Buffalo | Media Player LT-H90 | Specifications | Buffalo Media Player LT-H90 Specifications

LinkTheater LT-H90 Media Player Series
Introduction Product Diagram
Connect Your Cables
Wireless Connection
Remote Control Getting Started Using the LinkTheater with Windows
Using the LinkTheater with Mac OS X
Settings Display Settings
Configuring Windows Media Player
Europe - EU Declaration of Conformity
Contact 2
Thank you for choosing LinkTheater! This manual should help you configure and use your new LinkTheater.
Buffalo Technology’s LinkTheater LT-H90 Network Media Player Series is
the missing link between your TV, home entertainment center, and computer
network. Now, you can play the movies, music, and photos stored on your
computers from the comfort of your living room, through your TV and home
entertainment center.
The LinkTheater connects to your local network with an RJ-45 Ethernet
port. The LT-H90WN model provides additional functionality, allowing you to
connect to your network wirelessly.
The LinkTheater has a wide variety of AV connections on the back, including
High-Definition compatible video connectors as well as digital Dolby™ 5.1* and
DTS compatible audio connectors. LinkTheater also supports Universal Plug
& Play for easy installation.
LinkTheater plays back most popular video, image, and audio formats. See
the Specifications page for a list of supported file types.
Prepare to experience one of the highest quality, most versatile media players
available! Buffalo Technology’s LinkTheater will provide seamless access to
your multimedia archives.
Please check our web site (www.buffalotech.com) for updates and additional
support for this product.
*Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Colby and the double-D symbo0l are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Power switch
Hold 10 seconds to reset unit.
Door swings down
for USB port. May
be used with USB
memory sticks, hard
drives, or camcorders.
120V AC
HDMI (720p/1080i)
10/100 Ethernet
Toslink digital audio out (5.1)
Composite Video out
RCA stereo audio out
D4/Component HD
video out (720p/1080i)
USB port for use with USB
memory sticks or hard drives
(FAT32 or NTFS).
Package Contents:
LinkTheater Media Player
Ethernet Cable
Remote Control with Batteries
AC Power Cable
LinkTheater CD-ROM
User Manual (this guide)
Standard A/V Cable (Red, White, and Yellow RCAs)
If any items are missing from your package, please contact
Buffalo Technology’s Technical Support or contact the place you
purchased your product from.
The LinkTheater connects to a TV or video monitor with
composite (RCA), HDMI, D4, or component style video
Find an appropriate place to install the LinkTheater. It should be:
• within visible site of the primary seating area. This device
uses an IR remote control and requires line of sight.
• conveniently located near your TV and Hi-Fi.
• on a flat surface or cabinet. We do NOT recommend
placing it on top of a warm-running audio/video
component, due to potential overheating concerns.
Connect your cables:
The LinkTheater must be connected to a TV or monitor.
Although the LinkTheater plays mp3s and other popular music
formats, a TV or monitor is required to navigate and configure
options on the LinkTheater.
There are many ways to connect the audio and video output
of the LinkTheater to a TV or home theater. The following
directions describe connecting your LinkTheater to your TV
or monitor with the standard yellow analog composite video
connector, which almost any TV will have. This cable is included
in your LinkTheater package and will work with most TVs.
Here’s a simple way to connect your LinkTheater directly to a TV:
1 - Attach the included analog video cable to your TV or monitor.
Most TVs will have the connections color-coded: Yellow for
video, red for right-audio, and white for left-audio.
2 - Connect the other end of the analog video cable to the
associated ports on the LinkTheater. The ports are also color
coded: red for right audio, white for left audio, and yellow for
3 - For a wired connection,connect the CAT-5 Ethernet cable into
the Ethernet port on the back of the LinkTheater and connect the
other end to a router, hub, or switch on your network.The LTH90WN provides added functionality allowing you to connect to
your network wirelessly. Please refer to the Wireless Connection
section for setup instructions.
4 - Plug the power cable into an AC power outlet. Buffalo
recommends connecting the AC adapter to a power-strip with
a surge protector to protect it from power surges caused by
5 - Plug the power connector from the AC adapter into the back
of the LinkTheater. The ‘POWER’ and ‘STANDBY’ lights on the
front of the LinkTheater will blink and then turn on. You do not
need to press the power button on the front of the LinkTheater.
If the lights don’t come on within a few seconds, check that the
proper AC adapter is plugged in and seated correctly. Also,
check that your power-strip or surge protector is on.
6 - Once the ‘POWER’ and ‘STANDBY’ lights on the front of the
LinkTheater are on, the device has properly powered up and is
ready for use. At this point, please turn on your TV or monitor.
Change your TV or monitor’s source setting to correspond
to the input that you plugged the LinkTheater into. Once the
LinkTheater’s menu appears, your LinkTheater’s video is
properly connected.
Note: These instructions are for a simple setup, where the
LinkTheater is connected directly to a TV with RCA connections.
Many other ways to connect are possible. For instance, if you
seek the best overall performance available, you might connect
the audio to an AV Receiver with a toslink digital connector and
the video to your monitor with a D4-to-component or HDMI cable.
If the toslink 5.1 digital audio output is used, you’ll need to enable
it in Settings before using it. Additional cables (not included with
the LinkTheater) will be necessary for any of these alternate
Wireless Connection
Wireless Settings (LT-H90WN model only)
After bootup, select the time zone you wish to use and press
enter on “Apply”. A screen will display the message “Incomplete
connection to the Network” . Select the “Reconfigure Network”
option by pressing “Enter” or “Right” on your remote.
In the “Modify Profile” screen, select the option you would like to
use to connect to your network - Wireless or AOSS.
Wireless Connection
Select Wireless and press “Enter” or “Right” on your remote
The Link Theater will now scan for wireless networks and display
details on the screen. Select the network which will be used and
press “Enter” or “Right” on your remote control.
Select the authentication method that is used by the network
and then type the key into the “Key” field. Once entered, press
“Enter” or “Right” on Continue to proceed.
Press “Enter” or “Right” on the option to “Connect Automatically
(DHCP)”. This will assign an IP address automatically to the Link
A Screen will appear saying “Profile Creation Successful”. Press
“Enter” or “Right” on the “Continue” option.
The IP address and Net Mask information will be displayed at
the bottom right of the screen. Press “Enter” or “Right” on the
“Continue” option to complete the connection.
Please note that your router must support AOSS to use this
connection method. Press “Enter” or “Right” on the AOSS option.
When instructed, press the AOSS button on your router.
When the connection is established, press “Enter” on Finish.
The Link Theater will now be connected to your network and the
IP Address and Gateway information will be displayed on the
bottom right of the screen. Press “Enter” on the “Finish” option
to complete the connection.
Remote Control
The LinkTheater's navigation and settings are all done via the included remote control.
To navigate through the menus, use the up, down, left and right
arrows. To make a selection, press the ‘Enter’ key. Also, the
left and right arrows can be used to navigate forward and back
through the menus.
Info – The info button will bring up information regarding the file
that is currently being played back. This includes file name info,
format info, and in the case of movies and music, how long the
file has been playing.
Setup – The setup button will instantly take you to the System
Settings area.
Refresh – The refresh button will automatically refresh what is
on the screen. For example, if recent files have been added
to a media server, pressing the refresh button may display the
new files. Some DLNA servers may need to be refreshed at the
server level.
Repeat – The repeat button will simply repeat a video or music
file that’s being played back.
Audio – Audio is used to select
different sound track options
that may be available in video
Playback Controls – The
playback controls work similarly
to that of a VCR or DVD player.
>/II begins and pauses
Video – The video button will
cycle through the four supported
video modes. CAUTION:
Using this improperly could
result in losing video display.
In that event, continue to cycle
through the video modes by
pressing the VIDEO button until
the display returns.
playback,  stops playback,
>> is fast forward, >I goes to
the next song, etc.
Video, Music, Photo – The
three video, music, and photo
buttons can be used while
navigating a media source.
Pressing one of these buttons
will instantly change your
viewing to the file types that
correspond with the button
pushed. For example, if you’re
browsing video and press the
music button, you’ll instantly be
browsing music instead.
Home – The home button will return you to the main navigation
Up and Down – The up and down buttons work like Page Up
and Page Down does on a computer. This is a quick way to
browse through folders that have a lot of media.
Volume and Mute – The LinkTheater has its own independent
volume control that can be used along with or as an alternative
to your TV or sound system’s remote control. This allows you
to quickly mute or raise/lower the volume without having to
necessarily use the TV or sound system’s remote control.
Stop – The stop key will temporarily pause a slideshow that’s in
Track – The track button will skip forward or back to the next
video, music, or picture file.
Getting Started
Linking your LinkTheater to your media files.
The LinkTheater is designed to play media files that are located
on computers and NAS devices. Where do you keep your
movies, music, and pictures? If they’re on Windows PCs, then
turn to the next page and begin installing software on your PC.
If your media files are on an Apple Mac, turn to page 20 for
instructions on configuring your Mac and LinkTheater to work
If your media files are stored on a NAS device like the Buffalo
TeraStation or LinkStation, then you may not need to install
software at all. Turn to page 32 to start using your LinkTheater
Installing the Buffalo Media software for Windows::
Please follow the install steps below if you wish to use the
LinkTheater to access media files on a Windows PC:
1. Insert the LinkTheater CD-ROM into your PC’s CD-ROM
drive. The program will run automatically.
2. Press the ‘Start’ button.
3. Agree to the End User License.
4. Press ‘Start’.
5. Click Reboot to finish the installation and restart your PC.
6. After the reboot, please launch the ‘Media Server’ program
from the start menu.
Configuring the Buffalo Media Server:
To play content from your PC on the LinkTheater, you must first
select the folders you wish to use (The default folder setting is
“Documents”). To add folders, Select the [Directories] tab, and
click [Edit].
Select the folders you wish to share with your LinkTheater and
click [Apply].
The list of folders you have chosen will now be shown.
You may want to control user access to prevent certain devices
from accessing your media content. This is particularly important
if there are multiple LinkTheaters or other DLNA playback
devices on your network.
Select the [Permissions] tab and choose [Deny Access] in the
Media Set column. When the option is set to [Everything] full
access is automatically given.
To enable permissions, choose [Yes] for the [Turn on Access
Control] option.
If you’d like to share media content with DLNA clients, choose
[Yes] for the [Media Server is opened to the DLNA client] option.
To save your changes, click on [Apply].
For more detailed information, please refer to the MediaServer2
Help file installed with the software.
Using the LinkTheater with Windows
Use the remote to choose and play your media files.
When the LinkTheater first turns on, it shows the Home screen.
Use the up and down arrows on your remote control to highlight
your choice, and then press enter to open it.
Browse Media will access any of the following media devices:
• DLNA Media Servers
• Buffalo Media Server that came with your LinkTheater
• Buffalo’s DLNA Home Server NAS products (LinkStation
Home Server and TeraStation Home Server)
• 3rd party DLNA servers like TwonkyVision (www.twonkyvision.
• Microsoft® Windows® Media Connect
• Microsoft® Windows® Media Player 11
• 3rd party UPnP A/V Servers
Highlight one and click the right arrow to browse content.
Network Shared Folder shows NAS devices on the local network.
Highlight one and click the right arrow to browse content.
My Folder shows favorites and recently accessed content.
My Favorites is a list of files that you’ve added to the favorites
list. Most recent contents is a list of media files that you have
accessed recently.
Browse USB shows USB storage devices connected directly
to the LinkTheater. Highlight one and click the right arrow to
browse content.
To play a media file, just highlight it and press Enter on the
remote. As it plays, you can use the fast-forward and rewind
buttons on the remote to navigate through the file.
Camcorder Backup will
back up your digital
camcorder or digital
camera to a USB hard
drive automatically.
Connect your FAT32
USB hard drive to
the rear panel of the
LinkTheater and your
digital camcorder or
digital camera to the
front-panel USB port.
The LinkTheater will
back up your media
files automatically.
When the backup
is complete, the
Complete screen will
appear. You can
now access the files
on the USB drive
from Browse USB.
Confirm that the files
have been copied
successfully before
deleting the original
*Not all camcorders and cameras are supported. Camera/camcorder must be
in mass storage mode for this function to work.
Using the LinkTheater with OS X
The procedure is slightly different for each version of OS X.
OS X 10.5.x
Open System Preferences and click on Sharing.
Put a check next to File Sharing and click on Options at the
bottom right.
Put checks next to Share files and folders using SMB and your
user account. Enter the password for your user account if
required. Click on Done at the bottom right.
Turn to page 28 to set up your LinkTheater to work with the Mac.
OS X 10.4.x
In System Preferences, select Sharing.
Check Windows Sharing and click on Enable Accounts.
Check the box to the left of your account, enter your password,
and then click Done.
Turn to page 28 to set up your LinkTheater to work with the Mac.
OS X 10.3.9
In System Preferences, select Sharing.
Check Windows Sharing.
Turn to page 28 to configure your LinkTheater to work with the
Configure LinkTheater to work with OS X
After configuring your Mac for sharing (pages 20 - 27), you can
add it to the server list on your LinkStation. Then, you’ll be able
to access the media files on the Mac from your LinkTheater.
From the Home screen, select Network shared folder.
Press the Setup button on the LinkTheater’s remote control.
Select New shared folder.
Use the alphanumeric buttons on the remote to enter the login
information for your Mac’s shared folder.
For Server name, enter the Mac’s “Computer Name”, which you
can get from its Sharing page in System Preferences.
For Folder name, enter the name of your share folder on the
Mac. This will be the same as the name you entered for your
“User Name” during the initial Mac setup.
For User name, enter your name from the list under “Users” in
the Sharing page in System Preferences.
For Password, enter the password that you use to log in to your
Select Register when done and press the Enter button on your
LinkTheater’s remote control.
The Network shared folder list will now show your Mac at the top
of the list, with the name “[Manual registration]computer_name/
user_name. To browse the media files on your Mac, highlight
this line and press the right-arrow button on your remote.
That’s it, your LinkTheater is configured to work with your Mac!
Optimise the LinkTheater for your home theater.
Right out of the box, your LinkTheater’s basic configuration
works well for many users. However, you have the option to
modify many of its settings to give the best match with your
other equipment. The Setup button on the remote gives
access to different settings depending on where you are in the
LinkTheater’s menu. To access system settings, press the
Settings button from the Home page of the menu.
System settings are divided into four categories.
System Preferences include such settings as the delay times for
the screensaver and slideshow, LED brightness, and whether or
not to enable the digital audio output.
Screen Saver Delay - Adjust idle time (from 15 seconds to 10
minutes) before the screen saver cames up.
Slideshow delay - Adjust duration of time which each picture is
on screen.
Key click sound - Adjust click sound (loud, medium, quiet, off) of
remote control operation.
Continuous play (Shared Folder) - Enable or disable continuous
play of music and video on network shared folder.
Continuous play (USB) - Enable or disable continuous play of
music and video on USB drive.
S/PDIF Passthrough - Dolby Digital and/or AC3 files may be
transmitted to the S/PDIF outputs without transcoding to PCM.
Network Settings contains settings that affect your LinkTheater’s
network connection. For LT-H90LAN all settings relate to your
wired connection. For LT-H90WN, you also have the option to
connect wirelessly or via AOSS.
Current Network Status - Shows current status of the network to
which LinkTheater is connected.
Network connection - Configure network connection setting.
DHCP may be used to automatically assign an IP address, or
you may manually enter an IP address and subnet mask.
Proxy Settings - Enter proxy server’s IP address and port.
Display Settings lets you toggle between various video output
modes. This is where you adjust the picture to display properly
on your 16x9 HD monitor. Press the Enter button on your remote
to toggle through the available modes.
Display Settings:
The LinkTheater supports four display modes. Changing the
display modes could result in your LinkTheater not operating
properly so please make sure you know which modes your TV or
monitor supports:
Composite 480i 4x3 – This is the standard mode. It utilized
the standard RCA (yellow) video cable or to transmit video data.
480i means the picture is displayed at the resolution 640x480
Component 480p 4x3 – This mode requires a TV or monitor
with HDMI, D-Terminal, or component video. It uses 640x480
progressive resolution. This is the same resolution that a
progressive scan DVD player would use. If your TV or monitor
doesn’t support 480p than this mode will NOT work.
Component 720p 16x9 – This mode is the native format for many
common HDTVs. It’s broadcast over the HDMI and D4/component
video connectors. Most widescreen HDTVs should support this
mode. It uses 1280x720 progressive resolution. If your TV or
monitor doesn’t support 720p then this mode will NOT work.
Component 1080i 16x9 – This is the best, highest resolution
mode available from the LinkTheater. If your TV or monitor can
display 1080i images, then this is the mode to use. The HD image
is transmitted over the D4/component and HDMI video connectors.
Use of this mode with 720p monitors is not recommended. Even
if they can display it, they’d look better in their native 720p. Only
use this mode with HD TVs that natively display 1080i resolution.
Please check with your TV or monitor’s documentation and
specifications to determine which mode you should use.
NOTE: The LinkTheater can only transmit D4/component and
HDMI video simultaneously. It cannot transmit on D4/component
and composite or HDMI and composite simultaneously.
Reset System Settings will return all settings to their factory
defaults. Any changes you’ve made will be lost.
Configuring Windows Media Player:
With Windows Media Player 11, a PC can stream media files to
the LinkTheater. If you’ve already installed the Buffalo Media
Server utility, then using Windows Media Player 11 may not be
necessary. Windows Media Player 11 replaces the Windows
Media Connect 2.0 software that was available within previous
versions of Windows XP. If you still have Windows Media
Connect 2.0 software on your computer, it will continue to work
with your LinkTheater, but upgrading to Windows Media Player
11 or later is recommended.
You can get the latest version of Windows Media Player from
Microsoft’s Window’s Update (http://windowsupdate.microsoft.
com ).
In Windows Media Player, click Tools and choose Options.
From the Library tab, choose
Configure Sharing.
Make sure that you have a check next to “Share my media to:”. If
your LinkStation is powered on and connected to the network, it
will appear in the window as an “Unknown Device” with a yellow
triangle and an explanation point.
Highlight the new “Unknown Device” and click Allow.
Note: If more than one device is listed then multiple media
players are available on your network; in this case either add all
of them or determine which one is your LinkTheater by turning it
on and off and seeing how the list is affected.
Click Settings to specify what media files to share with your
Change settings as desired. Click OK when done.
Transcoder software lets you play even more types of files.
To play files created by older utilities such as Windows Media
player 7 or 8, you’ll need to use transcoder software to convert
the files to playable formats. To do this, click Start - Programs BUFFALO - MediaServer - Transcoder.
Click Add to add files to the transcode list, and then Start to
convert them.
For best results, Windows
computers streaming media
to your LinkTheater should be
running DirectX9.0c. You may
install DirectX9.0c from the Buffalo
software disk.
An electronic copy of the
LinkStation user manual (this
guide) is available on the disk.
The electronic copy of the manual
is in PDF format. To read it,
you will need a PDF reader like
Adobe’s Acrobat, included on the
disk for your convenience.
LT-H90LAN LinkTheater
Supported Multimedia Formats*
Video Formats Audio Formats Image Formats Video Modes MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, XviD**, wmv 9, H.264
480i, 480p, 720p, and 1080i
Wired LAN Interface
Interface Transmission Speed Connector Type Access Method IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T), IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX)
10 / 100 Mbps
Wireless LAN Interface (LT-H90WN model only):
Standard Compliance IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11bIEEE802.11n Draft 2.0, IEEE802.11g
Frequency Range 2,412 - 2,462 MHz, 5,180 - 5,320 MHz
Wireless Security 128/64-bit WEP, AOSSWPA2-PSK (AES, TKIP), WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP)
Antenna 2 (external)
USB Interface
Interface Data Transfer Speed USB2.0/1.1
480 Mbps
Supported OS Product Voltage Power Consumption Dimensions Weight Windows® 2000 (with SP4+), XP, Vista®, OS X 10.3.9+
50/60 Hz, 100 - 240 V
Max. 19 W
W 210 x H 50 x D 210 mm
1.2 Kg
Multimedia Product Warranty
Buffalo Technology (Buffalo Inc.) products come with a one-year limited warranty from the date
of purchase. If the Buffalo product malfunctions during the warranty period, Buffalo Technology
will replace the unit, provided the unit has not been subjected to misuse, abuse, or non-Buffalo
technology authorized alteration, modifications or repair.
All expressed and implied warranties for the Buffalo Technology product line including, but not
limited to, the warranties of merchantability and fitness of a particular purpose are limited in
duration to the above period.
Under no circumstances shall Buffalo Technology be liable in any way to the user for damages,
including any lost profits, lost savings or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of
the use of, or inability to use the Buffalo products.
In no event shall Buffalo Technology’s liability exceed the price paid for the product from direct,
indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from the use of the product, its
accompanying software, or its documentation. Buffalo Technology/(Buffalo Inc.) does not offer
refunds for any product.
Technical Support and firmware upgrades for Buffalo Technology products are restricted to the
country/region of purchase.
Please have your proof of purchase receipt to get warranty support. All defective products shall be
returned with a copy of proof of purchase. In no event shall Buffalo Technology’s liability exceed
the price paid for the product from direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
resulting from the use of the product, its accompanying software, or its documentation. Buffalo
Technology does not offer refunds for any product.
All rights reserved. Buffalo devices are designed for home or office use. Buffalo cannot be made
liable for any damages, loss of data or damage following thereof (including, without limitation,
damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other
pecuniary loss) arising out of the use of or inability to use this Buffalo product, even if Buffalo has
been advised of the possibility of such damages.
We reserve the right to upgrade our products in keeping with technological advances.
To protect against power surges and power outages, we strongly recommend that you use power
surge protection and UPS solutions suitable for your situation.
This warranty is void if:
The product was operated/stored in abnormal use or maintenance conditions;
The product is repaired, modified or altered
The product was subjected to abuse, neglect, electrical fault, improper packaging,
accident or acts of nature;
The product was installed improperly;
The serial number of the product is defaced or missing;
The tamper seal on the casing is broken.
© 2003-2008 Buffalo Technology (UK), Inc.
Europe - EU Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with the essential requirements of the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC. The following test methods
have been applied in order to prove presumption of conformity with the essential requirements of the R&TTE Directive
- EN60950-1:2001 A11:2004
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
- EN50385 : (2002-08)
Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of radio base stations and fixed terminal stations for wireless
telecommunication systems with the basic restrictions or the reference levels related to human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (110MHz - 40 GHz) - General public
- EN 300 328 V1.7.1: (2006-10)
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems; Data
transmission equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques;
Harmonized EN covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive
- EN 301 893 V1.4.1: (2007-07)
Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN);5 GHz high performance RLAN; Harmonized EN covering essential
requirementsof article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive
- EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1: (2005-09)
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters (ERM); Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for
radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements
- EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1 (2002-08)
Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for
radio equipment and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2,4 GHz wideband transmission systems and 5 GHz high
performance RLAN equipment
This device is a 2.4 GHz wideband transmission system (transceiver), intended for use in all EU member states and EFTA
countries, except in France, Italy and Belgium where restrictive use applies.
France - This device may not be used for setting up outdoor radio links in France and in some areas the RF output
power may be limited to 10 mW EIRP in the frequency range of 2454 – 2483.5 MHz. For detailed information, the enduser should contact the national spectrum authority in France.
Italy - In Italy the end-user should apply for a license at the national spectrum authorities in order to obtain
authorisation to use the device for setting up outdoor radio links and/or for supplying public access to
telecommunications and/or network services.
Belgium - In Belgium there is a restriction in outdoor use. The frequency range in which outdoor operation is permitted
is 2460 – 2483.5 MHz. The BIPT Institute must be notified of any outdoor wireless link having a range exceeding 300
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1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas.
Hierbij verklaart Buffalo Inc. dat het toestel Ethernet Converter in overeenstemming is met de
essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
Malti [Maltese]
Hawnhekk, Buffalo Inc., jiddikjara li dan Ethernet Converter jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet
essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC.
Alulírott, Buffalo Inc. nyilatkozom, hogy a Ethernet Converter megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ
követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC irányelv egyéb elõírásainak.
Niniejszym Buffalo Inc. oświadcza, że Ethernet Converter jest zgodny z zasadniczymi
wymogami oraz pozostałymi stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
Buffalo Inc. declara que este Ethernet Converter está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e
outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Buffalo Inc. izjavlja, da je ta Ethernet Converter v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi
relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES.
Slovensky [Slovak]
[Meno výrobcu] týmto vyhlasuje, že Ethernet Converter spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky
príslušné ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES.
Suomi [Finnish]
Buffalo Inc. vakuuttaa täten että Ethernet Converter tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY
oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.
Svenska [Swedish]
Härmed intygar Buffalo Inc. att denna Ethernet Converter står I överensstämmelse med de
väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv
Environmental Information
• T he equipment that you have purchased has required the extraction and use of natural resources for its production.
• T he equipment may contain hazardous substances that could impact health and the environment.
• I n order to avoid the dissemination of those substances in our environment and to diminish the pressure on the natural
resources, we encourage you to use the appropriate take-back systems.
• T he take-back systems will reuse or recycle most of the materials of your end life equipment in a sound way.
• The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol invites you to use those systems.
• I f you need more information on the collection, reuse and recycling systems, please contact your local or regional waste
Contact Information
Buffalo Technology UK Ltd.
2 Bracknell Beeches,
Old Bracknell Lane,
Berkshire, RG12 7BW
United Kingdom
General Inquiries:
Email: sales@buffalo-technology.com
Technical Support: 
European technical support is provided in English, French, German, Italian,
and Spanish. For opening hours and relevant phone numbers, go to www.
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