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|friday||6:35pm on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|Not fully compatible with MS XP Media Center I purchased this device to link my new Vaio RA series PC to my home entertainment system.|
|elfgoh||4:58am on Friday, March 12th, 2010|
|Cool looks with lousy function! In concept the Room Link is a brilliant idea. However. Annoying I have a Sony computer, and was excited when I found this product. One of the biggest problems I have is whenever I record a show.|
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When the Standby indicator light is red (dimmed), RoomLink is ready to be turned
on. The Standby indicator takes approximately 20 seconds to light after the AC adapter is plugged into a wall outlet.
The back panel contains ports and jacks for supplied and optional cables. Network media receiver (back panel)
Optical OUT port Supports the digital optical input of an audio device. S-video jack Connection for an S-video cable. Video jack Connection for a video cable. Audio L jack Connection for an audio cable. Audio R jack Connection for an audio cable. Ethernet port Connection for a 100BASE-TX Ethernet cable (RJ-45).
The RoomLink unit is controlled using the Remote Commander unit. The Remote Commander can start and stop video recording/playback, select channels, and set viewing preferences. Remote Commander
PAGE UP PAGE DOWN
NETWORK MEDIA RECEIVER
TV Channel buttons (TV control section) Press + or - to change TV channels. MUTE button (TV control section) Press to turn off the sound. Press again to restore the sound.
Channel number buttons Press to select specific channels. (Press the ENTER button to activate the channel selection.) CLEAR button Press to delete the channel numbers selected. REC button Press to begin recording. REW button Press to rewind during video or music playback. FWD button Press to fast-forward during video or music playback. STOP button Press to stop video or music playback. OPTIONS button Press to display the available options for TV, video, music or photo servers. Direction Arrow buttons Press a direction arrow button to navigate within the TV, video, music, or photo servers. SELECT button Press to select operations, settings, features, or other choices, while using the TV, video, music or photo servers. FUNCTION button Press to toggle between RoomLink features, such as TV, video, music or photo. TV VOLUME switch (+/-) Use this switch to increase (+) or decrease (-) the TVs volume. POWER button (TV control section) Press to turn your TV on or off.
POWER button Press to turn RoomLink on or off. TV/VIDEO button (TV control section) Press to select TV or Video mode. DISPLAY button Press to display setting information for TV, video, music, and photos. AUDIO button Press to select audio mode. ENTER button Press to activate channel selections made using the channel number buttons. REC STOP button Press to stop video recording. PREV button Press to return to a previous music track. NEXT button Press to advance to the next music track. PAUSE button Press to pause video, music or slide show playback. PLAY button Press to begin playback of videos, music, or slide shows. MAIN MENU button Press to return to the main selection screen. RETURN button Press to return to the previous screen, feature or mode. CHANNEL switch (PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN) Use this switch to change TV channels. The Page Up/Page Down feature enables you to scroll within folders containing Playlists or Video Capsules.
Setting Up RoomLink p
This section contains information about setting up your RoomLink connections.
VAIO Computer Compatibility
RoomLink supports certain Sony VAIO computers. Verify that your VAIO computer is compatible with RoomLink, before you begin hardware setup or configuration.
(Manufactured after 08/2002)
View and Record TV
Video Yes Yes
Music Yes Yes
Photos Yes Yes
PCV-RZ series (With Giga Pocket features)
PCV-RX900 series PCV-RX800 series (With Giga Pocket features)
PCV-RZ series PCV-RX900 series PCV-RX800 series PCV-W series PCV-RS series (Without Giga Pocket features)
PCG-GRZ series PCG-GRS series PCG-GRV series PCG-GRX600 series PCG-505G PCG-VX89 series PCG-NV200 series PCG-FR series (Without Giga Pocket features)
* For current updates on VAIO computer compatibility with RoomLink, see the Sony Computing Support Web site at http://www.sony.com/pcsupport/roomlink.
Setting Up RoomLink
Your compatible VAIO computer(s) must:
Have the Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition or Professional Edition operating system installed.* Have VAIO Media software (Platform and servers) preinstalled. Be equipped with Giga Pocket Personal Video Recorder hardware and software.
Connecting the power cord
1 Locate the AC Input port on the bottom of the network media receiver and insert the jack end of the AC adapter.
Connecting the AC adapter
AC adapter Power cord
Insert the connector end of the power cord into the AC adapter. Insert the plug end of the power cord into the wall outlet.
* Operating system requirements include operating systems upgraded to Windows XP. TV and Video features are available if the computer is equipped with Giga Pocket features.
You can set up RoomLink to stand in an upright or horizontal position. Option 1: Slide the network media receiver onto the stand (supplied), until it clicks into place. Option 2: To position the unit horizontally, attach the spacers (supplied) to one side of the network media receiver, placing a spacer in each corner.
To attach the stand or spacers
Option 1 Option 2
When the Stand by indicator light is red, press the power button.
Connecting RoomLink to digital sound system equipment
Use an optical digital connection cable (sold separately) to connect the network media receiver and your digital sound system equipment. Insert one end of an optical digital cable (sold separately) into the optical OUT port on the network media receiver. Insert the other end of the optical digital cable into the optical IN port on the sound system equipment.
Optional equipment and cables may be required to connect RoomLink and VAIO computer, depending on your connection environment. Connecting through digital sound system equipment
Assigning a fixed IP address
Each VAIO computer in your network requires a fixed IP address in some environments:
If your VAIO computer is connected to the Internet using the installed modem, as in Environment 5. If your VAIO computer is not connected to the Internet, as in Environment 6. If you are connecting more than one VAIO computer using a network switch device, as in Environment 7, or the network switch device is not connected to a router device.
A fixed IP address is not required when your VAIO computer(s) is networked through
a router with a built-in or standard network switch.
To assign a fixed IP address
Click Start in the Windows taskbar and select My Computer. The My Computer window appears.
In the Other Places section, click My Network Places. The My Network Places window appears.
Click View Network Connection. The View Network Connection window appears.
Network Connections window
Right-click Local Area Connection and select Properties from the shortcut menu. The Local Area Connection Properties dialog box appears
Local Area Connection Properties dialog box
From the General tab, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click Properties. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box appears.
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box
Select Use the following IP address and specify an IP address and subnet mask, using the following format: IP address: 169.254.XXX.XXX (Replace XXX with a numeric value between 001 and 254 as an example: 169.254.222.222) Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0 (Use this number for the subnet mask)
Click OK. The IP address is fixed, as specified. Close the Local Area Connection Properties and the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog boxes.
When you set up RoomLink, the IP address must be specified. See Specifying an IP address on page 65, for details. Use different numbers, when specifying the IP address for RoomLink, where the IP address numbers are represented as XXX.XXX.
Click Close in the VAIO Media Console window.
Configuring Giga Pocket Software
Click Start in the Windows taskbar and select All Programs Point to Giga Pocket, click All Software, and then click Giga Pocket Server. If you have not set a password for Giga Pocket Server:
The Giga Pocket Server password setting dialog box appears. Click Set password and follow the on-screen instructions to set up your password.
Giga Pocket Server password setting
From the Giga Pocket Server dialog box, click Hide. Do not use closes Giga Pocket Server. You can now tune into TV programs using Giga Pocket.
, as this
Giga Pocket Server must be running with a set password, in order to use the
RoomLink TV and video features.
This section provides information on configuring your network media receiver and VAIO computer (server).
Configuring Default Settings
You can conveniently access certain RoomLink features and functions by customizing the default settings for your network media receiver and VAIO computer.
Connecting to a server automatically
You can set RoomLink to automatically connect to a VAIO computer (server), when accessing the TV, Video, Music, or Photo content. These steps establish a specific VAIO computer as the default server for the TV, Video, Music, and Photo features available through the network media receiver. Repeat these steps for each feature. 5 Turn on your VAIO computer by pressing the power button, located on the front panel. If applicable, turn on the router using the power button or switch. Turn on your TV by pressing the Power button in the TV control section of the Remote Commander unit. Switch the input connection to the network media receiver by pressing the TV/VIDEO button on the Remote Commander. Turn on the network media receiver by pressing the POWER button on the Remote Commander.
The network media receivers Power/Rec indicator lights and the Main Menu screen appears on your TV. 6
on. The Standby indicator takes approximately 20 seconds to light after the AC power cord is plugged into a wall outlet.
Use / buttons on the Remote Commander to select a feature, such as TV Watch and record TV programs. Press SELECT. The Select a server screen appears, listing the names of the available servers.
Firmware Update screen
Settings Firmware Update !! IMPORTANT !! Once the update starts, the operation cannot be canceled. It takes a few minutes to complete the update. Please wait until the device returns to standby mode. The remote commander is disabled until the update is complete. If the power is turned off during the update process, the device may become disabled. Start system software update. OK
Use the direction arrow buttons to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. RoomLink prepares to download the firmware update. The POWER/REC indicator starts blinking (red) slowly.
Once you have started the firmware update process, do not attempt to stop or cancel it. All buttons on the Remote Commander are disabled during the update.
On your VAIO computer, start the update tool and begin updating the system software of the network media receiver. During the download, the POWER/REC indicator starts blinking rapidly. Do not unplug the AC power cord or the network cable during the download. When the update is completed, the network media receiver goes into Standby mode.
All settings except for the IP address are reset to the default settings, once the update
is completed. The firmware update takes approximately three minutes to complete.
Resetting to the original factory settings
You can reset these features to the original factory default settings:
Initial screen IP address Recording mode Live mode Default server (VAIO computer) Slide Show intervals Slide Show looping (continuous play)
To reset the original factory settings: 1 On the Remote Commander unit, press the MAIN MENU button. The Main Menu appears. 2 Highlight Settings, then press the SELECT button. The Settings screen appears.
Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight Factory Default, then press the SELECT button. The Default settings screen appears.
Default settings screen
Settings Default Settings Reset to default factory settings as following: - Startup Menu: - IP Address: - REC Mode: - Live Mode: - Video Server Confirmation: - Slide Show Interval: - Slide Show Repeat: OK
Last function used Auto obtain an IP address Standard Standard No 5 sec On Cancel
to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button.
All settings are reset to the original factory settings.
Registering RoomLink and your VAIO computer
RoomLink enables you to restrict access to your VAIO computer, accepting access from the network media receiver only.
To register the network media receiver
On the Remote Commander unit, press the MAIN MENU button. The Main Menu appears.
Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight Device registration, then press the SELECT button. The Device registration screen appears.
Device registration screen
Settings Registration This device may be required to register to a server when accessing the services. Please verify your server settings enable this device to access the services. Please refer to the user manual for detailed information. Register this device to a server on the network.
Device ID:00:00:fe:00:00:33 OK
Press the direction arrow buttons to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. The Registration in process screen appears.
If the registration of RoomLink and the VAIO computer are cancelled, you need to
begin the registration again.
To register RoomLink to your VAIO computer
In the Access Control Settings section, select the option, Access this computer from other computers on the network. A warning message appears.
Read the message and click OK. From the VAIO Media Console, select the option, Register the devices accessing this computer (recommended)
Click Registered Devices. The Registered Devices dialog box appears.
Click Register. The Device Registration dialog box appears.
Clear the checkbox, Use the confirmation number to register your device
Click Start Registration. The Receiving Registration Request dialog box appears, showing the registration progress.
10 When the Registration Confirmation message box appears, respond to the prompt, Do you want to add the device Sony Network Media Receiver?, by clicking Yes. The Sony Network Media Receiver is added to the List of Registered Devices. 11 Click Close in the Devices dialog box. 12 Click Close in the VAIO Media Console window.
To complete registration
When Registration Completed is displayed on the TV screen: Use the
on the Remote Commander unit to highlight Close.
Press the SELECT button. RoomLink is registered to your VAIO computer. The TV screen displays the System Settings screen again.
Watching and Recording TV Programs
This section provides information on using RoomLink to watch and record your favorite TV programs, using your VAIO computer and TV.
Watching TV programs
The network media receiver enables you to view TV programs, received through your VAIO computer that is equipped with Giga Pocket Personal Video Recorder, on your TV screen.
Giga Pocket Personal Video Recorder hardware and software must be set up on your
VAIO computer in order to view TV programs. Refer to the Giga Pocket information supplied with your computer, for details on setting up for TV viewing. Some VAIO models do not support the Picture-in-Picture feature for viewing TV programs.
1 On the Remote Commander, press the MAIN MENU button. The Main Menu - TV screen appears. Main Menu - TV screen
Press / to highlight TV - Watch and record TV programs, then press the SELECT button. Highlight a server that has Giga Pocket features and press the SELECT button.
Highlight Connect and press the SELECT button. The TV program screen appears.
TV program screen
2 ch TVStation Stereo
LIVE [Standard] RECORD OPTIONS :Options
On the Remote Commander, use the CHANNEL +/- buttons, or use the channel number and ENTER buttons, to change the channels.
It may take 3 - 5 seconds for each channel change after pressing the ENTER button or
using the CHANNEL switch.
To view a TV program received from a different VAIO computer (server)
You can select a specific server to use, if more than one computer is connected to RoomLink. From the TV program screen: On the Remote Commander, press the OPTIONS button. Highlight Select a server, then press the SELECT button. From the Select a server screen, use the up and down arrow buttons to highlight a server, then press the SELECT button. Highlight Connect from the submenu, then press the SELECT button.
To change the audio mode
Each time you press the AUDIO button, the audio mode switches in the following cycle: Main (Stereo) --> SAP (Stereo L) --> Main/SAP (Stereo R)
to highlight Timer programming, then press the SELECT
The Timer programming screen appears. Timer programming screen
Timer Programming (MyVAIOServer) Date --/-Day ---Start Time Channel --:--------REC Mode ----
Press the SELECT button again. The Change Timer screen appears. Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight the month area in Start Date/Time, then press the SELECT button. Press the up or down arrow buttons to select a specific month, then press the SELECT button. As described in steps 4 and 5, specify the following:
The day, hour, and minute of Start Date/Time. The hour and minute of Length, Channel, and Recording Modes.
You can also use the channel number buttons and press the ENTER button to specify
numeric values. The shortest recording duration permitted is 3 minutes.
To record the same program at the same time every week, use the right or left arrow buttons to highlight Recurrence ON, then press the SELECT button. Highlight the desired day of the week, then press the SELECT button.
Highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. The timer recording is programmed, and the recording starts automatically according to your timer settings.
Canceling a timer recording
From the Timer programming screen, press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight the timer recording you want to cancel and press the SELECT button. A submenu appears.
Press / to highlight Cancel Timer programming, then press the SELECT button. A confirmation message appears.
Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. The recording is canceled.
Changing a timer recording
Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight Change Timer Programming, then press the SELECT button. A confirmation message appears.
Change the timer programming settings. Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. The recording setting is changed.
You can set up timer recording up to a year in advance. The RoomLink cannot be used to change timer recording sessions that were set up using the Giga Pocket timer recording function. 85
This section provides information on using RoomLink to watch Video Capsules with your VAIO computer and TV.
The RoomLink enables you to view Video Capsules, recorded with Giga Pocket Personal Video Recorder, on your TV screen. You can also use the network media receiver to watch compatible video files. Your network media receiver supports Video Capsules recorded with Giga Pocket software or with the network media receiver. Other movie files may not be compatible. The network media receiver displays the Video Capsule names as identified in Giga Pocket software. For details on how to use Giga Pocket features, refer to your VAIO Computer User Guide or the Giga Pocket Help.
RoomLink enables you to use your TV to view still images (photos), stored on your VAIO computer, in slide show format. Only the photos managed with PictureGear Studio software, or the photo files stored in a designated folder are supported by the network media receiver.
About PictureGear Studio software
If PictureGear Studio software is installed on your VAIO computer, use the Photo Collection feature to store your photos for the Photo server. For more information on using PictureGear Studio software, see the PictureGear Studio Help. If PictureGear Studio is not installed on your VAIO computer, you can store your photos in a specific location, to make the images available to the Photo server. Photo files stored in any other location are not available for RoomLink. 3 Click Start on the Windows taskbar and select My Computer. Go to Local Disk (C:) and click Show the contents of this folder. Select Documents and Settings, select All Users, select Photo Server, and then select VAIO Media. The file location is: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Photo Server\VAIO Media folder. (The name of this designated folder may vary.) For specific information about this folder and location: 3 Click Start on the Windows taskbar and select All Programs. Point to VAIO Media, point to Server Administration, and then click Photo Server ReadMe. Read the description on the designated folder.
1 On the Remote Commander unit, press the MAIN MENU button. The Main Menu - Photo appears. Main Menu - Photo screen
Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight Photo - View photos, then press the SELECT button. Highlight a server that contains the desired photo collections and still images, and press the SELECT button. Highlight Connect and press the SELECT button. The Photo - All Libraries screen appears, displaying available folders and photo collections.
Photo - All Libraries screen
Photo (MyPhotoServer) All Libraries European Vacation Soccer Practice BMPs Sunday Picnic Photos located in "VAIO Media" folder 319 Shot(s) 45 Shot(s) 25 Shot(s) 59 Shot(s) 100 Shot(s)
Press / to highlight the folder that contains the desired photo collection or photos, then press the SELECT button. The folder opens and a list of available still images is displayed.
Only still image files are compatible for viewing with RoomLink.
6 Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight the collection or still image to view, then press the PLAY button. RoomLink starts playing the selected collection or photos as a slide show on your TV.
To view photos stored on another VAIO computer (server)
You can select a specific server to use, if more than one computer is connected to RoomLink. From the Photo - All Libraries screen: 3 On the Remote Commander, press the OPTIONS button. Highlight Select a server, then press the SELECT button. From the Select a server screen, highlight the server to use, then press the SELECT button. Highlight Connect from the submenu, then press the SELECT button.
to highlight Photo Settings, then press the SELECT button.
The Photo Settings screen appears. Photo Settings screen
Settings Photo Settings Slide Show Interval 3 sec 5 sec 7 sec 10 sec Manual
Slide Show Repeat On Off
In the Slide Show Interval section, use the right or left arrow buttons to highlight a time value, then press the SELECT button. 109
In the Slide Show Repeat section, use the right or left arrow buttons to highlight ON or OFF, then press the SELECT button. Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight OK, then press the SELECT button. The Photos - All Libraries screen is displayed.
Adding background music to a slide show
1 Press OPTIONS while a slide show is playing. A submenu appears. 4 Press the up or down arrow buttons to highlight Background music on., then press SELECT. Highlight a server that contains the desired Background music Playlist and press the SELECT button. Highlight Connect and press the SELECT button. A Background Music - All Libraries screen appears. Background Music - All Libraries screen
Background Music (MyMusicServer) All Libraries All Playlists Rock and Roll ATRAC3s - Reggae MP3s - Romantic Time WAVs - Sound FX MP3s - Movie Soundtracks
Select a Playlist for the background music, then press SELECT.
This section describes how to troubleshoot common problems.
About Power Connections
RoomLink does not start or operate
Connect the AC adapter securely. The standby indicator light is red (dimmed) after the AC power cord is connected between the network media receiver unit and the wall power outlet.) Verify that all cables are connected securely. If you are using a power cord extension, power strip, or surge suppressor, make sure that it is turned on and securely connected to the wall power outlet. Verify that the fresh batteries are properly installed in the Remote Commander unit. Unplug the AC adapter from the power outlet and plug it again. Doing so resets RoomLink to the original factory default settings.
The RoomLink unit takes approximately 20 seconds to start, after connecting to AC power. If the units standby indicator does not light within 20 seconds, the network media receiver may be damaged.
The RoomLink unit doesnt turn off
If the displayed screen is frozen or unresponsive, or you cannot turn the network media receiver off, the unit may have become unstable. To reset the unit: 1 Press the POWER button on the network media receiver for more than five seconds or disconnect the AC adapter from the network media receiver. Wait 20 seconds for the standby indicator to light in red, then turn the network media receiver unit on. Resetting the network media receiver or reconnecting the AC adapter resets the units settings to the original factory default settings.
To completely disconnect power to the network media receiver, unplug the AC adapter.
If this is the first time you have used Giga Pocket, the Set Password for Giga Pocket
Server dialog box is displayed. See Configuring Giga Pocket Software on page 55, for more information.
The VAIO computer may have become unstable. Turn off and restart the VAIO computer, and then follow the previous steps to start Giga Pocket Server. The desired server is not displayed in the Select a server screen. To refresh the Select a server list, follow these steps: Press the OPTIONS button on the Remote Commander unit, then select Refresh. Press the SELECT button. Refreshing the list may take longer than a few moments.
Verify that Music Server and Photo Server are running on the VAIO computer and that their status is shown as Started. To use the TV or Video features, the VAIO computer must be running and have a user logged on. Remember to log on to your VAIO computer before attempting to use RoomLink.
* RoomLink automatically brings the VAIO computer out of Standby or Hibernate mode.
About Recording and Playback
The server is listed as Unknown
When is shown for a server, RoomLink does not recognize the computers availability and fails to connect. Try the following steps: Using the Remote Commander, select Connect from the on-screen submenu. Press OK. If these steps do not connect the server, check the following:
If necessary, bring the computer out of Standby or Hibernate mode. (You can configure your computer to enable the network media receiver to automatically resume from Standby or Hibernate modes.) Verify the computer is turned on. Verify the network cable connections are secure. If using a network switch device or a router device with a built-in network switch, verify that the equipment is turned on. Verify the network status is up.
The Select a server screen always appears
You can set RoomLink to stop displaying the Select a server screen every time you access a feature, such as TV, Video, Music or Photo. Preset a default server for each feature. See Connecting to a server automatically on page 58, for details.
The recording stops after 30 minutes
This RoomLink recording feature is preset to automatically stop 30 minutes after pressing the REC button. After you start recording, the length of the recording session can be extended by 30-minute increments (up to a total of 6 hours) each time you press the REC button. You may not have enough hard drive space on your VAIO computer. Delete unnecessary files to free up additional space.
It takes a long time to start or stop recording
It takes 20 seconds for recording to start or stop after pressing the REC or the REC STOP button on the Remote Commander.
RoomLink does not access TV programs
* You can locate Sony software Help by pointing to a specific application icon and then selecting Help from the pop-up menu.
Contacting Sony for Help and Support
If the information provided with your RoomLink or VAIO computer does not provide an immediate solution, or you need direct support, contact Sony online or by telephone.
Sony Computing Support Web site
Online help and support are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, when you visit the Sony Computing Support Web site. You can access the Web site at http://www.sony.com/pcsupport. The Sony Computing Support Web site provides
Information about your RoomLink and specific VAIO computer, such as: hardware and software specifications. upgrade and maintenance procedures. safety and legal information. quick solutions to common problems.
An automated tutorial library that contains interactive, easy-to-understand lessons on using your computers hardware and software features. Links that enable you to quickly find the nearest Sony service center locations. arrange for repairs or check repair status. review warranty information. e-mail your question or comments to the Sony Customer Information Services Center. check pricing and availability for products, accessories and parts, as well as purchase online. access the Sony Solutions Knowledge Base, a database that contains answers to many frequently asked questions.
Sony Customer Information Services Center
If other support options do not resolve your issue, you can contact a Sony Support representative directly. Before making a call to the Sony Customer Information Services Center, have this basic information readily available. Model number Serial number* Example: 5 Purchase date (RoomLink unit) Hardware feature or software application issue Brief description of the issue
For RoomLink devices purchased in the U.S. and Canada, contact a Sony Support representative at 1-866-307-7669.
* The serial number is located on the bottom of the RoomLink unit. The serial number is printed on a white barcode label.
The following table details the file compatibility and hardware specifications for the RoomLink unit.
Hardware MPEG2 Decoder Giga Pocket Video Capsules Compatible File Formats*
MPEG2 (Max. 8 Mbps, 720 x 480 pixels, 30 fps), MPEG1 (Max. 1.41 Mbps, 352 x 240 pixels, 30 fps) MPEG2, MPEG1
ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, WAVE, MP3
Photo Server collections
BMP, TIF, GIF, JPEG, PNG
Video Output Jacks & Ports
S-video Out, (S, MiniDIN x1), Composite Video Out (RCA Pin x 1) Line Out, (RCA Pin, L/R x1), Optical Digital Audio Out (Square type x1) 100BASE-TX x1 (RJ-45) AC 100V - 240V ~ 50Hz-60Hz 32 F to 104 F (0 C to 40 C) 6.5 W Operating, 2 W Stand by 2.3 (w) x 5.5 (h) x 6.1 (d) 59 mm (w) x 141 mm (h) x 155 mm (d) Approximately 1.4 lbs. (unit with stand) Unit stand, Remote Commander unit, AA batteries (2), Audio/Video cable, AC adapter with power cord, network cable, crossover cable, connection adapter; ferrite core, spacers
Safety and legal information Canadian customers 3 regulations, ICES-Cautions 7 ferrite core 6 Notes on Use 4 Notice 2 Owners record 3 Regulatory information 9 Safety regulations 4 Trademark information 3 Secondary Audio Program (SAP) 78 Select button 23 serial number 3 Setting up attaching spacers 28 attaching stand 28 default server 80, 88, 98 power cord 27 slide shows 109 VAIO Media server 52 shuffle music tracks 102 single photo 109 slide show adding background music 110 settings 109 starting 108 viewing photos 105 Software Giga Pocket 16, 17, 27, 52, 55, 76, 80, 85, 88, 89, 114, 125 Locating Help files 121 PictureGear Studio 17, 104 SonicStage 17 VAIO Media 52 VAIO Media Console 52
SonicStage software 17 listening to music 98 Playlist 61 Sony Customer Information Services Center 123 Support Web site 122 sort Playlists 102 Video Capsules 90 sound control 22 spacers 28 specifications 125 MPEGSpecifying an IP address 65 stand 28 Standard 82 Standard mode 79 Standby mode 64 Standby or Hibernate problems 113 Start recording 80 Starting RoomLink 50 still image 103 format 52 Stop button 23 stop music playback 100 Stop playback 90 Stopping RoomLink 50 troubleshoot 112 supplied accessories 125 Support options Preinstalled software Help files 121 S-video jack 21 system requirements 26, 27
thumbnails 107 time search 94 timer recording 83 changing 85 to cancel 85 Troubleshooting 111 Audio and Visual 114 Connecting to a Server 115 media receiver does not start 112 Power Connections 112 Recording and Playback 117 Remote Commander 114 RoomLink doesnt turn off 112 TV broadcast 114 Unknown server 117 VAIO computer 113 Visual and audio reception 115 turning RoomLink on and off 50 TV broadcast delayed viewing 118 problems 118 TV Channel buttons 22 TV manufacturer codes 30, 114 TV screen resolution 79 TV volume switch 23 TV/Video button 24
unit dimensions 125 weight 125 unit wont turn off 112 User Guide 120
VAIO computer configuring to start automatically 62 online User Guide 120 132
Quick Start 120 registration 69 troubleshoot 113 using Line IN jack 78 VAIO Media client computer 52 Console 52 Music Server 52 Photo Server 52 server 52 software 52 Using with Giga Pocket software 52 Video Server 52 VAIO Media Console 52 video jack 21 settings 93 Video Capsule 88 Cabinets 61 cancel protection 92 deleting 91 fast-forward and rewinding 89 pause playback 90 protecting 92 sorting 90 stop playback 90 Viewing a video or movie from a different server 90 Viewing Photos starting a slideshow 105 Viewing photos 103 from a different server 106 index view 107 single photo 109 visual distortion 115
NETWORK MEDIA RECEIVER
Enjoy your Sony VAIO PC Videos, Music, and Photos on your Home Entertainment Center TV and Stereo
Use RoomLink media receiver to Record Live TV* from your living room From your TV, view digital photos and videos recorded with Giga Pocket personal video recorder Listen to your PCs music collection on your home stereo system Stream recorded TV and personal video content to your home entertainment center TV from a Sony VAIO PC equipped with Giga Pocket personal video recorder and VAIO Media software. Live TV can be recorded straight from RoomLink receiver for later playback.* Enjoy your personal digital music collection on your home stereo. RoomLink receiver has audio line outputs as well as an optical audio output (SPDIF) for great audio playback quality. RoomLink receiver brings your entire music collection to you where you want, when you want.
An Ethernet (RJ-45) connection allows for RoomLink media receiver to become part of your home network, streaming your VAIO PC media content throughout your home.
Use your television to show your photo slide show with RoomLink receiver. Your PCs digital photo collection is now available in your living room with RoomLink's photo streaming capabilities. RoomLink receiver and your VAIO PC make your home entertainment center come alive with your videos, music, and photos.
Connecting RoomLink receiver to your TV
Cross Conversion Cable Network Cable AV Cable
Connecting RoomLink receiver to your home entertainment center
Router, Hub (Optional) S Video Cable
Converter TV Network Cable Network Cable AV Cable TV
RoomLink receiver is connected to your VAIO PC through your home network. It connects to your TV or home stereo via S-Video, Composite, and/or Optical Digital Audio outputs.
Compatible VAIO Notebook and Desktop Models
Microsoft Windows XP Professional/Windows XP Home Edition operating system installed on VAIO Models beyond September 2002. (VAIO Media Ver.2.0 Pre-install models) RZ10 series with Giga Pocket PVR, RZ20 series with Giga Pocket PVR RX800 series, RZ10 series without Giga Pocket PVR, RZ20 series without Giga Pocket PVR, VAIO series VAIO Notebooks with VAIO Media software pre-installed
ENJOY WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA STREAMING!* 2
With optional Sony Wireless LAN products, you don't need to install extra network cables. The compact design , of Sony s wireless LAN products fit beautifully into your living room.
802.11a Wireless LAN Access Point (PCWA-A500) or Wireless LAN Ethernet Converter (PCWA-DE50)
Music Photo Video TV live play
802.11a Wireless LAN Ethernet Converter (PCWA-DE50)
VAIO Desktop PC
Hardware MPEG2 Decoder Compatible File Formats MPEG2 (Max.8Mbps, 720480 pixels, 30fps), MPEG1(1.41Mbps, 352240, 30fps) Video contained in Giga Pocket software*1 Music contained in SonicStage software Photos contained in Photo Server Video Output Audio Output Network Connector MPEG2, MPEG1 ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, WAVE, MP3 BMP, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, PNG S Video Out (S, MiniDIN x1), Composite Video Out (RCA Pin x1) Line Out (RCA Pin, L/R x1), Optical Digital Audio Out (Square type x1) RJ-45 Connector - 100BASE-TX x1
Connectors Dimensions (Max) Supplied Accessories
W: 29mm (Stand W 60mm) x H: 141mm x D: 155mm, 600g (650g with Stand) Stand, Remote Controller, AC Adapter, AA Batteries x2, AV Cable (1.5m), Ethernet Cable (Straight, 5m), Reversed Cable (Reversed, 10cm), Extension Connector, Installation CD-ROM
Visit SonyStyle.com/roomlink or your local retailer for more details.
*1 Available if server VAIO supports Giga Pocket PVR function. *2 Sony does not guarantee the security of wireless communications. 2003 Sony Electronics Inc. Reproduction in part or in whole without prior written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Sony, VAIO, VAIO Media, Giga Pocket, Sonic Stage, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, and RoomLink are trademarks of Sony. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Nonmetric weights and measurements are approximate. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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