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Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 1 Contents About Squeezebox Duet ...............................................................................................................2 Getting Help ............................................................................................................................2 Package Contents ..................................................................................................................3 System Requirements ..................................
2 Logitech® About Squeezebox Duet Thank you for purchasing Logitech’s Squeezebox Duet network music system. We hope you have as much fun using it as we had building it for you. The Squeezebox Duet package includes Squeezebox Controller, a multi-room wireless controller that lets you browse, select and play your personal music collection, tune to thousands of Internet radio stations, use music services like Rhapsody and Pandora Radio, and even access an MP3tunes music locker, all in the pa
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 3 Package Contents Included in the package you will find: • Squeezebox Controller • Rechargeable Li-ion battery • Charging cradle with power supply • Squeezebox Receiver • Power supply for the Receiver • Gold-plated stereo RCA cable • Plug adapters for your region • Quick Start Guide System Requirements Operating system • Windows® Vista® / XP / 2000 • Mac® OS X, version 10.3 or higher • Linux-based OS with Perl 5.8.3 installed or higher Computer • 733 MHz
4 Logitech® Before You Begin If you already have a wireless or ethernet network and a computer to use as a server, setting up your Squeezebox Duet should take about 30 minutes. To make the set up as simple as possible, there are a few things you should do. Choose Your Network Setup Installing your new Squeezebox Duet is easier if you know how your home network is set up, so you can follow the correct installation instructions. There are three possible configurations: • An “all-wireless” i
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 5 • WEP keys are entered as hexadecimal numbers (the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters A to F). 64-bit WEP keys are exactly 10 digits in length; 128-bit keys are exactly 26 digits. • WPA and WPA2 keys are between 8 and 63 characters long, and can use any letter (both upper- and lower-case) number or valid punctuation. The Squeezebox Duet will do its best to determine the type of security used, but if you’re using WEP encryption it cannot determine if the key leng
6 Logitech® Squeezebox Controller Interface A. The scroll wheel allows you to easily move up and down through lists and menus. B. Press the center button to open a menu item, song, album, artist, or genre. C. Press play to play a song, album, artist, or genre. This will replace your current selection. D. Press back to move back one menu item or screen. E. Press home to go to the top level menu. Press home again to see the Now Playing screen. home F A C also turns the Controller on
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 7 Set Up the Hardware Charge the Battery For this step you’ll need: • Squeezebox Controller • Charging cradle with AC adapter • Plug adapter for your region • Battery You’ll start the installation process by charging the battery so it will be ready when you configure Squeezebox Controller and Receiver for your network. 1. Select the correct plug adapter and slide it onto the AC adapter of the charging cradle. Make sure it snaps firmly into place. 2. Plug the AC
8 Logitech® Connect Squeezebox Receiver For this step, you’ll need: • Squeezebox Receiver • AC adapter for Squeezebox Receiver • Plug adapter for your region • RCA stereo cables or your own optical or coaxial S/PDIF cable • Your own ethernet cable (for “hybrid” and “bridged” installations) Next, you should connect Squeezebox Receiver to your stereo or powered speakers, and if you’re using a wired network connection (either a hybrid or bridged installation), you should connect the etherne
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 9 Set Up A SqueezeNetwork™ Account For this step you’ll need: • A computer with a web browser • A broadband Internet connection • A valid email account SqueezeNetwork is an Internet-based service that connects you to thousands of Internet radio stations, as well as online music services like Pandora Radio, Rhapsody , and Slacker. It also allows you to use your Squeezebox even when your computer is turned off. Signing up for a free account will help you get th
10 Logitech® Install SqueezeCenter (Optional) SqueezeCenter is the music server that runs on your computer and connects your Squeezebox players and controllers to your local music files, as well as allowing you to use third-party plug-ins (applications that extend the features and functions of your Squeezebox). If you’re planning to use your Squeezebox Duet only to listen to Internet radio and online music services, or if your music is stored in an MP3tunes music locker, you may skip this s
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 11 Connect Squeezebox Duet This step will connect Squeezebox Controller and Receiver to your local network and allow you to select your music source. There are three sections, each detailing the steps for the different network configurations described in the section titled “Choose Your Network Setup” earlier in the User Guide. You need only to follow the directions for your network setup All-Wireless Network Configuration In this configuration, both your Squeeze
12 Logitech® 6. If your wireless network is secured, Squeezebox Controller will try to determine the type of security used. If the Controller can’t determine the type of encryption used, you will be asked to select it from a list. Once the encryption is determined, you’ll be asked to enter your security key using the scroll wheel to highlight a letter or number and the center button to select it. 7. If your encryption key was entered correctly, Squeezebox Controller will connect to your
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 13 Note: If you’ve installed SqueezeCenter and confirmed it is running, but your computer name doesn’t appear on the Controller’s screen, you may have a firewall that’s preventing it from being found. See “Appendix A: Configuring Your Firewall” in this User Guide for details on configuring your computer’s firewall. 11. Once the Receiver is connected to the music source, the button will appear as a low white and you are ready to play music! In some cases, the b
14 Logitech® 5. Next you’ll see the Wireless Connection screen, where you can choose to “Connect using Squeezebox” or “Connect using other wireless network”. Since you will be using the hybrid installation, you should select “Connect using other wireless network.” 6. You’ll see the Wireless Networks screen, listing the available wireless networks. Scroll to your network and press center to select it. Note: If your router is configured not to broadcast its network name, also known as the
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 15 Note: You can verify the MAC address by looking at the label on the bottom of Squeezebox Receiver. Note: If your player does not appear in the list, verify that the button on the front of the Receiver is flashing red. If it isn’t, press and hold the button on the Receiver for five seconds to reset the player. A few seconds after the button begins flashing red, Squeezebox Receiver should appear in the list on the Controller’s display. 10. Next, you’ll choose
16 Logitech® Bridged Network Configuration This configuration should only be used if you do not have a wireless network in your home. Your Squeezebox Receiver will be connected to your wired ethernet network, and Squeezebox Controller will use an ad-hoc connection to the Receiver for it’s network connection. Note: Ad-hoc connections on 802.11 wireless networks have much lower range than regular connections (called infrastructure mode connections). If at all possible, consider adding an 8
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 17 7. Select your Squeezebox Receiver from the list. It will appear on the display as “Squeezebox XXXXXX” where XXXXXX is the last six digits of the player’s MAC address (its unique network identifier). Note: You can verify the MAC address by looking at the label on the bottom of Squeezebox Receiver. Note: If your player does not appear in the list, verify that the button on the front of the Receiver is flashing red. If it isn’t, press and hold the button on the
18 Logitech® The Squeezebox Controller Display Title Bar Title Bar The title bar at the top of the screen displays the name of the current menu. It may also contain a thumbnail of cover art when you’re viewing information about an album. Tip: When you are at the Home menu, the menu title bar will display the name of the currently selected player. If you have Status Bar just Squeezebox Duet installed, your Squeezebox Receiver will have the default name of “Squeezebox.” You can rena
Squeezebox™ Duet User Guide 19 Shuffle – A shuffle icon is displayed when the connected player is set to shuffle song or albums. To enable shuffle mode, go to Home > Settings > Shuffle. Wireless – this icon displays the quality of the wireless connection. The signal strength will be indicated by a number of bars displayed. It will normally be white, however it will change color under certain circumstances. A red icon indicates the network is out of range or disconnected. A blue icon ind
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