QRS Music Technologies Chili User guide

PNOmation II
User Guide & Upgrade Instructions
Driver Version 4.61
Media Patch 9
Manual Revision: October 15, 2013
Table of Contents
User Guide
PMII Upgrade Kit Installation Instructions
Introduction to PNOmation II “PMII”
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Wirelessly Connect to PMII and Power ON
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Package Contents
81525 PMII Upgrade Kit
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81529 PMII MIDI Kit
Play Piano
PMII MIDI Kit Installation Instructions [81529]
Complimentary Songs [Designated with and Asterisk * ]
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Play / Play / Pause / Song Type By Color
Connect, Test and Mount Components
Songs / Albums / Artists / Genres / Playlists
Connecting Record Systems - If Installed on piano
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MIDI Out Key Adjust / MIDI Kit #81529
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Recordings / USB Drive / External Inputs
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PMII Upgrade Kit “QRS” Installation Instructions [81525]
Sample Library / Unlock Content/ Search / Scroll Bar
1] Remove the Existing Pianomation Processor
Playback Settings
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Volume / Soft Play / Full Expression / Mute / EQ
2] Mount and Connect the new PMII Processor
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Playback Options: Repeat & Transpose / Prompts
3] Mount and Connect the Pin-Light Extension [PLx]
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System Information [Driver Version & Serial Number]
Updating the Driver “Operating System” [OS Update]
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Shutdown Options [Standby / Reboot / Shutdown]
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Trial Activation / My Account [Access the entire QRS Library for 90 days]
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Network Settings
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Purchasing and Releasing Music
Selecting Music to Purchase From The Sample Library
Selecting Individual Songs from the Entire List
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4] Mount and Connect the Wi-Fi Adapter and Speaker
Connect to Power and Turn ON to Standby Mode
5] Verify Operation - Wireless Connect & Power ON
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Performance Setup
MIDI OUT Key Adjust [For MIDI upgrade kit # 81529]
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6] Key Adjust [Sets minimum key force for soft playback]
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7] Pedal Adjust [Sets-up sustain pedal]
Selecting an Entire Album or Songs from Specific Albums
8] Test Files
Ordering Music from Cart -Go to the Cart and Check Your Order
9] PNOscan Adjust [Sets-up the PNOscan II record system]
Remove a Song or Album from the Cart
Place Order [Directly from PMII or By Calling QRS Music]
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Wi-Fi Configurations
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Wi-Fi Configurations for QRS PNOmation II
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Releasing Purchased Music from the Sample Library or Cart
How To Configure: TP-Link to Network Mode
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Purchasing Music From a Playlist
How to Configure: TP-Link TL to “Stand Alone” Mode
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How to Recover the TP-Link to “Stand Alone“ after a Reset
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Releasing Purchased Music from the Unlock Content page.
Buy Music-Shortcuts to; Playlists, Sample Library & Unlock Content
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Playlists
Create / Quick Save / Save As / Save To / Clear / Purchase Music
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Open Playlist / Play / Add Song / Remove Song
[Requires QRS PNOscan or other record system]
Practice
[Requires QRS PNOscan or other record system]
PNOcloud
[Requires QRS PNOscan or other record system]
Record Defaults [Requires QRS PNOscan or other record system]
Record a Song
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How to Reset: EnGenius to “Stand Alone” Mode
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How to Configure: EnGenius to “Network” Mode
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How to Configure: ASUS 330N3G to “Stand Alone” Mode
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How to Configure: ASUS 330N3G to “Network” Mode
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How to Configure: ASUS WL330gE to “Stand Alone” Mode
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How to Configure: ASUS WL330gE to Network” Mode
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How to Configure: TRENDnet to “Stand Alone” Mode
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Troubleshooting & Service
Sing-Along
USB Drive
Troubleshooting
External Inputs
Service
AUX Line In [AMI] / QRS Controller
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MIDI IN 5-Pin / MIDI IN USB Client
PLx Light Intensity
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View Settings [Lists the Current and Default System Values]
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Language
ON/OFF Scheduling [System Setup / Other Setups / Clock]
Power Statistics
System Log
Other Setups [System Setup ]
Clock Setup
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Debug
Utilities
Playlist [Remove All, Copy to SD/USB or Restore]
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Record [Remove All, Copy to SD/USB or Restore]
Playback Parameters [System Setup / Performance Setup]
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Settings [Reset All, Copy to SD/USB or Restore]
Curves
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Alarm-ON/OFF Scheduling [Remove All, Copy to SD/USB/Restore]
PLx [Pin-Light Extension] Features
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Logs [Send Logs to USB or SD]
QRS Remote Control Functions
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Application [Reset or Allow Remote Access Session]
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Complimentary Songs & Warranty
Complimentary Song List [319 Total]
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Warranty
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Introduction to PNOmation II “PMII”
PLx Box “Pin-Light Extension” - What is the status of the system?
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The PLx box should be located under the piano near the edge for easy visibility.
Contact your dealer or installer if you cannot locate this box.
Lights 1
2
3
4
5
6
The six lights will give you important information about the system before connecting to PMII.
The four sockets [two USB & two 1/8” stereo Audio] “Extend” the PMII ports for easy access.
Large USB - Update PMII & External Music Access / Small USB - Record to Computer, pianos with optional record.
Audio 1- Aux In: External Music Access / Audio 4 - Headphones
The button has multiple functions. [Power ON, from “Standby”, Start & Stop Play]
Network Mode - How are going to connect to PMII?
Use qrspno.local instead of the IP address in either Stand Alone or Network modes
Stand Alone - No connection to the Internet.
The user wirelessly connects to QRSPNO#### and PM II delivers the IP address and control on Google Chrome, Safari
or Android web browser, at the IP address of 192.168.1.1 or qrspno.local
PM II and the users Wi-Fi device communicate only with each other.
In Stand Alone mode the third PLx light is green.
Network - Connection to the Internet, the preferred operating mode. Connect using qrspno.local
The Wi-Fi device under the piano is programmed to connect to the users home network.
Wi-Fi devices we provide will NOT connect to a 5GHz home router.
PM II is programmed to get an IP Address from the home router.
In Network mode the third PLx light is yellow.
Network Mode Advantages:
The Wi-Fi control device, iPad, can be connected to the Internet and still control PM II.
Register, Place Music Orders and Update PMII directly through the internet.
Voice Prompts
Button & IR Remote Control Sensor
We send a number of voice prompts to the speaker.
System status, Version #, IP address can be heard during the power on sequence and from QRS remote control
commands. The speaker must be on to hear these prompts. We normally connect the speaker to a switched outlet so
that it is off when PMII is in Standby mode. If the first PLx light is yellow, press the PLx button once so the first light is
green. To test, press any one of the numbered buttons on the QRS remote control.
Connecting to PMII
It’s always a good idea to look at the PLx lights, especially if you can’t connect.
The second light should ALWAYS be green. You won’t be able to connect to PMII if the second light is yellow.
If it’s not green, unplug the piano from the AC wall outlet, wait a few minutes and then reconnect to power.
Connect your wireless device to the Wi-Fi that you are using, either QRSPNO#### or your home network.
Go to your web browser and enter qrspno.local, 192.168.1.1 or the address provided by your home router.
Multiple PMII pianos, set up for Network Mode and using the same local network, cannot use qrspno.local to connect.
Trial Activation: 90 Day Trial Period
Don’t forget to create an account to receive your 90 day access to the entire QRS music library.
Connect to the piano, not the QRS website, and go to System Setup / Trial Activation.
Press the green Customer Activation button, fill out the form and then press the Save button.
Purchasing Music
Select the music you want from the Sample Library and go to the cart. The cart will give you the numbers needed to place
your order. Call QRS at 800-247-6557 or just press “Purchase Music” / “Place Order” to send via email. Once the order is
processed go back to the cart and press “Enter Release Key” and enter the Release Key given by QRS.
Check for PMII updates
See the “Updating the Driver “Operating System” [OS Update]” section of this manual for details.
For best performance please keep your PMII system updated to the latest Software Driver Version. Connect to your piano and go to
Information / System for your current version. Download the latest from http://qrsmusic.com/support_pmii.asp
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Wirelessly Connect to PMII and Power ON
Check the status of the system by looking at the lights on the PLx box.
If all of the lights are off, the power is probably disconnected
Plug the AC power cord into a wall outlet.
When the piano is plugged into the AC wall outlet….
The lights will scan while the operating system loads and the music is indexed.
Stand By - #1 light is yellow.
No power to move the keys and the speaker is off.
Low Voltage Power - #2 light must be green for the system to operate.
If it’s yellow the system has shut down and you must recycle the power.
Stand Alone Mode- #3 light is green.
All units are shipped from the QRS factory in “Stand Alone” mode.
If #3 light is yellow, and the #2 is green, the system is in Network Mode use a QRS remote to change to Stand-Alone.
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0
The third light should be green.
Press SHIFT INFO to confirm the 192.168.1.1 address.
Connecting into PMII - Two Steps
Wirelessly connect your device to the piano’s Wi-Fi Adapter.
iPod Touch / iPhone / iPad
Go to Settings / Wi-Fi
Select “QRSPNO ####”
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Computer [Windows 7 example shown]
Click on your Wireless Network Connection Icon.
Select “QRSPNO ####”
Android
Go to Settings / Wireless Networks / Wi-Fi
Connect to “QRSPNO ####”
QRSPNO ###
Enter 192.168.1.1 or qrspno.local in the address box of your browser window, then refresh the browser.
iPod Touch / iPhone / iPad
Safari
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Computer
Use Google Chrome
Android
Press the “Power ON” button.
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Play Piano
Press the play button to
start the song shown.
Or...
Touch the song name
to play from the list.
Notice the song in the list below with an Asterisk * in the second line of the title.
This is a sample of a Complimentary Song that you receive with the purchase of the system. [318 songs]
Go to the Trial Activation section of the manual to learn how to release the entire QRS Library for 90 days.
Stop
Play
Pause
Playback Settings
Go Back to Home Page
Standby
Music Groups
Ready to Play
QRS Music on SD Card
Jump to “B” Titles
Music from your Playlists
Music that you’ve recorded
Music from your USB drive
Music from external sources
Purchase Music from QRS
Unlock Feature or Music
Use PC Mouse
Click & Hold left
button then drag
mouse up/down.
Song Title Color
Red
Complimentary Songs are
indicated with an Asterisk *
Solo
Blue Concert
Black SyncAlong
Sing Along
Create or Add to Playlist
Music Groups
Song Search
Playback Settings
To adjust volume levels, press the “Speaker” icon to open the “Playback Settings” page.
Mute the Audio Only
Mute the Piano and Audio
Mute the Piano Only to play along with the Audio
Sets the Master Volume to Level 75
Sets the Master Volume to Level 1
EQ
Audio: Treble / Bass / Mid
Prompts
Voice Prompt - Volume and EQ
Playback Options
Repeat Modes: Off / 1 Song / All Songs
Tempo and Transpose
Adjusts the Audio Volume Only
Adjusts Piano & Audio Volume Levels
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System Information
Go to Information / System to view the current “Driver” version.
PMII Serial Number - Required to Release Music
Driver Version
10 pin PNOscan - QRS Record System
Numbers above zero indicate a record sensor strip is
attached. There is only one strip attached to this PMII
Last Key Adjust (Align) Date
Updating the Driver “Operating System” [OS Update]
Check the QRS website for the latest updates:
http://www.qrsmusic.com/support_pmii.asp
There are two update “Patches” on the website:
System and Media.
Media System Revision 9 - July 26, 2013
System Patch 461 - October 15th, 2013
Go to the OS Update page to check your current patches and to view the update progress.
Current Software Driver
The Last Patches applied to PMII are here.
Compare the dates, they should those on the web.
If newer Patches are available, copy them both to a USB memory stick.
Don’t unzip or rename these files!
“system_patch_2013-xx-xx.zip” and “media_patch_2013_xx-xx.zip”
Plug the USB memory stick in the USB port on the PLx box.
The update procedure is automatic:
Old Patch File Found
Copy Patch File from USB Drive
Unzip
Execute
Reboot
Look for the light to signal that
PMII has accessed the USB drive.
Go to “Shutdown Options” and select “Reboot” and wait for system to reboot and reconnect.
Go back to the “OS Update” page and verify that the system updated to the latest patches.
Remove the USB memory stick.
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Shutdown Options
Go to “Shutdown Options”
First light is green and PNOmation is ready
“Standby” - Shuts off power to the key solenoids but keeps the processor running.
When you finished for the day go to Standby Mode.
You can also select the “QRS/PWR icon
First light is yellow and PMII is sleeping
Notice Version Number & Remaining Trial Days
“Reboot” - Restarts the system in case the unit does not respond to commands.
Sometimes a reboot is required after a Music Release or System Update.
Scanning lights
“Shutdown” - Shuts OFF the system for a move or when the unit won’t be used for a while.
To restart after a shutdown the piano must be disconnected and then reconnected to AC power.
All lights Off
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Trial Activation / My Account
With the purchase of a QRS PNOmation II system or one of the QRS PMII Upgrade kits you will receive full access to
the entire QRS Music Library for 90 days. The trial period begins after you complete the Trial Activation Form.
When the 90 day trial period expires you will have full access to about 318 songs.
See the Complimentary Song list in the back of this manual.
To purchase additional music after the trial period see the Purchasing Music section of this manual.
Go to System Setup / Trial Activation and press the “Customer Activation” button.
Complete the Trial Activation form, then click “Save & Yes” to activate your 90 access to the entire QRS Music Library.
Select the QRS/PWR Power Options button to view the number of trial days remaining.
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Network Settings
Please update PMII to the latest Driver version before switching modes.
See the “Updating the Driver “Operating System” [OS Update]” section of this manual for details.
PNOmation II systems are shipped from the factory in “Stand-Alone” mode with the IP address of
192.168.1.1 and a host name of qrspno.local
You may want to connect PMII to your home network, which will allow you to control PMII from any
device on your network and make purchasing music easier. You can either connect a cable from PMII to
your network or reprogram the pianos Wi-Fi device to communicate to your home network.
See the Wi-Fi configuration settings section for details.
To use PMII with your local area network you must:
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Set-up PMII in Network mode by sliding the “DHCP Server Enabled (Standalone)” button to the left,
as shown below. You can also use a QRS remote to make this change.
Connect an Ethernet cable from PMII to you network.
2 Or...Reset the Wi-Fi device to communicate with your wireless network.
See the Wi-Fi configuration settings section for details.
Once in Network Mode you can set a static IP address by sliding the “DHCP Enabled” button to the left
and manually entering the static IP Address.
If you can’t connect to your home network, switch back to Stand-Along mode.
See the “Wi-Fi Configuration section of this manual.
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Purchasing and Releasing Music…
STOP PNOmation before attempting to purchase or releasing music.
Selecting Music to Purchase From The Sample Library
Go to the Sample Library section to purchase more music.
Notice the are plus signs next to
the song titles to show that you
are in the sample library.
Selecting Individual Songs from the Entire List
Selecting “Songs” will allow you to select from the entire QRS song list. Search or Scroll to find your song.
Pressing the “+” next to a Song title will add that song to the cart. Select as many songs as you wish.
See below to add an entire album or go to the cart if you are finished.
Press the “-” sign to remove that song from
the Cart or press the “Remove All” button to
remove ALL selected songs from the Cart.
Selecting an Entire Album or Songs from Specific Albums
When selecting Albums, Artists or Genres you must “drill-down” into an album that you wish to purchase.
First, go to Albums, Artists or Genres and find your album.
Second, select the album to view the songs on that album.
You can select individual songs from that album, as above or...
Press the “+” next to the image of Album at the upper right corner of the page.
Instead of going to the Cart, you can just press the “Purchase
Music” button to email your order. The steps are the same as
the instructions that follow on the next page.
When you have finished with your selections, go to the Cart.
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...Purchasing and Releasing Music...
Ordering Music From the Cart
You must establish a QRS account with a current Email address and Credit Card number for order processing.
Go to the cart and check your order.
Notice the individual Song or Album Price in the list
and the total for the cart at the bottom of the screen.
Notice the QRS Catalog - Track Numbers
662110-99 [662100 = the album # and 99 indicates All Tracks]
662111-25 [Only Track #25 for album 662111]
Remove a Song or Album from the Cart
Select “Remove All” to delete the entire Cart or press the “Remove” button next to the individual Song or Album.
Place Order [Directly from PMII or By Calling QRS Music]
Press the Purchase Music from the Cart to open the Purchase Music screen.
If you’re controlling PMII with a device that has an Email account then Press
the “Place Order” button. This will place the order in your Outbox.
If PMII is in Network Mode the Email will be sent to QRS immediately.
If PMII is in Stand Alone Mode the Email will be sent to QRS the next time your
device is connected to your home network and the Internet.
To order by phone: Call 800-247-6557 with these Numbers:
Serial Number: PMII followed by ten digits.
The Catalog-Track Numbers
DO NOT change your Cart after placing the order!
Releasing Purchased Music from the Cart
You will receive a “Release Key” number via Email once your order is processed at QRS. Usually within 48 hours.
Go to Play Piano / Sample Library / Cart
Press the “Enter Release Key” button.
Touch the “Enter Key” box to open your keypad.
Enter the 3 digit code you received from QRS.
Press the “Release Music” button.
The music will be added to your Play Piano lists.
Purchasing Music From a Playlist
You can purchase and release Playlists.
Follow the instructions use to purchase and release music from the Cart.
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...Purchasing and Releasing Music
For smaller “phone” orders, ALBUMS ONLY, called in to QRS it is easier to use the Unlock Content page
to release the music. After QRS processes your order you will receive an email or phone call with the
“Release Key” needed to unlock the music from your order.
Unlock Content
Unlocks Albums; QRS Music Packages and Special Features.
Go To: Play Piano / Unlock Content…
Enter the Catalog # “Enter Number Here”
Press the “Enter Code” button…
Enter the Release Key “Enter Release Key”
Press the “Release Music” Button.
Released music will be added to your song list.
Buy Music
Go to the “Buy Music” page for shortcuts to the Playlists, Sample Library and Unlock Content pages.
Playlists
Sample Library
Unlock Content
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Playlists
Create a Playlist:
To create a playlist just touch the gray circle next to the song title. The circle turns green.
You may continue to select songs for the playlist or...
1 Press “Quick Save” to save you current selections with the default name (Playlist_#.Pls).
2 Press “Save As...” to save your playlist with the name you choose.
3 Press “Save To...” to save the song to an existing playlist.
4 Press the “Clear” button, before saving, to uncheck all of your current selections.
Play songs from a Playlist:
Press “Playlist” in the left or at the bottom of the page.
Open a playlist by touching the playlist name and make your song selection from the list.
To Purchase Music from the playlist
See “Purchasing and Releasing Music
To Remove a song from the playlist.
Press the green circle next to the song and Save.
Add songs to an existing Playlist:
Open a playlist and select Add More Music”
Make you music selection and press the “Quick Save” button.
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Record a Song
The QRS PNOscan other record system must be installed on the piano.
Select the Record option.
Press the Red Record button.
Begin playing the piano when
the “Recording” box appears.
Press the “Stop” button when you are finished recording.
A new song will appear in the Record window.
Press the newly created file to play.
Record Settings
Stop
Play
Record
Master volume sets to 50
(75%) when the Record
button is pressed.
Delete Recording
Opens up the recording in certain
music software programs if PMII is
connected to a computer via the
USB Client port.
With the “Event Trigger”
ON, recording begins when
the first key is pressed.
Record Source - Select which port you are recording from:
PNOscan
The QRS PNOscan sensor strip under the piano keys.
MIDI Port A MIDI device connected to the 5-Pin MIDI IN port.
USB MIDI A computer w/software connected to the USB Client port.
Turn OFF to keep PNOscan key information from exiting the 5-Pin
MIDI OUT socket. Eliminates “Looping”.
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Practice
The QRS PNOscan or other record system must be installed on the piano.
The QRS “Stop Rail” should be installed for the Silent Practice to be effective.
Headphones are required to “Practice in Silence”
The Stop Rail stops the piano hammers from striking the strings.
Pull Lever to Engage the QRS Stop Rail to silence the acoustic piano.
Plug Headphones to the PLx box.
Select the “Practice” and then “Silent Practice”. Silent Practice Mutes the Speakers.
Select the Piano sound, or any other “Synth” sound in the list.
The sound that you chose will be heard through the headphones as you play the piano.
Adjust the “Synth Volume” if necessary.
Select “Perform” to hear the “Synth” sound through the piano speaker instead of the headphones.
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PNOcloud
Saves your recordings to the Internet, access from anywhere
Requires a record system and PMII in Network Mode
Setup
Create:
1 Select “Record” from the PMII Menu
1 Select “Record” from the Record Menu
2 Select the “Floppy Disc” Icon
2 Select “Record” and Play
3 Select “Create or View PNOcloud” account link
3 Select “Stop” when finished recording
4 Select “Sign Up”
4 Select the “Floppy Disc” Icon and Log In
5 Fill out the form…
5 Select the PNOcloud button that appears
...or just go to www.pnocloud.com directly
6 Select “OK” at the confirmation window
7 Log In to PNOcloud to play the file from PC
Record Defaults
Auto Save: The recorded song is named automatically when saved.
Default Record Artist: The user names the song when saved.
Hide Record Window: Hides the Record option.
Source/PNOscan: Select to record, to PMII, from the QRS PNOscan II record strip.
Source/MIDI Port(5-Pin): Select to record, to PMII, from a MIDI device connected to the 5-Pin MIDI IN port.
Source/USB MIDI: Select to record, to PMII, from a computer connected to the USB Client port.
Tempo: Change the tempo of the recorded song.
Transpose: Transpose the “Key Signature” of a recorded song.
Routing/PNOscan to 5-Pin MIDI: The MIDI data from the QRS PNOscan II re cord strip is also sent to the 5-Pin MIDI Out port.
Routing/PNOscan to USB MIDI: The MIDI data from the QRS PNOscan II re cord strip is also sent to the USB Client port.
Tempo/Beats Per Minute: Record tempo
Lead-In Measures: Empty measures counted before recording begins when Event Trigger is Off.
Event Trigger: Recording does not begin until a key is pressed.
Metronome Enable: An audible Click-Track is heard through the speakers.
Click Volume: Sets the volume of the “Click-Track.
Sing-Along
Select Play Piano / Genre / Sing-Along to sing along with the music.
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USB Drive
Play MIDI or MP3 files from a USB Drive.
When a USB drive, with MIDI or MP3, is plugged into the USB port the source will change to USB Drive.
External Inputs
Press External Input to play from one of the four external source options.
AUX Line In: Connect Qsync, your MP3 or CD player to the Audio jack #1.
QRS Controller: Connect your Ancho or Petine to the “QRS Controller” socket on the PMII chassis.
MIDI In 5-Pin: Connect your Record System, Qsync or other MIDI device to the MIDI In port of PMII.
MIDI In USB Client: Connect your Computer with MIDI software to the USB Client port of PMII.
QRS Controllers:
CD2000
Petine
Ancho
Chili
Serenade Pro
QRS Controller
MIDI In 5-Pin
[Connect to Record System, Qsync or other MIDI device]
AUX In [Connect to external Qsync, CD or MP3 player]
MIDI In USB Client [Connect to computer]
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Clock
Set the PMII Clock
PLx Light Intensity
LED Intensity: Controls the intensity of the lights in the Pin-Light Extension (PLx) box.
Language
Select a language for the Menu and Voice Prompts:
Menu choices: English, Simplified Chinese, Dutch or French
Voice Prompt Choices: English, Simplified Chinese, Dutch
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ON/OFF Scheduling
Schedule the piano to automatically play from a selected Playlist any day and time of the week.
Go to ON/OFF Scheduling and select “Add New”
Select:
Start and End Times
Day of Week
Playlist or Songs
Select a Playlist or Songs
Name the Scheduled Event
Activate the Scheduled Event
Save Changes & Exit
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Playback Parameters
Invert Keyboard: Shown OFF, for Grand's
Reverses the direction of play, usually on, as shown, for upright pianos.
Magic Pedal: Shown “OFF”
Lowest Key: Set to 5 for 80 note systems and 1 for 88 note installations.
Lowest Note: Refers to MIDI.
Set to 25 for 80 note installations.
Transpose: Set to 0.
MIDI Out Delay: Sets the piano delay of the 5-Pin MIDI Out socket. Default = 500.
Solenoid Delay (Ms): Sets the piano delay to the driver boards. Default = 500.
All other settings are reserved for QRS system set-up and should not be changed by user.
Restore to Default: Resets all Playback Parameters to Factory settings
Apply Changes: Press to save any changes that were made.
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Curves
Tweak the Output Velocity as the Input Velocity increases.
Separate curves for Piano Playback, Record and 5-Pin MIDI OUT.
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Pin-Light Extension [PLx] Light Patterns
PLx Button
[Play/Pause/Standby/Reboot]
and IR Remote Sensor
Power
Green
Power
Power to Solenoids
System
Power to Electronics
Network
Yellow
Red
Green
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Red
Green
Mode
Music Source
Yellow
MIDI
MIDI Data to Solenoids
Green
Red
Green
AMI
Play / Stop
Standby
Reboot
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Yellow
System Network
Mode
MIDI
AMI
Solid: Power Supply’s Hi Light is ON
[Power to Solenoids and Speaker]
Flashing: MIDI Data Detected - Piano should be playing
Solid: Standby: PMII=ON, “Hi” Power=OFF waiting for ON command
Solid: Key or Pedal Solenoid Over-Current Shut Down
Solid: Power Supply’s “Lo” Power LED is ON, PLx initialized.
Blinks with QRS Remote Control Activity
Solid: Stand-Alone Mode
[PMII delivers 192.168.1.1 IP Address]
Solid: Network Mode
[PMII gets IP Address from Home Router]
Flashing - PMII is not getting an IP Address or not communicating with Wi-Fi
Solid:
SD Card or USB Drive
[Active after song has been selected]
1 Blink:
No SD Card or USB Memory Drive Detected
2 Blinks: Record Source
[Active after song has been selected]
3 Blinks: Test Files
[Active after song has been selected]
1 Blink:
External: Auxiliary Line In
Solid:
External: QRS Controller
3 Blinks:
2 Blinks:
External: MIDI IN 5-Pin
External: MIDI IN USB Client
Solid: Keyscan/Primary 10-pin connection to PNOscan II (Record)
Flashing: MIDI traffic from record system
Solid: No Keyscan/Primary 10-pin connection to PNOscan II (Record)
Flashing: 5-pin MIDI traffic
Solid: Decoding MIDI Data
Solid: No MIDI Data detected
Flashing: Audio pass-thru [Including Voice Prompts]
Pin-Light Extension [PLx] Button Functions
When the 1st light is green…
...press to play the selected song.
...press again to stop playback.
Press and Hold for 8 seconds…
...yellow lights will can left…
...release when just the 1st light is yellow.
Press and Hold for 15 seconds…
...yellow lights will scan left then right
...release when the 1st three lights are yellow.
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User Guide
QRS Remote Control Functions
For most of you who use a wireless device, such as the iPad, to control PNOmation II the QRS
Remote Control gets little use. The remote can be used to play the piano but, without a display it’s
impossible to pick a specific song from the extensive QRS Music Library. Although it could be
used for systems without the built-in library of music. You could purchase individual albums on a
USB memory drive and plug it into the USB port on the front of the piano. The system would
announce “USB…” and you could press the Play button on the remote to play the album.
For systems in “Network Mode,” there ARE a few reasons to have the remote:
SHIFT / 3 will announce the iP address
SHIFT / 9 / 9 / 0 will set the system to Stand Alone Mode
SHIFT / 9 / 9 / 1 will set the system to Network Mode
SD
Music Source
SHIFT
Press “SHIFT” and a button below.
Demo
Future Option
RADIO
Future Option
PWR
Power ON/OFF
TEST
Test Music Files
USB
Music Source
D OFF
Future Option
MIDI IN
Music Source
SPDIF
Future Option
P LIST
Future Option
AUX
Play Music from External Source at Audio Port #1
AUD UP / DN
Audio Volume - Offset
MSTR UP / DN
Master Volume
Adjusts Piano & Audio Levels
PNO UP / DN
Piano Volume - Offset

Key Calibration
SET
Future Option
A
Future Option
DYN
Future Option
MUTE AUD
Numbers 0-9
ENTER
ALIGN
Future Option
B
Previous Song
MUTE PNO
Mute Audio
Future Option
Mute Piano

Play Music
ADD
Future Option

Next Song
COPY
Future Option
INFO
Current IP Address
STAT
Future Option
PSET
Future Option
RESET
Future Option
FUNC
Use with SHIFT and Number Buttons for Special
Features
PGM
Future Option
RAND
Future Option
VOICE
Future Option
PRAC
Future Option

Stop Music
II
Pause Music
REC
Record a Song
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PMII Upgrade Kit Installation Instructions
81525
PMII Upgrade Kit
80108
79226
80124
PLx - Pin-Light Port Extender Package
8012406 1 PLx Unit: Lights, IR Sensor; Stereo & USB Ports; Microphone; Button
50126
2 Cable: USB A Male to USB 5-Pin Mini B [1 for computer connection to PMII]
50128
2 Cable: Audio [1/8” Male to 1/8” Male] 6.5’
50141
1 Cable: USB Male A to USB Male B
79232
790185B
1 Cable: 72” Six-Pin Ribbon [Black]
50145
35271
2 Adapter [1/8”]
4 Screw
Portable Wireless Assembly TP-Link TL-WR702N
Universal USB power adapter (Out: +5V/1A, In:100V~120V)
Cable: USB
Cable: RJ45 Ethernet
50074
70204
81529
Package Contents
PNOmation II Processor Assembly
80108A
1 PMII Processor Only
990026
1 Cable: Speaker [1/8” stereo plug to two RCA]
70213
1 Cable [6” - RCA M Plug - 2 RCA F Jacks]
80109
2 Mounting brackets [New - Metal]
37322
4 Screws: Mounting
SD Card with the QRS Music Library
TL-WR702N
Velcro Strip [Use to attach Wi-Fi to beam or back post]
5 Cable Ties
30403
1 Screw Driver [Right-Angled Phillips #2 to remove old processor]
70208
3 Clamp [Wave Shaped Ribbon]
70585
3 Screws for Clamp [6x1/2”]
30409
1 Screw Driver [Snub-Nosed Phillips]
70152
1 Cable: 10’ MIDI
7921706
1 Cable: 10-Pin [Use with 10-Pin Coupler to extend PNOscan cable to PMII]
8152503
1 Coupler: 10-Pin
81525i
1 PMII Upgrade Instructions
PMII MIDI Upgrade Kit
Package Contents
81525
PMII Upgrade Kit - See above
8152905
PMII Upgrade Kit to PMII MIDI Upgrade Kit Conversion
70166
2 Adapter: MIDI Barrel Connector
990026
Cable: Speaker [1/8” stereo plug to two RCA]
8152511
Power Adapter [Power supply for PMII after 0813] [
8152501 for older PMII]
2007116 2 Cable: 6’ MIDI
73398
70388
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PMII Big Button Remote
4 AAA Batteries
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PMII MIDI Kit Installation Instructions - 81529
Test before mounting and always connect power to PMII last! The PNOmation II processor can be
used as a MIDI file player to control other player piano systems. Except for the power adapter and MIDI
cable the 81529 PMII MIDI kit connects the same as the 81525 PMII Upgrade for QRS player systems.
1] Follow the numbered steps below and connect the components.
2] If installed, connect the record system to PMII. See the next page for details.
3] See the “Wirelessly Connect…” Section of this guide and connect to the system.
4] Perform the “MIDI Out Key Adjust / MIDI Kit #81529 ” procedures in the next section.
5] Mount Components to the piano
Connecting to PianoDisc
PLx Rear
2] Connect PLx Ribbon Cable to KEYSCAN
ALT
1] Insert
SD Card
5] Connect MIDI
4] Audio #3 to
Speaker System
3] Connect TP-Link
Ethernet Cable
Amplified Speaker
Mixed Audio
to Speaker
6] Connect TP-Link
to AC Power
From Audio Out of
PianoDisc
7] Connect Speaker to AC Power
PMII
Power Adapter
9 Volts DC
1200mA
Center Positive
To the MIDI IN of
PianoDisc, Disklavier or LX System
PianoDisc
Rail
LAST STEP Connect PMII’s AC/DC Power Adapter
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PMII MIDI Kit Installation Instructions - 81529
Connecting Record Systems to PMII
PNOmation II can record, internally, from the following ports:
KEYSCAN PRIMARY [Only from the QRS PNOscan II System] Set PMII Record Source to PNOscan.
5-Pin MIDI IN [Any device that send MIDI] Set PMII Record Source to MIDI Port (5-Pin).
USB Client [Computer sending MIDI via a USB port] Set Record Source to USB MIDI.
From Computer
PNOscan II is built into PMII and you have two options:
1] Unplug the 10-Pin Primary Port cable from PNOscan II
and reconnect it to the KEYSCAN PRIMARY port on PMII.
Discard the PNOscan box shown below.
2] Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI OUT of PNOscan II
to the MIDI IN of PMII and keep the blue PNOscan box.
QRS PNOscan II
Other record systems.
Connect the MIDI OUT from the Record System to the
MIDI IN on PMII.
Select the MDI Port (5-Pin) Record Source on PMII.
Gulbransen KS1 or other MIDI Record
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PMII MIDI Kit Installation Instructions - 81529
MIDI Out Key Adjust / MIDI Kit #81529
This procedure is used when the PMII MIDI Kit #81529 is connected to a piano with a non-QRS player
system. In these installations the only connection from the PMII processor to the piano is via the 5-Pin MIDI
Out socket. PMII MIDI Out to the MIDI In of the other player system.
The non-QRS player system attached to the piano must be in good working order and the key force
settings adjusted. The following “Midi Out Min Vel:” key adjustments cannot soften the volume of the keys
softer than the player system’s key force settings.
The key adjustment sets the minimum force for each key.
There is no “save” button. Your changes are automatically saved to memory.
Press “System Setup”, Performance Setup” and then “Key Adjust”
Piano key #5 should begin to repeat.
The Legato and Staccato adjustments are only used with QRS player systems.
Touch one of the “-” buttons in the
“Midi Out Min Vel” row so that
“Less & “More” appear.
Legato and Staccato only adjust
Driver Ports A or B.
Turn “Global” ON and set the “Midi
Out Min Vel” force to 1. Turn
“Global” OFF.
Readjust the “Midi Out Min Vel”
force level for each key. Adjust so
each key plays as softly as possible.
The “Midi Out Min Vel:” adjustments will NOT display if the “Invert Keyboard” switch is ON.
Previous Key / Key Number / Next Key
MIDI Out Min Vel: Adjust so key plays as softly as possible.
“Extend”: Sets the Force value “displayed” to all notes upscale.
Global
Clicking “More” or “Less” increases or decreases the force for ALL Keys.
Entering a number in the force box sets the Key Force value entered to ALL Keys.
Chromatic Scale: Down/Up. Use as a final test.
Please press the EXIT button when finished. Otherwise the note will continue to play.
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PMII Upgrade Kit Installation Instructions - 81525
1
Remove the Existing Pianomation Processor
Turn OFF the player system and unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet.
Locate the Pianomation processor. It’s within a foot of the power supply.
The power supply is a black box the size of a loaf of bread.
- GRAND - the processor is mounted to a beam under the soundboard area.
The cables from
these two processor
types will connect
directly to PMII
- UPRIGHT - remove the lower panel to gain access to the power supply.
Lower
Flip the ON/OFF switch on the power supply to the OFF position.
Old Style
Current Style
Disconnect all of the cables from the old Pianomation processor.
- TO POWER SUPPLY
- TO CD/USER INTERFACE [To User Box]
- TO SOLENOID RAIL [To Driver Boards] This ribbon cable may be held in by two small screws.
Older processors, part # 70100 - circa 1992-1997, use a different type of “To Driver Boards”
connector needed to connect the new processor to the driver boards located at the solenoid rail.
Order part # 811433
If you have the processor type shown below you must replace the cable.
Old style cable won’t
connect to PMII
Remove the old Pianomation processor and brackets from the piano by removing the 4 screws.
Disconnect all cables and Remove the old Controller from the piano.
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2
Mount and Connect the New PMII Processor
Mounting the new PNOmation II processor to the piano.
When upgrading a current system, place the new processor in the same location as the original.
On a new system installation with record, place the processor in a location where all of the cables will reach:
Driver Port B - To Driver Boards
Power Supply
Keyscan Primary - To the record system’s Soft-Shift circuit board.
Position it so that the connectors are easily accessible.
The mounting brackets are attached to the processor when shipped.
Secure the new PMII processor to the piano with the screws provided.
Mounting Brackets
Connect these cables to the new PNOmation II processor.
- “DRIVER Port B” This is the 1-1/2” flat gray cable going to the driver boards
- “POWER SUPPLY” This is the 3/4” flat gray cable going to the power supply
- “KEYSCAN PRIMARY” - QRS PNOscan Record Systems Only -
White flat cable coming from the record system’s Soft-Shift circuit board and it may be connected
into the PNOscan II interface under the piano keybed. If so, disconnect it from the PNOscan interface.
Front and rear views of this PNOscan II unit is shown at the bottom of this page.
Driver Port B
Power Supply
The TUSB control box for the PNOscan II record system,
shown here, is not needed with the new PNOmation II
system. If you’re upgrading an existing QRS Pianomation
system with PNOscan II record, disconnect the flat white
cable (black on newer units) from the Primary Port and
plug it into the Pianomation II Controller’s Keyscan
Primary port. The silver “contact” side of the cable faces
away from the word “Primary”.
PNOscan II Record [TUSB]
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Back
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PMII Upgrade Kit Installation Instructions - 81525
3
Mount and Connect the Pin-Light Extension - PLx
The Pin-Light Extension serves several functions:
Six lights will display valuable information about your system.
The built-in IR Sensor will allow you to use your existing QRS Remote to control PMII.
USB A- USB Mini B & 1/8” stereo jacks extend the ports from PMII to an accessible position on the piano.
The button is for Play / Stop / Standby and Reset.
Mount the PLx unit under the keybed at the treble side of the piano.
IR Sensor for QRS
remote control access
Connect one end of the 6-pin flat ribbon cable to the PMII’s “ALT” port. The black side of the cable faces the word “ALT”
Connect the other end of the 6-pin flat ribbon cable to the PLx connector. Connect so the black side faces the ceiling.
Connect the USB A Male cable to one of the USB Host sockets on the PMII.
Connect the other end of the cable, USB 5-Pin Mini B, to back of the PLx.
PMII Updates &
Music Source
Connect the USB B Male cable to the “USB Client” port o the PMII.
Computer
Connect the other end of this cable, USB A Male, to the back of the PLx.
Connect one end of a 1/8” audio cable to the PMII’s Audio #1 socket.
Audio #1
Connect the other end [Use Adapter] to the last 1/8” socket of the PLx. PMII External [AUX Line Input] Source.
AUX Line In
Connect to home stereo system. Mixes Synth Piano with Audio.
Audio #2
NOT YET Functional [As of Driver Version 3.91]
Mixed Output
Main Audio Output
Audio #3
QRS Speaker
Connect one end of a 1/8” audio cable to the PMII’s Audio #4 socket.
Audio #4
Connect the other end [Use Adapter] to the remaining 1/8” socket of the PLx.
Headphone
Use
ON/Standby Button
Play / Stop / Reset
PLx Rear
An additional USB A to USB Mini B
cable is provided for user to connect
to computer for recording purposes.
PLx Front
A record system is required.
Lights: Power/System/Network/Mode/MIDI/AMI
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4
Mount and Connect the Wi-Fi Adapter and Speaker
Connect the Ethernet cable from the Wi-Fi device to the Ethernet port on the PMII processor.
Connect the Wi-Fi Power Adapter to the Un-Switched outlet on the power supply.
Using the Velcro strip supplied, attach the wireless unit to the piano .
Connect your powered speaker to Audio #3 jack. Use the 1/8” stereo-to-RCA cable provided.
Plug the AC power cord into the AC wall outlet.
Turn the power supply switch ON.
The system will power on...
QRS PMII Processor
TP-Link Wi-Fi
Amplified Speaker
Wi-Fi Power
Adapter
To Un-Switched Outlet
AC Wall
Outlet
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User Guide
5
Verify Operation - Wirelessly Connect to PMII and Power ON
Check the status of the system by looking at the lights on the PLx box.
If all of the lights are off, the power is probably disconnected
Plug the AC power cord into a wall outlet and flip ON Power Supply switch.
When the piano is plugged into the AC wall outlet….
The lights will scan while the operating system loads and the music is indexed.
Stand By - #1 light is yellow.
No power to move the keys and the speaker is off.
Low Voltage Power - #2 light must be green for the system to operate.
If it’s yellow the system has shut down and you must recycle the power.
Stand Alone Mode- #3 light is green.
All units are shipped from the QRS factory in “Stand Alone” mode.
If #3 light is yellow, and the #2 is green, the system is in Network Mode use a QRS remote to change to Stand-Alone.
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0
The third light should be green.
Press SHIFT INFO to confirm the 192.168.1.1 address.
Connecting into PMII - Two Steps
Wirelessly connect your device to the piano’s Wi-Fi Adapter.
iPod Touch / iPhone / iPad
Go to Settings / Wi-Fi
Select “QRSPNO ####”
1
Computer [Windows 7 example shown]
Click on your Wireless Network Connection Icon.
Select “QRSPNO ####”
Android
Go to Settings / Wireless Networks / Wi-Fi
Connect to “QRSPNO ####”
QRSPNO ###
Enter 192.168.1.1 or qrspno.local in the address box of your browser window, then refresh the browser.
iPod Touch / iPhone / iPad
Safari
2
Computer
Use Google Chrome
Android
Press the “Power ON” button.
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Performance Setup
6
Key Adjust
If this is a MIDI Upgrade Kit go to the “MIDI Out Key Adjust” page.
The “MIDI” kits (81529) do not have a cable connected to the PMII “DRIVER PORT B” socket.
The key adjustment sets the minimum force for each key.
There is no “save” button. Your changes are automatically saved to memory.
Press “System Setup”, Performance Setup”, “Key Adjust” and then “Start”.
Piano key #5 should begin to repeat. [Key #1 for 88 note systems]
You must adjust the Legato AND Staccato Force levels for each key.
Set the Legato adjustment first.
Previous Key / Key Number / Next Key
Key “Force”: Legato & Staccato. Adjust so key plays as softly as possible.
“Extend”: Sets the Force value “displayed” to all notes upscale.
Global
Clicking “More” or “Less” increases or decreases the force for ALL Keys.
Entering a number in the force box sets the Key Force value entered to ALL Keys.
Chromatic Scale: Down/Up. Use as a final test.
Please press the EXIT button when finished. Otherwise the note will continue to play.
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Performance Setup
7
Pedal Adjust
This procedure is not necessary on systems that do not have a sustain pedal solenoid, usually on uprights .
Press “System Setup”, Performance, “Pedal Adjust” and slide the “Start/Stop Test” button to the right.
The sustain pedal solenoid and the sustain dampers should start to cycle ON and OFF.
Turn OFF the “Thump Reduction” by sliding the button to the left.
Press the “-” buttons to set the “Initial Drive” and “Hold” values to zero.
Watch the sustain dampers and press the Initial Drive’s “+” button until the dampers move off the strings.
Then, press the Hold “+” button until the dampers lift up and hold off of the strings.
Turn ON the “Thump Reduction” to pulse the solenoid as it’s release to break it’s fall and reduce noise.
Adjust the release up and down until the solenoid drops quietly.
Stop the adjustment by sliding the “Start/Stop Test” button to the left.
8
Test Files
Press “System Setup”, Performance Setup, “Test Files”
Select “PedalKeySync.MID to test your pedal adjustment.
Check out other test files.
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Performance Setup
9
PNOscan Adjust
The following adjustments are necessary after the initial PNOscan installation or when the system isn’t
recording properly.
Select System Setup, Record Setup and then PNOscan Adjust.
Press the Calibrate button.
The “PNOscan Adjustment Started” box will appear.
At this point the previous calibration has been cleared.
To calibrate the PNOscan key sensors you’re going to play each key, in sequence, starting at the bass
end of the keyboard. Watch the MIDI light on the PLx box and press the first bass-end key.
The light will flicker red indicating that the key is set.
Release the key and proceed up the keyboard.
Move to the next key when the PLx light flashes.
MIDI
Press OK when finished.
Adjust the Sustain Pedal.
Click the arrow to the right of the Trigger button.
Verify that the Sustain Mode is Basic.
Wait for changes in the Rest, Down and Trigger values as you make adjustments.
Press the Rest button.
Depress the sustain pedal and press the Down button.
Release the pedal and depress until the strings sustain.
Hold the pedal and press the Trigger button.
Pedals
Soft
Sostenuto Sustain
Adjust the Soft Pedal.
Follow the same procedures above with the soft pedal.
No adjustments are necessary for the Sostenuto pedal.
The PNOscan adjustments are complete.
Continue to the User Guide on the next page.
Always put the system in Standby Mode when you are finished for the day.
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Wi-Fi Configurations
Please update PMII to the latest Driver version before switching modes.
See the “Updating the Driver “Operating System” [OS Update]” section of this manual for details.
Both PMII AND the Wi-Fi device must be programmed to switch modes.
No connection to the Internet, wirelessly connect to the TP-Link (SSID = QRSPNO) and PM II delivers control on Google
Chrome, or Safari, at the IP Address of 192.168.1.1. PM II and the users Wi-Fi device communicate only with each other.
Stand Alone
#3 Light = Green
The wi-fi device is programmed to connect to the users home network. PM II gets IP Address from the local router.
The advantage is that the Wi-Fi control device can be connected to the Internet and still control PM II.
Network
#3 Light = Yellow
TP - Link
WR702N
79232
Do NOT press the reset button on the TP-Link
Stand Alone to Network Mode
The TP-Link will NOT connect to a 5GHz home router
Windows 7 & Google Chrome
iPad; iPhone; iPod/Touch & Safari
Windows 7 & Google Chrome
Network to Stand Alone Mode
iPad; iPhone; iPod/Touch & Safari
Windows 7 & Google Chrome
Stand Alone Mode after a TP-Link Reset
EnGenius
ETR9330
iPad; iPhone; iPod/Touch & Safari
Stand Alone Mode:
Windows 7 & Google Chrome
79224
ASUS
WL330N3G
79224
ASUS
WL330gE
79224
Network Mode:
Stand Alone Mode
Network Mode
Stand Alone Mode
Network Mode
TRENDnet
Stand Alone ONLY
Android Device
Settings / Wireless Networks / Wi-Fi Settings / Connect to “QRSPNO”
Press the more button and select Advanced.
Select “Use Static IP” and enter the same numbers as for Apple products above.
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Configure the TP-Link: “Stand Alone” to “Network” Mode
Change to Network Mode: Connect to PMII and Go to...
System Setup/ Other Settings / Network Settings
Turn OFF DHCP Server Enable (Standalone)
Turn ON Static IP(off) or DHCP Client(on)
Press the Apply Changes Button
Press Yes to confirm and Press Yes again.
[Windows 7 Google Chrome Example]
From a QRS Remote Control
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 1
#3 PLx light = solid yellow
You will be Disconnected form PMII
Set a Static IP on your computer
A Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
B Connect to the QRSPNO Stand Alone
C
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over active Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
Select Use the following IP address and enter:
G
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.0.1
Press the OK button, wait... and Close all windows
Open Google Chrome and navigate to 192.168.0.254
Enter admin as the User Name and Password
Press the Log In button to open the “TP-Link” Menu
Select the WAN option below “Network”
If unavailable continue to Quick Save below...
Enter the following:
WAN Connection Type = Static IP
IP address = 192.168.1.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS = 192.168.0.254
Click Save
Click Quick Setup and then Click Next
Select Bridge Mode and then Click Next
Click the Survey button
Click Connect for the SSID of the network you wish to join
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Network
Set Channel to Auto
Select Security Options WEP or WPA to match your network
Enter your network Password in the “Password” box
Click Next
If prompted, change the channel to the one provided
Press OK
Click Next
Select Disable Security
Click Next
Click Reboot
Click OK
Restart - Wait for the TP-Link to finish and restart
Close Google Chrome when 100% Complete
C
This dialog may indicate a connection
problem. If you can’t connect, repeat
the process and check your Password.
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over the Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
Connect to your home network
PLx light # 3 should be YELLOW.
The TP-Link is now linked to your home network and ready for “Network Mode” on the PMII.
If you did not hear the IP address press SHIFT and then INFO on the QRS remote control.
Open Safari or Google Chrome and enter the IP address heard from the speaker.
Select Obtain an IP address automatically
G Press the OK button, wait a few seconds
Close all windows
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Configure the TP-Link: “Stand Alone” to “Network” Mode
Change PMI to Network Mode
From an iPod/Touch, iPhone or iPad Go to...
System Setup/ Other Settings / Network Settings
Turn OFF DHCP Server Enable (Standalone)
Turn ON Static IP(off) or DHCP Client(on)
Press the Apply Changes Button
Press Yes to confirm
Press Yes again.
or
From a QRS Remote Control
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 1
Third light flashes red/green and then solid yellow
You will be Disconnected form PMII
Set a Static IP Address on your iTouch, iPhone or iPad
Select Settings and then Wi-Fi, Turn ON if necessary
Select and Connect to QRSPNO Stand Alone
QRSPNO Stand Alone
QRSPNO Stand Alone
Select the Blue Circle to the right of QRSPNO Network
Select Static
Enter the following:
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Router = 192.168.0.254
DNS = 192.168.0.254
HTTP Proxy should be OFF
Go back to your home screen…
Select the Safari browser
Enter the following address:
192.168.0.254 and press “Go”
Enter admin as the User Name and Password
Press Log In
Press Quick Setup
Press Next
Press Bridge Mode
Press Next
Press the Survey button
Click Connect next to the network that you wish to join
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Network
Set Channel to Auto
Select the Security Option type of your home network
Enter your Network Password
Click Next
You may be asked to change the channel
Note Channel #
Press OK and Change the Channel
Press OK and then click Next
Select Disable Security
Click Next
Click Reboot
Click OK to confirm
The TP-Link is now linked to your home network and ready for “Network Mode” on the PMII.
If you did not hear the IP address press SHIFT and then INFO on the QRS remote control.
You may have to reboot PMII by unplugging from AC power and reconnecting.
Open Safari enter the IP address heard from the speaker.
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[iPad & Safari Example]
Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Configure the TP-Link: “Network” to “Stand Alone” Mode [Windows 7 & Google Chrome Example]
Set a Static IP on your computer
A Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
B Connect to the QRSPNO Network
C
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over active Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
Select Use the following IP address and enter:
G
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.0.1
Press the OK button, wait and Close all windows
Open Google Chrome and navigate to 192.168.0.254
Enter admin as the User Name and Password
Press the Log In button
Click Quick Setup
Click Next
Select Router Mode
Click Next
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Stand Alone
Set Channel to Auto
Under Security Options: Select Disable Security
Click Next
Under WAN Connection Type select Static IP
Click “Next”
Enter the following:
WAN Connection Type = Static IP
IP address = 192.168.1.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS = 192.168.0.254
Click Next or Save
Click Reboot
Click OK
Restart - Wait for the TP-Link to finish and restart
Close Google Chrome when 100% Complete
On the QRS PNOmation II remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence:
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0 - The third light should be green.
Press SHIFT INFO to Confirm the IP address.
C
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over the Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
Select Obtain an IP address automatically
G Press the OK button, wait a few seconds
Close all windows
The device is ready for Stand-Alone Mode on the PMII
Connect to the QRSPNO Stand Alone
Open Google Chrome and Navigate to 192.168.1.1
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Configure the TP-Link: “Network” to “Stand Alone” Mode [iPad & Safari Example]
Set a Static IP Address on your iTouch, iPhone or iPad
Select Settings and then Wi-Fi, Turn ON if necessary
Select and connect to QRSPNO Network
Select the Blue Circle to the right of QRSPNO Network
Select Static
Enter the following:
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Router = 192.168.0.254
DNS = 192.168.0.254
HTTP Proxy should be OFF
Go back to your home screen…
Select the Safari browser
Enter the following address:
192.168.0.254 and press “Go”
Enter “admin” as the User Name and Password
Press the “Log In” button
Click Quick Setup
Click Next
Select Router Mode
Click Next
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Stand Alone
Set Channel to Auto
Under Security Options: Select Disable Security
Click Next
Under WAN Connection Type select Static IP
Click “Next”
Enter the following:
WAN Connection Type = Static IP
IP address = 192.168.1.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS = 192.168.0.254
Click Next or Save
Click Reboot
Click OK
Restart - Wait for the TP-Link to finish and restart
Close browser when 100% complete
On the QRS PNOmation II remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0
The third light should be green
Press SHIFT INFO to confirm the 192.168.1.1 address
The device is now ready for “Stand-Alone Mode” on the PMII.
Select Settings and then Wi-Fi on your iPad, iPhone or iTouch.
Select and Connect to QRSPNO Stand Alone
Open Safari and enter 192.168.1.1
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Recover the TP-Link: to “Stand Alone” after a TP-Link Reset [Windows 7 Google Chrome Example]
The TP-Link has been pre-programmed by QRS so it’s not necessary to reset it. But, if the SSID name shown on the back
of the TP-Link appears in your wireless network connection list, it’s been reset. To reset the TP-Link, press and hold the
“Reset” button on the side of the TP-Link for 8 seconds, or until the light blinks at lease 3 times.
Set a Static IP on your computer
A Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
B
Connect to the TP-LINK
TP-LINK_9A4203 in our example
You may be asked for the password on the back of the TP-Link
Enter the Password from the back or the TP-Link
Press the Log In button
C
C19A4203
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over active Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
Select Use the following IP address and enter:
G
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 192.168.0.1
Press the OK button, wait and Close all windows
Open Google Chrome and navigate to 192.168.0.254
Enter admin as the User Name and Password
Press the Log In button
Click Quick Setup
Click Next
Select Router Mode
Click Next
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Stand Alone
Set Channel to Auto
Under Security Options: Select Disable Security
Click Next
Under WAN Connection Type select Static IP
Click “Next”
Enter the following:
WAN Connection Type = Static IP
IP address = 192.168.1.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS = 192.168.0.254
Click Next or Save
Click Reboot
Click OK
Restart - Wait for the TP-Link to finish and restart
Close Google Chrome when 100% Complete
On the QRS PNOmation II remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence:
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0 - The third light should be green
Press SHIFT INFO to Confirm the IP address.
C
Left-Click on the network signal strength indicator
Select Open Network and Sharing Center
D Select Change Adapter Settings
E
Right-Click over the Wireless Network Connection
Select Properties
F
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Select Properties
G
Select Obtain an IP address automatically
Press the OK button, wait... and Close all windows
The device is ready for Stand-Alone Mode on the PMII
Connect to the QRSPNO Stand Alone
Open Google Chrome and Navigate to 192.168.1.1
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Recover the TP-Link: to “Stand Alone: after a TP-Link Reset [iPad & Safari Example]
The TP-Link has been pre-programmed by QRS so it’s not necessary to reset it. But, if the SSID name shown on the back
of the TP-Link appears in your wireless network connection list, it’s been reset. To reset the TP-Link, press and hold the
“Reset” button on the side of the TP-Link for 8 seconds, or until the light blinks at lease 3 times.
Select Settings and then Wi-Fi on your iPad, iPhone or iTouch
Select and Connect to the TP-Link
TP-Link_50B880in our example
You may be asked for the TP-Link’s password.
It’s located on the back of the TP-Link.
Set a Static IP address on your iTouch, iPhone or iPad
Touch the blue circle to the right of the TP-Link
Enter the following:
IP address = 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Router = 192.168.0.254
DNS = 192.168.0.254
Go back to your home screen…
Select the Safari browser
Enter the following address:
192.168.0.254 and press Go
Enter admin as the User Name and Password
Press the “Log In” button.
Click Quick Setup
Click Next
Select Router Mode
Click Next
Change the SSID to QRSPNO Stand Alone
Set Channel to Auto
Under Security Options: Select Disable Security
Click Next
Under WAN Connection Type select Static IP
Click “Next”
Enter the following:
WAN Connection Type = Static IP
IP address = 192.168.1.5
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 192.168.1.1
Primary DNS = 192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS = 192.168.0.254
Click Next or Save
Click “Reboot”
Click “OK” to confirm.
The TP-Link will configure and restart.
On the QRS PNOmation II remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0
The third light should be green.
Press SHIFT INFO to confirm the 192.168.1.1 address.
The device is ready for Stand-Alone Mode on the PMII
Connect to the QRSPNO Stand Alone
Open Safari and Navigate to 192.168.1.1
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Reset the EnGenius ETR9330 to ” Stand Alone Mode [Windows 7 & Google Chrome Example]
Press and hold the WPS button for about 10 seconds. Release after the power button flashes a few times.
Connect to the EnGenius xxxx Wi-Fi device.
Open Google Chrome, Android browser, or Safari, and navigate to 192.168.0.1
Enter “admin” as the User Name and Password.
Press the “Log In” button.
Select Wireless
Enter “QRSPNO” for SSID1.
Press the “Apply” button.
Wait for the EnGenius to reload.
Connect to QRSPNO.
Open Google Chrome, Android browser, or Safari, and navigate to 192.168.0.1
Enter “admin” as the User Name and Password.
Press the “Log In” button.
Select System / LAN.
Select “User-Defined” option from the Secondary DNS drop down box.
[Can’t get to this setting using an iPad]
Enter “192.168.1.1” as the Secondary DNS address.
Press the “Apply” button and wait for EnGenius to reload.
Close browser.
On the QRS PNOmation II remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 0
The third light should be green.
Press SHIFT INFO to confirm the 192.168.1.1 address.
Verify that you are still connected to QRSPNO
Open your browser to 192.168.1.1 to connect to PMII.
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Wi-Fi Configurations
How to Configure the EnGenius ETR9330 to “Network” Mode [Windows 7 & Google Chrome Example]
You will need the following information from your home network:
Network Name (SSID)
Encryption Type
Key Type
Encryption Key
Using a QRS remote control:
Press the following buttons in sequence…
SHIFT FUNC 9 9 1 [F1/Source 9 9 1]
Third light flashes red/green and then solid yellow.
Connect to QR SPNO.
Open Google Chrome, Android browser, or Safari, and navigate to 192.168.0.1
Enter “admin” as the User Name and Password.
Press the “Log In” button.
Select “Wizard”.
Press the “Next” button.
Select “Client Bridge Mode”
Press the “Next” button.
Enter the Network Name (SSID) to match your home Wi-Fi device.
Click on the Encryption drop-down box and select mode to match your home Wi-Fi.
Select/Enter the following to match your home’s Wi-Fi device:
Encryption Type
Key Type
Encryption Key
Press the “Next” button.
Verify “Setup Successful”
Press the “Reboot” button.
Wait for system reboot.
Close browser.
Connect to your home network.
To repeat the IP address:
Press SHIFT and then INFO on the QRS PNOmation II remote.
Open Safari or Google Chrome and enter the IP address heard from the speaker.
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Wi-Fi Configurations
Configure the ASUS WL 330N3G to “Stand Alone” Mode
PNOmation II
Wireless
Computer
or
Android Device
Default Configuration
Set by QRS
Power
No access from home Network
ASUS 330N3G Wireless
All systems are shipped in Stand-Alone mode: [1] The PLx Network light is green and [2] you should see “QRSPNO ####” when
viewing your local Wi-Fi devices . These instructions are used to reset the PMII and the ASUS wireless to the default configuration.
For best results, go to qrsmusic.com. to download and install the latest PMII driver update. Instructions using Driver V3.66.
If the “Power” light is yellow, tap the PLx button once so that the light turns green.
Point the remote at the button on the PLx box. The “System” light will flash, w/ voice prompts, on remote control commands.
Using a QRS Remote: Press SHIFT then FUNC then 9 9 0.
If you have one of the smaller QRS remotes: press F1/Source then 9 9 0..
PLx
The PLx Network light should now be green.
Power
System
Network
Press and Hold the “Restore’ button, on the back of the ASUS, until the “power” light flashes at least 3 times.
DISCONNECT the Ethernet cable from PMII or the ASUS device.
View the available wireless devices using your iPad, iTouch, Android device or Wireless Computer.
If the ASUS was “restored” correctly you should see “ASUS” in your available Wi-Fi devices list.
Connect to the “ASUS” from the list and wait until a connection is established.
Apple devices may automatically open the Authentication screen when connection.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
If you are using an Android or a Computer and Google Chrome:
In your web browser, enter 192.168.1.1 in the URL address window.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
Click the Log In button.
Googl
Appl
Androi
The ASUS programming window opens.
Select Access Point.
Enter the “QRSPNO” in the Wireless name (SSID) field.
Our example uses QRSPNO Test
Click the APPLY button.
The ASUS will apply, save and restart with the new settings.
Close the browser window when 100% complete.
Reconnect the Ethernet cable.
Wait for the voice prompt to report: “Standby”...“Connected”...”IP Address is...192.168.1.1”. [Press FUNC INFO to repeat IP address]
You can now wirelessly connect to PNOmation II via the ASUS wireless access point..
Enter [192.168.1.1] in your Internet web browser, Google Chrome or Safari..
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Wi-Fi Configurations
Configure the ASUS WL 330N3G to “Network” Mode
PNOmation
Power
Your wireless network router
Wireless or Cable
connection to
your Home Network
Computer
or
Android Device
or
Internet
PMII gets its IP address
ASUS 330N3G set as an Ethernet
DISCONNECT the Ethernet cable from PMII or the ASUS device.
For best results, go to qrsmusic.com. to download and install the latest PMII driver update. Instructions using Driver V3.66.
If the “Power” light is yellow, tap the PLx button once so that the light turns green.
Point the remote at the button on the PLx box. The “System” light will flash, w/ voice prompts, on remote control commands.
Using a QRS Remote: Press SHIFT then FUNC then 9 9 1.
If you have one of the smaller QRS remotes: press F1/Source then 9 9 1.
The PLx Network light should now be yellow.
Power
System
Network
Press and Hold the “Restore’ button, on the back of the ASUS, until the “power” light flashes at least 3 times.
View the available wireless devices using your iPad, iTouch, Android device or Wireless Computer.
Connect to the “ASUS” from the list and wait until a connection is established.
Apple devices may automatically open the Authentication screen when connection.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
If you are using an Android or a Computer and Google Chrome:
In your web browser, enter 192.168.1.1 in the URL address window.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
Click Log In (Apple) or click the OK (Android/Chrome) button.
Appl
Googl
Programming window opens.
Select Network Adapter.
Close Help
Select your local wireless Network device from the Site Survey list.
Click the Connect button.
Enter your Network Key if requires and press Connect.
The ASUS will connect, save and restart with the new settings.
Close the browser window when 100% complete.
Connect your wireless device to your home network.
Reconnect the Ethernet cable
Wait for the voice prompt to report: “Network”...“Connected”...”IP Address is...192.168.1.xxx”.
[FUNC INFO to repeat the IP Address]
Open your web browser and enter the IP address and connect to PNOmation II through your home Network.
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Androi
Wi-Fi Configurations
Configure the ASUS WL 330gE to “Stand Alone” Mode
PNOmation II
Reset
Wireless
Computer
or
Android Device
or
Default Configuration
Set by QRS
ASUS 330gE Wireless
No access from home Network
All systems are shipped in Stand-Alone mode: [1] The PLx Network light is green and [2] you should see “QRSPNO ####” when
viewing your local Wi-Fi devices . These instructions are used to reset the PMII and the ASUS wireless to the default configuration.
Press and hold the Reset button on the edge of the ASUS until the power light flashes at least three times.
For best results, go to qrsmusic.com. to download and install the latest PMII driver update. Instructions using Driver V3.66.
If the “Power” light is yellow, tap the PLx button once so that the light turns green.
Point the remote at the button on the PLx box. The “System” light will flash, w/ voice prompts, on remote control commands.
Using a QRS Remote: Press SHIFT then FUNC then 9 9 0.
If you have one of the smaller QRS remotes: press F1/Source then 9 9 0.
PLx
The PLx Network light should now be green.
Power
System
Network
View the available wireless devices using your iPad, iTouch, Android device or Wireless Computer.
If the ASUS was “reset” correctly you should see “ASUS” in your available Wi-Fi devices list.
Connect to the “ASUS” from the list and wait until a connection is established.
Open Apple Safari, Android Web Browser or Google Chrome on a Computer:
In your web browser, enter 192.168.1.220 in the URL address window.
The “Authentication Required” dialog box will appear.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
Click Log In.
Appl
Google Chrome
Androi
The ASUS programming window opens.
Select the AP Tab
Enter “QRSPNO for the SSID name.
Click the FINISHED button.
Click OK
The ASUS will save and restart with the new settings
Wait for the progress to complete, 100%.
At this point you will loose connection to the ASUS...
Close the browser window when the progress is 100% complete.
Wait for the voice prompt to report: “Standby”...“Connected”...”IP Address is 192.168.1.1”
[FUNC INFO to repeat the IP Address.]
Connect your wireless device to “QRSPNO”.
Open Google Chrome, Safari or your Android browser and enter 92.168.1.1 to connect to PMII.
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Wi-Fi Configurations
Configure the ASUS WL 330gE to “Network” Mode
PNOmation
Your wireless network router
Wireless or Cable
connection to
your Home Network
Computer
or
Android Device
or
Internet
PMII gets its IP address
Reset
ASUS 330gE set as an Ethernet
For best results, go to qrsmusic.com. to download and install the latest PMII driver update. Instructions using Driver V3.66.
Press and hold the Reset button on the edge of the ASUS until the power light flashes at least three times.
If the “Power” light is yellow, tap the PLx button once so that the light turns green.
Point the remote at the button on the PLx box. The “System” light will flash, w/ voice prompts, on remote control commands.
Using a QRS Remote: Press SHIFT then FUNC then 9 9 1.
If you have one of the smaller QRS remotes: press F1/Source then 9 9 1.
PLx
The PLx Network light should now be yellow.
Power
System
Network
View the available wireless devices using your iPad, iTouch, Android device or Wireless Computer.
Connect to the “ASUS” from the list and wait until a connection is established.
Open Apple Safari, Android Web Browser or Google Chrome on a Computer:
In your web browser, enter 192.168.1.220 in the URL address window.
The “Authentication Required” dialog box will appear.
Enter admin in the User Name and Password fields.
Click Log In.
Appl
Google Chrome
The ASUS programming window opens.
Click on the Adapter tab.
In the Available Network List , click on the radio button for your local network.
Our example shows ASUS QRS AP.
Click the Connect button.
You may need to provide a password to your network.
Use the “Add” button if your local network is hidden.
Enter the password of your home router if required.
This yellow message box will appear.
Click OK
The ASUS will save and restart with the new settings
Wait for the Progress to complete.
At this point you will loose connection to the ASUS...
Close the browser window when the progress is 100% complete.
Wait for the voice prompt to report the new IP Address from your network: “Network”...“Connected”...”IP Address xxx.
[FUNC INFO to repeat the IP Address]
Connect your wireless device to home router.
Open Google Chrome, Safari or your Android browser and enter IP Address that was reported to connect to PMII.
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Androi
Wi-Fi Configurations
Configure the TRENDnet to “Stand Alone” Mode
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Troubleshooting & Service
Testing the system from the PLx box.
When the first light is yellow and the second is green, the system is in standby mode.
The PMII processor is ready but the power to the key solenoids is off.
Press the PLx button once to turn the first light green, which turns on the power to the key solenoids.
Pressing the button now will play the piano.
Pressing the button again will stop play.
If the first two or more lights are yellow, the system has shut down.
Unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet...
Wait two minutes and then reconnect.
No Music
Shutdown / Unplug from AC wall outlet / Reinsert SD card / Reconnect to power.
PMII Light Patterns and Button Functions
1
2
3
50
2 Blinks / sec
Idle
Blink
Blinks with MIDI data. Piano should be playing.
Solid
Idle
1 Wink / sec
Indexing Music
Rapid
Updating Driver
Blinking
1 Blink / sec
Network Mode = Network with Connection
Solid
Network Mode = Stand Alone with Connection
Off
Network Mode = No Connection
Hold down for just 4 seconds to change Network Mode.
Stand Alone
Network
OFF
Hold down for 8 seconds to power OFF PMII.
- Tap again to reboot.
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Troubleshooting & Service
Power
System Log
View Settings: Lists the Current and Default Values for the following. items
Volume
Solenoid
Keyboard
Power Supply
MIDI
Network
DRM
Pedal
PNOscan
Record
USB Drive
Velocity Map
Debug
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Troubleshooting & Service
Utilities
Playlists
Record
Settings
Alarms
ON/OFF Scheduling
Logs
Application
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Complimentary Song List [319 Total]
A Beautiful Friendship
A Christmas Love Song
A Curious Story (Kinderscenen, Op 15)
A Holly Jolly Christmas
A Last Dance
A Night At The Opera
About Strange Lands And People
(Kinderscenen, Op 15)
Adagio, from Sonata in C, Op 3 No 3
(Beethoven)
Addams Family Theme
Adoro
Afternoon Delight
Against All Odds
Ain’t Misbehavin’
All I Do Is Dream Of You
Allegretto, from Haydn Sonata in E
Allegro con brio, from Sonata in C, Op 3 No 3
(Beethoven)
Allegro giusto (from Italian Concerto, BWV 971)
Allegro, from Sonata in C, K545 (Mozart)
Allegro, from Sonata in G, K283
Always (Atlantic Star)
Always On My Mind
Amazing Grace
Andante, from Sonata in C, K545 (Mozart)
Andante, from Sonata in G, K283
Angie
Animaniacs Theme
Annes de Pelerinage – Tarantella (Liszt)
Annie Get Your Gun, part 1
Annie Get Your Gun, part 2
Arabesque No 1 (Debussy)
As Long As He Needs Me
At A Georgia Camp-Meeting
Autumn In New York
Ave Maria (Schubert/Liszt)
Baby Medley
Bacharach Medley
Bad Bad Leroy Brown
Ballade in D Minor, Op 10 No 1
Basin Street Blues
Battle Hymn/How Great Thou Art
Beautiful Dreamer
Benny Goodman Medley
Blessed Assurance
Blue Skies
Blues For Big Scotia
Border Song
Bringing In The Sheaves
Brother Can You Spare A Dime
Burton Lane Medley
Candle Blessings
Captain Jack
Carolina In The Morning
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Carousel
Chances Are
Change The World
Chanukah O Chanukah
Chemin de Fer (rag)
Chopsticks
Clair de Lune, Op 46 No 2 (Faure)
Contretanze
Could I Have This Dance
Crazy
Dancing In The Dark
Danny Boy
Danse (Debussy)
Days of Wine and Roses
Deed I Do
Deep In The Heart Of Texas
Do That To Me One More Time
Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
Don’t Take Your Love From Me
Down By The Riverside
Down Yonder
Dream
Dreamsville
Duelling Banjos
Eighteenth Street Strut
El Dia Que Me Quieras
El Pelele (Goyescas) (Granados)
Enticellas
Etude in C-sharp minor, Op 10 (Chopin)
Etude in E, Op 10 No 3
Etude in G-flat, Op 10 No 5
Etude in G-sharp Minor, Op 25 No 6
Etude, Op 2 No 1 (Scriabin)
Etude, Op 3 No 5 (Scriabin)
Everything I Have Is Yours
Exactly Like You
Exodus
Fantasie in B minor, Op 28 (Scriabin)
Fine And Dandy
Finian’s Rainbow
First Kiss
Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue
For The Good Times
Forty-Second Street
Forty-Second Street, part 1
Forty-Second Street, part 4
Frosty the Snowman
Georgia On My Mind
Get Happy
Ghostbusters Theme
Glenn Miller Medley
God Bless America/America The
Beautiful
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Gone With The Wind
Good King Wenceslas
Good-bye Yellow Brick Road
Gypsy, part 1
Gypsy, part 2
Hard-Hearted Hannah
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
He Hideth My Soul
High Noon
Holberg Suite: Preludium
Holberg Suite: Sarabande
Honeysuckle Rose
Honky Cat
How About You
Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 (Liszt)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 (Liszt)
I Don’t Need You
I Don’t Stand A Ghost Of A Chance
I Don’t Want To Walk Without You
I Just Called To Say I Love You
I Love My Wife
I Love Paris
I Married An Angel
I Only Have Eyes For You
I Saw Three Ships
I Want To Be Happy
I’ll Be Around
I’ll Close My Eyes/Close Your Eyes
I’m Old-Fashioned
I’m Through With Love
I’ve Got A Crush On You/I’ve Got It Bad
If Ever I Would Leave You
If I Could Be With You
If You Believe
Impromptu in G-flat, Op 90 No 3
(Schubert)
In Dulci Jubilo
In The Mood
Intermezzo in A, Op 118 No 2
Irlandaise
Irving Berlin Medley
Isn’t It Romantic
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
It Might As Well Be Spring
It Was A Very Good Year
It’s A Grand Night For Singing
It’s De-lovely
It’s Impossible
It’s Not For Me To Say
It's Too Late
Ivor Novello Medley
Jeepers Creepers
Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head
Jesus, The Very Thought Of You
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
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Complimentary Song List
Killing Me Softly With His Song
Killing Me Softly With His Song
La Cage Aux Folles
Lazy Bones
Le Chemin de Fer (Alkan)
Leola
Les Miserables
Liebesleid (Kreisler/Rachmaninov)
Liebestraum No. 3 (Liszt)
Linus & Lucy
Lookin’ For Love
Love And Marriage
Love Letters
Love Makes The World Go Round
Love Walked In
MacNamara’s Band
Manhattan
Masquerade
Mazurka, Op 6 No 3
Medley No. 1
Memories Of You
Memories of You/As Time Goes By
Minuet (Boccherini)
Minuet in G, Op 17 No 2
Moderato, from Haydn Sonata in E
Moondance
Moonglow
Moonlight and Roses
Moonlight Cocktail
Moonlight In Vermont
Moonlight Serenade
Moonlight Sonata, 1st Mvt.
More
Morning Has Broken
Morning Sun
Mr. Jelly Lord
Muppet Show Theme
Music, Music, Music
My Christmas Song for You
My Foolish Heart
My Heart Stood Still
New Hampshire Hornpipe
Niteflite
No No Nanette
Nocturne in F (Chopin)
O Christmas Tree
Oh Happy Day
On Golden Pond
On The Street Where You Live
On The Sunny Side of the Street
Only Trust Your Heart
Ooh! Look-a There, Ain’t She Pretty
Oops! I Did It Again
Paganini Etude No. 3 (La Campanella)
Paper Moon
Penny Lane
Phantom Fantasy
Pizzicato Polka
Please Be Kind
Polka Medley
Polonaise in A-flat, Op 53 (Chopin)
Polonaise, Op 26 No 1
Prelude No 1 in C (WTC I)
Prelude No 10 in E Minor (Bach/Siloti)
Presto, Concert Piece No. 2 in D Minor
(Mendelssohn)
Reverie, Op 3 (Joel)
Romanze from Concerto No 1
Rose of Washington Square
Rosenkavalier Waltzes (R. Strauss)
Ruby
Rudolpho’s Narrative (La Boheme)(Puccini)
Sad Songs
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Satin Doll/They Can’t Take That Away From Me
Sea Songs Medley
Semper Fedelis
Send In The Clowns
Shadow Waltz
Shall We Gather At The River
Since I Fell For You
Six Variations on Nel Cor Piu
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Smoke Smoke Smoke
So Am I
Some Other Time
Something
Somewhere Out There
Sonata No 4 in F-sharp, Op 30 (Scriabin)
Sophisticated Ladies, part 1
Sophisticated Ladies, part 2
Southern Nights
Souvenirs D’Andalousie (Gottschalk)
Spancil Hill
Speak Softly Love
Spinner’s Song , Op 67 No 4 (Mendelssohn)
Stars Fell On Alabama
Straight Ahead
Stumbling
Suite, Op 14 No 1 (Bartok)
Suite, Op 14 No 2 (Bartok)
Suite, Op 14 No 3 (Bartok)
Sweet And Low Down
Sweet Rosie O’Grady
Taking A Chance On Love
Tango (Albeniz)
Thank You
Thanks For The Memory
Thanksgiving
That Old Black Magic
That Old Feeling
The Birth Of The Blues
The Entertainer
The Fantasticks
The Folks Who Live On The Hill
The Gift
The Good Life
The Hut Sut Song
The Moth Waltz (Straus/Tausig)
The Nearness of You
The Nearness of You/One Morning In May
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
The Phantom of the Opera
The Rose
The Sheik of Araby
The Sound of Music II
The Stranger
The Talk Of The Town
The Tribute
The Trolley Song
The Twist
The Very Thought Of You
The Way It Is
The Way You Look Tonight
The Wizard of Oz
Third Movement - Piano Concerto in E-flat
(Mozart)
Through The Eyes Of Love (Ice Castles)
To Beat The Band
Tommy Dorsey Medley
True Love
Unforgettable
Up On The Housetop
Valentine
Valse Impromptu in A-flat (Liszt)
Volare
Walkin' After Midnight
Waltz in A-flat, Op 39 No 15 (Brahms)
Waltz No 1 (Joel)
We Three Kings
What Child Is This (Greensleeves)
What The World Needs Now
When My Baby Smiles At Me
Where Everybody Knows Your Name (Cheers)
White Christmas Medley
Who Is It?
Who Wants To Live Forever
Wonderful Words Of Life
You Light Up My Life
Young At Heart
Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart
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