Listening to music on a PC via network connection (Media Go)
[Music] in [Library] of Media Go can be shared by setting Media Go installed on your PC as a home network server.
You can listen to music on your PC from the speaker via a Wi-Fi network by using the "SongPal" installed on your smartphone/iPhone as a DLNA controller.
Before listening to music, connect your smartphone/iPhone installed with "SongPal" to the same network that the speaker and PC are connected to.
- Connect the speaker and PC to your network.
The LINK indicator lights up in green (when connecting to a Wi-Fi network) or orange (when connecting to a wired network) when the connection is complete.
- Tap the NETWORK button.
The NETWORK indicator lights up in white, and the speaker switches to NETWORK mode.
- Start [Media Go] installed on the PC.
- Select [Preferences...] from the [Tools] menu.
- Select [Media Sharing] on the [Preferences...] screen.
- Check [Library name] of [Media Sharing].
You can change [Library name] to any name.
Make sure that a check mark is in all three items of [Media Sharing].
- Start up "SongPal" to select music on the PC.
Tap [SongPal] on your smartphone/iPhone.
- Tap [Home Network].
- Select the same name as [Library name] checked in step 6 from the server list that appeared on the screen.
- Select [Music], then select a song from the list, and start playback.
The playback of the video and photo are not supported.
The speaker plays back the selected song.
- Adjust the volume using "SongPal."
- Before listening to music, connect your smartphone/iPhone installed with "SongPal" to the same network that the speaker and PC are connected to.
- The speaker can play MP3, Linear PCM, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, ALAC and AIFF format files (only AAC files with the extension ".mp4," or ".3gp" can be played). Even if the bit rate and file format are supported, the playback of all files is not guaranteed.
- Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) copyright protection cannot be played on the speaker. To check if a WMA file is protected by DRM, right-click the file on the PC. If there is a [License] tab, the file is DRM-copyrighted.
- When you listen to music via a home network, it may take some time, since each DLNA-compatible device has to recognize the component currently used.
- Some content may not be playable with DLNA certified products.