SU-G30 Network Audio Amplifier Operating Instructions

SU-G30 Network Audio Amplifier Operating Instructions
SU-G30
Network Audio Amplifier
Operating Instructions
Music is borderless and timeless, touching people’s
hearts across cultures and generations.
Each day the discovery of a truly emotive experience
from an unencountered sound awaits.
Let us take you on your journey to rediscover music.
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Delivering the Ultimate Emotive Musical
Experience to All
At Technics we understand that the listening experience is not
purely about technology but the magical and emotional relationship
between people and music.
We want people to experience music as it was originally intended
and enable them to feel the emotional impact that enthuses and
delights them.
Through delivering this experience we want to support the
development and enjoyment of the world’s many musical cultures.
This is our philosophy.
With a combination of our love of music and the vast highend audio experience of the Technics team, we stand committed
to building a brand that provides the ultimate emotive musical
experience by music lovers, for music lovers.
Director
Michiko Ogawa
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Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save this manual for future use.
• About descriptions in these operating instructions
- Pages to be referred to are indicated as “ ○○”.
- The illustrations shown may differ from your unit.
Sales and Support Information
Customer Communications Centre
• For customers within the UK: 0333 222 8777
• For customers within Ireland: 01 447 5229
• Monday–Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, (Excluding public holidays).
• For further support on your product, please visit our website: www.technics.com/uk/
Features
High-Quality Audio Technologies
Employed including JENO Engine
and GaN-FET Driver
The JENO Engine transmits and processes audio
signals in full digital and with minimal jitter from
the input stage to the power stage. The GaNFET Driver performs high-speed switching with
minimal loss. The LAPC conducts speaker load
adaptive phase calibration to achieve ideal gain
and phase characteristics for any type of speaker.
Also, the low-distortion switching power supply
specifically designed for the SU-G30 which
stabilises the output voltage realises accurate
signal amplification Technics regards as ideal.
High-Quality Processing of All
Types of Signal Sources Ranging
from High-Res Audio Sources to
Analogue Audio Sources
Supporting a diversity of input sources, such as
digital audio (DLNA, USB and Bluetooth®), iOS
devices and analogue audio (Line and Phono),
the SU-G30 digitally processes all types of signal
sources with the high-quality sound technology
developed by Technics.
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Ideal Sound Quality and
Performance Realised by the
Integrated Simple Configuration.
The SU-G30 features a built-in network audio
circuit with thorough measures taken against
jitter and noise. It transmits digital audio data
through the shortest possible signal path from
the music sources all the way to the power stage
to pursue uncompromised sound quality with
extremely low signal degradation.
Table of contents
Safety precautions
08
Please carefully read the “Safety precautions” of this
manual before use.
Installation
11
Installation
Control reference guide
12
Main unit, Remote control
Connections
16
Speaker connection, AC mains lead connection,
Network settings
Operations
24
Playing back connected devices
Settings
38
Other settings, Using output correction function
(LAPC)
Troubleshooting
42
Before requesting service, read the troubleshooting.
Others
47
Playable media, Specifications, etc.
Accessories
AC mains lead (1)
K2CT3YY00081
Remote control (1)
N2QAYA000115
Batteries for remote control (2)
• Product numbers provided in these operating instructions are correct as of December 2015.
• These may be subject to change.
• Do not use AC mains lead with other equipment.
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Safety precautions
Warning
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Caution
Unit
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture,
dripping or splashing.
- Do not place objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, on this unit.
- Use only the recommended accessories.
- Do not remove covers.
- Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
- Do not let metal objects fall inside this unit.
- Do not place heavy items on this unit.
Unit
• Do not place sources of naked flames, such as
lighted candles, on this unit.
• This unit may receive radio interference caused
by mobile telephones during use. If such
interference occurs, please increase separation
between this unit and the mobile telephone.
• This unit is intended for use in moderate and
tropical climates.
• Do not put any objects on this unit. This unit
becomes hot while it is on.
• Do not touch the top surface of this unit. This
unit becomes hot while it is on.
AC mains lead
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Ensure that the power supply voltage
corresponds to the voltage printed on this
unit.
- Insert the mains plug fully into the socket
outlet.
- Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the
lead.
- Do not handle the plug with wet hands.
- Hold onto the mains plug body when
disconnecting the plug.
- Do not use a damaged mains plug or socket
outlet.
• The mains plug is the disconnecting device.
Install this unit so that the mains plug can be
unplugged from the socket outlet immediately.
• Ensure the earth pin on the mains plug is
securely connected to prevent electrical shock.
- An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall
be connected to a mains socket outlet with a
protective earth connection.
Placement
• Place this unit on an even surface.
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or
product damage,
- Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase,
built-in cabinet or in another confined space.
Ensure this unit is well ventilated.
- Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation
openings with newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, and similar items.
- Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight, high
temperatures, high humidity, and excessive
vibration.
• Ensure that the placement location is sturdy
enough to accommodate the weight of this unit
( 50).
• Do not lift or carry this unit by holding the
knobs or antenna. Doing so may cause this
unit to fall, resulting in personal injury or
malfunction of this unit.
Battery
• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the type
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte
leakage and may cause a fire.
- Remove the battery if you do not intend to
use the remote control for a long period of
time. Store in a cool, dark place.
- Do not heat or expose to flame.
- Do not leave the battery(ies) in a car exposed
to direct sunlight for a long period of time
with doors and windows closed.
- Do not take apart or short circuit.
- Do not recharge alkaline or manganese
batteries.
- Do not use batteries if the covering has been
peeled off.
- Do not mix old and new batteries or different
types at the same time.
• When disposing of the batteries, please contact
your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
(For the AC mains plug of three pins)
For your safety, please read the following text
carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three
pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 10-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please
ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of
10-ampere and that it is approved by ASTA or
BSI to BS1362.
or the BSI mark
Check for the ASTA mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you
must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be
used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from
your local dealer.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to
the type of AC mains plug (figures A and B).
Confirm the AC mains plug fitted and follow the
instructions below.
Illustrations may differ from actual AC mains
plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Figure A
Figure B
Fuse cover
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse
cover.
Figure A
Fuse
(10 ampere)
Figure B
Fuse
(10 ampere)
Safety precautions
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Safety precautions
Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries
Only for European Union and countries with recycling systems
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used
electrical and electronic products and batteries must not be mixed with general household
waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take
them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national legislation.
By disposing of them correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health and the environment.
For more information about collection and recycling, please contact your local municipality.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom symbol):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with
the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby, “Panasonic Corporation” declares that this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Customers can download a copy of the original DoC to our R&TTE products from our DoC server:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH, Panasonic Testing Centre, Winsbergring 11, 22525 Hamburg,
Germany
This product is in compliance with the radio standards of the following countries.
GB, DE, AT, BE, DK, SE, FR, IT, ES, NL, FI, GR, PT, PL, HU, CZ, SK, EE, LV, LT, SI, BG, RO, MT, CY, IE,
LU, HR, NO, CH, IS, LI
This product is intended for general consumer. (Category 3)
This WLAN feature of this product shall exclusively be used inside buildings.
This product on purpose to connect to access point of 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz WLAN.
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Installation
Installation
• Turn off all equipment before connection and
read the appropriate operating instructions.
Unit care
To dispose or transfer this unit
This unit may contain private information. Before
disposing of or transferring this unit, perform the
following to delete the data, including personal
or secret information.
• “To return all settings to the factory defaults”
( 42)
• Pull out the AC mains lead from the outlet
before maintenance. Clean this unit with a soft
cloth.
• When dirt is heavy, wring a wet cloth tightly to
wipe the dirt, and then wipe it with a soft cloth.
• Do not use solvents including benzine, thinner,
alcohol, kitchen detergent, a chemical wiper,
etc. This might cause the exterior case to be
deformed or the coating to come off.
Safety precautions / Installation
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Control reference guide
Main unit
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
PHONO
LINE IN
AC IN ∼
LAN
PHONO
EARTH
OPT
COAX1
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
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PC
10BASE-T /
100BASE-TX
SPEAKERS
(4∼16Ω)
01 Standby/on switch (
)
• Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In
standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.
02 Power indicator
• Blue: The unit is on.
• Red: The unit is in standby mode with the following status.
- Network standby function is available. ( 38)
- Charging an iPhone/iPad/iPod ( 31)
• Off: The unit is in standby mode with no function available.
03 Remote control signal sensor
• Distance: Within approx. 7 m directly in front
• Angle: Approx. 30° left and right
04 Headphones jack
• When a plug is connected, the speakers do not output sound.
• Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can
cause hearing loss.
• Listening at full volume for long periods may damage the user’s
ears.
05 USB-A terminal ( DC 5 V 2.1 A)
• Port for iPhone/iPad/iPod and USB devices ( 30, 31)
06 Volume knob
• -- dB (min), -99.0 dB to 0 dB (max)
• When this unit is muted, if you turn the knob, the muting will be
cancelled.
07 Display
• Input source, playback status, etc. are displayed. For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
08 Input selector knob
• Turn this knob clockwise or anticlockwise to switch the input
source.
09 Analogue audio input terminals (PHONO) ( 36)
• MM cartridges are supported.
10 PHONO EARTH terminal ( 36)
• For connecting the ground wire of a record player.
11 Analogue audio input terminals (LINE IN) ( 36)
12 Optical digital input terminal ( 34)
13 Coaxial digital input terminals ( 34)
14 USB-B terminal
• For connecting to a PC, etc. ( 35)
15 LAN terminal ( 18)
16 Speaker output terminals ( 16)
17 Product identification marking
• The model number is indicated.
18 AC IN terminal (
) ( 17)
19 Wireless LAN antenna ( 19)
Control reference guide
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Control reference guide
Remote control
NET
DIGITAL
ANALOG
INPUT
Using the remote control
2
1
R03/LR03, AAA
(Alkaline or manganese batteries)
Note
• Insert the battery so the terminals ( and
) match those in the remote control.
• Point it at the remote control signal sensor on
this unit. ( 12)
• Keep the batteries out of reach of children to
prevent swallowing.
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01 [ ]: Standby/on switch
• Press to switch the unit from on to
standby mode or vice versa. In standby
mode, the unit is still consuming a small
amount of power.
02 [NET]/[DIGITAL]/[ANALOG]:
Select the device to be operated
( 24, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36)
03 [>INPUT<]: Switch the input source
04 [MENU]: Enter menu
( 24, 25, 28, 30, 32, 33)
05 [SETUP]: Enter setup menu ( 38)
06 [LAPC]: Measure the output signal of
the amplifier and correct its output
( 41)
07 [+VOL-]: Adjust the volume
• -- dB (min), -99.0 dB to 0 dB (max)
08 [MUTE]: Mute the sound
• Press [MUTE] again to cancel. “MUTE”
is also cancelled when you adjust the
volume or when you turn the unit to
standby.
09 Basic playback control buttons
10 [DIMMER]: Adjust the brightness of the
display, etc.
• When the display is turned off, it will
light up only when you operate this unit.
Before the display turns off again, “Display
Off” will be displayed for a few seconds.
• Press repeatedly to switch the brightness.
11 [INFO]: View content information
• Press this button to display the
track, artist, and album names, file
type, sampling frequency, and other
information. (The information varies
depending on the input source.)
12 [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ]/[OK]: Selection/OK
13 [RETURN]: Return to the previous
display
14 [DIRECT]: Turn on/off Direct mode
15 [RE-MASTER]: Turn on/off Re-master
16 Numeric buttons, etc.
• To select a 2-digit number
Example:
16: [ 10] > [1] > [6]
• To select a 4-digit number
Example:
1234: [ 10] > [ 10] > [ 10] > [1] > [2] > [3]
> [4]
• [CLEAR]: Clear the entered value.
Remote control code
When other equipment responds to the supplied
remote control, change the remote control code.
• The factory default is “Mode 1”.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Remote
Control” and then press [OK].
• The current remote control code of this unit
is displayed.
3 When “Set Mode 1/2” is displayed, set
the remote control code of the remote
control.
To set “Mode 1”:
Press and hold [OK] and [1] for at least 4
seconds.
To set “Mode 2”:
Press and hold [OK] and [2] for at least 4
seconds.
4 Point the remote control at this unit,
and press and hold [OK] for at least 4
seconds.
• When the remote control code is changed,
the new code will appear on the display for a
few seconds.
■ When “Remote 1” or “Remote 2” is
displayed
When “Remote 1” or “Remote 2” is displayed,
the remote control codes of this unit and remote
control are different. Perform step 3 above.
Control reference guide
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Connections
Speakers/AC mains lead
• Use only the supplied AC mains lead.
• Do not connect the AC mains lead until all other connections are complete.
• Insert the plugs of the cables to be connected all the way in.
• Do not bend cables at sharp angles.
• To optimise the audio output, you can measure the amplifier output signal and correct its
output when it is connected to the speakers. ( 41)
PHONO
LINE IN
LAN
PHONO
EARTH
OPT
COAX1
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
PC
10BASE-T /
100BASE-TX
Speaker cable (not supplied)
Speaker connection
1 Turn the knobs to loosen them, and
insert the core wires into the holes.
Note
• When the connections are completed, pull the
speaker cables lightly to check that they are
connected firmly.
• Be careful not to cross (short-circuit) or reverse
the polarity of the speaker wires as doing so
may damage the amplifier.
DO NOT
2 Tighten the knobs.
• Wire the polarity (+/-) of the terminals correctly.
Not doing so may adversely affect stereo
effects or cause malfunction.
• For details, refer to the operating instructions of
the speakers.
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SPEA
1
(4∼1
AC IN ∼
To a household
mains socket
KERS
16Ω)
Insert the AC mains lead up to a
point just before the round hole.
AC mains lead (supplied)
Speaker cable (not supplied)
AC mains lead connection
Connect only after all other connections are
completed.
• Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi®) setting may start when
this unit is turned on. If you stop the Wi-Fi
setting, select “Off” in “Wi-Fi Setup” screen.
Select “On” to keep the Wi-Fi setting. ( 19)
Note
Output correction function (LAPC)
You can make the optimum adjustment
according to your own speakers.
• When you select “Off” in “Wi-Fi Setup”, you
can set LAPC function ( 41).
• When you select “On” in “Wi-Fi Setup”, set the
wireless LAN connection first, and you can set
LAPC function ( 41).
• This unit consumes a small amount of AC power
( 50) even when the unit is in standby mode.
Remove the plug from the main electrical outlet
if you will not be using the unit for an extended
period of time. Place the unit so the plug can be
easily removed.
Connections
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Connections
Network settings
You can stream music from an iOS device (iPhone/iPad/iPod), an Android™ device or a PC (Mac/
Windows) to this unit by using the AirPlay or DLNA feature. ( 24, 28)
To use these features, this unit must join the same network as the AirPlay compatible device or the DLNA
compatible device.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
This system can be connected to a router using a LAN cable or built-in Wi-Fi®.
For a stable connection to the network, a wired LAN connection is recommended.
Note
• If you try to change the network settings immediately after turning on this unit, it may take some time until
the network setup screen is displayed.
• If “Firmware update is available” is displayed after the network connection is set up, the firmware for this
unit is available.
- Refer to “Firmware updates” ( 39) for details on update.
- For the update information, refer to the following website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
Wired LAN connection
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this unit,
and press [ ]. ( 17)
AC IN ∼
LAN
OPT
COAX1
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
PC
10BASE-T /
100BASE-TX
• When the connection is established,
” is displayed.
“
SPEAKERS
(4∼16Ω)
Note
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Broadband
router, etc.
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
2 Connect this unit to a broadband
router, etc. using a LAN cable.
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• While the AC mains lead is disconnected, the
LAN cable must be connected or disconnected.
• Use category 7 or above straight LAN cables
(STP) when connecting to peripheral devices.
• Inserting any cable other than a LAN cable in
the LAN port can damage the unit.
• If the LAN cable is disconnected, the networkrelated settings return to default. Make the
settings again.
• When a LAN cable is connected, the Wi-Fi
function may be disabled.
Wireless LAN connection
■ Choose a network setting method
■ Preparation
Disconnect the AC mains lead.
Disconnect the LAN cable.
Place this unit as close to the wireless router as
possible.
Point up the antenna on the rear of this unit as
shown in the figure.
Are you using an iPod touch/iPhone/iPad?
Yes
(iOS version 7.0 or later)
Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
Configuration) ( 20)
(iOS version 5.0 or later)
PHONO
Using iPhone/iPad/iPod ( 21)
LINE IN
AC IN ∼
LAN
PHONO
EARTH
OPT
COAX1
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
PC
10BASE-T /
100BASE-TX
No
SPEAKERS
(4∼16Ω)
Does your wireless network router
support WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup™)?
Connect the AC mains lead to this unit. ( 17)
Note
Yes
(WPS button)
• Do not perform the following:
- Applying too much force to the antenna
- Carrying this unit by holding the antenna
• The setting will be cancelled after the set time
limit. In that case, try the setting again.
• To cancel this setting in the middle, press [ ] or
turn the unit to standby mode.
Using the WPS button ( 20)
(WPS PIN code)
Using the WPS PIN code ( 21)
No
Are you using an Android device?
Yes
■ Settings for the first time
1 Press [
Using “Technics Music App” ( 22)
] to turn this unit on.
• “Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed.
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
• “WAC Mode for iOS” automatically starts.
3 (For “WAC Mode for iOS”)
Proceed to step 2 of “Using the WAC
(Wireless Accessory Configuration)”
( 20).
(For other network setting method)
Choose a network setting method.
Note
• When this unit is switched to standby mode and
turned on before the Wi-Fi setting is complete,
“Wi-Fi Setup” is displayed. Perform the Wi-Fi
setting or select “Off”.
No
Using an internet browser ( 22)
■ Settings using [SETUP] menu
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
• When “Wi-Fi” screen is displayed, press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK]. (The wireless LAN function
is enabled.)
4 Choose a network setting method.
Connections
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Connections
Network settings
(Continued)
Using the WAC (Wireless Accessory
Configuration)
“WAC Mode for iOS”
You can send its Wi-Fi configuration to this
system using an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
• Supported device:
iPhone/iPad/iPod touch (iOS version 7.0 or
later), or Mac (OS X 10.9 or later, with AirPort
Utility 6.3.1. or later)
• The following explanations are based on an
iPhone.
• Make sure your iPhone is connected to your
home wireless network beforehand.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “WAC Mode for iOS” and then
press [OK].
Using the WPS button
“WPS Push”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can set
up a connection by pressing the WPS button.
• A compatible wireless router may have the WPS
identifier mark.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “WPS Push” and then press
[OK].
• “WPS” is displayed. Complete step 2 within 2
minutes.
2 After “WPS” is displayed, press the
WPS button on the wireless router.
Example:
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your iPhone.
3 Select “Technics SU-G30 ******”
under the “SET UP NEW AIRPLAY
SPEAKER...” on your iPhone.
• “******” stands for a character that is unique
to each set.
4 The “AirPlay Setup” screen appears on
your iPhone.
• This system will be displayed as “Technics
SU-G30 ******”. To change the name, enter
a new name to replace the existing one. You
can also do the renaming after the network
connection is set up. ( 23)
• You can set a password for this system under
“SPEAKER PASSWORD”. (You will need this
password if you make network settings by
internet browser next time.)
5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
6 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
20
” is displayed.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Using the WPS PIN code
“WPS PIN”
If your wireless router supports WPS, you can set
up a connection by entering the WPS PIN code.
• For details on how to enter the PIN code, refer
to the operating instructions of the wireless
router.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “WPS PIN” and then press [OK].
• The PIN code is displayed. Complete step 2
within 2 minutes.
Using iPhone/iPad/iPod
“With iPod”
With this method you will share the wireless
network settings of your iPod/iPhone/iPad with
this system.
• Supported device:
iPhone/iPad/iPod touch (iOS version 5.0 or
later)
• The following explanations are based on an
iPhone.
• Make sure your iPhone is connected to your
home wireless network beforehand.
2 Enter the PIN code into the wireless
router from PC, etc.
VOLUM
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
PHONES
3 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Note
• Depending on a router, other connected
devices may temporarily lose their connection.
• For details, refer to the operating instructions of
the wireless router.
5V 2.1A
USB cable
(supplied with iPhone/iPad/iPod)
1 Connect the iPhone to this unit with
the USB cable.
• Use the USB cable supplied with iPhone/
iPad/iPod.
• Unlock your iPhone before connecting.
2 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control
to select “With iPod” and then press
[OK].
• “Connecting Wi-Fi” is displayed.
3 Allow the iPhone to share the wireless
network settings.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
4 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Connections
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Connections
Network settings
(Continued)
Using “Technics Music App”
“Setup from Browser”
If you install the dedicated app “Technics
Music App” (free of charge) on your Android
device, you can set up a connection using the
application.
• If you’re using an Android device, download the
app at Google Play™.
• Check the password for your home wireless
network.
• Make sure your Android device is connected to
your home wireless network beforehand.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “Setup from Browser” and then
press [OK].
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Start “Technics Music App” on the
Android device.
3 Select “
” and go to Wi-Fi settings.
4 Enter the password for your home
wireless network.
5 Select “Next” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
6 Make sure to connect your compatible
device back to your home wireless
network.
7 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Using an internet browser
“Setup from Browser”
You can access this unit’s network settings from
the internet browser on iOS device (iOS version
6.1.6 or earlier), Android device, PC, etc.
• The following explanations are based on an
Android device.
1 Press [ ], [ ] on the remote control to
select “Setup from Browser” and then
press [OK].
• “Setting” is displayed.
2 Go to Wi-Fi settings on your
compatible device and select “00
Setup ******” to connect to this
system.
• “******” stands for a character that is unique
to each set.
3 Start the internet browser and type
“http://192.168.1.12/” into the URL
address field and display the page.
• Examples of internet browsers
- iOS device/Mac: Safari
- Android device: Google Chrome™
- PC: Windows Internet Explorer
4 Select “Search wireless network”.
5 Select your home wireless network
name (Network name (SSID)) and type
the password for this network.
6 Select “JOIN” to apply the settings.
• “Linking” is displayed.
• When the connection is established,
“Success” is displayed.
- “Fail” may be displayed if the connection
was not complete. Try this method
again from [SETUP] menu. If “Fail” is still
displayed, try other methods ( 19).
• Depending on the device, the connection
complete screen may not be displayed.
7 Make sure to connect your compatible
device back to your home wireless
network.
8 Press [OK] on the remote control to
exit the setting.
•“
” is displayed.
Note
• Enable JavaScript and Cookies in your browser
settings.
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This unit’s name on the network
“Friendly Name”
You can change this unit’s name on the network
(e.g. “Room 1” or “Living Room” etc.).
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Friendly Name” and then press [OK].
• The current name of this unit is displayed.
Press [OK] to edit.
4 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to input the
friendly name.
• Only ASCII characters can be used.
• “A” can be added when you press the
[ ] at the time of the last letter of the
Friendly Name is selected.
• Press [CLEAR] to delete a letter.
• Press [ 10] to insert a letter “A”.
• Default name is “Technics SU-G30 ******”.
“******” stands for a digit that is unique to
each set.
To make network-related settings
You can set specific IP address, subnet mask,
default gateway, primary DNS, etc. (If your
network requires specific settings, disable DHCP.)
• Do not play back music while changing these
settings.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Select and input the details.
4 Press [OK] to apply the settings.
5 Press [RETURN] repeatedly to exit the
settings.
6 Press [ ] to switch the unit to standby.
• Wait until “Please Wait” disappears.
7 Perform the network setting. ( 18)
5 Press [OK] to apply the settings.
6 Press [RETURN] repeatedly to exit the
settings.
To check the MAC address of this
unit
“MAC Address”
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Network” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“MAC Address” and then press [OK].
• The MAC address of this unit is displayed.
Connections
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Operations
Playing back music files on the DLNA server
You can share music files stored in the DLNA Certified media server (PC, Network
Attached Storage, etc.) connected to your home network, and enjoy the contents
with this unit.
■ Preparation
• Complete the network settings. ( 18)
• Connect the device to be used to the
same network as this unit.
• To use Windows Media® Player
- Add the contents and folder to the
libraries of the Windows Media® Player
11 or 12, or a smartphone, etc.
- Playlist of Windows Media® Player can
play back only the contents that are
stored in the libraries.
- To use Windows Media® Player for
streaming, you need to configure it in
advance.
Playing back content stored on the
DLNA server by controlling it from
this unit
1 Press [NET] to select “DMP”.
• The server selection screen will be displayed.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select a DLNA server
on the network, and then press [OK].
• The folder/content selection screen will be
displayed. Repeat this step to make further
selections.
• Folders/content may be displayed in
different order from the order on the server,
depending on its specifications.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and
then press [OK].
Note
• The connected server and its contents may
not be displayed properly depending on its
condition. (e.g. soon after adding the contents
to the server, etc.)
Please try again later. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the device.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
• Press again to restart play.
Skip
Search
Viewing
available
information
[INFO]
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and
then press [OK].
1-Track:
Only plays the selected track. (“1 ” is
displayed.)
All:
All tracks are repeated. (“ ” is displayed.)
• Setting is available even when the input source
is switched to “USB” ( 30).
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Playing back content stored on the
DLNA server by controlling it from a
DMC
By controlling a DMC (Digital Media Controller)
compatible device, you can play back music
stored on the DLNA server on this unit (DMRDigital Media Renderer).
1 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
Random repeat playback
“Random”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Random” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
• All tracks in the folder are repeated randomly.
(“RND” and “ ” are displayed.)
• During random playback, you cannot skip to the
previous track.
• During random playback, tracks may be played
more than once.
• Setting is available even when the input source
is switched to “USB” ( 30).
Operations using the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”
2 Operate the DMC compatible device
and connect to this unit.
• The device name of this unit will be displayed
as “Technics SU-G30 ******”*1, 2.
• For details on how to use DMC compatible
devices, refer to the operating instructions of
the devices or the software.
Note
• When you operate DMC, playback of other
audio sources will stop and DLNA output will
have priority.
• Depending on the contents and the connected
equipment, operations or playback may not be
possible.
• This unit does not guarantee connection with
all DMC applications. Use the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”.
1:
* “******” stands for a digit that is unique to
each set.
*2: The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. ( 23)
If you install the dedicated app “Technics
Music App” (free of charge) on your tablet/
smartphone, you can control this unit using a
wide variety of functions.
For details, visit:
www.technics.com/support/
Operations
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Operations
Playing back Internet Radio (vTuner)
Internet Radio is an audio broadcasting service transmitted via the
Internet.
vTuner is a free online content service to listen to the many Internet
Radio stations over the world.
■ Preparation
• Complete the network settings. ( 18)
- Make sure that the network is connected to
the Internet.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
1 Press [>INPUT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
• When “Internet Radio” is selected as the
source, this unit will automatically try and
connect to the last selected Internet Radio
station.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station and
then press [OK].
• The buffering status is displayed as %. (
stands for a number.)
• Repeat this step to make further selections
according to the genre, region, etc.
• Press [RETURN] to return to the previous
screen.
• The Internet Radio stations, genre, region,
etc. on this unit are edited and managed by
vTuner.
• The podcasts on the list of vTuner can also be
played back.
• The station that does not broadcast cannot
be played back. (It will be skipped or return
to the list.)
Note
• The Internet Radio service may be suspended or
be otherwise unavailable without notice.
• Internet Radio may not be played back properly
depending on the network condition.
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
(Returns to the list.)
• Press again to restart play.
(While playing back the
podcasts)
Skip
Viewing
available
information
[INFO]
Adding a station to favourite list
“Add Favourites”
1 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station to add
and then press [OK].
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Add Favourites” and then press [OK].
• “Added” is displayed after registering.
• You can register up to 50 stations with this unit.
If a 51st station is added, “Favourites Full” is
displayed. Delete the stations from the favourite
list. ( 27)
• You cannot add the already registered station.
(“Already Exists” is displayed.)
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Operations using the dedicated app
“Technics Music App”
If you install the dedicated app “Technics
Music App” (free of charge) on your tablet/
smartphone, you can control this unit and edit
the station list with the vTuner function.
Download and install the app from the website
below.
www.technics.com/support/
Creating the Internet Radio station
list with PC
Calling up the favourite list
“Call Favourites”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Call Favourites” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
• “ ” is displayed.
• If no station is registered to the favourite list,
“Empty” is displayed. Add a station to the list.
( 26)
Deleting the favourite station
“Delete Favourites”
1 Press [>INPUT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Check the MAC address of this unit.
( 23)
3 Use your PC to access the vTuner
website.
www.technics.com/radio/
• You can select the language on the website.
4 Follow the on-screen instructions and
enter the necessary information for
registration.
5 Search by category (genre, region,
language, etc.) or edit the list.
■ Playback of the stations listed by your PC
1 Press [MENU].
You can play back the stations listed by your PC
separately from the favourite list of this unit.
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Delete Favourites” and then press
[OK].
1 Press [>INPUT<] repeatedly to select
“Internet Radio”.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select a station to
delete from the favourite list.
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
• “Deleted” is displayed after deleting.
• “Empty” is displayed if no station is registered
to the favourite list.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“technics.com/radio/” and then press
[OK].
• Before disposing of or transferring this unit,
delete the personal information on the website.
Operations
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Operations
Using AirPlay
You can play back music stored on iOS device, etc. using AirPlay.
• AirPlay works with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS 4.3.3 or later, Mac with
OS X Mountain Lion or later, and PC with iTunes 10.2.2 or later.
■ Preparation
• Complete the network settings. ( 18)
• Connect the iOS device or PC to the same
network as this unit.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
1 (iOS device)
Start the “Music” (or iPod) app.
(PC)
Start “iTunes”.
2 Select “Technics SU-G30 ******”*1, 2
from the AirPlay icon
.
3 Start play.
• Check the volume settings before starting the
playback.
• When AirPlay is used for the first time, the
volume may be output at the maximum setting.
• The playback will start with a slight delay.
*1: “******” stands for a digit that is unique to
each set.
*2: The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. ( 23)
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
Operations during playback
• Refer to the connected device to verify the
selected setting.
• You can also set on the connected iOS device/
PC.
Stop
Pause
• Press again to restart play.
Skip
Note
• Playback of other audio sources will stop and
AirPlay output will have priority.
• Volume changes on the iOS device or iTunes will
apply to this unit. (Refer to the iTunes Help for
the required settings in iTunes.)
• With some iOS and iTunes versions, it may not
be possible to restart the AirPlay playback if
the selector is changed or the unit is turned
to standby mode, during the AirPlay playback.
In this case, select a different device from the
AirPlay icon of the Music app or iTunes and
then re-select this unit as the output speakers.
• AirPlay will not work when playing back videos
on iTunes.
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3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
Random repeat playback
“Shuffle”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Shuffle” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to set, and press [OK].
• Refer to the connected device to verify the
selected setting.
• You can also set on the connected iOS device/
PC.
Using Spotify
This unit is compatible with the online music service (Spotify).
■ Preparation
• You will need Spotify Premium. For details, visit
the following website.
www.spotify.com/connect/
• Complete the network settings. ( 18)
- Make sure that the network is connected to
the Internet.
• Connect the device to be used to the same
network as this unit.
1 Start the Spotify app on your device,
and select a song to play back.
2 Select the square image of the song’s
cover art in the bottom left of the
playback screen.
3 Select the icon “
”.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
4 Select this unit as the output speakers.
Note
• The device name of this unit will be displayed as
“Technics SU-G30 ******”*1, 2.
• Registration/subscription is required.
• Fees may apply.
• Services, icons, and specifications are subject to
change.
*1: “******” stands for a digit that is unique to
each set.
*2: The device name can be changed from “This
unit’s name on the network”. ( 23)
Operations
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Operations
Using USB device
Connect a USB device to the unit, and you can play
back music stored on the USB device.
• Refer to “USB” ( 47) for information about the USB
device this unit can play back.
VOLUME
1 Connect a USB device to the unit.
PHONES
5V 2.1A
2 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“USB”.
• The folder/content selection screen will be
displayed.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and
then press [OK].
• Repeat this step to make further selections.
• Press [RETURN] to return to the previous
folder.
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
• Press again to restart play.
Skip
Search
Viewing
available
information
[INFO]
USB device
1-Track:
Only plays the selected track. (“1 ” is
displayed.)
All:
All tracks in the folder are repeated. (“ ” is
displayed.)
• Setting is available even when the input source
is switched to “DMP” ( 24).
Random repeat playback
“Random”
1 Press [MENU].
• This operation may not be available for some
formats.
Repeat playback
“Repeat”
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Repeat” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select an item and
then press [OK].
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2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Random” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
• All tracks in the folder are repeated randomly.
(“RND” and “ ” are displayed.)
• During random playback, you cannot skip to the
previous track.
• During random playback, tracks may be played
more than once.
• Setting is available even when the input source
is switched to “DMP” ( 25).
Using iPhone/iPad/iPod
Connect an iPhone/iPad/iPod to the unit using USB
cable*, and you can play back music stored on iPhone/
iPad/iPod or charge iPhone/iPad/iPod.
• Refer to “iPhone/iPad/iPod” ( 47) for information
about the iOS device this unit can play back.
:
* Use the USB cable supplied with iPhone/iPad/iPod.
iPhone/iPad/iPod
INPUT SELECTOR
1 Connect an iPhone/iPad/iPod to the
unit.
2 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“USB”.
• The display will automatically change to
“iPod_Port” when a compatible iPhone/iPad/
iPod is connected to the USB-A terminal.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
USB cable
(supplied with iPhone/iPad/iPod)
Operations during playback
Stop
Pause
• Press again to restart play.
Skip
Search
• For “Repeat” and “Shuffle”. ( 28)
Note
• Compatibility depends on the software version.
Update your iPhone/iPad/iPod to the latest
software before using it with this unit.
• Operation results may vary depending on the
iPhone/iPad/iPod models or the iOS version.
3 Start playback on the iPhone/iPad/
iPod.
Charging an iPhone/iPad/iPod
During unit on, charging starts when an iPhone/
iPad/iPod is connected to this unit.
• To continue charging from the USB cable
connection during standby mode, make sure
the iPhone/iPad/iPod has started charging
before turning the unit to standby mode.
• Check the iPhone/iPad/iPod to see if the
battery is fully charged. Once fully charged,
remove the iPhone/iPad/iPod.
Note
• When this unit is in standby mode, “iPod
Charging” is displayed and the power indicator
lights red.
• Charging stops when the battery is fully
charged. The battery will deplete naturally.
• When charging an iPhone/iPad/iPod whose
battery is depleted, do not turn this unit to
standby mode until the iPhone/iPad/iPod
becomes operational.
Operations
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Operations
Using Bluetooth®
You can listen to the sound from the Bluetooth® audio device from this unit
wirelessly.
• Refer to the operating instructions of the Bluetooth® device for details.
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PHONES
5V 2.1A
■ Pairing a Bluetooth® device
• Turn on the Bluetooth® feature of the device
and place the device near this unit.
• If a Bluetooth® device is already connected,
disconnect it. ( 33)
1 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“Bluetooth”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Pairing” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
• “Pairing” is displayed, and this unit waits for
registering.
5 Select “SU-G30” from the Bluetooth ®
device’s menu.
• The name of the connected device is
indicated on the display.
• MAC address may be displayed before “SUG30” appears. (e.g. 6C:5A:B5:B3:1D:0F)
Note
• If prompted for the passkey, input “0000”.
• You can register up to 8 devices with this unit.
If a 9th device is paired, the device that has not
been used the longest will be replaced.
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■ Listening to music stored on a Bluetooth®
device
1 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“Bluetooth”.
• “Ready” is indicated on the display.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
2 Select “SU-G30” from the Bluetooth ®
device’s menu.
• The name of the connected device is
indicated on the display.
3 Start playback on the Bluetooth®
device.
Note
• This unit can only be connected to one device
at a time.
Operations during playback
Bluetooth® device
Stop
Pause
• Press again to restart play.
Skip
Bluetooth® transmission mode
You can change the transmission mode to
prioritise transmission quality or sound quality.
1 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“Bluetooth”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
• If a Bluetooth® device is already connected,
disconnect it.
Search
Note
• To use this unit’s remote control with a
Bluetooth® device, the Bluetooth® device must
support AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
Profile). Depending on the status of the device,
some controls may not work.
• When enjoying video contents with this
function, the video and audio output may not
be synchronised.
2 Press [MENU].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Link Mode” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select the mode and
then press [OK].
Mode1:
Emphasis on connectivity
Mode2:
Emphasis on sound quality (default)
Note
• Select “Mode1” if the sound is interrupted.
Disconnecting a Bluetooth® device
1 Press [MENU].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Disconnect?” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
Note
• The Bluetooth® device will be disconnected if a
different audio source is selected.
Operations
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Operations
Using digital audio output device
You can input digital audio signals to this unit and play
back music.
PHONO
LINE IN
LAN
PHONO
EARTH
OPT
COAX1
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
Optical digital audio cable
(not supplied)
CD player, etc.
Coaxial digital cable
(not supplied)
Using coaxial digital cable
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
2 Connect this unit and a CD player etc.
2 Connect this unit and a CD player etc.
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this unit.
( 17)
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this unit.
( 17)
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
5 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“COAX1” or “COAX2”.
5 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“OPT”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
6 Start playback on the connected
device.
Note
• The digital audio input terminals of this unit can
only detect linear PCM signals. For details, refer
to the operating instructions of the device.
- Sampling frequency:
Coaxial digital input
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Optical digital input
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
- Number of quantisation bits:
16/24 bit
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Using optical digital audio cable
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
6 Start playback on the connected
device.
PC
10BASE-T /
100BASE-TX
Using PC, etc.
You can connect the USB-B terminal and a PC, etc.
with a USB cable and play back music on the PC, etc.
with this unit.
AC IN ∼
SPEAKERS
(4∼16Ω)
ST-G30
USB 2.0 cable
(not supplied)
PC, etc.
■ Preparation
Connecting to a PC
• Before connecting to a PC, follow the steps
below.
• Refer to the following for the recommend OS
versions for your PC (as of December 2015):
- Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1,
Windows 10
- OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11
Download and install the dedicated USB driver
to the PC. (Only for Windows OS)
• Download and install the driver from the
website below.
www.technics.com/support/
Download and install the dedicated app
“Technics Audio Player” (free of charge) on
your PC.
• Download and install the app from the
website below.
www.technics.com/support/
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
2 Connect this unit and a PC, etc.
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this unit.
( 17)
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
5 Press [DIGITAL] repeatedly to select
“PC”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
6 Start playback using the dedicated
app “Technics Audio Player” on the
connected PC.
Note
• About supported format, refer to “File format”
( 53)
Operations
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Operations
Using analogue audio output device
You can input analogue audio signals to this unit and
play back music.
PHONO
PHONO
EARTH
LINE IN
OPT
COAX1
PHONO
EARTH
e.g.,
Record player *1
Ground wire*2
(not supplied)
Audio cable
(not supplied)
Using analogue digital audio cable
1 Disconnect the AC mains lead.
2 Connect this unit and a record player,
etc.
3 Connect the AC mains lead to this unit.
( 17)
4 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
5 Press [ANALOG] repeatedly to select
“LINE” or “PHONO”.
• You can also select the input source by
turning the input selector knob on the unit.
6 Start playback on the connected
device.
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*1: When connecting to a record player with a
built-in PHONO equalizer, connect its cable to
the analogue audio input terminals (LINE IN).
2:
* When connecting a record player with a
ground wire, connect the ground wire to the
PHONO EARTH terminal of this unit.
COAX2
DIGITAL IN
PC
1
0
10
AC IN ∼
LAN
0BASE-T /
00BASE-TX
SPEAKERS
(4∼16Ω)
Blu-ray Disc player, etc.
Audio cable
(not supplied)
■ Minimising audio distortion
If audio distortion occurs when using the
analogue audio input terminals, setting the
attenuator to “On” may be improved.
• The factory default is “Off”.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Attenuator (LINE)” or “Attenuator
(PHONO)” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “On” and then
press [OK].
Operations
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Settings
Sound adjustment, Other settings
The sound effects and other settings can be set up.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to
select the menu and then
press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] to set,
and press [OK].
Adjusting Bass/Middle/Treble
“Tone Control”
You can adjust the tone of this unit. Each tonal
range (Bass/Middle/Treble) can be adjusted.
• To enable this function, select “On
(adjustment)”.
• Each level can be adjusted between “- 10” and
“+ 10”.
• “TONE” is displayed after setting.
Sleep timer
“SLEEP”
The sleep timer can turn the unit to standby
mode after a set time. (30 minutes/60
minutes/90 minutes/120 minutes/Off)
Auto off function
“AUTO OFF”
This unit is designed to conserve its power
consumption and save energy. The unit has been
left unused for about 20 minutes and will enter
standby mode within a minute. Press any button
to cancel it.
• The factory default is “On”. To disable this
function, select “Off”.
Note
• The auto off function works unless you turn it
off, even if you turn this unit to standby mode
and on.
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Network settings
“Network”
Network standby
“Network Standby”
This unit can turn on automatically from standby
mode when this unit is selected as the Spotify/
AirPlay/DLNA player.
• The factory default is “Auto”.
Auto:
Enables the network standby function when
the network connection is available.
On:
Always enables the network standby function.
Note
• If this function is set to “On” or “Auto”, the
standby power consumption will increase.
• Power indicator lights red when the network
standby function is available.
Wireless LAN setting
“Wi-Fi”
The wireless LAN function can be enabled or
disabled.
• The factory default is “Off”.
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Wi-Fi signal strength
“Signal Level”
To check the Wi-Fi signal strength where this
system is located.
• It is recommended to have a signal strength
of “3”. Change the position or angle of your
wireless router or this system if the indicator is
“2” or “1” and see if the connection improves.
• If “0” is displayed, this system cannot establish
a link with the wireless router.
Changing the character encoding
“E Asian Character”
You can change the character encoding of track
names, artist names and other information when
they are not displayed as they should be.
Type 1(⽇本):
Priority is given to Japanese. (default)
Type 2(简体字):
Priority is given to Chinese (Simplified).
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Firmware updates
“F/W Update”
Occasionally, Panasonic may release updated
firmware for this unit that may add or improve
the way a feature operates. These updates are
available free of charge.
• For the update information, refer to the
following website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
Downloading takes approx. 10 minutes.
Do not disconnect the AC mains lead or
turn this unit to standby while updating.
• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. ( stands for a number.)
Note
• During the update process, no other operations
can be performed.
• If there are no updates, “Firmware is Up To
Date” is displayed. (No need to update it.)
• Updating the firmware may reset the settings.
Checking the firmware version
“F/W Version”
The version of the installed firmware is displayed.
Settings
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Settings
Sound adjustment, Other settings
Update via Internet
■ Preparation
• Connect this unit to the network. ( 18)
- Make sure that the network is connected to
the Internet.
(Continued)
Note
• Downloading may take longer depending on
the USB flash memory.
Sound adjustment
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“F/W Update” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Internet” and
then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. ( stands for a number.)
• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
5 Disconnect the AC mains lead and
reconnect it after 3 minutes.
The following sound effects can be added to the
audio output.
Listening to more natural-sounding audio
(Re-master)
Re-mastering expands the playback band and
achieves a higher bit depth to reproduce natural
and expansive sound close to original music.
• The factory default is “Off”.
Press [RE-MASTER] to select “On”/“Off”.
Direct mode
Note
• Downloading may take longer or may not
work properly depending on the connection
environment.
Update via USB flash memory
■ Preparation
• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory. For details, refer to the following
website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
1 Connect the USB flash memory with
new firmware.
2 Press [SETUP].
3 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“F/W Update” and then press [OK].
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “USB” and then
press [OK].
5 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. ( stands for a number.)
• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
6 Disconnect the AC mains lead and
reconnect it after 3 minutes.
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When this mode is set to on, the audio signal
is output directly without performing various
processing circuits.
• The factory default is “Off”.
Press [DIRECT] to select “On”/“Off”.
Using output correction function (LAPC)
You can make the optimum adjustment according to
your own speakers.
Measuring the output signal of the
amplifier and correcting its output
(LAPC)
■ Preparation
• Disconnect the headphones.
■ Turning on/off the output correction
function
Press [LAPC] to select “On”/“Off”.
Test tone emitted during measurement
To ensure the measurement accuracy,
the speakers output a test tone at regular
intervals. (For approximately 2 minutes)
It is not possible to change the volume of the
audio being output while the measurement is
in progress.
1 Press [ ] to turn this unit on.
• “On”/“Off” is displayed.
Note
• Depending on the type of the connected
speakers, the effect of the output correction
function may be minimal.
• The corrected output remains in effect until you
measure the output signal again. When you use
other speakers, redo the measurement.
2 Press and hold [LAPC] until “LAPC
Measuring” is displayed.
This unit will start measuring the output signal
of the amplifier. Check that a test tone is
output from both the left and right speakers.
When the measurement is complete, amplifier
output correction will be automatically turned
on.
• If you press [LAPC] while the measurement is
in progress, it will be cancelled.
• If you connect headphones during amplifier
signal measurement or amplifier output
correction, it will be cancelled.
Settings
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Troubleshooting
Before requesting service, make the following checks. If you are uncertain about some of the check
points, or if the solutions indicated in the following guide does not resolve the issue, then consult your
dealer for instructions.
Heat buildup of this unit
This unit becomes warm when the volume is
high. This is not a malfunction.
Do you have the latest firmware
installed?
Panasonic is constantly improving the unit’s
firmware to ensure that our customers are
enjoying the latest technology. ( 39)
To return all settings to the factory
defaults
When the following situations occur, reset the
memory:
• There is no response when buttons are pressed.
• You want to clear and reset the memory
contents.
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Press [ ], [ ] repeatedly to select
“Initialization” and then press [OK].
3 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK].
• All the settings are set back to the factory
defaults. It is necessary to set the memory
items again.
4 Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then
press [OK] again.
General
The unit does not work.
Operations are not done properly.
• One of the unit’s safety devices may have been
activated.
Press [ ] on the unit to switch the unit to
standby.
• If the unit does not switch to standby, press
[ ] on the unit for at least 5 seconds. The
unit is forcibly switched to standby.
Alternatively, disconnect the AC mains lead,
wait for at least 3 minutes, then reconnect
it.
Press [ ] on the unit to switch on. If the unit
still cannot be operated, consult the dealer.
A “humming” sound can be heard during
playback.
• An AC mains lead or fluorescent light is near the
cables. Keep other appliances and cords away
from the cables of this unit.
• A strong magnetic field near a TV or other
device may adversely affect the audio quality.
Keep this unit away from such devices.
• The speakers may output noise when a device
nearby is emitting powerful radio waves, such
as when a mobile phone is on a call.
No sound.
• Check the volume of this unit.
• Check connections to speakers and other
equipment.
After checking the connections, measure the
output signal of the amplifier. ( 41)
• Check to see if the correct input source is
selected.
• Insert the plugs of the cables to be connected
all the way in.
• Playback of multi-channel content is not
supported.
• The digital audio input terminals of this unit can
only detect linear PCM signals. For details, refer
to the operating instructions of the device.
Playback does not start.
• Depending on your environment or connected
devices, it may take some time.
• Check to see if the format of the file is
supported. About supported format, refer to
“File format”. ( 53)
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The unit turns to standby mode
automatically.
• Is the auto off function turned on? ( 38)
• This unit incorporates a protection circuit
to prevent damage caused by heat buildup.
When you use this unit at a high volume
level for a long period of time, it may turn
off automatically. Wait for this unit to cool
down before turning on this unit again. (For
approximately 3 minutes)
The sound is interrupted.
• Depending on your environment, the audio
may be interrupted during playback. Check the
operating instructions of the connected device
and the connection to the device.
The settings are reset to the factory defaults.
• Updating the firmware may reset the settings.
USB
The USB drive or its contents cannot be read.
• The USB drive format or its contents is/are not
compatible with the unit. ( 47)
] is pressed.
No response when [
• Disconnect the USB device and then reconnect
it. Alternatively, turn the unit to standby and on
again.
Slow operation of the USB flash drive.
• Large file size or high memory USB flash drive
takes longer time to read.
• It may take some time if there are a lot of files
or folders on it.
iPhone/iPad/iPod
Cannot operate.
• Select “USB” as the input source. ( 31)
• Check that the iPhone/iPad/iPod is connected
properly. ( 31)
• The battery of the iPhone/iPad/iPod is
depleted. Charge the iPhone/iPad/iPod, and
then operate again. ( 31)
• Connect the iPhone/iPad/iPod again or try to
restart the iPhone/iPad/iPod.
iPhone/iPad/iPod does not charge.
• Only when unit is ON will charging begin from
USB cable connection.
• Make sure the unit is turned on when you start
charging.
- When charging an iPhone/iPad/iPod whose
battery is depleted, do not turn this unit to
standby mode until the iPhone/iPad/iPod
becomes operational.
Bluetooth®
Pairing cannot be completed.
• Check the Bluetooth® device condition.
The device cannot be connected.
• The pairing of the device was unsuccessful
or the registration has been replaced. Try repairing the device. ( 32)
• This unit might be connected to a different
device. Disconnect the other device and try repairing the device.
The device is connected, but audio cannot be
heard through this unit.
• For some built-in Bluetooth® devices, you have
to set the audio output to “SU-G30” manually.
Read the operating instructions for the device
for details.
The sound is interrupted.
• The device is out of the 10 m communication
range. Bring the Bluetooth® device closer to this
system.
• Remove any obstacle between this system and
the device.
• Other devices that use the 2.4 GHz frequency
band (wireless router, microwaves, cordless
phones, etc.) are interfering. Bring the
Bluetooth® device closer to this system and
distance it from the other devices.
• Select “Mode1” for stable communication.
( 33)
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
PC
The PC does not recognise this unit.
• Check your operating environment. ( 35)
• Restart the PC, turn this unit to standby and on,
and then reconnect the USB cable.
• Use another USB port of the connected PC.
• Install the dedicated USB driver if using a PC
with Windows.
Network
Cannot connect to the network.
• Confirm the network connection and settings.
( 18)
• If the network is set to be invisible, make the
network visible while you set up the network
for this unit or make a wired LAN connection.
• This system’s Wi-Fi security supports WPA2™.
Your wireless router must therefore be
WPA2™ compatible. For details on the security
supported by your router and how to change
the settings, please refer to the operating
instructions or contact your internet service
provider.
• Make sure that the multicast function on the
wireless router is enabled.
• Depending on the router, WPS button may not
work. Try another connection method. ( 18)
• The wireless LAN environment or radio
interference in your area may cause connection
problem. In this case, try another connection
method. If the problem persists, make a wired
LAN connection. ( 18)
• While the AC mains lead is disconnected, the
LAN cable must be connected or disconnected.
Cannot select this system as the output
speakers.
• Make sure that the devices are connected to
the same network as this system.
• Reconnect the devices to the network.
• Turn the wireless router off and then on.
• Turn this unit to standby and on, and then
select this system as the output speakers again.
Playback does not start.
The sound is interrupted.
• Try to place the speakers further away from this
unit.
• If using the 2.4 GHz band on the wireless
router, simultaneous use with other 2.4
GHz devices, such as microwaves, cordless
telephones, etc., may result in connection
interruptions. Increase the distance between
this unit and these devices.
- If your wireless router supports 5 GHz band,
try using the 5 GHz band.
To change to the 5 GHz band, redo the
network settings using an internet browser
( 22). On the step 5, make sure to select
your network name (SSID) for the 5 GHz
band.
• Do not place this system inside a metal cabinet,
for it might block the Wi-Fi signal.
• If the playback stops, check the playback status
on the device.
• Place this system closer to the wireless router.
• Check the Wi-Fi signal strength using “Signal
Level” and adjust location of this unit and the
wireless router. ( 39)
• If several wireless devices are simultaneously
using the same wireless network as this unit, try
turning off the other devices or reducing their
wireless network usage.
• Reconnect the devices to the network.
• Turn the wireless router off and then on.
• With some iOS and iTunes versions, it may not
be possible to restart the AirPlay playback if
the selector is changed or this unit is in standby
mode, during the AirPlay playback. In this case,
select a different device from the AirPlay icon of
the Music App or iTunes and then re-select this
system as the output speakers. ( 28)
• If the above solutions do not solve the problem,
make a wired LAN connection for all connected
DLNA compatible devices which have LAN
terminal (this unit, Network Attached Storage,
DLNA server, etc.).
The DLNA server and its contents are not
displayed.
• The connected DLNA server and its contents
may not be displayed properly depending on its
condition (e.g. soon after adding the contents
to the server, etc.). Try again later. For details,
refer to the operating instructions of the DLNA
server.
Cannot find music files stored on the PC.
• When you play back music files over a network,
those that are not registered to its network
server are not displayed. For details, refer to the
operating instructions for your server.
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vTuner/Spotify
Playback does not start.
The sound is interrupted.
• The station that does not broadcast cannot be
played back. (It will be skipped or return to the
list.)
• Internet Radio may not be played back properly
depending on the network condition.
• Depending on the internet connection
environment, the sound may be interrupted or
it may take some time to play back.
• Internet Radio is an audio broadcasting service
transmitted via the Internet. Depending on the
broadcaster or condition of the transmitting,
the sound quality may vary.
Cannot display the information properly.
• Track names, station names, etc. which are
managed by vTuner/Spotify may not be
displayed properly.
Remote control
The remote control does not work properly.
• The batteries are depleted or inserted
incorrectly. ( 14)
• To avoid interference, please do not put any
objects in front of signal sensor. ( 12)
• Change the remote control code if other
products react to this remote control. ( 15)
Messages
• The selected file cannot be played back.
• Select the playable file.
- About supported format, refer to “File
format” ( 53)
AUTO OFF
• The unit has been left unused for about 20
minutes and will shut down within a minute.
Press any button to cancel it.
Checking Device
• The unit is checking the connected iPhone/
iPad/iPod or a USB device. After this display has
disappeared, start operating.
Connect to Network
• Connect this unit to the network and then
wait for the start of the Firmware Update via
Internet. ( 39, 40)
Connect USB Device
• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory and connect it. ( 39, 40)
Download Fail
• The firmware download has failed. Press any
button to exit. Please try again later.
• The server cannot be found. Press any button to
exit. Make sure that the network is connected
to the internet.
Empty
• The selected folder is empty. Move tracks into
the folder and retry the operation.
• The server is not found on the network. Check
to see if the server is connected to the same
network as this unit, and retry the connection
to this unit. ( 18)
• No Internet Radio station is registered to the
favourite list. Add a station to the list. ( 26)
Error
• Incorrect operation is performed. Read the
instructions and try again.
Fail
• Network connection is not complete. Try the
setting again. ( 18)
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Firmware update is available
• The firmware (free of charge) for this unit is
available.
Press [OK].
Press [ ], [ ] to select “Yes” and then press
[OK].
• The progress is displayed as “Updating %”
while updating. ( stands for a number.)
• Do not disconnect the AC mains lead or
turn this unit to standby while updating.
( 39)
• When the update has finished successfully,
“Success” is displayed.
Disconnect the AC mains lead and reconnect
it after 3 minutes.
• For the update information, refer to the
following website.
www.technics.com/support/firmware/
” (“ ” stands for a number.)
“F
• There is a problem with this unit.
- Is the volume extremely high?
If so, lower the volume.
- Is this unit placed in an extremely hot place?
If so, move this unit to a cooler place and wait
a few moments and then try to turn it on
again.
If the problem persists, write down the
displayed number, disconnect the AC mains
lead and consult your dealer.
Load Fail
• The firmware on the USB flash memory cannot
be found.
• Download the latest firmware on the USB flash
memory and try again. ( 40)
No Device
• No USB device is connected.
• Connect the USB device to be played. ( 30)
No Network Available
• This unit is not connected to the network.
• Check the network connection. ( 18)
Not Measured
• Measuring the output signal has not been done
yet.
• Measure the output signal. ( 41)
Not Valid
• The function you have tried to use is not
available with the current settings. Check the
steps and settings.
Please Wait
• This is displayed, for example, when this unit
is turned to standby/on. (For up to approx.
1 minute and 30 seconds)
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“Remote ” (“ ” stands for a number.)
• The remote control and this unit are using
different codes.
Change the code on the remote control. ( 15)
Remote Mode
• Basic playback control buttons on the remote
control are not available. (While playing back
music stored on the DLNA server with this unit
(DMR), etc.)
• Use the connected device for basic playback
control.
Searching
• The unit is checking the DLNA server on the
network.
Signal Overflow
• The audio from the analogue audio input
terminals in use is distorted. Select “Attenuator
(LINE)” or “Attenuator (PHONO)” according to
the selected analogue audio input, and change
the setting of the attenuator to “On”. ( 37)
Unlocked
• “PC”, “COAX1”, “COAX2” or “OPT” is selected,
but no device is connected. Check the
connection with the device. ( 34, 35)
• The sampling frequency components, etc. of
the audio signals are not input correctly.
- About supported format, refer to “File
format” ( 53)
USB Over Current Error
• The iPhone/iPad/iPod or USB device is drawing
too much power. Disconnect the iPhone/iPad/
iPod or USB device and turn the unit to standby
and on again.
Wi-Fi Setup
• Select “On” and press [OK] to enter the
network setting. ( 19)
- To exit the network setting, select “Off” and
press [OK].
Hub Device Not Supported/
Not Supported/
Device Not Recognized/
USB Device Not Supported
• You have connected an iPhone/iPad/iPod or
USB device that is not supported.
- If the iPhone/iPad/iPod is compatible, turn it
on and connect it correctly.
• The format of the file on the iPhone/iPad/iPod
or USB device is not supported.
- About supported format, refer to “File
format” ( 53)
Others
Playable media
USB
• This unit does not guarantee connection with
all USB devices.
• FAT16 and FAT32 file systems are supported.
• This unit supports USB 2.0 high speed.
• USB devices may not be recognised by this unit
when connected using the following:
- a USB hub
- a USB extension cable
• It is not possible to use USB card reader/writers.
• This unit cannot record music to a USB device.
• Not all files on the USB device may be read if
there are some files not supported.
• About supported format, refer to “File format”
( 53)
iPhone/iPad/iPod
• Please be aware that Panasonic accepts no
responsibility for the loss of data and/or
information.
• Compatible iPhone/iPad/iPod (as of June 2015)
iPhone 6 Plus / iPhone 6 / iPhone 5s /
iPhone 5c / iPhone 5 / iPhone 4s /
iPad Air 2 / iPad Air /
iPad (3rd and 4th generation) / iPad 2 /
iPad mini 3 / iPad mini 2 / iPad mini /
iPod touch (5th generation) /
iPod nano (7th generation)
Note
• Do not connect the following models to the
port:
- iPod classic, iPod [4th (colour display), and
5th (video) generation], iPod nano (1st
generation)
Unexpected behaviour may occur.
Troubleshooting / Others
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Others
About Bluetooth®
Panasonic bears no responsibility for data
and/or information that is compromised
during a wireless transmission.
Frequency band used
• This system uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band.
Certification of this device
• This system conforms to frequency restrictions
and has received certification based on
frequency laws. Thus, a wireless permit is not
necessary.
• The actions below are punishable by law in
some countries:
- Taking apart or modifying the system.
- Removing specification indications.
Restrictions of use
• Wireless transmission and/or usage with all
Bluetooth® equipped devices is not guaranteed.
• All devices must conform to standards set by
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
• Depending on the specifications and settings
of a device, it can fail to connect or some
operations can be different.
• This system supports Bluetooth® security
features. But depending on the operating
environment and/or settings, this security is
possibly not sufficient. Transmit data wirelessly
to this system with caution.
• This system cannot transmit data to a
Bluetooth® device.
Range of use
• Use this device at a maximum range of 10 m.
The range can decrease depending on the
environment, obstacles or interference.
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Interference from other devices
• This system may not function properly and
troubles such as noise and sound jumps may
arise due to radio wave interference if this
system is located too close to other Bluetooth®
devices or the devices that use the 2.4 GHz
band.
• This system may not function properly if radio
waves from a nearby broadcasting station, etc.
is too strong.
Intended usage
• This system is for normal, general use only.
• Do not use this system near an equipment or
in an environment that is sensitive to radio
frequency interference (example: airports,
hospitals, laboratories, etc.).
Licenses
The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Logo is a certification
mark of Wi-Fi Alliance®.
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ Identifier mark is
a certification mark of Wi-Fi Alliance ®.
“Wi-Fi®” is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi
Alliance ®.
“Wi-Fi Protected Setup™”, “WPA™”, and
“WPA2™” are trademarks of Wi-Fi Alliance®.
“Made for iPod”, “Made for iPhone”, and
“Made for iPad” mean that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, iPhone, or iPad,
respectively, and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of
this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards. Please note that the use
of this accessory with iPod, iPhone, or iPad
may affect wireless performance.
AirPlay, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod nano, and
iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
iPad Air and iPad mini are trademarks of Apple
Inc.
Google Play and Android are trademarks of
Google Inc.
Windows is a trademark or a registered
trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and other countries.
Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Panasonic Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those
of their respective owners.
aptX® software is copyright CSR plc or its
group companies. All rights reserved.
The aptX® mark and the aptX logo are
trademarks of CSR plc or one of its group
companies and may be registered in one or
more jurisdictions.
DLNA, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED
are trademarks, service marks, or certification
marks of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
Windows Media and the Windows logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries. This product
is protected by certain intellectual property
rights of Microsoft Corporation and third
parties. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without
a license from Microsoft or an authorized
Microsoft subsidiary and third parties.
FLAC Decoder
Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Josh Coalson
Redistribution and use in source and binary
forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following
conditions are met:
- Redistributions of source code must retain
the above copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
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- Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation
nor the names of its contributors may be
used to endorse or promote products derived
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The Spotify software is subject to third party
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MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology
licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Others
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Others
Specifications
■ GENERAL
■ AMPLIFIER SECTION
Power supply
AC 220 V to 240 V,
50/60 Hz
Power
consumption
96 W
Output power
Power
consumption in
standby mode
(Network Standby
Off)*
50 W + 50 W
(1 kHz, T.H.D. 0.5 %, 8 ,
20 kHz LPF)
100 W + 100 W
(1 kHz, T.H.D. 0.5 %, 4 ,
20 kHz LPF)
Approx. 0.3 W
Load impedance
4  - 16 
Frequency
response
Power
consumption in
standby mode
(Network Standby
On)*
Approx. 2.9 W
Dimensions
(W×H×D)
430 mm × 98 mm ×
424 mm
Mass
Approx. 11.5 kg
Operating
temperature range
0 °C to 40 °C
Operating humidity 35 % to 80 % RH
range
(no condensation)
*: At the time of iPod/iPhone/iPad non-charging.
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PHONO (MM)
20 Hz to 20 kHz
(RIAA DEVIATION ±1 dB,
8 )
LINE
5 Hz to 80 kHz
(-3 dB, 8 )
DIGITAL
5 Hz to 90 kHz
(-3 dB, 8 )
Input sensitivity/
Input impedance
LINE
200 mV / 22 k
PHONO (MM)
2.5 mV / 47 k
■ Bluetooth® SECTION
■ TERMINALS SECTION
Headphones Jack
Stereo, 6.3 mm
USB
FRONT USB
Type A Connector
Bluetooth® system
specification
Bluetooth® Ver. 3.0
Wireless
equipment
classification
Class 2 (2.5 mW)
Support Memory
Capacity
2 TB (max)
Supported profiles
A2DP, AVRCP
Supported codec
aptX® Low Latency, AAC,
SBC
Maximum
number of
folders (albums)
800
Frequency band
2.4 GHz band FH-SS
Operating distance
Approx. 10 m Line of
sight*
Maximum
number of files
(songs)
8000
File system
FAT16, FAT32
USB port power
DC OUT 5 V 2.1 A (max)
*: Prospective communication distance
Measurement environment:
Temperature 25 °C/ Height 1.0 m
Measure in “Mode1”
PC
REAR USB
Type B Connector
Ethernet interface
LAN
(100BASE-TX/10BASE-T)
Analogue input
Line input
Pin jack
PHONO (MM)
Pin jack
Digital input
Optical digital
input
Optical terminal
Coaxial digital
input ×2
Pin jack
Format support
LPCM
Others
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Others
Specifications
(Continued)
■ FORMAT SECTION
USB-A
USB Standard
■ Wi-Fi SECTION
USB 2.0 high-speed
USB Mass Storage class
WLAN Standard
IEEE802.11a / b / g / n
Frequency Band
2.4 GHz band (1 - 13 ch) /
5 GHz band (36, 40, 44,
48 ch)
Security
WPA2™,
Mixed mode WPA2™/
WPA™
USB-B
USB Standard
DSD control mode
USB 2.0 high-speed
USB Audio Class 2.0,
Asynchronous mode
ASIO Native mode,
DoP mode
Encryption Type
TKIP / AES
Authentication
type
PSK
WEP (64 bit/128 bit)
WPS version
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Version 2.0
■ File format
This unit supports the following file formats.
• This unit does not support the playback of copy-protected music files.
• Playback of all files in formats supported by this unit is not guaranteed.
• Playback of a file in a format not supported by this unit may cause choppy audio or noise. In such cases,
check to see if this unit supports the file format.
• This unit does not support VBR (Variable Bit Rate) playback.
• Some of the connected devices (servers) may be capable of converting files in formats not supported by
this unit and output them. For details, refer to the operating instructions for your server.
• File information (sampling frequency, etc.) shown by this unit and playback software may differ from each
other.
USB-A
File format
Extension
Sampling frequency
Bit rate / Number of
quantisation bits
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
AAC
.m4a/.aac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
DSD
.dff/.dsf
2.8224 MHz/5.6448 MHz
Others
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Others
Specifications
(Continued)
PC (USB-B)*1
File format
Extension
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192/
352.8/384 kHz
LPCM
DSD
Sampling frequency
.dff/.dsf
Bit rate / Number of
quantisation bits
16/24/32 bit
2.8224 MHz/5.6448 MHz/11.2896 MHz
LAN (DLNA)*2
File format
Extension
Sampling frequency
Bit rate / Number of
quantisation bits
MP3
.mp3
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
AAC
.m4a/.aac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WMA
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 to 320 kbps
WAV
.wav
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
FLAC
.flac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
AIFF
.aiff
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
ALAC
.m4a
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
16/24 bit
DSD
.dff/.dsf
2.8224 MHz/5.6448 MHz
*1: If you download and install the dedicated app, you can play back files in wide-ranging formats. ( 35)
For details, refer to the operating instructions of the app.
2:
* Whether or not each music file can be played back over your network is determined by the network
server even if the format of the file is listed above. For example, if you are using Windows Media Player
11, not all music files on the PC are playable. You can play back only those added to the library of
Windows Media Player 11.
Note
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
• Mass and dimensions are approximate.
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