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Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide Table of Contents About Squeezebox™..............................................................................................2 System Requirements .......................................................................................2 Before You Begin ....................................................................................................3 Installing the SlimServer™ Software ..................................................................4 Installin
Logitech® ™ About Squeezebox Thank you for purchasing the Squeezebox™ music player. Squeezebox™ lets you play your digitized music collection through your stereo system using your wireless or ethernet network. With Squeezebox™, you can also listen to Internet radio stations, set alarms, display RSS feeds, and more! This user guide includes setup and basic operating instructions for your new player. Because new features are being added to Squeezebox™ on a continuous basis, some new capabil
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 3 Before You Begin If you already have a wireless or ethernet network and a computer to use as a server, setting up Squeezebox™ and SlimServer™ takes just a few minutes—all you need to get your music playing through Squeezebox™ is in this owner’s guide. . First, collect your digitized music into one place on your computer. You can put all the files in a single directory, or create a series of subdirectories. The software you use to ‘rip’ your CDs, such as iTunes,
Logitech® Installing the SlimServer Software Installing on Windows® . Download the SlimServer installer program to a location you can find again on your computer. Your Desktop is a good choice. . When the file has finished downloading, double-click on the SlimServer installer icon. The SlimServer Setup Wizard starts. Tip: You may see an ‘Open File - Security Warning’, if so, click Run. 3. Follow the instructions to set up SlimServer, and specify: • Where to install the SlimServer softwar
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 5 Installing on Mac OS X . Save the .dmg file to your Desktop. . When the file has finished downloading, double-click on the disk image file (.dmg) to make it appear on your desktop. Your web browser may do this for you automatically. 3. Double-click on the SlimServer Installer icon. The SlimServer Installer will start. . You can choose whether you want to install SlimServer for all users or just for the current user. If you want to install SlimServer for all u
6 Logitech® Connecting Squeezebox Headphone Analog Digital Digital Ethernet Power Mini Jack Audio Optical Coax (RCA) Output Output . Connect Squeezebox to your stereo amplifier or receiver using the included RCA cable with the red and white connectors. You can also connect a digital optical cable to the square connector or digital coaxial cable to the orange connector. (These cables are not included.) If you are using headphones or powered speakers, you can connect them to the /8” mi
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 7 Configuring Squeezebox When you plug in Squeezebox, a logo is displayed briefly, followed by a welcome message. Set Up Networking . Press the RIGHT arrow on the remote control. The Set Up Networking menu option is displayed. . Press the RIGHT arrow to enter networking setup. 3. Choose whether you want to connect Squeezebox to a wireless or wired network by pressing the Up and dOWN arrows on the remote. When you have made your selection, press the RIGHT arrow.
8 Logitech® to your wireless access point, you can press the LEFT arrow to go back and fix your settings. If you are still having trouble, check the Troubleshooting section at the end of this guide. 7. Choose whether you want the Squeezebox to obtain an IP address automatically using DHCP, or whether you want to assign it a static IP address. Most networks will let Squeezebox obtain an address automatically. Press the RIGHT arrow. If you chose to assign Squeezebox a static IP, enter it u
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide Use the VOLUME buttons to adjust the loudness of the audio Squeezebox is producing. Press REW to immediately begin the current song again. Press REW twice to skip to the previous song. Press and hold REW to scan backwards through the current song. Press pAUSE to pause the current song. Press pAUSE again to continue. Press and hold pAUSE to stop playback. Press FWd to skip to the next song. Press and hold FWd to scan forward through the current song. Use the Up, d
0 Logitech® • Song—Squeezebox adds that song to the end of the list. • Playlist—Squeezebox adds all of the songs in that playlist. • Folder—Squeezebox adds all the songs in that folder and sub-folders. Tip: You can press and hold Add to insert the item on the screen to be played immediately after the currently playing song. Tip: When in the Now Playing list: Press Add to remove the visible song from the playlist. Press and hold Add to move the song from the current playlist to the end of th
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide Press REpEAT to cycle between the following settings: • Repeat Off (stop playing at the end of the current playlist) • Repeat Current Song • Repeat All Songs Press SLEEp to tell Squeezebox to turn itself off in 5 minutes. Add 5 minute increments (up to a total of 0 minutes) by pressing SLEEp repeatedly. If you wish to cancel the Sleep function, press SLEEp until the player displays Sleep Cancelled. Press NOW pLAYING to display the song you are listening to. P
Logitech® playing Your Music Squeezebox plays music that you select with the remote control or the web interface. Using the Remote to play Music . Use the LEFT arrow to go to Squeezebox Home. You may have to press the LEFT arrow more than once to get there. . Use the Up and dOWN arrows to find the Browse Music option. 3. Press the RIGHT arrow. The Browse Albums option is displayed. You can scroll down to browse by artist, genre, year, new music, existing playlists, or browse the conten
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 3 . From the left pane of the web interface, you can browse by a variety of categories, including album, artist, genre, album cover art (if available), new music, by year, and more. 3. When you find an album, artist, track, or playlist you want to listen to, click on the play icon to the right of it to hear it immediately. To add an item to be played at the end of the playlist, click on the add icon. Searching for Music with the Remote You can enter the name of
Logitech® Creating and Saving a playlist You can use the remote control or the web interface to create playlists and save them for later. Before you create and save a playlist, make sure you have specified a folder for Squeezebox to use for saving playlists. To specify a playlists folder: . From the web interface, click the Server Settings link. . In the Playlists Folder section, enter the path to the folder on your hard drive that you want Squeezebox to use for saving playlists, and c
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 5 Listening to Internet Radio You can listen to thousands of internet radio stations with Squeezebox. To access internet radio stations using the remote: . Press LEFT to go back to Squeezebox Home. (You may have to press LEFT more than once.) . Press dOWN to scroll to Internet Radio, then press RIGHT. 3. Press dOWN to scroll through a list of internet radio providers. picks is a frequently updated list of stations recommended by Slim Devices. Other providers sh
6 Logitech® SqueezeNetwork SqueezeNetwork is an always-on service that provides access to Internet Radio, alarm clock, natural sounds, news feeds and more, even when your computer is off. Your Squeezebox connects to SqueezeNetwork using your broadband Internet connection. When your Squeezebox is connected to SqueezeNetwork, it’s not connected to your SlimServer computer. To connect to SqueezeNetwork, press the left button until Squeezebox Setup or Squeezebox Home are displayed on the scre
Squeezebox™ Owner’s Guide 7 Special Features Squeezebox has a beautiful high-resolution vacuum fluorescent display. In addition to displaying the name of the track or internet radio station you’re currently listening to, you can tell Squeezebox to show you dynamic content via RSS feeds, gorgeous graphic music visualizers, as well as a variety of screensavers, games and more. There are a wide range of settings to let you customize your Squeezebox to your liking. Explore! You won’t be sorry
8 Logitech® Press RIGHT when displaying Set Alarm Time to enter the alarm time. Use the arrow keys to move and set the time. Press LEFT when you’ve set the time. Press dOWN to see Alarm playlist, then press right. Choose from this list the playlist that you’d like to hear when the alarm goes off. Press LEFT once you’ve chosen your playlist. Press DOWN to see Alarm Volume, then press right. Use the Up and dOWN buttons to adjust the volume for the alarm. Press RIGHT when you’ve finis
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