Teufel MediaStation 6 WLAN Operating instructions

Teufel MediaStation 6 WLAN Operating instructions
Technical description and operating instructions
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MediaStation 6
Multimedia player with internet access and DVB-T-TV
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Contents
General notes and information
Notice
Original packaging
Complaints
Contact
Proper use
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1. Introduction
1.1 Preface
1.2 Packing List
1.3 Cautions
1.4 Connection
1.5 Power On / Off
1.6 Menu Language
1.7 HDD-Format
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2. About the Player
2.1 Remote Control
2.2 Front Panel
2.3 Rear Panel
2.4 Side Panel
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3. Setup Menu
3.1 Changing TV Settings
3.2 Changing Audio Settings
3.3 Changing Video Settings
3.4 Changing Record Settings
3.5 Changing Network Settings
3.6 Changing System Settings
3.7 Miscellaneous
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4. MAIN Menu
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4.1 DTV-Menu
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4.2 AV IN Menu
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4.3 Timer Record Menu
4.4 Browser Menu
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4.5 Media Library
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4.6 File Copy Menu
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4.7 P2P Share Menu
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4.8 IMS (Internet Multimedia Service)
Menu
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4.9 NAS Function
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4.10 Host-Name
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5. Upgrading the Firmware
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6. Appendixes
6.1 Specifications
6.2 Frequently Asked Questions
6.3 Copyrights and Trademarks
6.4 GPL Statement
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General notes and information
Notice
Contact
The information in this document may be
changed without prior notice and in no
way constitutes any liability on the part of
Lautsprecher Teufel GmbH.
No part of these instructions may be reproduced in any form or be broadcasted
in any way electronically, mechanically,
by photocopy or recording without the
written permission of Lautsprecher Teufel
GmbH.
For questions, suggestions or any other
issues please contact our customer service
department:
Lautsprecher Teufel GmbH
Gewerbehof Buelowbogen · Buelowstrasse 66
10783 Berlin (Germany)
Tel.: 00800-200 300 400 (free of charge)
Fax: +49 (0)30 - 300 930 930
www.teufelaudio.com
© Lautsprecher Teufel GmbH
Version 1.1, November 2010
Proper use
Original packaging
If you wish to exercise your eight-week
right of return, we ask that you be absolutely sure to hold onto the packaging.
We can only accept the return of the device WITH THE ORIGINAL PACKAGING.
Empty boxes are not available!
Complaints
In case of complaint we will need the
following information to process your
enquiry:
1. Invoice Number
Can be found on the sales slip (enclosed
with the product) or on the order confirmation received as a PDF document, e.g.
4322543.
Only use the unit as described in these
instructions. Any other use will be deemed
as not in accordance with the instructions
and may lead to damage to property or
even persons. The manufacturer accepts
no liability for damage caused by use not
in accordance with the instructions.
The unit is intended for private use.
Before operating the unit for the
first time please read the safety
notes and operating instructions
carefully. This is the only way to use all
functions safely and reliably.
Keep the operating instructions safe and
pass them on to anyone who may own
the unit after you.
2. Serial number or batch number
Visible on the back side of the device,
e.g. serial #: IL30009440122A-123
Many thanks for your support!
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1.2 Packing List
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Player
A/V-cable
USB-cable
Remote control
Remote control battery
AC/DC adaptor
AC/DC adaptor power cord
User manual (printed)
USB-adaptor for 802.11b/g/n
wireless LAN
DVB-T antenna
Anzahl
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Note: The actual contents in the package
might be different from the packing list in
this manual.
1.3 Cautions
This player’s design and manufacture has
your safety in mind. In order to safely and
effectively use this player, please read the
following before usage.
1.3.1 Usage Cautions
User should not modify this player. If commercial hard disk is being used, the environmental temperature should be within
+5 °C ~ +35 °C.
1.3.2 Power
The player’s power voltage: DC 12V.
When using this player, please connect
the supplied AC adaptor or AC adaptor
cable to the player’s power jack. When
placing the adaptor cable, make sure it
can not get damaged or be subject to
pressure. To reduce the risk of electric
shock, unplug the adaptor first before
cleaning it. Never connect the adaptor to
the player in a humid or dusty area. Do
not replace the adaptor or cable’s wire or
connector.
1.3.3 Radio Interference
• If not properly shielded, almost all
electronic devices will get radio interference. Under some conditions, your
player might get interference.
• The design of this player has followed
the FCC/CE standard, and has followed
the following rules:
(1) This player may not cause harmful
interference;
(2) This player could accept some interference received including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
1.3.4 Repair
If the player has a problem, you should
take it to an appointed repair center and
let the specialists do the repair, never
repair the player yourself, you might damage the player or endanger yourself or
your data.
1.3.5 Disposing of the Player
When you dispose of the player, be sure
to dispose it appropriately. Some countries may regulate disposal of electrical
device, please consult with your local
authority.
1.3.6 Hard Disk Cautions
The player uses an internal hard disk for
data storage, in normal case, format or
repair is not required.
You should carefully read the < Frequently
Asked Questions > chapter, and check
our website for latest information before
formatting the hard disk.
• Physical impact may create bad sector
in the hard disk, you can use CHKDSK
to fix the problem.
• All data stored in the player may be lost
due to physical impact, electrical shock,
power lost, HDD format etc. Please
backup your data.
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• It is suggested to do defragment after a
long period of usage.
• Regularly backup the data in the hard
disk so that it can be recovered in the
event of data corruption or loss. Our
company takes no responsibility for loss
of data stored on the hard disk.
1.3.7 Others
When using this player, please do not let
the player come into contact with water or
other liquid, if water is accidentally spilled
on the player, please use a dry cloth to
absorb the spillage.
Electronic products are vulnerable, when
using please avoid shaking or hitting the
player, and do not press the buttons too
hard.
• Do not let the player come into contact
with water or other liquid.
• Do not disassemble the player, repair
the player or change the design of the
player, any damage done will not be
included in the repair policy.
• Do not press the buttons of the player
too hard.
• Avoid hitting the player with hard object, avoid shaking the player, and stay
away from magnetic fields.
• During electrostatic discharge and the
strong electromagnetic field, the product will malfunction, then unplug the
power cable and the product will return
to normal performance next time it is
powered on.
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1.4 Connection
1.4.1 Connecting the Power Supply
1. Follow the picture and connect the AC
adaptor to the player’s DC IN jack.
2.Follow the picture and plug in the AC
adaptor to the power outlet.
1.4.2 Connecting to a PC
1. Make sure the player is powered on;
2. Plug in the squarish connector of the USB
cable to this player’s USB DEVICE port.
3. Plug in the rectangular connector of the
USB cable to computer
As soon as the USB cable is connected
(device and PC/MAC are running), the
prompt “Do you want to shut down in
order to switch to the PC connection
mode?” appears for a few seconds.
You can confirm or cancel the process
here. The MS 6 will restart if you confirm or after a few seconds. Afterwards,
the TV will only display the start screen
(“HDD DVR/Media Box”) and the front
display will always display “Loading”.
Then the device (HDD) appears as “Partition1”, that is, as a data storage device
on the PC/MAC.
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Attention: The MS 6 itself can no longer
be controlled since now only the internal
hard-drive serves as a cache for the PC/
MAC!
4.This way, you can access the contents
of the MS6 hard-drive and use the harddrive in the same manner as a standard
external hard-drive.
5. For normal operation of the MS 6, the
hard-drive must be disconnected from
the PC/MAC as follows:
a) MAC: Right click on “Partition 1” and
then click “Eject partition”.
b) PC: As with a normal USB device,
execute the command “Safely remove
hardware and eject medium” by selecting the USB icon on the bar at the
bottom.
6.Then remove the USB cable. The MS 6
will then restart and can be operated
normally!
1.4.3 Connecting a USB Device
1. Make sure the player is powered on;
2.Plug in the USB stick or USB HDD etc.
to the USB HOST port of this player.
In this way, you can browse contents on
the USB device.
1.4.4 Connecting a Memory Card
Memory card can be used by inserting to
the card slot
1. Follow the picture to insert the memory
card to the card slot properly;
2.Insert the card by following the arrow
pointer in the picture.
In this way, you can browse contents on
the memory card.
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1.4.5 Connecting to a TV
1.4.5.3 Y/Pb/Pr Component OUT
1.4.5.1 A/V IN
1. Follow the picture and plug in the 3
color connector to the player’s A/V IN
jack;
2.Follow the picture and plug in the 3
color connector to the A/V OUT jack of
the TV/IPTV
In this way, you can record TV programs
from the TV/IPTV Set-Top Box.
1.4.5.2 A/V OUT
1. Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color
connector to the player’s Y/Pb/Pr jack;
2. Follow the picture and plug in the 3 color
connector to the TV’s Y/Pb/Pr jack.
Audio Connection while using Y/Pb/Pr
Video out:
First method: use the audio output from
the A/V OUT jack;
Second method: use the audio output
from the S/PDIF Coaxial or Optical
jack.
In this way, you can also enjoy videos,
music, and photos in the player on TV.
1.4.5.4 HDMI OUT
1. Follow the picture and plug in the 3
color connector to the player’s A/V
OUT jack;
2.Follow the picture and plug in the 3
color connector to the TV’s A/V IN
jack.
In this way, you can enjoy the content in
the player on TV or other display devices.
1. Follow the picture and plug one connector on your HDMI cable to the player’s
HDMI jack;
2.Follow the picture and plug the other
connector on your HDMI cable to the
TV’s HDMI jack.
Note: The HDMI cable is an optional accessory sold separately.
In this way, you can have the highest quality video and audio via a single cable.
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1.4.5.5 ANT. / RF IN
1.4.6 Connecting to an Digital Amplifier
Follow the picture and plug a TV Aerial to
the ANT. / RF IN socket;
1. Follow the picture and plug in the RCA
connector on your coaxial cable to the
player’s S/PDIF Coaxial jack.
Or if you use optical fiber, please plug in
the Toslink connector on your optical fiber
to the player’s S/PDIF Optical jack;
1.4.5.6 ANT. / RF OUT
1. Make sure the player is connecting to
power supply;
2.Make sure a TV Aerial is connecting to
the ANT. / RF IN socket;
3. Follow the picture and plug a TV cable
to the ANT. / RF OUT socket then plug
the cable to a TV or other TV receiver.
2.Follow the picture and plug in the other
connector on your coaxial cable or
optical fiber to the digital audio device
(digital amplifier or decoder).
The player can loop out the DVB-T signal
to other TV receiver device. In this way,
you can watch the TV programs with another TV receiver while recording.
Note: Optical fiber and coaxial cable are
not supplied.
In this way, you can enjoy powerful Dolby
Digital, DTS, or MPEG sound. (Please
refer to ‘3.2 Changing Audio Settings’ for
configuration)
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1.4.7 Connecting to a LAN
To connect to a LAN (Local Area Network) you require a cat5, cat5e or cat6
network cable (not supplied).
1. Connect one of the crystal plugs on the
cable to the player’s RJ45 LAN socket;
2. Connect the other crystal plug on the cable to a RJ45 LAN port on your router,
switch, or hub devices.
1.4.8 Connecting to a WLAN
1. Make sure the player is powered on;
2.(2) Plug the Wireless LAN USB Adapter
(i.e. Wi-Fi USB Dongle) to the USB
HOST port of the player.
1.5 Power On / Off
Power On
After connecting the DC IN jack and
press the power button on the front panel, the player will soon enter the home
screen, and the power indicator will turn
blue.
Power Off
Press the power button on the front panel,
the player will soon enter standby mode,
and the power indicator will turn red.
Then unplug the power cord to cut off the
power supply.
1.6 Menu Language
The system language of this player can be
set to English or other languages. Change
the language you wish in the setup menu,
the selected language will take effect immediately.
Note: The Wi-Fi Dongle is an optional
accessory sold separately. (Please refer to
‘3.5 Changing Network Settings’ for more
details about wireless setup)
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1.7 HDD-Format
For users who wish to install a new SATA
HDD into the player, please refer to the
following procedures to format the hard
disk on the player before usage.
Note: HDD format will remove all data
stored on the hard disc drive. Please take
care and backup your data in advance!
1. Select OK on the Warning page, press
ENTER to confirm.
Warning
3. Press the left / right button to select
Next, and the ENTER button to confirm
Step 1: Timeshift Buffer Disc Capacity
Press ' ' & ' ' key to adjust the capacity
Total Hard Disc Free Space: 155 G
1,0 Hour
1h = 4GB Max. = 4h
Back
Next
4.Select Format, press ENTER, and then
hard disk format will start.
Last Step: Hard Disc Format
You are going to enter the hard disc
format process. All data in this hard
disc will be lost after this process.
Please read the user manual to get
more information!!!
OK
Press ‘Format’ to start
Cancel
Back
Note: This page can be also accessed via
Setup->System->HDD Format menu
2.Press the UP / DOWN button to adjust
the capacity of time shift buffer.
Format
The formatting procedure will be finished
within a few minutes. And then you can
use the hard disk properly on the player.
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2. About the Player
2.1 Remote Control
All procedures in this manual can be carried out using the remote control buttons.
See the following for details on each button and its function:
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Press to enter standby
1 STANDBY
mode or wake up.
Press to switch between
NTSC, PAL, 480P,
2 TV SYSTEM
576P, 720P, 1080I, and
1080P.
Press to enter the brows3 BROWSER
er menu.
Press to enter numeric
Numeric
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input when changing
buttons
settings.
Press to set repeat
5 REPEAT
option: One, All, (and
Shuffle).
Press to fast rewind the
current playback. Press
6 FR
repeatedly to select
speeds.
Press to fast forward the
current playback. Press
7 FF
repeatedly to select
speeds.
PLAY/
Press to begin/pause
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PAUSE
the playback.
Press to enter the home
9 HOME
screen.
Press the arrow buttons
Navigation- to select menu options,
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al buttons and the ENTER button
to confirm.
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Press to activate tools
menus:
– Press to rename and
delete files in the
MENU
browser menu.
– Press to add shortcuts
for network access in
My_Shortcuts in NET
of the browser menu.
Press to activate the
time shift function. Time
shift function allows you
to pause live TV and
resume the program
from the point you left
it. While paused, the
TIME SHIFT
program is recorded
to the internal HDD as
long as the space is
available. Time shift
mode remains active
until you press the stop
button.
Press to play back in
slow motion. Press the
SLOW
PLAY button to resume
regular playback.
Press to zoom the imZOOM
age (photo or video).
Press to select an audio
AUDIO
track.
Press to select the files
in browser menu. Press
Red
to add/delete scheduled recording in EPG
menu.
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Press to enter the Electronic Program Guide
which displays an onscreen list of programs
for the coming week
17 EPG(Green)
when watching Digital
Terrestrial TV. Press to
add the selected files
to the playlist under
browser menu.
Press to mute audio
18 MUTE
output, and press again
to resume.
Press to begin recording. Press repeatedly to
set one touch recording
(OTR) length (30 MIN.
19 REC
/ 60 MIN. / 90 MIN. /
120 MIN. / 180 MIN. /
240 MIN. / Off).
Press to enter the file
20 COPY
copy menu.
Press to start playing
21 MUSIC
music in the music playlist.
Press to hide or display
22 INFO
the information bar during playback.
Press to decrease/in23 VOL-/VOL+
crease the volume.
Press to view the previ24 PREV
ous file / page up.
25 STOP
Press to stop playback.
Press to view the next
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file / page down.
Press to return to the
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previous screen while
navigating menus.
Press to select options
28 ENTER
in menus.
Press to enter the setup
29 SETUP
menu.
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Press to set the beginA-B
ning and end points of
a section to repeat.
Press to jump to a
specific point on a title.
GOTO
Specify the point using
Title, Chapter and Time.
Press to set subtitle opSUBTITLE
tions.
Press to change the
view angle during DVD
ANGLE
(with multi-angle) playback.
Press to activate sort
Blue
function in channel set
in TV setup menu.
Press to open Teletext
OSD if it is available in
TTX(Yellow)
the broadcasted stream
of Digital Terrestrial TV.
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Press to jump to a
specific point on a title.
GOTO
Specify the point using
Title, Chapter and Time.
Press to set subtitle opSUBTITLE
tions.
Press to change the
view angle during DVD
ANGLE
(with multi-angle) playback.
Press to activate sort
Blue
function in channel set
in TV setup menu.
Press to open Teletext
OSD if it is available in
TTX(Yellow)
the broadcasted stream
of Digital Terrestrial TV.
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2.2 Front Panel
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2 Power button & Standby button
Home button, press to return to main
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4 Infrared receiver window
5 VFD Screen
6 Navigation buttons
1 Memory Card slot
2 USB HOST port (A-Type) x 2
3 USB DEVICE port (B-Type)
2.3 Rear Panel
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S/PDIF OPTICAL jack
S/PDIF COAXIAL-jack
HDMI-jack
Y/Pb/Pr OUT-jack
A/V OUT-jack
A/V IN-jack
DC In-jack
ANT./RF OUT-socket
ANT./RF IN socket
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3. Setup Menu
The Setup menu allows you to personalize and configure the preferences for your
player.
3.1.2 Channel Scan
• Select to scan for available Digital Terrestrial TV channels
To select a Setup option:
1. Select the Setup icon on the home
screen, or press the SETUP button on
the remote control.
3.1.2.1 AUTO SCAN
2.Use the LEFT/RIGHT navigational buttons to select an option, and then press
ENTER.
In AUTO SCAN mode, the system will
automatically scan for available DVB-T TV
channels.
3.1.2.2 MANUAL SCAN
There are seven Setup options, including
DTV, Audio, Video, REC, Network, System, and MISC. Use the UP/DOWN navigational buttons to select a menu.
Press ENTER to confirm. Press RETURN to
cancel and display the previous menu
screen.
3.1 Changing TV Settings
Press the left / right button on the remote
control to select the DTV tab from the
menu bar.
In MANUAL SCAN mode, you can select the CH name, Bandwidth, and Input
Frequency. Use the navigational and
numerical buttons on the remote control to
select or input. Press the ENTER button to
confirm.
3.1.1 TV-Region
• Select to set the region for Digital Terrestrial TV
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3.1.3 Channel Set
• Select to edit channel information.
3.3 Changing Video Settings
Use this menu to configure video settings.
3.3.1 Aspect Ratio
In this menu, you can edit the Name, and
sequence for the DVB-T TV channels. Use
the navigational buttons to select and
modify the settings,and press the ENTER
button to confirm. You can also press the
blue button to select Sort.
3.2 Changing Audio Settings
Use this menu to configure audio settings
3.2.1 Night Mode
- Pan Scan 4:3: Display a wide picture
on the entire screen and cuts off the
redundant portions. Select when a
standard 4:3 TV is connected.
- Letter Box 4:3: Display a wide picture
with two black borders on the top and
bottom of 4:3 screen. Select when a
standard 4:3 TV is connected.
- 16:9: Compress the image to convert
the whole image. Select when a 16:9
TV is connected.
3.3.2 Brightness
Adjust the level of brightness.
3.3.3 Contrast
Adjust the level of contrast.
• Choose between Off / On / Comfort. If
the option is turned on, the audio output
volume will be decreased to make you
more comfortable.
3.2.2 Digital Output
• Choose between HDMI LPCM / HDMI
RAW / SPDIF LPCM / SPDIF RAW. In
raw mode, Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG
sound can be bypassed to the HDMI TV
or Digital amplifier..
3.3.4 Hue
Adjust the level of hue.
3.3.5 Saturation
Adjust the level of saturation.
3.3.6 TV SYSTEM
Select to adjust video output resolution:
NTSC / PAL / 480P / 576P / 720P 50HZ
/ 720P 60HZ / 1080I 50HZ / 1080I
60HZ / 1080P 50HZ / 1080P 60HZ.
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3.3.7 1080P 24FPS
Playback of commercially-available DVDs
reaches 25 frames per second. If only 24
frames are available, the playback may
appear somewhat choppy. If this is the
case, turn the option “1080P 24FPS” ON.
3.4 Changing Record Settings
3.4.1 Quality
Select to set the default recording quality
setting.
3.3.8 Picture size
If you confirm this menu item with the ENTER KEY, a red frame will appear on the
television.
Adjust the frame size with the arrow buttons so that the frame is just visible. This
will give you a full-format picture.
3.3.9 Seamless playback
Enables playback of all files in one folder.
Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the quality setting you require.The highest
quality setting is HQ which requires the
most storage space. The other settings
reduce recording quality sequentially but
also require less storage space.
3.4.2 Permanent Timeshift
Select to set Time Shift mode.
Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from On and Off.
Press the ENTER button to confirm. If On,
the time shift will start automatically while
in Video In mode.
3.4.3 REC Device
Select to set device to restore the recorded files.
Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from HDD and USB.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
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3.5 Changing Network Settings
Use this menu to configure Ethernet and
WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network)
settings.
3.5.1 Wired LAN Setup
DHCP IP (Auto)
Select to obtain IP address automatically.
Typical situation: A household with an
existing internet connection via a preconfigured DSL router. In this case, the DSL
has an integrated DHCP service, which is
pre-configured and working properly. In
this case, you only need to select the item
“DHCP Auto”, the required IP will be found
automatically on the network.
FIX IP (MANUAL
Select to manually input the IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS
Server IP Address.
If you intend to have MS 6 readily available
via the network or if the automatic search is
unsuccessful, the device should be assigned
a fixed IP address.
An example: You assign – as described
below – the IP address “192.168.46.2” to
the MS 6. You can then access the device
from any Windows PC by entering the line
“\\192.168.46.2\” in the Windows Explorer
and save and/or retrieve data.
Note: Entries in the Windows Explorer must
be made in the format “\\<address>\” (see
above for an example), in Internet Explorer,
on the other hand, always make entries in
the format “http://<Adresse>/” (in the example, therefore: “http://192.168.46.2/”).
3.5.1.1 LAN Setup manually
Note: While setting up your LAN /
WLAN you will need a lot of data. We
recommend to create a form in which you
can input these data. Please refer to our
example on page 26.
1. With your network-linked PC, click
“Start” and “Run” (under Windows 7
click the field “Search programmes/
files”). Enter “CMD” and press ENTER –
the black window “Command prompt”
will appear on the screen.
2.Enter “ipconfig /all” (make sure there is
a space between “ipconfig” and “/all”)
and press ENTER. The PC’s network
configuration will appear.
3. Search for the entry “Standard gateway” (to do so, scroll the bar up) and
enter the corresponding IP address in
the form (see last page) – in our example “192.168.46.254”, see the figure on
the right, upper frame. You now know
the IP address of your DSL router.
4.Also enter the address of your DNS
server (see the second frame on the
right) in the form.
5. Enter the previously determined
router address (“Standard gateway”)
in Internet Explorer, in our example
“http://192.168.46.254/”; then press
ENTER – the log-on screen for your DSL
router will appear.
6.Now enter the router access data (for
this, consult the instructions of your
router).
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7. Open the configuration page for the
router’s network interface (in the example of a Netgear FVS124G, the item is
called “LAN setup”).
8.Search for the section “DHCP” in the
middle of the screen, see the figure on
the right.
9. Enter the start and end IP address of
the DHCP range (see frame on the
right) in the form
Please note: This concerns an IP address
RANGE – which starts with the end
number 100 and ends with 150. This
range may be not be used for devices
with fixed IP addresses.
10. Now close Internet Explorer.
Please note: ALL devices on your network
must be turned on for the following tests,
otherwise you may overlook an address
that is already occupied.
11. ) If you have other devices on the
network, which use a fixed IP address
(such as a NAS storage device, Playstation, printer etc.), please also enter
these addresses in the form..
You have now completely documented
your network configuration and know
exactly, which IP address are already
occupied and therefore may not be
used for the Media Station 6
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12. Select a free IP address, which is as
low in the range as possible. All digits
must match those mentioned above.
Only the last group of digits may vary.
In our example, we have decided on
“192.168.46.2”.
Proceed as follows in order to check
whether a specific IP address is occupied or not:
(a) In our example, we are checking
the IP address “192.168.46.1” by
entering the command
“ping 192.168.46.1” in the DOS
window. After pressing ENTER, we
receive a reply from our NAS device
(see top right half of the screen).
The address is therefore occupied.
(b) Next, we proceed in the
same manner for the address
“192.168.46.2” and receive NO reply
(“Target host is not available”, see bottom right half of the screen).
This means that the address is free.
Take note of it in the form under “MS
IP address”
13. Now push the button “Setup” on the
MS6 remote control and select the submenu “Network” – the entry for LAN
setup is selected.
14. Press ENTER and select “Fixed IP
(manual)” on the right, see section 3.5
on page 22 of the instructions.
An input mask will appear on the
right, where you can enter the IP addresses you determined as listed on
the right. If necessary, push “>” to
move the cursor..
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15. Once you have entered all addresses,
press ENTER and confirm the save operation. The connection is then tested
automatically and the MS 6 IP address
you selected appears, if successful, as
an entry on the right next to the item
“LAN setup”.
3.5.2 WLAN network connection and
setup
If you have secured your wireless network
twice (encryption AND MAC address filtering), you have to perform the following
important steps (see MAC filtering below).
If you do not use any address filtering,
you can continue with thee section “Performing WLAN settings” further down and
skip the next section.
Note:
• Please note that, other than indicated
on the bottom border of the menu, the
middle button in the circle on the remote
control is the ENTER button (OK) and
the “Return X” button on the top right
skips back (corresponds to “Cancel”).
• With many conventional DSL routers,
the WLAN antenna (WLAN access
point) is integrated (please consult
the operating instructions for the DSL
router). If this is the case, the IP address
of the DSL router and the WLAN access
point are identical (standard gateway,
see above).
• If your router does not have an integrated WLAN access point, you must
purchase a separate device. In our
example, we assume that the DSL router
and the WLAN access point are two
different devices each with their own
respective IP address: The DSL router
has the address 192.168.46.254 and
the WLAN access point has the address
192.168.46.253.
3.5.2.1 MAC filtering
MAC filtering is a function of your WLAN
access point, which ensures that only
shared network devices are able to operate on the wireless network. If you want to
protect your WLAN in this way, you will
need the MAC address of your WLAN
USB stick (see the sticker included with the
stick). The MAC address is a string that
consists of six character pairs which are
separated by a colon. The numbers 0 to 9
and the letters A to F are used.
Each network component is uniquely identified with such a number (there are no
two devices with the same MAC address).
In our example, the MAC address for the
WLAN stick is 00:22:ef:8c:6a:f1. You now
have to report this identifier to the WLAN
access point.
To do so, you have to call the IP address of the WLAN access point in Internet Explorer (as described in section
II 2.a) – in our example the address is
“http://192.168.46.253/”. Log on and
search for the entry “Access Control” in
the WLAN settings (see figure below –
depending on the manufacturer, the menu
item may also have a different name).
Open the sub-menu and click “Add”. Enter
a name for the device in the new window.
Enter the MAC address and then confirm
with “Add”. The window closes and the
new entry appears in the list (see figure
below). You can now close the configuration window in Internet Explorer – Your
MS6 is now registered with the WLAN
access point.
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3.5.2.2 Performing WLAN settings
1. First plug the enclosed “Wireless USB
adapter” into one of the USB ports on
the side.
2.Under the item “Network” in setup,
select the item “WLAN setup” and press
ENTER.
3. Now select the profile “Connection1”.
3.5.2.3 Connection modes
Three connection modes are available:
– Infrastruktur (AP): In this mode, network
devices such as the MediaStation 6 or
notebooks (also referred to as WLAN
clients) can be connected to a wireless
radio receiver (WLAN access point).
A hierarchical network structure is created as a result. This infrastructure may,
among other things, comprise a DSL
router (which establishes the connection
to the internet) and a network printer or
NAS storage device for shared use. This
is the most common connection mode,
which we also recommend. Disadvantage: You will need a dedicated radio
receiver.
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– Peer to Peer (Ad Hoc): In this mode, a
direct connection between individual
devices is established – there is no central management point. All participants
have equal rights. This mode is very
often used for WLAN parties, where
there is no wish for a fixed infrastructure. We do not recommend this mode
because central control is not possible:
If communication fails, troubleshooting
is very difficult. Advantage: No additional hardware is needed.
– WPS (AP): This mode facilitates adding new network devices to an existing
wireless network. There are two methods for achieving this:
PBC (Push Button): The WLAN access
point and the device to be connected
have a mechanical button or corresponding software function, which
initiates the connection. If this function
is activated, the WLAN client has two
minutes to establish a connection to the
network.
PIN (Pin Code): Each WLAN client (in
our case the MediaStation 6) has a
multi-character code (PIN). This PIN
must be provided to the WLAN access
point (see the operating instructions for
the WLAN access point).
4.Now select the desired connection
mode – we recommend “Infrastructure
(AP)” – and confirm with ENTER.
3.5.2.4 Infrastructure (AP):
• First of all, you have to select a wireless network that you wish to use for the
connection with the MS6. You can do
this both automatically and manually
– Automatically: Select the entry “Automatically” and confirm with ENTER
in order to automatically search for
available wireless networks. After a
few seconds, a list of the available
networks will appear. Select the desired network and press ENTER.
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– Manually: If you have configured your
WLAN to not send its SSID (SSID
broadcast is deactivated – the automatic search returns no result), you
have to use the manual search. For
this, select the entry “Manually” and
confirm with ENTER. Then enter the
SSID for your network with the onscreen keyboard (see figure on top of
page 24 of the operating instructions
– be sure to consider small/capital letters) and confirm with the OK button.
2.In the navigation pane on the left, click
Change Adapter Settings.
3. Double click the option Wireless Network Connection.
3.5.2.5 Peer-to-Peer WLAN:
Preparatory steps: Before starting the
actual configuration you will need to set
the IP addresses (as in the infrastructure
mode). In peer-to-peer mode there is no
way to automatically distribute the IP addresses (DHCP). Instead, you will need to
assign IP addresses to the devices concerned. In our example we create a connection between a notebook and the MS
6. The notebook will be given the address
192.168.46.81 and the MS6 will be given
the address 192.168.46.2. The section on
cable networking already explains which
IP addresses are free and may be used.
Follow the steps below to assign your PC
a manual IP address in Windows 7: :
1. Right click the network environment
(alternatively: Control Panel-> Network
and Sharing Centre).
4.Double click the option Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
Enter the IP address of the PC here.
Since we have no connection to the
Internet we do not need to enter anything under Standard Gateway or DNS
Server Addresses.
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6.Confirm the entered key with OK
(Open), NOT with OK (SKey).
Now you can give the MS 6 an IP address of your choosing:
7. Under Host IP Address enter the desired
address (in our example 192.168.46.2)
and confirm with OK.
8.Save the network settings by pressing
the Play/Pause button on the MS 6
remote control.
After a few seconds the device will
display the current network settings on
the screen.
5. Confirm twice with OK, then click Close
and also close the last 2 windows.
3.5.2.5.2 Follow the steps below to
connect your PC with the MS 6
1. Click the wireless network symbol, bottom right.
3.5.2.5.1 Follow the steps below to
configure the MS 6 for peer-topeer operation
1. Press the SETUP button on the MS 6
remote control
2.Then select the menu option Network
and highlight the submenu WLAN setup.
3. Select a free connection profile (e.g.
Connection 2). Then highlight the option
Peer-to-Peer (Ad Hoc) and press ENTER
to confirm.
4.If you want to give your network a
name of your choosing you can do so
in the field WLAN SSID (in our example: MS 6).
NOTE: Please do not use special characters
5. You can switch encryption on (Shared
Key (WEP)) or off (Open System) under
WLAN Security. Recommended: Shared
Key (WEP). Now enter the key – it
should consist of at least 8 characters,
including letters and numbers.
NOTE: Please do not use special characters.
2.From the list of available wireless networks, select MS 6. Then click the Connect button.
After a few seconds the system will ask
for the encryption key.
3. Enter the key set previously – capitalisation is important. Confirm with OK.
NOTE: Please take note of the various
network symbols in the figure above. The
networks NL_WLAN0 and NL_WLAN2
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are infrastructure networks (see section
3.5.2.4). Only the entry MS 6 is an AdHoc network.
3.5.2.5.3 Please follow the steps below
to access the hard drive of
your MS 6
1. Open Windows Explorer.
2.In the address line enter the IP address of the MS 6 (in our example
192.168.46.2) and confirm with ENTER.
3.5.2.6 WLAN Security
There are four methods for securing your
wireless network:
– Open System: The wireless network is
unprotected – the data transfer is not
encrypted in any way. We do not recommend this mode.
– WEP (HEX): WEP encryption is the
oldest technology available today and
not considered secure – for this reason,
you should rather select WPA encryption (see next item). First, enter the key
which is stored in the WLAN acccess
point in hexadecimal format (HEX).
Then click “OK (Open)” if this is an
open network or click “OK (SKey)” if
the network works with a shared key.
After a few seconds the MS 6 hard drive
will appear on screen
You can now navigate the content of the
MS 6 just like you can with any other
hard drive.
NOTE: “Open System” mode is not recommended as communication with a WLAN
device may be listened to.
– WPA Key: Enter the encoding key (also
referred to as a passphrase) which
you have saved to your WLAN access
point with the on-screen keyboard (top
figure on page 24 of the instructions).
Pay attention to small/capital letters.
Confirm with OK.
– WEP (ASCII): This mode is identical to
WEP (HEX). However, the key consists
of letters, numbers and special characters instead of hexadecimal code.
Confirm with OK.
1. Select the encryption method programmed in your WLAN access point.
Consult the corresponding operating
instructions for details on this.
2.Next you have to specify whether your
MS6 is assigned an IP address automat-
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ically or manually. A detailed description of this is provided in section LAN
connection above.
If you have configured all settings, they
are verified and saved by the MS6. The
network menu will appear on the screen
again – the active network configuration
is indicated with an asterisk “*”.
3.6 Changing System Settings
Use this menu to configure system settings
3.5.3 Network Addresses
MediaStation 6
IP-Adresse:
Subnetzmaske:
255.255.255.0
Standardgateway:
DNS-Server-IP-Adresse:
DHCP-Startadresse:
DHCP-Endadresse
Other network
devices:
3.6.1 Menu Language
Select to choose the OSD (On-Screen
Display) language.
3.6.2 Text Encoding
Select to set the text encoding option (subtitle display).
3.6.3 Login Control
Select to turn on / off password protect
for the Web server (Neighbor Web).
3.6.4 System Update
• Select Extension Package Upgrade to
update extension files for BT download
and SAMBA services.
• Select system upgrade to update the
firmware via a USB stick.
1) Copy ‘install.img’ to the root directory
of a USB stick, and connect it to the
USB HOST port of the player.
2) Press ENTER to confirm.
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3.6.5 Time
• Select to set the system time.
3.6.6.2 Region
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the region.
Press the enter button to confirm.
3.6.6.3 Password
• Press the numerical buttons to input and
change the password.
Press the enter button to confirm..
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from Manual and Auto (via TV). Press
the ENTER button to confirm.
Manual
3.6.6.4 Block unrated TV
• Press the UP / DOWN button to turn on
or off.
Press the enter button to confirm.
3.6.6.5 DVD Rating
• Press the navigational buttons to select.
Press the enter button to confirm, and
the RETURN button to exit.
3.6.6.6 TV Rating
Press the navigational buttons to select.
Press the enter button to confirm, and the
RETURN button to exit.
1. Press the left / right button to select
each field and the UP / DOWN button
to adjust each setting.
2.Numeric buttons are available here.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
3.6.6 Parental Control
1. Select to set the TV parental control options.
A password will be needed for the
modification. The default one is ‘0000’.
2. Press the numerical buttons to input, and
the ENTER button to confirm.
3.6.6.1 Lock system
• Press the UP / DOWN button to turn on
or off the parental system.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
3.6.7 Automatic DVD playback
External USB/DVD drives automatically
begin playback once a medium is inserted.
3.6.8 Angle symbol
If this option is activated, a camera symbol will appear during DVD playback
when a movie scene can be viewed from
different perspectives.
3.6.9 HDD Format
• Select to format the built-in HDD.
Note: Please take care that all data
on the hard disk will be removed after
formatting.
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3.6.10 System Info
• Select to view system information
(firmware version, HDD info, Mac address, etc.)
3.6.11 Restore Default
• Select to restore factory defaults
3.7 Miscellaneous
• Use this menu to adjust miscellaneous
settings.
3.7.3 Transition Effect
• Select to set the transition effect for
photo slide show.
3.7.4 Ken Burns
Set this menu item to “ON” to enable a
smooth cross fading of images during a
slide show (Ken Burns effect).
3.7.5 Background Music
• Select to set the background music options while view pictures: Off / Folder /
Playlist
3.7.6 Screen Saver
• Select to turn on / off screen saver.
3.7.7 Movie Preview
• Select to turn on / off movie preview in
the browser menu.
3.7.1 Resume Playback
• Select to turn on / off resume playback
(auto-bookmarking) feature for movies.
3.7.8 Subtitle on / off
• Select to turn on / off subtitle.
3.7.2 Slide Show Timing
• Select to set the interval time for photo
slide show.
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4. MAIN Menu
4.1 DTV-Menu
In this menu, you can watch and record
Digital Terrestrial TV programs, or have
the time shift function.
To enter the DVB-T TV mode, select the
DTV icon on the main menu (button
HOME).
The following are some functional buttons on the remote control available when
watching Digital TV programs.
Name
ENTER
UP /
DOWN
numeric
buttons
REC
time shift
subtitle
EPG
TTX
zoom
Function
Press to view the program
list menu.
Press to switch channels.
(Channels cannot be switched in the recording
mode.)
Press to input channel
numbers. Press the ENTER
button to confirm.
Press to start recording the
current TV program.
Press to activate the time
shift function.
Press to activate the subtitle
list menu if available.
Press to activate the EPG
menu if available.
Press to activate the Teletext
menu if available.
Press to zoom out the
image.
4.1.1 Watching DVB-T Programs
4.1.1.1 Program List Menu
• Press the ENTER button when watching
DVB-T TV programs, and the program
list menu where you can see the program
number and name will be displayed.
All the TV and Radio programs will be
listed on this list.
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
channels
• Press the ENTER button to confirm.
• Press the PREV / NEXT button to page
up /down.
4.1.1.2 Info Bar
• While switching channels by the UP /
DOWN button, an info bar will be displayed to show the channel information.
There’re 4 strings displayed on the bar.
Taking the info bar in the above photo for
example:
N/A – Stands for TV rating;
GER – Stands for the voice language;
SS – Stands for subtitle;
TT – Stands for Teletext;
576 – Stands for resolution (SD - Standard
Definition, HD – High Definition).
When the string looks concave, the option
will be available.
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4.1.1.3 Electronic Programming Guide (EPG)
• Press the EPG button when watching
DVB-T TV programs, the Electronic Programming Guide will be displayed.
• Press the navigational and numeric buttons
to view the content in the Teletext menu.
4.1.1.5 Subtitle List Menu
• Press the subtitle button when watching DVB-T TV programs, the Subtitle List
menu will be displayed.
1 Englisch
• Press the PREV / NEXT button to change
channels.
• Press the left / right button to change
date.
• Press the UP / DOWN button to change
program.
• Press the red button to add / delete
scheduled recording.
4.1.1.4 Teletext-Menu
• If the broadcasted stream supports Teletext, press the TTX button to ENTER the
Teletext menu.
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the subtitle, and press the ENTER button
to confirm
4.1.2 DVB-T Program Recording
• Press REC button to start the recording,
recording files are automatically stored
in a folder named REC by default.
When recording is running, you can get
the program list by pressing the ENTER
button,
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4.1.3 Time Shifting
Time shift function allows you to pause
live TV and resume the program from the
point you left it. While paused, the program is recorded to the internal HDD as
long as the space is available.
1. Press the TIME SHIFT button to active
time shift function.
2.Press PLAY button to resume the program. Time shift mode remains active
until you press the STOP button
3. Use the left / right button on the remote
control to move between fields and
press the UP / DOWN button to adjust
each setting.
4.Press the ENTER button when finished
and choose ✓ Confirm.
4.2 AV IN Menu
In this menu, you can watch and record
audio-visual signal from the A/V IN jack
on the rear panel of the unit, or have the
time shift function.
• Select the A/V In icon on the main interface to enter this menu.
Name
Source
Start
Time
4.3 Timer Record Menu
Length
The Timer Record menu allows you to create, edit and delete recording schedules
and view all schedule status and history.
Select the TIMER REC icon on the main
menu to enter this menu.
Repeat
4.3.1 Create a New Schedule
1. Press the left / right button on the remote control to select the Edit tab from
the menu bar.
2.Select Add a New Schedule and press
the ENTER button. The schedule setting
screen appears.
Device
Funktion
Select the video source or TV
channels for the recording.
Enter the date and time of the
recording.
Enter the length of the recording
Select how often you want the
schedule to record. Choose
from Once, Everyday, Mon-Fri,
Mon-Sat or for an individual
day of the week.
Select the device for the
recording: HDD, USB4, USB3,
USB2, USB1 und USB.
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Name
Funktion
Select the recording quality.
Choose from HQ, SLP, EP, LP
and SP.
The higher the quality, the
more space required on the
Quality
hard drive. See HDD Free
Space on the left of the screen
for details of how long you
can record for using each
setting.
This small preview window
Preview will show the current program
of the selected channel.
4.3.2 Edit Schedule
1. Press the left / right button on the remote control to select the Edit tab from
the menu bar.
4.3.3 Delete Schedule
1. Press the left / right button on the remote control to select the Delete tab
from the menu bar.
2.Select the schedule you want to delete
and press the ENTER button.
A confirmation message appears.
3. Select CANCEL, Delete the selected
schedule, or Delete all schedules.
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.3.4 View Schedule Status
1. Press the left / right button on the remote control to select the Status tab
from the menu bar.
The schedule list is displayed.
2.Select a schedule and press the ENTER
button.
2.Select the schedule you want to edit
from the list and press the ENTER button.
The schedule setting screen appears.
3. Select Enable the selected schedule or
Pause the selected schedule.
4.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
3. Modify the schedule as described in
‘4.3.1 Create a New Schedule’.
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4.3.5 Viewing Recording History
• Press the left / right button on the remote control to select the History tab
from the menu bar.
Here you can view a complete history of
all recordings that were set.
Button
UP /
DOWN
LEFT /
RIGHT
PREV /
NEXT
Function
Move cursor UP / DOWN to
select devices, folders, or files.
Select filter options: All, Music, Photos, and Movies.
Go to previous / next page.
Enter or confirm the selected
item.
Select files under Browser ->
RED
HDD menu.
Add the selected files to the
GREEN
playlist.
RETURN Return to the previous menu.
ENTER
4.4 Browser Menu
The browser menu allows you to browse
and play media files stored on Removable Devices (USB, Card), HDD, Network,
UPnP-server, and Playlist.
• To enter the menu, select the Browser
icon on the home screen, or press the
BROWSER button on the remote control.
4.4.1 Browsing All
In this mode, all folders and supported
contents (music, photos, and movies) will
be displayed.
Note: Muisc tracks might not be able to
played continously under All filter, please
switch to the Music filter instead.
The following buttons can be used while
navigating the browser menu.
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4.4.2 Browsing Music
In this mode, all folders and supported
audio files in current directory will be
displayed.
The following buttons can be used to control music playback.
Button
PLAY/PAUSE
FR / FF
REPEAT
INFO
STOP
Function
Begin/pause playback.
Fast rewind or fast forward. Press repeatedly to
select the speed.
Set repeat options: One,
All, (and Shuffle).
Hide or display the
information bar during
playback.
Stop playback.
Button
PLAY
Function
Begin playback.
View the previous or next
PREV / NEXT
photo.
LEFT / RIGHT Rotate photo.
Set repeat options: One,
REPEAT
All, (and Shuffle).
Zoom the image.
ZOOM
Hide or display the
information bar during
INFO
playback.
Stop playback.
STOP
You can view photos in slide show mode
with background music. When it is enabled, the slide show starts automatically
once you press PLAY button. (Please refer
to Slide Show Timing, Transition Effect,
and Background Music in chapter ‘3.7
Miscellaneous’ for more details)
4.4.4 Browsing Movies
In this mode, all folders and supported
video files in current directory will be
displayed.
4.4.3 Browsing Photos
In this mode, all folders and supported
image files in current directory will be
displayed.
The following buttons can be used to control
photo playback.
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The following buttons can be used to control video playback.
Button Function
PLAY/
Begin/pause playback.
PAUSE
Play video in slow motion.
SLOW Press repeatedly to select the
speed.
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Button
Function
Fast rewind or fast forward.
FR / FF Press repeatedly to select the
speed.
PREV / View the previous or next
NEXT movie.
Set repeat options: One, All,
REPEAT
Off.
ZOOM Zoom the image.
Hide or display the informatiINFO
on bar during playback.
Display playback search
GOTO
menu.
Set the beginning and end
A-B
points of a section to repeat.
Change the view angle during
ANGLE DVD (with multi-angle) playback.
Return to the root menu during
MENU
DVD playback.
Select an audio track while
AUDIO watching DivX video or DVD
with multiple audio tracks.
Set subtitle options. You can
change text encoding and the
SUBTITLE
size/color/offset of the subtitle
here.
STOP Stop playback.
4.4.5 A/V Streaming via Network
You can stream the media files shared on
the home network (Ethernet or WLAN).
Please refer to ’3.4 Changing Network
Settings’ for details about network settings.
There are two ways to locate media files
shared on your local network in the Network menu. One is to browse through
workgroup; the other way is to browse
through ‘My_Shortcuts’.
4.4.5.1 Browsing though Workgroup
You can choose the workgroup which
your PC belongs to from the workgroup
list, find your PC name, and press the
ENTER button to confirm. Then you can
select and play the shared media files that
you want to browse
Note:
– While browsing high definition video
files (resolution up to 720p / 1080i
/ 1080p) via Ethernet or WLAN, the
video might be buffering. It is normal
due to the limit of network speed or
signal strength.
– Dueent network conditions, sometimes
the workgroup might not be accessed
or shown in the list. And then you need
to use ‘My_Shortcuts’ to browse shared
files.
4.4.5.2 Browsing though ‘My_Shortcuts’
You can also set ‘Specific File Server IP’
and access it from ‘My_Shortcuts’ in the
menu.
1. Press the MENU button and a popup
menu appears.
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(Linux), etc. Please install one of them on
you computer. In the following chapters,
we will take Windows Media Player 11
on Microsoft Windows XP SP2 for an
example.
2.Select Add to open a popup menu
where you can input Label, Net User
ID, Net Password, Domain, Host Name,
and Specific File Server IP.
3. Select OK to confirm, Cancel to cancel,
and Simple / Detail to switch between
simple and advanced options.
4.Select the shortcut you added and press
the ENTER button to confirm. Then you
can select and play the shared media
files on the destination computer.
4.4.6 A/V Streaming via UPnP-server
A built-in UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
client has been integrated on the system,
which enables the player to auto-detect
UPnP Media Servers on the network to
browse and stream media files from them.
4.4.6.2 Sharing Media on your PC
The Media Sharing feature of Windows
Media Player 11 lets you enjoy the contents of your Windows Media Player
library from anywhere in your home.
1. Open Windows Media Player 11, click
Library -> Add Library -> Advanced Options to add or remove media files from
the libraryy
2.Click Library -> Media Sharing, then
you can allow or deny devices to access the media library.
Click Allow to authorize your player.
4.4.6.1 Installing UPnP Media Server on
your PC
There’re a lot of free and commercial
UPnP Media Server software, such as
Windows Media Connect, Windows
Media Player 11, XBMC Media Center
(Linux/Mac/Windows), MediaTomb
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4.4.6.3 Streaming Media on your Player
1. Connect your player to the home network (LAN or WLAN).
2.Visit Browser - > UPnP menu on the
player, select the UPnP-server, and press
ENTER.
Music
Photo
Movie
4.Press the UP / DOWN buttons to select
from Return, Rename, and Delete.
5. Press ENTER to confirm.
3. Then you can browse the media library
shared by Windows Media Player 11.
Music
Photo
Movie
4.4.8 Managing the Playlist
This player supports the playlist function,
which allows you to add your favorite
contents on local HDD to the playlists (All,
Music, Photos, and Movies), and enjoy
them at any time.
4.4.8.1 Adding files to the playlist
1. Select the favorite file you wish to add,
press the RED button, and the file will
be ticked.
Note:
– Make sure your player and your computer are on the same local area network and subnet.
– Firewalls may prevent your player to
communicating with your computer.
Please open the ports manually and
add your player to the ‘trusted’ list, or
disable the firewall temporarily.
4.4.7 Renaming / Deleting Files
When navigating in the browser menu,
you can press the MENU button to activate a popup menu where you can rename and delete files or folders.
2.Press the GREEN button to confirm, and
then an on-screen message ‘Add selects
to list’ will be shown. Multiple selections
are allowed.
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4.4.8.2 Browsing the playlist
1. Press the UP / DOWN buttons to select
Play List in the browser menu.
2.Press the LEFT / RIGHT buttons to select
between All, Music, Photos, and Movies.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Then you will enter the playlist.
4.5 Media Library
Owning to a powerful search engine, the
library menu allows you to search and
browse multimedia files stored on the
internal HDD in most easy ways. To enter
this menu, select the Library icon on the
home screen.
4.5.1 Music library
1. Use the left / right button on the remote
control to select the Music tab.
Playlist
4.If you wish to delete a file from the playlist, press the RED button to select, and
then press the GREEN button to confirm.
2.Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from Update, Search, All, Artist, Genre,
and Album.
3. And press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.5.1.1 Update
• Select to update and synchronize all the
music stored on the internal HDD to the
library.
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4.5.1.2 Search
• Select to search for music files by their
names.
1. Use the navigational buttons to select,
and press the ENTER button to confirm.
2.Select OK and press the ENTER button,
and then the files you desired will be
displayed on the screen.
4.5.1.3 All
• Select to list all the music files in the library.
4.5.1.4 Artist
• Select to search for music files by artist.
4.5.1.6 Genre
• Select to search for music files by genre.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the genre.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.5.1.7 Album
• Select to search for music files by album.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the album.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the artist.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
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4.5.1.8 Quick-Search
You can also press the right button to turn
on a Quick-Search bar while browsing
music files in the library.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
characters on the Quick-Search bar.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm. And
then music files with name starting with
the specific characters will be displayed
onto the top.
3. Press the left button to delete characters,
and press the RETURN button to close
the Quick-Search bar.
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4.5.2 Photo Library
• Use the left / right button on the remote
control to select the Photos tab.
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from Update, Search, All, and Date.
And press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.5.2.1 Update
• Select to update and synchronize all the
photos stored on the internal HDD to the
library.
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4.5.2.2 Search
• Select to search for photos by their
names.
1. Use the navigational buttons to select,
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
3. Select OK and press the ENTER button,
and then the files you desired will be
displayed on the screen.
4.5.2.3 All
• Select to list all the photos in the library.
4.5.2.5 Quick-Search
You can also press the right button to turn
on a Quick-Search bar while previewing
photos in the library.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
characters on the Quick-Search bar.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
And then photos with name starting
with the specific characters will be displayed onto the top.
3. Press the left button to delete characters.
4.Press the RETURN button to close the
Quick-Search bar.
4.5.3 Movie Library
• Use the left / right button on the remote
control to select the Movies tab.
4.5.2.4 Date
• Select to search for photos by date.
• Press the UP / DOWN button to select
from Update, Search, All, Actor, Genre,
and Year. And press the ENTER button
to confirm.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the date, and press the ENTER button to
confirm.
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4.5.3.1 Update
• Select to update and synchronize all the
movies stored on the internal HDD to
the library.
4.5.3.4 Actor
• Select to search for movies by actor.
Amy Adams
Jeff Bridges
Johnny Depp
Mike Myers
Edward Norton
Naomi Watts
4.5.3.2 Search
• Select to search for movies by their
names.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the actor.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.5.3.5 Genre
• Select to search for movies by genre.
Action
Adventure
Cartoon
Comic
Sci-Fi
1. Use the navigational buttons to select,
and press the ENTER button to confirm.
2.Select OK and press the ENTER button,
and then the files you desired will be
displayed on the screen.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the genre.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
4.5.3.6 Year
• Select to search for movies by year.
4.5.3.3 All
• Select to list all the movies in the library.
2000
2001
2004
2009
2010
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
the year.
2.Press the ENTER button to confirm.
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4.5.3.7 Quick-Search
You can also press the right button to turn
on a Quick-Search bar while previewing
movies in the library.
1. Press the UP / DOWN button to select
characters on the Quick-Search bar,
and press the ENTER button to confirm.
And then movies with name starting
with the specific characters will be displayed onto the top.
2.Press the left button to delete characters,
and press the RETURN button to close
the Quick-Search bar.
Note: In order to use the search function
more efficiently, you are encouraged to
use the following rules to name the movies
stored on the internal HDD.
– Syntax: [Name][Actor][Genre][Year].
extension
– Examples: [Enchanted.CD1][Amy Adams][Love][2007].avi, [The.Dark.Knight.
CD1][Christian Bale][Action][2008].avi,
etc.
4.6 File Copy Menu
• Select the File Copy icon from the home
screen to enter the File Copy menu or
press the BROWSER button on the remote control, which allows you to copy
files between Removable Devices (Card,
USB), HDD, and Network.
The following buttons can be used under
the file copy menu.
Button
UP /
DOWN
RIGHT
MENU
STOP
ENTER
Function
Move cursor UP / DOWN to
select devices, folders
Go to the next step.
Select (or cancel) folders or
files (The selected items will
be ticked).
Cancel all selections.
Confirm the selected options.
Please refer to the following operations
to copy / move folders / files between
devices.
1. Select the source device and destination
device.
2.Select the source files you want to copy.
3. Select the destination folder to store the
above files.
4.Select Copy or Move to proceed.
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4.7 P2P Share Menu
Select the P2P Share icon on the main
menu. You can see the status of torrents
download progress and configure the
BT download settings in this menu. Press
LEFT/RIGHT button to enter into download
menu and BT setup menu.
4.7.1 Add a torrent
Locate your torrent file in Browser menu,
then press MENU button to add the torrent
to start downloading.
4.7.2 Download Menu
After add the BT torrent files, the download progress can be displayed in this
menu.
The following buttons can be used under
this menu:
Button
UP /
DOWN
Function
Move cursor UP / DOWN.
Press to adjust the priority of
the download task
MENU
PAUSE
PLAY
Press to pause the download.
Press to start download.
Press to stop the download.
STOP
RETURN
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4.7.3 BT Setup Menu
In the BT Setup menu, you can configure
the following settings. Use UP/DOWN and
ENTER to change the settings.
– Set the maximum download rate.
– Set the maximum upload rate.
– Set the idle hours to start the next
download automatically.
– Set the seeding hours.
– Set to delete the finished torrent files
automatically or not.
– Set the maximum number of simultaneous download tasks.
4.7.4 Download
If you want to download the files from the
BitTorrent network, you can also do so
with the MS6:
1. For this, first activate the BT function
(Setup -> Settings -> Network -> BT to
“On”).
2.Then you can enter the IP address of
the MS6 (e.g. “http://192.168.46.2”) in
Internet Explorer in order to access the
web interface of Neighbor Web.
3. Then click the entry “BitTorrent Download” – the following mask will appear
on the screen:
4.Download a BitTorrent file from the
internet.
5. Then click “Add new Torrent”.
6.Click “Browse” – click the previously
downloaded BitTorrent file. Then click
“Yes” to start the download
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4.8 IMS (Internet Multimedia
Service) Menu
This feature is additional function. All
contents and services under this feature
are provided by third-party service providers, our company does not offer any
contents and services of this feature and
it not responsible for any contents and
services provided under this feature. Our
company is not responsible for any operational stability of the contents and services, for example, if you cannot access
certain web site for video streaming or
news broadcast, or the content of a web
site has been changed etc, are all responsible and control by the third-party service
providers. If you find that these features
cannot operate properly, please contact
our customer service or visit our company
website to obtain the relevant information.
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4.9 NAS Function
This player can be used as a NAS (Network-Attached Storage) device. It can be
attached to the home network via either
Ethernet or WLAN. This feature allows
homes to store and retrieve large amounts
of data more affordably than ever before.
Note: Please turn on the BitTorrent and
SAMBA in the setup menu before using
this function.
When the network connection is done
correctly and ready for use, please turn
on NAS function in the setup menu in
advance (refer to 3.6 Changing System
Settings for more details), and then type:
\\IP Address in the Run window (click
Run in the start menu) or the address bar
of Internet Explorer on your PC (For example, if the IP address of the player is
192.168.0.9, please type: \\192.168.0.9),
and click OK or press the Enter button on
the keyboard.
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4.10 Host-Name
Here, you enter a name for the MS6
that makes the device visible on the
network. This way, you can also enter
the host name instead of the IP address
when accessing the internal hard-drive:
e.g. “\\MS6\” in Windows Explorer or
“http://MS6/” in Internet Explorer.
Under windows vista and windows 7,pls
type:\\192.168.0.9 on search bar, then
press the Enter button on the keyboard.
Then you can view, and edit the files
stored on the hard disk installed on the
player. In this way, you can also playback
and copy files via network between your
PC and the player.
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5. Upgrading the Firmware
The firmware is the operating system (OS)
installed on the device. Firmware upgrades can bring new features, improvements and bug fixes.
3. Plug the power cable into the DC IN
jack, wait for about 5 seconds or more,
and then loosen your finger on the
power / standby button;
1. Copy ‘install.img’ or extension files to
the root directory of a USB stick, and
connect it to the USB HOST port of the
player.
2.Press and hold the power / standby
button on the front panel, and do not
loosen.
Firmware installation will start. There is
another way for upgrading. Please refer
to System Update and Extension Info in
chapter ‘3.6 Changing System Settings’
for more details.
6. Appendixes
6.1 Specifications
Dimensions
(W / H / D):
230 / 62 / 170 mm
Weight:
1,1 kg (without HDD)
Power pack
Input:
100-240 V; 50 / 60 Hz; 0,8 A
Output:
12 V DC; 3,0 A
I/O INTERFACES SUPORTED
• 3.5’’ SATA HDD
• USB 2.0 HOST port x 2 (compatible to
USB 1.1)
• Memory Card slot (supports SD/MMC/
MS/MS Pro)
• USB 2.0 DEVICE port (connecting to PC)
• Composite (CVBS) A/V IN jack
• Composite (CVBS) A/V OUT jack
• Component Y/Pb/Pr jack
• ANT.RF IN/OUT socket
• HDMI V1.3 interface
• S/PDIF coaxial & optical jack
• DC-IN 12V
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SUBTITLE FORMATS SURPORTED
– SRT, SMI, SSA, ASS, IDX/SUB, SUB
NETWORK FEATURE
• 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet
• 802.11b/g/n WLAN, up to 300Mbps
(supported by optional WLAN USB
Adapter)
VIDEO RECORDING
• DTV recording format: TS
• AV IN recording format: MPG (MPEG2,
MP2)
Note: The specifications and design of
this product are subject to change without
notice.
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6.2 Frequently Asked Questions
Question 1. When I try to disconnect the
USB device, I keep on getting “The device
‘Generic volume’ cannot be stopped right
now. Try stopping the device again later.”
message, what should I do?
Answer:
Close any program that might be accessing data on the player, including
Windows® Explorer. If it does not work,
close all programs and wait for another
20 seconds, then try the green arrow icon
again. If it still does not work, you should
shut down the player and disconnect the
USB cable.
Question 2. I find new file names and
folder names that I never created before or
they have strange gibberish names.
Answer:
Most likely, the player’s file allocation
table (FAT) has been corrupted. This might
be due to the player shutting down (due
to low battery power) while reading or
writing to your computer by the USB connection. Windows and Macintosh often
write extra files to the hard disk such as
finder.def or System volume info. These
are normal and will not do any harm to
the player.
Question 3. I used my player to transfer
files back and forth between different computers. Will defragmenting the player hard
disk do any harm to it?
Answer:
Defragmenting the player hard disk may
be useful after having transferred many
files to and from the player. It is never
harmful to use the defragment on the
player. Make sure no other programs are
running while using the Windows® defragment utility. Make sure you have connected the player with the external power
adapter during this procedure.
Question 4. My files have disappeared
from the player.
Answer:
Make sure that you browse your files via
the correct browser mode which means
correct filtered views such as Photos, Music, or Movies.
Question 5. During power on, why does
the TV will have a short flashing, blue
screen or screensaver?
Answer:
This is normal, when the system initializes,
it will setup the corresponding parameters
so it can output the correct video signal to
the TV, during the initializing time, the TV
will receive incorrect signals or the signals
will not be stable and will cause the TV
screen to flash, some TV’s will treat this as
no signal, and will display a blue screen
or screensaver.
Question 6. Why when I switch to Y/Pb/
Pr 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p,
does the TV screen display an unwatchable
picture?
Answer:
Please check if your TV supports Y/Pb/Pr
480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p
output, if your TV does not support, please
use the A/V signal display instead, press
the TV SYSYEM button on the remote
control, then switch the TV’s video input to
NTSC or PAL.
Question 7. Why is there no sound on
movie or music playback when using Y/Pb/
Pr component output?
Answer:
Y/Pb/Pr output is a video output only, and
does not include sound signals. When using Y/Pb/Pr output, please plug the A/V
OUT or the S/PDIF jack to output sound.
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Question 8. I cannot get SSID name, the
screen always displays: ‘Can’t get any
SSID!!’
Answer:
When the WLAN USB Adapter is connected to the player, it needs some time to
get initialized. Please wait for about 1~2
minutes and try refreshing the SSID list
again.
Question 9. I cannot see files shared on my
computer via Browser->Network menu.
Answer:
Please check following items:
1. Connect the player to network and obtain an IP address first;
2.Please enable NetBIOS of TCP/IP on
computer;
3. Please check your PC’s firewall settings;
4.Please enable your PC’s ‘Guest’ account;
5. Please share the folders which you wish
to browse on your PC, and make sure
that ‘Everyone’ or ‘Guest’ has the right
to access.
Question 10. I configured everything correctly, but still cannot get the wireless network or UPnP function to work.
Answer:
Are you using a firewall such as Norton
Internet Security, McAfee Personal Firewall, Zone Alarm, etc. or even the built-in
firewall of Windows XP? (Don’t forget that
Service Pack 2 for Windows XP automatically upgrades your firewall and turn it on
by default)
If you have a firewall, it may need to be
configured or have exceptions created to
allow you to see and communicate with the
player on the network. To test if your firewall is preventing network communication
(including PING and access shared folders), try disabling it to see if you can connect. If you can connect with the firewall
disabled, you may need to add the player
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to the ‘Trusted’ list or configure the firewall
for local intranet access. Worst-case, disable your firewall long enough to use the
player, then enable it again when done.
Question 11. I am using the 802.11n Wi-Fi
dongle with an 802.11n wireless router, why
the speed is still 802.11g 54Mbps rather
than 300Mbps?
Answer:
The IEEE 802.11n Draft standard prohibits
using high throughput with WEP or TKIP
as the unicast cipher. If you use these encryption methods (e.g. WEP, WPA-TKIP),
your data rate will drop to 54 Mbps. You
may contact the Access Point or router
manufacturer to download the latest
firmware, or try other encryption methods
(WPA2-AES or WPA2-TKIP), or choose to
configure an unsecured profile, but this
option is not recommended.
Question 12. Why do some supported
photo formats, cannot be shown in the
photo function?
Answer:
In the JPEG format there are different
modes. The player doesn’t support all
the modes. So you have to change your
photo format first as follow:
(1) Use Photoshop or similar software to
open the photo;
(2) Choose “save as” from the menu and
select the picture format as JPEG, input the
file name and click the “save” icon;
Question 13. Why couldn’t the player find
the hard disc?
Answer:
Make sure the firmware is installed correctly, and no system partitions on the
HDD were deleted. If hard disc failure
occurs, please backup your data and
reinstall the firmware.
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Question 14. Some functions like recording,
time shift etc. do not work. What should I
do?
Answer:
If you find some functions do not work
properly on the player, please change system settings to the default (Refer to 3.6 for
changing system settings).
6.3 Copyrights and Trademarks
Copyrights
All rights reserved. No part of this manual
may be reproduced, or transmitted in
any form or by any means, whether by
electronically or mechanically, without the
express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyrighted materials, such as software,
music files, or movies, are protected by
local law, and may not be illegally copied
or used without permission from the copyright owner.
Trademarks
© All trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Dolby
Manufactured under licence from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the
double D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
DTS
Manufactured under licence with the US
patent numbers: 5,451,942 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 and
other U.S and international patents, which
have been issued and are pending. DTS
and DTS Digital Surround are registered
trademarks and the DTS logos and the
DTS symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc.
©1996 – 2008 DTS Inc. All rights reserved.
6.4 GPL Statement
This product contains free software which
is licensed under the GNU General Public
License. After you purchase this product,
you may procure, modify or distribute the
source code of the GPL/LGPL software
that is used in this product.
To obtain a copy of our open source software, please contact our support center
and we will provide you with a CD-ROM
of the source code that is used, charging
only the actual expense involved. However, please be noted that we can not
provide guarantee with the source code,
and there is also no technical support for
the source code from us.
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Disposing of the unit
Used units must not be disposed of with household waste
If the unit is no longer operational, every consumer is
required by law to dispose of
used devices separate from household
waste, e. g. at a collection point run by
the communal authority borough. In this
way, used devices can be recycled and
waste materials disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.
For this reason, electrical equipment is
labelled with the displayed symbol
Batteries and rechargeable
batteries
Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be
disposed of with household
waste!
Every consumer is required by law to
bring all batteries and rechargeable
batteries, whether they contain harmful
substances*) or not, to a collection point
run by the communal authority or borough
or run commercially, so that they can be
disposed of in an environmentally friendly
manner.
Please only hand in fully discharged batteries!
*) labelled: Cd = cadmium, Hg = mercur y, Pb = lead
For questions, suggestions or other issues please contact our customer service department:
Lautsprecher Teufel GmbH
Gewerbehof Buelowbogen - Aufgang D1
10783 Berlin (Germany), Buelowstr. 66
Tel.: 00800 200 300 40 (toll-free)
Fax: +49 (0)30 - 300 930 930
www.teufelaudio.com
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