BeoLink Wireless 1 Guide

BeoLink Wireless 1 Guide
BeoLink Wireless 1
Guide
This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements
of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Regulations.
DO NOT OPEN
The internal antennas used for this mobile transmitter
must provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of
(8") from all persons, and must not be co-located or
electric shock, do not remove
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
cover (or back).
transmitter.
No User-serviceable parts inside.
Modifications not expressly approved by this company
Refer servicing to qualified service
could void the user’s authority to operate the equippersonnel.
ment.
NOTE: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, do not expose this appliance conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
to rain or moisture. Do not expose this
interference received, including interference that may
equipment to dripping or splashing and
cause undesired operation.
ensure that no objects filled with liquids,
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
such as vases, are placed on the equipment.
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
To completely disconnect this equipment
interference to radio communications. However,
from the AC Mains, disconnect the mains
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
plug from the wall socket. The disconnect
in a particular installation. If this equipment does
device shall remain readily operable.
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
within an equilateral triangle, is intended
to correct the interference by one or more of the
to alert the user to the presence of unfollowing measures:
insulated “dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient – Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
and receiver.
shock to persons.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
The exclamation point within an equilateral
different from that to which the receiver is
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
connected.
presence of important operating and main- – Consult the retailer or an experienced radio/TV
tenance (servicing) instructions in the
technician for help.
CAUTION
literature accompanying the product.
Contents
Introduction, 4
This chapter provides you with an overview of the Wireless 1 system in
the main room and the link room and describes the Master Link and
Power Link setups.
Close-up operation, 6
Find out how to switch on the Timer Play function and ‘listen in’ on a
source playing on the main room system.
Beo4 remote control, 7
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control to access main room
sources in a link room.
Beo4 – Sound adjustments, 8
Find out how to use the Beo4 remote control to adjust sound settings.
Set up BeoLink Wireless 1, 9
Information about placement, installation and connections of the
Wireless 1 units and the ‘IR-eye’.
Ready for use …, 16
Information about making your link room products ready for use.
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Introduction
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The main room is the room in
which you have placed the audio
and/or video system – complete
with their various sources (the
main system). Connected to the
main system, you will need a
BeoLink Wireless 1 set up as
transmitter.
The link room is where you have
set up another BeoLink Wireless 1
as receiver. To complete the link
room setup, you will need either
a Bang & Olufsen audio/video
product, or a pair of active
speakers.
Depending on the type of your
link room product, your link
room system requires either a
Master Link setup or a Power
Link setup.
Link room system with a compatible video product – set up with a
Master Link connection.
Master Link setup
If your link room product is either
an audio or a video system, it must
be connected to BeoLink Wireless 1
with a Master Link cable.
For operation of such a setup, refer
to the Guide enclosed with your
link room product.
Note that a BeoLab 3500 setup
must also be connected to
BeoLink Wireless 1 with a
Master Link cable.
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For information about installation
of the BeoLink Wireless 1 system,
refer to ‘Set up BeoLink Wireless 1’
(pp. 9–15) in this Guide.
For information about how to set
up the main room system and the
link room products, refer to the
Guides enclosed with the products.
Link room system with active speakers and an ’IR-eye’ – set up with a
Power Link connection .
Power Link setup
If your link room product is a pair
of active speakers, they must be
connected to BeoLink Wireless 1
with Power Link cables.
This setup also requires an ‘IR-eye’,
in order to be able to operate the
the system – either by close-up
operation, or with a Bang & Olufsen
remote control.
For operation of such a setup, refer
to pp. 6–8 in this Guide.
Close-up operation
6
This page concerns only a Power
Link setup with an ‘IR-eye’. For
information about close-up
operation of link room products
set up with Master Link cables,
refer to the Guides enclosed
with the products.
The small circular ‘IR-eye’ has
buttons for close-up operation.
You can use the buttons to
listen-in on a source currently
playing on the main system.
You can also use the buttons to
adjust the sound volume.
The buttons can also be used to
include or exclude the link room
speakers in a Timer Play
programmed on the main audio
or video system.
The Timer Play function is not available in all Bang & Olufsen systems.
Please refer to the Guide for your
main system.
Listen-in on a main room source
> Press PLAY • to listen-in on a
source that is currently playing in
your main system. If no source is
playing when you press PLAY •,
the radio in the main system will be
switched on. If the main system
have no audio sources, it will
switch on the TV program that
was last playing.
> Press PLAY • again, and the link
room speakers switch off (a red
standby indicator appears in the
PLAY • button).
If you keep the PLAY • button
pressed for more than two seconds,
both the link room and your main
system switch off.
Volume adjustment
> Press or to raise or lower the
volume level in the loudspeakers.
The volume level in the link room
speakers is adjusted independently
of your main system.
TIMER
PLAY
Timer Play control
If the main system is programmed to
start playing automatically (Timer
Play), the link room speakers can be
included as well.
> Press TIMER. A small red light in
the TIMER button indicates that
the link room speakers will be
included.
> Press TIMER again to cut out the
Timer function for the link room
(the red light disappears).
Beo4 remote control
This page concerns only a Power
Link setup with an ‘IR-eye’. For
information about Beo4 remote
control operation of link room
products set up with Master Link
cables, refer to the Guides
enclosed with the products.
With the Beo4 remote control
you can switch on the sources
from your main audio or video
system you wish to listen to, and
you can control functions for
those sources – just as if you
were operating your main
system directly.
Functions mentioned here are only
available via BeoLink Wireless 1 if
the source in question is present in
your Bang & Olufsen system and
the source supports the function.
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To switch on an Audio source …
> Press RADIO to listen to a radio
programme.
> Press CD to listen to a CD.
> Press A MEM (A TAPE) to listen
to an audio recording.
To switch on a Video source …
> Press TV to listen to TV.
> Press DTV (SAT) to listen to
digital TV.
> Press V MEM (V TAPE) to listen
to a video recording.
> Press DVD to listen to a DVD.
TIMER
PLAY
The Beo4 remote control is available as an optional extra from a
To switch on additional sources … Bang & Olufsen retailer.
> Press LIST to display additional
sources, such as N.MUSIC (music
stored on a PC), and then press
GO to switch on a source.
Refer to the Guides supplied with
Beo4 and the audio and video
system for further information on
their operation.
Beo4 – Sound adjustments
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This page concerns only a Power
Link setup with an ‘IR-eye’. For
information about sound
adjustments of link room
products in Master Link setups,
refer to the Guides enclosed with
the products.
To adjust sound volume or mute
the sound …
> Press or to adjust the sound
volume up or down.
> Press the middle of the
button to mute the sound, and
press or to restore the sound.
With the Beo4 remote control
you can adjust the sound coming
out of the link room speakers.
To adjust speaker balance …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
SPEAKER* is shown in the display.
> Press or to adjust balance
left or right.
All sound levels are reset to their
original values when you switch
off the link room – unless you
store them permanently.
To adjust bass, treble or
loudness …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
A.SETUP* (or V.SETUP* for a
video source) is shown in the
display.
> Press GO to be able to adjust
settings.
> Press LIST repeatedly until BASS,
TREBLE or LOUDNSS is shown in
the display.
> Press or to adjust the
setting.
> Press GO to select the setting.
To store sound settings
permanently – making a new
preset start-up level …
> Press LIST repeatedly until
S.STORE* is shown in the display.
> Press GO to store settings
permanently.
All the current sound levels,
including volume level, are
stored simultaneously.
The sound is adjusted
independently from the main
audio or video system.
*NOTE! In order to display these
functions, you must first add them
to the Beo4 list of functions. Refer
to the chapter ‘Customising your
Beo4’ in the Beo4 Guide.
Set up BeoLink Wireless 1
On the next pages is
Before you start …
explained how to install a set of – Make sure that Wireless 1 is set up
BeoLink Wireless 1 – both in the
in accordance with the instructions
main room and in a link room.
in this Guide. To prevent injury,
use Bang & Olufsen approved
We recommend that you follow
wall brackets only!
this procedure:
– Wireless 1 can only be switched
– Set up connection between the
off completely by disconnecting
Wireless 1 units as explained on
it from the wall socket.
p. 10.
– Do not attempt to open Wireless 1.
– Make the cable connections as
Leave such operations to qualified
explained on pp. 12-14.
service personnel!
– Check the wireless connection
– Wireless 1 is designed for indoor
between the main room and link
use in dry, domestic environments
room setups.
only, and for use within a
– If necessary, fasten the units to
temperature range of 10–45º C
the wall as explained on pp. 11
(50–113º F).
and 15.
– Leave enough space around
– Set the link room setup to the
Wireless 1 for adequate ventilation.
correct Option as explained on
– Do not place any items on
p. 16.
Wireless 1.
– Depending on the placement and
surroundings, Wireless 1 has an
indoor range of approximately
30 m (100').
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– One transmitter can serve up to
seven receivers, and you can only
install three transmitters in a
setup.
– The transmitters must be placed
at least 5 m (16') apart.
– You will need at least one
BeoLink Wireless 1 set up as
a transmitter connected to
the main system, and one
BeoLink Wireless 1 set up as
receiver in each link room.
Furthermore, you will need an
‘IR-eye’ in each link room with
a Power Link setup.
– Do not place the ‘IR-eye’ in direct
sunlight or direct artificial light (a
spotlight, for example), or near
objects generating electrical noise
(such as light dimmers), as this
may reduce the sensitivity of the
remote control receiver.
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>> Set up BeoLink Wireless 1
Wireless 1 – Transmitter/
receiver …
Wireless 1 must be set up as
either transmitter or receiver.
Before fastening the transmitter
and receiver to the wall, you must
establish connection between
them. This must be done while
the units are located in the same
room.
The connection procedure described
here must be performed for each
receiver in a setup – one at a time.
If more than one transmitter is
necessary, connection must be
established between each transmitter and each receiver – one by
one. Only one transmitter at a time
must be switched on, while you set
up connection to the receivers.
To set up connection between a
transmitter and a receiver …
> Set the two-position switch to
transmit or receive (T or R),
respectively.
> Connect the transmitter and the
receiver to the mains supply.
> Press the connection button on
the transmitter and the receiver
to start a one-minute connection
mode.
> When the indicator shines green
or yellow, connection between
the transmitter and the receiver is
established. Approximately 20
seconds after connection has been
established, the receiver switches
to standby (indicator shines red).
> When the receiver switches to
standby, disconnect the units
from the mains supply, and move
them to their future positions.
If you have more receivers, repeat
the above procedure for each
receiver.
Light indications
Fast yellow flash … Wireless 1 is
reset to factory setting.
Slow red flash … Wireless 1 is in
connection mode.
Fast red flash … Connection
failed/receiver out of range of the
transmitter.
Green … Connection between
the transmitter and receiver is
good.
Yellow … Connection between
the transmitter and receiver is
acceptable, but not optimal.
Red … Receiver switched to
standby.
To reset Wireless 1 to factory setting
(no connection), press and hold the
connection button until the yellow
indicator starts to flash fast.
On page 11 is shown how to get
access to the buttons and sockets.
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Wireless 1 – wall mount
Wireless 1 can be fastened to a
wall (or ceiling) with one of the
two enclosed brackets – in either a
horisontal or a vertical position. It
can be placed on the bracket so that
the cables may be run either to the
left or to the right. However, if you
place Wireless 1 vertically on a wall,
the cables must be run downwards
– otherwise the bracket will not hold
Wireless 1 safely!
Use two screws and wall anchors,
each with a minimum load rating
of 1.6 kg (3.5 lbs.). However, if you
intend to hang Wireless 1 from a
gypsum wall or ceiling, one screw
must be a lag screw (4 mm – 0.15"),
which penetrates the gypsum, and
is screwed a minimum of 12 mm
(0.5") into a vertical stud. The other
screw must be of a type intended
for gypsum panels.
To get access to the connection
button and sockets, you must first
remove the cover. When you have
connected the cables and checked
that the wireless connection is still
intact, run the cables through the
groove and put on the cover again.
When you have put on the cover,
slide Wireless 1 onto the bracket as
shown.
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>> Set up BeoLink Wireless 1
Connections – Master Link
In the main room: Connect the
transmitter to the Master Link
socket on the main system. Then
connect both the main system and
transmitter to the mains supply.
Master Link
connection
R
In the link room: Connect the
audio or video product to the
Master Link socket on the receiver.
Then connect both the audio or
video product and the receiver to
the mains supply.
Receiver/Transmitter
switch
Main room
ML
T
Connection button
Light indicator
Link room
Check the indicator light in the
receiver to ensure that connection
is still intact. If the connection is
lost, the units must be moved. The
receiver switches to standby after
approximately 20 seconds.
MASTER LINK
T
R
BeoLink
Wireless 1
BeoLink
Wireless 1
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Master Link
connection
R
ML
IR
PL
PL
Connections – Power Link
In the main room: Connect the
transmitter to the Master Link
socket on the main system. Then
connect both the main system and
transmitter to the mains supply.
T
Receiver/Transmitter
switch
Main room
Connection button
Light indicator
Link room
Check the indicator light in the
receiver to ensure that connection is
still intact. If the connection is lost,
the units must be moved. The
receiver switches to standby after
approximately 20 seconds.
MASTER LINK
T
R
BeoLink
Wireless 1
BeoLink
Wireless 1
Power Link
Mk 3
In the link room: Connect the
loudspeakers to the Power Link
sockets on the receiver. Connect
the ‘IR-eye’ to the socket marked
IR (for information about the ‘IReye’ and its cable, see p. 14). Then
connect both the loudspeakers and
the receiver to the mains supply.
Power Link cables: The cables must
be of the type which are marked
with a triangle on the plug. Do not
use any of the old type of Power
Link cables, as this will cause noise,
and thus not give optimum sound
quality!
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>> Set up BeoLink Wireless 1
‘IR-eye’ – cable connections
The small circular ‘IR-eye’ is
available from a Bang & Olufsen
retailer. An ‘IR-eye’ must be used
in each link room with a Power
Link setup. Use the cable supplied
with the ‘IR-eye’ and connect it as
explained here:
> Cut the cable to the required
length (from the receiver to the
‘IR-eye’) and strip it as shown.
> Insert the cable end through the
cable clamp (A) and connect the
leads to the terminals inside the
‘IR-eye’ in the order indicated.
Then tighten the clamp (A).
> Attach the rear cover and fix the
‘IR-eye’ to the wall as explained on
the next page – and then plug the
cable into the socket marked IR
on the receiver.
1
2
.5"
m
m
35
–1
3
4
5
5 mm – 0.25"
A
Connect the leads in the cable to the
terminals inside the receiver in this
order:
1 = Yellow
2 = Grey
3 = Green
4 = White
5 = Brown
Strip the cable end. Twist the cores
in each lead and bend them back.
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D
C
D
C
B
B
B
B
C
D
‘IR-eye’ – wall mount
If the ‘IR-eye’ is placed next to a
door and at a suitable height, you
can easily switch on or off by closeup operation when entering or
leaving the room. Likewise, if it is
placed near your telephone, you
can switch off the speakers while
you are on the phone.
> Use the wall plate as a template
to mark up the holes on the wall.
Insert the screws and wall
anchors, but let the two screw
heads protrude from the wall as
shown (C/D).
> Place the wall plate onto the rear
of the ‘IR-eye’, and fasten it with
the three screws (B).
> Insert the two protruding screw
heads (D) into the corresponding
‘keyholes’, and turn the ‘IR-eye’
clockwise to fasten it.
Ready for use …
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Option settings
When you have made all the
connections as described on the
previous pages or in the Guides
enclosed with your link room
products, you may start to use
the system. However, in order
for your setup to function
properly, you must Option
program your link room products.
On this page you can find out
which Options to use in your
Power Link setup. For
information about Option
settings for a link room product
in a Master Link setup, refer to
the Guides enclosed with the
products.
In a Power Link setup set the link
room speakers to one of the
following Options:
Option 0: Used if you want to
disable remote control operation
in the link room.
Option 4: Used if you install a link
room setup in the same room as
your main system (for example in
a large L-shaped room with two
separate listening positions).
Option 5: Used if you set up a
Bang & Olufsen television in the
link room.
Option 6: Used in a setup with the
main system in one room, and
the link room setup in another –
as described in this guide (this is
the factory setting).
Option 4
R
T
Option 5
T
R
Option 6
T
R
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Use a Beo4 remote control to set
the Option. The entire system
must be switched to standby:
> While holding down the • button,
press LIST.
> Let go of both buttons.
> Press LIST repeatedly until
OPTION? is shown in the Beo4
display, and press GO.
> Press LIST repeatedly until L.OPT
is shown in the Beo4 display, and
then key in the appropriate
number (0, 4, 5, or 6).
Wireless interference
Signals between the transmitter
and receiver can be influenced by
other systems, such as microwaves
or wireless pc systems, as well as
wireless telephone systems in the
USA. If interferences occur, you
should try to correct it by one or
more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiver
to improve reception.
– Increase separation between the
disturbing equipment and the
receiver.
– Consult your Bang & Olufsen
retailer for assistance.
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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) –
Environmental protection
The European Parliament and the
Products and equipment which
Council of the European Union
must be collected for reuse,
have issued the Waste Electrical
recycling and other forms of
and Electronic Equipment Directive. recovery are marked with the
The purpose of the Directive is the
pictogram shown.
prevention of waste of electrical
When disposing of electrical and
and electronic equipment, and to
electronic equipment by use of the
promote the reuse and recycling
collection systems available in your
and other forms of recovery of
country, you protect the
such waste. As such the Directive
environment, human health and
concerns producers, distributors
contribute to the prudent and
and consumers.
rational use of natural resources.
The WEEE directive requires that
Collecting electrical and electronic
both manufacturers and endequipment and waste prevents the
consumers dispose of electrical
potential contamination of nature
and electronic equipment and
with the hazardous substances
parts in an environmentally safe
which may be present in electrical
manner, and that equipment and
and electronic products and
waste are reused or recovered for
equipment.
their materials or energy.
Your Bang & Olufsen retailer will
Electrical and electronic equipment assist with and advise you of the
and parts must not be disposed of
correct way of disposal in your
with ordinary household refuse; all country.
electrical and electronic equipment
and parts must be collected and
disposed of separately.
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This product is in conformity with
the provisions of the Directives
1999/5/EC and 2006/95/EC.
This product may be used in member
states of the EEU and EFTA.
Technical specifications, features
and the use thereof are subject to
change without notice!
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