Your Dynaudio Music speaker is a very high performance product that rewards thoughtful setup and installation, so we suggest that you take a little time to read this manual before you begin.
Getting to know Dynaudio Music
Dynaudio Music speakers are network and Bluetooth® connected intelligent speaker systems that enable multiple audio sources and streams to be played with very high audio quality without the need for conventional source or amplification components. Dynaudio Music speakers are compact and portable and can be used wherever you need your music.
Dynaudio Music speakers can be controlled using either the Dynaudio Music App for iOS or Android, or, except for Music 1, their remote control handsets. Commonly used control functions are also available via buttons on the speakers themselves.
The remote control handset supplied with Music 3, Music 5 and Music 7 provides a basic set of playback, volume and source selection controls.
Before you begin installing and configuring your Dynaudio Music speaker, please download and install the Dynaudio Music App on your iOS or Android device. It is not possible to install your Dynaudio Music speaker without the Dynaudio Music App.
The following section lists the features and functions of your Dynaudio Music speaker.
Dynaudio Music Speaker Features
All Dynaudio Music speakers can do the following:
Play audio streams via AirPlay directly from iTunes® or alternative playback apps via a wireless network connection.
Play iRadio stations from all over the world via a wireless network connection.
Play audio streams using UPnP™ via a wireless network connection from UPnP™ equipped network storage hardware.
Play music streamed from an macOS, iOS, Android, Windows or Windows Mobile device using a Bluetooth wireless connection.
Play audio from conventional audio sources using a 3.5mm jack analogue source.
Play digital audio from an iOS device such as an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via USB.
Provide USB battery charging for appropriate devices.
Music 5 and Music 7 can additionally play audio from conventional audio sources using a Toslink optical digital connection, and Music 7 can play audio from an HDMI equipped television.
Music 1 and Music 3 can operate from either mains power or their internal rechargeable battery.
This manual will tell you everything you need to know to get the most from your Dynaudio Music speaker. It begins with unpacking notes and by illustrating the contents of the carton.
After unpacking, make sure the components are complete and check the unit and all accessories for transport damage. Transport damage may be expected if the packaging is already severely harmed. Do not attempt to install a damaged device. If the contents are incomplete or damaged, please contact your Dynaudio distributor. Distributor addresses can be found at: dynaudio.com.
The packaging has been designed so that it may be reused if it was not damaged during initial transport. Keep the packaging and use it for all further transport.
Disposal of used electrical and electronic equipment (applicable in European countries with separate collection systems for this equipment)
This symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that the product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it must be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. The recycling of materials helps to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information on recycling this product, please contact your local authority, community waste disposal of, or the shop where you purchased the product.
1 x Dynaudio Music intelligent wireless music system
1 x Mains power cable (Music 1 also includes an external power supply)
1 x Analogue audio jack cable
1 x Toslink optical digital audio cable (not Music 1 and Music 3)
1 x Dynaudio Music remote control handset (not Music 1)
1 x Handset battery pack (not Music 1)
1 x Document pack
Diagram 1: Carton Contents