I have broadband using a BTHome Hub connected to my PC by ethernet cable (PC does not have wireless facility). Set up DMM using option 3 - "Music Centre to Wired Network". The MC ethernet cable is connected to the hub as per step 8. The MC is recognised and I can set up a new playlist, name it, and drag and drop to form the content. The new playlist appears on the HD screen while the Centre is connected to the PC, but disappears when I disconnect and return the MC to its usual position. Why is the new playlist not being saved on the HD? I must be missing something.
Sounds like you are switching off before mc has finished save, best software for transfwr etc can be found at http://www.lucia-mathias.com/wacs/, this is much easier than dmm and can upload tracks back to pc.
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Hello Just unplug the device from AC mains socket and replug it after 3 minutes and see whether it helps you. If not, a firware upgrade will be necessary. The supplied PC installer CD contains Media Manager [DMM] software. it will help you to upgrade for WAC700 center. For details see DMMs' help file. Refer to the manual CONNECT YOUR PC to learn how to install the software. OK.
If you want to avoid an A/V receiver, connect the PC speakers directly to the DVD player.
Connecting a computer to the projector Connect the projector to a computer using a VGA cable (included with the projector). In addition, you can connect an audio cable from the computer to the projector if you with to use the internal speaker of the projector. An optional USB cable connection is also available. 1 - VGA cable connection 2 - Optional audio cable connection 3 - Optional USB cable connection
You probably burned the speakers.If you have the multimeter check the spekers for the resistance.It has to be 4 or 8ohms otherwise they are burned.And you have to check voltage on the amp connectors for the spekers.if there is any DC voltage presens the amp is also burned
The one I troubleshot had a bad 4700 uF 25v capacitor next to the dc connector on the main pc board. this dc connector cable runs from the rear cover of unit(the rectifier board).When I power up the unit,dead,no standby lite no power.I removed all connections to cd board and just left the mmain board and display board connected.clock and standby came on,but after about two minutes the 4700uf 25v power cap started to smoke (and dmm read 12v and falling across cap).hurray that was my big clue! Replaced cap with a gang of 5 1000uf 35v nichicon electrolytes in a parallel L package formation to fit the realestate of old cap and allow cover closure.happy tunes.Unfortunatly made by cheapos who spec counterfiet electrolyte formulated caps.Watch out for "S.I." brand electrolytics.Check temp of rest of caps while running unit as this beast is chock full of them.