User Guide BMC9012 Broadband Media Center...
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The Motorola Broadband Media Center (BMC) family of products delivers digital video and audio, and a whole new experience in interactive cable television to your home. Finding what you want to watch and watching it when you want has never been easier. The BMC9012 is simple to set up and easy to operate.
Use the BMC9012 polarized power cord for the BMC9012 only. Keep the BMC9012 on, unless moving or servicing the unit. If power is removed, or a power outage occurs, it will take several minutes after power is restored for the unit to resume normal operations.
Installation Digital video/digital audio 1. Connect one end of the DVI-D cable to the DVI-D port of the BMC9012 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 BMC9012 and attach the other end to the S/PDIF in port of the TV or receiver.
2. Attach one end of the composite audio cables to the Left (L) and Right (R) audio outputs of the BMC9012 and the other end to the respective L and R inputs of the TV or receiver. 3. Follow the instructions under Hardware Installation Wrap-up, starting on page 9.
Installation S-video/composite audio 1. Connect one end of the S-Video cable to the S-Video port of the BMC9012 and the other end to the S-Video In port of the TV or receiver. 2. Attach one end of the composite audio cables to the Left (L) and Right (R) audio outputs of the BMC9012 and the other end to the respective L and R audio inputs of the TV or receiver.
Basic coaxial (RF) video/audio 1. Attach one end of the coaxial cable to the To TV port on the BMC9012 and the other end to the Cable/Antenna In port of the TV. This connection provides both audio and video signals.
Choose TV if your system uses a direct RF coaxial cable to connect directly to your TV The following table represents the audio format supported by each type of physical connection available on the BMC9012. Audio connections: supported formats Audio connection...
5. If you select a setting that is not supported, your screen may appear unreadable. Moxi reverts to your previous video output setting after 20 seconds if you don't confirm the new one. The following table lists the video resolutions supported by each type of physical connection available on the BMC9012: Video connections: supported resolutions Connection...
Remote Control The Moxi remote control allows you to access, control, and enjoy the many features of your BMC9012. You can also use this remote control as the primary remote control for many brands of TVs and audio devices. Instructions in this chapter show you how. Refer to the 1, 2 accompanying Viewer Guide for explanations of the buttons.
BMC9012 User Guide Programming by Search 1. Turn on the device you wish to program the remote for and ensure that the volume is audible. 2. On the Moxi remote, press and hold the MOXI and OK buttons simultaneously, until the LED light blinks twice.