label:
•
Engraved Label Cover: Place the engraved label cover over the label area of
the Adagio component until the label cover’s integrated magnets snap the
label cover into place.
•
Printed Label: Place the bottom of the label strip into the Adagio
component. Bend the label strip and position the top of the label strip into
the Adagio component. Replace the label cover over the new label strip.
NOTE: Observe proper orientation so the letters are right-side up.
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Configuration
After making all hardware connections to the AMS, the system must be configured
for operation.
Configuring the system is broken down into four processes:
•
Configure the AMS for Operation
•
Configure Sources
•
Configure Rooms
•
Configure Preset Groups
Configure the AMS for Operation
The AMS must be configured for operation prior to configuring sources, rooms, or
groups. Use the Installer Tools to configure the AMS for operation.
NOTE: If a custom program was created with Adagio Composer or SystemBuilder,
the following is not required.
Open Installer Tools
•
Press and hold the ROOM and SOURCE buttons for 10 seconds to open
the Installer Tools menu.
Installer Tools Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Installer Tools
Select Tuner Format
Configure Network
Configure Theater
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Scroll through the list of available options using the selection knob. The
selected option will be underlined. Available options are:
⇒ Select Tuner Format – Specifies the North American or European
tuning format when using a tuner card.
⇒ Configure Network – Configures the AMS to communicate with
devices that are connected to the AMS over Ethernet.
⇒ Configure Theater – Configures the layout and function of the
theater room.
⇒ Configure Distributed Audio - Sets the number of rooms to
receive distributed audio from the AMS, allows custom naming of
rooms connected to the AMS, allows custom naming of audio
sources connected to the AMS, hides sources from the list of
available sources, configures 12-button keypads, and restores
default settings for distributed audio functions.
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⇒ Identify Keypads – Registers APAD devices and C2N-DBF12
keypads that are connected to the system.
⇒ Load APADs – Programs all connected APAD devices to work
with the AMS.
⇒ About – Provides information about the AMS such as IP data,
firmware version, and program information.
To configure the selected option, press the ENTER button.
To exit Installer Tools and save changes to the AMS’ configuration, press
the MENU button.
Select Tuner Format
Select the tuning format to specify the tuning method used by an installed AM/FM
tuner. When using the North American tuner format, the tuner will tune FM
frequencies in 100 kHz steps and AM frequencies in 10 kHz steps. When using the
European tuner format, the tuner will tune FM frequencies in 50 kHz steps and AM
frequencies in 9 kHz steps.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Select Tuner Format,
and press the ENTER button
Select Tuner Format Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Select Tuner Format
North American
European
MENU
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
•
Use the selection knob to select a tuner format. To cancel and return to the
Installer Tools menu, press the MENU button.
•
To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Installer Tools
menu.
Configure the Network
The AMS must be configured to recognize devices that communicate over Ethernet
(i.e. AAS, CEN-IDOC).
•
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Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Network,
and press the ENTER button.
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Configure Network
SOURCE
Configure Network
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
SURRND
Do you want to install
a CEN-IDOC in your
system?
Yes
No
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
To install a CEN-IDOC, press the soft button labeled Yes and follow the
instructions onscreen. Otherwise, press the soft button labeled No. The
name of the CEN-IDOC will be used in place of “Source 5” in the list of
sources.
After installing the CEN-IDOC, there will be a prompt asking to assign the
CEN-IDOC to a theater source. Press the soft button labeled Yes to accept
the source assignment or press the soft button labeled No to skip the source
assignment. A source assignment can be chosen while configuring the
theater. Refer to “Configure the Theater” below for more information.
•
To install an AAS, press the soft button labeled Yes and follow the
instructions onscreen. Otherwise, press the soft button labeled No. The
source names will be renamed as follows:
⇒ Source 7 becomes “Server 1” 1,2
⇒ Source 8 becomes “Server 2”1,2
⇒ Source 9 becomes “Server 3”2
⇒ Source 10 becomes “Server 4”2
1: AAS-2 model
2: AAS-4 model
NOTE: When installing an AAS, only one AAS can be present on the
network.
After installing the AAS, there will be a prompt asking to assign the outputs
of the AAS to theater sources. Press the soft button labeled Yes to accept
the presented source assignments or press the soft button labeled No to skip
the source assignment. A source assignment can be chosen while
configuring the theater. Refer to “Configure the Theater” below for more
information.
•
Press MENU to return to the Installer Tools menu.
Configure the Theater
The theater room must be configured to match the theater’s speaker arrangement and
to designate sources for each theater function. This is done through the Configure
Theater menu.
•
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Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
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Configure Theater Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Configure Theater
SURRND
Audio Configuration
Subwoofer
Front Channel Speaker
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Audio Configuration
MORE
•
Select Audio Configuration and press ENTER to set the theater room’s
speaker configuration.
•
Select Subwoofer and press ENTER to open controls for enabling and
disabling the subwoofer output.
•
Select Front Center Speaker and press ENTER to open controls for
enabling and disabling the front center speaker output.
•
Select Inputs and press ENTER to open controls for configuring each
theater function.
•
Select Restore Defaults to return the theater configuration to the default
settings.
•
Press MENU to return to the Installer Tools menu.
Set the correct speaker configuration for the theater room and rooms receiving
distributed audio.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Audio Configuration and press the
ENTER button.
Audio Configuration List
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Audio Configuration
7.1 + 4 Stereo Rooms
6.1 + 4 Stereo Rooms
6.1 + 4 Stereo and 1 Mono
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Turn the selection knob to select the desired audio configuration. A
description of each audio configuration and its required speaker connections
begins on page 20. To cancel and return to the Configure Theater menu,
press MENU.
NOTE: If the pre-printed labels are to be used, select the proper label strips
as described on page 38.
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NOTE: Additional rooms that receive distributed audio from an AMS are
configured on page 49. Additional rooms that receive distributed audio from
an AAE are configured on page 49.
•
Subwoofer
To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Configure Theater
menu.
Enable or disable the subwoofer output from the Subwoofer controls.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Subwoofer and press the ENTER button
to open the Subwoofer control.
Subwoofer Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Subwoofer
SURRND
Disabled
Enabled
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
Front Center Speaker
MORE
•
Turn the selection knob to select Enabled or Disabled to enable or disable
the subwoofer output. To cancel and return to the Configure Theater menu,
press MENU.
•
To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Configure Theater
menu.
Enable or disable the front center speaker output from the Front Center Speaker
controls.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Front Center Speaker and press the
ENTER button to open the Front Center Speaker control.
Front Center Speaker Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Disabled
Enabled
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
•
Turn the selection knob to select Enabled or Disabled to enable or disable
the front center speaker output. To cancel and return to the Configure
Theater menu, press MENU.
•
To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Configure Theater
menu.
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Inputs
Sources in the theater are selected from any one of 27 “virtual” theater inputs. A
virtual theater input is a combination of video and audio inputs. A virtual theater
input can also be configured as “video only” (no audio component), or “audio only”
(no video component). Each virtual theater input is assigned a number that is shown
in the list of virtual inputs. The numbers do not correspond to any of the input
numbers labeled on the back of the AMS. For example, Virtual Theater Input 3 can
be configured as a source named “DVD”, receives audio from “Digital Input 2” and
component video from the “Component 6” input.
Virtual theater inputs 1 through 6 are assigned to the theater source buttons.
Depending on the audio configuration specified on page 44, up to six of the theater
source buttons may be used to select a virtual theater input.
To configure a virtual theater input:
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Inputs and press the ENTER button to
open the Inputs control.
Inputs Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Inputs
1. Movies
2. TV
3. Music
MENU
•
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Turn the selection knob to select a virtual theater input and press the
ENTER button. The settings for the selected virtual theater input will be
displayed.
Theater Function Settings
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Configure Input 1
Audio: Multi-Channel
Video: Component 1
Name: Movies
MENU
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
⇒ Set the Audio Source:
™ Turn the selection knob to select Audio and press the ENTER
button. The current setting will be bracketed as shown in the
following diagram.
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Select Audio Source for Theater Function
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Select Audio Source
Audio: [Multi-Channel]
Video: Component 1
Name: Movies
MENU
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to select the audio source to be used
and press the ENTER button. To cancel, press the MENU
button.
⇒ Set the Video Source:
™ Turn the selection knob to select Video and press the ENTER
button. The current setting will be bracketed as shown in the
following diagram.
Select Video Source for Theater Function
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Select Video Source
Audio: Multi-Channel
Video: [Component 1]
Name: Movies
MENU
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to select the video source to be used
and press the ENTER button. To cancel, press the MENU
button.
NOTE: The selected source will be routed to the
corresponding output(s). For example, selecting, composite
input 1 will route the video signal to composite outputs 1 and
2.
⇒ Name the virtual theater input:
™ Turn the selection knob to select Name and press the ENTER
button. A cursor will appear next to the current name and
controls for changing the name will also be displayed. To
cancel, press the MENU button.
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Enter Name of Virtual Theater Input
SOURCE
Enter Input 1 Name
SURRND
Audio: Multi-Channel
Video: [Component 1]
Name: Movies
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Del
<
>
THEATER
DISPLAY
Done
MORE
™ Select letters (upper and lower-case), numbers, or other
characters by turning the selection knob until the desired
letter, number, or other character is displayed on the LCD.
Move the cursor to another position by pressing the soft
buttons labeled g and h. To delete a character, press the soft
button marked Del.
NOTE: The maximum length for any virtual theater input
name is 16 characters.
™ After entering the new name, press Done to save the name and
return to the list of sources.
Restore Defaults
•
Once all of the parameters have been set, press the MENU button to return
to the list of virtual theater inputs.
•
Repeat the previous steps for each virtual theater input.
The theater configuration can be restored to its default factory settings from the front
panel.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Theater,
and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Restore Defaults and press the ENTER
button to open the Restore Defaults control.
Restore Defaults Warning
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Restore Defaults
SURRND
All Theater
source and audio settings
will be reset. Continue?
Yes
No
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Press the soft button labeled Yes to proceed and restore the default settings
or press No to cancel.
Configure Distributed Audio
The AMS must be configured for distributing audio to connected rooms. This is done
through the Distributed Audio menu.
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Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
Distributed Audio Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Distributed Audio
SURRND
Set Number of AMS Rooms
Set Number of AAE Rooms
Name AMS Rooms
MENU
Set the Number of AMS
Rooms
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Set the number of rooms that will be connected to the AMS so the front panel does
not display unused rooms during configuration and operation.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Set Number of AMS Rooms, and press
the ENTER button.
Set the Number of AMS Rooms
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Number of AMS Rooms
Select the number of
Rooms that you will
be using on the AMS: 6
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Use the selection knob to select the number of rooms that will be connected
to the AMS. To cancel and return to the Installer Tools menu, press MENU.
NOTE: The number of available rooms is limited by the theater
configuration specified on page 44.
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Set the Number of AAE
Rooms
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To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Distributed Audio
menu.
Set the number of rooms that will be connected to the AMS through an AAE so the
front panel does not display unused rooms during configuration and operation.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Set Number of AAE Rooms, and press
the ENTER button.
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Set the Number of AAE Rooms
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Number of AAE Rooms
Select the number of
Rooms that you will
be using on the AAE: 6
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Name AMS Rooms
SURRND
MORE
•
Use the selection knob to select the number of rooms that will be connected
to the AMS through an AAE. To cancel and return to the Installer Tools
menu, press MENU.
•
To confirm, press the ENTER button and return to the Distributed Audio
menu.
This screen allows you to customize the displayed name of rooms connected to the
AMS.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Name AMS Rooms, and press the
ENTER button.
Select AMS Room to Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Name AMS Rooms
SURRND
1: AMS Rm 1
2: AMS Rm 2
3: AMS Rm 3
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Edit
MORE
•
Turn the selection knob to select the room to be named and press the soft
button labeled Edit (or press the ENTER button). To cancel and return to
the Installer Tools menu, press MENU.
•
To use one of the factory-installed names, turn the selection knob clockwise
or counterclockwise to display the desired room name and press ENTER.
•
To enter a custom name, turn the selection knob until [Custom Name] is
displayed and press ENTER.
Edit Room Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Enter AMS Rm 1 Nam
SURRND
1: AMS Rm 1
2: AMS Rm 2
3: AMS Rm 3
Del
<
THEATER
DISPLAY
>
Done
MORE
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⇒ Select letters (upper and lower-case), numbers, or other characters by
turning the selection knob until the desired letter, number, or other
character is displayed on the LCD. Move the cursor to another position
by pressing the soft buttons labeled g and h. To delete a character,
press the soft button marked Del.
NOTE: The maximum length for any room name is 16 characters.
⇒ After entering the new room name, press Done to save the name and
return to the list of room names.
•
Name AAE Rooms
Rename other rooms if desired. If all of the rooms have been
named/renamed, press MENU to return to the Distributed Audio menu.
This screen allows you to customize the displayed name of rooms connected to an
AMS through an AAE.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Name AAE Rooms, and press the
ENTER button.
Select AAE Room to Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Name AAE Rooms
SURRND
1: AAE Rm 1
2: AAE Rm 2
3: AAE Rm 3
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Edit
MORE
Turn the selection knob to select the room to be named and press the soft
button labeled Edit (or press the ENTER button). To cancel and return to
the Installer Tools menu, press MENU.
•
To use one of the factory-installed names, turn the selection knob clockwise
or counterclockwise to display the desired room name and press ENTER.
•
To enter a custom name, turn the selection knob until [Custom Name] is
displayed and press ENTER.
Edit Room Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Enter AAE Rm 1 Nam
SURRND
1: AAE Rm 1
2: AAE Rm 2
3: AAE Rm 3
Del
<
THEATER
DISPLAY
>
Done
MORE
⇒ Select letters (upper and lower-case), numbers, or other characters by
turning the selection knob until the desired letter, number, or other
character is displayed on the LCD. Move the cursor to another position
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by pressing the soft buttons labeled g and h. To delete a character,
press the soft button marked Del.
NOTE: The maximum length for any room name is 16 characters.
⇒ After entering the new room name, press Done to save the name and
return to the list of room names.
•
Set AAE Theater Source
Rename other rooms if desired. If all of the rooms have been
named/renamed, press MENU to return to the Distributed Audio menu.
So rooms connected to the AAE can receive the theater downmix, an analog audio
input on the AAE must be designated to receive the theater downmix from the AMS.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Set AAE Theater Source, and press the
ENTER button.
Set AAE Theater Source
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Set AAE Theater Source
Select the input to use for
the theater downmix input on the
AAE: 6
MENU
•
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Turn the selection knob to display the AAE input to use and press the
ENTER button.
NOTE: The default setting is input number 6 since the input is not used by the tuner
cards, CEN-IDOC, or AAS.
Name Sources
This screen allows you to customize the name of each of the analog sources that are
displayed on the LCD.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Name Sources, and press the ENTER
button.
Select Source to Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Select Source to Name
1: S1 AM/FM
2: S1 XM
3: Source 3
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
Edit
MORE
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•
Turn the selection knob to select the source to be named and press the soft
button labeled Edit (or press the ENTER button). To cancel and return to
the Installer Tools menu, press MENU.
NOTE: If a source is designated as the AAE theater source, it cannot be
renamed.
•
To use one of the factory-installed names, turn the selection knob clockwise
or counterclockwise to display the desired source name and press ENTER.
•
To enter a custom name, turn the selection knob until [Custom Name] is
displayed and press ENTER.
Edit Source Name
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Enter Name for Src. 1
SURRND
1: S1 AM/FM
2: S1 XM
3: Source 3
MENU
Del
<
THEATER
DISPLAY
>
Done
MORE
⇒ Select letters (upper and lower-case), numbers, or other characters by
turning the selection knob until the desired letter, number, or other
character is displayed on the LCD. Move the cursor to another position
by pressing the soft buttons labeled g and h. To delete a character,
press the soft button marked Del.
NOTE: The maximum length for any source name is 16 characters.
⇒ After entering the new source name, press Done to save the name and
return to the list of sources.
•
Hide Sources
Rename other sources if desired. If all of the sources have been
named/renamed, press MENU to return to the Distributed Audio menu.
This screen allows you to hide sources from the list of available sources. This screen
also allows you to reveal sources that were previously hidden.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Hide Sources, and press the ENTER
button.
Hide Sources
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Hide Sources
SURRND
1: S1 AM/FM
2: S1 XM
3: S2 AM/FM
THEATER
DISPLAY
Hide
Show
MORE
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NOTE: The source that is designated as the AAE theater source is
automatically hidden, it cannot be unhidden.
Configure Keypads
•
To hide a source, turn the selection knob to select the source to be hidden
and press the soft button labeled Hide. Hidden sources are indicated with an
asterisk (*). After all of the sources to be hidden are designated as such,
press MENU to return to the Distributed Audio menu.
•
To make a source visible, turn the selection knob to select the source to be
made visible and press the soft button labeled Show. After all of the sources
to be shown are designated as such, press MENU to return to the
Distributed Audio menu.
This screen allows you to assign sources to the top six keys of a C2N-DBF12
keypad. The source assignment is applied to every C2N-DBF12 keypad that is
connected to the system. The functions of the bottom six keys cannot be changed
when using the out-of-the-box program.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Configure Keypads, and press the
ENTER button.
Select Button To Map
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Select Button To Map
MENU
•
SURRND
Btn1: S1 AM/FM
Btn2: S1 XM
Btn3: Source 3
THEATER
DISPLAY
Edit
MORE
Turn the selection knob to select the button to be mapped and press the
ENTER button or the soft button labeled Edit. To cancel and return to the
Installer Tools menu, press MENU.
Select Source for Button and Button Layout
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Select Src. For Button 1
Btn1: [S1 AM/FM]
Btn2: S1 XM
Btn3: Source 3
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
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BUTTON 1
BUTTON 2
BUTTON 3
BUTTON 4
BUTTON 5
BUTTON 6
•
Select the source for the button by turning the selection knob until the
desired source is displayed on the LCD. If a button is not to be used, select
Not Used.
•
After selecting the source, press the ENTER button to save the assignment
and return to the list of buttons.
•
Assign other buttons if desired. If all of the buttons have been
assigned/reassigned, press MENU to return to the Distributed Audio menu.
The AMS can be restored to its default factory settings from the front panel. All
settings that have been made with Installer Tools, as well as room and source audio
settings will be reset to their factory defaults.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Configure Distributed
Audio, and press the ENTER button.
•
Turn the selection knob to select Restore Defaults, and press the ENTER
button.
Restore Defaults Warning
SOURCE
Restore Defaults:
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
SURRND
All Audio Distribution
source and audio settings
will be reset. Continue?
Yes
No
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Press the soft button labeled Yes to proceed and restore the default settings
or press No to cancel.
Identify Keypads
This screen allows you to identify keypads and APAD devices that are connected to
the AMS.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Identify Keypads, and
press the ENTER button.
NOTE: Any attached AAE will automatically be identified by the AMS
during this step.
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Identify Keypads Warning
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Identify Keypads
SURRND
Warning: All keypads will
need to be re-identified
Continue?
Yes
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
No
•
Press the soft button labeled Yes to proceed and clear previously stored
keypad identification data or press No to cancel.
•
The keypad for the theater is the first to be identified to the AMS.
NOTE: When using the out-of-the-box functionality, the theater room can
only use an APAD or the front panel for control as shown in the following
diagram.
Select Keypad Type for Theater
SOURCE
Identify Keypads
Select keypad type
for Theater
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
APAD
None
MORE
Press the appropriate soft button to select the control device type (APAD or
None) for the theater. If there is no control device for that room, press the
soft button labeled None.
NOTE: If None is selected, the theater room can only be controlled from
the front panel of the AMS.
•
Follow the onscreen instructions for identifying the device. After the
keypad for the theater has been identified, the AMS will continue the
identification process for the other rooms.
Select Keypad Type
SOURCE
Identify Keypads
Select keypad type
for Room 1
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
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SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
APAD
12But
None
MORE
Press the appropriate soft button to select the control device type (APAD or
keypad) for the first room controlled by the AMS (Room Output 1). If there
is no control device for that room, press the soft button labeled None.
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•
Follow the onscreen instructions for identifying the device. After
identifying the device, the AMS will prompt for the next room’s control
device.
NOTE: If a device is not identified within two minutes, the AMS will
indicate that the keypad was not found. Try again by pressing the soft
button labeled Yes or cancel the process by selecting the soft button labeled
Abort.
•
Repeat the procedure until control devices for all of the specified rooms
(refer to page 49) have been identified.
•
Press MENU to return to the Installer Tools menu.
Load APADs
APAD devices may need to be programmed to work with the AMS. If a connected
APAD does not display controls for the AMS, perform the following:
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select Load APADs, and
press the ENTER button.
Load APADs Warning
SOURCE
Warning:
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
SURRND
All APADs will be
loaded with default
functionality. Continue?
Yes
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
No
Press the soft button labeled Yes to proceed and load the required files to
connected APADs or press No to cancel.
About
This screen allows you to view information about the AMS.
•
Open Installer Tools as described on page 41, select About, and press the
ENTER button. The IP address, IP mask, and Hostname of the AMS are
displayed on the LCD.
About
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
System Information
SURRND
Addr: 195.168.121.248
Mask: 255.255.255.0
Hostname: AMS-00107B050025
MENU
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THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
•
Turn the selection knob to display additional information.
•
Press MENU to return to the Installer Tools menu.
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Configure Sources
The gain of each analog source and the theater downmix can be customized from the
AMS control panel.
To adjust a source’s gain:
•
Select a source to adjust by pressing SOURCE and using the selection
knob to select a source.
•
Press and hold the SOURCE and MORE buttons at the same time to open
the Gain control. The soft button labels will change to show the available
control option.
Source Setup Menu
iPod
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
Gain 0dB
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Reset
MENU
MORE
•
Adjust the gain level with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to raise the
gain level or counterclockwise to lower the gain level. Press the soft button
labeled Reset to set the gain level to 0dB.
•
Press MENU to exit.
Configure Rooms
The sound quality, minimum volume, maximum volume and startup volume settings,
of each room can be customized from the AMS control panel.
Access the Room Setup
Mode
•
Select a room to configure by pressing a room button. Alternatively, press
ROOM and select the room with the selection knob.
•
Press and hold the ROOM and MORE buttons at the same time for
approximately five seconds to open the Room Setup menu. The soft button
labels will change to show the available control options.
Room Setup Menu
Room 3
SOURCE
Select Parameter
to Adjust
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
SURRND
MinV
MaxV
StartV
THEATER
DISPLAY
Mono
MORE
Parameters that can be adjusted include:
⇒ Minimum Volume
⇒ Maximum Volume
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⇒ Startup Volume
⇒ Mono/Stereo
Adjustments for Bass, Treble, Balance, and Loudness are made while in the
Room mode as described on page 92.
Adjust the Minimum Volume
The minimum volume establishes the lowest volume level setting for a room. The
minimum volume settings of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
Access the Room Setup mode as described on page 58.
•
Press the soft button labeled MinV to open the Minimum Volume control.
Minimum Volume Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Min Volume 50%
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Reset
MENU
•
MORE
Adjust the minimum volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to
raise the minimum volume or counterclockwise to lower the minimum
volume. The highest minimum volume setting is 50%. Press the soft button
labeled Reset to set the volume level to 5%.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
Adjust the Maximum Volume
Press MENU to return to the Room Setup menu.
The maximum volume establishes the highest volume level setting for a room. The
maximum volume settings of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
Access the Room Setup mode as described on page 58.
•
Press the soft button labeled MaxV to open the Maximum Volume control.
Maximum Volume Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Max Volume 70%
HOUSE
MENU
•
DISPLAY
Reset
MORE
Adjust the maximum volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to
raise the maximum volume or counterclockwise to lower the maximum
volume. The lowest maximum volume setting is 70%. Press the soft button
labeled Reset to set the volume level to 100%.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
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•
Adjust the Startup Volume
Press MENU to return to the Room Setup menu.
The startup volume establishes the volume level setting for a room when a room is
turned on. The startup volume settings of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
Access the Room Setup mode as described on page 58.
•
Press the soft button labeled StartV to open the Startup Volume control.
Startup Volume Control
Room 3
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
Startup Volume 50%
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Reset
MENU
•
MORE
Adjust the startup volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to raise
the startup volume or counterclockwise to lower the startup volume. The
maximum startup volume setting is 50%. Press the soft button labeled
Reset to set the volume level to 30%.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
Set Mono or Stereo Mode
Press MENU to return to the Room Setup menu.
The audio sent to the speakers in each room can be set for either stereo or mono.
When set to stereo, the audio signal is separated into left and right channels for
distribution to left and right speakers. When set to mono, the audio signal is
combined into one signal for use in larger rooms where stereo separation is not
practical. The mono/stereo settings of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
Access the Room Setup mode as described on page 58.
•
Press the soft button labeled Mono to open the Stereo/Mono control.
Stereo/Mono Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Stereo/Mono
HOUSE
MENU
•
DISPLAY
Stereo
Mono
MORE
The selected mode is underlined on the lower-right side of the LCD. Press
the soft button labeled Stereo to select the Stereo mode. Press the soft
button labeled Mono to select the Mono mode.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
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Press MENU to return to the Room Setup menu.
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Configure Theater
The sound quality, minimum volume, maximum volume and startup volume settings,
of the theater can be customized from the AMS control panel.
Access the Theater Setup
Menu
•
Press the THEATER button to select the theater.
•
Press the THEATER and MORE buttons at the same time to open the
Theater Setup menu. The soft button labels will change to show the
available control options.
Theater Setup Menu
Theater
SOURCE
Select Parameter
to Adjust
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
SURRND
MinV
MaxV
THEATER
DISPLAY
StartV
MORE
Parameters that can be adjusted include:
⇒ Minimum Volume
⇒ Maximum Volume
⇒ Startup Volume
Adjustments for Bass, Treble, Balance, and Loudness are made while in the Theater
mode as described on page 65.
Adjust the Minimum Volume
The minimum volume establishes the lowest volume level setting for the theater.
•
Access the Theater Setup menu as described on page 61.
•
Press the soft button labeled MinV to open the Minimum Volume control.
Minimum Volume Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Theater
SURRND
THEATER
Min Volume 30%
HOUSE
MENU
Adjust the Maximum Volume
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DISPLAY
Reset
MORE
•
Adjust the minimum volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to
raise the minimum volume or counterclockwise to lower the minimum
volume. The highest minimum volume setting is 50%. Press the soft button
labeled Reset to set the volume level to 5%.
•
Press MENU to return to the Theater Setup menu.
The maximum volume establishes the highest volume level setting for the theater.
•
Access the Theater Setup menu as described on page 61.
•
Press the soft button labeled MaxV to open the Maximum Volume control.
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Maximum Volume Control
Theater
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
Max Volume 70%
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Reset
MENU
Adjust the Startup Volume
MORE
•
Adjust the maximum volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to
raise the maximum volume or counterclockwise to lower the maximum
volume. The lowest maximum volume setting is 70%. Press the soft button
labeled Reset to set the volume level to 100%.
•
Press MENU to return to the Theater Setup menu.
The startup volume establishes the volume level setting for the theater when the
theater is turned on.
•
Access the Theater Setup menu as described on page 61.
•
Press the soft button labeled StartV to open the Startup Volume control.
Startup Volume Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Theater
SURRND
THEATER
Startup Volume 50%
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
Reset
MORE
•
Adjust the startup volume with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to raise
the startup volume or counterclockwise to lower the startup volume. The
maximum startup volume setting is 50%. Press the soft button labeled
Reset to set the volume level to 30%.
•
Press MENU to return to the Theater Setup menu.
Configure Preset Groups
Preset groups can be created to group speakers in adjacent rooms with a specified
source, or switch into a whole-house “party” mode, by letting the user link a source
with any number of rooms. Changing the source in any one room changes the source
in all of the rooms in the preset group.
Edit a Preset Group
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To edit a preset group:
•
Press the ROOM button to enter the Room mode.
•
Press the MORE button.
•
Press the soft button labeled Groups to display the list of groups.
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Groups Listing
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Groups
SURRND
Party
Dine
Read
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Setup
MORE
Active groups are indicated with an asterisk (*).
•
Turn the selection knob to highlight the group to be configured and press
the soft button labeled Setup. The Edit Group control will be displayed.
Edit Group Control
Edit Group 3
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
SURRND
Source: No Source Selected
Name: Read
Theater: Not Included
Source
Name
Theater
THEATER
DISPLAY
Done
MORE
•
Select the rooms in the preset group by pressing the corresponding room
buttons on the AES or AAE (if connected). Each room button’s LED will
turn on. Press again to remove the room from the preset group. The room
button’s LED will turn off.
•
Select a source for the preset group by pressing the soft button labeled
Source. Turn the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise until the
desired source is displayed on the LCD and press the soft button labeled
Done.
•
Press the soft button labeled Name to change the name of the preset group.
The group name controls will be displayed. Select letters (upper and lowercase) by turning the selection knob until the desired letter is displayed.
Move the cursor to another position by pressing the soft buttons labeled g
and h. To delete a character, press the soft button labeled Del.
NOTE: The maximum length for any preset group name is 16 characters.
Edit Group Name Controls
Edit Group 3
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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SURRND
Source: No Source Selected
Name: Read
Theater: Not Included
Del
<
>
THEATER
DISPLAY
Done
MORE
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After editing the group name, press Done to save the name and return to the
Edit Group Controls
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The theater room can be included in the group or excluded. To set the
theater room’s inclusion, press the soft button labeled Theater.
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After editing the preset group, press Done to save the changes and return to
the Groups listing.
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Operation
Prior to using this section, refer to the QuickStart Guide (Doc. 6510) that is included
with the AMS.
For instructions on using the APAD and the C2N-DBF12 with the AMS refer to the
latest version of the Out-Of-The-Box Functionality Guide (Doc. 6493).
Operating the AMS is broken down into seven primary functions:
Function
Page
Theater Mode
65
Source Mode
69
Room Mode
92
Party Mode
95
Locking and Unlocking the Front Panel Controls
96
Turn Off the Theater
96
Turn Off the System
96
Theater Mode
The Theater mode is used to view and/or listen to video and audio sources in the
theater room.
Activate the Theater Mode
To activate the Theater mode, press any of the Theater Source buttons.
Alternatively, you can press the THEATER button.
When in the Theater mode, the theater source can be selected. Adjustments to the
front-panel-display backlight, Surround Sound mode, theater tools, groups, and sleep
timer can also be made.
Select the Theater Source
There are two methods to selecting a theater source:
•
Press a Theater Source button.
•
Press the THEATER button and select a source.
Theater Mode
SOURCE
Theater
SURRND
No Source Selected
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
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Source
Bklt
On
MORE
To select a source, turn the selection knob until the desired source is
displayed on the front panel and press the ENTER button.
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Surround Sound
If a theater source receives audio from any of the analog stereo inputs, surround
sound processing can be applied to the incoming audio signal. To select a Surround
Sound mode:
•
Press the SURRND button. The currently selected Surround Sound mode
will be displayed.
Select Surround Mode
SOURCE
Theater
SURRND
Music
ROOM
THEATER
Stereo
HOUSE
MENU
•
DISPLAY
Source
Bklt
Off
MORE
Turn the selection knob until the desired Surround Sound mode is
displayed.
⇒ Automatic – The AMS will automatically select the Surround
Sound mode based on the selected input.
⇒ Stereo – Sound is processed into left and right front channels.
⇒ Dolby PLII(x) Movie – This setting is for use with VCRs,
television shows, and all programs encoded in Dolby Surround.
The result is an enhanced soundfield that approaches the quality of
discrete 7.1-channel sound.
⇒ Dolby PLII(x) Music – This setting is for use with any stereo
music recordings, and provides a wide and deep sound space.
⇒ DTS Neo:6 Cinema – This setting is optimum for playing movies.
Decoding is performed with emphasis on separation performance
to achieve the same atmosphere with 2-channel sources as with
6.1-channel sources. This setting is effective for playing sources
recorded in conventional surround formats as well, because the inphase component is assigned mainly to the center channel and the
reversed phase component to the surround (left, right, and back)
channels.
⇒ DTS Neo:6 Music – This setting is suited mainly for playing
music. The front (left and right) channel signals bypass the decoder
and are played directly, so there is no loss of sound quality, and the
effect of the surround signals output from the center and the
surround (left, right, and back) channels add a natural sense of
expansion to the sound field.
⇒ 2 Channel Surround – This setting is used to play stereo source
material in its pure unprocessed form. The signal is steered to the
surround speakers.
⇒ 2-Channel-Rear – This setting is used to play stereo source
material in its pure unprocessed form. The signal is steered to the
rear speakers.
⇒ Multi-Channel Stereo – Steers the left and right audio signals to
all of the theater speakers.
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⇒ Cathedral – This setting recreates the sound field of a stone
church.
⇒ Hall – This setting recreates the sound field of a concert hall.
⇒ Stadium – This setting recreates the sound field of a large open-air
stadium.
⇒ Jazz Club – This setting recreates the sound field of a concert in a
club with low ceilings, hard walls, and the artist in front of the
listening area.
•
Adjust the Backlighting
Press the ENTER button to select the displayed Surround Sound mode.
The backlighting level of the display and buttons can be set when operating in the
Theater mode. The display can also be set to automatically dim the display to the
lowest setting after approximately 30 seconds of inactivity.
To adjust the backlighting level press the soft button labeled Bklt to open the
Backlight controls.
Backlight Controls
Theater
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
Select Backlight Level
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
High
Med
Low
Auto
MORE
The current settings are underlined.
Theater Tools
•
Press the soft button labeled High to set the backlighting to the highest
brightness setting.
•
Press the soft button labeled Med to set the backlighting to the medium
brightness setting.
•
Press the soft button labeled Low to set the backlighting to the lowest
brightness setting.
•
To turn the automatic dimming feature on or off, press the soft button
labeled Auto. Automatic dimming is enabled when the word Auto is
underlined.
•
Press MENU to return to the previous screen.
Theater tools allow for the adjustment of bass and treble levels, and enabling
Audyssey processing.
To open Theater tools:
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Press the MORE button to view additional theater controls. To return to the
main theater controls, press the MORE button again.
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Additional Theater Controls
Theater
SOURCE
SURRND
Select Parameter to Adjust
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
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Bass
Treble
MORE
Audssy
Press a soft button to select the adjustment to be made. The current setting
is displayed or underlined. To cancel, press MENU.
⇒ Bass – Adjusts the bass level of the theater room. The bass level is
adjustable from –12 dB to 12 dB.
Theater Bass Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Theater
SURRND
Bass 0 dB
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
Flat
MORE
Adjust the bass level with the selection knob and press the
ENTER button. Turn clockwise to raise the bass level or
counterclockwise to lower the bass level. Press the soft button
labeled Flat to set the bass level to 0dB.
⇒ Treble – Adjusts the treble level of the theater room. The treble
level is adjustable from –12 dB to 12 dB.
Theater Treble Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Theater
SURRND
Treble 0 dB
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
Flat
MORE
Adjust the treble level with the selection knob and press the
ENTER button. Turn clockwise to raise the treble level or
counterclockwise to lower the treble level. Press the soft button
labeled Flat to set the treble level to 0dB.
⇒ Audssy – Enables or disables Audyssey processing. For
information on configuring Audyssey, refer to “Configuring the
AMS” on page 98.
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Audyssey Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Theater
SURRND
Audyssey
Configuration
ON
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
OFF
Press the soft button labeled ON to turn on Audyssey processing.
Press the soft button labeled OFF to turn off Audyssey processing.
Press the MENU button to save changes and return to the theater
tools.
•
Press MENU to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Source Mode
Source mode is used to select and control sources that are connected to the AMS. A
selected source can also be routed to any room or rooms connected to the AMS or a
connected AAE.
Select a Source
To select a source:
•
Press SOURCE to put the AMS in Source mode. The last source selected
by the selection knob is displayed on the LCD.
Source Mode
S1 AM/FM Tuner
SOURCE
SURRND
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
Control
MORE
•
Turn the selection knob until the desired source is displayed on the LCD.
Rooms that are connected to the displayed source are indicated on the room
buttons.
•
Press the ENTER button (or the soft button labeled Control if it is a device
that can be controlled by the AMS) to select and control the source.
When using the out-of-the-box functionality, the AMS can control tuner cards
installed in slots 1 and 2, an iPod connected to a CEN-IDOC, and an AAS (when
connected).
Controlling a Tuner
A tuner card installed in either slot one or two can be controlled by the AMS front
panel.
The following assumes that a tuner card has been installed in slot one or two (or
both) as described in the tuner card’s guide.
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Find the Tuner Controls
•
Place the AMS in the Source mode (refer to “Select a Source” on page 69).
•
Turn the selection knob to the desired tuner source (sources 1 and 2 for a
tuner card installed in slot one, sources 3 and 4 for a tuner card installed in
slot two). The frequency/channel and other information will be displayed.
FM Radio Source
S1 AM/FM
SOURCE
SURRND
101.90 FM
Stereo
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
MORE
Control
XM Radio Source
S1 XM
SOURCE
SURRND
The 40's
Linda
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
MORE
Control
SIRIUS Radio Source
S1 SIRIUS
SOURCE
SURRND
Elvis Radio
All Shook Up
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
•
Control the AM/FM Tuner
DISPLAY
MORE
Control
Press the soft button labeled Control or press ENTER to open the tuner
controls.
The AM/FM tuner controls allow access to the AM/FM tuner functions. The tuner
controls can recall and store presets, tune and scan stations on the frequency band, or
change frequency bands (AM or FM).
AM/FM Controls
SOURCE
101.90 FM
Stereo
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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SURRND
THEATER
S1 AM/FM
Preset
Manual
DISPLAY
Tech
MORE
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Presets:
Use presets to recall and store favorite stations.
⇒ To recall a preset:
™ Press the soft button labeled Preset.
Preset Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
FM Presets
SURRND
1. 95.50
2. 104.30
3. 101.10
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Save
MORE
™ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
ENTER button.
⇒ To store a preset:
™ Tune the desired station using the Manual tuning mode.
™ Press the soft button labeled Preset.
Preset Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
FM Presets
SURRND
1. 95.50
2. 104.30
3. 101.10
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Save
MORE
™ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
soft button labeled Save.
Replace Preset Prompt
SOURCE
ROOM
Replace preset with...
100.50 FM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
SURRND
DISPLAY
OK
Cancel
MORE
™ Press the soft button labeled OK to confirm or the soft button
labeled Cancel to cancel.
•
Manual Mode:
Press the soft button labeled Manual to operate in the Manual mode.
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Manual Mode
SOURCE
101.90 FM
Stereo
SURRND
ROOM
HOUSE
THEATER
S1 AM/FM
MENU
DISPLAY
D
C
MORE
Band
When operating in Manual mode, the tuner can be manually tuned or it can
scan each clear frequency for five seconds before seeking the next clear
frequency. When in Manual mode, the frequency band can also be changed.
⇒ Manual Tuning:
Turn the selection knob clockwise to manually increase the
frequency; or turn counterclockwise to manually decrease the
frequency.
⇒ Scanning:
™ Press the soft button labeled C to start a scan that increases in
frequency; or press the soft button labeled D to start a scan
that decreases in frequency to the next clear frequency.
™ Stop the scan by pressing either of the scan control buttons.
The scan automatically stops when the tuner reaches the
frequency where the scan originally started.
⇒ Band selection:
To switch between the AM and FM frequency band, press the soft
button labeled Band.
•
Signal Strength:
To view the signal strength of the tuned frequency:
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Tech to view the signal strength.
Signal Strength (FM Shown)
SOURCE
SURRND
FM Signal Strength: 75%
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
S1 AM/FM
MENU
Stereo
Mono
MORE
⇒ To return to the tuner controls, press the MENU button.
Control the XM Tuner
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The XM tuner controls allow access to XM tuner functions such as presets,
categories, and channels, as well as viewing radio signal strength.
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XM Radio Controls
SOURCE
The 40's
Buddy Clark
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
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THEATER
Linda
S1 XM
Preset
SURRND
DISPLAY
Cat
Chan
Tech
MORE
Presets:
Use presets to quickly recall favorite stations.
⇒ To recall a preset:
™ Press the soft button labeled Preset.
Preset Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Presets
SURRND
12. X Country
6. The 60s
8. The 80s
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
Save
MORE
™ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
ENTER button.
⇒ To store a preset:
™ Tune the desired station using the Category or Channel
modes.
™ Press the soft button labeled Preset.
Preset Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Presets
SURRND
12. X Country
6. The 60s
8. The 80s
THEATER
DISPLAY
Save
MORE
™ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
soft button labeled Save.
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Replace Preset Prompt
SOURCE
ROOM
Replace preset with...
SURRND
Nashville!
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
OK
MORE
Cancel
™ Press the soft button labeled OK to confirm or the soft button
labeled Cancel to cancel.
•
Category Mode:
The Category mode lets you select a channel based on a category.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Cat to view available channel
categories:
Category Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Categories
SURRND
Decades
Country
Hits
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of available categories.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a category.
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of channels in the category.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a channel.
•
Channel Mode:
The Channel mode lets you select a channel based on the channel name.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Chan to view available channels.
Channel Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Channels
1. XM Preview
4. The 40s
5. The 50s
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of available channels.
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NOTE: Channel 0 displays the radio ID which is required for
subscription to the XM radio service.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a channel.
•
Technical Section:
The technical section displays repeater and satellite signal strength in
graphic form as well as the radio ID.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Tech to view technical information
about the XM receiver. The technical information section also
contains controls for viewing XM tuner information and hiding
channels from the displayed channel lineup.
Technical Information
Repeater Signal:
Satellite Signal:
Radio ID: JU12345
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
S1 XM
MENU
About
Setup
MORE
⇒ To view firmware and other information about the tuner card:
™ Press the soft button labeled About.
About
About
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
STATE1 (QOS): 1NSNSNS
HOUSE
MENU
THEATER
DISPLAY
<
>
MORE
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to scroll through the
available information.
™ Press the MENU button to return to the XM Technical
Information controls.
⇒ To hide or unhide channels from the channel listing:
™ Press the soft button labeled Setup. The list of channels will
be displayed.
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XM Channel Listing
Setup Channels
4. The 40s
5. The 50s
6. The 60s
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to highlight the channel that is to be
hidden or unhidden and press the ENTER button to open the
Hide Channel controls.
Hide Channel Controls
The 60s
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
Hide Channel: No
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
Hide
MORE
™ The channel’s status will be displayed. To change the status,
press the soft button labeled Hide.
™ Press the MENU button to return to the XM Technical
Information controls.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the XM Radio controls.
Control the SIRIUS Tuner
The SIRIUS tuner controls allow access to SIRIUS tuner functions such as presets,
categories, and channels, as well as viewing radio signal strength.
SIRIUS Radio Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Elvis Radio
13
Elvis Presley
THEATER
All Shook Up
S1 SIRIUS
Preset
Cat
Chan
SURRND
DISPLAY
Tech
MORE
Presets:
Use presets to quickly recall favorite stations.
⇒ To recall a preset, press the soft button labeled Preset.
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Preset Controls
Presets
SOURCE
SURRND
12. Super Shuffle
6. `60s Vibrations
8. Big `80s
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
THEATER
DISPLAY
Clear
Save
MORE
⇒ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
ENTER button. If the channel is locked, you will be prompted to
enter a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Enter PIN
SOURCE
Please Enter PIN
SURRND
0000
THEATER
ROOM
S2 SIRIUS
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
<
>
Enter
MORE
™ Enter the first digit of the PIN (the factory default is 1234) by
turning the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise until
the desired digit is displayed.
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to move the cursor to the
previous or next digit and enter the rest of the PIN.
™ When the PIN is displayed, press the soft button labeled
ENTER to unlock the channel.
⇒ To store a preset:
™ Tune the desired station using the Category or Channel
modes.
™ Press the soft button labeled Preset.
Preset Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Presets
SURRND
12. Super Shuffle
6. `60s Vibrations
8. Big `80s
THEATER
DISPLAY
Clear
Save
MORE
™ Select a preset location with the selection knob and press the
soft button labeled Save.
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Replace Preset Prompt
Replace preset with...
SOURCE
SURRND
Classic Vinyl
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
OK
MORE
Cancel
™ Press the soft button labeled OK to confirm or the soft button
labeled Cancel to cancel.
⇒ To clear a preset location:
™ Select a preset with the selection knob and press the soft
button labeled Clear.
Clear Preset
SOURCE
ROOM
Are you sure
SURRND
want to clear this
preset?
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
OK
MORE
Cancel
™ Press the soft button labeled OK to clear the preset location or
press the soft button labeled Cancel to cancel.
•
Category Mode:
The Category mode lets you select a channel based on a category.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Cat to view available channel
categories:
Category Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Categories
SURRND
Pop
Rock
Electronic/Dance
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of available categories.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a category.
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of channels in the category.
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NOTE: Some channels may be locked or hidden from view. To
select which channels are locked or hidden from view, refer to
“Technical Section” on page 80.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a channel. If the channel is
locked, you will be prompted to enter a Personal Identification
Number (PIN).
Enter PIN
SOURCE
Please Enter PIN
SURRND
0000
THEATER
ROOM
HOUSE
S2 SIRIUS
MENU
DISPLAY
<
>
Enter
MORE
™ Enter the first digit of the PIN (the factory default is 1234) by
turning the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise until
the desired digit is displayed.
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to move the cursor to the
previous or next digit and enter the rest of the PIN.
™ When the PIN is displayed, press the soft button labeled
ENTER to unlock the channel.
•
Channel Mode:
The Channel mode lets you select a channel based on the channel name.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Chan to view available channels.
Channel Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Channels
1. SIRIUS Hits 1
4. StarLite
5. SIRIUS Love
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to view the list of available channels.
NOTE: Some channels may be locked or hidden from view. To
select which channels are locked or hidden from view, refer to
“Technical Section” on page 80.
NOTE: Channel 0 displays the radio ID which is required for
subscription to the SIRIUS radio service.
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⇒ Press the ENTER button to select a channel. If the channel is
locked, you will be prompted to enter a Personal Identification
Number (PIN).
Enter PIN
SOURCE
Please Enter PIN
SURRND
0000
THEATER
ROOM
HOUSE
S2 SIRIUS
MENU
DISPLAY
<
>
Enter
MORE
™ Enter the first digit of the PIN (the factory default is 1234) by
turning the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise until
the desired digit is displayed.
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to move the cursor to the
previous or next digit and enter the rest of the PIN.
™ When the PIN is displayed, press the soft button labeled
ENTER to unlock the channel.
•
Technical Section:
The technical section displays repeater and satellite signal strength in
graphic form as well as the radio ID. The technical information section also
contains controls for viewing SIRIUS tuner information, locking channels
(accessible by entering a Personal Identification Number), hiding/exposing
channels from the channel list (accessible by entering a Personal
Identification Number), and resetting the Personal Identification Number
(PIN).
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Tech to view information about the
repeater signal strength, satellite signal strange, and the radio ID.
Buttons for viewing tuner card information and tuner setup will
also be displayed.
Technical Information
SOURCE
ROOM
Repeater Signal:
Satellite Signal:
Radio ID: 012345678901
SURRND
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
S1 SIRIUS
MENU
About
Setup
MORE
⇒ To view firmware and other information about the tuner card:
™ Press the soft button labeled About.
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About
About
SURRND
00: 01.07.00 G26 SSP
THEATER
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
S2 SIRIUS
MENU
DISPLAY
<
MORE
>
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to scroll through the
available information.
™ Press the MENU button to return to the SIRIUS Technical
Information controls.
⇒ To hide or unhide channels from the channel listing:
™ Press the soft button labeled Setup. A prompt to enter a
Personal Identification Number (PIN) will be displayed.
Enter PIN
SOURCE
Please Enter PIN
SURRND
0000
THEATER
ROOM
HOUSE
S2 SIRIUS
MENU
DISPLAY
<
>
Enter
MORE
™ Enter the first digit of the PIN (the factory default is 1234) by
turning the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise until
the desired digit is displayed.
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to move the cursor to the
previous or next digit and enter the rest of the PIN.
™ When the PIN is displayed, press the soft button labeled
ENTER to open the Setup controls.
Setup Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Setup
SURRND
Setup Channels
Change PIN
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise to
highlight Setup Channels and press the ENTER button to
display a list of all of the SIRIUS channels.
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Setup Controls—Channel Listing
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Setup Channels
SURRND
1. SIRIUS Hits 1
2. StarLite
3. SIRIUS Love
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to highlight the channel that is to be
hidden or unhidden and press the ENTER button to open the
Lock/Hide Channel controls.
Lock/Hide Channel Controls
SOURCE
SIRIUS Hits 1
ROOM
1
THEATER
Parental Lock: Off
Hide Channel: No
HOUSE
MENU
Lock
SURRND
DISPLAY
Hide
MORE
™ If a channel is to be hidden, press the soft button labeled Hide.
If a hidden channel is to be unhidden, press the soft button
labeled Hide.
™ Press the MENU button to return to the SIRIUS Technical
Information controls.
⇒ To lock or unlock channels:
™ Press the soft button labeled Setup. A prompt to enter a
Personal Identification Number (PIN) will be displayed. Enter
the PIN as described on page 80 to open the Setup controls.
Setup Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Setup
SURRND
Setup Channels
Change PIN
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise to
highlight Setup Channels and press the ENTER button to
display a list of all of the SIRIUS channels.
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Setup Controls—Channel Listing
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Setup Channels
SURRND
1. SIRIUS Hits 1
2. StarLite
3. SIRIUS Love
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to highlight the channel that is to be
hidden or unhidden and press the ENTER button to open the
Lock/Hide channel controls.
Lock/Hide Channel Controls
SOURCE
SIRIUS Hits 1
ROOM
1
THEATER
Parental Lock: Off
Hide Channel: No
HOUSE
MENU
Lock
SURRND
DISPLAY
Hide
MORE
™ If a channel is to be locked, press the soft button labeled Lock.
If a hidden channel is to be unlocked, press the soft button
labeled Lock.
™ Press the MENU button to return to the SIRIUS Technical
Information controls.
⇒ To change the Personal Identification Number (PIN):
™ Press the soft button labeled Setup. A prompt to enter a
Personal Identification Number (PIN) will be displayed. Enter
the PIN as described on page 80 to open the Setup controls.
Setup Controls
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Setup
SURRND
Setup Channels
Change PIN
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise to
highlight Change PIN and press the ENTER button to
display the Change PIN controls.
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Change PIN Controls
Current PIN: 1234
Enter New PIN
SOURCE
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
1234
HOUSE
DISPLAY
S2 SIRIUS
MENU
Cancel
<
>
Enter
MORE
™ Enter the first digit of the PIN by turning the selection knob
clockwise or counterclockwise until the desired digit is
displayed.
™ Press the soft buttons labeled < or > to move the cursor to the
previous or next digit and enter the rest of the PIN.
™ When the new PIN is displayed, press the soft button labeled
ENTER to open the Setup controls. To cancel, press the soft
button labeled Cancel.
⇒ To reset the Personal Identification Number (PIN) to the factory
default (1234):
™ Press and hold the left-most and right-most soft buttons. After
approximately three seconds, the display will indicate that the
PIN has been reset to the factory default.
™ Press the soft button labeled OK.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the SIRIUS Radio controls.
Controlling an iPod or iPhone
An Apple iPod or iPhone can be controlled from the AMS front panel with an
optional CEN-IDOC Interface for Apple iPod®.
NOTE: All references to Apple iPod include the Apple iPhone.
The following assumes that the CEN-IDOC has been installed and an iPod has been
connected as described in the CEN-IDOC guide.
Find the iPod Controls
•
Place the AMS in the Source mode (refer to “Select a Source” on page 69).
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Turn the selection knob to the iPod source (source #5). The playback status,
current track, and artist playing on the iPod will be displayed.
iPod Source
SOURCE
B
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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Oh, Pretty Woman
Roy Orbison
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
Control
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Play iPod Songs with the
AMS
Press the soft button labeled Control to open the iPod controls.
Use the AMS front panel to control playback of songs on the iPod.
iPod Playback Controls
SOURCE
F
H
E
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
iPod
MENU
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1/15
Roy Orbison
Oh, Pretty Woman
ROOM
HOUSE
Shuffle
B
Music
MORE
Press the soft button labeled F to return to the beginning of the current
song or skip to the previous song. If the iPod is paused, press the soft button
labeled h to resume playback. If the iPod is currently playing, press the soft
button labeled B to pause playback. Press the soft button labeled E to skip
to the next song. Press the soft button labeled Music to open the iPod song
menu (for details, refer to “Select Songs with the AMS” on page 86). Press
the DISPLAY button to toggle between the artist name and the album
name. Press the MORE button to display soft buttons to change the Shuffle
and Repeat modes. Press the MORE button again to return to the playback
controls.
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SOURCE
MENU
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1/15
Roy Orbison
Oh, Pretty Woman
ROOM
HOUSE
Shuffle
B
iPod
Shuffle
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Repeat
Shuffle – Press the soft button labeled Shuffle to open the Shuffle control.
Shuffle Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Shuffle Mode
SURRND
Off
All
Album
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to the desired Shuffle mode.
™ Off – Plays all items in sequence.
™ All – Will shuffle all items in the list.
™ Album – Will play the songs on an album in order and then
shuffle the order of the albums.
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⇒ Press the ENTER button to select the highlighted mode.
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Repeat – Press the soft button labeled Repeat to open the Repeat control.
Repeat Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Repeat Mode
SURRND
Off
One
All
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to the desired Repeat mode.
™ Off – Plays all items in sequence.
™ One – Will repeat the current song.
™ All – Will repeat all of the songs when they are done playing.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select the highlighted mode.
Select Songs with the AMS
The AMS front panel can be used to select a specific playlist, artist, album, or song
on an iPod.
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Press the soft button labeled Music to open the iPod Music menu.
Music Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Music
MENU
•
SURRND
Playlists
Artists
Albums
THEATER
DISPLAY
Bottom
MORE
Turn the selection knob to highlight an item (Playlists, Artists, Albums,
etc.) and press the ENTER button. The scroll bar indicates the position of
the cursor on the displayed list. To jump to the first item in the list, turn the
selection knob counterclockwise and press the soft button labeled Top. To
jump to the last item in the list, turn the selection knob clockwise and press
the soft button labeled Bottom. If a song name is selected, pressing the
ENTER button will begin playback.
Playlist Items
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
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SURRND
As Tears Go By
Baba O’Riley
Bad
Back
THEATER
DISPLAY
Bottom
MORE
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When viewing a list of songs, press the ENTER button to play the selected
song. To jump to the first item in the list, turn the selection knob
counterclockwise and press the soft button labeled Top. To jump to the last
item in the list, turn the selection knob clockwise and press the soft button
labeled Bottom. To return to the previous topic (playlist, album, etc.) press
the soft button labeled Back.
Controlling an Adagio Audio Server (AAS)
An AAS can be controlled from the AMS front panel.
The following assumes that the AAS has been installed and connected as described
in the AAS guide.
Find the AAS Controls
•
Place the AMS in the Source mode (refer to “Select a Source” on page 69).
•
Turn the selection knob to an AAS source (source 7 for an AAS-1, sources
7 or 8 for an AAS-2, or sources 7, 8, 9, or 10 for an AAS-4 if using out-ofthe-box functionality). The playback status, current track, and artist playing
on the AAS source will be displayed.
AAS Source
SOURCE
A
Server 1
SURRND
Aerosmith
Angel
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
•
Play AAS Songs with the
AMS
DISPLAY
Press the soft button labeled Control to open the AAS controls.
Use the AMS front panel to control playback of songs on the AAS.
AAS Playback Controls
SOURCE
B
HOUSE
MENU
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1/15
Aerosmith
Angel
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Control
THEATER
DISPLAY
Server 1
F
H
E
SURRND
Music
MORE
Press the soft button labeled F to return to the beginning of the current
song or skip to the previous song. If the AAS is paused, press the soft
button labeled h to resume playback. If the AAS is currently playing, press
the soft button labeled B to pause playback. Press the soft button labeled E
to skip to the next song. Press the soft button labeled Music to open the
AAS song menu (for details, refer to “Browse the AAS Library with the
AMS” on page 90). Press the DISPLAY button to toggle between the artist
name and the album name. Press the MORE button to display soft buttons
to change the Shuffle and Repeat modes and manage the playback queue.
Press the MORE button again to return to the playback controls.
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SOURCE
B
MENU
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Aerosmith
Angel
ROOM
HOUSE
Shuffle
THEATER
DISPLAY
Server 1
Shuffle
Repeat
SURRND
MORE
Queue
Shuffle – The Shuffle mode of each of the AAS’ outputs can be controlled
independently. Press the soft button labeled Shuffle to open the Shuffle
control.
Shuffle Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Shuffle Mode
SURRND
Off
Selections
Tracks
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to the desired Shuffle mode.
™ Off – Plays all queued items in sequence.
™ Selections – Will randomize all items in the play queue.
Group items such as playlists will be played in order.
However, the order of group items will be shuffled.
™ Tracks – Will shuffle all of the tracks in the play queue.
⇒ Press the ENTER button to select the highlighted mode.
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Repeat – The Repeat mode of each of the AAS’ outputs can be controlled
independently. Press the soft button labeled Repeat to open the Repeat
control.
Repeat Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Repeat Mode
Off
Track
Queue
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
⇒ Turn the selection knob to the desired Repeat mode.
™ Off – Plays all queued items once without repeat.
™ Track – Will repeat the track that is currently playing.
™ Queue – Will repeat all of the tracks in the play queue.
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⇒ Press the ENTER button to select the highlighted mode.
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Queue – The AMS front panel can be used to browse the play queue, save a
play queue as a playlist on the AAS, clear a play queue, or manage the play
queue. Press the soft button labeled Queue to open the Queue control.
Queue Control
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Play Queue
SURRND
1. Artist: Adam Ant
2. Song: Dream On
3. Song: Lump
Save
Clear
THEATER
DISPLAY
MORE
Bottom
⇒ To browse the songs on a play queue, turn the selection knob
clockwise or counterclockwise. To jump to the bottom of the play
queue, press the soft button labeled Bottom. To jump to the top of
the play queue, press the soft button labeled Top (replaces Bottom
when at the bottom of a list).
⇒ To save the play queue as a playlist that can be recalled, press the
soft button labeled Save which will open the Name Playlist
control.
Name Playlist Control
SOURCE
Enter New Playlist Name
ROOM
THEATER
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
HOUSE
MENU
Back
SURRND
DISPLAY
Enter
MORE
™ Turn the selection knob to the desired letter and press the
ENTER button to insert the letter in the playlist name.
™ Press the soft button labeled Back to erase the previous
character and move the cursor back one space.
™ To save the playlist name, press the soft button labeled Enter.
⇒ To clear the play queue, press the soft button labeled Clear.
Clear Play Queue Confirmation
SOURCE
ROOM
Play Queue
HOUSE
MENU
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SURRND
Are you sure you want to
clear the Play Queue
THEATER
DISPLAY
Yes
No
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™ To confirm the operation, press the soft button labeled Yes.
™ To cancel the operation, press the soft button labeled No.
⇒ To manage an item in the play queue, turn the selection knob to
highlight an item in the queue and press the ENTER button to
open the Play Queue Management control.
Play Queue Management Control
SOURCE
Play Queue
SURRND
Play this item next,
or omit it from the queue
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
MENU
DISPLAY
Play
MORE
Omit
™ To move the item to the top of the queue, press the soft button
labeled Play.
™ To remove the item from the queue, press the soft button
labeled Omit.
⇒ Press the MENU button to return to the playback controls.
Browse the AAS Library with
the AMS
The AMS front panel can be used to select a category (playlist, artist, album, era,
etc.) or song in the AAS library. Categories and individual tracks can either be
played or added to the play queue.
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Press the soft button labeled Music to open the Browse menu.
Browse Menu
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
•
Browse
SURRND
Genres
Artists
Albums
Queue
THEATER
DISPLAY
Bottom
MORE
Turn the selection knob clockwise or counterclockwise to browse the
selections. To jump to the bottom of the list, press the soft button labeled
Bottom. To jump to the top of the list, press the soft button labeled Top
(replaces Bottom when at the bottom of a list).
To select an item (Genre, Artists, Albums, etc.), turn the selection knob to
highlight the item and press the ENTER button.
Press the soft button labeled Queue to view items in the play queue. For
more information on the play queue, refer to “Queue” on page 89.
For more information on the library structure, refer to the latest version of
the AAS guide.
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Song List
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
MENU
Browse
SURRND
Enid
Grade 9
Hello City
Back
THEATER
DISPLAY
h
Search
Bottom
MORE
⇒ To go back a level, press the soft button labeled Back.
⇒ To play a song, category, artist, or album, highlight the item with
the selection knob and press the soft button labeled H.
If a group (Genre or All Songs) or an individual song is
highlighted, press the ENTER button to choose between playing
the highlighted selection (thereby replacing the queue) or adding
the selected item to the current queue.
Play Now or Add to List
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Play now or add to list?
Play
Add
Cancel
SURRND
THEATER
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
™ To play the song or collection and delete the current play
queue, use the selection knob to highlight Play and press the
ENTER button.
™ To add the song or collection to the play queue, use the
selection knob to highlight Add and press the ENTER button.
™ To cancel, use the selection knob to highlight Cancel and
press the ENTER button.
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Search to jump to an item in a list.
Refer to “Search the AAS Library with the AMS” below for more
information.
⇒ To jump to the bottom of the list, press the soft button labeled
Bottom. To jump to the top of the list, press the soft button labeled
Top (replaces Bottom when at the bottom of a list).
Search the AAS Library with
the AMS
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Press the soft button labeled Search to jump to an item in a list.
NOTE: Searches are performed within a category. For example, searching
for a song title while browsing artists will not yield any results.
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Search
SOURCE
Select the desired letter
to jump to that point in the list.
ROOM
SURRND
THEATER
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Select a letter with the selection knob and press the ENTER
button.
Route a Source
Rooms that are connected to the source are indicated on the room buttons.
•
Select a source as described on page 69.
•
Press room buttons on the AMS or AAE to route the selected source to a
room.
NOTE: Volume adjustment is not available when the AMS is in Source mode.
When a source is routed to a room that is not already on, the room will be turned on
at the startup volume specified on page 60.
Room Mode
Room mode is used to select and control a room that is connected to the AMS. If a
room button LED is on, then the room is connected to an audio source. If a room
button LED is off, then the room is turned off.
Select a Room
To select a room:
•
Press Room to put the AMS in the Room mode. The current selected room
is displayed on the LCD.
Room Mode
Room 1
SOURCE
SURRND
S1 AM/FM
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
•
Control a Room
Control
Source
Global
Off
MORE
Turn the selection knob until the desired room is displayed on the LCD.
Alternatively, press a room button on the AMS or AAE (if connected).
After a room is selected, a source can be selected, the room can be turned “off”,
room and global volume can be adjusted, or the room output can be muted.
•
To select a source:
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Source.
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⇒ Turn the selection knob until the desired source is displayed on the
LCD and press the ENTER button to select the source.
⇒ To control the source, press the soft button labeled Control (if
available).
⇒ To view options for adjusting audio parameters (bass, treble, balance,
and loudness), press the MORE button.
•
To turn on the room, press the soft button labeled On.
•
To turn off the room, press the soft button labeled Off.
•
To adjust the room’s volume, turn the volume knob. The volume level will
be displayed on the LCD.
•
To adjust the volume in all of the rooms that are on:
⇒ Press the soft button labeled Global.
Global Volume
SOURCE
Global Volume
SURRND
Level 50%
ROOM
THEATER
HOUSE
DISPLAY
MENU
MORE
⇒ Turn the volume knob to adjust the global volume level. The global
volume level will be displayed on the LCD.
The global volume adjusts the volume in every room that is currently
turned on. The volumes are adjusted proportionately so the room
volume levels do not jump to the same level when the global volume
control is used.
⇒ Press MENU to return to the room menu.
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To mute the room output, press the MUTE button (the MUTE LED will
light). To unmute the room, press the MUTE button again.
The bass level of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
While in Room mode, press the MORE button.
•
Press the soft button labeled Tools.
•
Press the soft button labeled Bass to open the Bass control.
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Bass Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Bass -12dB
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Flat
MENU
•
MORE
Adjust the bass level with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to raise the
bass level or counterclockwise to lower the bass level. Press the soft button
labeled Flat to set the bass level to 0dB.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
Adjust the Treble
Press MENU to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The treble levels of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
While in Room mode, press the MORE button.
•
Press the soft button labeled Tools.
•
Press the soft button labeled Treble to open the Treble control.
Treble Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Treble -12dB
HOUSE
MENU
•
DISPLAY
Flat
MORE
Adjust the treble level with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to raise the
treble level or counterclockwise to lower the treble level. Press the soft
button labeled Flat to set the treble level to 0dB.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
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Adjust the Balance
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Press the MENU button to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The balance of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
While in Room mode, press the MORE button.
•
Press the soft button labeled Tools.
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Press the soft button labeled Balance to open the Balance control.
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Balance Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Balance 0
HOUSE
DISPLAY
Center
MENU
•
MORE
Adjust the balance with the selection knob. Turn clockwise to set the
balance to the right or counterclockwise to set the balance to the left. Press
the soft button labeled Center to center the balance.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
Set Loudness
Press MENU to save changes and return to the previous screen.
The loudness settings of each room can be adjusted independently.
•
While in Room mode, press the MORE button.
•
Press the soft button labeled Tools.
•
Press the soft button labeled Loud to open the Loudness control.
Loudness Control
SOURCE
ROOM
Room 3
SURRND
THEATER
Loudness
HOUSE
MENU
•
DISPLAY
On
Off
MORE
The current setting is underlined. To turn loudness on, press the soft button
labeled On. To turn loudness off, press the soft button labeled Off.
NOTE: Other rooms can be adjusted by pressing a different room button.
•
Press MENU to save changes and return to the previous screen.
Party Mode and Other Room Groups
Party mode and other room groups are preset settings used to recall source/room
combinations.
Activate the Party Mode
Press the PARTY MODE button to activate the Party mode.
For instructions on customizing the Party mode, refer to “Configure Preset Groups”
on page 62.
Recall a Room Group
To recall a room group:
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Press the soft button labeled Groups to display the list of groups.
Groups Listing
SOURCE
ROOM
HOUSE
Groups
SURRND
* Party
Dine
Read
MENU
THEATER
DISPLAY
Setup
MORE
Active groups are indicated with an asterisk (*).
•
Turn the selection knob to highlight the desired group and press ENTER.
For instructions on customizing a group, refer to “Configure Preset Groups” on page
62.
Lock and Unlock the Front Panel Controls
The front panel controls can be locked by pressing the MENU and DISPLAY
buttons simultaneously for five seconds.
The front panel controls can be unlocked by pressing the MENU and DISPLAY
buttons simultaneously for five seconds.
Turn off the Theater
Press THEATER OFF to turn off the theater outputs. The room outputs will stay
on.
Turn off the System
Press All Off to turn off all of the rooms and the theater.
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Programming Software
Refer to this section only if a custom program for the AMS is to be created.
A built-in program containing the out-of-the-box functionality resides in a protected
area of the AMS’ flash memory. The program cannot be erased and can be recalled
at any time by holding the software reset button during a hardware reset.
The built-in-program cannot be modified using the tools described in this section.
Have a question or comment about Crestron software?
Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) can be viewed in the Online Help
section of the Crestron website. To post a question or view questions you have
submitted to Crestron’s True Blue Support, log in at http://support.crestron.com.
First-time users will need to establish a user account.
Earliest Version Software Requirements for the PC
NOTE: Crestron recommends that you use the latest software to take advantage of
the most recently released features. The latest software is available from the Crestron
website.
NOTE: Crestron software and any files on the website are for authorized Crestron
dealers and Crestron Authorized Independent Programmers (CAIP) only. New users
may be required to register to obtain access to certain areas of the site (including the
FTP site).
Crestron has developed an assortment of Windows®-based software tools to develop
a Cresnet system. You can create a program to control the AMS system using the
Crestron programming tools Adagio Composer, SystemBuilder or SIMPL Windows.
For the minimum recommended software versions, visit the Version Tracker page of
the Crestron website (www.crestron.com/versiontracker).
Programming with Adagio Composer
To add additional Crestron sources, third-party sources, and interfaces use Adagio
Composer. Adagio Composer is part of the Crestron SystemBuilder application
which can be downloaded from the Crestron website.
Adagio Composer provides a quick method of configuring a custom audio
distribution system without prior programming knowledge. For additional details,
download Adagio Composer from the Crestron website and examine the extensive
help file.
To create more advanced systems that include non-audio distribution devices such as
lighting and HVAC, use Crestron SystemBuilder or SIMPL Windows.
Programming with Crestron SystemBuilder
The easiest method of programming a Crestron system. For additional details,
download SystemBuilder from the Crestron website and examine the extensive help
file.
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Any program created for the AMS with SystemBuilder will include the out-of-thebox functionality in addition to any additional programming created with
SystemBuilder.
Programming with SIMPL Windows
NOTE: While SIMPL Windows can be used to program the AMS, it is
recommended to use Adagio Composer, SystemBuilder, and Pro Sound Tools for
configuring a system.
SIMPL Windows is Crestron’s premier software for programming Crestron control
systems. It is organized into two separate, but equally important “Managers”.
NOTE: When programming an AMS in SIMPL Windows, always begin with the
example program and modify as required. To find example programs, refer to
“Example Program” on page 99. Also visit Crestron’s True Blue Support on the web
for more programming tips.
Configuration Manager
Configuration Manager is the view where programmers “build” a Crestron control
system by selecting hardware from the Device Library.
•
To incorporate the AMS into the system, drag the AMS from the Control
Systems folder of the Device Library and drop it in the System Views.
Locating the AMS in the Device Library
Program Manager
Program Manager is the view where programmers "program" a Crestron control
system by assigning signals to symbols.
The symbol can be viewed by double clicking on the icon or dragging it into Detail
View. Each signal in the symbol is described in the SIMPL Windows help file (F1).
Programming with VisionTools Pro-e
VisionTools Pro-e (VT Pro-e) is used to design pages for the front panel that can be
triggered from the HOUSE button, and page flips.
For more information, refer to the VT Pro-e help file (F1).
Configuring the AMS
Use Pro Sound Tools software to configure the rooms and theater connected to the
AMS. For more information, refer to the Pro Sound Tools help file.
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Switching Programs
If a custom program is loaded into the AMS, the AMS will run the custom program
when it boots up. To switch to the out-of-the-box program:
1.
Press and release HW-R.
2.
Press and hold SW-R until "Bypassing Custom Program, Running OOTBF"
is displayed on the LCD.
3.
To return to the custom program simply press HW-R or cycle power.
Saving Settings
Settings such as tone/volume levels (out-of-the-box and custom programs) and
input/output names (out-of-the-box programs) are stored in an xml and text file that
can be recalled should a AMS program need to be updated.
To save settings for later use, use the Crestron Toolbox File Manager utility to
retrieve the *.xml (where * can be “ootbf” for settings made when running the outof-the-box functionality program or “custom” for settings made when running a
custom program) and System Configuration.txt files from the NVRAM Disk
directory. After the new out-of-the-box functionality program or custom program has
been loaded, use Windows Explorer and Crestron Toolbox’ File Manager utility to
place the appropriate *.xml and System Configuration.txt files in the NVRAM Disk
directory and reboot the processor. For instructions on using Crestron Toolbox’ File
Manager utility, refer to the Crestron Toolbox help file.
NOTE: If switching to a different type of program (i.e. from out-of-the-box
functionality to custom or vice-versa), the retrieved xml file can be renamed
(ootbf.xml becomes custom.xml and custom.xml becomes ootbf.xml). The running
program will import any relevant settings. Verify that all of the required settings are
correct.
Example Program
An example program for the AMS is available from the Crestron website
(http://www.crestron.com/exampleprograms).
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Uploading and Upgrading
Crestron recommends using the latest programming software and that each device
contains the latest firmware to take advantage of the most recently released features.
However, before attempting to upload or upgrade it is necessary to establish
communication. Once communication has been established, files (for example,
programs or firmware) can be transferred to the control system (and/or device).
Finally, program checks can be performed (such as changing the device ID or
creating an IP table) to ensure proper functioning.
While the next section provides an overview for communication, refer to
“Establishing Communications with the Control System” in the Crestron 2-Series
Control Systems Reference Guide (Doc. 6256) for connection details. If
communications cannot be established, refer to “Troubleshooting Communications”
in the same guide.
Establishing Communication
Use Crestron Toolbox for communicating with the AMS; refer to the Crestron
Toolbox help file for details. There are three methods of communication.
Direct Serial
NOTE: Serial Communication or USB communication (see below) must be used
for initial setup of Ethernet parameters when the out-of-the-box functionality is not
used.
Direct Serial Communication
PC RUNNING
CRESTRON TOOLBOX
USB
SERIAL VIA CRESTRON
CABLE STCP-502
OR EQUIVALENT
AMS
•
The COMPUTER port on the AMS connects to the serial port on the PC
via the included serial cable (Crestron STCP-502PC or equivalent).
•
Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry using the
expected serial communication protocol (RS232, auto-detect baud rate, no
parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, XON/XOFF disabled, RTS/CTS enabled).
•
icon);
Display the AMS’ “System Info” window (click the
communications are confirmed when the device information is displayed.
NOTE: USB Communication or Serial communication (shown above) must be used
for initial setup of Ethernet parameters when the out-of-the-box functionality is not
used.
USB Communication
PC RUNNING
CRESTRON TOOLBOX
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VIA USB CABLE
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TCP/IP
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The USB port on the AMS connects to the USB port on the PC via the
included USB cable.
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Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry using the
expected communication protocol (USB). When multiple USB devices are
connected, identify the AMS by entering “AMS” in the Model textbox, the
unit’s serial number in the Serial textbox or the unit’s hostname in the
Hostname textbox. The hostname can be found in the “System Info”
window in the section marked Ethernet however, communications must be
established in order to see this information in the “System Info” window.
•
Display the AMS’ “System Info” window (click the
icon);
communications are confirmed when the device information is displayed.
NOTE: A connection to an Ethernet network is required for operation with a
CEN-IDOC, AAS, or any other TCP/IP enabled device.
Ethernet Communication
PC RUNNING
CRESTRON TOOLBOX
ETHERNET
AMS
•
Establish serial or USB communication between AMS and PC.
•
Enter the IP address, IP mask, and default router of the AMS via Crestron
Toolbox (Functions | Ethernet Addressing); otherwise enable DHCP.
NOTE: When taken out of the box, the AMS is configured for DHCP
operation. If a DHCP server is available and the AMS is connected to the
network, the IP address can be obtained from the About screen as described
on page 57.
•
Confirm Ethernet connections between AMS and PC. If connecting through
a hub, use CAT5 straight through cables with 8-pin RJ-45 connectors.
Alternatively, Use a CAT5 crossover cable to connect the two LAN ports
directly, without using a hub.
•
Use the Address Book in Crestron Toolbox to create an entry for the
AMS with the AMS’ TCP/IP communication parameters.
•
Display the “System Info” window (click the
icon) and select the
AMS entry. Communications are confirmed when the device information is
displayed.
Programs and Firmware
Program or firmware files may be distributed from programmers to installers or from
Crestron to dealers. Firmware upgrades are available from the Crestron website as
new features are developed after product releases. One has the option to upload
programs via the programming software or to upload and upgrade via the Crestron
Toolbox. For details on uploading and upgrading, refer to the SIMPL Windows help
file or the Crestron Toolbox help file.
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SIMPL Windows
If a SIMPL Windows program is provided, it can be uploaded to the control system
using SIMPL Windows or Crestron Toolbox.
Firmware
Check the Crestron website to find the latest firmware. (New users may be required
to register to obtain access to certain areas of the site, including the FTP site.)
Upgrade AMS firmware via Crestron Toolbox.
•
Establish serial, USB, or TCP/IP communications with the AMS and
display the “System Info” window.
•
Select Functions | Firmware… to upgrade the AMS firmware.
For details on uploading and upgrading, refer to the SIMPL Windows help file or the
Crestron Toolbox help file.
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Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
The following table provides corrective action for possible trouble situations. If
further assistance is required, please contact a Crestron customer service
representative.
AMS Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
CORRECTIVE ACTION
AMS does not
function.
AMS is not receiving
power.
Use the provided power cord.
Verify connection.
C2N-DBF12 or
APAD does not
function.
AMS is not
communicating with
C2N-DBF12 or APAD
devices.
Verify that C2N-DBF12 and
APAD devices are properly
connected to the AMS and
are identified by the AMS as
described on page 55.
AMS only allows
six rooms
(maximum) when
using the out-ofthe-box
functionality.
AAE is not properly
connected to the AMS.
Verify that the AAE is
properly connected to the
AMS.
AAE is not registered
with AMS.
Open Installer Tools and
select “Identify Keypads”.
Identify all keypads in the
system.
Use Crestron Toolbox to
manually set the AAEs Net ID
to 31.
Buttons on AAE
do not light or do
anything
AAE is not properly
connected to the AMS.
Verify that the AAE is
properly connected to the
AMS.
AAE is not registered
with AMS.
Open Installer Tools and
select “Identify Keypads”.
Identify all keypads in the
system.
Use Crestron Toolbox to
manually set AAE Net ID to
31.
Tuner cards are
not listed on the
LCD or APAD as
available sources.
Tuner card is not
properly installed.
Refer to the tuner card’s
guide for installation
instructions.
CEN-IDOC or
AAS devices not
listed on the LCD
or APAD as
available sources.
CEN-IDOC or AAS are
not receiving power.
Verify that each device is
receiving power.
CEN-IDOC or AAS are
not communicating with
AMS over Ethernet.
Verify each device’s TCP/IP
settings.
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AMS Troubleshooting (Continued)
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
Sound is not
heard.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Theater and rooms are
not configured correctly.
Verify theater and room
configuration.
Room is muted or
turned off.
Turn off mute function or
route a source to the room.
Volume is turned down.
Raise volume to an audible
level.
Speakers are not
properly connected.
Verify speaker connections.
Source is not
selected/properly
connected.
Verify that source is selected
and properly connected.
Check Network Wiring
Use the Right Wire
In order to ensure optimum performance over the full range of your installation
topology, Crestron Certified Wire, and only Crestron Certified Wire, may be used.
Failure to do so may incur additional charges if support is required to identify
performance deficiencies because of using improper wire.
Calculate Power
CAUTION: Use only Crestron power supplies for Crestron equipment. Failure to do
so could cause equipment damage or void the Crestron warranty.
CAUTION: Provide sufficient power to the system. Insufficient power can lead to
unpredictable results or damage to the equipment. Please use the Crestron Power
Calculator to help calculate how much power is needed for the system
(http://www.crestron.com/calculators).
When calculating the length of wire for a particular Cresnet run, the wire gauge and
the Cresnet power usage of each network unit to be connected must be taken into
consideration. Use Crestron Certified Wire only. If Cresnet units are to be daisychained on the run, the Cresnet power usage of each network unit to be daisy-chained
must be added together to determine the Cresnet power usage of the entire chain. If
the unit is home-run from a Crestron system power supply network port, the Cresnet
power usage of that unit is the Cresnet power usage of the entire run. The wire gauge
and the Cresnet power usage of the run should be used in the following equation to
calculate the cable length value on the equation’s left side.
Cable Length Equation
40,000
L<
RxP
Where: L = Length of run (or chain) in feet
R = 6 Ohms (Crestron Certified Wire: 18 AWG (0.75 MM 2 ))
or 1.6 Ohms (Cresnet HP: 12 AWG (4 MM 2 ))
P = Cresnet power usage of entire run (or chain)
Make sure the cable length value is less than the value calculated on the right side of
the equation. For example, a Cresnet run using 18 AWG Crestron Certified Wire and
drawing 20 watts should not have a length of run more than 333 feet. If Cresnet HP is
used for the same run, its length could extend to 1250 feet.
NOTE: All Crestron certified Cresnet wiring must consist of two twisted pairs. One
twisted pair is the +24V conductor and the GND conductor and the other twisted pair
is the Y conductor and the Z conductor.
Strip and Tin Wire
When daisy-chaining Cresnet units, strip the ends of the wires carefully to avoid
nicking the conductors. Twist together the ends of the wires that share a pin on the
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network connector, and tin the twisted connection. Apply solder only to the ends of
the twisted wires. Avoid tinning too far up the wires or the end becomes brittle. Insert
the tinned connection into the Cresnet connector and tighten the retaining screw.
Repeat the procedure for the other three conductors.
Add Hubs
For larger networks (i.e., greater than 28 network devices), it may become necessary
to add a Cresnet Hub/Repeater (CNXHUB) to maintain signal quality throughout the
network. Also, for networks with lengthy cable runs, it may be necessary to add a
Hub/Repeater after only 20 devices.
Reference Documents
The latest version of all documents mentioned within the guide can be obtained from
the Crestron website (http://www.crestron.com/manuals). This link will provide a list
of product manuals arranged in alphabetical order by model number.
List of Related Reference Documents
DOCUMENT TITLE
2-Series Control Systems Reference Guide
AAE Audio Expander
AAS Audio Server
AMS QuickStart Guide
APAD Wall Mount LCD Controller
ATC-AMFM2 Dual AM/FM Tuner Card
ATC-AMFMSR AM/FM/SIRIUS Tuner Card
ATC-AMFMXM AM/FM/XM Tuner Card
C2N-DBF12 Decorator Wall Panels
CEN-IDOC Interface for Apple iPod®
Crestron e-Control Reference Guide
Crestron Professional Surround Sound Tuning Kit
Crestron Safety Instructions
User Interface Device Out-Of-The-Box Functionality Guide
Further Inquiries
If you cannot locate specific information or have questions after reviewing this
guide, please take advantage of Crestron's award winning customer service team by
calling Crestron at 1-888-CRESTRON [1-888-273-7876].
You can also log onto the online help section of the Crestron website
(http://www.crestron.com/onlinehelp) to ask questions about Crestron products.
First-time users will need to establish a user account to fully benefit from all
available features.
Future Updates
As Crestron improves functions, adds new features, and extends the capabilities of
the AMS, additional information may be made available as manual updates. These
updates are solely electronic and serve as intermediary supplements prior to the
release of a complete technical documentation revision.
Check the Crestron website periodically for manual update availability and its
relevance. Updates are identified as an “Addendum” in the Download column.
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Return and Warranty Policies
Merchandise Returns / Repair Service
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