FRANÇAIS
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Network Player
AV8003
NETWORK
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CONTENTS
CONNECTION .............................................................................................................. 2
BEFORE CONNECTING ...............................................................................................................................................................2
CONNECTION
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ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE
This unit is equipped with a network player for playing music, photo and video files.
You can connect the unit's network connector to a network device and play music, photo or video files that are
stored on the device.
This User Guide describes the settings and procedures that are required to use these functions.
BASIC SETTINGS
CONNECTING THE UNIT AND SERVER TO THE NETWORK ...................................................................................................2
BASIC SETTINGS ........................................................................................................ 3
STARTING THE NETWORK PLAYER...........................................................................................................................................4
NETWORK ADDRESS SETTINGS ...............................................................................................................................................5
AUTHENTICATING THE UNIT FROM THE SERVER ..................................................................................................................6
SCREEN MENUS ......................................................................................................... 7
NETWORK PLAYER FEATURES
The unit has the following functions.
● Playback of music, photo or video files that are stored on a device connected to the network
● Supports Windows Media DRM
● Supports DTCP-IP
SCREEN MENUS
CHECKING THE NETWORK ADDRESS ......................................................................................................................................3
TOP MENU .....................................................................................................................................................................................7
ITEM MENU....................................................................................................................................................................................7
SETTING PROCEDURE FOR USING THE NETWORK PLAYER
ICONS .............................................................................................................................................................................................7
3.
PLAYING VIDEO ..........................................................................................................................................................................13
PLAYING FILES BY SPECIFYING A SERVER ...........................................................................................................................15
ADVANCED OPERATIONS .......................................................................................16
REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATIONS ...................................................................................................................................16
ADVANCED PHOTO FILE OPERATIONS ..................................................................................................................................18
OPERATING VIDEO FILES .........................................................................................................................................................19
Setting up the network (See page 3)
If there is no DHCP server on the network to which the unit is connected, the network settings must be
performed manually.
PLAYING MUSIC ............................................................................................................................................................................9
DISPLAYING PHOTOS ................................................................................................................................................................11
Connecting the unit to the network (See page 2)
Authenticating the unit on the server side. (See page 6)
It may be necessary to authenticate the unit on each server.
4.
BASIC
OPERATION
NETWORK PLAYER BASIC OPERATIONS .................................................................................................................................8
1.
2.
Operating the unit; playback. (See page 8)
ADVANCED
OPERATION
BASIC OPERATIONS .................................................................................................. 8
VIEWING DETAILED FILE INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................21
MULTI ZONE PLAYBACK ............................................................................................................................................................21
ADVANCED SETTINGS .............................................................................................23
NETWORK PLAYER INITIALIZATION.........................................................................................................................................23
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
USING PLAYLISTS ......................................................................................................................................................................20
TROUBLESHOOTING
SOFTWARE UPDATES ...............................................................................................................................................................23
CHECKING THE SYSTEM INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................24
SETTING THE NETWORK SCREEN ..........................................................................................................................................24
PLAYABLE FILES .........................................................................................................................................................................26
TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................................................28
OTHERS .....................................................................................................................29
OTHERS
NETWORK PLAYER NOTIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................29
GLOSSARY ..................................................................................................................................................................................30
TRADEMARKS .............................................................................................................................................................................30
TECHNICAL INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................................................31
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CONNECTING THE UNIT AND SERVER TO THE NETWORK
CONNECTION
BEFORE CONNECTING
As shown below, connect the unit and a server such as a computer or hard disk to the LAN connector of a
router or modem.
Prepare the following equipment before performing the connection.
BASIC SETTINGS
Computer
Network HDD that
supports DLNA
HDD recorder that
supports DLNA
● LAN cable
This cable connects the unit's network connector to a network device such as a computer.
Notes:
• The unit's network connector supports 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX. Use a 100BASE-TX connection to ensure
smooth playback.
• Use a straight LAN cable that is category 5 or higher.
Straight LAN
cable (purchase
separately)
SCREEN MENUS
Windows Media
Player 11 or server
software that
supports DLNA
● Router, Hub
These devices are for connecting multiple devices on a single network.
If a router has a DHCP server function, the unit's network settings are set automatically.
BASIC
OPERATION
● Server (in this User Guide, the following devices are referred to as a “server”)
• Hard disk with a built-in DLNA server function (LAN connection type)
• HDD recorder or audio system that supports DLNA
• A computer can be used when either of the following server software programs is installed.
– Windows Media Player 11
– Server software that supports DLNA
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3
1
3
2
1
R
3
2
1
L
3
1
● Internet
• Required when using the unit's network connection to perform a system update.
To the Internet
connection
1
1
1
2
SL
3
2
SBL
SW
BALANCED
Modem
3
2
SR
3
2
SBR
Router
CONNECTION
1 GND
2 HOT(+)
1 2
3
3 COLD(-)
LAN
3
2
1
2
C
N ET WORK
PRE OUT
-232C
SPEAKER C
ON OFF
ADVANCED
OPERATION
C IN
MODEL N O. AV8003
WAN
Straight LAN
cable (purchase
separately)
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Note:
If there are not enough LAN connectors, add a hub (purchase separately) to the router.
TROUBLESHOOTING
OTHERS
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Network settings may be required when performing
the connection, depending on the connection type as
described below.
CHECKING THE NETWORK ADDRESS
2.
Click “Network Connections” on the menu.
Example: Windows XP
1.
Select “Control Panel” on the Start menu and
click “Network and Internet Connections” on
the menu.
4.
Click the “Support” tab.
5.
Check the “Address Type” item.
BASIC SETTINGS
BASIC SETTINGS
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● If there is a router (DHCP server) on the
network
The network address settings are performed
automatically.
BASIC
OPERATION
Right-click “Local Area Connection” and select
“Status” on the pull-down menu.
When using Classic View, click “Network
Connections” and go to step 3.
Assigned by DHCP:
A DHCP server is running on the network. The
network address settings for the unit are performed
automatically.
You do not need to perform connection settings
because the default setting is for automatically
obtaining the address.
OTHERS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Manually Configured:
You must set the network address manually
because there is no DHCP server on the network.
Start the network player and perform the network
address settings.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
3.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Check your network and perform the settings if
required.
To confirm your network type, check the network
address.
SCREEN MENUS
● If there is no router (DHCP server) on the
network
The network address settings must be performed
manually.
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Example: Windows Vista
1.
Select “Control Panel” on the Start menu.
2.
Click “View status”.
4.
Check the “DHCP Enabled” item.
3.
When using the Control Panel Home view, click
“View network status and tasks”.
Set the unit's input mode to NETWORK.
To select NETWORK mode, turn the input
selector on the unit or press the 3. NETWORK
button on the remote controller.
AV PRE TUNER AV8003
UP
BASIC SETTINGS
PURE DIRECT
HDMI
M-DAX
DOWN
INPUT
SELECTOR
VOLUME
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
AUTO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
BAND
TOP
T-MODE
M-DAX
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
SETUP MIC
ENTER
SCREEN MENUS
4.
3.
Yes:
Click “Details”.
The startup screen is displayed.
<Monitor>
A DHCP server is running on the network.
The network address settings for the unit are
performed automatically.
BASIC
OPERATION
When using Classic View, the following window
is displayed. Double-click “Network and Sharing
Center”.
You do not need to perform connection settings
for the unit because the default setting is for
automatically obtaining the address.
No:
ADVANCED
OPERATION
You must set the network address manually
because there is no DHCP server on the
network.
Start the network player and perform the
network address settings.
<Unit Display>
STARTING THE NETWORK PLAYER
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
1.
2.
N E T W O R K
Turn on the unit.
After pressing the HOME button on the remote
controllerler, press the 3. NETWORK button.
It takes the network player about 30 seconds to
start after turning on the unit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
After start-up is completed, the top menu of the
network player is displayed.
Note:
The screen resolution at start-up is 480i/576i.
OTHERS
The remote controller enters NETWORK
operation mode.
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MEMORY
DISPLAY
CLEAR
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Start the network player.
NETWORK
MANUAL SETTING
The figures displayed in this screen are the
settings for the current network address.
If you selected Manual, input is possible for the
following items.
We recommend that you make a copy of these
settings, because they may be required when
authenticating the unit from the server.
Note:
Knowledge about the network is required for manual
input. See the user guide for your router or modem.
CONNECTION
1.
The Network Settings screen is displayed.
BASIC SETTINGS
5.
NETWORK ADDRESS SETTINGS
Music
1
0
DNS Server
.
.
.
MAC Address 00 : 06 : 78 : xx : xx : xx
2.
3.
4.
Set the remote controllerler to NETWORK
mode.
Press the < and > buttons on the remote
controllerler to move the remote controllerler
window to 005/005, and press the SETTINGS
button.
OK
Select
ENTER
Enter
CANCEL
Exit
1
● Obtain IP Address :
The default setting is Automatic.
To change the setting, press the ENTER button to
enable setting selections. Press the 3 / 4 buttons to
select an item and confirm by pressing the ENTER
button.
• Automatic :
The address is obtained automatically from the
DHCP server.
If there is no DHCP server, the address is assigned
using Auto-IP.
If the address has been obtained automatically,
select “OK” to complete the setting.
The SETTINGS window is displayed.
Select Network Settings with the cursor and
press the ENTER button.
SETTINGS
1/5
Settings
TITLE
Network Settings
Network Settings
Preferences
System Reset
Software Update
System Information
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
Press the GUIDE button on the remote controller
to return to the top menu.
• Manual :
For manual input, see “Manual Setting”.
● Subnet Mask :
Set the subnet mask address. Enter the same
number as the subnet mask of another network
device, such as a router or computer.
Example: 255. 255. 255. 0
1.
Select the item that you want to set with the 3
/ 4 buttons and press the ENTER button.
2.
Select the position for entering the number with
the 1 / 2 buttons, and enter the number using
the number keys.
If a number does not have three digits, move to
the next value using the 1 / 2 buttons.
● Default Gateway :
Set the gateway address. If a router is used, this is
usually the IP address of the router.
Example: 192. 168. 1. 1
● DNS Server :
Set the DNS server address. This is the address
that is specified by the provider, or the IP address
of the router.
Example: 192. 168. 1. 1
● MAC Address :
This is the MAC address of the unit. This number
cannot be changed.
Note:
Playback is possible even if the gateway and DNS are
left blank, but value inputs are required to perform
network updates.
SCREEN MENUS
Enter
80
BASIC
OPERATION
ENTER
.
Subnet Mask 255 . 255 . 255 .
Default Gateway
.
.
.
Press EXIT to return the entered number to its
original value.
Note:
Enter a number from 0 to 255.
If 256 or a higher number is entered, a warning is
displayed
3.
After finishing the setting input, press the
ENTER button and select the next item using
the 3 / 4 buttons.
4.
Repeat steps 2 and 3, and after finishing all
the inputs, select “OK” using the 4 button and
press the ENTER button.
5.
The settings completed dialog box is displayed.
Press the ENTER button to restart.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Select
Automatic
Obtain IP Address
IP Address 192 . 168 . 0
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Notwork Settings
Server
● IP Address:
Set the IP address. For manual input, enter an IP
address that is based on another device connected
to the same network.
Example:
IP address of another device: 192. 168. 1. 2
IP address of the unit:
192. 168. 1. xxx
Use a number for xxx that does not duplicate another
device.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SETTINGS
Video
Notes:
• If the EXIT button is pressed or “CANCEL” is
selected with the 4 button partway through the setting
procedure, the screen returns to the SETTINGS
screen and the entered settings are canceled.
• The unit cannot be set to standby while it is
restarting.
Do not turn the power of this unit off while it is
restarting.
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Photo
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AUTHENTICATING THE UNIT FROM THE
SERVER
BASIC SETTINGS
SCREEN MENUS
With some server types, the unit must be authenticated
on the server. If authentication is not performed, it
will either not be possible to obtain files even if the
unit is connected to the server, or a warning will be
displayed and access will not be possible.
Information such as the IP address of the unit, the
MAC address and the unit device name (marantz
DMP) is required for authentication.
See the server user guide for details on the
authentication method.
As a reference, this section describes the procedure
for authentication from Windows Media Player 11 on
a computer.
3.
6.
A list of the shared files is created.
After the list is created, click “Close”.
If the following window is displayed, click
“Advanced Options”.
7.
The window below is displayed.
If the network settings are completed and the
unit is connected to the network, “marantz
DMP” is displayed in the device list.
4.
Select the folder that you want to share and
click “OK”.
If you want to share another folder, click “Add”.
The folder selection dialog box is displayed.
Next, perform the setting for authenticating the
unit from Windows Media Player 11.
Select “Media Sharing” from Library on the
menu bar.
10. Click “OK” to close the window and complete
BASIC
OPERATION
the authentication of the unit from the Windows
Media Player.
Start Windows Media Player 11.
11. Next, check from the unit that it is registered in
If you have already completed the settings for
the files that you want to share, go to step 7.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
2.
9.
Select “marantz DMP” and click “Allow”.
Notes:
• If your computer's operating system is Windows XP
SP2, you can download Windows Media Player 11
from Microsoft Corporation's website.
• If you are using Windows Vista, it is already
installed.
1.
A list of the folders that are currently being
shared is displayed.
Windows Media Player 11.
Check that the unit is in NETWORK mode,
and press the SERVER button on the remote
controller.
Set sharing for the files that you want to play
with the unit.
Select “Add to Library” from Library on the
menu bar.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
5.
After finishing the file sharing operations, click
“OK” to complete the settings.
If Windows Media Player is already set for
sharing with a different device, go to step 9.
TROUBLESHOOTING
8.
Select “Share my media” and click “OK”.
12. Check that the computer name (name of the
computer that performed the settings) and
user name (name of the logged-in user) are
displayed on the screen list. This means that
authentication is complete.
SERVER
1/1
Server
SERVER
Computer:User
Computer:User
MODEL NAME
Windows Media
Player Sharing
OTHERS
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
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SCREEN MENUS
ITEM MENU
q
NETWORK
MUSIC
1/3
Music
i
Server
Enter
1
Select
e Video
Play videos from all the connected servers. (See page 13)
r Server
Play files from a specified server. This can also be used if you want to check which servers are currently
connected. (See page 15)
Enter
Exit
1
e
q Music
Play music from all the connected servers. (See page 9)
w Photo
Display photos from all the connected servers. (See page 11)
ENTER
q Mode that is currently displayed
w Information display panel
e Main button operation guidance
r Category display
t List number of the selected file/Total number
of files in the list
SCREEN MENUS
ENTER
w
Video
o
!0
y Directions in which the cursor can be moved
u File list
i File and category type
o Icons of currently executing processes
!0 Number of servers currently recognized by the
unit
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Select
Photo
BASIC
OPERATION
1
2
3
4
Music
r
t
y
u
BASIC SETTINGS
TOP MENU
ICONS
VIDEO (Video) file
MUSIC (Music) file
Other category
PHOTO (Photo) category
Other file
PHOTO (Photo)file
Server
TROUBLESHOOTING
MUSIC (Music) category
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
The icons displayed on the screen are as follows.
OTHERS
VIDEO (Video) category
• The category specifies information such as the folder, album or genre.
• Press the PLAY, REPEAT or RANDOM button under a music, photo or video hierarchy to play all the files
in that category.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
1.
NETWORK PLAYER BASIC OPERATIONS
MENU STRUCTURE
BASIC SETTINGS
NETWORK (GUIDE, TOP)
Music (MUSIC)
Select the item that you want to play on the top
menu using the 3 / 4 buttons and press the
ENTER button.
NETWORK
Music - Artists (M ARTIST)
Music - Albums (M ALBUM)
Music
Photo
Music - Genres (M GENRE)
Video
SCREEN MENUS
Server
Music - All Songs (MUSIC ALL)
Music - Playlists (M P-LIST)
BASIC
OPERATION
Photo (When PHOTO is set to Category)
Photo - Albums (P ALBUM)
Photo Date (All server) (When PHOTO is set to Date (All Servers))
Photo - All Photos (PHOTO ALL)
Photo Date (Selected Server) (When PHOTO is set to Date (Selected Server))
Photo - Playlists (P P-LIST)
Select
2.
ENTER
Enter
1
The menu for the corresponding item is
displayed.
MUSIC
1/3
Music
Video (VIDEO)
Video - Albums (V ALBUM)
Video - Genres (V GENRE)
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Video - All Videos (VIDEO ALL)
Select
Video - Playlists (V P-LIST)
Server (SERVER)
Settings (SETTINGS)
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
(
) The text in parenthesis is displayed on the remote controller.
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
Note:
With some server specifications, the file list may not
be displayed for items other than Server menu.
3.
Play the file.
• Select the file that you want to play from
the file list and press the ENTER or PLAY
button to play.
TROUBLESHOOTING
• Select a category from the file list and press
the PLAY button to play all the files in the
category.
• To change the page if there is more than one
file list page, press the 3 button on the top of
the file list or the 4 button on the bottom of
the file list, or press the Ch +/– buttons.
• Press the EXIT button to return to the
previous screen.
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• To see the photo thumbnail list, press the 3
/ 4 / 1 / 2 buttons.
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PLAYING MUSIC
RC2001
RC101
Button
Music Playback
Move between items
3, 4
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items
ENTER
(Remote controller, unit)
Play the track selected with the cursor
ENTER
(Remote controller, unit)
Play the track selected with the cursor
GUIDE
TOP (Unit)
Move to the top menu
SOURCE OFF
Stop
SOURCE ON
Change the Screen resolution
EXIT
(Remote controller, unit)
Stop
2 (PLAY)
Play
CH±
(+) Next page
(–) Previous page
4/¢
MENU
TOOL menu
2 (PLAY)
Play
(¢)
Play the next track
(4)
Play the previous track (if one second or more has elapsed from the
start of the track, play from the start of the same track)
4/¢
(¢) Play the next track
(4) Play the previous track (if one second or more has
elapsed from the start of the track, play from the start
of the same track)
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
Stop
(Blue) MUSIC
Move to top of MUSIC page
(Red) PHOTO
Move to the set PHOTO screen
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
SCREEN MENUS
BASIC SETTINGS
Music Playback
3, 4
(Remote controller, unit)
Stop
Pause/cancel
BASIC
OPERATION
Button
Move to top of VIDEO page
(Yellow) SERVER
Move to top of SERVER page
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
(Green) VIDEO
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Pause/cancel
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AV PRE TUNER AV8003
UP
HDMI
TROUBLESHOOTING
PURE
RE DIRECT
M-DAX
DOWN
DO
INPUT
SELECTOR
VOLUME
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
AUTO
TO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
BAND
TOP
T-MODE
M-DAX
MEMORY
CLEAR
DISPLAY
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
SETUP MIC
OTHERS
ENTER
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Select Music on the top menu using the cursor and
press the ENTER button, or press the blue (MUSIC)
button on any screen.
The music top menu is displayed.
MUSIC
BASIC SETTINGS
1
3
5
ENTER
Enter
Artiste
Albums
Genres
All Songs
Playlists
2
4
Exit
1
q Artists :
Sort the music files by artist.
SCREEN MENUS
Music
w Albums :
Sort the music files by album.
Photo
Video
e Genres :
Sort the music files by genre.
Server
Select
ENTER
Enter
1
MUSIC
MUSIC
1
2
3
4
5
BASIC
OPERATION
r All songs :
Display all the music files.
t Playlists :
Display the music playlists. (See page 20)
You can also sort in more detail by narrowing the
conditions within each category.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Example: Artists → Albums → Tracks
Note:
Sorting by specifying categories may not be possible
when connected to some server types. In such cases,
select the server directly and connect. (See page 15)
1/5
ARTIST
xxxxxx
M06 xxxxxx
M07 xxxxxx
ALBUM
xxxxxx
M08 xxxxxx
MO9 xxxxxx
1
2
3
7
M10 xxxxxx
DURATION
00 : 03 : 29
SERVER
xxxxxx
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1/57
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
TITLE
xxxxxx
ARTIST
xxxxxx
ALBUM
xxxxxx
PLAY
Select
6
4
5
6 Greatest Hits
TITLE
xxxxxx
Select
NETWORK
MUSIC PLAYBACK
1/5
Music
TITLE
Artists
Select
When the sorting is completed, the file list is
displayed.
8
ENTER
Play
Exit
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
9
10 11
00 : 00 : 47/00 : 04 : 52
1
1
q Track title
w Artist name
e Album name
r Track length
t Server on which the file is saved
y Sort item
Select the file that you want to play and press the
ENTER or PLAY button to play.
q Title of the track that is playing
w Artist for the track that is playing
e Album name
r List of the playback tracks
t Album jacket photo
y Selected track number/Total number of tracks
u Playback status
i Progress bar
o Elapsed time/Total time
!0 Repeat status display
!1 Random status display
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
• The music is played in the file list sequence.
• If you want to play a different track during playback,
move the cursor to the track and press the ENTER
button.
• If you want to stop playback, press the STOP or
EXIT button to stop the playback and return to the
previous screen.
• During random playback, the tracks in the file list
are played in a random sequence.
Note:
With some file configurations, a photo that is not
related to the track may be displayed.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Photo Display
Button
Photo Display
3, 4
(Remote controller, unit)
(3) Display the previous photo
(4) Display the next photo
3, 4
(Remote controller, unit)
(3) Display the previous photo
(4) Display the next photo
1, 2
(Remote controller, unit)
(1) Display the previous photo
(2) Display the next photo
1, 2
(Remote controller, unit)
(1) Display the previous photo
(2) Display the next photo
GUIDE
TOP (Unit)
Move to the top menu
SOURCE OFF
Stop
SOURCE ON
Change the screen resolution
2 (PLAY)
Start the slideshow
4/¢
(¢) Display the next photo
(4) Display the previous photo
EXIT
(Remote controller, unit)
Stop
MENU
TOOL menu
INFO
Select the panel display
2 (PLAY)
Start the slideshow
4/¢
(¢) Display the next photo
(4) Display the previous photo
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
Stop
(Blue) MUSIC
Move to top of MUSIC page
(Red) PHOTO
Move to the set PHOTO screen
(Green) VIDEO
Move to top of VIDEO page
(Yellow) SERVER
Move to top of SERVER page
Stop
Pause the slideshow
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Pause the slideshow
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
BASIC SETTINGS
Button
SCREEN MENUS
RC101
BASIC
OPERATION
RC2001
ADVANCED
OPERATION
DISPLAYING PHOTOS
CONNECTION
ENGLISH
AV8003
AV PRE TUNER AV8003
UP
HDMI
M-DAX
D OWN
INPUT
SELECTOR
VOLUME
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
AUTO
TO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
TOP
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
BAND
SETUP MIC
M-DAX
MEMORY
DISPLAY
CLEAR
OTHERS
ENTER
T-MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PURE
RE DIRECT
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CONNECTION
Select Photo on the top menu with the cursor and
press the ENTER button, or press the red (PHOTO)
button on any screen.
(When the red (PHOTO) button setting is Category
(see page 18))
When the sorting is completed, the photo thumbnail
list is displayed.
The photo top menu is displayed.
PHOTO
TITLE
Albums
BASIC SETTINGS
Select
1
2
3
ENTER
Enter
PHOTO
Albums
All Photos
1
2
3
4
Favorite
Exit
SCREEN MENUS
w All Photos :
Display all the photo files.
e Playlists :
Display the photo playlists. (See page 20)
Music
Photo
Video
5
BASIC
OPERATION
ENTER
Enter
1
20050326
2005/03/26
All Photos
6
DATE
2003/04/03
SERVER
Dix_AAA
4
ENTER
Enter
Exit
5
Slideshow
Prev
Hext
Exit
6
1/63
7
1
8
1
q Photo title
w Album name
e Date of shooting or creation
r Server on which the file is saved
t Sort item
y Photo thumbnails
Server
Select
3
ALBUM
Sample Pictures
1
q Albums :
Sort the photo files by album.
2
IMG_0048
1/63
TITLE
Sunset
Select
NETWORK
1
1/3
Photo
PHOTO DISPLAY
Select the photo that you want to display and press
the ENTER or PLAY button.
• Press the ENTER button to display the selected
photo.
• Press the PLAY button to start the slideshow from
the selected photo.
q Title
w Album name
e Date display
r Status display
t Progress bar
y Photo number/Total number of photos
u Repeat status display
i Random status display
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
• Select the photo that you want to display, and
press the ENTER button to display the selected
photo.
• Press the 4, 2 or § button to go to the next
photo.
• Press the 3, 1 or ∞ button to go to the previous
photo.
• Select the photo that you want to display, and
press the PLAY button to start the slideshow from
the selected photo.
• If you want to stop the slideshow, press the STOP
button or EXIT button to stop the playback and
return to the previous screen.
• The display changes as follows each time the
INFO button is pressed.
No panel display
Player panel display
TROUBLESHOOTING
Information panel display
Note:
If you skip to the previous or next photo during the
slideshow playback, the slideshow pauses.
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PLAYING VIDEO
RC101
Video Playback
Button
Video Playback
3, 4 (Remote controller, unit)
(3) Skip back 15 seconds
(4) Skip forward 15 seconds
3, 4
(Remote controller, unit)
(3) Skip back 15 seconds
(4) Skip forward 15 seconds
1, 2 (Remote controller, unit)
Change slow speed during slow playback
GUIDE
TOP (Unit)
Change slow speed during slow playback
Move to top menu
1, 2
(Remote controller, unit)
SOURCE OFF
Stop
EXIT (Remote controller, unit)
Stop
SOURCE ON
Change screen resolution
MENU
TOOL menu
2 (PLAY)
Play
INFO
Select panel display
2 (PLAY)
Play
4/¢
4/¢
(¢) During continuous playback, play next video
(4) During continuous playback, play the previous video (if
one second or more has elapsed from the start of the
video or only one video is selected, play from the start
of the same video)
(¢) During continuous playback, play next video
(4) During continuous playback, play the previous video (if one
second or more has elapsed from the start of the video or only
one video is selected, play from the start of the same video)
(Blue) MUSIC
Move to top of MUSIC page
(Red) PHOTO
Move to the set PHOTO screen
Pause/cancel
Move to top of VIDEO page
(Yellow) SERVER
Move to top of SERVER page
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
(Green) VIDEO
Pause/cancel
BASIC
OPERATION
Stop
Stop
ADVANCED
OPERATION
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
BASIC SETTINGS
Button
SCREEN MENUS
RC2001
AV8003
AV PRE TUNER AV8003
UP
HDMI
M-DAX
DOWN
DO
INPUT
SELECTOR
VOLUME
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
AUTO
TO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
TOP
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
BAND
SETUP MIC
M-DAX
MEMORY
DISPLAY
CLEAR
OTHERS
ENTER
T-MODE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PURE
RE DIRECT
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Select Video on the top menu with the cursor and
press the ENTER button, or press the green (VIDEO)
button on any screen.
The video top menu is displayed.
VIDEO
BASIC SETTINGS
1
3
ENTER
Enter
Albums
Genres
All Videos
Playlists
VIDEO
1
2
3
4
5
2
4
Exit
SCREEN MENUS
w Genres :
Sort the video files by genre.
Music
Photo
Video
e All Videos :
Display all the video files.
Server
Select
ENTER
Enter
1
6
BASIC
OPERATION
r Playlists :
Display the video playlists. (See page 20)
All Videos
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
ALBUM
xxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
DATE
2005/03/17
DURATION
00 : 00 : 50
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
SERVER
Dix_AAA
1
q Albums :
Sort the video files by album.
NETWORK
2
xxxxxx
3 2006/08/25
xxxxxx
1/27
TITLE
xxx
Select
VIDEO PLAYBACK
1
1/4
Video
TITLE
Albums
Select
After the sorting by conditions is completed, the file
list is displayed.
ENTER
Enter
Exit
4
PLAY
Skip
5
6
7 8
9
00 : 00 : 48/00 : 03 : 13
Exit
1
1
q Video title
w Album name
e Date of creation
r Duration
t Server on which the file is saved
y Sort item
Note:
With some files, an accurate time cannot be obtained
for Duration.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Select the file that you want to play and press the
ENTER or PLAY button.
Only the selected file is played.
If you want to play other files from the file list
continuously, press the MENU button and select
“Continuous Playback”.
q Title
w Album name
e Date display
r Status display
t Progress bar
y Elapsed time/Total time
u Audio mode display
i Repeat status display
o Random status display
• If you want to stop video playback, press the
STOP or EXIT button to stop playback and return
to the previous screen.
• The display changes as follows each time the
INFO button is pressed.
No panel display
Player panel display
Information panel display
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
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2.
When you select “Refresh” and press the
ENTER button, the unit obtains the server
information from the network again and
refreshes the server list.
Notes:
• The unit can register a maximum of 50 servers. If the
number of servers exceeds 50, delete servers that are
no longer required.
• The contents of the displayed server list vary
depending on the server.
• It may not be possible to play some files on the
server using this unit.
When the Server Supports WakeOnLAN
If a server displayed with gray text on the server list
supports WakeOnLAN, you can press the ENTER
button to start the server and display the files.
The dialog box below is displayed while the server
is starting.
Press the ENTER button again to abort the
connection.
NETWORK
Music
Photo
Video
Server
Select
ENTER
Enter
The SERVER menu is displayed.
SERVER
1
2
ABORT
3
MODEL NAME
xxxxxx
SERVER
1/4
xxxxxx
TITLE
Video
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
4
1
q Name of the server selected in e
w Type of the server selected in e
e Server list
r Number of servers that are currently detected
Select a server that is not currently connected
and press the MENU button.
2.
Select “Remove server” and press the ENTER
button.
3.
When the following dialog box appears, select
“OK” and press the ENTER button.
Push[OK]to remove this server from list
After the server has started, you can display the
server files.
xxxxxx
1.
Remove Server
1/1
Server
SERVER
xxxxxx
All servers that were recognized by the unit in the
past are registered on the server list.
If the history has grown larger than is necessary or
the list is full with 50 items, you can delete servers
that are no longer required from the server list.
Starting Server
1
Establishing Server connections
2.
DELETING UNNECESSARY SERVERS FROM THE
SERVER LIST
Video
Music
SERVER
xxxxxx
Photos
User Files
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
OK
BASIC SETTINGS
Press the MENU button on the server list.
SCREEN MENUS
1.
Select a server from the server list, and press
the ENTER button to display the file list of the
selected server on the screen.
BASIC
OPERATION
Select “Server” using the cursor on the top
menu and press the ENTER button, or press
the yellow (SERVER) button on any screen.
3.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
1.
• Gray text:
Servers that were connected in the past but are
not currently connected
In the following cases, you can display the list
correctly by refreshing the server list.
• When a newly connected server is not automatically
registered on the server list
• When a server whose connection was canceled
remains on the server list
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
In the following cases, you can use “Server” in the top
menu to play files and obtain a file list.
• When you want to specify one server from multiple
connected servers and play files from this server
• When you cannot obtain a file list from the Music,
Photo or Video menu on the connected server
REFRESHING THE SERVER LIST
CANCEL
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFYING A SERVER
All servers from which file lists have been obtained in
the past are registered on the server list.
• White text:
Servers that are currently connected
OTHERS
PLAYING FILES BY SPECIFYING A SERVER
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ADVANCED OPERATIONS
RC2001 PROGRAMMABLE SOFT BUTTONS
Page
REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATIONS
Command
3.NETWORK
RC2001
5/6
BASIC SETTINGS
SCREEN MENUS
BASIC
OPERATION
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Command
File List
3
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (List)
Display the previous photo (Photo)
Skip back 15 seconds (Video)
During detailed information display, move to previous file
4
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (List)
Display the next photo (Photo)
Skip forward 15 seconds (Video)
During detailed information display, move to next file
1
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (Photo list)
Display the previous photo (Photo)
Adjust slow playback speed (Video)
During detailed information display, change the information
2
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (Photo list)
Display the next photo (Photo)
Adjust slow playback speed (Video)
During detailed information display, change the information
ENTER
(Remote controller, unit)
Select/play item
GUIDE
TOP (Unit)
Move to the top menu
EXIT
(Remote controller, unit)
Previous screen (List)
Stop
CH±
(+) Next page
(–) Previous page
MENU
TOOL menu
INFO
Display the file details (List)
Select the panel display (Photo, video)
2 (PLAY)
Play
Start the slideshow (Photo)
∞/§
(§) Play the next file
(∞) Play the previous file
1
RANDOM
REPEAT
TOP
– PAGE +
2
3
4
5
3.NETWORK
M ARTIST
M ALBUM
M GENRE
MUSIC ALL
M P-LIST
3.NETWORK
P ALBUM
PHOTO ALL
P P-LIST
3.NETWORK
V ALBUM
V GENRE
VIDEO ALL
V P-LIST
3.NETWORK
PLAYLIST
BILINGUAL
SETTINGS
RESTART
q Track fast forward/rewind
The speed changes in the sequence below each
time the 6 (fast forward) or 5 (rewind) button is
pressed.
×2
×4
×8
×100
×50
×20
Press the PLAY button to return to normal playback.
Note:
The playback speed of DRM-protected files cannot
be changed.
OTHERS
7 (STOP)
8 (PAUSE)
Stop
(Blue) MUSIC
Move to MUSIC Top
w Random playback
(Red) PHOTO
Move to the set PHOTO screen
Press the RANDOM button to perform the random
playback of all the files in the category.
If the RANDOM button is pressed during playback,
the mode changes as follows.
Pause/cancel
(Green) VIDEO
Move to VIDEO Top
(Yellow) SERVER
Move to SERVER TOP
Random off
Note
Select NETWORK function
(Left) REWIND (Music, Photo)
q
Turn the photo 90 degrees to the left. (Photo)
(Right) FAST FORWARD (Music, Photo)
q
Turn the photo 90 degrees to the right. (Photo)
RANDOM playback
w
REPEAT playback
e
Move to the top menu
(Left) Move to the previous page
(Right) Move to the next page
Select NETWORK function
Move to Music Artists
Move to Music Albums
Move to Music Genres
Move to All Songs
Move to Music Playlists
Select NETWORK function
Move to Albums
Move to All Photos
Move to Photo Playlists
Select NETWORK function
Move to Albums
Move to Video Genres
Move to All Videos
Move to Video Playlists
Select NETWORK function
Register in a playlist
Select the audio of the video that is playing
Move to SETTINGS menu
Restart NETWORK
Note:
A separate RANDOM setting is available for music,
photo and video files.
e Repeat playback
Press the REPEAT button to repeat the playback of
all the files in the category.
If the REPEAT button is pressed during playback, the
mode changes as follows.
Repeat off
File list repeat
Single file repeat
Note:
A separate REPEAT setting is available for music,
photo and video files.
Random on
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4
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (List)
Display the next photo (Photo)
Skip forward 15 seconds (Video)
During a display of detailed information, move to next file
1
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (Photo list)
Display the previous photo (Photo)
Adjust slow playback speed (Video)
During a display of detailed information, change the information
2
(Remote controller, unit)
Move between items (Photo list)
Display the next photo (Photo)
Adjust slow playback speed (Video)
During a display of detailed information, change the information
ENTER
(Remote controller, unit)
Select/play item
SOURCE OFF
Previous screen (List)
Stop
SOURCE ON
Change the screen resolution
2 (PLAY)
Play
Start the slideshow (Photo)
∞/§
(§) Play the next file
(∞) Play the previous file
7 (STOP)
8 (PAUSE)
UP
HDMI
M-DAX
DOWN
DO
VOLUME
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
AUTO
TO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
TOP
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
BAND
SETUP MIC
ENTER
T-MODE
M-DAX
MEMORY
DISPLAY
CLEAR
OTHERS
INPUT
SELECTOR
TROUBLESHOOTING
AV PRE TUNER AV8003
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Stop
Pause/cancel
AV8003
PURE
RE DIRECT
BASIC SETTINGS
3
(Remote controller, unit)
SCREEN MENUS
File List
Move between items (List)
Display the previous photo (Photo)
Skip back 15 seconds (Video)
During a display of detailed information, move to previous file
BASIC
OPERATION
Command
ADVANCED
OPERATION
RC101
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ADVANCED PHOTO FILE OPERATIONS
Sort photos from all the connected servers
by date. (Default setting)
RED (PHOTO) BUTTON SETTINGS
Set the destination for when the red (PHOTO) button
is pressed as follows.
BASIC SETTINGS
1.
• Date (All servers):
Press the SETTINGS button on the remote
controller.
• Date (Selected server):
Select the server from which to obtain the
photos and sort by date.
• Category:
DISPLAYING PHOTOS BY DATE
When the red (PHOTO) button setting is “Date
server”, the photos on the server are sorted by year/
month/date.
Note:
The save date of a bmp file is used as its shooting
date.
Select
SCREEN MENUS
Press “OK” to complete the setting.
When the setting is “All servers,” the following screen
is displayed and photos in all the servers are divided
into groups based on year/month.
Select “Preferences” using the cursor and
press the ENTER button.
BASIC
OPERATION
PHOTO
2005
Mar
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ENTER
Enter
Exit
When the setting is “Selected server,” the following
screen is displayed. Select the server on which the
photos are saved.
After a server is selected, a year/month list is
displayed.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
PHOTO
TROUBLESHOOTING
OK
Enter
Exit
1
A list of the photos from the selected date is displayed
as thumbnails.
Select the photo that you want to display and press
the ENTER or PLAY button.
• Press the ENTER button to display the selected
photo.
• Press the PLAY button to start the slideshow from
the selected photo.
Note:
Press the PLAY, REPEAT or RANDOM button over
a thumbnail on the selected date to start a slideshow of
the photos in the thumbnail.
All Servers
xxxxxx
MODEL NAME
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
Exit
ENTER
1/7
Servers
SERVER
All Servers
Date (All Servers)
Select
1
SETTINGS
Enter
1/6
2005/03/25
Jun
1
Preference
ENTER
PHOTO
Nov
The screen below is displayed.
Select
Select the date that you want to display and press
the ENTER button.
SERVER
Dix_AAA
Select
Browse Photos by
1
2004
System Information
Exit
Exit
Apr
Settings
Enter
Enter
DATE
2003/04/03
System Reset
Software Update
ENTER
ENTER
2003
Network Settings
Preferences
Select
2005
03/27
ALBUM
Sample Pictures
1/7
All Servers
1/5
TITLE
Network Settings
1/2
Mar 2005
2005
03/26
TITLE
Sunset
DATE
Apr 2003
SETTINGS
PHOTO
DATE
2005/03/26
The same as when PHOTO is selected
from the top menu.
Select the setting item using the 3 / 4 buttons
and press the ENTER button again.
2.
Select a month from the year/month list to move to
the month/date list.
Thumbnails are displayed in date sequence.
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
CANCEL
1
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
Press the ENTER button on the “Browse
Photos by” item.
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Slideshow Settings
Effects
Fade to White
Interval
3Sec.
BGM List
Playlist1
BGM
Disable
OK
CANCEL
Effects :
Select the effects when changing photos.
• None (No effects when changing.)
• Fade To White (Fades out to white.)
• Fade To Black (Fades out to black.)
• Random (Fades out to either white or black.)
Interval :
Set the time
changed.
• 3seconds
• 5seconds
• 10seconds
Note:
If you turn a photo during slideshow playback, the
slideshow is paused after the rotation.
The audio changes as follows each time the
BILINGUAL button is pressed.
L+R
L component only
Icon display on the lower right of the screen
Note:
Skip play is not possible with some video files.
L+R
L only
SLOW PLAY
R only
L/R Selection
L/R selection is possible
interval at which the photos are
• 15seconds
• 30seconds
• 60seconds
BGM :
Select whether or not to play BGM during slideshow
playback.
• Disable (Do not play BGM.)
• Enable (Play BGM.)
Press “OK” to complete the setting.
R component only
If this skipping finishes at the beginning or the end of
the file, the video playback is paused.
You can play the video slowly in the playback
direction.
BGM List :
Select the BGM during slideshow playback from a
music playlist of 1 to 5.
3.
• Press the MENU button, select “Turn” and press
the right button.
Select the rotation direction and press ENTER
to turn the photo 90 degrees to the selected
direction.
• Press the 3 button during video playback to skip
back by 15 seconds from that moment.
• Press the 4 button during video playback to skip
forward by 15 seconds from that moment.
BASIC SETTINGS
Select “Slideshow Settings” on the Tool menu
and press the ENTER button. The following
window is displayed.
SCREEN MENUS
2.
You can skip the video playback forward or back by
15 seconds.
BASIC
OPERATION
Press the MENU button during photo display or
while the photo content list is displayed.
Press the BILINGUAL button during video playback
to change the output audio channel.
SKIP PLAY
1.
Press the MENU button during video
playback.
2.
Select “Slow Play” and press the ENTER
button.
3.
Press the 2 button to make the slow playback
speed faster.
Press the 1 button to make the slow playback
speed slower.
1/16
4.
1/8
1/4
1/2
Press the PLAY button or the PAUSE button to
cancel the slow playback.
Note:
Slow play is not possible with some video files.
L/R selection is not possible
Audio Format
LPCM
MPEG-1/2 Layer-II
MPEG-1/2 Layer-III
WMA 2ch
AAC LC 2ch
AC3
AAC LC Multichannel
WMA9 Professional
RESUME PLAY
When playback is resumed for a video that was
stopped partway, the playback starts from the
stopped location.
If a different file is played after stopping the video,
resume play is not possible.
Note:
Resume play is not possible with some video files.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
1.
AUDIO SELECTION
OPERATING VIDEO FILES
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
• Press the 6 button while a photo is displayed to
turn it 90 degrees to the right.
• Press the 5 button while a photo is displayed to
turn it 90 degrees to the left.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PHOTO ROTATION (PHOTO)
You can perform settings for the slideshow.
OTHERS
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USING PLAYLISTS
BASIC SETTINGS
You can arrange your favorite music, photo and
video files in a single group as a playlist.
• You can create five playlists each for music,
photos and videos.
• You can register a maximum of 100 files in each
playlist.
PLAYING A PLAYLIST
CHANGING THE PLAYLIST SEQUENCE
REMOVING PLAYLIST REGISTRATIONS
1.
You can change the playlist sequence.
You can remove file registrations from the playlist if
they are no longer required.
2.
REGISTERING A PLAYLIST
1.
SCREEN MENUS
Select the file or category that you want
to register using the cursor and press the
PLAYLIST button, or press the MENU button
and select “Add Playlist” on the TOOL menu.
Alternatively, press the PLAYLIST button while
the file that you want to register is playing,
or press the MENU button and select “Add
Playlist” on the TOOL menu.
Select “Playlists” on the Music, Photo or Video
top menu and press the ENTER button.
1.
Press the MENU button on the playlist screen.
Alternatively, press the “M P-LIST”, “P P-LIST”
or “V P-LIST” button on the remote controller.
2.
Select “Move” on the TOOL menu.
The playlist screen is displayed.
3.
Select the playlist that you want to play using
the 3 / 4 buttons and press the ENTER
button.
Select the file that you want to move and press
the ENTER button.
4.
Press the PLAY button on the selected
playlist to play the files that are in the selected
playlist.
Select the file destination and press the
ENTER button.
5.
Repeat steps 3. and 4. until you have finished
the sequence change.
6.
When you have finished the sequence change,
press the EXIT button. The following dialog box
is displayed.
MUSIC
1/5
Playlist
TITLE
Playlist1
Playlist1
Playlist2
Playlist3
Playlist4
BASIC
OPERATION
MUSIC
TITLE
Brooks & Dunn
ADVANCED
OPERATION
2.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
3.
Enter
Select
0
2.
Select “Remove from Playlists” on the TOOL
menu and press the ENTER button. The
following dialog box is displayed.
Remove from Playlists
Push [OK] to delete these items from
Playlist
OK
CANCEL
ENTER
Enter
Exit
3.
1
Press “OK” to complete the registration
removal.
0
0
Playlist5
0
Exit
Select[OK] to update Playlist
5
Playlist4
OK
ENTER
Open a playlist, select the file that you want to
remove from the playlist and press the MENU
button.
Favorite
Add to which Playlist group ?
Favorite1
Playlist1
Favorite2
Playlist2
Favorite3
Playlist3
Select
1.
Playlist
Playlist5
2/3
Select Playlist
Removing Registered Files
OK
3.
CANCEL
1
Use the 3 / 4 buttons to select the registration
destination playlist and press the ENTER
button. The 9 mark is displayed next to the
selected playlist.
Press “OK” to complete the registration. To
cancel the registration, press “CANCEL.”
TROUBLESHOOTING
Note:
When performing the batch registration of multiple
files, if the number of files exceeds 100 during the
registration process, files after the 100th are not
registered.
Select the file that you want to play from the
list using the 3 / 4 buttons and press the
ENTER or PLAY button to perform continuous
playback of the files in the playlist starting from
the selected file.
MUSIC
CANCEL
Removing Registered Files
(All files in a playlist)
7.
Press “OK” to complete the move. To cancel
the registration, press “CANCEL”.
You can remove all the files that are registered in a
playlist at the same time.
1.
On the playlist screen, select the playlist whose
file registrations you want to remove and press
the MENU button.
2.
Select “Remove from Playlists” on the TOOL
menu and press the ENTER button. The
following dialog box is displayed.
1/5
Playlist1
TITLE
xxxxxx
ARTIST
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
ALBUM
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
DURATION
00 : 03 : 29
xxxxxx
SERVER
xxxxxx
Remove from Playlists
Select
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
Push [OK] to delete selected group
OK
OTHERS
3.
CANCEL
Press “OK” to complete the registration
removal.
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You can perform network playback in multi zones.
See the main unit user guide for the method of assigning the network to ZONE A and B.
BASIC SETTINGS
Notes:
• In ZONE B, only audio is output.
• Only 2ch is available for audio output. Multi channel files are down mixed to 2ch.
OPERATION USING RC2001
04 xxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxxxx
TITLE
xxxxxx
GENRE
xxxxxx
CREATOR
xxxxxx
DATE
01/23/2008 09:34:45
ALBUM
xxxxxx
DURATION
00:02:59
Select
Page
ENTER
Play
Exit
2
• 1 / 2 buttons:
Change the page
• 3 / 4 buttons:
Change the file
• PLAY buttons:
Play the file that is currently displayed
Music Playback Screen
Photo Display Screen
Video Playback Screen
VOLUME±
MUTE
Mute on/mute off
3/4
Move between items
During detailed information
Move between items
display, move between the
previous and next files
(3)
Display the previous photo
(4)
Display the next photo
(3)
Skip back 15 seconds
(4)
Skip forward 15 seconds
1/2
Move between items (Photo)
During detailed information
display, change the information
(1)
Display the previous photo
(2)
Display the next photo
Adjust slow playback speed
ENTER
Select/play item
Play the track selected using
the cursor
––
––
EXIT
Previous screen
Stop
Stop
Stop
2 (PLAY)
Play
Play
Start the slideshow
Play
• INFO buttons, EXIT buttons:
Return to the list screen
(§)
During continuous playback, play
the next video
(∞)
During continuous playback, play
the previous video (If 1 second or
more has elapsed from the start
of the video or only one video is
selected, play from the start of the
same video.)
∞/§
––
(§)
Play the next track
(∞)
Play the previous track (If 1
second or more has elapsed from
the start of the track, play from
the start of the same track.)
9 (STOP)
; (PAUSE)
––
Stop
Stop
Stop
––
Pause/cancel
Pause the slideshow
Pause/cancel
(§)
Display the next photo
(∞)
Display the previous photo
OTHERS
Notes:
• The displayed items vary depending on the server.
• When the server transcodes a file for playback,
information such as the bit rate and resolution may
be different from the actual values.
––
SCREEN MENUS
11/11
File List
Raise the volume
Lower the volume
BASIC
OPERATION
MUSIC
Button
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Select the file that you want to display and press the
INFO button, or press the MENU button and then
select “Detailed Information” on the TOOL menu.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
You can view detailed information about the files in
the file list.
MULTI ZONE PLAYBACK
TROUBLESHOOTING
VIEWING DETAILED FILE INFORMATION
CONNECTION
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CONNECTION
<Playback in ZONE A>
BASIC SETTINGS
1.
Press the HOME button on the remote
controller and press the < / > buttons to select
the 003/004 page.
2.
Press the ZONE-A button to set the RC2001 to
the ZONE A operation mode.
3.
Press the < / > buttons to select the 005/005
page. The RC2001 display is set to the zone A
network operation mode.
4.
Press the PLAY button to play the file.
SCREEN MENUS
BASIC
OPERATION
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ZONE-A 005/005
ALL-M
Move to ALL Songs.
ALL-P
Move to ALL Photos.
ALL-V
Move to ALL Videos.
PAGE–
Move to the previous list page.
5
RND
Random playback
RPT
Repeat playback
RES
Change the screen resolution.
PAGE+
Move to the next list page.
6
When the RES button is pressed, the screen returns
to the NETWORK top menu and the resolution is
changed. The screen resolution changes in the
following sequence each time the RES button is
pressed.
480i/576i
480p/576p
Auto
720p
OPERATION USING RC101
<ZONE A Screen Settings>
When the SOURCE ON button is
screen returns to the NETWORK top
resolution is changed.
The screen resolution changes in
sequence each time the SOURCE
pressed.
1080i
Notes:
• When viewing in ZONE A, set an appropriate
resolution for your monitor, other than AUTO.
When the resolution setting is AUTO, operations in
the main zone are prioritized.
• If a dialog box or the TOOL menu is displayed, the
resolution cannot be changed. In such cases, first
close the dialog box or menu.
480i/576i
480p/576p
Auto
pressed, the
menu and the
the following
ON button is
720p
1080i
Note:
If a dialog box or the TOOL menu is displayed, the
resolution cannot be changed. In such cases, first close
the dialog box or menu.
<Playback in ZONE A/B>
<Playback in ZONE B>
1.
Set the RC101 to zone A or B. (See page 67 of
the main unit user guide)
1.
Press the HOME button on the remote controller
and press the < / > buttons to select the 003/004
page.
2.
Press the AUX2 button to set the RC101 to
network operation mode.
2.
Press the ZONE-B button to set the RC2001 to
ZONE B operation mode.
3.
Press the AUX2 button twice in succession
to change the unit ZONE A or B input to
NETWORK.
3.
Press the < / > buttons to select the 005/005
page. The RC2001 display is set to zone B
network operation mode.
4.
Press the PLAY button to play the file.
4.
After pressing the All MUSIC button, press the
PLAY button to play all the music files in the
server.
Rewind. (Music, videos)
Fast forward. (Music, videos)
Turn the photo 90 degrees to Turn the photo 90 degrees to
the left. (Photo)
the right. (Photo)
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
<ZONE A Screen Settings>
If you set component output 2 in ZONE A to ZONE
A, you can output video from component output 2 in
all resolutions.
Video can only be output from the ZONE OUT
connector at a resolution of 480i/576i.
You can change the resolution of the network player
screen from ZONE A.
Press the < / > buttons on the RC2001 to open the
LCD's 005/005 page, and press the RES button.
ZONE-B 005/005
RANDOM
Random playback
REPEAT
Repeat playback
ALL MUSIC
Move to All songs.
5
Rewind.
6
Fast forward.
OTHERS
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1.
Select “Software Updates” on the SETTINGS
menu and press the ENTER button.
Could not contact update server, please check internet connection.
On the screen below, select “NEXT” and press
the ENTER button. The unit checks whether an
update file is available on the Internet.
Note:
Updating via the Internet is not possible if a special
setting, such as a proxy, is required for the Internet
connection.
Press[RESET]to restore factory defaults.
All current settings will be permanently discarded.
SETTINGS
Software Updates
SETTINGS
System Reset
CONNECTION
You can connect to the Internet to update the network
player firmware.
OK
ENTER
Enter
1
Exit
Press the ENTER button to return to the SETTINGS
menu.
● If an update file is available
CANCEL
SETTINGS
Select
ENTER
Enter
1
Exit
Software Updates
SETTINGS
SETTINGS
1/5
Software Updates
Settings
1.
System Reset
Software Updates
Would you like to check if a software Update is available?
VERSION:xxxxxxxxx
Select “RESET” and press the ENTER button.
Update Software is available
Push [START]to initiate update process
The following dialog box is displayed.
System Information
NEXT
System Reset
Select
ENTER
Enter
>>Do NOT turn the power off while updating.
>>The screen may flicker while the software is updating.
>>Software update will be usually completed with in 5 minutes.
CANCEL
1
Exit
START
ENTER
Enter
Exit
OK
q Network Settings :
Perform the network settings. (See page 5)
w Preferences :
Select the destination for when the button is
pressed. (See page 18)
Select
System will restart
1
Press “OK” to restart the unit and complete the
initialization.
Exit
CANCEL
1
Select either of the following and press the
ENTER button.
• START: Download the update file
• CANCEL: Do not download the update file
No. update is available at this time
OK
ENTER
Enter
Exit
1
Press the ENTER button to return to the SETTINGS
menu.
OTHERS
t System Information :
Display the unit's network device name, MAC
address and firmware version.
2.
Software Updates
e System Reset :
Return to the default network player settings.
r Software Updates :
Connect to the Internet and update the network
player firmware.
Enter
● If the current version is the latest
SETTINGS
2.
ENTER
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Select
BASIC
OPERATION
Network Settings
Preferences
TROUBLESHOOTING
TITLE
Network Settings
BASIC SETTINGS
You can return the network player to its default
settings.
Select “System Reset” on the SETTINGS menu and
press the ENTER button.
When initialization is performed, the registered
server lists and playlists are erased.
RESET
● If the server connection failed
SOFTWARE UPDATES
SCREEN MENUS
When you want to perform operations such as
network settings or system updates, press the
SETTINGS button in any screen to display the
SETTINGS menu.
NETWORK PLAYER INITIALIZATION
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADVANCED SETTINGS
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CONNECTION
3.
The following screen is displayed when the
update file starts to download.
4.
Press the ENTER button.
The following dialog box is displayed.
Software Updates
SETTINGS
Software Updates
System will restart
CHECKING THE SYSTEM INFORMATION
SETTING THE NETWORK SCREEN
You can display the system information for the
network player.
Select “System Information” on the SETTINGS
menu and press the ENTER button.
You can set the output for the unit's NETWORK
screen.
1.
BASIC SETTINGS
Updated Software is available.
Downloading Software. . .
System Information
ABORT
ENTER
Enter
Exit
2.
SETTINGS
OK
18%
>>Do NOT turn the power off while updating.
>>The screen may flicker while the software is updating.
1
5.
Press ENTER button to restart the network
player and complete the software update.
Device Name:
marantz DMP
DMP S/W Version:
xxxxxxxxx
MAC Address:
00 : 06 : 78 : xx : xx : xx
Press the GUIDE button on the remote controller
to move to the top menu.
<AV8003>
Press the MENU button on the unit to display
the OSD menu.
AV PRE TUNER AV8003
SCREEN MENUS
UP
If you want to stop the download partway, press
the ENTER or EXIT button.
OK
ENTER
Enter
Exit
PURE DIRECT
1
HDMI
M-DAX
DOWN
After the download finishes successfully,
writing and verification is performed for the
downloaded file.
BASIC
OPERATION
Key operations are disabled until the update is
finished.
INPUT
SELECTOR
• Device name :
Name of the unit recognized by the server
SURROUND
MODE
STANDBY
• DMP S/W Version :
Version of the network player firmware
VOLUME
AUTO
PURE
DIRECT
ZONE
MULTI
SPEAKER
MENU
EXIT
7.1CH
INPUT
THX
BAND
TOP
T-MODE
M-DAX
MEMORY
CLEAR
DISPLAY
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
SETUP MIC
ENTER
• MAC Address :
This is the MAC address of the unit.
SETTINGS
Software Updates
Press the ENTER or EXIT button to return to the
SETTINGS menu screen.
Your Update has been installed
<RC2001>
ADVANCED
OPERATION
After pressing the HOME button on the remote
controller, press the MENU button to display
the OSD menu.
OK
ENTER
Enter
1
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Never turn off the unit before an update is
finished. It could cause a malfunction.
TROUBLESHOOTING
OTHERS
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The NETWORK SETUP screen opens.
Select the item that you want to set using the 3
/ 4 buttons, and change the selection using the
1 / 2 buttons.
7.NETWORK
VIDEO
RESOLUTION
SETUP
:NTSC
:480/576i
SAVER:ON
• AUTO (default) :
Sets an appropriate resolution for a television that
is connected using HDMI.
(If the unit is not connected to the television using
HDMI, the output is 480i/576i)
(If connected by converting to DVI, the output is
480p/576p)
• 480/576i :
The output is 480i/576i.
• 480/576p :
The output is 480p/576p.
• 720p :
The output is 720p.
RETURN
EXIT
Note:
Settings cannot be changed if the top menu of the
NETWORK screen is not displayed.
In such cases, a warning message is displayed on the
bottom of the screen. Return the NETWORK screen
to the top menu.
Close the OSD menu and press the GUIDE button to
return the NETWORK screen to the top menu.
7.NETWORK
VIDEO
RESOLUTION
SCREEN
SAVER:ON
TOP PAGE
HAS TO
OF
BE
[NETWORK]
SELECTED.
EXIT
Note:
The screen saver is not activated during photo display
or video playback.
• 1080i :
The output is 1080i.
Notes:
• If a monitor connected using HDMI is changed during
the AUTO setting, the screen returns automatically to
the top menu and the resolution is changed to one that
is appropriate for the monitor. If a dialog box or the
TOOL menu is displayed at this time, the resolution
is changed after the dialog box or TOOL menu is
closed.
• Set 480i/576i if you are using VIDEO/S-VIDEO
output.
• If you are using a monitor connected using HDMI,
and the signal is being input from the network, the
video signal is output in the resolution that was set
in RESOLUTION.
OTHERS
RETURN
SETUP
:NTSC
:480/576i
• OFF :
The screen saver is not activated even if no
operation is made for 10 minutes.
BASIC SETTINGS
Press the 3 / 4 buttons to select 7. NETWORK
and press the ENTER button.
Use the 1 / 2 cursor buttons to select video signal
resolution (pixel count) on the NETWORK PLAYER
from the following options.
“480/576i” Ô “480/576p” Ô “720p” Ô “1080i” Ô
“AUTO” Ô “480/576i”
SCREEN MENUS
UNLOCK
BASIC
OPERATION
RESOLUTION
LOCKED
EXIT
SCREEN
Use the 1 / 2 cursor buttons to select “ON” or “OFF”
for the screen saver from the video signal that is
output from the unit.
• ON (default) :
If no operation is made for 10 minutes on the
NETWORK screen or SETTING screen, the
screen saver is activated on the monitor. (The
screen goes dark)
MENU
1.INPUT SETUP
2.SPKR
SETUP
3.SURR
SETUP
4.VIDEO SETUP
5.PREFERENCE
6.ACOUSTIC EQ.
7.NETWORK
4.
SCREEN SAVER
The color system of this unit is NTSC.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
MAIN
VIDEO
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
The following screen is displayed on the monitor
that is connected to the unit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
3.
CONNECTION
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CONNECTION
PLAYABLE FILES
MUSIC FILES
PHOTO FILES
BASIC SETTINGS
MUSIC
MP3
Codec
MPEG-1/2 Layer-III
Extension
mp3
LPCM
LPCM
–
Restrictions
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Sampling frequency
Quantization bit rate
Number of channels
WAV
SCREEN MENUS
WMA
BASIC
OPERATION
AAC
PCM
wav
WMA8
asf
wma
WMA9
WMA9 Professional
asf
wma
MPEG-2/4 AAC
(AAC LC)
m4a
Sampling frequency
Quantization bit rate
Number of channels
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 2ch
Max. 320 kbps
Min. 32 kHz
Max. 64 kHz
Max. 16 bit
Max. 2ch
Min. 32 kHz
Max. 64 kHz
Max. 16 bit
Max. 2ch
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 2ch
Max. 320 kbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 6ch**
Max. 768 kbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 5.1ch**
Max. 640 kbps
PHOTO
JPEG
Extension
jpg
jpeg
BMP
bmp
Resolution
✽
Max. 67108864 pixels
(Example: 8192 × 8192)
No restrictions
✽
When the following conditions are satisfied.
– Color space is YCbCr
– Not in progressive mode
– The format is YUV420, YUV422 or YUV444
✽ For JPEG photos that do not satisfy the conditions above, the maximum is 983040 pixels (example: 1280
× 768).
* WMA Lossless is not supported.
** In the case of multi channels, WMA and AAC are down mixed to 2ch.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
OTHERS
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Windows Media
Video
asf
wmv
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Audio section WMA8
mp4
OTHERS
MPEG-4
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
WMA9
Sampling frequency
WMA9 Professional Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Video section MPEG-4
Profile level
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Audio section MPEG-4 AAC LC
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
BASIC SETTINGS
–
SCREEN MENUS
MPEG-2 TS/TTS
Up to MP@HL
Max. 15 Mbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 2ch
Max. 384 kbps
Max. 48 kHz 16 bit
Max. 16 bit
Max. 2ch
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 5.1ch
Max. 640 kbps
Up to MP@HL
Max. 23.1 Mbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 2ch
Max. 448 kbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 5.1ch
Max. 448 kbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 5.1ch
Max. 384 kbps
No DRM, up to MP@HL
With DRM, up to MP@ML
No DRM, max. 10 Mbps
With DRM, max. 4 Mbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 2ch
Max. 320 kbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 6ch
Max. 768 kbps
ASP
Max. 5 Mbps
Max. 48 kHz
Max. 5.1ch
Max. 448 kbps
BASIC
OPERATION
Restrictions
Profile level
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
LPCM
Sampling frequency
Quantization bit rate
Number of channels
AC3
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
Video section MPEG-2
Profile level
Bit rate VBR/CBR
Audio section MPEG-1/2 Layer-II Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate VBR/CBR
AC3
Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
MPEG-2/4 AAC LC Sampling frequency
Number of channels
Bit rate
Video section WMV9
Profile level
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Extension Codec
mpg
Video section MPEG-1
mpeg
MPEG-2
mpe
Audio section MPEG-1/2 Layer-II
M2p
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
VIDEO
MPEG PS
Notes:
• This unit does not support MPEG4-AVC, AVCHD.
• Depending on the encoding system, playback may not be possible even if the file is within the above
specifications.
• Depending on the server, it may not be possible to play a file that is supported by the unit.
• It may be possible to play files that are not supported by this unit by converting them to a supported format.
For details, see your server's user guide.
• License authentication must be performed in advance on Windows Media Player 11 to play files with copyright
protection (Windows Media DRM).
• This unit supports DTCP-IP. This unit can play video recorded on a home HDD recorder that is connected to the
network.
See your recorder's user guide for the playable video types.
• Surround playback is possible for videos with Dolby AC3 multichannel sound.
• In the case of multi-channels, WMA and AAC are down-mixed to 2ch.
TROUBLESHOOTING
VIDEO FILES
CONNECTION
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CONNECTION
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
If you experience any problems, check the following before calling for service:
BASIC SETTINGS
1.
Are the connections made properly?
2.
Are you operating the unit properly by following the user’s guide?
If the unit does not operate properly, check the items shown in the following table.
If the problem cannot be resolved using the actions listed in the following table, the internal circuitry may be
malfunctioning. Unplug the power cable immediately and contact your dealer, nearest Marantz authorized
dealer, or the Marantz Service Center in your country.
Symptom
Cause
SCREEN MENUS
Cannot connect to the network • The LAN cable is not connected
• The IP address is incorrect
Action
Cause
Action
Connect to a server that does support DRM.
Cannot play DRM-protected The server does not support DRM
files
The server has not obtained the DRM Obtain the DRM license on the server side in
advance.
license
The network player does not
respond
• There is a large number of files in the list
and processing takes time
• Multiple servers are starting or updating
information
The network player no longer responds
to operations
Wait until the process finishes.
Press the RESTART button on the remote
controller to restart the network player.
Correct the network connections.
• The connection has been blocked by the Allow communication with the unit.
firewall
Cannot find the server
BASIC
OPERATION
The server is not running
Start the server.
The server has not authenticated the unit
Authenticate the unit on the server side. (See page 6)
The unit does not recognize the server
Obtain the server list again. (See page 15)
The number of registrations on the server Delete servers that you no longer require from the list.
(See page 15)
list has reached 50
ADVANCED
OPERATION
This is not a malfunction.
Takes time for the file list to There is a large number of files in the list
display
During random play, the larger the number of files in
the server, the longer it takes to display the file list.
Reduce the number of connected servers (to about
four) or reduce the number of files registered on the
server (to about 5,000).
Cannot obtain the file list
It may take some time for the server to create the
file list.
If that is the case, wait until the list creation has
finished.
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Takes time to play or change to • The file size is large
the next file
• DRM-protected content is being played
The server is creating the file list
TROUBLESHOOTING
• The number of files that can be registered Limit the number of files and file formats to the range
that can be registered by the server.
by the server has been exceeded
• Characters that are not supported by the For details, see the server's user guide.
server are used in areas such as the file
name
Cannot play even though the The server does not support this file Only files whose formats are supported by both the
unit and the server can be played.
file format is supported for format
See the server's user guide.
playback
Playback breaks up
OTHERS
• There is not enough network bandwidth Communication in a network may become congested.
Stop the communication of the other devices, or
• The file bit rate is too high
redesign your network environment.
If you use wireless communication, then the required
bandwidth is larger than that required for the actual
communication.
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Authorization Error
Copyright information of this file may DTCP-IP authentication failed
be invalid.
DRM Error
DRM denied authorization to selected WM-DRM authentication failed
media
These messages disappear a few seconds after they are displayed.
Message
DRM Network Error
Verify that your network equipment, WM-DRM authentication failed
such as routers and hubs, are properly
setup.
DRM Connection Limit
Number of devices connected to this WM-DRM authentication failed
server has reached the authorized
limit.
Action
BASIC SETTINGS
Verify that your network equipment, DTCP-IP authentication failed
such as routers and hubs, are properly
setup.
Browsing authorization denied
Windows Media Player canceled the unit's authentication.
Invalid Operation
An invalid operation was performed.
Preparing to Playback
It takes 4 or more seconds from the key input to the start of playback.
DRM Error
Can not resume playback
Resume play was attempted on a server that does not support resume. After
the message is displayed, playback starts from the beginning.
The media license is invalid. Revalidate WM-DRM authentication failed
this license on the server.
Network settings
Invalid Entry
No media Contents
There is nothing within the hierarchy
Unable to retrieve the list
Failed to obtain the list.
Network settings
System will restart to apply network The system will be restarted to apply the settings.
changes
Restarting
Restarting is in progress.
System Reset
System will restart
The system will be restarted after resetting the settings.
Software Updates
System will restart
The system will be restarted after performing the system
setup.
Select Playlist
Your Playlist is full
The number of playlist registrations has already reached
100.
Select Playlist
Could not add some items _ Playlist Some content could not be registered because the number of
playlist registrations has reached the limit. (When registering
full
playlists with specified categories)
Message
Status
Starting Server
Establishing Server Connection...
The server is starting.
Starting Server
Failed to connect to server
The server that was starting did not start after 5 minutes.
Starting Server
Can not connect to server
Failed to start the server with WakeOnLAN.
Authorization Error
Not authorized to browse this server
An unauthenticated server was selected.
Retrieving List
Unable to retrieve the list
While browsing a server, communication with all servers or
the target server was lost.
Could not obtain information even though the server was
browsed.
Detailed Information
Can not find the requested information Attempted to display detailed information from the list, but
could not obtain the related information.
Playback Error
Failed to play media content
Playback of the playing content could not proceed, or could
not play at all after moving to the playback screen.
List Update
Updating the List
The server playback list was updated.
Playback Error
No media Contents under one hierarchy There is no playable content in the hierarchy.
Playback Error
Unsupported media type
Authorization Error
Verify authorization of selected media DTCP-IP authentication failed
on server
Content in an unsupported format was played
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
Dialog Box Title
TROUBLESHOOTING
Dialog boxes are closed by selecting “OK” or “ABORT,” and depending on the case, the screen may return to
the top menu or the previous screen.
OTHERS
DIALOG BOX MESSAGE
When network values were entered, the entered values
were invalid
SCREEN MENUS
POPUP MESSAGES
Status
Authorization Error
NETWORK PLAYER NOTIFICATIONS
A popup message or dialog box may appear from the network player to give notification about an operation.
In such cases, refer to the following.
Message
BASIC
OPERATION
Dialog Box Title
ADVANCED
OPERATION
OTHERS
CONNECTION
ENGLISH
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ENGLISH
CONNECTION
GLOSSARY
Default Gateway:
This device is the entry and exit point between an internal network and an external network (Internet, etc.).
DHCP:
BASIC SETTINGS
An abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. This function assigns IP addresses automatically
to network devices.
DLNA:
SCREEN MENUS
An abbreviation of Digital Living Network Alliance. An industry group that was established to decide
specifications for the mutual connection of audio visual devices and computers in a home network and the
mutual utilization of music, photo and video data. This unit is based on DLNA Home Networked Device
Interoperability Guidelines v1.0.
DNS:
TRADEMARKS
Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows Media™ are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States.
Windows Media DRM
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such
technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft.
Content owners use Windows medeia digital rights management technology (WMDRM) to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses WMDRM software to access WMDRM-protected
content, If the WMDRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask Microsoft to revoke the
software's ability to use WMDRM to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not affect unprotected
content. When you download licenses for protected content, you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation
list with the licenses. Content owners may require you to upgrade WMDRM to access theri content. If you
decline an upgrade, you will not be able to access content that requires the upgrade.
An abbreviation of Domain Name System. A system that matches host names on the Internet to IP
addresses.
DTCP-IP:
BASIC
OPERATION
This system transmits content in a copyright protected-status on an IP network such as a home LAN. When
devices that support DTCP-IP are connected together, copyright-protected files can be transmitted over a
network and played.
IP Address:
An identification number that is assigned to each network device.
DLNA CERTIFIEDTM Audio/Video/Image Player
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the
Digital Living Network Alliance.
This product uses DynaFont. DynaFont is a registered trademark of DynaComware Taiwan Inc.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
LAN:
An abbreviation of Local Area Network. A wired or wireless network that connects devices together.
This product contains software that is licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser
General Public License (LGPL).
MAC Address:
A unique identification number for network devices such as LAN cards.
NAS:
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
An abbreviation of Network Attached Storage. A single-function server that integrates elements such as a
hard disk, network interface and OS.
Subnet Mask:
TROUBLESHOOTING
A 32-bit value that defines which bits in an IP address are reserved for a network address for identifying
the network.
Windows Media Player 11:
Media playback and sharing software that can be downloaded from the Microsoft Corporation website. You
can use this software if your computer's operating system is Windows Vista or Windows XP SP2.
OTHERS
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If you contact the Marantz Support Center, we will provide you with a CD-ROM of the source code that is
used, charging only the actual expenses involved. However, note that we make no guarantees concerning the
source code. Please also understand that we do not offer support for the contents of the source code.
End user license agreements for the software used in the unit
Reference
Linux
uCLinux
busybox
ccahe
binutils
gcc-lib
ext2root
libiconv
elf2flt
GDB
genext2fs
genromfs
mtd
madwifi
Exhibit A
uClibc
iconv
Exhibit B
expat
Exhibit C
FreeType
Exhibit D
Exhibit E
libpng
Exhibit F
Zlib
Exhibit G
Exhibit H
libtremor
Exhibit I
STLport
Exhibit J
OTHERS
Libtiff
TROUBLESHOOTING
libjpeg
ADVANCED
SETTINGS
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Software
BASIC SETTINGS
This product uses GPL/LGPL software and software made by other companies.
After you purchase this product, you may procure, modify or distribute the source code of the GPL/LGPL
software that is used in the product.
SCREEN MENUS
License information for the software used in the unit
BASIC
OPERATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
CONNECTION
ENGLISH
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Exhibit A
GPL
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
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all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation's software and to any other program
whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered by the GNU Lesser General
Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.
When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make
sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive
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you know you can do these things.
To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the
rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it.
For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights
that you have. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. And you must show them these terms
so they know their rights.
We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software, and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal permission
to copy, distribute and/or modify the software.
Also, for each author's protection and ours, we want to make certain that everyone understands that there is no warranty for
this free software. If the software is modified by someone else and passed on, we want its recipients to know that what they
have is not the original, so that any problems introduced by others will not reflect on the original authors' reputations.
Finally, any free program is threatened constantly by software patents. We wish to avoid the danger that redistributors of a
free program will individually obtain patent licenses, in effect making the program proprietary. To prevent this, we have made
it clear that any patent must be licensed for everyone's free use or not licensed at all.
The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and modification follow.
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Exhibit B
LGPL
GNU LIBRARY GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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Copyright (C) 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA Everyone
is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. [This is the first
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When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make
sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive
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To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the
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Our method of protecting your rights has two steps: (1) copyright the library, and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal
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