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Russound MBX-PRE Product Manual
MBX-PRE
Streaming Media Player
Installation Manual
LOCKDOWN FEATURE
NOTICE:
IF YOU ARE NOT A RUSSOUND CERTIFIED INSTALLER,
YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO INSTALL AND CONFIGURE THIS PRODUCT
INTERNET CONNECTION REQUIRED FOR PRODUCT INSTALLATION
There are two things that must be done at the time of installation of this product that require a working internet connection:
1. Enter valid Russound Certified Installer credentials. The MBX-PRE is shipped in a locked state. It cannot be operated
without first being configured by a Russound Certified Installer.
If you are a custom installation professional and wish to become authorized as a Russound Certified Installer, please contact
your Russound Sales Representative for more information.
Note: If you are a Russound Certified Installer and you plan on installing this product on a job site that may not have working
internet access, please configure the unit at your shop or other location where internet access is available BEFORE you take it to
the job site.
2. Firmware may be updated easily through Web Config configuration. An internet connection is required for obtaining
the most recent firmware.
Note: If an internet connection will not be available at the place of installation, please download the latest firmware from the
Russound website to a laptop before going to the job site.
Lockdown Feature
MBX-PRE
Russound Certified Installer credentials must be entered
through the Web Config configuration web pages.
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When the MBX-PRE is shipped from Russound, it will only
operate in a "locked" state. In this state, no audio or control is
available. In order to unlock the system, valid Russound Certified
Installer credentials must be entered using our convenient Web
Config browser-based configuration utility.
When the MBX-PRE is first powered on, a message will appear
on any compatible user interfaces and the MyRussound App
indicating that the device must be unlocked. The message
will contain the IP address of the controller. Using your mobile
device or computer, browse to the controller’s IP address (type
http:// and then the IP address).
If you are using the MyRussound App, the IP address appears
as a link that will direct you to Web Config via your local web
browser.
If you do not have a valid Russound Certified Installer
credential, please contact your Russound Sales Representative.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS / PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Table of Contents
Features
Product Overview................................................................................ 3
Web Configuration.............................................................................. 4
Ethernet Connection and Factory Reset...................................... 5
Installation Overview.......................................................................... 6
Installation and First Time Setup..............................................8-11
Configuration................................................................................ 12-17
Troubleshooting.................................................................................18
Audio Connection with MCA-Series Controllers.....................19
Additional Connection Diagrams.................................................20
Network Best Practices.....................................................................21
Technical Specifications...................................................................22
Safety Instructions.............................................................................23
Limited Warranty................................................................................25
• Independent streaming audio player
Product Overview
The MBX-PRE Streaming Audio Player is designed to offer a
simple-to-install and simple-to-configure streaming media
solution to add high quality streaming audio content to any
audio system. The MBX-PRE can be used as a single stereo
audio streaming source for a single room, or supply a single
audio stream to a larger whole-house system through its
easy-to-use analog line-level/digital (coax/optical) outputs.
The MBX-PRE allows for expansion to up to 32 streaming
rooms of audio in a single installation with any combination
of other MBX-Series® streaming products from Russound.
When paired with a Russound multi-room controller, system
expansion is possible up to 8 independent audio sources
and up to 48 total rooms of audio.
• Built-in AirPlay streaming with full metadata to iOS/
Android apps or XTSPlus touchscreens
• Built-in Chromecast for Audio support with full metadata
to iOS/Android apps or XTSPlus touchscreens
• Bluetooth Audio
• Hi-Res audio streaming support up to 24-bit/192 kHz
• USB for Flash or external USB Hard drive-based music
collections
• Digital (PCM) and Analog Stereo Inputs
• Digital or analog output
• Can be integrated (as a source) with a Russound multiroom system or standalone (as a zone) when used with any
brand of amplifier or receiver
• Controllable with the MyRussound App and fully
compatible with the Russound XTSPlus in-wall touchscreen
• Bass, Treble, and Loudness settings available through the
MyRussound App
• Supports local favorites
• Onboard browser-based configuration, accessible from a
smartphone or tablet
• Mix and match with other MBX-Series® components for
versatile system designs
In addition to offering streaming audio from popular internet
sources, the MBX-PRE also offers streaming of local UPnP™compliant audio. In addition, a built-in USB port allows
users to connect an external flash drive or an externallypowered USB hard drive for use as additional music sources.
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WEB CONFIGURATION
Key Programming Features
The MBX-PRE has a programming feature called Web
Config. Web Config is an onboard hosted web page used
for unlocking and configuring the MBX-PRE. Web Config
can be accessed by entering the IP address or Hostname in
any web browser on a smartphone, tablet, or laptop that is
connected to the same network as the MBX-PRE. Using Web
Config, the MBX-PRE can be completely configured, quickly
and easily, from the palm of your hand.
For more information, refer to the installation manual of your
specific Russound controller.
Web Config Features
• General Network Configuration (DHCP/static IP)
• Firmware Updates
• Zone or Source Mode
• Assign Device Name
• Zone/Source Volume Trim
• Set AirPlay Password
Web Config status page.
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ETHERNET CONNECTION AND FACTORY RESET
Ethernet Connection
Factory Reset
The Ethernet connection is used for configuration and
programming as well as for enabling control via the
MyRussound App or the XTSPlus Touchscreen. The default
network setting is DHCP-enabled, but the MBX-PRE can be
configured with a static IP address using the Web Config
software. The Ethernet connection is also used for the builtin streaming services and for playing any music stored on
connected network drives using UPnP.
The factory reset button has three functions. A 1-second
press will initiate a device reboot. A 3-second press and hold
will restore network settings to DHCP. A 10-second press
and hold will completely reset the MBX-PRE to its factory
default settings.
LAN
USB
Trigger
Out
Audio In
Analog
Digital
Note: Performing a factory reset will restore the unit to its
factory default settings and put MBX-PRE in Zone mode.
The unit will require valid Russound Certified Installer
credentials in order to be unlocked and configured again.
The factory reset will also delete all personal information
including service account settings and passwords.
Audio Out
Digital
Line Out
Ethernet port
12VDC 1.25A
Factory Reset
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INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
The MBX-PRE can be mounted on a table-top or shelf, but can
also be mounted in a rack by using a 2U or larger rack shelf. A
2U or larger rack shelf is required to assure that there is proper
ventilation and airflow above the unit.
Important Considerations
1. Disconnect the power cord before making any wiring
connections to the MBX-PRE.
2. Verify that all connections and polarity are correct.
3. Keep all power cords away from all signal cables to prevent
humming caused by induced noise.
4. Label wires appropriately, on both ends of the wire run.
5. Avoid running signal cables close to house electrical wiring
for any distance. If you have to run them parallel, make sure to
space the wires at least two feet from the AC line. If you need
to cross an AC line it should be at a 90° angle.
Step 1.
Connect the appropriate audio output of the MBX-PRE to
your system using either the analog connection (stereo linelevel RCA), or one of the digital outputs (coax or optical).
Note: Connection cables are NOT included with the MBX-PRE.
Step 2.
Connect the 12vDC power cable barrel plug into the Power
connection on the rear of the MBX-PRE.
1. The external power supply included with the MBX-PRE
is shipped with a US power adapter attached. Additional
adapters are included for Euro, UK, and Australian plugs.
To change the adapter, depress and slide the tab as shown
below and remove the existing adapter. The new adapter
will snap in place as shown below.
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The MBX-PRE will take about 30 seconds to fully power
up. When ready, the front panel LED will illuminate either
green or yellow. Green means that a network connection
has been made and yellow means that the unit is ready
but not connected to a wired or wi-fi network. See below
for Network Connection information.
Step 3. Network Connections
The MBX-PRE requires a network connection in order to
use the MyRussound app or an XTSPlus touchscreen for
system control. The network connection is also used for
accessing all streaming audio sources other than Bluetooth
or any connected USB drives. The MBX-PRE works with
Wired Ethernet connections (preferred) or with wireless
connections using Wi-Fi.
A. Wired Ethernet Connection (Preferred)
Connect an Ethernet cable from an open network port to
the port labeled “LAN” on the rear of the MBX-PRE. The
front panel LED of the MBX-PRE will turn green when the
network connection is successfully established.
Note: If using Chromecast (Recommended), open your Google
Home app on your phone/tablet and follow the prompts to add your
MBX-AMP to your list of devices.
B. Wi-Fi Connections
The MBX-PRE can be connected to the network utilizing
Wi-Fi. There are four ways to configure the Wi-Fi settings.
The easiest method is using a phone/tablet to transfer
existing Wi-Fi settings.
Option B1 (Recommended for all systems)
The MBX-PRE can be quickly added to an existing Wi-Fi
network by utilizing the Google Home app. The Google
Home app is also used to configure the MBX-PRE’s for
Chromecast Built-in for Audio. If you do not yet have the
Google Home app on your device, download and install it
from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
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Open the Google Home app and it will automatically
discover the MBX-PRE* on your network. It will be listed as
“MBX-PRE-XXXX”, with XXXX being the last 4 digits of the
MAC ID of the MBX-PRE.
Sample Google Home screen
showing a newly discovered MBX-PRE
1. From the Google Home app, find your MBX-PRE either on
the main screen or under “Devices” and choose “Set Up”.
2. Choose a name for the MBX-PRE. The name you choose
will be name that is visible within the MyRussound app
and any other network based interface to identify the
MBX-PRE. There is a list of possible room names as well
as an option to use a custom name “Add a custom room”.
3. If you are using the MBX-PRE as a source device such as
with a controller or multizone receiver, it is important to
identify the MBX-PRE as a source rather than name it as a
particular room. Suggested names are:
Jane's Streamer
Jane's Music
Streamer
Bill's Streamer
Bill's Music
Streamer 2
Her Streamer
MBX-PRE
Stream 1
His Streamer
MBX-PRE 1
Stream 2
4. If you are using the MBX-PRE as a dedicated source for
a particular room of the home, we suggest naming the
MBX-PRE as that particular room, such as “Kitchen”.
5. After selecting the name, the next step is connecting
to Wi-Fi. Choose the Wi-Fi network you would like
to connect to, or enter the appropriate connection
information manually and follow the prompts to
continue. The MBX-PRE will attempt to connect to the
selected network and the front panel LED will turn green
when the connection is successful.
Option B2 (iOS devices only)
1. From an iOS device that is on the Wi-Fi network that
you would like to use with the MBX-PRE, go to Settings –
Wi-Fi – Set up new Airplay speaker. The MBX-PRE will be
listed there as “MBX-PRE-XXXX” with XXXX being the last
4 digits of the MAC ID.
2. Select the MBX-PRE you want to configure.
3. Rename the MBX-PRE depending on how and where
it will be used. Please refer to the suggested naming
instructions above.
4. Follow the prompts to connect to the appropriate WiFi network.
5. The MBX-PRE will attempt to connect to the selected
network and the front panel LED will turn green when the
connection is successful.
*During the setup process, the MBX-PRE will play a tone in order
to confirm that you are configuring the proper device. Because
the MBX-PRE is a pre-amplifier, it must be connected to an active
amplifier or to the active selected source input of a receiver or
controller in order for the tone to be heard.
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Option B3 (Using a soft access point)
The MBX-PRE will broadcast an SSID of “MBX-PRE-XXXX.
h013"” with XXXX being the last 4 digits of the MAC ID of
the device.
1. From your phone/tablet connect to the MBX-PRE-XXXX.
h013 Wi-Fi network.
2. From a browser on your phone/tablet, navigate to
“http://192.168.255.249” to access the Web Config page
of your MBX-PRE. You can access the network settings
by navigating to Admin-Networking. It is recommended
to use “Automatic” as the Networking Type. Select the
Wi-Fi network you would like to connect to and enter the
appropriate password.
3. Select “Apply” to apply the new settings and the MBXPRE will reboot and attempt to connect to the Wi-Fi
network. The front panel LED of the MBX-PRE will turn
green when a successful connection has been made.
Option B4 (Configuring using a wired connection)
Connect the MBX-PRE to the network using a wired
connection and then use Web Config to access the MBXPRE settings and enter the appropriate network SSID and
password settings. These settings are accessed in the
Admin-Networking section.
Network Connection Type
The first selection to make is the type of network connection
you would like to use. There are three possible options:
Automatic (Default) – Automatic is the preferred setting
for almost all systems. When set to “automatic”, either a
wired or wireless connection can be used and the MBX-PRE
will prioritize the wired connection whenever it is present. If
a wired connection is not available, the MBX-PRE will use the
currently configured Wi-Fi settings to attempt to connect to
the network.
Wired – When set to “Wired”, the Wi-Fi connection will be
disabled. The only connection method available will be the
Wired Ethernet connection. This option is recommended
for all rack-based installations or whenever Wi-Fi network
pollution might be an issue and you want to reduce the
number of available Wi-Fi devices in the local environment.
Wi-Fi – When set to “Wi-Fi”, the Wired Ethernet connection
will be disabled. This setting should only be used in
environments when you want to disable physical access to
the network connection such as a commercial installation.
This setting is NOT recommended for typical usage.
First Time Setup
The first time that a user navigates to the MBX-PRE Web
Config page, Web Config will open automatically in First
Time Setup mode.
First Time Setup is designed to help configure a few basic
system settings as well as to provide for a quick method of
enabling Chromecast Built-in for Audio.
Using a web browser from any device (phone, tablet, or
computer) that is on the same network as the MBX-PRE,
navigate to the MBX-PRE’s Web Config page by entering
one of the following:
1. MBX-PRE IP address – Example: if the IP address is
192.168.0.105, enter http://192.168.0.105 into the web
browser. If you don’t know the IP address, you can use
a network scanning app such as Fing (Free for iOS and
Android) to discover the IP address.
2. MBX-PRE Hostname – The hostname is printed on a label
on the bottom of the MBX-PRE. The hostname is formatted
as MBX-PRE-XXXX where XXXX is the last four digits of
the MBX-PRE’s MAC ID. Example: If the hostname is MBXPRE-1234, enter http://MBX-PRE-1234 into the web browser.
Device Name
The first item you will see on the first time setup screen is
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the device name. The default device name is the hostname
MBX-PRE-XXXX. If you edited the name using Google
Home, or in your Apple configuration in the Installation
steps above, the name will be whatever you entered. The
name can be edited here or changed at any time in the
future using Web Config.
Option 1 – (Source Mode) MBX-PRE connected to a
multiroom audio system or controller - If the MBX-PRE is
being used as a source device that is available in multiple
rooms of a home, we recommend naming it as a streamer
such as “Streamer 1”, “Streamer 2”, etc, or ideally, if there is
an MBX-PRE for every occupant of the home, we recommend
naming it “Bob’s Streamer”, “Mary’s Streamer”, etc.
Option 2 – (Zone Mode) MBX-PRE dedicated for use
in a particular room/rooms – If the MBX-PRE is being used
to send audio to a dedicated room or area in a home, we
recommend naming it for the room/area, such as “Kitchen”,
“Master Bedroom”, “Patio”, etc.
Ethernet connection if available. If a wired connection is
not available, it will attempt to connect to the last properly
configured Wi-Fi network. Because it works with both types
of connections and prioritizes wired whenever it is available,
the “automatic” setting is always recommended.
When set to “Wired”, the MBX-PRE’s Wi-Fi radio will be
disabled. The only way to connect the MBX-PRE to a network
will be by use of the Wired Ethernet connection.
When set to “Wireless”, the MBX-PRE will disable the
Ethernet port and will only be able to connect to a network
using Wi-Fi.
The name you choose will be the name that is visible within
the MyRussound app when controlling the MBX-PRE and
also the name that will appear in apps when attempting to
cast or stream audio from a phone or tablet.
The name can be changed at any time.
Networking
Because the MBX-PRE is already on the network (or you
wouldn’t be able to get to the First Time Setup screen), the
primary reason for making a change on this page is if you
have connected via a wired connection and want to input
a Wi-Fi configuration SSID and password to use the MBXPRE with Wi-Fi. It is also possible to modify DHCP settings
here and set a static IP for either the wired connection,
the wireless connection, or both. These settings can be
changed again at any time in Web Config.
Type – The default type of networking is automatic. This
is recommended for almost all installations. When set to
“automatic”, the MBX-PRE will always prioritize a Wired
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Adding Wi-Fi configuration info
Date and Time
Under “Wireless”, choose “Select Wi-Fi”. A list of available
Wi-Fi networks will appear. If you would like to manually
enter an SSID and password, simply select “Enter Manual
SSID” from the choices and enter the network configuration
information following the user prompts.
From the drop-down menu’s select the country where the
MBX-PRE is located as well as the region. This information
will allow the MBX-PRE to automatically keep its date and
time information accurate at all times.
Note: If you enter new Wi-Fi information here and apply the
changes, your MBX-PRE will attempt to connect to that Wi-Fi
network and its network IP address will change. If necessary,
enter the new IP address or hostname in your browser again
in order to return to the First Time Setup screen.
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Firmware Update
Lockdown Feature
The MBX-PRE will automatically verify if it is running the
most up-to-date firmware. If it is, you’ll see the message
“Software is up to date”. Otherwise, select the update to get
the latest firmware. It is ALWAYS recommended to run the
most recent available firmware on your MBX-PRE and other
Russound devices.
When the MBX-PRE is shipped from Russound, it will only
operate in a "locked" state. In this state, no audio or control
is available. In order to unlock the system, valid Russound
Certified Installer credentials must be entered using our
convenient Web Config browser-based configuration utility.
If you do not have a valid Russound Certified Installer
credential, please contact your Russound Sales
Representative.
Updating the unit will not erase any of the settings or
configuration steps that you have already done.
Note: If you are a Russound Certified Installer and you plan
on installing this product on a job site that may not have
working internet access, please configure the unit at your
shop or other location where internet access is available
BEFORE you take it to the job site.
Select “Done” to exit the First Time Setup menu and
the MBX-PRE will take you to Status Page for further
configuration steps. The first step in the Status Page is
unlocking the product for use.
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CONFIGURATION
The MBX-PRE has two different modes of operation:
Source mode and Zone mode.
Source mode is used for connecting an MBX-PRE as an audio
source to a Russound C-Series or MCA-Series controller.
Zone mode is used for connecting an MBX-PRE as a
streaming audio player with an amplifier or receiver.
Option 1.
Configuring the MBX-PRE as an audio source with a
Russound MCA-Series controller
Step 2.
Naming the MBX-PRE – Enter the desired name for this
MBX-PRE. This name will be visible to end users in the list
of available Apple AirPlay devices, Chromecast Built-in for
audio and Spotify Connect devices for users to select when
streaming from a phone, tablet, or computer. For example,
an appropriate name when using the MBX-PRE with an
MCA-66 controller as Source 4 might be “Streamer”. An
appropriate name when using the MBX-PRE in Zone Mode
might be "Kitchen" or "Living Room"
Step 3.
AirPlay Password (Optional) - If you want to use an AirPlay
password to limit access for AirPlay users to stream audio to
this MBX-PRE, enter an AirPlay password and select “Apply”.
This same password must be entered on any iOS device
when using Apple AirPlay to stream audio to the MBX-PRE.
If you do not want to use a password to control access to
AirPlay, leave the AirPlay Password field blank.
Step 4.
Configuring the Russound Controller –
Note: This step shows the basic configuration when using
an MCA-Series controller such as the MCA-66 or MCA-88
(Firmware Version 4.0 or higher is needed).
1. Navigate to the Web Config page of the Russound
Controller. It may be available by selecting on the dropdown menu in the top right hand section of the MBXPRE’s Web Config page.
Step 1.
Operating Mode Selection - In the MBX-PRE Web Config,
navigate to Setup in the menu options. Under Device
Settings, choose “Source Mode” as shown above. Once
"Source Mode" has been selected, identify the source
number that corresponds to the input source number of
the Russound controller. For example, if the MBX-PRE is
connected to Source 4 on the controller, choose “4” and
select OK.
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If the controller is not visible in the drop-down list, navigate
to the controller’s Web Config page by entering the
controller's IP address or hostname in your web browser
(a controller’s hostname is normally located on a label
concealed under the controller's removable front panel).
2. From the controller’s Web Config page, navigate to the
Setup > Source Settings page.
• Enter a name for the MBX-PRE in the appropriate Source
Name field that corresponds to the name that you
entered for the MBX-PRE when you configured its name.
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The name you enter for the controller source name is the
name that will be visible to users when selecting a source
from the MyRussound app or the XTSPlus touchscreen.
3. After naming the source, select ‘Edit’ next to the source.
• Under Source Information, select the Device Type drop
down. Then select Russound Media Streamer
• Depending on the controller model and the source you
have selected, you may have additional options such as
the Audio Input type (Analog, Digital Coax, or Optical).
• Adjust the Volume Trim if desired. The Volume Trim is
used to allow compensation from one audio source to
another so that volume levels do not jump within a room
when different audio sources are selected on a controller.
For example, certain audio devices such as a CD/DVD
player may have a higher audio level than another device.
You can use the volume trim levels to adjust the levels of
every source on your Russound controller
• Select Done when finished.
Congratulations! Your MBX-PRE is now fully configured to
work with your Russound Controller.
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Step 2.
Option 2.
Using the MBX-PRE as a streaming audio player
with an amplifier or receiver (Zone Mode)
Naming the MBX-PRE – The name you choose will be visible
to all users in the MyRussound App or other user interface
when selecting the zone or room that they wish to control.
Suggested names when the MBX-PRE is configured as a
zone include such names as:
Master Bedroom
Dining Room
Guest Room
Billy's Room
Patio
Office
Great Room
Pool
Bath
Kitchen
Veranda
Media Room
This name will be visible to end users in the list of available
Apple AirPlay devices, Chromecast built-in for audio and
Spotify Connect devices for users to select when streaming
from a phone, tablet, or computer.
Step 3.
AirPlay Password (Optional) - If you want to use an AirPlay
password to limit access for AirPlay users to stream audio to
this MBX-PRE, enter an AirPlay password and select “Apply”.
This same password must be entered on any iOS device
when using Apple AirPlay to stream audio to this MBX-PRE.
If you do not want to use a password to control access to
AirPlay, leave the AirPlay Password field blank.
Step 4.
Step 1.
Operating Mode Selection - In the MBX-PRE Web Config,
navigate to Setup in the menu options. Under Device
Settings, choose Zone Mode. Once Zone Mode has been
selected, additional configuration options will be displayed.
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Adjusting the Volume Trim (Optional) - The Volume Trim is
used to allow compensation from one audio source to another
so that volume levels do not jump within a room when
different audio sources are selected on a receiver or amplifier
that allows switching of more than one audio source. If you
are using the MBX-PRE with a single-input stereo amplifier,
the Volume Trim does not need to be adjusted.
Step 5.
Line Output Settings – If using the analog line-level
outputs of the MBX-PRE, you may select from either Variable
(Default) or Fixed. The appropriate setting will depend
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on how the MBX-PRE is being used within your particular
audio system. Note that this setting will only affect the
analog output. Both digital outputs (coax and optical) are
unaffected by changes to this setting and always operate in
Fixed mode.
Congratulations! Your MBX-PRE is now fully configured to
work with your amplifier or receiver.
Firmware Updates
By default, the MBX-PRE will search periodically for any
available firmware updates. When an update is available,
the update process will happen automatically with no
need for any user interactions. In order to minimize any
disruption to the enjoyment of the Russound audio system,
the update time can be set in the Admin-Firmware Update
section of Web Config. You can set the Update Time to any
time when the system is unlikely to be in use. For example,
3:18 AM is a time when most audio systems are unlikely to
be in use. Set the time as appropriate for your particular
installation.
Power
As an advanced networking device, the MBX-PRE is
designed to be left on at all times. This allows instant access
to your favorite streaming audio sources at any time and
is especially useful due to the fact that most installations
involve locating the MBX-PRE in remote locations of the
home where it would be difficult to know if it is powered on
or off or to know its current status.
The MBX-PRE has several options for entering a low-power
mode after a specified period of time without being in use.
These options are configurable in the “Setup” section of
WebConfig.
After the number of minutes configured in "Idle Timeout"
in the Admin section of Web Config has passed without any
active audio source in use, the MBX-PRE will enter network
standby mode automatically. In this mode, the power
consumption of the device will be 1.9W.
Dynamic and Static IP Addresses
The MBX-PRE can be configured with either a dynamic
DHCP address (Default) or a static IP address. This setting
is available for both the Wired Ethernet connection and
the Wi-Fi Ethernet connection. While the setting for a static
IP address is available, Russound recommends using a
dynamic DHCP address and setting up DHCP reservations
on the network router to get all of the benefits of a static IP
address but with the added benefit of being able to control
or modify any IP addresses from a single location.
Note: Any time that the IP address is changed or modified in
WebConfig, you will need to re-navigate in your browser to
the NEW IP address of the MBX-PRE.
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Configuring Streaming Service Accounts
(Optional)
Spotify® – Spotify account credentials are entered in the Spotify
app on your phone, tablet, or PC. No additional information
needs to be entered on the MBX-PRE. Note that the MBXPRE Device Name that you set in Web Config will be the same
name that appears in the Spotify Connect menu as an available
selection, for example “Kitchen”, “Bedroom”, “Patio”, etc. This
same name is also the name used when connecting to the MBXPRE via Apple AirPlay.
SiriusXM® – SiriusXM account credentials are entered by using
the MyRussound App or a connected Russound XTSPlus in-wall
touchscreen. Select the MBX-PRE as the active audio source
and then choose “SiriusXM” from its menu. If no account
information has been entered, a login screen will be displayed.
vTuner® – No account information is needed to access vTuner
internet radio. If you wish to associate an MBX-PRE with a
vTuner account so that you can share vTuner favorites across
multiple devices, you can select “Get Access Code” from the
MBX-PRE vTuner menu and enter that code at http://russound.
vtuner.com to associate an MBX-PRE with your vTuner account.
TuneIn® – No account information is needed to access TuneIn
internet radio. If you wish to associate an MBX-PRE with a
TuneIn account so that you can share TuneIn favorites across
multiple devices, you can select “Account Association” from
the MBX-PRE TuneIn menu and enter that code in your account
settings page at http://www.tunein.com to associate an MBXPRE with your TuneIn account.
Deezer® – A Deezer subscription is required to use Deezer on your
device. First, head to deezer.com/offers and sign up to start your
free trial*. Next, Deezer account credentials are entered by using
the MyRussound app or a connected Russound XTSPlus in-wall
touchscreen. Select the MBX-PRE as the active audio source and
then choose “Deezer” from its menu. If no account information
has been entered previously, a login screen will be displayed.
*terms and conditions apply
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Listening to AirPlay Streaming
The MBX-PRE supports Apple's AirPlay technology. AirPlay
enables you to listen to your iTunes library or other audio
content from any AirPlay-enabled Apple device through
the MBX-PRE. With AirPlay, your iOS device becomes
anextension of your audio system.
MBX-PRE – Zone Mode
When the MBX-PRE is used in Zone Mode, using AirPlay will
instantly turn on the MBX-PRE and start playing music from
your phone, tablet, or computer.
When AirPlay is selected from iTunes or an iOS mobile
device, the MBX-PRE will activate and select the internal
streamer as the source.
When the MBX-PRE is actively streaming AirPlay, the volume
control on the MBX-PRE and the AirPlay-enabled device are
linked, which means a change in volume on the AirPlayenabled device will also change the volume level of the
MBX-PRE and vice versa.
MBX-PRE – Source Mode
When the MBX-PRE is used in Source Mode with a Russound
controller, AirPlay must be configured to a primary zone
on the controller in order to allow easy access for AirPlay
to instantly turn on the zone and start playing music from
your phone, tablet, or computer. By default on Russound
controllers, Zone 1 is the primary AirPlay zone.
When AirPlay is selected from iTunes or an iOS mobile
device, the Russound controller will turn the primary AirPlay
zone on and select the internal streamer of the MBX-PRE as
the active audio source.
When the MBX-PRE is actively streaming AirPlay, the volume
control for the primary AirPlay zone and that of the AirPlayenabled device are linked, which means that a change in
volume on the AirPlay-enabled device will also change the
zone volume level on the Russound controller and vice
versa.
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CONFIGURATION
AirPlay Password
Using Quick Access Buttons
The MBX-PRE supports an optional AirPlay password feature
that when set, requires a password in order for an iOS device
to stream to the MBX-PRE using AirPlay. You’ll find the
AirPlay password settings using Web Config in the “Setup”
tab.
The MBX-PRE has two front-panel buttons for quick access
to up to 2 favorite audio sources. The buttons operate like
radio preset buttons. Press and hold one of the buttons
to store the currently playing selection. A quick tap of that
button will let you quickly access and start playing that
selection again at any time.
Under AirPlay Password, enter the desired password. When
a password has been configured, any time that the MBXPRE is selected from the list of available AirPlay devices, a
message will appear on the iOS device, prompting for the
AirPlay password. Once the correct password is entered,
the iOS device can successfully stream music to the MBXPRE. The iOS device will retain the password for future use.
DHCP Reset
A DHCP Reset can be performed using the factory reset
button on the rear panel of the MBX-PRE.
Multiple Streaming Products
Note that account settings are individual settings for
each MBX-PRE or other Russound MBX-Series® streaming
product. If you have multiple MBX-Series® devices, each
must be configured with the appropriate account login
information. This is done so that each device can have its
own independent user in a home so that users will not have
to share accounts or favorites with anyone else in the home.
The ideal installation is for each user in a home to have their
own personal MBX-Series® streaming device so that each
user always has access to their favorite music selections.
Using Bluetooth
In order to pair a Bluetooth device with the MBX-PRE, you
must enter Bluetooth Pairing Mode. To enter pairing mode,
press and hold the outermost buttons on the MBX-PRE front
panel (Favorite 1 and Volume Up) for a few seconds until
the front panel LED on the MBX-PRE blinks blue twice. The
MBX-PRE is now in pairing mode. Use your phone/tablets
Bluetooth pairing process to discover the MBX-PRE and
complete the pairing.
If your MBX-PRE cannot communicate on the network, you
can reset its DHCP connection by pressing and holding the
Reset button on the rear of the MBX-PRE for 3 seconds and
then releasing it. This will restore the MBX-PRE to a DHCP
connection from a static IP connection. This will also reset
the network connection type to "Automatic" so that a wired
Ethernet connection can easily be made. Performing the
DHCP reset will also delete Wi-Fi configuration information
so that the device can be configured for a new wireless
connection. Refer to “Wi-Fi Connections” on page 6 for more
information on connecting to a Wi-Fi network.
Factory Reset
For a full factory reset, erasing all configuration settings, and
re-locking the MBX-PRE:
Press and hold the Reset button on the rear of the MBXPRE for 10 seconds. The Red Status LED will light and the
MBX-PRE will reboot on its own.
Note: Performing a factory reset will restore the unit to its factory
default settings and put MBX-PRE in Zone mode. The unit will require
valid Russound Certified Installer credentials in order to be unlocked
and configured again. The factory reset will also delete all personal
information including service account settings and passwords.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
General Troubleshooting
This chart explains the operation of the LED:
System Status
Yellow
Green
Red
Blue
Purple
Cyan
ON
-
-
-
-
-
Ready
-
-
-
-
-
-
Streaming Source is Active
-
ON
-
-
-
-
Bluetooth Streaming
-
-
-
ON
-
-
Bluetooth Pairing
-
-
-
Blinking
-
-
Bluetooth Paused
-
-
-
Blinking
-
-
Digital Input Active
-
-
-
-
-
ON
Group/Party Mode
-
-
-
-
ON
-
Standby Mode
-
-
ON
-
-
-
Firmware Update
-
Blinking
-
-
-
-
Blinking
-
-
-
-
-
Booting
Network Error
Check for firmware updates available to make sure that your Russound
product is always up to date and to take advantage of any additional features
or supporting services that may be available.
Many issues can be resolved by power cycling the MBX-PRE by disconnecting
the power supply, waiting 15 seconds and re-connecting the power supply.
For networking issues, resetting network gear in the home such as the router
or any switches between the MBX-PRE and the router may also resolve any
issues.
If you have the MBX-PRE configured with a static IP address and do not
remember the settings, you can reset the MBX-PRE to DHCP by pressing and
holding the rear panel Reset button for 3 seconds. If there are any issues
reconnecting to the MBX-PRE after resetting to DHCP, unplug the MBX-PRE
from the network and re-connect it, or try power cycling the network router
to force a new DHCP connection.
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For audio connection issues, verify all audio
connections from the MBX-PRE to the
controller/amplifier/receiver. If connected to
a Russound controller, verify that the source
number configured on the MBX-PRE matches
the source number that has been configured
for it on the controller and that the input
source type matches the correct type being
used (analog, coax, or digital).
Configuration Password
Within Web Config, there is an option in the
Setup-Systems Settings menu to Enable/
Disable the Configuration Password. This
password is disabled by default but can be
enabled to prevent inadvertent changes to
the MBX-PRE configuration. This is a simple
password system to make certain that you
want to make changes to key configuration
settings before making changes.
The
password is static and cannot be changed.
The configuration password, when enabled,
is: russound123
When enabled, this password must be entered
in order to change any configuration settings.
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AUDIO CONNECTIONS WITH MCA-SERIES CONTROLLER
The MBX-PRE can be used with a Russound MCA-Series
controller and supported user interfaces to access all
features and provide amplification for speakers in multiple
locations.
Use the diagram below as an example of possible wiring
connections when using a Russound controller with your
MBX-PRE.
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ADDITIONAL CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
LAN
USB
Trigger
Out
Audio In
Analog
Digital
Audio Out
Digital
Line Out
WAN
Phone or Tablet
Wireless network
router
MBX-PRE
CAT-5
Trigger cable
RCA cable
Connection with D250LS amplifier
12VDC 1.25A
Connection with home theater receiver
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NETWORKING BEST PRACTICES
Networking Best Practices
Satellite Internet Service
Some of the most common problems can be caused by
network configuration and out-of-date firmware. Improper
network configuration can prevent MBX-Series® devices
from connecting and communicating on the network.
The first step for troubleshooting is to check networking
connections and power cycle the equipment to check for
proper communication.
A dedicated wireless 802.11n or 802.11ac compatible router
is recommended. The reason for this is that ISP supplied
modem/router combination devices may have incompatible
settings that can cause issues with MBX-Series devices
connecting or communicating across the network. It is
recommended not to use these modem/router combination
devices, because the end user may not have access to all
services of the device. The ISP may have sole control over
the device settings and send updates to reset, reinitialize, or
replace the device at their discretion.
Check for firmware updates available for your Russound
equipment to make sure they are up-to-date in order to
take advantage of any additional features and supported
services.
Use a network discovery and IP scanning application that
can assist to better understand the network, such as FING.
http://overlooksoft.com/FING is free and available for iOS
and Android and can assist in identifying devices on the
network and if there are any IP addressing conflicts.
Due to the inherent high-latency nature of Satellite Internet
Service, it is generally incompatible with reliable and
enjoyable audio streaming. Russound therefore does not
recommend utilizing any of its streaming audio solutions
in systems that rely solely on a satellite internet connection.
For installations where satellite internet service is the only
available option, Russound recommends using UPnPbased NAS drives, flash drives, or AirPlay/casting-type
solutions from a dedicated audio source rather than internet
streaming.
Bandwidth:
Audio streaming uses substantially less network bandwidth
than video streaming or large file transfers. Typical audio
streams range from 64 kbps to 160 kbps for most streaming
services and hi-res audio streams typically max out at 320
kbps. This compares to video streaming which will typically
range from 1.5 to 3 Mbps for SD, 5 Mbps or more for HD and
even 25 Mbps or higher for Ultra HD.
Video consumes much more bandwidth overall than audio.
Router Configuration:
A few routers may need additional configuration to prevent
incompatibility or intermittent connection issues. Access
the router and check user accessible settings that enable
support for Multicast or IGMP and enable them or check for
options that may be actively filtering these protocols and
disable those filters. Check for other options that could have
an effect on communication: Options such as UPnP should
be enabled Options such as IGMP Proxy, IGMP Snooping,
Multicast Filtering or WMM Proxy should be disabled.
Glossary
Multicast: The delivery of a message or information to a group of
destination computers simultaneously in a single transmission from
the source.
Unicast: The delivery of a message or information which is sent from
one point to another point An example would be connecting to an IP
address of a URL such as www.google.com.
IGMP: Internet Group Management Protocol is an integral part of
IP Multicast and is used for one-to-many networking applications
such as online streaming audio and video, gaming, and allows
more efficient use of resources when supporting these types of
applications.
WMM: Wireless Media Management is designed to support
consumer and corporate applications and works with 802.11a,
802.11b and 802.11g. The specification provides basic prioritization
of data packets based on four categories - voice, video, best effort
and background.
UPnP: Universal Plug and Play uses Multicast and allows media
servers and streaming devices to communicate.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20KHz
Audio Outputs
Analog – Stereo Audio RCA
Digital Optical
Line Audio Output
2V rms
3.5mm Analog Stereo Audio
Audio Inputs
Digital Optical
USB2.0 Media Playback
Communication Ports
Ethernet RJ45 10/100 BaseT
Wi-Fi
802.11ac, dual band
Bluetooth Audio Support
Yes
Trigger Output
12vDC @100mA
MP3 (CBR, VBR), WAV (8, 16bit),
Music File Formats
OGG Vorbis, FLAC (8, 16-bit).
AAC, AAC+
(supports up to 24-bit/192
kHz)
Power Requirements
12VDC, 1.25A
Product Dimensions
8.25”W x 7”D x 1.75”H
21cm W x 17.8cm D x 4.5cm H
Product Weight:
1 lb
0.45 kg
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
6. Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as
Safety Instructions
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
Lisez les instructions - Toutes les instructions de sécurité et
doivent être lues avant d'utiliser l'appareil.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
Conservez les instructions - Les instructions de sécurité et
devrait être conservé pour référence future.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
Tenez compte des avertissements - Tous les avertissements
figurant sur l'appareil dans les instructions de
fonctionnement doivent être respectées.
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and user instructions
should be followed.
Suivez les instructions - Toutes les instructions de
fonctionnement et d'utilisation doivent être suivies.
5. Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used
near water; for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing liquids and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. Do not touch the
appliance with wet hands. Do not handle the appliance or
power cord with wet or damp hands. If water or any other
liquid enters the appliance cabinet, take it to qualified
service personnel for inspection.
Eau et humidité - L'appareil ne doit pas être utilisé près
de l'eau, par exemple près d'une baignoire, d'un lavabo,
d'un évier, machine à laver, dans un sous-sol humide ou
près d'une piscine. L'appareil ne doit pas être exposé à
des éclaboussures de liquides et aucun objet rempli de
liquide, comme des vases, ne doit être posé sur l'appareil.
Ne pas toucher l'appareil avec les mains mouillées. Ne
manipulez pas l'appareil ou le cordon d'alimentation avec
les mains mouillées ou humides. Si de l'eau ou tout autre
liquide pénètre dans le coffret de l'appareil, il amène à un
personnel qualifié pour l'inspection.
recommended by the manufacturer. From time to time you
should wipe off the front and side panels and the cabinet
with a soft cloth. Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol
or other chemical solvents or cloths since this may damage
the finish or remove the panel lettering.
Nettoyage - L'appareil doit être nettoyé uniquement tel
que recommandé par le fabricant. De temps en temps vous
devriez essuyer les panneaux latéraux avant et arrière et
le boîtier avec un chiffon doux. Ne pas utiliser de matériel
rugueux, de diluant, d'alcool ou d'autres solvants chimiques
ou de chiffons car cela pourrait endommager la finition ou
faire disparaître la sérigraphie du boîtier.
7. Heat - The appliance should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Chaleur - L'appareil doit être placé loin des sources de
chaleur telles que des radiateurs, registres de chaleur,
poêles ou autres appareils (incluant les amplificateurs) qui
produisent de la chaleur.
8. Grounding or Polarization - Precaution should be taken so
that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is
not defeated.
La terre ou polarisation - précautions doivent être prises
pour que les moyens d'un appareil à la terre ou polarisation
ne soit pas annulée.
9. Power Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the appliance.
Protection du cordon d'alimentation - Les cordons
d'alimentation doivent être acheminés de sorte qu'ils ne
sont pas susceptibles d'être piétinés ou coincés par des
objets placés sur ou contre eux, en accordant une attention
particulière aux cordons au niveau des fiches, des prises et à
l'endroit où ils sortent de l'appareil.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
10. Power Sources - The appliance should be connected to a
power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the appliance.
Sources d'énergie - Cet appareil doit être connecté à une
source d'alimentation du type décrit dans le mode manuel
ou tel qu'indiqué sur l'appareil.
11. Main Power Disconnect - The power switch is a single-pole
switch. When the switch is in the “Off” position, the appliance
is not completely disconnected from the main power. The
main power plug is used as the disconnect device and shall
remain readily operable. When installing the product, ensure
that the plug is easily accessible.
Débranchez l'alimentation principale - L'interrupteur est un
interrupteur unipolaire. Lorsque l'interrupteur est en position
"Off", l'appareil n'est pas complètement déconnecté de
l'alimentation principale. La fiche d'alimentation est utilisée
comme dispositif de déconnexion et doit rester facilement
accessible. Lors de l'installation du produit, assurez-vous que
la prise soit facilement accessible.
12. Attachments - Only use attachments/accessories specified
by the manufacturer.
Accessoires - N'utilisez que des fixations / accessoires
spécifiés par le fabricant.
13. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through the openings.
Objets et de liquides - Des précautions doivent être prises
afin que des objets ne tombent ou que des liquides coulent
dans le boîtier à travers les ouvertures.
14. Servicing - The user should not attempt to service
the appliance beyond that described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
Entretien - L'utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de réparer l'appareil
au-delà de celle qui est décrite dans le manuel d'instructions.
Toutes les réparations doivent être effectuées par un
technicien qualifié.
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15. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power
supply cord or the plug has been damaged; B. Objects have
fallen, liquid has been spilled into the appliance; C. The
appliance has been exposed to rain; or D. The appliance does
not appear to operate normally; or E. The appliance has been
dropped or the enclosure is damaged.
Dommages nécessitant des réparations - L'appareil doit
être réparé par un personnel qualifié lorsque: A. Le cordon
d'alimentation ou la prise a été endommagé; B. Des objets
sont tombés, du liquide a été renversé dans l'appareil C. Si
l'appareil a été exposé à pluie; ou D. l'appareil ne semble pas
fonctionner normalement, ou E. L'appareil est tombé ou son
boîtier est endommagé.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one of or more of the following measures: reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna; increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver; connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected, or consult the
dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB003 du Canada.
Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan (for
Finland). Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt (for Norway).
Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag (for Sweden).
Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver
forbindelse til stikproppens jord (for Denmark).
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Russound MBX-PRE is guaranteed against all defects
in materials and workmanship for two (2) years from the
date of purchase. During this period, Russound will replace
any defective parts and correct any defect in workmanship
without charge for either parts or labor.
For this warranty to apply, the unit must be installed and
used according to its written instructions. If service is
necessary, it must be performed by Russound. The unit
must be returned to Russound at the owner’s expense and
with prior written permission from Russound. Accidental
damage and shipping damage are not considered defects,
nor is damage resulting from abuse or from servicing by an
agency or person not specifically authorized in writing by
Russound.
This Warranty does not cover:
1. Damage caused by abuse, accident, misuse,
negligence, or improper installation or operation
2. Power surges and lightning strikes
3. Normal wear and maintenance
4. Products that have been altered or modified
5. Any product whose identifying number, decal, serial
number, etc. has been altered, defaced or removed.
Russound sells products only through authorized Dealers
and Distributors to ensure that customers obtain proper
support and service. Any Russound product purchased from
an unauthorized dealer or other source, including retailers,
mail order sellers and online sellers will not be honored or
serviced under existing Russound warranty policy. Any sale
of products by an unauthorized source or other manner
not authorized by Russound shall void the warranty on the
applicable product.
Damage to or destruction of components due to application
of excessive power voids the warranty on those parts. In
these cases, repairs will be made on the basis of the retail
value of the parts and labor. To return for repairs, the unit
must be shipped to Russound at the owner’s expense, along
with a note explaining the nature of service required. Be
sure to pack the unit in a corrugated container with at least
three (3) inches of resilient material to protect the unit from
damage in transit.
Before returning a unit for repair, call Russound at (603) 6595170 for a Return Authorization number. Write this number
on the shipping label and ship to:
Russound
Attn: RA# (Insert your RA number here)
1955 Wehrle Dr
Williamsville NY 14221
Due to continual efforts to improve product quality as new
technology and techniques become available, Russound/
FMP, Inc. reserves the right to revise system specifications
without notice.
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MBX-PRE
Streaming Media Player
Installation Manual
Russound
1 Forbes Road, Newmarket, NH 03857
Telephone: 603.659.5170
Email: tech@russound.com www.russound.com
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