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Instructions Sony, Modèle NAS-50HDE

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A single unit of data is one bit. One byte consists of eight bits. Condensation Condensation occurs inside the unit during where there is a quick rise in temperature, as when a heater is turned on. If condensation occurs, keep the unit turned off until the moisture evaporates. DHCP Abbreviation of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A system for automatically allocating configuration data required for an Internet connection. DLNA Abbreviation of Digital Living Network Alliance. The DLNA is a nonprofit organization that establishes design guidelines for digital content shared over networks. For details, see consumer/home DNS Abbreviation of Domain Name System. A server that translates domain names to IP addresses, or IP addresses to domain names. A DNS is identified by an IP address. Also called a “DNS server”. Ethernet A method of networking computers in a Local Area Network (LAN). Developed by Xerox Corporation, Ethernet has become a very popular means of creating LANs. Hard Disk A high-volume, digitally encoded storage device used in computers and other digital devices. By combining a magnetic disk and drive mechanism into an integrated unit, hard disks are capable of very fast data writing and reading and boast superb data search capabilities. ID3 ID3 is information (such as the track name or artist name) that is recorded in an MP3 file. The ID3 tag is used by this unit to display track information for MP3 files. Internet A communication network linking computers around the world. The Internet supports many services, including email and search engines. Internet Service Provider A company that offers connection service to the Internet. IP address IP addresses usually comprise four groups of up to three digits each, separated by a period (such as All devices on a network must have an IP address. ISO9660 A standard of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that defines the file system of CD-ROM media. LAN Abbreviation of Local Area Network. LAN is a general name for networks set up for communication among devices including computers, printers, and fax machines in relatively small areas such as offices or buildings. Linear PCM Linear Pulse Code modulation, a digital, non-compression audio coding system used in this unit for recording at 16 bits and a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz (same as the standard for audio CDs). MP3 Abbreviation of MPEG-1 Audio Layer3. It is a standard for audio file compression determined by the MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group), an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) working group. It enables compression of audio files to about 1/10 of the data size of a standard compact disc. Since the MP3 encoding algorithm is disclosed, there are various encoders/decoders that are compliant with this standard. The MP3 standard is therefore widely used in the computer field. MSC MSC refers to the USB Mass Storage Class in this unit. MSC is a data transfer protocol defined by the USB Implementers Forum for the transfer of data via the USB to external devices. It is used in USB hard disks and USB memories, etc. MTP Abbreviation for Media Transfer Protocol. MTP is a data transfer technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. This protocol allows you to transfer image data, audio data, video data, etc. to compatible portable devices. Proxy A program or a server that provides Internet access to computers within a firewall or quicker downloading of web pages. Router A device that bridges networks, converting the protocols and addresses of each network. Recently, dial-up routers for connecting to ISDN lines and broadband routers for ADSL and CATV networks have been introduced. The term “router” by itself may refer to any of these devices. Sampling frequency When audio sources are converted from analog to digital data, they must be changed into numbers (digitized). This process is called sampling, and the sampling frequency refers to the number of times per second that the signals are measured for the recording. Music CDs are sampled at 44,100 times per second, so the sampling frequency is expressed as 44.1 kHz. Generally, the higher the sampling frequency, the higher the fidelity of the recording. USB storage In this manual, USB storage refers to a mass storage device that supports the USB Mass Storage Class standard. These devices, such as a USB audio player, can be connected to the USB jack on the unit or a computer and used as a removable mass storage device. VAIO Media VAIO Media is home networking software that is provided on Sony VAIO computers. A computer must have VAIO Media Version 4.1 or later to be connected to this unit. DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting)- related terms (UK model only) Dynamic label segment The text data transmitted for each channel or service. Ensemble label In DAB, multiple digital radio channels are transmitted using a single radio transmission or frequency. A group of channels sent this way is called a...

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