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Wireless-N Music Extender
User Guide
DMP100

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    Wireless Home Audio Player Wireless-N Music Extender User Guide DMP100...

  • Page 2: Copyright And Trademarks

    Copyright and Trademarks Linksys, Cisco and the Cisco Logo are registered trademarks Icon Descriptions or trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and certain other countries. Other brands and While reading through the User Guide you may see product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of various icons that call attention to specific items.

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    Wireless Home Audio Important Safety Instructions Important Safety Instructions 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with a dry cloth. 7.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Player (DMP100) ........

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    Wireless Home Audio Table of Contents Playback Control Functions ........18 Using the Queue .

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    Wireless Home Audio Table of Contents General Settings ......... . .36 Set LCD Brightness .

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    Wireless Home Audio Table of Contents Software Licenses Schedule 1 - Linksys Software License Agreement ..... .52 Schedule 2 ..........53 Schedule 3 .

  • Page 8: Wireless Home Audio Product Family

    And, as part of the Linksys by Cisco any of the compression and echo artifacts so often evident Wireless Home Audio family, it can become part of your in other wireless audio systems.

  • Page 9: Director (dmc250)

    Internet. The Director or surround sound system. It also comes with an infrared can be connected to the Linksys by Cisco Stereo Speakers remote control and like the Conductor and Director, can or existing speakers in your home.

  • Page 10: Docking Station For Ipod® (mcci40)

    They’re tuned and optimized for excellent music reproduction. When paired with the Linksys by Cisco Director they’re a smart, elegant system for any room in the house. Player/Wireless-N Music Extender...

  • Page 11: Sample Home Configuration

    Wireless Home Audio Wireless Home Audio Product Family Sample Home Configuration Click on the image below to launch an interactive Flash version of a Wireless Home Audio configuration. Place the cursor over a device to zoom in and obtain details. Zone 4 - O ce Zone 5 - Bedroom Zone 3 - Game Room...

  • Page 12: Product Overview - Player

    Wireless Home Audio Product Overview - Player Product Overview - Player Front Panel Before You Begin This User Guide is intended to provide details on use of the product hardware and the user interface. For initial installation instructions, please refer to the Quick Installation Guide included with your product.

  • Page 13: Back Panel

    Wireless Home Audio Product Overview - Player Back Panel S/PDIF Jack The S/PDIF jack provides a connector for a digital optical cable to deliver digital audio. Ethernet The Ethernet port connects the Wireless Home Audio Player to your router or switch. Headphone/Line Out A standard stereo mini headphone jack.

  • Page 14: Setting Up Your Player

    Setting Up Your Player 3. Click the Next button. Using EasyLink Advisor EasyLink Advisor guides you through the setup of your Linksys by Cisco Wireless Home Audio devices. EasyLink Advisor is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows XP •...

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    Wireless Home Audio Setting Up Your Player 7. If you have an existing Cisco account, enter the Email 10. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to your Router and password associated with the account, click Next and the other end of the cable to your Player. Connect and skip to step 9.

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    Wireless Home Audio Setting Up Your Player 13. Enter your wireless network name (SSID) and click 16. Unplug the Ethernet cable from your router and from Next. the Player. Click Next. 17. EasyLink Advisor will search the network to find your 14.

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    Wireless Home Audio Setting Up Your Player 19. If you have any additional devices to configure, select 21. Once you’ve set up your music services, a one and click Next. If you do not have any additional Congratulations message will displayed.

  • Page 18: Connecting Your Player

    Wireless Home Audio Setting Up Your Player Connecting Your Player Connecting Powered Speakers You can connect powered speakers to the Player using the To hear the audio from your Player, you will need to RCA cables by connecting the RCA outputs on the Player connect powered speakers, an amplifier, or headphones.

  • Page 19: Connecting Headphones

    For details on the Controller functionality, refer to the following sections: Controller Buttons, page 14. • Using the Controller with Your Player, page 26. • For details on the Cisco Media Player software, refer to Playing Your Music with the Cisco Media Software, page 15. Player/Wireless-N Music Extender...

  • Page 20: Remote Control Functions

    Controller – Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote Power/ Standby Toggles between Power On (DMRW1000), or using the Cisco Media Software on your and Standby for your Conductor, Director, or computer. Player. Only basic features can be utilized on the IR Remote. Many...

  • Page 21: Controller Buttons

    Wireless Home Audio Remote Control Functions Controller Buttons Navigation Arrows Scrolls through the icons in the direction selected. These arrows The optional Controller – Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote are available on carousel menus. (DMRW1000) is the ideal way to control your Player and other Wireless Home Audio devices.

  • Page 22: Playing Your Music With The Cisco Media Software

    Player itself doesn’t have a visual interface but it can be configured and controlled with the optional Controller – Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote (DMRW1000) or by using the Cisco Media Player application on a PC. Below is an overview of the contents of this section: Installing the Cisco Media Software •...

  • Page 23: Installing The Cisco Media Software

    UPnP Friendly Name. 1. Go to Start > Programs > Cisco Media Center > Cisco Click OK after all updates are complete. Media Server.

  • Page 24: Using The Cisco Media Player

    To launch the Cisco Media Player software, go to Start > Programs > Cisco Media Center > Cisco Media Player. The Media Player Interface contains several regions used for navigation, selection, and control of your Wireless Home Audio devices and libraries.

  • Page 25: Playback Control Functions

    Wireless Home Audio Playing Your Music with the Cisco Media Software Playback Control Functions continuously repeat the tracks that are in the queue. The Queue tab displays the song title, artist name, and duration Button Function (Time) of the song.

  • Page 26: Removing Music From The Queue

    Wireless Home Audio Playing Your Music with the Cisco Media Software You can right-click on a track in the queue for additional track options: Removing Music from the Queue The Queue can be completely cleared by pressing the Remove This option will remove the selected track •...

  • Page 27: Playing To Multiple Rooms

    Wireless Home Audio Playing Your Music with the Cisco Media Software Playing to Multiple Rooms You can play different songs on individual devices or link them so that multiple devices play the same songs in perfect synchronization in Party Mode.

  • Page 28: How Do I Connect External Audio Devices

    The Player needs to be set to Analog Line In to play audio favorite number. from your external sources. To do so from the Cisco Media Player software, perform the following steps: 1. Launch the Cisco Media Player.

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    There are 10 favorites that can be set. You can assign To create a favorite using the Cisco Media Player software, favorite tracks, albums, playlists, genres, artists or perform the following steps: channels. When you select an album, playlist, genre, or 1.

  • Page 30: Creating Playlists

    3. A new playlist will be added underneath Playlists. Enter a title for your new playlist and hit Enter. Creating Playlists Playlists can be created on a computer using the Cisco Media Player software. NOTE: Playlists can also be created in Audiolounge and iTunes.

  • Page 31: Menu

    Playing Your Music with the Cisco Media Software Menu Options File Go to File and select Exit when you want to exit the Cisco Media Player or use the X in the upper right corner to close the application. Zone When selected, the functions are performed on the zone that is highlighted (light blue border).

  • Page 32: How Do I Play Music From My Pc Or Itunes Library

    Downloads Links to the Internet for downloads for the You can browse and select stations using the Cisco Media Wireless Home Audio devices. Player software on your computer, using the optional Controller (DMRW1000), or if a station is added as a About Displays version information.

  • Page 33: Using The Controller With Your Player

    (DMRW1000) is an optional remote that provides the optimal experience for controlling your Player as well as any other Linksys by Cisco Wireless Home Audio devices on your network. If you have a Controller, this section details how you can use the Controller with your Player.

  • Page 34: Home Screen

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player Home Screen Lists Using the Controller to navigate through a list, there are The Home screen is a carousel menu that contains the multiple ways to achieve the same result: main menu options for the selected device. Use the Home button to return to the home screen Go through the list using the scroll, and press the...

  • Page 35: Audiolounge

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player You can search content on Audiolounge from the Wireless Action Menu Functions Home Audio devices by using the Search option to search Play To Use this button to select the zones to artists, albums, or songs.

  • Page 36: New Releases

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player New Releases Genres Provides access to new releases. Sorts music by genre • Search My Music Allows you to search by Artist, Album, or Track. Once the Media Server software has been installed and configured on a computer, you can control Top Artists playback of music on the computer from within the...

  • Page 37: Albums

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player Genres Selecting an artist brings up a screen with an option titled All and options for each album title available on the selected media from the selected artist. Selecting All will display all track titles by the selected artist on the selected media.

  • Page 38: Browse Folders

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player Devices (Accessing Your iPod) Enter the title using the keyboard touchscreen and press the Search button. When you have an iPod connected to your Director or Browse Folders Conductor using the optional Docking Station for iPod (MCCI40), you find music in the same manner that you do on your iPod.

  • Page 39: All Libraries

    This includes any playing immediately. USB drives and media being shared using the Cisco Media Genre Displays an alphabetical list of musical genres that Server software.

  • Page 40: Radiotime

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player RadioTime Scroll through the list or use the down and up buttons on the 5-Way button to move through the list of favorites. You can select a favorite on the touchscreen or press the RadioTime provides streaming Internet radio broadcasts center of the 5-Way button to select it.

  • Page 41: Play To

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player The Settings option contains many configurable options The Now Playing icon indicates which track in the for your Director. Below are the options that can be queue is currently playing. If you want to immediately configured: play another track in the queue, select the track on the touchscreen or press the center of 5-Way button.

  • Page 42: Wireless Settings

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player The audio from your RCA inputs will be played on the Select TKIP or AES and enter the network’s • device. If you want it to play throughout your home, be Passphrase (also called a pre-shared key) of 8-63 sure you have your zones linked.

  • Page 43: General Settings

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player General Settings Now Playing Screen Set Up The Now Playing Screen can be turned OFF or set to The General option allows you to configure general start after an idle period of 30 seconds, 60 seconds, or 2 devices settings for your Director.

  • Page 44: Set Lcd Brightness

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player Play button Set Up Sleep Timer Set Up This option provides a safeguard from automatically The Sleep Timer can be turned OFF or set to start after an eliminating the contents of the Now Playing Queue idle period of 30 seconds, 60 seconds, or 2 minutes.

  • Page 45: Set Bass/treble

    Wireless Home Audio Using the Controller with Your Player Set Bass/Treble Treble Setup Use the scroll on the Controller to adjust the high frequency audio playback level on the selected Wireless Home Audio device. After a few seconds of idle time the treble adjustment slider window will close or press the back button to return to the list of settings.

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting

    Run the CD on your additional computers and select the Connect Computers option on the first screen. Where do I find the Cisco Media Center software after installation is complete? Go to Start > Programs and select Cisco Media Center.

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    Port number field. Make sure that TCP is selected and click OK. 6. Click OK to close the Exceptions window and Windows Firewall configuration for the Cisco Media Player is complete. My devices are not showing up on the main menu carousel.

  • Page 48: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Environmental Dimensions 138 x 60 x 139 mm 5.43" x 2.37" x 5.47" (H x W x D) Model DMP100 Weight 0.58 kg (1.28 lb) WiFi Standards Draft Dual Band 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b Power 100-240 VAC Input, 5VDC Output (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz)

  • Page 49: Warranty Information

    Warranty Information Wireless Home Audio Warranty Information may include or be bundled with third party software or service offerings. This limited warranty shall not apply to such third party software or service offerings. This limited Limited Warranty warranty does not guarantee any continued availability of a third party’s service for which this product’s use or Linksys warrants that this Linksys hardware product will be operation may require.

  • Page 50: Technical Support

    Warranty Information Wireless Home Audio number and dated proof of original purchase will be rejected. Do not include any other items with the product you are returning to Linksys. Defective product covered by this limited warranty will be repaired or replaced and returned to you without charge.

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