User Guide BMC9012 BMC9022D Broadband Media Center...
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Chapter 1 Introduction The Motorola Broadband Media Center (BMC) family of products delivers digital video and audio, plus a whole new experience in interactive cable television. Finding what you want to watch and watching it when you want has never been easier. The BMC is simple to set up and easy to operate. The BMC9022D extends all its features to a second TV in your home.
Introduction BMC Diagrams The following illustrations identify the controls on the BMC. Slight variations may exist between these illustrations and your model. Front View Figure 1: BMC Front Back View Figure 2: BMC Back...
Motorola BMC User Guide Chapter 2 Installation This chapter describes how to install the BMC and verify the installation. The chapter also contains information to help you successfully disconnect, move, and reconnect the cable connections between the BMC and the TV.
Equipment Required Video cable (Composite, S-Video, Component (YPrPb) or DVI-D) for TV/Monitor Audio cable (Stereo Analog, Digital Coaxial, or Optical) for TV and/or audio system Use the best connection supported by your TV, monitor, or audio system. See the wiring diagrams starting on page 6 for reference. BMC Connection Procedure The installation scenarios described in this section apply to all BMCs, including the BMC9012 and the BMC9022D.
Motorola BMC User Guide Digital Video/Digital Audio Connection 1. Connect one end of the DVI-D cable to the DVI-D port of the BMC and the other end to the DVI-D In port of the TV or receiver. 2. Attach one end of the S/PDIF audio cable to the appropriate optical or coaxial S/PDIF port of the BMC and attach the other end to the S/PDIF in port of the TV or receiver.
Component Video/Digital Audio Connection 1. Connect component video cables from the Y, P inputs on the TV or receiver. 2. Attach one end of the S/PDIF audio cable to the appropriate optical or coaxial S/PDIF port of the BMC and attach the other end to the S/PDIF in port of the TV or receiver. 3.
Composite Video/Stereo Audio Connection 1. Attach one end of a composite video cable to the video (V) output of the BMC and the other end to the Video In port of the main TV or receiver. 2. Attach one end of the stereo audio cables to the Left (L) and Right (R) audio outputs of the BMC and the other end to the respective L and R inputs of the TV or receiver.
Motorola BMC User Guide Installation Wrap-Up 1. Verify that all cable connections are tight and secure, all coaxial connections are finger-tight and properly seated, and that all RCA-style plugs are fully seated. 2. Ensure that nothing blocks the vents of the BMC or other equipment.
Video Configuration If you switch between composite/S-video and component/DVI-D input connections, do the following before proceeding: Hook up the new cables WHILE KEEPING THE EXISTING CABLES CONNECTED. If the new connection requires a different TV input, do not change it until step 4. 1.
Motorola BMC User Guide Video Settings Definitions p and i Designations In video resolution settings, the "p" and "i" designations stand for "progressive" and "interlaced." These terms are used to describe how a TV picture is displayed on the screen.
Chapter 3 Moxi Remote The Moxi remote allows you to access, control, and enjoy the many features of your Media Center. You can also use this remote as the primary remote for many brands of TVs and audio devices. Instructions in this chapter show you how.
Motorola BMC User Guide Programming by Search 1. Turn on the TV or receiver you want the remote to control. 2. On the Moxi remote, press and hold the MOXI and OK buttons simultaneously, until the LED light on the top of the remote blinks twice.