Pro-Ject Stream Box DS
Instruction manual
Pro-Ject Stream Box DS
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Contents
Connections.....................................................................4
Connection to an amplifier/stereo system...............................................4
Connection to an external D/A converter................................................4
Connection to your home network via cable...........................................4
Wireless connection to your home network.............................................4
USB connections..................................................................................5
Mains power connection.......................................................................5
Front Panel......................................................................6
Remote Control................................................................6
Stream Box DS setup........................................................8
Wired network configuration..................................................................8
Wireless network configuration (WLAN)..................................................9
Playing music from a media server.................................12
Displaying photos from a media server...........................13
Playing music from iPod or iPhone..................................14
Playing music from USB flashdisk or USB harddisk..........14
Playing internet radio stations.........................................14
Other settings................................................................16
Software update.............................................................17
Specifications.................................................................18
Supported audio formats.....................................................................18
Supported media servers.....................................................................18
Integrated Codecs..............................................................................19
Options for remote control over network..............................................19
Replacing the remote control battery..............................19
Service...........................................................................20
Warranty........................................................................20
Copyright.......................................................................20
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Pro-Ject Stream Box DS
Dear music lover, thank you for purchasing the PRO-JECT AUDIO Stream Box DS.
In order to achieve maximum performance and reliability you should study these instruction manual carefully.
Hazard warning for the user, the unit or possible misuse
Important notice
With the Stream Box DS you can fetch music tracks out of your home network and play it back with your stereo
system. This process is called “streaming”. The music is stored on a so called server in this case, which is
connected to the same home network as the Stream Box DS.
It is possible to configure just a normal PC as a server, so that it provides the network with all the music files
in its storage. Another type of server, the so called NAS (Network Attached Storage), works as an interface
between one or more large harddisks and the network. In many cases there’s a program integrated on this
NAS, that works as a server and makes media files for the net available. One common and widely used
program of this type is Twonky Media. The Stream Box DS is able to stream media files from servers, which
fulfil the DLNA/UPNP standard. How to install such a server and how to put media files on it isn’t a part of and
not described in this manual.
The names of the submenus you can reach from the item media server in the root menu can differ
dependent on the server program in use. In this manual the names of a typical server, Twonky Media, is used.
With different submenu names, e.g. because of a different server software, different settings, or other versions
of Twonky Media, the operation of the unit is still very similar to the procedures that are described here.
Connections
connector for WLAN antenna
USB 2
Ethernet
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Make all connections while the Stream Box DS is disconnected from the power supply. Take care to
connect the left and right channels correctly. The RCA socket for the right channel is marked red, the
RCA socket for the left channel is marked white.
Connection to an amplifier/stereo system
Connect the Left/Right Out socket via a RCA cable to a line input (such as AUX) on your amplifier.
Connection to an external D/A converter
Connect the Out S/PDIF socket to a coaxial digital input on the D/A converter or AV processor.
Connection to your home network via cable
Connect the Ethernet socket with your home network using a RJ45 cable.
Wireless connection to your home network
If a wired network connection isn’t possible or desired, the Stream Box DS is capable of connecting to the
home network via WLAN. Fasten the WLAN antenna to the connector near the upper left corner on the back
of the unit. The antenna should be angled into upright position or to one side.
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USB connections
Here you can connect USB harddisks or USB flashdisks. The Stream Box DS only works with harddisks and
flashdisks that are formatted with FAT 16 or FAT 32. NTFS disks are not supported.
You can also connect an iPod Touch (4. and up) and an iPhone (3G, 3GS, and 4).
Mains power connection
The unit is supplied with a power supply suitable for your country’s mains supply. Check the label before
connecting to ensure compliance with the mains rating in your house. Connect the low voltage plug from the
power supply to the Power 9V  socket before connecting the power supply to the mains.
It isn’t possible to disconnect the Stream Box DS completely from mains power by the power button. Therefore
it consumes a small amount of power even then, when it is switched into stand-by mode. If you are not going
to use the player for an extended period of time, e.g. vacation, we suggest to disconnect it from the AC mains.
Please make sure that the player is in standby-mode prior to unplugging the power supply from the AC mains.
Use the Stream Box DS only with the DC 9V/2A power supply it is delivered with.
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Front Panel
Stream Box DS
The button on the left side switches the unit on and back to standby. The LED above the button lights blue,
when the unit is switched on, and is off, when the unit is in standby. The USB connector on the right side has
the same specifications as the one on the back panel. The color display at the center of the front panel shows
the menus for operation and control. All function of the Stream Box DS are operated with the remote control.
Remote Control
switches the unit on and back to standby.
cross buttons for navigation in menus. With the  buttons you can scroll from item to item in a menu. With
the buttons  or OK you confirm your selection and you will jump to the next menu. If you are in a menu
with music tracks or Internet radio stations, a push on these buttons starts playback of the chosen title/station.
Then the display will show the symbol
in the upper right corner.
With the  button you jump back a menu level. If you move the selection mark from the last menu item with
the  button further down, the mark will jump up to the first menu item. If you move the selection mark from
the first menu item with the  button further up, the mark will jump down to the last menu item.
pauses playback. The following symbol is shown in the display:
. A second push starts the playback again.
stops playback. The menu (title, pictures, Internet radio station, or favorites) shown before playback start
comes up again.
With music playback from servers or USB: next track. With picture playback: next picture. With Internet radio:
next station in list. In menus, a push on this button moves the selection mark to the last menu item.
With music playback from servers or USB: previous track. With picture playback: previous picture. With
Internet radio: Previous station in list. In menus, a push on this button moves the selection mark to the first
menu item.
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switches from title/picture/Internet radio playback display to the menu the title/picture/Radio station was
started from. A second push switches back to the playback display. Even if you have navigated to a different
menu, the display changes back to playback. The audio will not be interrupted during display changes.
switches from title/picture/Internet radio playback display to the root menu (the menu the units shows after
switching it on). A second push switches back to the playback display. Even if you have navigated to a
different menu, the display changes back to playback. The audio playback will not be interrupted during
display changes.
With a push on this button the Stream Box DS plays music tracks in random order. For this it uses all tracks in
the menu the playback was started from. E.g. if you started the playback out of an album, all album tracks
will be played back in random order. If you started out of All Titles, the Stream Box DS plays all tracks on
the respective server in random order. With activated Shuffle, the display shows .
Repeated playback. After the first push on this button the unit repeats the title that actually is playing. The
display shows .After a second push on this button the unit repeats the complete playback list the track that
actually is playing was started from, e.g. a complete album. The display then shows .
Adds the title/Internet radio station that is actually playing to the list of
favorites. You can reach this list through the root menu.
If you are in the list of favorites, this function deletes the track/Internet
radio station that is selected.
mutes the audio output. This is helpful mainly with Internet radio stations, because it isn’t possible to pause
or stop their continuous program. With activated Mute the playback of music titles from media servers is
continued, only the audio is switched off. A second push on this button brings the audio back on again.
Alphanumeric keys. Used for searching Internet radio stations or to enter some settings. Their function is
similar to the respective keys of a mobile phone.
These keys have no function with the Stream Box DS, a volume control is not possible.
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Stream Box DS setup
If you want to use the network functions of the Stream Box DS, you have
to make some basic settings first. For that please navigate to Settings
in the root menu with the  buttons and confirm with the button OK.
In the next menu please navigate to Network and confirm with OK.
In the next menu please go to Network Setup and confirm with OK.
Wired network configuration
Make sure that your Stream box DS is connected with your home network
via Ethernet cable (RJ45 connector).
In the menu that shows up after confirming Network Setup please
go to Wired and confirm. If the Stream Box DS was in wireless network
mode before, the unit informs you now, that it has to reset for a change to
cable connection mode and asks, if you want it to do that. Please confirm
with OK. The Stream Box DS now performs a reset.
Please got to Automatic (DHCP) now and confirm.
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In the menu that now shows up, please select and confirm Proxy OFF.
Please confirm the final question “Apply Settings?” with OK. Now all
settings are made. Your Stream Box DS now will work without problems
in almost all home networks and will find all available media servers.
The units shows that with the symbol
in the upper right corner of the
display.
In case different settings are necessary in your network, e.g for a proxy
server or a fixed IP address, please ask the person that installed your
network for advice. Which settings are necessary in your other network
devices is not described in this manual.
Wireless network configuration (WLAN)
First make sure that the WLAN antenna delivered with the unit is connected to the back of the Stream Box DS
correctly.
Please select the menu Settings and then Network. Now go to
Wireless and confirm.
If the Stream Box DS was in wired network mode before, the unit informs
you, that it has to reset for a change to wireless connection mode and
asks, if you want it to do that. Please confirm with OK. The Stream Box
DS now performs a reset.
After the reset the Stream Box DS shows the WLAN configuration menu.
The symbol
in the upper right corner of the display shows that at least
one WLAN network is available.
Select and confirm Scan. Now the Stream Box DS performs a search for
locally available WLAN networks.
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After the search is finished, the display now shows all found networks,
in our example it is only one. Select your own home network. You can
find the name of your WLAN network in the setup menu of your network
router or ask the person, who installed your network. Confirm your
selection with OK.
In the next step you have to enter your WLAN encryption key. You can
find it in the setup menu of you network router or ask the person, who
installed your network. You can enter characters either by pushing
the  keys repeatedly, until the desired character is shown in the
lowest line. Or, as a more a more convenient and faster option, you
can employ the alphanumeric keys of the remote control. The use of
the alphanumeric keys is very similar to the respective keys of a mobile
phone, e.g. to write a SMS. All letters are printed on the remote control
above the numeric keys. You have to push the particular key several
times, until the desired character is displayed. First you will see the
lower case characters, then the respective cipher and finally the upper case characters. E.g. with the key 3 the
characters d, e, f, 3, D, E, F will be displayed successively. If you push the key again, this sequence will start
anew. Special characters you can obtain with the Keys 1 and 0.
To enter the next character, either wait one second, until the cursor jumps right automatically, or press the 
key. If you have entered a wrong character, you can delete it by pressing the key
twice. For that you have
to move the cursor to the right side of the wrong character with the  keys.
Is the WLAN key entered completely, confirm with OK. If the WLAN key wasn’t correct, the display shows
Connection failed. If the WLAN key was correct, the connection to your home network will be established.
To encrypt a WLAN is a must! That way that nobody is able to trace your data or to misuse your
internet connection. It’s possible that you’re liable for the consequences, if somebody acts in a
criminal way through your internet connection, even if you haven’t had any knowledge of it!
With an established connection the Network menu comes up in the
display. If you want to get information about the settings the router
transferred to the Stream Box DS automatically, select Network Info.
That isn’t necessary, if the Stream Box DS works as intended, but can
help if not and give somebody with technical knowledge about computer
networks the necessary information to resolve the problems.
Friendly Name is the name with that the die Stream Box DS identifies
itself in the home network.
SSID is the name of the WLAN routers. This line isn’t necessary, when the
Stream Box DS is in wired network mode and then not shown.
DHCP is a function with that a network router or server assigns IP
addresses to other network devices automatically.
The IP Address is the identification address the Stream Box DS got from
the router in your home network.
The MAC Address is unique for each network device in the world and
identifies your Stream Box DS definitely.
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With the menu item Default UPnP Server you can select the media
server you want to use preferentially. If a server is selected here, it will be
the default one for playback from root menu.
If a default UPnP Server is preselected, you can immediately access
Music and Pictures on the default server after you select Media
Server from root menu.
If no preselection was made in the Default UPnP Server menu, you
have to select the desired server in the Media Server menu first...
...before you have access to Photos and Music on this server.
Let’s go back to the last item of the Network menu. Here you can
change the Friendly Name that identifies your Stream Box DS in the
home network. That is particularly helpful, if you use more than one
Stream Box DS in your home network. Select and confirm Edit. For
entering characters refer to the instructions for entering the WLAN key
(page 10).
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Playing music from a media server
For playing music from a media server, go to the root menu with the
key. There please navigate to the menu item Media Server
with the  keys and confirm your selection with the key OK.
If you haven’t selected a default media server in the Settings menu, you
now see all available servers in your home network one below the other.
Select the desired server with the  keys and confirm with OK.
Now you see the menu shown on the right side. Go to Music with the
 keys and confirm with OK.
If you have selected a default media server in the Settings menu, the
selection menu for Music and Photos is shown right after you select
Media Server in the root menu. Go to Music with the  keys
and confirm with OK.
In the menu than comes up now, the music tracks on the selected server
are sorted by several criteria for easier search. The sorting terms are
more or less self-explanatory: E.g. in Album the tracks are sorted in
Albums with the original playback order. All Titles means exactly that:
This list contains all tracks on the server in alphabetic order.
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In Genre/Song the tracks are sorted by music types.
In Artist the sorting criterion is the performer, who recorded the track.
In Folder you can access the tracks in the memory folders on the server
like with a normal computer. When you select Playlists, you find there
all playlists you generated yourself on a computer and saved on the
server.
For the different sorting criteria, the media servers and the Stream Box DS are using additional
information saved with the music track files in the very most cases, the so called tags. All important
file formats, e.g. MP3 or FLAC, contain such tags, with the exception of WAV. This format anyway is
not so well suited for the use with music servers because of its high memory requirements.
The tags include information like the name of the CD the track is part of, the title number, the
name of the title, its length and the genre. In tracks downloaded from the internet these tags are
usually already contained. If you save music from a CD to your computer (in computer language
this procedure is called “ripping”), you have to add the tags yourself. Luckily this process usually is
handled by the ripping software automatically. It gets the necessary information from databases in
the internet and searches for CD covers too. It is worthwhile to provide the tracks with as complete
tag information as possible to help media server and Stream Box DS sorting the music by meaningful
criteria.
Additionally you should take a look into the settings of your media server. If for example the media
server menus in the Stream Box DS are displayed not in English, although you have selected
English in the language settings menu, the reason for that is a wrong setting on the server.
Normally you can personalize these settings according to your needs. Please refer to the manual of
the server or server software for directions how to change the settings.
Displaying photos from a media server
For displaying photos from a media server, go to the root menu with the
key. There please move to the menu item Media Server with
the  keys and confirm your selection with the key OK. After that,
please go to the desired server and then to Photos and confirm.
Now you can see a list of several criteria comparable to the music
menus. This criteria help sorting and searching all photos on the
media server. Again the criteria are self-explanatory: In Album you
find the stored CD covers, By Date contains a list sorted by Date and
in Slideshows you find all slideshows you generated yourself on a
computer and saved on the server. The menu operation is similar to
what is described in the chapter „Playing music from a media server“.
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Playing music from iPod or iPhone
To play music from iPod or iPhone, connect it with an appropriate
cable to one of the two USB connectors on the front or back of the
Stream Box DS. Then go to the root menu with a push on the
and there into USB 1 for the front connector or USB 2 for the
connector on the back. Then the menu you see on the right will be
shown in the display.
Again the criteria are self-explanatory. The menu operation is similar to
what is described in the chapter „Playing music from a media server“.
Playing music from USB flashdisk or USB harddisk
To play music from a USB flashdisk or USB harddisk, connect it (the
latter with an appropriate cable) to one of the two USB connectors on
the front or back of the Stream Box DS. Then go to the root menu with
and there into USB 1 for the front connector or
a push on the
USB 2 for the connector on the back. Then the menu you see on the
right will be shown in the display. The menu operation is similar to what
is described in the chapter „Playing music from a media server“.
The main difference to the playback from media servers and iPod/
iPhone is, that from USB disks the Stream Box DS only can show the
folder structure as you would see it on a normal computer. Additionally,
it doesn’t display the title names extracted from tag information, but
only the normal computer file names. Because of that the sort sequence
is alphabetical only. If you want to play the tracks of an album in the
original order, you have to make sure that the files are named in such
a way, that they will be sorted in the correct order. A good solution for
that is to name the files with leading numbers corresponding to the track
number on the original album. Some CD ripping programs do that
automatically.
Playing internet radio stations
A great number of radio stations all over the world are transmitting their programs not only to the air, but into
the internet too. This way everyone is able to receive his preferred radio programs at every place in the world
with internet connection, without interference and mostly in better quality than with a normal radio receiver.
You only need a internet connection and a device that is able to decode and receive the internet data, e.g. a
normal computer with an internet program, for instance Mozilla Firefox. Unfortunately the search for a certain
radio station can be a tedious task. Moreover, you may not want to switch on your computer only to listen to a
radio station.
The Stream Box DS enables you to listen to internet radio without a PC. Furthermore it substantially simplifies
the search for radio stations because it makes use of the internet service vTuner. This service is free of charge
for all owners of the Stream Box DS and provides a number of criteria for search and sorting. vTuner makes
the navigation to the desired radio station very fast and easy.
If you want to compile your own favorites list, it’s easier and less complicated to do that with your PC than with
the Stream Box DS. You can do that with vTuner over the internet and will find the instructions for that process
on pages 15 and 16.
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If you want to listen to an internet radio station, do the following: Go to
the root menu with the
key. There please move to the menu item
Internet Radio with the  keys and confirm your selection with the
key OK.
Now you see a menu list with several sorting criteria, which help you
to find a desired radio station. E.g. in one menu you find only radio
stations in the country the Stream Box DS is connected to the internet
(in the shown display Germany). In Genre you can find radio stations
specialized to one music type.
In Search Stations you can enter the name of the desired station
with the alphanumeric keys of the remote control. For entering
characters refer to the instructions for entering the WLAN key (page 10).
A podcast is a radio program, that is not broadcasted live but stored on
a computer. From there it can be retrieved over the internet. With the
Stream Box DS menu items Search Podcasts, Podcast by Location
and Podcast by Genre the search for interesting programs is very
convenient and easy.
If you want to compile a favorites list on the vTuner internet site, you have
to get the access code for this site first. In the menu Internet Radio go
to the item Get access code with the  keys of the remote control
and confirm.
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Now enter the access code you see in the Stream Box DS display on the
internet site http://streamunlimited.vtuner.com. DON’T use the
code printed here in the manual, it will not work. On the vTuner website
you have to register first (it’s completely free of charge). Follow the
instructions on the website for registering and compiling of the list.
After your favorites list is finished, you will find a new menu item on the
first position in the menu Internet Radio: My Favorites. Here you
will find all the stations you compiled in the internet.
Other settings
In the menu Settings (last item of root menu) you can make some
further settings.
In the menu item Time you can set the Time Zone of the place, where
the Stream Box DS is, and switch on and off the Daylight Saving
correction. In Show Clock you can control the time settings.
In User Interface you can set the language of the menu. This setting is
only partly valid for the menus of the media servers. Their languages has
to be set in the server programs directly and not in the Stream Box DS.
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In Themes you can choose between two display appearances, Theme
1 and Theme 2.
In Display Timeout you can set the time, after that the display will
switch off automatically to save energy. The display comes on again,
when you press an arbitrary button on the remote control. The function
of this button will not be executed in this case. You have to push that
button a second time to execute its command.
Software update
For a software update, please go to the Settings menu (last item in
root menu) and there to the General menu. Go down to Software
Update and confirm with OK. The Stream Box DS now searches for
a new version of its operating software in the internet. If the unit finds
a new version, it will install the software immediately. Is no new version
available, the unit will show this information on the display.
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Specifications
USB Input:
High-Speed 2.0, 24/96. 2 x type A socket.
Power supply for 2,5” hard drives (5V DC / max. 500 mA) via USB
USB Flashdisk and USB Harddisk:
FAT 16 or FAT 32 (NTFS not supported)
High-Level output:
1 pair RCA/Phono sockets
Output level:
max. 1Veff
Signal-to-noise ratio:
100dB/1V
Digital output:
1 x coaxial (S/PDIF)
D/A converter:Cirrus Logic CS4344. 24Bit/192kHz, Multibit Delta-Sigma
Wired network:
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T
WLAN:
Wireless-LAN - IEEE 802.11b/g
Outboard power supply:
9V/2A DC; 220 - 240V, 50Hz
Power consumption:
9V/1,8A DC max. – with connected external harddisk
Replacement battery remote control:
1 x CR2032 / 3V oder 1 x CR2025 / 3V
Dimensions W x H x D
(D with sockets and WLAN antenna):
206 x 72 x 195 (230)mm
Weight:
2750g without power supply
If a harddisk doesn’t turn on after connecting to the Stream Box DS, the harddisk power
consumption is higher than 500 mA. Such harddisks, which are not in accordance to the USB 2.0
standard, cannot be used with the Stream Box DS.
Supported audio formats
MPEG Audio Layer-3 (.mp3)
AAC (MPEG-4 Advanced Audio Coding File, .aac, .m4a, Apple lossless not supported)
AIFF (.aif, .aiff, .aifc)
WAV (.wav) LPCM packed/unpacked
FLAC
WMA Windows Media Audio 9
WAX Windows Media audio metafiles
ASX Advanced Stream Redirector (.asx)
Smoothly working Gapless playback
Supported media servers
Windows Media Player 11
Windows Media Player 12
Windows Media Connect 2.0
Simple Centre
MediaTomb
All DLNA certified media servers (e.g. Twonky Media)
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Integrated Codecs
MP3
Sampling rates: 8-48 kHz
Bit depth: 16 bits
Bit rate: 8-320 kbit/s
Additional information data (tags): ID3 V2.4 (including album art)
AAC, M4a
Sampling rates: 24-96 kHz (output sampling rate = max 48kHz)
Bit depth: 16 bit, Quality: 8-320 kbit/s
Apple Lossless not supported
AIFF
Sampling rates: 8-96kHz
Bit depth: 8/16/24 Bit
Additional information data (tags): ID3 V1
Ogg Vorbis 1.0
Sampling rates: 32-48 kHz
Bit depth: 16 Bit
Quality: Q1-Q10
Additional information data (tags): Ogg comments/tags
FLAC (192 khz/24bit)
Sampling rates: 44.1-192 kHz
Bit depth: 16/24 bit
Quality: L0-L8
Additional information data (tags): FLAC tags
LPCM
WAV supported sampling rates: 22-192 kHz
Bit depth: 16/24 bit
Additional information data (tags): WAV tags
WMA-9
WMA supported sampling rates: 8-48 kHz
Bit depth: 16 Bit
Bit rate: 5-320 kbit /s
Additional information data (tags): WMA tags
WMA-9 lossless und WMA-9 pro
Support through transcoding of unprotected tracks by Windows Media Connect only
Options for remote control over network
PlugPlayer V3.2.1 usable ( App for iPhone and Andorind mobile phones)
With PlugPlayer gapless play is not possible!
Replacing the remote control battery
Please Proceed as follows:
• Pull out the battery compartment
• Replace the battery.
Make sure that you insert the battery with correct polarity!
• Close the battery compartment
Battery type: 1 x CR2032 / 3V or 1 x CR2025 / 3V
Do not dispose the batteries as ordinary domestic refuse. Please dispose your exhausted batteries at
the appropriate collection sites - usually located at supermarkets and drugstores.
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Service
Should you encounter a problem which you are not able to alleviate or identify, please contact your dealer
for further advice. Only when the problem cannot be resolved there should the unit be sent to the responsible
distributor in your country.
Warranty
The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for damage caused by not adhering to these instruction
manual. Modification or change to any part of the product by unauthorized persons release the
manufacturer from any liability over and above the lawful rights of the customer.
Copyright
PRO-JECT is a Registered Trademark of
H. Lichtenegger.
This guide was produced by: Audio Trade GmbH
Copyright © 2011. All rights reserved.
The information was correct at the time of going to
press. The manufacturer reserves the right to make
changes to the technical specification without prior
notice as deemed necessary to uphold the ongoing
process of technical development.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries. “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory
has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, 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 or iPhone
may affect wireless performance.
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the
Digital Living Network Alliance.
Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.
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