Denon Cocoon Home Owner's manual

Denon Cocoon Home Owner's manual
Preparations
Informations
Owner’s Manual
Operations
SPEAKER DOCK
DSD-500
nSAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
10. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
11. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
CAUTION:
To completely disconnect this product from the mains, disconnect the plug
from the wall socket outlet.
The mains plug is used to completely interrupt the power supply to the unit
and must be within easy access by the user.
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
This product may be operated in the following countries;
AT
BE
CZ
DK
FR
DE
GR
HU
IT
NL
PL
PT
ES
SE
GB
NO
Indoor use only.
I
FI
IE
SK
CH
DENON EUROPE
Division of D&M Germany GmbH
An der Kleinbahn 18, Nettetal,
D-41334 Germany
A NOTE ABOUT RECYCLING:
This product’s packaging materials are recyclable and can
be reused. Please dispose of any materials in accordance
with the local recycling regulations.
When discarding the unit, comply with local rules or
regulations.
Batteries should never be thrown away or incinerated
but disposed of in accordance with the local regulations
concerning battery disposal.
This product and the supplied accessories, excluding the
batteries, constitute the applicable product according to the
WEEE directive.
Informations
13.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
14.Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like.
We declare under our sole responsibility that this product, to which this
declaration relates, is in conformity with the following standards:
EN60065, EN55013, EN55020, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, EN300328,
EN301489-01, EN301489-17 and EN50371.
Following the provisions of Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and EMC
Directive 2004/108/EC, the EC regulation 1275/2008 and its frame work
Directive 2009/125/EC for Energy-related Products (ErP).
Operations
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
•DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Preparations
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
nCAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
nNOTES ON USE
z
z
z
z
Wall
zzFor proper heat dispersal, do not install this unit in a confined
space, such as a bookcase or similar enclosure.
•More than 0.3 m is recommended.
•Do not place any other equipment on this unit.
Operations
Informations
•Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when installed in a rack.
•Handle the power cord carefully.
Hold the plug when unplugging the cord.
•Keep the unit free from moisture, water, and dust.
•Unplug the power cord when not using the unit for long periods of time.
•Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
•Do not let foreign objects into the unit.
•Do not let insecticides, benzene, and thinner come in contact with the unit.
•Never disassemble or modify the unit in any way.
•Ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings
with items, such as newspapers, tablecloths or curtains.
•Naked flame sources such as lighted candles should not be placed on
the unit.
•Observe and follow local regulations regarding battery disposal.
•Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing fluids.
•Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the unit.
•Do not handle the mains cord with wet hands.
•When the switch is in the OFF (STANDBY) position, the equipment is not
completely switched off from MAINS.
•The equipment shall be installed near the power supply so that the power
supply is easily accessible.
•Do not keep the battery in a place exposed to direct sunlight or in places
with extremely high temperatures, such as near a heater.
Preparations
WARNINGS
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS PRODUCT
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in
this manual, meets R&TTE directive requirements. Modification of the
product could result in hazardous Radio and EMC radiation.
2.CAUTION
•Separation distance of at least 20 cm must be maintained between
this product and all persons.
•This product and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
II
Preparations
Getting started
Thank you for purchasing this DENON product. To ensure proper operation, please read this owner’s manual carefully before using the product.
After reading them, be sure to keep them for future reference.
Contents
Getting started···············································································1
Accessories···················································································1
Features·························································································2
Cautions on handling·····································································2
Remote operation··········································································3
Informations···········································································27
Part names and functions···························································28
Front panel···················································································28
Rear panel····················································································28
Remote control unit·····································································29
Other information········································································30
Trademark information·································································30
Explanation of terms····································································31
Troubleshooting···········································································33
Resetting the microprocessor·····················································35
Specifications···············································································36
1
Accessories
Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
qQuick Setup Guide................................................................... 1
wCD-ROM (Owner’s manual)..................................................... 1
eSafety Instructions................................................................... 1
rService network list.................................................................. 1
tPower cord............................................................................... 1
yRemote control unit.................................................................. 1
uR03/AAA batteries.................................................................... 2
iEthernet cable (CAT-5)............................................................. 1
t
y
i
Informations
Connections····················································································5
Connecting the power cord···························································5
Connecting a USB memory device················································5
Connecting a portable player·························································5
Connecting an iOS device·····························································6
Connecting to a home network (LAN)·········································7
Required system···········································································7
Network connections and settings················································8
Playback························································································13
Preparations·················································································13
Operations possible during playback···········································13
Various memory functions···························································14
Playing an iOS device··································································14
AirPlay function············································································15
Listening to internet radio····························································17
Playing a USB memory device·····················································18
Playing a portable player······························································19
Playing back files stored on PC or NAS with Cocoon App
(Music server)··············································································20
How to make detailed settings···················································22
Menu map···················································································22
Setting the language (Language)·················································23
Setting the clock (Clock)······························································23
Setting the volume limit (Max Vol Level)·····································25
Setting the network (Network Info.)············································25
Operations
Preparations··············································································4
Operations···············································································12
Features
This unit employs a slide type Dock that comes out when you push
its front. By storing the Dock within this unit when you do not use
it, this unit becomes compact.
You can charge iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad at the same time while
playing back music.
You can enjoy comfortable streaming playback of music from
iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Received song and artist names appear on the display.
Compatible with “Cocoon App” for performing
basic operations of the unit with an iPhone, iPod
touch and iPad (vpage 3)
•Power is supplied to some of the circuitry even when the unit is
set to the standby mode. When going on vacation or leaving home
for long periods of time, be sure to unplug the power cord from the
power outlet.
•About condensation
If there is a major difference in temperature between the inside of
the unit and the surroundings, condensation (dew) may form on
the operating parts inside the unit, causing the unit not to operate
properly.
If this happens, let the unit sit for an hour or two with the power
turned off and wait until there is little difference in temperature
before using the unit.
Operations
Compatible with the AirPlay® function
(vpage 15)
•Before turning the power on
Check once again that all connections are correct and that there are
no problems with the connection cables.
Preparations
Equipped with a Dock that supports iPhone®,
iPod touch® and iPad® (vpage 6)
Cautions on handling
•Cautions on using mobile phones
Using a mobile phone near this unit may result in noise. If that
occurs, move the mobile phone away from this unit when it is in use.
Compatible with the Internet radio (vpage 17)
Also equipped with the Music Server function
that plays back audio content on the network
(vpage 20)
•About care
•Wipe the cabinet and control panel clean with a soft cloth.
•Follow the instructions when using a chemical cleaner.
•Benzene, paint thinner or other organic solvents as well as
insecticide may cause material changes and discoloration if brought
into contact with the unit, and should therefore not be used.
In addition to music files stored on PC and music servers on the
network, you can enjoy various audio sources on the Internet such
as the Internet radio.
Equipped with an organic EL display with great
visibility
High contrast with low power can be achieved. Song and artist
names are clearly displayed.
2
Informations
Equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities including Wi-Fi
Protected Setup (WPS) (vpage 9)
•Moving the unit
Turn off the power and unplug the power cord from the power
outlet. Next, disconnect the connection cables to other system units
before moving the unit.
Remote operation
nnOperating range of the remote control unit
Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating
it.
nnInserting the batteries
qRemove the rear lid in the
direction of the arrow and
remove it.
w Load the two batteries properly
as indicated by the marks in the
battery compartment.
Cocoon App
Cocoon App is DENON’s proprietary application developed for iPhone,
iPod touch and iPad.
Approx. 7 m
iPod
30°
30°
15:05
Cocoon 1
SLEEP TIMER
00:29 min
Operations
With Cocoon App, you can use iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to:
•Operate this unit
•Manually make the wireless LAN settings on this unit (vpage 9)
•Change preset Internet radio stations (vpage 17)
R03/AAA
Preparations
About the remote control unit
iDevice
e Put the rear cover back on.
•Insert the specified batteries in the remote control unit.
•Replace the batteries with new ones if the set does not operate
even when the remote control unit is operated close to the unit. (The
supplied batteries are only for verifying operation. Replace them
with new batteries at an early date.)
•When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction,
following the q and w marks in the battery compartment.
•To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
•Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
•Do not use two different types of batteries.
•Do not attempt to charge dry batteries.
•Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of batteries in
flames.
•Do not keep the battery in a place exposed to direct sunlight or in
places with extremely high temperatures, such as near a heater.
•If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside
of the battery compartment and insert new batteries.
•Remove the batteries from the remote control unit if it will not be in
use for long periods.
•Used batteries should be disposed of in accordance with the local
regulations regarding battery disposal.
•The remote control unit may function improperly if rechargeable
batteries are used.
NOTE
•The set may function improperly or the remote control unit may not
operate if the remote control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight,
strong artificial light from an inverter type fluorescent lamp or
infrared light.
•When using 3D video devices that transmit radio communication
signals (such as infrared signals etc) between the various units (such
as the monitor, 3D glasses, 3D transmitter unit etc), the remote
control unit may not operate due to interference from those radio
communication signals. If this occurs, adjust the direction and
distance of the 3D communication for each unit, and check that the
remote control unit operation is not affected by these signals.
3
Music Player Internet Radio
Music Server
iDevice
AUX
Tuneln
•Bidirectional communication is performed.
•The Cocoon App can be downloaded for free from the App Store.
Informations
NOTE
Preparations
Preparations
Preparations
Here, we explain the connections methods for this unit.
F Connections vpage 5
vpage 5
PORTABLE
PLAYER
vpage 5
Operations
vpage 5
vpage 6
vpage 9
4
vpage 10
Informations
F Connecting to a home network (LAN) vpage 7
NOTE
•Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been
completed.
•When making connections, also refer to the owner’s manual of the
other components.
•Do not bundle power supply cords together with connection cables.
Doing so can result in humming or noise.
•If a portable player is connected via the AUX IN jack of the unit,
music from the portable player can be played.
•For operating instructions see “Playing a portable player”
(vpage 19).
USB
memory
device
Cables used for connections
Audio cable (sold separately)
Stereo mini
plug cable
When all of the connections are completed, insert the power plug into
the power outlet.
AC IN
AC IN
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
Operations
Connecting the power cord
Connecting a portable player
Connecting a USB memory device
•You can enjoy music stored on a USB memory device.
•For operating instructions see “Playing a USB memory device”
(vpage 18).
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
AC IN
WPS
To household power outlet
(AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz)
NOTE
•Only use the supplied power cord.
•Be sure the power cord is unplugged from the power outlet before
connecting or disconnecting it to the AC inlet.
•If the USB memory device is divided into multiple partitions, only the
top partition can be selected.
•This unit is compatible with MP3 files conforming to “MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3” standards.
•DENON does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will
operate or receive power. When using a portable USB connection
type HDD of the kind to which an AC adapter can be connected to
supply power, use the AC adapter.
NOTE
•Note that DENON will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any
problems arising with the data on a USB memory device when using
this unit in conjunction with the USB memory device.
•USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
•It is not possible to use this unit by connecting the unit’s USB port
to a PC via a USB cable.
•Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory
device. This may cause radio interference with other devices.
5
Portable
Audio
HEADPHONE
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
Informations
Power cord
(Supplied)
Preparations
Connections
Connecting an iOS device
•You can enjoy music stored on an iOS device.
•For operating instructions see “Playing an iOS device” (vpage 14)
Preparations
Supported iPod models
•iPod / iPod classic
Dismantling
iPod
Operations
•iPod nano
Dock connector
NOTE
•Depending on the type of iOS device and the software version, some functions may not operate.
•Note that DENON will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising with the data on an
iOS device when using this unit in conjunction with the iOS device.
Informations
•iPod touch
How to eject/store the Dock
q Push the front of the Dock, and it comes out.
w Push it again to store within this unit.
•iPhone
•iPad
NOTE
•When ejecting/storing the Dock, hold the upper part of this unit with your hand to prevent this unit from
moving or tipping over.
•When iPhone or iPod touch is not connected to this unit, store the Dock within this unit.
(as of July 2012)
6
When this unit is connected to your home network (LAN), you can
enjoy various audio sources via the network.
•Streaming playback from iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with AirPlay
•Internet radio
•Music files on music servers
Furthermore, you can operate this unit by using Cocoon App on
iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
Required system
nnBroadband internet connection
nnModem
Device that connects to the broadband circuit and conducts
communications on the Internet.
A type that is integrated with a router is also available.
When using this unit, we recommend you use a router equipped
with the following functions:
•Built-in DHCP server
This function automatically assigns IP addresses on the LAN.
•Built-in 100BASE-TX switch
When connecting multiple devices, we recommend a switching
hub with a speed of 100 Mbps or greater.
•When using with a wireless LAN, prepare a broadband router
with built-in access point.
•Use only a shielded STP or ScTP LAN cable which is available at
retailer.
•The normal shielded-type Ethernet cable is recommended. If a
flat-type cable or unshielded-type cable is used, other devices
could be affected by noise.
7
NOTE
•A contract with an ISP is required to connect to the Internet.
No additional contract is needed if you already have a broadband
connection to the Internet.
•The types of routers that can be used depend on the ISP. Contact an
ISP or a computer shop for details.
•DENON assumes no responsibility whatsoever for any
communication errors or troubles resulting from customer’s network
environment or connected devices.
•This unit is not compatible with PPPoE. A PPPoE-compatible router
is required if you have a contract for a type of line set by PPPoE.
•Do not connect an NETWORK connector directly to the LAN port/
Ethernet connector on your computer.
•To listen to audio streaming, use a router that supports audio
streaming.
Informations
nnEthernet cable (supplied)
(CAT-5 or greater recommended)
•If you have an Internet provider contract for a line on which network
settings are made manually, make the settings at “When “DHCP” is
set to “Off” on your router” (vpage 10).
•With this unit, it is possible to use the DHCP and Auto IP functions
to make the network settings automatically.
•When using this unit with the broadband router’s DHCP function
enabled, this unit automatically performs the IP address setting and
other settings.
When using this unit connected to a network with no DHCP function,
make the settings for the IP address, etc., at “When “DHCP” is set
to “Off” on your router” (vpage 10).
•When setting manually, check the setting contents with the network
administrator.
Operations
nnRouter
To check for any firmware update available for improving this unit,
etc., see “Firmware Update” (vpage 26) in the menu.
Preparations
Connecting to a home network (LAN)
Network connections and settings
Using a router equipped with the wireless LAN
function
Using a router that is not equipped with the
wireless LAN function
Connect this unit to your router wirelessly. Connection procedures
differ according to the type of your router.
Connect this unit to your router with an Ethernet cable. Connection
procedures differ according to your router settings.
nn When “DHCP” is set to “On” on your router
(vpage 10)
nn When your router is not equipped with a WPS
button and you are using iPhone, iPod touch or iPad
(vpage 9)
nn When “DHCP” is set to “Off” on your router
(vpage 10)
nn When this unit is connected to your PC through
wireless LAN (vpage 11)
“WPS” stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup, a standard for making it
easy to make security settings required when connecting wireless
LAN devices.
Operations
nn When your router is equipped with a WPS button
(vpage 9)
Using PC to make network settings of this unit
You can also use your PC to make network settings of this unit without
iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
Preparations
There are two types of network connections available – wired and wireless. Select either of them according to your router functions and operating environment.
Informations
8
Network connections and settings
nnWhen your router is equipped with a WPS
button
PC
By just pressing the WPS button on your router and this unit, the
wireless LAN connection settings are made.
Internet
Modem
1 Press the WPS button of the router.
2 Press WPS on the rear panel.
“Connecting” is displayed, and the unit starts connecting to
the LAN.
AC IN
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
WPS
•“Cocoon App” is free.
•Before turning this unit on, make sure that an Ethernet cable is
not connected to this unit. If a cable is connected, have this unit
enter the power standby mode and disconnect the cable.
•To make the connection settings by using PC without iPhone,
iPod touch or iPad, see “Using PC to make network settings of
this unit” (vpage 11).
“Cocoon App” to your iPhone, iPod touch
1 Download
or iPad from App Store.
2 Start the application.
the “SETUP” screen is
3 When
displayed, tap “NetLink”.
SETUP
BACK
•When the connection is made successfully, “Succeeded” appears.
•If the connection cannot be established, “Connection Failed” is
displayed. Perform steps 1 – 2 again.
•“Scanning network for devices”
is displayed.
App Setting
Device
DSD500 Bed Room
Theme
NetLink
Language
English
DSD500 Bed Room Setting
•If this unit is still not connected to the network after this procedure,
manually enter the PIN code of WPS (vpage 25).
Clock
Auto
Network Settings
Volume Settings
v See overleaf
9
Informations
iPhone, iPod touch
and iPad
Use the DENON application “Cocoon App” to make the wireless
LAN connection settings.
Operations
To WAN side
Router with
access point
•Before turning this unit on, make sure that an Ethernet cable is
not connected to this unit. If a cable is connected, have this unit
enter the power standby mode and disconnect the cable.
•After the unit is turned on, it takes approximately 30 seconds for
the WPS button on this unit to be available.
nnWhen your router is not equipped with
a WPS button and you are using iPhone,
iPod touch or iPad
Preparations
Wireless LAN
Network connections and settings
iPod
q Enter the encryption key of your
router that is connected to your
iPod, iPhone or iPad.
w Tap “Join”.
Wired LAN
21:12
BACK
NETLINK
JOIN
Access Point
Cocoon
Internet
Enter Password
Modem
PC
NAS
(Network Attached
Storage)
You may need to set the network connection manually, depending on
the provider you use. To set the connection manually, use the setting
procedure of “When “DHCP” is set to “Off” on your router”.
Preparations
4
Enter the encryption key.
nnWhen “DHCP” is set to “Off” on your router
This section explains the settings when connecting this unit to a
network that does not have a DHCP function.
Q M E R T Y U I O P
A S D F G H J K L
Z X C V B N M
space
To WAN side
To configure the settings manually, check the setting details with
your network administrator.
Join
To LAN port
5
6 Tap “JOIN”.
15:10
BACK
NETLINK
JOIN
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
Ethernet cable
(Supplied)
Router
Access Point
Cocoon
Enter Password
AC IN
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
WPS
For connections to the Internet, contact an ISP (Internet
Service Provider) or a computer shop.
•When this unit could not connect to the network, the application
displays an error message. Perform steps 1 – 6 again.
The wireless network name (SSID) and encryption method used for
this unit are the same as those set for the connected iPod, iPhone
or iPad.
nnWhen “DHCP” is set to “On” on your router
When using this unit with the broadband router’s DHCP function
enabled, this unit automatically performs the IP address setting
and other settings.
the supplied Ethernet cable by referring to
1 Connect
the above figure.
2 Press X to turn on power to the main unit.
•When this unit could not connect to the network, perform steps 1
and 2 again.
10
steps 1 – 4 in “When this unit is connected
1 Complete
to your PC through wireless LAN” (vpage 11).
the page that appears, set the information
2 On
necessary for the network connection.
qClick “Profile Configuration” on the upper left part of the
page.
w Click “ADVANCE SETTING”.
e Enter required items.
r When settings are completed, click “Apply”.
t Connect the Ethernet cable.
•“Connecting” is displayed, and the unit starts connecting to the
LAN.
•When the connection is made successfully, “Succeeded” appears.
•If the connection cannot be established, “Connection Failed” is
displayed. Turn this unit off and on.
If this unit is still not connected to the network after this procedure,
complete steps 1 – 2 again.
Informations
The network settings are copied to
this unit from your iPod, iPhone or
iPad and this unit is connected to
the network.
iPod
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
To LAN port
Place your iPod, iPhone or iPad in the dock of this
unit (vpage 6).
Operations
123
Network connections and settings
nnWhen this unit is connected to your PC through
wireless LAN
•Enter the name in the “Friendly Name” box and click “Set” to
change the friendly name. A friendly name is the name of this unit
that is presented to the network.
•In “ADVANCE SETTING”, you can manually make settings such as
the IP address.
Preparations
Using PC to make network settings of this
unit
NOTE
Before turning this unit on, make sure that an Ethernet cable is not
connected to this unit. If a cable is connected, have this unit enter
the power standby mode and disconnect the cable.
NETLINK does not support proxy servers.
Operations
1 Press X to turn on power to the main unit.
2 Press NETLINK on the rear panel.
to “Cocoon_Setup” in the wireless network
3 Connect
settings on your PC.
It takes approximately 30 seconds for this unit to start.
This unit restarts and “NetLink” appears on the display.
Informations
•If “Cocoon_Setup” is not displayed, refresh the network.
•It may take up to two minutes to establish the connection.
the browser on the PC connected to this unit,
4 Launch
and enter the address “http://169.254.1.1”.
the page that appears, set the information
5 On
necessary for the network connection.
qClick “Profile Configuration” on the upper left part of the
page.
wFrom the “Digital Media Player Wireless LAN Settings”
dropdown list, select the SSID (Service Set ID) of your
router.
e Enter the password.
r When settings are completed, click “Apply”.
•“Connecting” is displayed, and the unit starts connecting to the
LAN.
•When the connection is made successfully, “Succeeded” appears.
•If the connection cannot be established, “Connection Failed” is
displayed. Perform steps 1 – 5 again.
•It may take 120 seconds to establish the network connection.
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Operations
Here, we explain functions and operations that let you make better use of this unit.
vpage 14
vpage 18
vpage 17
vpage 19
vpage 20
F How to make detailed settings vpage 22
12
Informations
PORTABLE
PLAYER
vpage 15
Operations
F Playback vpage 13
Preparations
Operations
This section provides how to play back music with this unit.
This unit can play back music from the following devices (media).
•iPhone, iPod and iPad
When connected to this unit (vpage 14)
When using AirPlay (vpage 15)
•Internet radio (vpage 17)
•Music files on USB flash memories (vpage 18)
•Portable player (vpage 19)
•Music server (PC on the network) (vpage 20)
Turning the power on
Press X to turn on power to the unit.
This unit is turned on and the operation
button on top lights.
Setting the current time (Auto Adjust) (24Hour Display)
When this unit is connected to the network, the current time is
automatically set.
•The default time zone of this unit is set to Western European
Standard Time.
To change the Time Zone and Summer Time, see “Adjusting the
clock automatically (Auto Adjust)” (vpage 23).
•When this unit is not connected to the network, set the time
manually. See “Setting the current time (Manual Adjust) (24-Hour
Display)” (vpage 24).
Operations possible during
playback
Selecting the input source
You can select the device for which this unit outputs the audio that is
connected to this unit.
Press
.
Operations
Preparations
Preparations
•The input source is switched each time the button is pressed.
iDevicez
AUXz
Preset 1
USB
Preset 2
Preset 3
Adjusting the master volume
Press + or –.
The volume level is displayed.
nnWhen power is switched to standby
GAdjustable rangeH 0 – 50
Press X.
•The operation button on top lights off and this unit enters the
standby mode.
nnCompletely turning off the power
Power continues to be supplied to some of the circuitry even when
the power is in the standby mode. When leaving home for long
periods of time, unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
NOTE
The settings made for the various functions may be cleared if the
power cord is left unplugged from a power outlet for an extended
period of time.
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Informations
zzThese items are displayed if a relevant device is connected
to this unit.
You can also switch the power to standby by pressing ON/STANDBY
on the main unit.
Preparations
Playback
Operations possible during playback
When you press LOUDNESS to the “On” (h) state, bass and treble
sounds, which are hard to hear at a low volume level, are enhanced for
a more natural audio quality.
Press LOUDNESS on the main unit.
AC IN
USB
5V 0.5A
NETWORK
AUX IN
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
Playing an iOS device
With this unit, you can listen to music on an iOS device. It is also
possible to operate the iOS device from the main unit or remote
control.
For information on the iOS device models that can be played back with
this unit, see “Connecting an iOS device” (vpage 6).
Load the iOS device onto the Dock of this unit
(vpage 6 “Connecting an iOS device”).
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
WPS
Last function memory
nnStreaming music stored in iPhone, iPod touch or
iPad directly to the unit (vpage 15)
nnPlaying iTunes music with this unit
(vpage 15)
nnRemote control and iOS device button relations
Remote control
buttons
iOS device
buttons
13
13
8, 9
8, 9
(Press and release)
8, 9
(Press and hold)
14
(Press and
release)
8, 9
(Press and hold)
Operation on this unit
Play the track / Pause the track.
Play the track from the beginning/
Play the next track.
Fast-reverse the track/
Fast-forward the track.
Informations
This function stores the settings which were made before going into
the standby mode.
When the power is turned back on, the settings are restored.
NOTE
This function is activated around 30 seconds after the power is turned
on.
NOTE
•Depending on the type of iOS device and the software version,
some functions may not operate.
•Note that DENON will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any
problems arising with the data on an iOS device when using this unit
in conjunction with the iOS device.
Operations
Various memory functions
1 Press X to set the standby mode.
the iOS device from the
2 Remove
Dock of this unit.
When the iOS device is loaded to the dock tray on this unit, the input
source automatically switches to “iDevice”.
•During AirPlay, the input source does not switch automatically.
to switch the input source to “iDevice”.
Press
•Press the button again to the “Off” (j) state to return to the
original audio quality.
nnDisconnecting the iOS device
Preparations
Adjusting the tone (LOUDNESS)
AirPlay function
zzAvailable as a free download from the App Store.
NOTE
nnStreaming music stored in iPhone, iPod touch or
iPad directly to the unit
1
Make the Wi-Fi settings for iPhone, iPod touch or
iPad.
nnPlaying iTunes music with this unit
iTunes 10, or later, on a Mac or Windows PC
1 Install
that is connected to the same network as this unit.
2 Turn this unit ON.
Launch iTunes and click the AirPlay icon
3 displayed
in the lower right of the window and select
this unit from the list.
Selecting multiple speakers (devices)
It is possible to play iTunes songs on your home’s AirPlay compatible
speakers (devices) other than those of this unit.
Click the AirPlay icon
and select “Multiple
1 Speakers”
from the list.
2 Check the speakers you want to use.
Multiple Speakers
Operations
•Before using the AirPlay function, this unit must be connected to the
network. For how to connect this unit to the network, see “Network
connections and settings” (vpage 8).
•To use the AirPlay function, you must update iPhone, iPod touch or
iPad to iOS 4.2.1 or higher.
NOTE
When the AirPlay function is used, this unit plays back at the volume
level set on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or iTunes.
First minimize the volume level on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or iTunes
before playback. Then, start playback and adjust the volume to the
desired level.
Preparations
Enjoy music from your iTunes library with high quality sound anywhere
in your home.
Use the Apple Remote appz for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to control
iTunes from any room in your home.
Master Volume
My Computer
This Computer
Cocoon 1
AirPlay Device
•For details, see your device’s manual.
is displayed on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad screen.
3 Tap the AirPlay icon .
4 Select the speaker you want to use.
4 Choose a song and click play in iTunes.
The music will stream to this unit.
Cocoon 1
Cancel
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Informations
2
v See overleaf
Startup iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad music or iPod
app.
AirPlay function
With this unit’s remote control unit, you can perform iTunes song
play, pause, and auto search (cue) operations.
Operations
1 Select “Edit” – “Preferences...” on the menu.
2 Select “Devices” in the iTunes setting window.
“Allow iTunes control from remote speakers”,
3 Check
and then click “OK”.
•Source input will be switched to “AirPlay” when AirPlay playback
is started.
•You can stop AirPlay playback by choosing other input source.
•For information about how to use iTunes, also see the Help for
iTunes.
•The screen may differ depending on the OS and software versions.
Devices
General
Playback
Sharing
Store
Parental
Devices
Preparations
nnPerform iTunes playback operations with the
remote control unit of this unit
Advanced
Device backups:
Informations
Delete Backup ...
Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically
Warn when
more than 5%
of the data on this computer will be changed
Allow iTunes control from remote speakers
Forget All Remotes
iTunes is not paired with any Remotes
Reset Sync History
?
OK
Cancel
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Listening to internet radio
NOTE
Before playing back the Internet radio, this unit must be connected
to the network. For how to connect this unit to the network, see
“Network connections and settings” (vpage 8).
Important information
GPlayable broadcast station typesH
Supported file types
Internet radio
1
Prepare for playback.
qCheck the network environment, then turn on this unit’s
power (vpage 8 “Network connections and settings”).
w If settings are required, make the “Network connections and
settings” (vpage 8).
e If settings are required, make the “Setting the current time
(Auto Adjust) (24-Hour Display)” (vpage 13).
Press
to switch the input
2 source
to “Preset 1”, “Preset 2”
or “Preset 3”.
•There are many Internet radio stations on the Internet, and the
quality of the programs they broadcast as well as the bit rate of the
tracks varies widely.
Generally, the higher the bit rate, the higher the sound quality, but
depending on the communication lines and server traffic, the music
or audio signals being streamed may be interrupted. Inversely, lower
bit rates mean a lower sound quality but less tendency for the sound
to be interrupted.
•“Server Full” or “Connection Down”is displayed if the station is
busy or not broadcasting.
•The Internet radio station name appears on the display of this unit.
NOTE
Playback starts.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
P
The radio station database service may be suspended without notice.
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
P
nnInternet radio operation buttons
GPlayable broadcast station specificationsH
•Use Cocoon App to change preset details.
Bit rate
Extension
WMA (Windows
Media Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
MP3 (MPEG-1
Audio Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
Function
Volume up / down
Mute On/Off
Switching the input source
X
17
Power on/standby
Informations
Sampling
frequency
Operation buttons
+, –
13
Operations
The broad cast station types and specifications supported by this unit
for playback are as follows.
Listening to preset Internet radio stations
Preparations
Internet radio refers to radio broadcasts distributed over the Internet.
Internet radio stations from around the world can be received.
Playing a USB memory device
GCompatible formatsH
Sampling frequency
Bit rate
Extension
Important information
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
•Only USB memory devices conforming to mass storage class and MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)
standards can be played on this unit.
•This unit is compatible with USB memory devices in “FAT16” or “FAT32” format.
•This unit is compatible with MP3 files conforming to “MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3” standards.
•File types that this unit can play back and specifications are shown below.
WAV
32/44.1/48 kHz
–
.wav
MPEG-4 AAC
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
32/44.1/48 kHz
–
.flac
nnMaximum Number of Playable Files and Forder
USB memory devices z1
The limits on the number of folders and files that can be displayed by this unit are as follows.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
Pz2
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
P
WAV
P
Item
MPEG-4 AAC
Pz3
Memory capacity
FAT16 : 2 GB, FAT32 : 2 TB
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
P
Number of folders
FAT16 or FAT32 format 500
Number of files z
5000
Media
zz The allowable number of files may differ according to the USB memory device capacity and the file size.
nnFolder playback sequence
You can only play back files stored in the top level folder (root).
If the number of files stored in a USB memory device exceeds 1,000, the access speed may become
slower.
NOTE
File types that this unit does not support are not displayed.
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Informations
z1 USB memory device
•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
•If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 ×
349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be played back properly.
z2 Copyright-protected files can be played on certain portable players compatible with MTP.
z3 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected. Also, files encoded in
WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer may be copyright protected, depending on
the computer’s settings.
USB memory devices
Operations
GSupported file typesH
Supported file types
Preparations
A USB memory device can be connected to the USB port of this unit to play music files stored on the USB
memory device.
Playing a USB memory device
1
Press
to switch
2 source
to “USB”.
Connect the USB memory device to the USB port
(vpage 5 “Connecting a USB memory device”).
the input
Playback starts.
Removing the USB memory device
1 Press X to set the standby mode.
that the communication
2 Check
indicator on the USB memory
device is not flashing, then pull
out the USB memory device.
NOTE
•Note that DENON will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any
problems arising with the data on a USB memory device when using
this unit in conjunction with the USB memory device.
•USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
•It is not possible to connect and use a computer via the USB port of
this unit using a USB cable.
•Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory
device. This may cause radio interference with other devices.
unit
nnUSB memory device operation buttons
Operation buttons
+, –
8 9
13
Function
Volume up / down
Auto search (cue)
Playback / Pause
Switching the input source
X
Power on/standby
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Informations
•If the USB memory device is divided into multiple partitions, only the
top partition can be selected.
•This unit is compatible with MP3 files conforming to “MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3” standards.
•DENON does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will
operate or receive power. When using a portable USB connection
type HDD of the kind to which an AC adapter can be connected to
supply power, use the AC adapter.
the portable player to this
1 Connect
(vpage 5 “Connecting a portable player”).
X to turn on power to the
2 Press
main unit.
to switch the input
3 Press
source to “AUX”.
the component connected to
4 Play
this unit.
Operations
NOTE
Do not remove the USB memory device from the unit when the USB
memory communication indicator is flashing. Doing so may damage
the USB memory device, or may corrupt the files recorded on the USB
memory device.
Playing a portable player
The following describes the procedure for playing portable player.
Preparations
Playing files stored on USB memory
devices
Playing back files stored on PC or NAS with Cocoon App (Music Server)
NOTE
•Before playing back music files on music servers, this unit must be
connected to the network. For how to connect this unit to the network,
see “Connecting to a home network (LAN)” (vpage 7).
Applying media sharing settings
Here, we apply the settings to share music files stored on a PC and
NAS on the network.
nnSharing media stored in PC
If you are using a media server, be sure to apply this setting first.
PC’s “Control Panel”, select “Network
1 Inand theInternet”
- “Choose homegroup and sharing
options”.
the “Stream my pictures, music, and videos
2 Select
to all devices on my home network” check box and
select “Choose media streaming options”.
1 Start up Windows Media Player 11 on the PC.
2 Select “Media Sharing” in the “Library”.
the “Share my media” check box, select
3 Click
“Cocoon 1”, and then click “Allow”.
3, select the icon of the device
4 As(otheryouPCsdidandin step
mobile devices) you want to use as a
media controller, and then click “Allow”.
“Allowed” in the drop-down list for “Cocoon
3 Select
1”.
5 Click “OK” to finish.
“Allowed” in the drop-down list for “Media
Sharing media stored in NAS
4 Select
programs on this PC and remote connections...”.
5 Click “OK” to finish.
Change settings on the NAS to allow this unit and other devices (PCs
and mobile devices) used as media controllers to access the NAS. For
details, see the owner’s manual that came with the NAS.
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Informations
•While this unit is operated by a media control device, “Music Server”
appears on the display of this unit.
•When selecting this unit from the media control device, the name of
this unit is displayed as its friendly name.
•To check the friendly name, see “Checking the network information”
(vpage 25).
NOTE
Perform this procedure after changing the control panel display to
“Category”.
Settings for playing back with Windows Media
Player 11
Operations
For playable file formats and restrictions, see“Important information”
(vpage 21).
Settings for playing back with Windows Media
Player 12 (Windows 7)
Preparations
This unit can play back music files and playlists (m3u, wpl) stored on
a PC, Digital Media Server (DMS) and on Network Attached Storage
(NAS) that supports DLNA.
Playing back files stored on PC or NAS with Cocoon App (Music Server)
About playback
•When using a server that supports transcoding such as Windows
Media Player (version 11 or higher), you can play back WMA
Lossless files.
•Depending on the played back file, the track name or artist name
may not be displayed.
Music Server z1
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
P
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
P
WAV
P
MPEG-4 AAC
Pz2
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
P
A server or server software compatible with distribution in the corresponding formats is required to play
music files via a network.
z1 Music Server
•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
z2 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected. Also, files encoded in
WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer may be copyright protected, depending on
the computer’s settings.
NOTE
File types that this unit does not support are not displayed.
nnMusic Server operation buttons
Operation buttons
+, –
13
Function
Volume up / down
Mute On/Off
Switching the input source
X
GSpecifications of supported filesH
Sampling frequency
Bit rate
Extension
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
WAV
32/44.1/48 kHz
–
.wav
MPEG-4 AAC
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
32/44.1/48 kHz
–
.flac
Power on/standby
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Informations
NOTE
The music display order depends on the specifications of your PC,
NAS, or DMS.
GSupported file typesH
Supported file types
Operations
When you start playback on PC, NAS, or DMS, the input source for
this unit automatically switches to “Music Server”, and audio is output
from this unit.
The name of the currently played back track and its artist name appear
on the display of this unit.
When this unit is operating, you can perform operations such as
playing back and stopping files through DMC operations. You can also
adjust or mute the volume.
Pressing
while this unit is playing back stops the playback on this
unit and switches to “Preset 1”.
•The network audio playback function of this unit connects to the server using technologies shown below.
•Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service
•File types that this unit can play back and specifications are shown below.
Preparations
Important information
Menu map
Setting items
Language
Language
Clock
Max Vol Level
Max Vol Level
Network Info.
WPS
WPS(PIN)
Firmware Update
Firmware Update
Factory Reset
Factory Reset
Exit
Exit
Page
23
Sets the language for display the menu.
23
Time Zone(+12H)
Summer Time(Off)
Automatically performs the clock setting from the time information on
the Internet.
Sets your local time zone (for Auto Adjust).
Sets the Summer Time information (for Auto Adjust).
Auto Adjust Now
Obtains the current time.
24
Manual Adjust
Adjusts the clock manually.
24
Auto Adjust(On)
23
24
25
Make a setting for maximum volume.
Display network information.
Friendly Name / DHCP=On or Off / IP Address / Primary DNS /
Secondary DNS / MAC Address
25
25
Sets the wireless connection using WPS (PIN code method).
26
Starts the firmware update.
Reset to the defaults.
–
–
To exit the menu, select “Exit”.
22
Menu operation
NOTE
Use buttons on this unit for menu operations. Buttons on the remote
control do not work.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Menu
Language
•The selected item appears on the display.
2 Press + or – to select the menu to be set.
3 Press 13 to enter the setting.
•To return to the previous item, use + or – to select “Exit”, and
press 13.
•To exit the menu, select “Exit” in the top menu, and press 13.
The menu disappears.
Informations
Network Info.
Description
Operations
Clock
Detailed items
Preparations
How to make detailed settings
Setting the language (Language)
Setting the clock (Clock)
You can automatically adjust the clock of this unit using the Internet.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
English
/
/
Français
/
Español
Svenska
/ Nederlands /
РУССКИЙ
/
(EXIT)
The top menu is displayed again.
/
Italiano
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
/
Language
Use the following procedure to select your local standard time (time
zone).
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
Language
2 Press + or – to select “Clock”, then press 13.
Press + or – to select “Time Zone(+1H)”, then press
3 13.
“Auto Adjust(On)” is displayed.
“+1H(Central European Time)” is displayed.
The “Clock” menu is displayed again.
On
Automatically adjust the clock.
Off
Does not automatically adjust the clock.
5 Press 13 to enter the setting
The “Clock” menu is displayed again.
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Informations
2 Press + or – to select “Clock”, then press 13.
+ or – to select “Auto Adjust(On)”, then press
+ or – to select your local standard time (time
3 Press
13.
4 Press
zone) in your lives, then press 13.
4 Press + or – to select “On” or “Off”.
The operation to receive the current time starts.
Operations
13, then press + or – to select the language
2 Press
you want to set.
3 Press 13 to enter the setting
Adjusting the clock automatically (Auto
Adjust)
Use the following procedure to automatically adjust the clock.
Language
Deutsch
To use this function, the unit must be connected to the Internet.
Setting the Time Zone
(Time Zone)
Preparations
Sets the language for display the menu.
•The factory default setting is “English”.
Setting the clock (Clock)
Setting the current time
(Auto Adjust Now)
Setting the current time (Manual Adjust)
(24-Hour Display)
Use the following procedure to set Summer time if the Summer time
system is used in your country.
When the unit is connected to the Internet, the current time is set
automatically.
When the unit is not connected to the Internet, set the current time
manually.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
Language
Menu
Language
2 Press + or – to select “Clock”, then press 13.
2 Press + or – to select “Clock”, then press 13.
2 Press + or – to select “Clock”, then press 13.
+ or – to select “Summer Time(Off)”, then
+ or – to select “Auto Adjust Now”, then press
+ or – to select “Manual Adjust”, then press
3 Press
3 Press
3 Press
press 13.
13.
13.
+ or – to select “Off(0H)” or “On(+1H)”, then
4 Press
4 Press + or – to set the “hours”, then press 13.
press 13.
5 Press + or – to set the “minutes”, then press 13.
“Auto Adjust(On)” is displayed.
“Auto Adjust(On)” is displayed.
Operations
Language
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Preparations
Setting the Summer Time
(Summer Time)
“Auto Adjust(On)” is displayed.
The operation to receive the current time starts.
The current time is set.
If you use “Manual Adjust” to set the time, “Auto Adjust” is set to
“Off”.
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Informations
The “Clock” menu is displayed again.
•The current time is displayed for several seconds when it is
received successfully.
•If the current time is not received successfully, “Connection
Failed” appears.
Make a setting for maximum volume.
•The factory default setting is “50”.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Setting the network (Network Info.)
Checking the network information
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Menu
Language
“Max Volume” menu appears.
+ or – to select the volume “0 – 50”, then press
3 Press
13.
Before turning this unit on, make sure that an Ethernet cable is not
connected to this unit. If a cable is connected, have this unit enter the
power standby mode and disconnect the cable.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
+ or – to select “Network Info.”, then press
2 Press
13.
2 Press + or – to select “WPS(PIN)”, then press 13.
Press + or – to select the item you want to check.
3
+ or – to select the access point whose PIN code
3 Press
you want to display, and press 13.
“Searching” is displayed, and the access point you have set is
displayed.
Operations
Press + or – to select “Max Vol Level”, then press
2 13.
Use this procedure to configure the wireless LAN settings.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Menu
Language
WPS Settings (PIN code method)
Preparations
Setting the volume limit
(Max Vol Level)
•Select “Exit” and press 13 to return to the top menu.
PIN code number is displayed.
The top menu is displayed again.
When connection is established with access point, “Succeeded”
is displayed.
•For how to register the PIN code, see the owner’s manual of your
router with access point.
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Informations
4 Set this PIN code to the register.
Setting the network (Network Info.)
•In order to update the firmware, the environment and settings
required for connecting to broadband internet are needed
(vpage 8)
•Perform the firmware update operation after at least 2 minutes has
elapsed since turning this unit’s power ON.
1
Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on the
display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
Check for Update
•Do not turn off the power until updating or upgrading is completed.
•Even with a broadband connection to the Internet, approximately
20 minutes is required for the updating procedure to be
completed.
•Once updating starts, normal operations on this unit cannot be
performed until updating is completed. Furthermore, updating
the firmware may reset the backup data for the parameters, etc.
set for this unit.
•If the update fails, remove and re-insert the power cord. “Update
Retry” appears on the display and update restarts from the point
at which update failed. If the error continues despite this, check
the network environment.
the power plug into the
1 Insert
power outlet and press X.
“Always Display Clock?” is displayed.
+ or – to select “Yes” or
2 Press
“No”, then press 13.
Check for firmware updates.
Yes
(Auto Satandby Off)
The unit does not go into standby automatically.
No
(Auto Satandby On)
The unit goes into standby after 30 minutes.
NOTE
In the following situations, the Auto standby function does not operate.
•When iPod, iPhone or iPad is connected to the Dock connector on
this unit.
•When the input source is “AUX” and a devices connected to the
AUX IN jack.
•When the input source being played is “Internet Radio”or “Music
Server”.
•If updating fails, the set automatically retries, but if updating is still
not possible, one of the messages shown below is displayed. If
the display reads as shown below, check the settings and network
environment, then update again.
Description
Updating failed.
Failure to log into server.
Server is busy. Wait a while then try again.
Failure in connecting to server.
Downloading of the firmware has failed.
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Informations
Determines whether to update or not.
Use + or – to select the item, and press 13.
•Yes: Performs update.
•No: Does not perform update.
Display
Updating fail
Login failed
Server is busy
Connection fail
Download fail
With the Auto Standby ON, this unit will automatically enter the
standby mode after about 30 continuous minutes of stop mode with
no operation.
•The default setting for the Auto Standby mode is “On”.
See the DENON website for details about updates.
Use + or – to select the item, and press 13.
•Up to Date: It is already the latest firmware.
•Available Yes: Updates to the latest firmware.
•Available No: Does not update to the latest firmware.
Start
Auto standby
Operations
2
+ or – to select “Check for Update” or “Start”,
3 Press
then press 13.
Press + or – to select “Firmware Update”, then press
13.
nnNotes concerning use of “Firmware Update”
Preparations
Firmware Update
Informations
Here, we list various information related to this unit.
Please refer to this information as needed.
F Other information vpage 30
Operations
F Part names and functions vpage 28
Preparations
Informations
F Troubleshooting vpage 33
F Specifications vpage 36
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Informations
F Index vpage 37
Front panel
Preparations
Part names and functions
Rear panel
See the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
AC IN
r
t
w
e
NETWORK
r
qSecurity slot
y
You can attach a security cable to deter theft.
Use a security cable that is compatible with this
unit. For details, contact your dealer.
NOTE
wAC inlet (AC IN)·············································· (5)
eUSB port························································· (5)
q
w
e
qDisplay
GWireless LAN signal strengthH
: Strong
: Medium
: Weak
wRemote control sensor································· (3)
eDock································································ (6)
rInput source select button ( )·················· (13)
tPlay/Pause button (13)················· (14, 22, 35)
yVolume control buttons
(+, – )················································· (13, 22, 35)
: Not connected
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NETLINK
WPS
t
y
u
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
i
o
Q0
rNetwork connector (NETWORK)··············· (10)
tAUX IN jack···················································· (5)
yNETLINK button·········································· (11)
uWPS button···················································· (9)
iLOUDNESS button······································ (14)
oPower operation button
(ON/STANDBY)··········································· (13)
Turns power to this unit on and off (standby).
Q0Reset hole···················································· (35)
Informations
Security cables have deterrent effects, but do
not completely prevent theft or misuse of this
unit.
WIRELESS LAN
AUX IN
Operations
q
USB
5V 0.5A
Remote control unit
t
q
w
t
qSkip buttons (8, 9)···························· (14)
wPlay/Pause button (13)······················· (14, 19)
eInput source select button ( )·················· (13)
rPower operation button (X)······················· (13)
tVolume control buttons (+, – )··················· (13)
Operations
q
Preparations
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
e
Informations
r
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nn Trademark information (vpage 30)
nn Explanation of terms (vpage 31)
Trademark information
This product uses the following technologies (Random order):
Informations
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Operations
“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, the AirPlay logo, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano,
iPod shuffle and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
•Individual users are permitted to use iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod
classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch for private copy
and playback of non-copyrighted contents and contents whose
copy and playback is permitted by law. Copyright infringement is
prohibited by law.
Preparations
Other information
Explanation of terms
Copyright (C) 2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,200
6,2007,2008,2009 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.
•Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/
or other materials provided with the distribution.
•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor
the names of its contributors may be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS
IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED
AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER
IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
M
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
This is an internationally standardized audio data
compression scheme, using the “MPEG-1” video
compression standard. It compresses the data
volume to about one eleventh its original size while
maintaining sound quality equivalent to a music CD.
MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group),
MPEG-2, MPEG-4
These are the names for digital compression format
standards used for the encoding of video and audio.
Video standards include “MPEG-1 Video”, “MPEG2 Video”, “MPEG-4 Visual”, “MPEG-4 AVC”. Audio
standards include “MPEG-1 Audio”, “MPEG-2
Audio”, “MPEG-4 AAC”.
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N
Network Names
(SSID: Security Set Identifier)
When forming wireless LAN networks, groups are
formed to prevent interference, data theft, etc.
This grouping is done by “SSID” or “Security Set
Identifiers”. For further security, a WEP key is set
and signal transfer is not possible unless the SSID
and WEP key match.
P
Protection Circuit
This is a function to prevent damage to devices
within the power supply when an abnormality
such as an overload, excess voltage occurs or
temperature for any reason.
In this unit, the power indicator blinks and the unit
enters standby mode when an abnormality occurs.
S
Sampling frequency
Sampling involves taking a reading of a sound wave
(analog signal) at regular intervals and expressing
the height of the wave at each reading in digitized
format (producing a digital signal).
The number of readings taken in one second is
called the “sampling frequency”. The larger the
value, the closer the reproduced sound is to the
original.
T
TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol)
This is a network key used for WPA. The encryption
algorithm is RC4, the same as for WEP, but the
security level is increased by changing the network
key used for encryption for each packet.
Informations
D
DLNA
DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIED are trademarks and/
or service marks of Digital Living Network Alliance.
Some contents may not be compatible with other
DLNA CERTIFIED™ products.
I
IEEE 802.11b
This is one wireless LAN standard set by the 802
working group that establishes LAN technology
standards at the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers) of the United States. It
uses the 2.4 GHz band usable freely without
a radio frequency license (ISM band), enabling
communications at a maximum speed of 11 Mbps.
•The value indicated above is the maximum
theoretical value for the wireless LAN standard,
and does not indicate the actual data transfer rate.
IEEE 802.11g
This is another wireless LAN standard set by the
802 working group that establishes LAN technology
standards at the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers) of the United States, and
is compatible with IEEE 802.11b. It also uses the
2.4 GHz band, but enables communications at a
maximum speed of 54 Mbps.
•The value indicated above is the maximum
theoretical value for the wireless LAN standard,
and does not indicate the actual data transfer rate.
iTunes
iTunes is the name of the multimedia player
provided by Apple Inc. It enables management
and playback of multimedia contents including
music and movies. iTunes supports many main file
formats including AAC, WAV, and MP3.
Operations
B
Bit rate
This expresses the read amount per 1 second of
video/audio data recorded in a disc. A larger number
means higher sound quality, but also means a larger
file size.
F
FLAC
FLAC stands for Free lossless Audio Codec, and is a
lossless free audio file format. Lossless means that
the audio is compressed without any loss in quality.
The FLAC license is as shown below.
Preparations
A
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard)
This is a next generation standard encryption
method replacing the current DES and 3DES, and
because of its high security it is expected to be
applied widely to wireless LANs in the future. It
uses the “Rijndael” algorithm developed by two
Belgian cryptographers to divide the data into
blocks of fixed lengths and encrypt each block.
It supports data lengths of 128, 192 and 256 bits
and key lengths of 128, 192 and 256 bits as well,
offering extremely high encryption security.
AirPlay
AirPlay sends (plays) contents recorded in iTunes
or on an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad to a compatible
device via the network.
App Store
App Store is a site that sells application software
for such devices as the iPhone or iPod Touch, and
is operated by Apple Inc.
Explanation of terms
Operations
Informations
W
WEP Key (Network Key)
This is key information used for encrypting data
when conducting data transfer. On this unit, the
same WEP key is used for data encryption and
decryption, so the same WEP key must be set on
both devices in order for communications to be
established between them.
Wi-Fi®
Wi-Fi Certification assures tested and proven
interoperability by the Wi-Fi Alliance, a group
certifying interoperability among wireless LAN
devices.
WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
This is a security standard established by the Wi-Fi
Alliance. In addition to the conventional SSID
(network name) and WEP key (network key), it also
uses a user identification function and encrypting
protocol for stronger security.
WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2)
This is a new version of the WPA established by the
Wi-Fi Alliance, compatible with more secure AES
encryption.
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (Pre-shared Key)
This is a simple authentication system for mutual
authentication when a preset character string
matches on the wireless LAN access point and
client.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
This is a standard drawn up by the Wi-Fi Alliance
to ease the task of setting up wireless LAN
connections and configuring security.
There are two methods: push-button and PIN
(Personal Identification Number) code.
Preparations
V
vTuner
This is a free online content server for Internet
radio. Note that usage fees are included in upgrade
costs.
For inquiries about this service, visit the vTuner site
below.
vTuner website: http://www.radiodenon.com
This product is protected by certain intellectual
property rights of Nothing Else Matters Software
and BridgeCo. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without a
license from Nothing Else Matters Software and
BridgeCo or an authorized subsidiary.
Windows Media DRM
This is a copyright protection technology developed
by Microsoft.
Content providers are using the digital rights
management technology for Windows Media
contained in this device (WM-DRM) to protect
the integrity of their content (Secure Content) so
that their intellectual property, including copyright,
in such content is not misappropriated. This
device uses WM-DRM software to play Secure
Content (WM-DRM Software). If the security of
the WM-DRM Software in this device has been
compromised, owners of Secure Content (Secure
Content Owners) may request that Microsoft
revoke the WM-DRM Software’s right to acquire
new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure
Content. Revocation does not alter the WM-DRM
Software’s ability to play unprotected content.
A list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to
your device whenever you download a license for
Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC.
Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license,
also download revocation list onto your device on
behalf of Secure Content Owners.
Windows Media Player Ver.11 or later
This is a media player distributed free of charge by
Microsoft Corporation.
It can play playlists created with Ver.11 or later of
Windows Media Player, as well as WMA, DRM
WMA, WAV, and other files.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
This is audio compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation.
WMA data can be encoded using Windows
Media® Player Ver.7, 7.1, Windows Media® Player
for Windows® XP and Windows Media® Player 9
Series.
To encode WMA files, only use applications
authorized by Microsoft Corporation. If you use
an unauthorized application, the file may not work
properly.
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If a problem should arise, first check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner’s manual?
3. Are the other devices operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the items listed in the table below. Should the problem persist,
there may be a malfunction.
In this case, disconnect the power immediately and contact your store of purchase.
GiPod / USB memory device / Internet radio / Music Server H
Symptom
The file names
are not displayed
properly (“...”, etc.).
–
Page
5
The operation
•The protection circuit has been activated by a rise in the humidity
buttons on the upper
inside the unit. Please turn off power once, and re-apply the power
part of this unit flash
after the temperature has fallen sufficiently.
white approximately •Please re-install this unit in a place having good ventilation.
every 2 seconds.
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The operation
•This unit amplifier circuit has failed. Turn off the power and please
buttons on the upper
contact the DENON service adviser.
part of this unit flash
white approximately
every 0.5 seconds.
–
Set does not operate •Reset the microprocessor.
properly.
When a USB
•The set cannot recognize a USB memory device. Check the
memory device is
connection.
connected, “USB” is •This unit supports mass storage class and MTP-compatible USB
not displayed on the
memory devices. It will not recognize other USB memory devices.
menu.
•A USB memory device that the set cannot recognize is connected.
This is not a malfunction. DENON does not guarantee that all USB
memory devices will operate or receive power.
•USB memory device is connected via USB hub. Connect the USB
memory device directly to the USB port.
•The unit supports file structures with up to 8 levels and a total
maximum of 5000 subfolders and files per 1 folder. Change the
file structure of the USB memory device if necessary.
–
Files on a USB
memory device
cannot be played.
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GAudioH
Symptom
Audio is not output.
Cause/Solution
Page
•Check the connections for all devices.
•Check whether the audio device power is turned on.
•Adjust the master volume.
•Check the connection with the playback device and select the
proper input source.
5, 6, 9, 10
–
13
13
•The USB memory device format should be set to FAT16 or
FAT32. For details, refer to the USB memory device’s operating
instructions.
•If the USB memory device is divided into multiple partitions, only
files in partition one can be played.
•Files are stored in a non-compatible format. Record the files in a
compatible format.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files
that are copyright protected cannot be played on this unit.
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5
–
–
–
18
–
–
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18
v See overleaf
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Informations
Cause/Solution
•Check whether the power plug is correctly inserted into the power
outlet.
•Characters that cannot be displayed are used. This is not a
malfunction. On this unit, characters that cannot be displayed are
replaced with a “.” (period).
•The USB cable connecting the USB memory device and the unit
uses incompatible tags. Use USB memory devices with tags
supported by the unit.
Operations
Symptom
Page
6
GGeneralH
Power does not turn
on.
Cause/Solution
iOS device cannot be •Some iOS devices do not support being used connected directly
played.
to the Dock connector.
Preparations
Troubleshooting
Internet radio cannot
be played.
•Ethernet cable is not properly connected or network is
disconnected. Check the connection status.
•Program is being broadcast in non-compatible format. Only
Internet radio programs in MP3 and WMA can be played on this
unit.
•The firewall of the PC or router has been activated. Check the
firewall settings of the connected PC or router.
•Radio station is not currently broadcasting. Choose a radio station
that is currently broadcasting.
•IP address is wrong. Check the set’s IP address.
•Some radio stations may go silent at certain times of the day. In
this case, no audio is output even when a station is received. Try
again later, or switch to another radio station.
9, 10
•Files are stored in a non-compatible format. Record in a compatible
format.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files
that are copyright protected cannot be played on this unit.
•Set and computer are connected by USB cable. The set’s USB
port cannot be used for connection to a computer.
•Media sharing settings are not correct. Change media sharing
settings so that the unit can access the folders on your computer.
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•If you use a NAS in conformity with the DLNA standard, enable
the DLNA server function in the NAS setting.
•If you use a NAS that does not conform with the DLNA standard,
play the music via a PC. Set Windows Media Player’s media
sharing function and add NAS to the selected play folder.
•If connection is restricted, set audio equipment as the connection
target.
–
Files stored on a
computer cannot be
played.
Music stored on
a NAS cannot be
played.
Server is not found,
or it is not possible
to connect to the
server.
•The computer’s or router’s firewall is activated. Check the
computer’s or router’s firewall settings.
•Computer’s power is not turned on. Turn on the power.
•Server is not running. Launch the server.
•Set’s IP address is wrong. Check the set’s IP address.
Cannot connect to
•Radio station is not currently broadcasting. Wait a while before
preset radio stations.
trying again.
•Radio station is not currently in service. It is not possible to
connect to radio stations that are no longer in service.
Symptom
17
–
–
25
–
Cause/Solution
For some radio
•Station is congested or not currently broadcasting. Wait a while
stations, “Radio
before trying again.
station server full” or
“Connection down”
is displayed and
station cannot be
connected to.
–
Sound is broken
during playback.
–
•Network or USB memory device’s signal transfer speed is slow
or communications lines or radio station is congested. This is not
a malfunction. When playing broadcast data with a high bit rate,
the sound may be broken, depending on the communications
conditions.
Sound quality is poor •File being played has a low bit rate. This is not a malfunction.
or noise is heard
during play.
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GAirPlayH
–
Symptom
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Cause/Solution
Page
The AirPlay icon
is not displayed
in iTunes or on the
iPhone/iPod touch/
iPad.
•This unit and the computer or iPhone/iPod touch/iPad are not
connected to the same network (LAN). Connect the computer or
iPhone/iPod touch/iPad to the same network as this unit.
•iTunes or the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad do not have firmware that
supports AirPlay installed. Update to the latest firmware.
9, 10
No sound.
•The volume in iTunes or on the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad is set to
the minimum setting. Adjust the volume to the optimum level.
•This unit is not selected in the screen that is displayed when
iTunes or the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad is started. Start iTunes or
in
switch on the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, click the AirPlay icon
the displayed screen, and select this unit.
•AirPlay playback has not started. Click the 1 button in iTunes or
press the 1 button on the iPhone/iPod touch/iPod.
–
–
–
–
–
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When using AirPlay
with the iPhone/
iPod touch, the
sound suffers from
intermittent breaks
or AirPlay does not
function.
–
–
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•Quit the application running in the background of the iPhone/iPod
touch, and then play using AirPlay.
•When playing via a wireless connection, outside conditions may
affect the unit. To remedy this, change the network environment,
e.g. shorten the distance to the wireless LAN access point.
•Update the iPhone/iPod touch application or iTunes to the latest
version.
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15
–
–
–
–
Informations
Page
Operations
Cause/Solution
Preparations
Symptom
GRemote control unitH
Symptom
•Batteries are worn out. Replace with new batteries.
•Operate the remote control unit within a distance of about
7 m from this unit and at an angle of within 30°.
•Remove any obstacle between this unit and the remote control
unit.
•Insert the batteries in the proper direction, checking the q and
w marks.
•The set’s remote control sensor is exposed to strong light (direct
sunlight, inverter type fluorescent bulb light, etc.). Move the set
to a place in which the remote control sensor will not be exposed
to strong light.
3
3
Resetting the microprocessor
When the microprocessor is reset, all the settings are reset to their default values.
1 Press + and – at the same time.
Turns on the menu settings mode and the menu appears on
the display (vpage 22 “Menu map”).
3
+ or – to select “Factory Reset”, then press
2 Press
13.
Press + or – to select “Reset? Yes”, then press
3 13.
3
3
“Initialized” is displayed and the default settings are
restored.
Operations
Page
Preparations
The set cannot be
operated with the
remote control unit.
Cause/Solution
If “Initialized” does not display in step 3, start over from step 1.
How to reset
When the power of this unit is on, insert a thin stick
(z2) into the reset hole (z1), and
press
the reset
AC IN
USB
NETWORK
5V 0.5A
AUX IN
button within this unit.
WIRELESS LAN
NETLINK
LOUDNESS ON/STANDBY
WPS
This unit automatically restarts.
•Prepare a thin stick (such as a toothpick and straightened paper
clip) for pressing the reset button within this unit.
zz1 Thickness (dia.): 0.5 mm – 1.5 mm
zz2 Length: 30 mm or longer
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z1
Informations
“Reset” is an operation that restarts this unit.
Perform this procedure if the display is abnormal or if operations cannot be performed.
Preparations
Specifications
nn Audio section
•Amplifiers:
•Drivers:
4 x 25 W ClassD
2 x 40 mm Tweeter
2 x 100 mm Woofer
nn Clock
•Clock method
Within 1 – 2 minutes per month
nn Wireless LAN
Security:
Used frequency range:
No. of channels:
Conforming to IEEE 802.11b
Conforming to IEEE 802.11g (Conforming to Wi-Fi®)z
DS-SS: 11 / 5.5 / 1 Mbps (Automatic switching)
OFDM: 54 / 48 / 36 / 24 / 18 / 12 / 9 / 6 Mbps (Automatic switching)
SSID (Network name)
WEP key (network key) (64/128 bits)
WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES)
WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
2.412 MHz – 2.472 MHz
Conforming to IEEE 802.11b : 13ch (DS-SS) (Of which 1 channel used)
Conforming to IEEE 802.11g : 13ch (OFDM) (Of which 1 channel used)
Operations
Network type
(wireless LAN standards):
Transfer rate:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Informations
nn General
AC 100 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
50 W
0.5 W (Standby)
zzWi-Fi® conformity indicates tested and proven interoperability by the “Wi-Fi Alliance”, a group certifying
interoperability among wireless LAN devices.
For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Index
vvC
vvD
DHCP·································································· 10
Display································································· 28
DLNA····························································· 20, 31
vvF
Firmware Update················································ 26
FLAC······················································· 18, 21, 31
Front Panel·························································· 28
vvS
Sampling frequency·························· 17, 18, 21, 31
Security slot························································ 28
Selecting the input source·································· 13
Setting the current time······································ 13
Setting the volume limit
(Max Vol Level)···················································· 25
Summer Time····················································· 24
Supported iPod models········································· 6
vvL
Language····························································· 23
vvM
Manual Adjust····················································· 24
Max Vol Level······················································ 25
Menu map··························································· 22
Menu operation··················································· 22
MP3··················································· 17, 18, 21, 31
MPEG······················································ 18, 21, 31
vvT
Time Zone··························································· 23
TKIP····································································· 31
Trademark··························································· 30
Troubleshooting·················································· 33
Turning the power on·········································· 13
vvN
NETLINK······························································ 11
Network Info······················································· 25
Network Info.
Firmware Update·············································· 26
PIN code method·············································· 25
Network Names·················································· 31
vvV
vTuner································································· 32
vvW
WAV······························································ 18, 21
WEP Key····························································· 32
Wi-Fi···································································· 32
Windows Media DRM········································· 32
Windows Media Player································· 20, 32
WMA················································· 17, 18, 21, 32
WPA···································································· 32
WPA2·································································· 32
WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK·········································· 32
WPS·························································· 9, 25, 32
vvO
Operation Mode·················································· 14
vvP
Playback
AirPlay function················································· 15
FLAC··························································· 18, 21
Internet radio···················································· 17
iOS device························································ 14
MP3······················································ 17, 18, 21
MPEG-4 AAC·············································· 18, 21
Music server····················································· 20
NAS·································································· 20
PC····································································· 20
Portable player·················································· 19
USB memory device········································· 18
WAV··························································· 18, 21
WMA···················································· 17, 18, 21
Progressive························································· 31
Protection circuit················································· 31
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Informations
Cable
Ethernet cable·················································· 10
Power cord························································· 5
Stereo mini plug cable········································ 5
Clock
Auto Adjust······················································· 23
Auto Adjust Now·············································· 24
Manual Adjust··················································· 24
Summer Time··················································· 24
Time Zone························································· 23
Cocoon App··············································· 3, 17, 20
Condensation························································ 2
Connection
Home network (LAN)·········································· 7
iOS device·························································· 6
Portable player···················································· 5
Power cord························································· 5
USB memory device··········································· 5
Wired LAN························································ 10
Wireless LAN······················································ 9
vvI
IEEE 802.11b······················································· 31
IEEE 802.11g······················································· 31
Inputting characters············································ 25
iTunes···························································· 15, 31
Operations
vvB
Bit rate································································· 31
vvR
Rear panel··························································· 28
Remote control unit············································ 29
Inserting the batteries········································ 3
Resetting the microprocessor····························· 35
Preparations
vvA
Accessories··························································· 1
Adjusting the master volume······························ 13
Adjusting the tone··············································· 14
AES····································································· 31
AirPlay··························································· 15, 31
App Store·················································· 3, 15, 31
Auto Adjust························································· 23
Auto Adjust Now················································· 24
Auto standby······················································· 26
vvH
How to eject/store the Dock································· 6
How to reset······················································· 35
Dimensions
Preparations
236.0
Unit : mm
Operations
451.0
27.0
Informations
Weight : 5.4 kg
170.0
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