PIONEER SBX-N500 NETWORK SPEAKER DRIVER DETAILS:
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PIONEER SBX-N500 NETWORK SPEAKER DRIVER
This IR passthrough required activation through the extensive set-up menus, and while we were in there, we checked for a software update over the network; we found one, and it took about 10 minutes to update. No such need with the subwoofer, however — Pioneer SBX-N500 Network Speaker just plugged in the mains and it paired instantly with the soundbar, giving never a problem thereafter. This has a single You can control its output remotely via the mini remote control — hoorah! We like to make regular sub level adjustments. That remote control is well stocked, and indeed is perhaps slightly-too-mini a remote, given these many buttons. On the front of the soundbar are minijack and USB sockets, allowing ad hoc connection of portable players and files on USB storage drives or sticks.
The USB socket also charges devices. A quick phone call with Pioneer set me right and the setup to Wi-Fi was easily completed as it supports the DMS on most recent routers to input your passcode.
Pioneer SBX-N500 Network Speaker However it can remember only one code so you would need to press your button again to reset if you use more than one router. One feature I enjoyed that I have not come across on previous soundbars is that sound inputs from any output to the TV is increased and improved so for instance when playing items from my PVR I enjoyed the benefits of the soundbar even though the sound was traveling along an HDMI cable to the TV before exporting to the soundbar.
This works either way with the TV on or muted. The 35 key remote control works well and easily changes the input source and the single line display on the soundbar shows your request being implemented.
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Actually, there are two IR repeaters built into the back as well, so if the unit is blocking your TV's IR receiver, then these will probably do the trick. But you can use the plug-in one if that doesn't work.
Or feed it to a Blu-ray player hidden away in the entertainment unit. The Ethernet socket may not be required Pioneer SBX-N500 Network Speaker your home because it also supports WiFi. And WiFi direct in case you want to feed something from your WiFi device but lack the necessary network.
And Miracastso that many modern Android phones can feed HD video and audio to the unit. Did I miss anything?
Oh, of course, the unit also supports Bluetooth. Only one device at a time, but that device need not be a music source — it can also be Bluetooth speakers or headphones.
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