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  • 12-02-2011 10:01 AM

    • mmirko
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    Confused [*-)] MacMini 2010 - Beovision 10 - Linkplayer and Beoport

    Can someone help me understand what I'm doing wrong?

    I had:

    - MacMini 2010 connected to a Beoport + 2 Beolab 6002 and a Philips flatscreen in one room.

    - In main room: Avant DVD and Beosound 3000 + 4 Beolab 4000 + Beolab 2

    - Beolab 3500 in a third room

    I used Linkplayer v1.1 and with N.MUSIC I could listen soundtracks stored in my MacMini in all rooms.

    Last week I substituted the Philips flatscreen with a new Beovision 10. Connected the Beovision 10 directly to the MacMini using an HDMI cable and connected the two Beolab 6002 directly to Beovision 10.

    I thought Beoport was not necessary in this configuration.

    Now I can see images from MacMini and listen to soundtracks using the Beovision 10 and the connected Beolab 6002 but I cannot listen to music stored in the MacMini from other rooms.

    Beovision 10 is correctly linked to other rooms as I can listen to CD and Radio from Beosound 3000 and see a DVD from the Avant.

    I also tried the beta version of Linkplayer 2 but nothing changed. Tried different configurations...

    I wonder if Beoport is still necessary to have N.MUSIC in other rooms.

    Is there someone who can advise?

    Thanks

     

  • 12-02-2011 10:15 AM In reply to

    Re: MacMini 2010 - Beovision 10 - Linkplayer and Beoport

    Yes, the Beoport is still necessary.

    You can remove the IR port of the Beoport.

    Set LinkPlayer to option 0.

    You should also be able to control LinkPlayer using the PC key.

    P.

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