Jvc compact component system instructions manual (132 pages)
Summary of Contents for JVC DD-8
DD-8 DD-3 This manual explains the network function of this system. SEPARATE VOLUME INSTRUCTIONS FOR NETWORK FUNCTION LVT1547-002A...
Information on DLNA • DLNA CERTIFIED Audio/Video/Image Player • This system complies with DLNA Guidelines 1.0. • You can play back the following file types using the network function of this system. LPCM, WAV, MP3, WMA, JPEG, ASF, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2 NOTE •...
Table of contents Introduction Reference Introduction........3 Reference ........18 Introduction to the network function ....3 Adding shared folders ........18 General flow chart for the network Connecting the main unit to the function ............4 computer directly ........19 Preparation........5 Troubleshooting......20 Computer ............5 Networking device...........
Introduction Introduction to the network File types compatible with this system function You can play back the following file types using the network function of this system. Outline of the network function LPCM, WAV, MP3, WMA, JPEG, ASF, DivX, MPEG1, MPEG2 You can play back video, audio and still picture files stored on your computer by setting up the net- work with the computer and the main unit.
General flow chart for the network function Set up the system following the flow chart shown below. The procedure for setting up the system differs depending on your usage environment. Connect the main unit to the router connected to your computer. Page 6 Install CyberLink Media Server to your computer.
Preparation Set up your computer and network environment as Networking device follows. Make sure that there is an available LAN terminal Computer on the router. You must install CyberLink Media Server from the Internet Modem Router bundled CD-ROM to your computer for playing back files stored on the computer with this system.
Connection This part explains the procedure for connecting the Connect the other end of the main unit to the computer via a router with an Ethernet cable to the LAN terminal Ethernet cable and confirming that the connection on the main unit. is completed properly.
Installing CyberLink Media Server The example TV and computer screenshots used Select the language of the version in this manual may differ from the actual screen you want to install, and then click displays. [OK]. Installing CyberLink Media The program file runs and the “Install Server CyberLink MediaServer”...
Click [View Sharing]. Specifying the shared folders This part explains the procedure for selecting the default folders (“My Videos”, “My Pictures” and “My Music”) as examples. (On the computer) Double-click the “CyberLink Medi- aServer” icon on the desktop. Confirm that the names of the shared folders are displayed on CyberLink Media Server starts.
Confirming the connection to the computer This part explains how to start CyberLink Media Starting CyberLink Media Server for the first time and how to perform the fol- lowing. Server • Confirming that the main unit recognizes the computer. (On the remote control) Press [F AUDIO] to turn on the main unit.
If the name of the computer is not displayed The main unit may not detect the CyberLink Media Server for any of the following reasons. Determine the reason by referring to A and B shown below. A The Ethernet cable may not be con- nected properly.
Setting up the IP address You can skip this part when the main unit and the Determining the IP address of computer are connected to a router that uses the computer DHCP function. Occasions requiring the IP This part explains the procedure for determining address setup the IP address of the computer by displaying the network setup.
Click “Network and Internet Con- nections”. Right-click the “Local Area Con- nection” icon and then click [Prop- erties]. NOTE • Depending on the computer settings, the “Con- trol Panel” dialog box is displayed as shown below. The “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box is displayed.
Confirm the values displayed in Assigning the IP address to “IP address:” and “Subnet mask:”. the main unit Example This part explains the procedure for setting up the IP address of the main unit manually. You can skip this part when the main unit and the computer are connected to a router using a DHCP function.
Press [SET UP] . Select “OBTAIN IP” and then press [ENTER]. The preference screen is displayed on the TV screen. Press 5 or / to select “STATIC IP” and then press [ENTER]. NOTE • When changing the Internet connection environ- ment by using a DHCP router or other devices that assign IP addresses automatically, select “DHCP”...
Enter the IP address using the Enter the subnet mask using the number buttons. number buttons. Confirm the subnet mask you have written Confirm the IP address you have written down in the column on page 13, and then down in the column on page 13. enter the same value.
Playing back files stored on the computer (On the computer) Playing back audio files Start CyberLink Media Server. (On the remote control) This part explains the procedure for playing back audio files stored on the computer. Press [NETWORK 3]. You can play back video files and still picture files “CyberLink Media Server”...
Press [ENTER]. Press 5 or / to select the file you want to play back. The shared folders are displayed. Example: Press [ENTER]. Press / to select “My Music”. Playback starts. Press [ENTER]. Press 7 to stop playback. The list of the audio files is displayed. NOTE •...
Reference Adding shared folders Select the check box next to [DATA], and click [Apply]. This part explains the procedure for adding shared folders (folders in which files you want to play back are stored). You can add a shared folder, by 1) storing the desired folder in one of the default folders, and then 2) selecting the desired folder using Cyber- Link Media Server.
Connecting the main unit to the computer directly This part explains the procedure for connecting the main unit to the computer directly. You must install CyberLink Media Server to your computer before connecting the main unit to the computer. (Refer to page 7.) Connect the main unit and the computer as shown in the diagram below.
Troubleshooting Reference Problem Possible cause Possible solution page Files stored on the The Ethernet cable is not Make sure the Ethernet cable is connected computer are not connected. properly. (Insert the Ethernet cable until it displayed. clicks.) A wrong cable is used. When connecting the main unit to a router, use a straight-through cable.
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