Selecting inputs on the loudspeakers
- Press the DIRECT button on the remote control. The loudspeakers toggle between the analog and digital input if the corresponding signal sources are connected.
Selecting the Hub or Connect inputs
Optionally, the loudspeakers can also be operated with a Dynaudio Hub or Connect box. For details on operation via Hub or Connect, please refer to the Connect Owner’s Manual.
Selecting a Hub or Connect (HUB)
- Press HUB A, B, or C on the remote control. The chosen Hub or Connect is selected as the signal source.
Selecting an input on the Hub or Connect (INPUT)
- Press INPUT 1, 2, 3, or 4 on the remote control. The selected signal source will be played back.
- Briefly pressing the MOON button on the remote control will activate Night Mode. When in Night Mode, the status LEDs will only be lit up when the speaker is receiving commands from the remote control. After a few seconds, the LEDs will turn off. Press the MOON button again to disengage Night Mode.
- Press and hold the MUTE button to set the volume to a fixed, high level. To disengage the Fixed Volume mode, simply change the volume level using the Volume +/- buttons on the remote.
- In normal operation, the Focus XD will go to stand-by if it does not sense an incoming signal. Hold the ”Direct In” button on the remote for 5 seconds, to disable or enable Autosense. The status LED will blink once for enabling, and twice for disabling Autosense. Note that when Autosense is off, the speaker will remain On, until the user actively sets the speaker in Stand-By using the Off button.
Adjusting the volume
Change the volume by pressing the VOLUME buttons on the remote control.
- Press to turn the volume up.
- Press to turn the volume down.
Muting the loudspeakers
- Briefly pressing the MUTE button on the remote control will mute or unmute the selected loudspeaker.
If loudspeakers are operated in hub mode in different zones, the volume is controlled separately. For details on operation via the Xeo hub, please see the Xeo owner’s manual.
The display on the top edge of the housing indicates the operational state of the loudspeakers and system using LEDs with various colours and flash functions.
The display can be switched on or off with the button on the remote control.
The bottom LED is illuminated in blue.
The loudspeaker is switched on and an audio signal connected to a Hub or Connect is played back.
The bottom LED is flashing in blue.
The loudspeaker is switched on, but an audio signal cannot be found on the selected input.
The bottom LED is illuminated in violet.
The loudspeaker is switched on and an audio signal connected to a local input is played back.
The bottom LED is illuminated dimly in red.
The loudspeaker is in standby mode.
LED display meanings
Hub or Connect connection
The bottom LED is flashing red.
There is no active Hub or Connect, or no connection to a Hub or Connect possible
LEDs are illuminated one by one.
The loudspeaker is being switched on.
The LEDs go out one by one.
In the final state, only one LED is illuminated dimly in red.
The loudspeaker is being switched off.
Displaying the direct input
One of the two LEDs flashes.
- LED 1 = digital INPUT
- LED 2 = analog INPUT
Displaying the selected Hub or Connect
One of the three LEDs flashes.
- LED 1 = HUB A
- LED 2 = HUB B
- LED 3 = HUB C
Displaying the input source
One of the four LEDs flashes.
- LED 1 = INPUT 1
- 2nd LED = INPUT 2
- 3rd LED = INPUT 3
- 4th LED = INPUT 4
Searching for an input
The blue LED flashes; the lights in the white LEDs move back and forth.
Searching for an active input on the hub
The blue LED flashes, the white LEDs briefly light in order.
A hub input has been selected and the hub is searching for an active input.
A number of white LEDs are illuminated.
The number of LEDs indicates the selected volume.
The first LED flashes.
The loudspeaker is muted.
The white LEDs light in order.
A firmware update is being performed.