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Frequently Asked Questions for WML11B

1. The Media Link cannot find the Media Server on the network. What should I do?

Step 1:
Make sure the Media Link's network settings are correct. In Musicmatch Jukebox, click the Options menu. Select Settings, and then select the CD Lookup/Connectivity tab. Make sure the checkboxes next to Enable Music Server and Universal Plug and Play are checked.

Step 2:
Make sure your network is operating properly.

2. I don't hear any music from my speakers (WMLS11B only). What should I do?

Step 1:
Make sure the speaker power cord is securely connected to the Media Link's Speaker DC port and the right speaker's DC 12V port.

Step 2:
Make sure the colored-coded RCA audio cable is securely connected to the Media Link's 2CH Output ports and the right speaker's INPUT ports. Then make sure the RCA speaker cable linking the two speakers is secure.

3. When I listen to music, I hear too much bass/midrange/treble. How can I make adjustments?

Adjust the equalizer (EQ) settings. The Media Link offers six preset EQ settings. Select the one that best suits your musical sensibility.

4. The Media Link's LCD screen is displaying the Wired Network icon, but I want to use the Media Link on my wireless network.

Unplug the Ethernet network cable from the Media Link's Ethernet port. On the LCD screen, scroll down to Network Setup, and select it. Then select Change to wireless and press the right arrow button. The Media Link will restart itself and operate in its wireless mode.

5. How do I set my favorite Internet radio stations?

You have two ways to set your favorite radio stations:

i. Using the Media Link's LCD screen, scroll down to Internet Radio. Select the radio station you would like to set as your favorite. Press the Select button on the remote, and select Add to Favorites. Then press the Select button again.

ii. If you already know the URL for the station you would like to play, access the Media Link's Web-based Utility. Click the Favorites tab. Enter the station's name and URL. Click the Apply button to save your changes. The Media Link will restart itself after you click the Apply button. If it does not restart automatically, power the
Media Link off and back on again.

6. What kind of Internet radio stations does the Media Link support?

The Media Link currently supports only Internet radio stations that broadcast via MP3 streaming. The Media Link will not play stations that broadcast via Windows Media Audio or Real Audio.

7. Can I have more than one Media Server on my network?

Yes. You can install the Media Server software on multiple computers; however, the Media Link can only connect to one Media Server at a time. You can switch to a different Media Server using the LCD screen. Scroll down to Media Server, and press the right arrow button. Then select the Media Server you want to use.

8. Can I use the digital output to play music streamed from the Rhapsody service?

No. Music streamed from Rhapsody will not play from the digital output. In its music stream, Rhapsody embeds Digital Content Management information that the Media Link cannot interpret.

9. I have my own speakers. Can I use them with the Media Link?

Yes, if they are powered speakers. The Media Link's RCA outputs are pre-amp outputs, so they have to be connected to an amplified source. The Media Link will not work with non-powered speakers.

10. What is the IEEE 802.11b standard?

It is one of the IEEE standards for wireless networks. The 802.11b standard allows wireless networking hardware from different manufacturers to communicate, provided that the hardware complies with the 802.11b standard. The 802.11b standard states a maximum data transfer rate of 11Mbps and an operating frequency of 2.4GHz.

11. What is ad-hoc mode?

When a wireless network is set to ad-hoc mode, the wireless-equipped computers are configured to communicate directly with each other. The ad-hoc wireless network will not communicate with any wired network.

12. What is infrastructure mode?

When a wireless network is set to infrastructure mode, the wireless network is configured to communicate with a wired network through a wireless access point or router.

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