User manual SONY CPF-IX001

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[. . . ] 2-687-754-11(1) Wireless Network Audio System Operating Instructions CPF-IX001 ©2006 Sony Corporation WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. This product is to be used indoor only. To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with news papers, table-cloths, curtains, etc. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. [. . . ] Note that when the CPF-IX001 is used in an environment containing a router with DHCP, you should not need to specify the IP address of the CPF-IX001. 12 Press ENTER. 13 Press SUSPEND to set the network unit to the suspended mode. 14 Press SUSPEND again to start up the network unit. To return to the automatic setting 1 2 3 4 5 Select "NET SETUP?" in the network menu (page 18), then press ENTER. Advanced network settings 1 2 3 4 5 Select "NET SETUP?" in the network menu (page 18), then press ENTER. or > repeatedly until "NET TYPE?" appears, then press ENTER. or > repeatedly until "MANUAL?" appears, then press ENTER. Press . or > repeatedly until "NET TYPE?" appears, then press ENTER. Press SUSPEND again to start up the network unit. "IP ADDRESS?" appears. Press ENTER again. The currently set IP address appears. Press . or > repeatedly to enter the numeric values of the IP address. Restarting the network unit Select "RESTART?" in the network menu (page 18), then press ENTER. Press m or M repeatedly to select the digit that you want to set. 6 7 8 Press ENTER. "SUBNET MASK?" appears. Press ENTER again. The currently set subnet mask appears. Press . or > repeatedly to enter the numeric values of the subnet mask. Press m or M repeatedly to select the digit that you want to set. 9 Press ENTER. "GATEWAY?" appears. 10 Press ENTER again. The current default gateway appears. 11 Press . or > repeatedly to enter the numeric values of the default gateway. Press m or M repeatedly to select the digit that you want to set. 19GB Registering the CPF-IX001 on your computer manually When the CPF-IX001 is connected to your computer after installing the M-crew Server Ver. 2. 0 software, the CPF-IX001 is registered automatically on your computer. Register the CPF-IX001 on your computer manually for higher security. Checking network settings 1 2 Select "NET INFO?" in the network menu (page 18), then press ENTER. or > repeatedly to select the item that you want to check, then press ENTER. 1 Select "REGISTER?" in the network menu (page 18), then press ENTER. The count down display appears in the display of the CPF-IX001. 2 Click [Start] ­ [All programs] ­ [M-crew Server] ­ [TOOLS] ­ [EQUIPMENT LIST] in that order to display the screen on the M-crew Server Ver. 2. 0. Each time you press ENTER, the display changes cyclically as follows: NET TYPE?2. 0* * The display may differ depending on the settings. For details, see the "M-crew Server Ver. 2. 0" Install Manual included on the supplied CD-ROM. 3 During displaying the count down display, set "Equipment selection mode" to "Manual", and then click [Add] on your computer. The registration starts. "Complete!" appears in the display of the CPF-IX001 when the registration is completed. Notes · When the registration is incomplete, "Incomplete!" appears in the display of the CPF-IX001. · Step 3 must be performed within 5 minutes after performing step 1. 20GB Other operations Falling asleep to music -- Sleep Timer You can set the network unit to the suspended mode after a certain time, so that you can fall asleep to music. Press SLEEP. Adjusting the sound Each time you press the button, the minute display (the turn-off time) changes cyclically as follows: 90min t 80min t . . . t 10min t OFF t 90min t . . . Other operations Other operations To SURROUND EQ OFF BASS +/­ TREBLE +/­ Press Check the remaining time Change the time to turn off SLEEP once. SLEEP repeatedly to select the time you want. Cancel the Sleep SLEEP repeatedly until "OFF" Timer Function appears. Selecting the surround effect Press SURROUND. Each time you press the button, the surround effect changes as follows: Off y On The SURROUND indicator on the main unit turns on and off each time you press SURROUND. Turning off the display If no operation is performed for about a few minutes, the display darkens to minimize the amount of power consumed (Auto dimmer function). To cancel Auto dimmer function Adjusting the bass and treble You can adjust the bass and treble. Press BASS +/­ or TREBLE +/­ repeatedly to adjust the level you want to set (±3 steps). Press any button other than FUNCTION, SURROUND, EQ OFF, BASS +/­, TREBLE +/­ or VOL +/­ (or VOLUME +/­ on the main unit). To reset the bass and treble settings Press EQ OFF. 21GB Viewing information in the display You can check the following information in the display of the CPF-IX001. Note that this function is not available when listening to web radio. Listening to audio from a connected component You can connect portable audio players to the CPF-IX001. LINE IN jack Checking the playing time and remaining time You can check the playing time and remaining time of the current track. Press TIME during playback. From portable audio players, etc. Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Elapsed playing time t Remaining time LINE IN cable* (supplied) Checking the title and track number Press DISPLAY during playback or while the track is selected in stop mode. * Connect the end with the ferrite core to the LINE IN jack. 1 Each time you press the button, the display changes cyclically as follows: Track title t Album information on the track t Artist information on the track t Genre information on the track t Current track number and total number of tracks within the item Notes Connect an optional portable audio player to the LINE IN jack. Use the supplied LINE IN cable to connect portable audio players to this jack. 2 Press FUNCTION repeatedly to switch the function to LINE. · "­ ­ ­. ­ ­" appears when the total time exceeds 999 minutes 59 seconds. · Total number of tracks appears when the track is not selected in stop mode. The LINE indicator on the main unit turns on. You can then listen to the sound from the portable audio player. 22GB Troubleshooting Problems and remedies Should you encounter a problem with your system, do the following: The remote does not function. [. . . ] 5Click the button to confirm the set values. If any of the set values is incorrect, a dialog box appears. Correct the values if necessary. 29GB Glossary AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) An encryption protocol employed by the wireless LAN encryption systems WPA and WPA2. AES has more advanced security functions than TKIP. Default gateway An encryption protocol employed by the wireless LAN encryption systems WPA and WPA2. TKIP prevents decoding of encryption keys and spoofing, and has more advanced security functions than WEP. WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) When communicating with devices that exist on a different network, the data is first transferred to a node (relay point) called a gateway. [. . . ]

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