Introduction   network receiver                           E 1.1   1
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Introduction                                                         network receiverWelcomeThe S119 and S120 network rece...
network receiver                                                                  Introduction    Setup                   ...
Introduction                                                      network receiverInstallation - Safety advice Please foll...
network receiver                                                       Introduction    Safety measures    Read and take no...
Introduction                                network receiverRegulations pertaining to the unitIn EU and EEC countries, Rev...
network receiver                                                           Presentation    S119/ S120 Front panel    As we...
Presentation                                                      network receiverDisplay colours: Status LEDDark-blue   Q...
network receiver              Presentation     S119/ S120 Connection panel     Please take note of the     connection info...
Presentation                                                                   network receiverExplanation of the connecti...
network receiver                                                        Presentation     S208 Remote control     The optio...
Presentation    network receiverS208 Overview                                   13
network receiver                                                                     Presentation      Explanation of the ...
Presentation                                                      network receiverCharging the battery                    ...
network receiver                                                          Presentation     Battery care                   ...
Configuration                                                 network receiverS208 Basic settings                         ...
network receiver                                                         Configuration         Weekday                    ...
Configuration                                                    network receiver                                         ...
network receiver                             Configuration        Start Pairing     Background information to pairing     ...
Configuration                                                      network receiverFirst contactVarious connections have t...
network receiver                                                     Configuration     The first step - Establishing the c...
Configuration                                                    network receiverThe first step - Establishing the connect...
network receiver                                                        Configuration     The first step - Establishing th...
Configuration                                                     network receiverFirst steps in the Main menuWhile the co...
network receiver                                Configuration       Radio not available!?     If Internet radio is not ava...
Configuration                               network receiverS119/S120 Basic settingsThe Basic settings menu offers all tho...
network receiver                                                        Configuration        Speaker Setup                ...
Configuration                                                    network receiver [Corner]                                ...
network receiver                                                         Configuration        Network     All the relevant...
Configuration                                                      network receiverIn the case of a manual input, you can ...
network receiver                                                   Configuration        Software     This menu displays th...
Configuration                                                   network receiver   Remote access                          ...
network receiver                            Configuration        Auto Standby     The automatic standby function can be   ...
Operation                                               network receiverOperation - Start-up processOnce all the basic set...
network receiver                                                        Operation     The configuration options     Essent...
Operation                                                       network receiverOperationAll the functions and information...
network receiver                                                              Operation     Main menu     The main menu is...
Operation                                               network receiver My MusicThe My Music selection covers all yourfav...
network receiver                              Operation      My Music – iRadio     Shortening access times     When you st...
Operation                                                        network receiver Radio                                   ...
network receiver                                                         Operation     The selection options in the Intern...
Operation                                      network receiver   GenreListing of radio stations based on certainmusic gen...
network receiver                                 Operation     Internet radio display     Track and radio station are disp...
Operation                                                         network receiver USB/ iPodThe USB/iPod selection menu en...
network receiver                                                                Operation     iPod selection     At the ti...
Operation                                                          network receiver Music serverThe Revox network receiver...
network receiver                                                             Operation     Control functions              ...
Operation                                                       network receiver Local inputsThe S119/S120 offers 6 local ...
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
manuale d'uso revox joy s119_s120
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  1. 1. Introduction network receiver E 1.1 1
  2. 2. Contents network receiverWelcome .................................................... 3 S208 Basic settings ................................. 17 Setup ............................................................. 4 Remote control ............................. 17 Scope of delivery .......................................... 4 Select device ................................ 19 Safety ............................................................ 4 Change zone ................................. 19 Caution: Lithium batteries (internal) ............ 4 Information ................................... 19 Installation - Safety advice .......................... 5 Start Pairing.................................. 20 Safety measures ........................................... 6 First contact................................................ 21 Regulations pertaining to the unit................ 7 Speakers and outputs ......................... 21 Fuse ............................................................... 7 Power cable ......................................... 21 S119/ S120 Front panel ................................. 8 LAN/WLAN network connection ....... 21 Display colours: Status LED ......................... 9 Establishing the connection to the network S119/ S120 Connection panel ..................... 10 .................................................................... 22 Explanation of the connections ................. 11 Establishing the connection to the remote control using pairing .................................. 23S208 Remote control ............................... 12 Establishing the connection to the remote control ......................................................... 24 Initial operation........................................... 12 One S208 controls several receivers 12 Two S208s for one receiver ................ 12 First steps in the Main menu ............ 25 Lithium battery information................. 12 Radio not available!? ................................. 26 S208 Overview ............................................ 13 S119/S120 Basic settings ........................... 27 Explanation of the Remote control ............ 14 Speaker Setup .............................. 28 Charging the battery ................................... 15 Network ................................. 30 Charging control / status display ....... 15 Network Status .................................... 30 Battery care ................................................ 16 WLAN status ........................................ 30 Keep the number of charging cycles to IP Settings ............................................ 30 a minimum ............................................. 16 WLAN Settings..................................... 31 Store in a cool environment ............... 16 Network Restart................................... 31 Total discharge protection ................. 16 MAC Address ....................................... 31 Useful facts: Revox Joy radio system........ 16 Quick start function ............................. 31 Software ....................................... 32 Internet.................................................. 32 USB........................................................ 32 Remote access ............................. 33 Clock ............................................. 33 Auto Standby ................................ 34 Operation - Start-up process ................. 35 The configuration options .......................... 36 Operation .................................................... 37 1
  3. 3. network receiver Contents Main menu ............................................... 38 Error messages ....................................... 64 Last Music .................................................. 38 My Music.................................................... 39 Status messages ..................................... 67 Shortening access times .................... 40 A. Switching the device on ......... 67 Radio ........................................................... 41 B. Waiting for the network .......... 67 USB/ iPod ................................................. 45 C. Switching the device off ......... 67 USB ........................................................ 45 Network terminology ............................ 68 iPod ...................................................... 45 General .................................................. 68 iPod selection ..................................... 46 DNS ....................................................... 68 Music server .............................................. 47 LAN ........................................................ 68 Control functions........................................ 48 Gateway ................................................ 68 Cover display ........................................ 48 Client...................................................... 69 Local inputs ................................................ 49 DHCP ..................................................... 69 Rename Input ....................................... 50 IP Address ............................................ 69 Settings and comfort functions ................. 51 MAC Address ....................................... 69 Sound Setting ............................... 51 NAS ....................................................... 69 Alarm Clock 1 / 2 .......................... 52 Power Line – LAN ................................ 69 Short Time Alarm ......................... 54 Proxy Server ......................................... 69 Sleep-Ttimer................................. 55 Router (WLAN Router) ........................ 70 Change My Music ........................ 55 Server .................................................... 70 Device info ................................... 57 SSID ....................................................... 70 Basic settings .............................. 57 UPnP-AV ............................................... 70 WLAN .................................................... 71 Setting up Internet Radio ....................... 58 WPA....................................................... 71 WEP ....................................................... 71 Internet Audio Portal - IAP .................... 59 Wi-Fi ...................................................... 71 Initial login .................................................. 60 Network: Questions & Answers ............ 72 IAP Registration page ................................ 61 Managing the Revox IAP ........................... 62 Adding radio stations to Favorits .............. 63 Appendix .................................................. 75 Warranty ..................................................... 75 Copyright advice ......................................... 75 Environmental protection ........................... 75 Technical data S119/ S120 ......................... 762
  4. 4. Introduction network receiverWelcomeThe S119 and S120 network receivers In order to keep the operation on a parfrom Revox combine the latest streaming with the sophisticated technology, a lottechnology with an audiophile stereo of time and effort was invested in theoutput from the high-end range. detail of the optional remote control. You will feel it and see it.When you see the compact construction, itis easy to forget that there are full-blown This product innovation from Revoxtorodial transformers and heavy duty stands out as a true system for life,power supplies at work in the network thanks to its legendary robustness andreceivers, so that if required, up to 240 longevity, which the brand is known forwatts (S120) are available at the speaker throughout the world.terminals. Combined with the DSPprofessional speakers and spacecorrection, you, in the company of yourRevox speakers, will reach a musicalzenith, which need fear no comparisonwith its peers.For the benefit of audiophile musiclovers, Revox deliberately avoided theuse of fans. So that nonetheless, theS119/S120 can keep a cool head, evenwhen the temperatures outside top the40°C mark, a heat coupler has beenused. This aluminium heat pipedissipates the heat away from thenetwork processor over a gold-platedcoating on a large area of copper. Theheat can then escape from the inside ofthe housing through the convectionopenings. In this way, we achieve aprocessor temperature that is lower byup to 30°C, which impacts positively onthe processor stability and ensures along working life. 3
  5. 5. network receiver Introduction Setup Safety Please check the unit and accessories Take note of the label on the back of the after unpacking, to ensure that unit. everything is there and that there are no signs of transit damage. Read the User manual through carefully before starting to use the unit. Keep the manual for later reference. A unit that shows signs of mechanical In order to avoid the risk of an electric damage or which has had liquid in it shock, do not open the housing. should not be connected to the mains Maintenance and repairs should only be supply. carried out by qualified experts. Only use the mains cable supplied. The unit’s power supply and connections values (mains voltage, frequency) must Caution: Lithium batteries (internal) be checked before connecting it to the mains. Fuses used in the device must Danger of explosion if battery is comply with the factory definitions in the incorrectly replaced. Replace only with “Technical Data” section. the same or equivalent type – CR2032 3V. Batteries shall not be exposed to Scope of delivery excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. Network receiver (1x) Take note of the disposal hints within the chapter Appendix. Power cable (1x) Network cable (1x) Quick Reference Guide network receiver User manual CD * * Contains the complete S119/S120 German/English User manual in PDF format. A PDF Reader is required.4
  6. 6. Introduction network receiverInstallation - Safety advice Please follow the instructions in the Unplug the unit from the mains during User manual supplied. storms. Voltage peaks through the mains power supply caused by Do not position the unit close to strong lightning strikes can damage the unit. heat sources or in direct sunlight. There must be easy access to the Please take note of the following, if the power plug so that the unit can be receiver is to be installed in a cabinet unplugged at all times. or closed shelves. Allow at least 5 cm of free space around the device, so Lay the power cable such that it that the air can circulate freely and cannot be damaged. The power cable that there is no build up of heat. Do not should not have kinks or be laid over cover openings on the back wall or in sharp edges. It should not be walked the base of the unit. on or be exposed to any chemicals. The last point is valid for the whole It must be ensured that the correction unit. A power cable with damaged functioning of the units ventilation insulation can lead to electric shocks openings is not affected by being and represents a fire hazard. covered, e.g. by curtains, newspapers, table cloths, or similar. Never pull on the cable when plugging the unit in or out. Always hold the plug. This unit conforms to protection class 2. This means that with this unit, the Liquids, flammable or other objects ground cable is not connected to the should not be inserted in the unit’s housing, in order to effectively openings as this can lead to faults, fire or an electrical shock. eliminate sound-damaging ground- loops. With these network receivers Do not expose the device to splash however, Revox uses the ground cable water or high levels of humidity. Do not for the reduction of noise fields. For stand containers filled with liquid, e.g. flower vases, on the device. this reason, both the supplied cable and the connection panel are fitted It is only designed for operation in with a ground cable. temperate, non-tropical climates. The power plug should be removed Take note of and follow the safety from the socket during longer periods advice on the following pages. of non-use, for instance during an absence. 5
  7. 7. network receiver Introduction Safety measures Read and take note of the following Protect your unit from: safety advice for your own safety and to - damp, dripping water and steam avoid unnecessary damage to your - impacts and mechanical loads equipment. Please keep this safety - magnetic and electrical fields advice in a safe place for future - cold, heat, direct rays of the sun and reference. severe changes of temperature. - dust Avoid locating the unit in a position - accesses to the inside of the device which: - is exposed to direct sunlight Do not stand any articles with open - is directly next to a source of heat flames, e.g. lit candles on the unit. - has poor ventilation - has a dusty atmosphere Please note - is unstable In order to exclude the risk of an electric - has high humidity shock, do not remove the housing. Only have repair work carried out by a Revox The guarantee covers the intended specialist dealer. usage of the unit. Volume High build-ups of dust and humidity Loud music can cause hearing damage. cause creepage current in the unit that Avoid extremes of volume, particularly can cause a risk of shocks when over longer periods of time. touching the unit or lead to a fire. If you have moved the unit from a cold to Supervision a warm environment, leave it switched Do not allow children to handle the off for about two hours because of a equipment without supervision. Do not possible build up of condensation allow children in close proximity to the dampness. unit. Do not operate the S119/S120 without supervision. Switch the power You should always switch your S119/ switch off or unplug the unit if you are S120 off before connecting or going to be absent for a longer period of disconnecting other devices or time. speakers. Cleaning The unit should be cleaned using just a damp, soft and clean cloth without any abrasive cleaning agents.6
  8. 8. Introduction network receiverRegulations pertaining to the unitIn EU and EEC countries, Revox offers aguarantee on units bought in the EU,over and above the statutory rights ofguarantee claims against the seller. Theguarantee covers material and labourduring the period of the guarantee,which is defined by the Revox SalesPartners in the individual countries thatmake up the EU.In all countries, the guarantee servicesoffered by the Revox Sales Agents areover and above the statutory regulations.They are only valid in the country ofpurchase. Proof of purchase from anauthorised Revox Partner must beproduced to make a claim on theguarantee.The guarantee is made null and void inthe case of incorrect interventionmeasures or non-professionally executedrepairs.FuseThe S119/S120 is equipped with aprimary fuse located inside the housing.This internal fuse may not be changed bythe user.In this case of a fault, please contactyour nearest Revox Service Point. 7
  9. 9. network receiver Presentation S119/ S120 Front panel As well as housing the multi-colour Advice about the installation location status LED, the front panel of the receiver also conceals a radio module As the radio module is located directly (RF) for the bidirectional data traffic with behind the glass panel on the front of the the optional S208 remote control. The unit, the S119/S120 should be installed so unit is controlled through the S208 that it is aligned in the direction of the remote control. remote control. This guarantees the maximum distance for operating use the S208. Walls and ceilings, particularly those made out of brick or concrete (with reinforcement), significantly reduce the distance. Front view of the S119 network receiver8
  10. 10. Presentation network receiverDisplay colours: Status LEDDark-blue Quickstart function [off]: Green (flashing) In this standby mode, all functions, After switching on at the power switch, with the exception of the radio the status LED flashes green for about 10 module, are deactivated. seconds. During this time, the S208 remote Power consumption: < 0.6 W* control can be paired/ synchronised with the receiver, i.e. these two devices can beLight-blue connected with each other, functionally. Quickstart function [on]: You will find the necessary steps for this Unit is in standby mode. If the procedure explained in the S208 Remote Quickstart function is activated, the control chapter. network processor is switched on permanently. This significantly reduces the switch-on phase, as the Red (flashing) connection to the network doesnt A non-defined fault has occurred. If have to be built up again. All other necessary, switch the unit off and on sub-assemblies, such as the audio using the power switch. signal processing or the outputs, including the main transformer are switched off, as with normal standby Red (permanent) mode. Quickstart mode is also a The timer in the network receiver is requirement, in order to be able to active. This can be the case, for example, control the receiver with a network- if the timer function is activated, with based Revox App. which the receiver switches itself on Power consumption: approx. 4.5 W* automatically after a certain time.The USB input supports the charging ofexternal devices, e.g. an iPhone in Whitestandby mode. The receiver is in operation.* without USB feed. 9
  11. 11. network receiver Presentation S119/ S120 Connection panel Please take note of the connection information on the following pages.10
  12. 12. Presentation network receiverExplanation of the connectionsName Function Power cable connection (class 2 with ground cable) TheAC Power voltage definition [V~] on the unit label must be adhered to.Aux 1 / Aux 2 Analogue audio inputs, max. input voltage: 2.0 V ppCoax 1 / Coax 2 Digital audio inputs through coaxial cableOptional1 Antenna input for an optional FM/DAB module Reset button for restoring factory defaults. Can be activatedFactory2 using a paper clip.Loudspeaker (Right + Left) Speaker connection / Impedance: at least 4 RJ45 network connection for wired audio streaming (iRadio,Network NAS) and for App control Power switch - no power consumption when in off positionPower switch Please note: If the power cable is connected, certain internal switching areas are live, even if the switch is in the off position.Optical 1/ Optical 2 Digital audio inputs through fibre optic - TOSLinkOutput Analog Controlled analogue audio output, e.g. for external outputOutput Digital Digital audio output over coaxial cable (potential-free) Controlled analogue audio output for active subwooferOutput Sub (Subwoofer) Pilot signal for subwoofer wakeup available in the S119/S120 basic settings Start button for start-up from the standby state. Quick StartStart up function is activated for permanent control through an App. USB B input for the USB data carriers or iPod/iPhoneUSB connection. WLAN antenna connection for wireless audio streamingWi-Fi (iRadio, NAS) and App control, supplied with the unit1 not supplied with the S119/S1202 Switch off the S119/ S120 via Power switch – keep pressing the Factory button – Switch on the device via Power switch. When the status LED (front) starts flashing green, release the Factory button. 11
  13. 13. network receiver Presentation S208 Remote control The optional S208 Remote control offers One S208 controls several receivers you the optimum way to control the Up to 24 network receivers can be S119/S120 network receiver. All controlled with one S208 Remote control. information is displayed clearly on the However, it can only communicate or TFT colour display, through the bi- have a wireless connection with one directional wireless connection. receiver at a time. If a connection to a Additionally, the control of third-party second receiver is established (Select devices with an IR Code can be device hotkey), the connection to the integrated through a database. The first receiver is automatically closed. remote control is configured using the free-of-charge S208 EasyCreator PC software that can be downloaded from Two S208s for one receiver the Revox homepage. If you are using several S208 remotes, it should be noted that one receiver can Initial operation only have a wireless connection to one The remote control battery should be remote controller at a time. If for charged up for at least 3 hours before example, there is already a connection you start to use it. Please refer to Page to remote control 1, remote control 2 15 of this User manual for information on cannot establish a connection to the how to do this. receiver. Remote control 2 can only establish a connection once remote The charger supplied with the remote control 1 has ended the connection to control is used to charge the lithium ion the receiver with the button or has battery in the S208. established a connection to another receiver. The operation of the S119/S120 using the S208 Remote control is described in the Lithium battery information next chapter. The setting options of the The remote control, with the battery in it, remote itself, such as the background should not be exposed to sources of colour of the display, are defined in the great heat such as the direct rays of the S208. On the other hand, the menus and sun or to fire. Please also read the setting options that affect the network information concerning the disposal of receiver itself depend on the this product in the Appendix at the end corresponding device. As a result, the of this User manual. description is split between the S208 and the S119/S120.12
  14. 14. Presentation network receiverS208 Overview 13
  15. 15. network receiver Presentation Explanation of the Remote control Button Function with S119/S120 network receiver (not IR operation) Switch S119/S120 off hotkey to switch between/switch on network receivers and IR devices. Menu-dependant option buttons - (number input : lower/upper case) Main menu with source selection (radio, USB, local sources, etc...) Access to (basic) settings. Short press: S119/S120 settings (only if there is already a connection to the receiver) Long press: S208 settings Displays the information screen about the currently selected source Adds the track that is currently playing to the My music list Calls the My music list Quit menu / Up one level / Back Change zone. Displays all available zones Displays the sources Home menu, e.g. radio, music server, ... Confirm / Accept / Select Right-Left / Decrease-Increase / Delete-Cursor to the right Up-Down / Decrease-Increase Volume control. Volume level can be set from 0 to 40. Comfort start-up volume* Mute / Un-mute Decrease-Increase / Down-Up Stop Track down-up / Down-Up Record [currently without function] Play Pause Digits 0-9 / Letters A-Z Start/end SHUFFLE Start/end REPEAT (track/all) * If the volume is set to a level higher than [Vol 20] when it is switched off, a lower volume level [Vol 10] is used when the device is switched on again.14
  16. 16. Presentation network receiverCharging the battery Charging control / status displayThe S208 remote control has arechargeable lithium ion battery that can Battery is being charged -be charged using either the supplied do not interrupt the charging processcharger or a mini-USB connection. Battery is fully charged -Use the charger with the supplied USB charging process can be endedcable and the pluggable power supply.Insert the S208 vertically in the charger Battery fullcradle (Step 1) and then let it slopebackwards (step 2). This ensures thatthere is good contact between the 4 goldcontact-connections on the chargingcradle and the remote control. Battery almost empty Battery empty - please rechargeAlternatively, the charger can also beconnected to the network receiversUSB output if this is not needed for anyother purpose. In this case, the Connecting charger to the power supplypluggable power supply is not required. 15
  17. 17. network receiver Presentation Battery care Useful facts: Revox Joy radio system Keep the number of charging cycles to a The transmitting power of the S2008 minimum remote control and the receiver unit in The working life of a lithium ion battery is the Joy device is in the μW or mW range, largely determined by the number of depending on the data traffic. Is the S208 times it is charged, irrespective of in standby mode, there is even no radio whether it is charged from 90% to 100% communications between the devices - or from 10% to 100%. For this reason, it no polling at short intervals. makes sense to charge the remote only The S119 / S120 is the off-mode only in a once the charge-level display is showing receiving mode, which means that he [Almost empty] or [Empty]. This will "hears" only, whether data for him are lengthen the working life of the battery sent. No active sending. with the same number of charging Conclusion: The Revox Joy receiver cycles. behaves exemplary in electric smog. Store in a cool environment If possible, dont place or keep the remote control in warm or hot locations, e.g. on a window sill or other places that get hot. At temperatures above 40°C, the rate of self-discharge increases and irreversibly shortens the overall working life and capacity. Particularly if the remote control is not going to be used for several weeks, it should be kept in a cool location with the battery at 50% to 80% charge. Total discharge protection The S208 remote control has a total discharge protection feature that switches the battery that provides its power off, as soon as this is completely discharged either through usage or through longterm storage. Once the S208 is in this state, it no longer reacts to button-presses. In this case, the remote control has to be completely recharged using the charger or the USB connection. This takes at least 3 hours.16
  18. 18. Configuration network receiverS208 Basic settings Remote controlThe Basic settings for the S208 arecalled up by pressing and holding the Name [Re:control S208]button for > 2 seconds. Time: Hours (0-23) [13] Time: Hours (0-59) [45] Stand-by (0-300) [60] Time in cradle [On] Weekday Brightness Background colour Hotkeys Change language Rename device Delete device Add zone Delete zone Transport lockThen, you can select from the following Name [Re:control S208]basic settings: Editing options for the remote controls Remote control name, which is displayed in the Home Select device menu. Change zone Time: Hours (0-23) [13] Information Time: Hours (0-59) [45] Start pairing Time setting in hours and minutes, in case there is no connection to theYou can make your inputs and selections network through the receiver. Otherwise,in the individual menus using the the time is updated over the networknavigation buttons, OK and the number (Internet).pad. Decrease / Delete - Increase Stand-by (0-300) [60] Up-Down Timeout in seconds until the remoteOK Confirm control, not the receiver, switches to0-9 Direct input of numbers/letters standby. A longer timeout shortens the Uppercase-Lowercase battery life accordingly. 17
  19. 19. network receiver Configuration Weekday Hotkeys Weekday selection, which appears as an Four hotkeys are available per abbreviation (Mo, Tu, We ...) in the status Zone/Room that can have network bar at the bottom of the display. This is receivers or IR devices assigned to them also important for the receivers alarm from the list of available devices. clock function. Network receivers are integrated into this list by being paired with the S208. IR Brightness devices are integrated through the S208 The TFT colour display can be operated EasyCreator PC program. You can now at three different brightness settings, assign these devices to the hotkeys in low / medium / high, as well as in the corresponding zones through the automatic mode In this case, the hotkey menu. This function is also integrated brightness sensor (see S208 available in the S208 EasyCreator PC overview) measures the ambient program. brightness and adjusts the background lighting accordingly. Change language The brighter the background lighting Here, you can select the remote selection, the shorter the battery life. controls menu language. You can choose between: English, German, Background colour French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch. Five colours are available as background colour: Dark grey / Walnut / Blue / Red / Rename device Moss green. On the one hand, this gives This menu allows you to change the you the option of choosing a colour that names of all devices that are currently matches your personal preference but it available in the remote control. This also makes it easier to differentiate function is also available in the S208 between them, if several remotes are EasyCreator PC program. being used. Delete device Devices can be deleted through this menu. Deleted IR devices can only be added back in again using S208 EasyCreator. Network receivers can be made available again through the remote controls pairing process.18
  20. 20. Configuration network receiver Select device Add zone You select a device that is available inZones can be added and named through the remote control and that you want tothis menu. In the simplest case, a control, through this menu. All devicesZone/Room consists of one network are listed here, irrespective of whetherreceiver or one IR device. Combinations they are assigned to a zone or not. Theare also possible of course. This function devices can be S119/S120 networkis also available in the S208 EasyCreator receivers or third-party devices that arePC program. controlled by infrared (IR). S119/S120 network receivers are added Rename zone to the device list through the pairingThis menu allows you to change the process.names of all zones that are currently IR devices are added to the device listavailable in the remote control. This through the S208 EasyCreator PCfunction is also available in the S208 program.EasyCreator PC program. Change zone Delete zone This menu enables you to change to orZones that have been created can be call up another zone. This function candeleted through this menu. A deleted also be called directly through thezone can be added back in again either button.through the Add zone option in the S208menu or through S208 EasyCreator. Information This menu gives you various details such Transport lock as serial number, software states or theThe motion detector is disabled when number of integrated devices.the transport lock option is activated, so The USB login is also done through thisthat if you are transporting the S208 by menu of the S208 is to be configuredcar, for example, it wont remain through the S208 EasyCreator PCpermanently switched on and discharge program. For this purpose, a USBthe battery. The transport lock option is connection (USB Mini <-> USB B) is setactivated with the OK button. Pressing up between the remote control and a PCany other button deactivates the running Windows. Then, the red buttontransport lock again. is pressed in the Information menu. This initiates the S208 connection. If connection is successful, "Connected" appears in the S208 display. 19
  21. 21. network receiver Configuration Start Pairing Background information to pairing A fixed communication must be created for the bidirectional wireless connection between the S208 remote control and the network receiver, in order that they can communicate securely with each other again after a restart or power outage. This is also necessary because there may be several network receivers and remote controls in one system. The exchange of information for the purpose of uniquely identifying the devices is called Pairing. An S208 remote control can be deployed for the control of several network receivers and as a result can also be paired with several network receivers. Pairing process To prepare for the pairing of an S208 and and S119/S120, switch the network receiver off at the power switch and wait until the status LED on the front panel has gone out. If you now switch the receiver back on, the LED flashes green for about 10 seconds. During this time, you have the chance to start the pairing process [Start Pairing], using the OK button. Once a network receiver is recognised, its name appears in the S208 display. Now the name and the preferred hotkeys can be selected. This completes the pairing process.20
  22. 22. Configuration network receiverFirst contactVarious connections have to be made Power cablebefore setting up your S119/S120 for the Only use the power cable supplied byfirst time. Revox. It must also be ensured that the voltage value printed on the type plateSpeakers and outputs corresponds to the available mainsUse cables with sufficient cross section voltage. If required, the S119/S120 canprofile to connect your speakers to the be reconfigured for a different mainsS119/S120. voltage. This should however only be done by an authorised specialist dealer.The Revox recommendation:Length 0 - 5 m: min. 2.5 mm2 / AWG 13 LAN/WLAN network connectionLength 5 - 10 m: min. 4.0 mm2 / AWG 11 The S119/S120 network receiver is designed for network-based functions,Each speaker must have an impedance such as playing Internet radio or as aof at least 4 . You must ensure that all streaming client for your music librarythe cable strands are located correctly that is located on a network hard drive.in the speaker connection terminal and The receiver needs access to yourthat no individual strand is touching network for these functions. This can beanother connector or has contact with done preferably through a wired LANthe S119/S120 housing. connection, using the supplied RJ45Fully-insulated banana plugs provide an network cable or wirelessly through aelegant solution for making speaker WLAN.connections. The screw connectorsmust be fully tightened to ensure a The reason for preferring a wired LANsecure contact. connection to a WLAN connection is its reduced susceptibility to failures and theEnsure correct polarity when connecting option of being able to transmit high-the cables in order to ensure perfect resolution audio formats ( 96 kHz)stage sound reproduction. Crossed without any interruptions. If a LANpolarity doesnt cause any damage to connection is used, the WLAN functionthe speaker or the amplifier, but it leads is switched off. In this case, the suppliedto an imprecise and somewhat diffused WLAN antenna is not needed. Thesound picture that is weak in the bass wireless connection to the S208 remoteranges. control is done through the radio module integrated in the glass front panel, which is independent of the WLAN. 21
  23. 23. network receiver Configuration The first step - Establishing the connection to the network Your network WLAN Wireless communication The following description for the cabling An access point is required for the and the setup of the S119/S120 makes wireless communication between the the assumption that there is a S119/S120 and the router. This can be an functioning network with router available external unit or it can be integrated in and that the network is operational. the WLAN router. If you have any questions about the Internet Radio setup and configuration of your network If you want to use the S119/S120 to or Internet access, please refer to your receive Internet radio, there must be a System administrator or an IT specialist broadband Internet access to the router. of your choosing. Setting up the Internet access may involve further costs. The management and use of the Revox Internet Radio Portal is free-of-charge and already included in the purchase price.22
  24. 24. Configuration network receiverThe first step - Establishing the connection to the remote control using pairingAll the functions of the S119/S120 The picture below shows the pairingnetwork receiver are controlled through process between the S208 and athe S208 remote control. Through the bi- network receiver. You will find an exactdirectional wireless connection, the S208 description of this process on the nextcan display content and operating state, page.keeping you up to date at all times.Control is not just limited to one networkreceiver. Actually, up to 24 receivers canbe controlled.To make this possible, each networkreceiver has to be "introduced" to theremote control one time. This is calledpairing. The S208 remote control can onlycommunicate or have a wirelessconnection with one receiver at a time. Ifa connection to a second receiver isestablished, the connection to the firstreceiver is automatically closed. 23
  25. 25. network receiver Configuration The first step - Establishing the connection to the remote control Once all connections are in place, the If the battery icon is already visible network receiver can be switched on on the S208 or if there is no display at all, using the power switch. the battery needs to be charged - see Chapter Charging the battery. After switching on, the green status LED on the front panel flashes for about 10 seconds. Pairing between the network receiver and an S208 remote control can be carried out during this green phase. In the case of a combi- package consisting of network receiver and S208 remote control, Revox will already have carried out the pairing. You can switch the S119/S120 on directly by pressing the hotkey on the remote control with the name S119 or S120. In the example on the right, that would be hotkey A. Carrying out a pairing with a new S208 In the case of a new S208 remote control that has not been paired, the pairing process is started by confirming the Start Pairing option during the green phase . Now, the S208 tries to connect to the network receiver. If one is recognised, it transmits its name to the S208. This can now be edited and assigned at a later stage to a hotkey. This successfully completes the pairing process and the receiver is automatically switched on.24
  26. 26. Configuration network receiverFirst steps in the Main menuWhile the connection is beingestablished to the network, "Pleasewait... Currently starting up" appearsin the display. Then, the S208 Homemenu, with the sources is displayed.Sources identified with a are sourcesthat are available or present. On theother hand, indicates that thesesources are currently not yet available orcannot be reached. In the example onthe right, there is a connection to(Internet) radio. A USB device (iOSproducts/USB memory) or a music Start screenserver (NAS) on the other hand has notbeen identified or is not available.The local inputs are always availableeven if they are not being used or havenot been assigned.The first item, "Last listened to" stores thelast 16 sources or paths to have beenselected. These can be Internet radiostations or tracks from a USB massstorage. Local inputs are not taken intoaccount. When the system is first setup,this folder is of course empty. Home menuThis completes the first steps. In order to You can now make your choice at thebe able take full advantage of the quality remote control, through the fourand comfort functions of the Revox navigation buttons and the OK button.network receiver, we would invite you toget to know all the details and nuancesthrough our User manual. 25
  27. 27. network receiver Configuration Radio not available!? If Internet radio is not available to you, it was probably not possible to establish an Internet connection. There can be several reasons for this. The network cable to the router is not plugged in or a crossover network cable has been used. As a factory setting, the S119/S120 is set to DHCP, which means that it gets its IP address automatically from the router. DHCP must therefore be possible and/or activated in the router settings. If this is not wanted, the receiver can also be assigned a fixed IP address. See Chapter Network settings The firewall is blocking access. See Chapter NETWORK QUESTIONS / TIPS WLAN connection. The WLAN antenna at the receiver / the WLAN router is not available. The WLAN function is deactivated at the router or the router is switched off. See Chapter Network settingsand WLAN status. The main menu is called by pressing the Home button on the S208. You will find more information about setting up and operating the network receiver in the two main chapters "Settings" and "Operation".26
  28. 28. Configuration network receiverS119/S120 Basic settingsThe Basic settings menu offers all thosesettings that are not needed every day,e.g. automatic switch-off, speakerselection or renaming of the device.The S119/S120 receiver must have awireless connection to the S208 in orderfor basic settings to be made and it musthave been selected as a device, e.g.over the corresponding hotkey.Now press the Setup button andselect the option Basic settings in theDevice menu. Confirming your choicewith the OK button opens the Basicsettings menu.Then, you can select from the followingbasic settings: Speaker Setup Network Software Remote Access Clock Auto StandbyYou can make your inputs and selectionsin the individual menus using thenavigation buttons, OK and the numberpad. Decrease / Delete - Increase Up-DownOK Confirm0-9 Direct input of numbers/letters Uppercase-Lowercase (blue) 27
  29. 29. network receiver Configuration Speaker Setup Three steps to perfection: Through the Speaker menu, you can 1. Selecting the speakers make all the basic settings to adjust your Using the buttons, select the Revox Revox speakers to optimally match your speaker type you want to operate with installation environment and the your S119/S120. You can scan through S119/S120. the current Revox models in an endless loop. Needless to say, future models will For the development of the DSP system, be made available for selection through Revox measured all the current a software update. As soon as a Revox Re:sound speakers and their speaker is selected, this is indicated characteristics under studio conditions when the DSP text on the display and added this information to the changes colour to DSP. amplifier characteristic curve. As well as If your speaker is not in the list, use the the audio-physical parameters, the selection: Any/ Unknown. A linear performance range of the speaker is amplifier characteristic curve is used taken into account and if necessary, the with this setting. maximum output performance of the speaker outputs is throttled back. This guarantees that your speaker is only 2. Choosing the location subjected to the power that it can handle The location of your speakers both mechanically and thermally, even significantly influences the playback when the unit is at full load. quality, particular in the bass range. The speaker setup offers three location options: [Neutral] Your speakers are free-standing: studio conditions [Near wall] Your speakers are standing less than 0.5 metres away from a wall. The slightly increased bass reproduction that this causes is compensated for, so that a neutral playback is achieved, in spite of the proximity to the wall. DSP: Digital Signal Processor28
  30. 30. Configuration network receiver [Corner] Background At least one of your pair of speakers is Many subwoofers are equipped with standing less than 0.5 metres from a automatic signal recognition that corner. The increased bass reproduction should rouse the subwoofer from that this causes is compensated for, so standby when there is a signal on its that a neutral playback is achieved, in input. Unfortunately with many models, spite of the proximity to the corner. this automatic function only kicks in at higher levels. The subwoofer remains3. Adjusting the subwoofer switched off with low-volume musicThrough the third menu item, you define with correspondingly low levels.whether an active subwoofer with itsown output is connected to the Revox solutionS119/S120. The S119/S120 Pilot function solves this switch-on problem by overlaying the [Off] low-frequency subwoofer signal with a By selecting the setting Off, you define 10 kHz signal with a higher level. This that no bass signal is output through high pilot signal has no effect on the the "Output - Sub" cinch socket. The bass reproduction as it is filtered out bass range is output exclusively reliably by the low-pass filter ahead of through the two main speakers. the output. The signal recognition auto function however does recognise the [On]* high pilot signal, ensuring that the By selecting the setting On, you define subwoofer is switched on consistently, that the bass signal is output through even at lower bass levels. the cinch socket to the active subwoofer. At the same time, the bass *Phase-linear behaviour signal is removed from the main Revox sends a phase-linear subwoofer speakers, thereby relieving them of the signal to the speaker outputs. In order to bass reproduction. The signal is split achieve an optimum addition of by a phase-linear, time-compensated subwoofer and speaker level in the filter. transfer range, you should set the phase regulator at the subwoofer electronics to [On + Pilot]* 0° and select a cut-off frequency of 120 The On+Pilot setting allows you to use Hz. a unique comfort function developed by Revox that ensures that subwoofers with auto-functions are turned on even with low-volume music. 29
  31. 31. network receiver Configuration Network All the relevant settings for the network The network name can be edited communication are defined/ displayed in through the Network name-ID menu, this menu. using the following button functions: Delete Cursor to the right OK Confirm 0-9 Direct input of numbers/letters 0, 1 Special characters Uppercase-Lowercase (blue) This function should not be confused with "Rename device", in which the receiver (hardware) can be fitted with a new name – see alo page 18. Network Status Status display of: WLAN status Connection (deactivated if LAN used) IP Address Status display of: Subnet mask WiFi Signal Gateway IP WiFi Channel Encryption Network name-ID As the factory-setting, each Joy receiver IP Settings identifies itself inside a network as S119 Here you can choose whether you want or S120. If you are deploying several to assign a fixed IP address or whether network receivers however, it can be the S119/S120 will obtain an automatic IP beneficial to be able to assign them address from the router using DHCP. different names. Selection options: Automatic (DHCP) Manual input30
  32. 32. Configuration network receiverIn the case of a manual input, you can MAC Addressmake the following settings: Display of the MAC address that has o IP Address been uniquely assigned to this S119/ o Subnet mask S120. o Gateway IP o DNS Server 1 Quick start function o DNS Server 2 If the Quickstart function is activated [on], the network processor is switchedPressing the OK button moves you from on permanently. This significantlyone input field to the next. After the DNS reduces the switch-on phase, as theServer 2 input has been made, the data connection to the network doesnt haveis applied and the system attempts to to be built up again. All other sub-establish a connection. assemblies, such as the audio signal processing or the outputs, including the Factory setting = DHCP main transformer are switched off, as with normal standby mode.WLAN Settings Quickstart mode [on] is also aHere, you can make the settings for a requirement, in order to be able toWLAN connection. If there is no LAN control the receiver with a network-connection, any wireless networks that based Revox App.are found, are displayed in a list. Selectthe WLAN network you want to use and The receiver can be switched on fromallow the system to guide you through standby mode using the Start-up buttonthe connection menu. on the back of the device (Page 10/11).If there is already a LAN connection, you This also activates the Quickstart modecan enter the network name (SSID) and [on], in order to be able to ensureestablish a connection by inputting the permanent control through the App,password, the encryption type and the without the S208 remote control.DHCP definitions. Standby consumption goes up < 0.6 watts to 4.5 watts, if the Quickstart function isNetwork Restart activated.Carry out a restart after modifying thenetwork settings (IP/ WLAN) or whenswapping the LAN/WLAN network. 31
  33. 33. network receiver Configuration Software This menu displays the status of the Do not execute any actions at the software version with date and enables S119/S120 while an update is running. an update to be carried out. Internet This is a quick and easy option for carrying out an update. This option should however, only be chosen if the S119/S120 has a stable LAN connection. If only a WLAN connection is possible, we recommend using a USB stick for the update. Start the update with the OK button. USB [with FAT/ FAT32 formatting] Download the bin file from the Revox Homepage and save it to the root folder If you want to update your S119/S120 of your USB stick. Do not put the bin file software, select Update and confirm in a sub-folder. Plug the USB stick into your intention with the OK button. The the USB socket on the back of the following menu appears: S119/S120 and start the update with the OK button. NTFS-formatted USB sticks are not recognised by the S119/S120. The progress of the update is visible on the S208 display while the update is running. Wait until the update is completed. Here, you now have the option of selecting whether the update should be done over the Internet or using a USB stick.32
  34. 34. Configuration network receiver Remote access ClockIf Remote access is activated, UPnP Normally, the network receiver gets itscommands from UPnP Control points are time setting from the Internet. In orderaccepted. This means that the S119/S120 that it can display the right time for yourcan be externally controlled through the location, with or without daylight saving,network (LAN/WLAN), e.g. by UPnP- based on the Universal Coordinatedbased apps like the Plug Player. Time (UTC), it needs the offset from UTCIf Remote access is deactivated, the and the definition of whether daylightS119/S120 can only be controlled saving is currently active or not.through the S208 remote control. Example offsets from UTC: 0:00 England, Ireland, Portugal 1:00 Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Norway, France, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, Belgium 2:00 Finland This menu should not be confused with the Time menu for the S208 remote control on Page 17, which only runs there in the background as a backup security system in the event of a power outage, etc. 33
  35. 35. network receiver Configuration Auto Standby The automatic standby function can be activated through this menu. In this way, the network receiver is automatically switched to standby mode if the network connection is interrupted for more than 5 minutes or the playback from USB/iPod media is ended. The same applies for the Music server as well. Automatic switch off has no effect on the following sources: Coax 1/ 2 Optical 1/ 2 Aux 1/ 2 Radio34
  36. 36. Operation network receiverOperation - Start-up processOnce all the basic settings for the S208remote control and the S119/S120network receiver have been made, youcan start with the actual operation.Switch the S119/S120 on directly bypressing the hotkey on the remotecontrol with the name S119 or S120. Inthe example on the right, that would behotkey A. Alternatively, if no hotkey isassigned, the network receiver can alsobe started with the button combination [Figure 1] (System) Device Selection [Figure 1]Several network receivers presentIf you are deploying several S119/S120network receivers, it makes sense togive them different names, so that theycan be uniquely identified in the devicelist or through the hotkey assignmentwhen calling or starting them.Now the S208 remote control initiates aconnection query to the correspondingnetwork receiver. [Figure 2] [Figure 2]Once a wireless connection to theS119/S120 could be established, but thenetwork connection is not yetcompleted, the S208 remote controlshows: [Figure 3]The S119/S120 always starts up with thesource that had been selected before itwas last switched off. [Figure 3] 35
  37. 37. network receiver Operation The configuration options Essentially, the following relationships Zone exist between multiple S208 remote Usually, one zone covers one room to controls and S119/S120 network which several devices (network receivers: receivers + IR devices) are assigned. This can, for example, be an S119 that One S208 can control a maximum of 24 plays the sound from a connected different devices. These devices can be television. Both devices (S119 + TV) S119/S120 network receivers or Infrared- would be assigned to the "Living room" controlled third-party devices - see Page zone. 17 "Select device". IR devices can only be added and assigned to a zone using the S208 One S119/S120 network receiver can be EasyCreator PC program. paired with and controlled by up to six S208 remote controls - see Page 18 / 21. If the pairing process for a seventh remote control is carried out, the pairing identifier for the first remote control is deleted. Up to eight zones can be created. The creation and renaming of zones can be done directly at the S208 remote control or by using the S208 EasyCreator PC program - see Page 19. Up to four four hotkeys can have devices (network receivers or IR devices) assigned in each zone.36
  38. 38. Operation network receiverOperationAll the functions and information from The next pages give you informationthe selected S119/S120 network receiver about the individual sources and theare shown on the S208 remote control additional functions.colour display. The picture below showsa basic view where a source has been The functions and content are displayedselected and playback has started. This specifically for the selected networkof course can vary from one source to receiver [see picture below: Controlledanother. As well as the status display for receiver]. If no receiver is active/source name, battery, playback function selected the S208 remote control justand various alarm clock services, in the shows its own System menu.centre of the display you haveinformation about the source that iscurrently playing. 37
  39. 39. network receiver Operation Main menu The main menu is called with the button on the remote control and displays the source overview and the "Last listened to": Last Music My music Radio USB/ iPod Audio Server Local input Sources identified with a are sources that are available or present. On the other hand, indicates that these Last Music sources are currently not yet available or The first item, "Last Music" stores the last cannot be reached. 16 sources or paths to have been selected. These can be Internet radio The local inputs are always available stations or tracks from a USB mass even if they are not being used or have storage. Local inputs are not taken into not been assigned. account. As some sources may no longer be ABC search available because, for example, the USB The alphabetic search function is stick was unplugged, it can happen that available in all menus that have the path is no longer valid / no longer alphabetic lists. These can be for exists. This is shown in the display with example, Internet radio station lists or an the message "Can’t play music. Press album list in a USB folder. To start the "OK"". ABC search, just press the required letter or number using the number pad, When the system is first setup, this while in the list view. The selected letter folder is of course empty. is shown at the start of the list. After a short waiting time, dependent on the number of list entries, the S208 shows the search results.38
  40. 40. Operation network receiver My MusicThe My Music selection covers all yourfavourite stations or tracks that you haveadded through the button [Add to Mymusic]. These can be stations orpodcasts from the Internet radio or theycan be tracks from a USB stick or anetwork drive.My Music can also be called directlythrough the button [Call My music list]on the S208 remote control. There canbe a maximum of 18 entries.As some sources may no longer beavailable because, for example, the USBstick was unplugged, it can happen thatthe entry/path is no longer valid / nolonger exists. This is shown in thedisplay with the message "Can’t playmusic. Press "OK"".When the system is first setup, thisfolder is of course empty.You can rename or also delete the Figure 1existing My Music entries through theChange My Music menu item. To do this,press briefly on the button and selectthis menu item. [Figure 1]The name of the entry can be changedthrough corresponding item in thefollowing menu [Figure 2]. You can alsodelete individual or all entries. You willfind an exact description of this on Page55. Figure 2 39
  41. 41. network receiver Operation My Music – iRadio Shortening access times When you store stations or podcasts through the Internet radio option into the My Music folder, a list path is created in the background. If a My Music entry is now called, the receiver uses this path as the route to find the corresponding radio station. The more entries there are in the list, the more time the receiver needs to find the entry again. It makes sense then to select the shortest list path when adding a My Music entry for radio stations or podcasts that you call up on a daily basis. As a rule this is a call that is made through the Favourites list that you create in the (Online Services) option in the Revox Internet Audio Portal (see Page 59). Path: Internet Radio > Favourites > Favourites Group A good alternative without the Internet Portal is: Path: Internet Radio > Device Location [Country] > Genre The longest access times result from using the following selection to search for the station: Path: Internet Radio > Countries > Continent > Country > All Stations By employing a more elegant call-up strategy, you can achieve access times that are 5-times faster.40
  42. 42. Operation network receiver Radio Internet RadioSelecting Radio gives you two options to The selection Internet Radio gives youchoose from: access to thousands of radio stations Last Music available from around the world. As well Internet radio as the linguistic diversity available, you can also make specific selection based on particular musical directions (Genres). Podcasts offer even more individuality. Podcasts are broadcasts such as news programmes, magazine shows, crime dramas, comedies, etc. that are started when you select them. You dont switch onto a program that is currently running as is usual when listening to (Internet) radio. You actively start the playback of a program. Currently, the following selection options are available under the Internet radio Last Music section:The "Last Music" selection saves the last10 Internet radio stations / podcasts tohave been selected. It can occur that astation or a podcast transmission is nolonger available or has been removedfrom the programme. This is then shownin the display with the message "Can’tplay music. Press "OK"". When thesystem is first setup, this folder is ofcourse empty. 41
  43. 43. network receiver Operation The selection options in the Internet Added Stations radio menu are constantly being adapted The Added Stations selection lists those to meet customer requirements. It can radio stations that you added yourself in occur therefore, that new or modified the Revox Internet Audio Portal (see selection options are added. Chapter IAP, page 57), as these are not listed by default. You need the URL, the At the time of printing this manual, the Internet path, of the operator of the radio following selection criteria were station to be able to add a new Internet available: radio station in the IAP. You will usually find this on the providers homepage or Favourites you can display them in a media player, Added Stations e.g. RealPlayer. Device location (country) Example of an URL: Location http://213.251.170.124:80 Genres Podcasts By Location Podcasts By Genre Device location (country) New Stations Your S119/S120 knows which country it is Most Popular Stations in through its IP address. Using this information, it offers the user direct access to the selection of national radio Favourites stations. This shortens the time needed to Under Favourites you will find a list of make your selection as you dont have to your preferred radio stations and/or go through the continent and country groupings, which you had previously selections first. organised through the Revox Internet Correspondingly, an S119/S120 that is Audio Portal (see Chapter IAP). How to located in London (UK), will show United do this and what you have to take into Kingdom here. account is described in the Chapter Setting up Internet Radio on page 57. Locations Selection of radio station by countries. Searching for the required radio stations is made quick and specific through the classification into Continents Countries.42
  44. 44. Operation network receiver GenreListing of radio stations based on certainmusic genres, such as rock, jazz, folk, etc.Within the genre, the individual radiostations are either listed alphabetically(All Stations) or by the countries offeringthis type of music. Podcasts By LocationListing of podcast transmissions based onthe country/continent where the provideris located. Podcasts By GenreListing of podcast transmission based onthe genre these transmissions areassigned to. New StationsNew radio stations are being addedsomewhere in the world every day. As youwont want to go to the effort of searchingfor new radio station arrivals every dayyourself, these are listed in the selectionNew Stations. Most Popular StationsListing of the Internet radio stations thatare currently being most listened to. 43
  45. 45. network receiver Operation Internet radio display Track and radio station are displayed when playing Internet radio. In the case of a podcast, the corresponding programme name is shown. If the station doesnt have its own station logo, the S119/S120 shows a default logo [130 x 130 pixels). If the station does have its own station logo, the S119/S120 shows the egg-timer icon until the logo is fully available. (130 x 130 pixel). Once the station logo has been transmitted in it entirety, it is shown in a larger resolution of up to 150 x 150 pixels. The example shown here is the AVRO station from the Netherlands, which is known for its high quality broadcasting.44
  46. 46. Operation network receiver USB/ iPodThe USB/iPod selection menu enables iPodaccess to devices/content connected to Connect the Apple product (see nextthe S119/S120s USB input. That can be page for Apple product list) with theeither an iPod or iPhone from the Apple S119/S120 using a USB cable as shownCompany or a USB storage (USB memory in the figure below. You should use thestick* or external USB drive* with/ original Apple USB cable for thiswithout its own power supply). purpose. In addition, Revox offers an iPod Docking station in the same designUSB as the S208 charging cradle (Part no.USB storage with FAT/ FAT32 formating. 1.561.096.00).Here, all tracks and music folders from the After a short time for the connection toUSB storage medium are displayed. You be established, the USB/iPod selectioncan make your choice using the can be made. The message "Accessorynavigation buttons. NTFS- or MAC- connected" appears in the display of theformatted USB sticks are not recognised Apple product.by the S119/S120.Cover display is supported with the USB Note Battery chargingselection. You can find out what pre- The battery on your iPod or iPhone isrequirements are necessary for this on charged by the S119/S120 in all operatingpage 48. states.S119/S120 connection to Apple device 45
  47. 47. network receiver Operation iPod selection At the time of printing this manual, the following selection criteria were available with Apple products: Playlists Artists Albums Songs Podcast Genres Composers Audiobooks Use the navigation buttons to make your The selection displayed only reflects the choice. You can choose the shuffle or Apple software options that were repeat options at the playback level. available for a particular iPod model at the Cover display is not an option in the iPod time of printing. This can however vary, selection. For this reason, the standard depending on the model and software cover is displayed. version. The network receiver is certified for the following iPhone/iPod models: * Further Apple products can be connected. There is no guarantee of full functionality with non-certified products.46
  48. 48. Operation network receiver Music serverThe Revox network receiver creates If a cover does exist however, this shownorder in your beloved CD collection. Just in a higher resolution of 176 x 176 pixels.pack all the tracks that make up your CDcollection onto a network disc in thehighest quality and then browse throughthem at your leisure, looking for long-losttracks or rediscovering some oldfavourites. No more looking for CDs thathave been put back into the wrong box!Network servers that support the UPnP-AV standard can be accessed throughthe network (LAN or WLAN). The mostusual instance of such a server is a NAShard disc. The name of a media server isdefined at the server itself.It is however possible to use a normal PC As well as showing the current playingas a network server. This however time 03:45, the total playing time [66:46]requires an UPnP-AV software so that is shown under the cover. The controlthe network receiver can find and play functions are described on the next page.stored music files. Such a software isoffered, for example, by the companyTwonky Vision with the software Important: Music folder name The S119/S120 can only find your musicTwonkyMusic. The display of the tracks on the media server if they areselection menu of such an UPnP-AV located in a folder called Music. Otherserver can vary greatly. folder names are not recognised. This folder can be shown with a differentMusic server display name than "Music" in the networkThe S208 remote control has an adaptive receiver display. This depends greatly oncover display in the Music server menu the settings and on the various models offield. If no cover is available for the this media server.selected track, a standard 130 x 130 pixelicon is displayed: 47
  49. 49. network receiver Operation Control functions Cover display for USB/iPod/Music server The network receiver supports cover display with the iRadio, USB and Music Play server selections. In the case of iRadio, the station logo from the broadcasting Pause organisation is sent automatically. Stop Track forwards/back Skip forwards/back Shuffle Track shuffle. Depending on which selection criterion you activated the Shuffle function at, either only the tracks within an album (Albums) or all the tracks in the music folder are played in a random order. With the USB and Music server selection, there can be a cover display if one of the following conditions is met: Repeat function - Track The track contains the cover image as With the track repeat function, individual a jpg or a bmp file. PNG files cannot be tracks can be repeated. displayed. Inserting or tagging a cover in a music track can be done for example, using the Mp3tag software. Repeat function - All ! Only Music Server: The album folder With the all repeat function, complete contains the cover image in the file folders (albums, songs, etc.) can be cover.jpg. Make sure that lowercase repeated. lettering and the correct file format are used. Cover Whether a cover can be displayed and in what quality, depends on the UPnP server software. A resolution of 500 x 500 pixels has proved to be favourable in terms of transmission speed and display quality.48
  50. 50. Operation network receiver Local inputsThe S119/S120 offers 6 local inputs of The selected source is shown in thewhich 4 are digital inputs. display. Each source name can beThe following inputs are available on the renamed in order to provide betterback of the network receiver: orienteering - see next page. Coax-1 (digital, coaxial)* Coax-2 (digital, coaxial)* Opto-1 (digital, optical)* Opto-2 (digital, optical)* Aux-1 (analogue, asymmetrical) Aux-2 (analogue, asymmetrical) * Supports uncompressed digital audio- stereo input signals, such as PCM Audio or S/PDIF up to 96 kHz / 24 bit. Doesnt support any compressed audio formats such as Dolby Digital, DTS, 5.1, etc. If necessary, change the output format in the source devices Setup menu.Rear view "Local sources" 49

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