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LocationFree Base Station
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Before reading this Operating Instructions, be sure to read the
For detailed information on how to use the LocationFree Player,
refer to the LocationFree Player’s Help.
This product is available for use in the U.S. and Canada only.
Contents ® ® For detailed information on how to use LocationFree Player, refer to the LocationFree Player’s Help. ® ® Click any part of the LocationFree Player screen and refer to LocationFree Player’s Help by selecting “?” on the upper right of the screen. ® What is the LocationFree Base Station? .................. 4 ® What is LocationFree ? ........................................................................................ 4 ® What is the LocationFree Base Station? ......................
Others........................................................................... 33 About Self-Diagnostics Displays......................................................................... 33 Initializing the Base Station................................................................................. 34 Troubleshooting................................................................................................... 35 Specifications.............................................................
® What is the LocationFree Base Station? ® What is the LocationFree Base Station? ® What is LocationFree ? ® LocationFree allows you to watch TV programs or recorded video from any room in your home, or even away from home. You can stream video from a Base Station connected to a DVD recorder (or other video device) to a device such as a computer or PSP (PlayStation Portable) via a wireless network or ® ® the Internet. You can also operate the video device (e.g., record/playback/stop) through
® What is the LocationFree Base Station? You can select from several types of connections depending on your LAN situation. It is not possible to ® watch video on more than one registered LocationFree client device at the same time. In home Connecting the Base Station and your device directly by wireless If you use the Base Station in your house only, it is not necessary to connect a router and the Base Station. Connecting the Base Station and your device via a wireless router by wireless ® You
® What is the LocationFree Base Station? z Tips Notes � Do not connect your PC directly with a Base Station � You may not be able to watch some video, DVDs, and other media that are copyright protected with the with a LAN cable. ® software. � The wireless mode of the LocationFree Base � When the power is turned on, the Base Station Station LF-V30 is set to Access Point mode at the time of purchase, and you can select either the 2.4 continuously emits a wireless signal. GHz or 5 GHz frequenc
® What is the LocationFree Base Station? Identifying Parts and Controls Front 1POWER button/LED (1 page 12) Turns the Base Station power on and off. Green: The power is on. Red: Attempting to be turned off. Red blinking: A malfunction has occurred. Off: The power is off. 2WIRELESS LED WIRELESS Indicates the wireless function status. NETWORK NET AV Amber: Wireless network is available on the 5 GHz channel (Access Point (AP) mode). SETUP MODE Green: Wireless network is available on the 2.4 GHz ch
® What is the LocationFree Base Station? Rear 1VIDEO 1 IN (S-VIDEO/VIDEO/AUDIO) terminal (1 page 13) Connect audio cables and either a video or S-Video cable. 2VIDEO 2 IN (COMPONENT/VIDEO/AUDIO) terminal (1 page 13) S VIDEO S VIDEO Connect audio cables and either component video cables or a video CLIENT cable. AP 3VIDEO 1 OUT (S-VIDEO/VIDEO/AUDIO) terminal VIDEO VIDEO (1 page 13) LAN L L AUDIO AUDIO Connect audio cables and either a video or S-Video cable. The R R 1 VIDEO 1 OUT terminal outp
Checking the Package Contents Checking the Package Contents After unpacking, check that all the following items have been included: ® z LocationFree Base z AC power adapter (1) z IR Blaster (1) Station LF-V30 (1) z Power cord (1) z Base Station stand (1) z LAN cable (1) z AV cable (1) ® z LocationFree Player software CD-ROM (1) ® �LocationFree Player software LFA-PC30* ® * One serial key for LocationFree Player (supplied) is printed on the envelope in which the CD- ROM is enclosed. � Base Statio
Setup and Cable Connections Setup and Cable Connections Attaching the Base Connect the power Station stand cord to the Base Station To keep the Base Station stable, attach the Base Station stand. Base Station rear panel Note Place the Base Station at least 4 inches (10 cm) away from the wall. S VIDEO S VIDEO CLIENT AP Insert the claws of the stand into the holes on the VIDEO VIDEO L L LAN bottom of the Base Station and slide the stand AUDIO AUDIO R R 1 forward until they click into place. Th
Setup and Cable Connections ® Manually connecting LocationFree client devices to the Base Station Turn on the POWER ® wirelessly — for Windows XP of the Base Station users If you want to connect your computer to the Base Press the POWER button on the front panel of the Station wirelessly, set the wireless network Base Station to turn it on. settings of your PC to connect to the Base Station. For more details, refer to the operating instructions of your computer and your wireless networ
Setup and Cable Connections Connecting video devices You can connect video devices, such as a VCR, AV receiver, DVR, DVD player/recorder, or digital cable, to the Base Station. Refer to the operating instructions of each video device. Connect video devices to the Base Station with the AV cable VIDEO 1 or 2 terminals Base Station rear panel S VIDEO S VIDEO CLIENT S VIDEO S VIDEO AP VIDEO VIDEO to the audio/video to the audio/video L L LAN AUDIO AUDIO output terminals input terminals R R 1 IR Y
Setup and Cable Connections Connect video devices to the Base Station with an S-Video and audio cables VIDEO 1 terminals Base Station rear panel to the audio/ S-Video output S VIDEO S VIDEO to the audio/S-Video terminals CLIENT S VIDEO S VIDEO input terminals AP VIDEO VIDEO S-Video cable (not supplied) L L LAN AUDIO AUDIO R R 1 IR Y Y BLASTER 2 VIDEO VIDEO PB PB L L Audio cable (not supplied) PR PR AUDIO AUDIO R R VIDEO VIDEO DC IN 12V L L AUDIO AUDIO Y Y R R The VIDEO 1 OUT terminal PB PB
Setup and Cable Connections Connect video devices to the Base Station with a component video and audio cables VIDEO 2 terminals Base Station rear panel S VIDEO S VIDEO S VIDEO S VIDEO CLIENT AP VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO L L LAN AUDIO AUDIO L L R R 1 to the audio/ AUDIO AUDIO Y Y IR BLASTER component video 2 R R to the audio/component PB PB output terminals video input terminals PR PR Y Y VIDEO VIDEO PB DC IN 12V PB L L AUDIO AUDIO Component video cable R R PR PR (not supplied) VIDEO VIDEO Audi
Setup and Cable Connections Watching video with a connected Connecting the IR Blaster video devices Attach the supplied IR Blaster to the video Open the [Index] window, select [Video 1] or devices connected to the Base Station. [Video 2] according to the input terminal to You can control the video devices with the which the video devices is connected. ® LocationFree client devices on-screen remote control via the IR Blaster. z Tip ® Base Station rear panel To operate video devices from the
Setup and Cable Connections When operating two video devices with the IR Blaster, set the video devices and the IR Blaster as shown. IR Blaster Remote sensors If the infrared receivers on the two video devices do not line up like the illustration above, you need to purchase an optional IR Blaster (VM-50, not supplied) and install it. Note For details on setting up a video device, refer to the operating instructions of the video device. z Tips � If the IR Blaster cable is too short, use th
® Registering LocationFree Client Devices on the Base Station ® Registering LocationFree Client Devices on the Base Station ® You need to register your LocationFree client devices on your Base Station before using it. You cannot ® watch video with an unregistered LocationFree client devices. ® If you have installed the LocationFree Player LFA-PC30 on your computer at home, register your computer by following the instructions on the screen. After completing the settings, you can watch video f
® Registering LocationFree Client Devices on the Base Station Disclosing such information to strangers may result in Registering a device by using allowing them to register their device(s) without your permission. the SETUP MODE button In case you lost the “Quick Start Guide,” please select to disable Device Registration in the Base Station When you register a device near the Base Station, settings page and change your registration password you need to use the SETUP MODE button on the (1
The Features of the Base Station The Features of the Base Station Automatic NetAV Receiving remote check signals Automatic NetAV check tests the settings of your Learning remote control Base Station and your router to see if ® LocationFree client devices can connect to the ® With LocationFree Player LFA-PC30, the Base Base Station via the Internet. Station can learn signals of the remote of a video When you turn your Base Station on, the NET AV device to control the video devices with th
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