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 ===== Audiofy 2.0 - The Hub of Home and Building Automation ===== ===== Audiofy 2.0 - The Hub of Home and Building Automation =====
  
-Audiofy is not only a professional audio multiroom ​system but your all-in-one solution for the complete control of home and building automation. ​  +  * [[#​introduction| Introduction]] 
-Just with one device you can stream music contents from internal players or analog stereo inputs and manage in the same time all the functionalities of Thinknx supervision system from lighting and heating & cooling, to audio and music. Moreover, thanks to the integration with vocal control devices like Apple Home Kit and Amazon Echo, you’ll directly turn on or off all the commands using your voice. ​+  * [[#​safety_precautions| Safety Precautions]] 
 +  * [[#​product_range| Product Range]] 
 +    * [[#​Audiofy_P1| Audiofy P1]]   //​upgradable to Micro Server// 
 +    * [[#​audiofy_P4| Audiofy P4]]   //​upgradable to Micro Server// 
 +    * [[#​Expansion_E4| Expansion E4]] 
 +  * [[#​technical_data| Technical Data]] 
 +    * [[#​rear_panel| Rear Panel]] 
 +    * [[#​audio_outputs| Audio Outputs]] 
 +    * [[#​knx_external_control| KNX External Control]] 
 +  * [[#​installation| Installation]] 
 +    * [[#​rack_mounting| Rack Mounting]] 
 +    * [[#​inter-device_connection| Inter-device Connection]] 
 +  * [[#​How_to_start_-_quick_Setup_guide| How to start - Quick Setup Guide]] 
 +    * [[#​available_control_through_knx| Available control through KNX]] 
 +  * [[#​How_to_start_with_iOS_and_Android_mobile_devices| How to start with iOS and Android mobile devices]] 
 +  * [[#​how_to_connect_the_matrix_to_spotify| How to connect the matrix to Spotify]] 
 + 
 +==== Introduction ==== 
 +Audiofy is not only a professional audio multi-room ​system but your all-in-one solution for the complete control of home and building automation. ​  
 +Just with one device you can stream music contents from internal players or analog stereo inputs and manage in the same time all the functionalities of Thinknx supervision system from lighting and heating & cooling, to audio and music. Moreover, thanks to the integration with voice control devices like Apple Home Kit and Amazon Echo, you’ll directly turn on or off all the commands using your voice. ​
 Through the native KNX TP port, Audiofy acts as every Thinknx controller allowing a bidirectional interaction with the plant. ​ Through the native KNX TP port, Audiofy acts as every Thinknx controller allowing a bidirectional interaction with the plant. ​
 The new software update and the graphical restyling make the Audiofy app much more intuitive, faster and easy to use for every iOS and Android mobile devices, maximizing the performance level of the system, for a complete customer user-experience. ​ The new software update and the graphical restyling make the Audiofy app much more intuitive, faster and easy to use for every iOS and Android mobile devices, maximizing the performance level of the system, for a complete customer user-experience. ​
  
 {{ :​connection_schematic.png?​direct |Scheme of a typical integrated installation }} {{ :​connection_schematic.png?​direct |Scheme of a typical integrated installation }}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.1: Scheme of a typical integrated installation </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 1: Scheme of a typical integrated installation </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
  
  
  
-===== Safety Precautions ​===== +==== Safety Precautions ==== 
-<WRAP center important 80%> +<WRAP center important ​round 80%>
-** IMPORTANT **+
 Before connecting and using this product, please read this instruction carefully and Before connecting and using this product, please read this instruction carefully and
 keep it on hand for future reference. keep it on hand for future reference.
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 this product. </​WRAP>​ this product. </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center warning 80%> +<WRAP center warning ​round 80%> 
-** WARNING** To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, never expose this product to rain+** WARNING ** 
 +To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, never expose this product to rain
 or humidity (indoor use only). </​WRAP>​ or humidity (indoor use only). </​WRAP>​
  
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-===== Description =====+==== Product Range ====
  
 Audiofy is a scalable system which delivers music contents from internal players (up to 4) or analog stereo inputs (up to 5) to stereo power amplified outputs (from 4 to 32). Audiofy is a scalable system which delivers music contents from internal players (up to 4) or analog stereo inputs (up to 5) to stereo power amplified outputs (from 4 to 32).
  
-Thanks to the many protocols supported, it is perfectly integrated inside automation systems. A native KNX TP port allows to send commands to the music system directly from other KNX devices and to receive ​feedbacks.+Thanks to the many protocols supported, it is perfectly integrated inside automation systems. A native KNX TP port allows to send commands to the music system directly from other KNX devices and to receive ​feedback.
  
 Through a complete set of Apps, the final user decides the routing of the audio sources and has a complete control over his music listening experience. The internal player is directly controlled from the app, the music library provided by a NAS or USB stick can be browsed with a simple menu. Through a complete set of Apps, the final user decides the routing of the audio sources and has a complete control over his music listening experience. The internal player is directly controlled from the app, the music library provided by a NAS or USB stick can be browsed with a simple menu.
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 If the user wants to listen to radio or web contents, Audiofy provides the integration of several web services so that the he can always access to his favorite music. If the user wants to listen to radio or web contents, Audiofy provides the integration of several web services so that the he can always access to his favorite music.
 +<WRAP tip center round 80%> ** Did you know? **
 +The internal player inside the Audiofy is used to stream music from any digital source, such as Airplay, NAS, Spotify, USB or playlist. </​WRAP>​
  
-==== Available devices ==== +=== Audiofy P1 ===
- +
- === Audiofy P1 === +
  
 It allows to diffuse the music coming from the 4 analog inputs or from the internal player to 4 amplified outputs (expandable to 12)    ​ It allows to diffuse the music coming from the 4 analog inputs or from the internal player to 4 amplified outputs (expandable to 12)    ​
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  === Audiofy P4 ===  === Audiofy P4 ===
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 It allows to diffuse the music coming from the 2 analog inputs or from the 4 internal players to 4 amplified outputs (expandable to 12) It allows to diffuse the music coming from the 2 analog inputs or from the 4 internal players to 4 amplified outputs (expandable to 12)
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   * Power supply 24Vdc 200W Max   * Power supply 24Vdc 200W Max
  
- ​=== ​Audiofy ​E4 === + ​=== ​Expansion ​E4 ===
  
 Expansion module that allows to add 4 additional outputs to P1 or P4 modules. Expansion module that allows to add 4 additional outputs to P1 or P4 modules.
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   * 4 amplified stereo outputs (50W per channel on 4Ohm speakers)   * 4 amplified stereo outputs (50W per channel on 4Ohm speakers)
   * Power supply 24Vdc 200W Max   * Power supply 24Vdc 200W Max
 +
 +<WRAP tip center round 80%> ** Did you know? **
 +An Audiofy can be upgraded to work as a Thinknx server, combining control of the home automation system as well as the multi-room audio system in one application. </​WRAP>​
  
 ==== Technical Data ==== ==== Technical Data ====
  
 {{ :​tech_data-22.png?​direct&​800 |Technical data }} {{ :​tech_data-22.png?​direct&​800 |Technical data }}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.2: Technical data </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 2: Technical data </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
- +=== Rear Panel ===
- +
-====== Installation ====== +
- +
-This device can be installed into a 19” rack cabinet (1 unit) thanks to its rack ears, or to a wall thanks to its brackets mount. +
-In the following pictures you can see how to mount the proper brackets to the audiofy unit. Please use only the provided M4x8 screws to avoid internal damages to the unit. +
- +
-{{ :​audiofy_sostegni_rack-02.png?​direct&​600 |Audiofy rack mounting}} +
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 1.3: Audiofy rack mounting option </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​ +
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-{{ :​audiofy_sostegni_muro-02.png?​direct&​600 |Audiofy wall mounting}} +
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 1.4: Audiofy wall mounting option </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​ +
- +
-===== Front Panel ===== +
- +
-===== Rear Panel =====+
  
 {{ :​frontalino.png?​direct|Rear panel}} {{ :​frontalino.png?​direct|Rear panel}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.5: View of the connections [P1-P4] </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​4: View of the connections [P1-P4] </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
   - Power Supply (Mains voltage 100 - 250 Vac)   - Power Supply (Mains voltage 100 - 250 Vac)
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   - Speakers output channel [1-4]   - Speakers output channel [1-4]
  
-===Outputs ​====+=== Audio Outputs ===
  
 {{ :​outputs.png?​direct&​450 |Audiofy audio outputs connections}} {{ :​outputs.png?​direct&​450 |Audiofy audio outputs connections}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.6: Audiofy audio outputs connections</​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​5: Audiofy audio outputs connections</​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
   - Pre-amplified output right   - Pre-amplified output right
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   - Left speaker output +    - Left speaker output + 
  
-==== KNK external control ​====+=== KNX external control ===
  
 {{ :​outputs_2.png?​direct&​450 |Audiofy KNX connections}} {{ :​outputs_2.png?​direct&​450 |Audiofy KNX connections}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.7: Audiofy KNX connections </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​6: Audiofy KNX connections </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
   - KNX Connection -    - KNX Connection - 
   - KNX Connection +    - KNX Connection + 
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   - RS485 Shield   - RS485 Shield
  
-===== Inter-device connection ​=====+<WRAP center important round 80%> The RS-485 port is not meant to control the Audiofy, but for internal use only through a Thinknx staff member.</​WRAP>​ 
 + 
 + 
 +===== Installation ===== 
 +=== Rack Mounting === 
 + 
 +This device can be installed into a 19” rack cabinet (1 unit) thanks to its rack ears, or to a wall thanks to its brackets mount. 
 +In the following pictures you can see how to mount the proper brackets to the audiofy unit. Please use only the provided M4x8 screws to avoid internal damages to the unit. 
 + 
 +{{ :​audiofy_sostegni_rack-02.png?​direct&​600 |Audiofy rack mounting}} 
 +<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 7: Audiofy rack mounting option </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​ 
 + 
 + 
 + 
 + 
 +{{ :​audiofy_sostegni_muro-02.png?​direct&​600 |Audiofy wall mounting}} 
 +<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 8: Audiofy wall mounting option </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​ 
 + 
 + 
 +=== Inter-device connection ===
  
 To expand the system and use the Audiofy E4, proper connections must be done between the master device (P1 or P4) and the expansions. To expand the system and use the Audiofy E4, proper connections must be done between the master device (P1 or P4) and the expansions.
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 {{ :​espansions_connections.png?​direct |Expansions inter-connections}} {{ :​espansions_connections.png?​direct |Expansions inter-connections}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.8: Expansions inter-connections </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​9: Expansions inter-connections </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center important 80%>+<WRAP center important ​round 80%>
 Use the provided flat cables to inter-connect the devices. Longer cables will carry degraded audio signals and the performance of the whole system will be worse. Use the provided flat cables to inter-connect the devices. Longer cables will carry degraded audio signals and the performance of the whole system will be worse.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 {{ :​dip-switches_ultimate-01.png?​direct&​600 |Expansions DIP switches settings}} {{ :​dip-switches_ultimate-01.png?​direct&​600 |Expansions DIP switches settings}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.9: Expansions DIP switches settings </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​10: Expansions DIP switches settings </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
 ===== How to start - Quick Setup Guide ===== ===== How to start - Quick Setup Guide =====
  
-Once the server ​is connected to LAN it acquires an IP address ​provided from the DHCP service. To discover the IP address assigned to the server ​use the ”Servers Manager” tool installed with ThinKnx ​Configurator ​software (see <imgref 2> ). This software provides a list of all the ThinKnx server (ordered ​by serial number) detected ​on the LAN and for each of them shows its IP settings. After selecting the ThinKnx ​server ​installed, it is possible to disable the DHCP service and provide it with a static IP. Click on the ”Apply server setup” to confirm the changes. This step is recommended to avoid the loss of the ip address in case the connection is lost: in fact on connection recovery, the DHCP server could not assign the same address, causing problems between server and clients.+Once the Audiofy ​is connected to LAN it acquires an IP address ​given by the DHCP service. To discover the IP address assigned to the device, ​use the Thinknx UP Configurator by clicking ​on the bottom right section of the software where it reads "Click here to search ​for Thinknx devices"​. After selecting the ThinKnx ​Audiofy ​installed, it is possible to disable the DHCP service and provide it with a static IP. Click on the ”Apply server setup” to confirm the changes. This step is recommended to avoid the loss of the IP address in case the connection is lost: in fact on connection recovery, the DHCP server could not assign the same address, causing problems between server and clients.
  
-If the server ​is connected on a network ​not served by a DHCP service, it will acquire as default address: **192.168.0.200**+If the Audiofy ​is connected on a network ​where DHCP service ​is unavailable, it will acquire as default address: **192.168.0.200**
  
-If a static IP address was previously set, the device is always reachable at the address: **192.168.24.254** (with subnet mask **255.255.254.254**).+If a static IP address was previously set, the device is always reachable at the address: **192.168.24.254** (with subnet mask **255.255.255.252**).
  
-<WRAP center important 80%>+<WRAP center important ​round 80%>
 It is highly recommended to disable DHCP service and use a static IP address. Otherwise, it is possible to run into clients connection problems when the DHCP lease expires. It is highly recommended to disable DHCP service and use a static IP address. Otherwise, it is possible to run into clients connection problems when the DHCP lease expires.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
  
-The server ​can be reached and configured from its web interface. To open the server web interface just launch your preferred internet browser (Firefox or Chrome are tested browser) and digit: **http:​\\serverip:​5051**+The Audiofy ​can be reached and configured from its web interface ​just like any Thinknx server. To open the server'​s ​web interface just launch your preferred internet browser (Firefox or Chrome are tested browser) and enter the following: **http:​\\serverip:​5051**
  
  
-{{ :​fig_1.png?​direct&​600 |Server Manager: tool to discover servers on the network}} +{{ :​fig_1.png?​direct&​500 |Server Manager: tool to discover servers on the network}} 
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.10: Server Manager: tool to discover servers on the network </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​11: Server Manager: tool to discover servers on the network </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
  
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 You will be request to change the password for the next access. Please take note of the new password as it will require an hard reset to recover it. You will be request to change the password for the next access. Please take note of the new password as it will require an hard reset to recover it.
 +
 +The webpage of the Audiofy is very similar to a Thinknx server but some menu items cannot be viewed unless the Audiofy has been upgraded to a server. You can start by configuring your KNX group addresses if needed, naming your outputs and inputs, in addition to configuring other services available. ​
 +
 +<WRAP tip center round 80%> ** Did you know? ** The Audiofy does not require an ETS file to be configured. All KNX group addresses can be entered manually from the webpage of the Audiofy.</​WRAP>​
 +
 +{{ :​audiofy-1.png?​direct&​800 |Audiofy Webpage}}
 +<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 12: Audiofy Webpage </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
 +
 +{{ :​audiofy-2.png?​direct&​800 |Audiofy Configuration}}
 +<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure 13: Audiofy Configuration </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
 +
 +=== Available control through KNX ===
 +  * **GENERAL **
 +    * **General Mute** 1-bit DPT1 - KNX group to mute all the outputs
 +    * **General Mix** 1-bit - DPT1 - KNX group to enable the MIX inputs to all the outputs.
 +    * **General input selection** 1-byte - DPT5. KNX group to select the same source for all the outputs.
 +      * For Audiofy P1:
 +        * 1 = ext analog 1
 +        * 2 = ext analog 2
 +        * 3 = ext analog 3
 +        * 4 = ext analog 4
 +        * 5 = ext analog 5
 +        * 6 = internal player 1
 +      * For Audiofy P4:
 +        * 1 = ext analog 1
 +        * 2 = ext analog 2
 +        * 3 = internal player 1
 +        * 4 = internal player 2
 +        * 5 = internal player 3
 +        * 6 = internal player 4
 +    * **General volume up/down** 1-bit - DPT1. KNX group for moving volume up=1/down=0 one step of all the outputs together. Step is defined in the General Volume Step slider below this field.
 +    * ** Public Announce select** 1-byte - DPT5. KNX group to launch a precise playlist to all the outputs (KNX values that will be used to recall the playlist must be defined in the "​Playlist KNX Entries"​ node, association between playlists and KNX values must be defined in the Audiofy app). Player 1 will be used for playing the music.
 +    * **KNX group stop PA** 1-bit - DPT1. KNX group for stopping alert playing or PA playlist playing.
 +    * **Alert tone selection** 1-byte - DPT5. The following tones are available:
 +      * 1 = Dingdong
 +      * 2 = Knock on door
 +      * 3 = Gong
 +      * 4 = Horn
 +      * 5 = Sonar
 +      * 6 = MusicBox
 +      * 7 = Birds
 +      * 8 = Jazz
 +      * 9 = Organic
 +      * 10 = Pizzicato
 +      * 11 = Peace
 +      * 12 = Scala
 +      * 13 = Siesta ​
 +  ​
 +  * **ZONE**
 +    * **Volume up/down (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group for moving volume up=1/down=0 one step. Step is defined in the slider below this field.
 +    * **Volume value (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to change the volume to an absolute value [0-255]
 +    * **Volume value feedback (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group address to receive current volume absolute value [0-255]
 +    * **Volume move (4Bit – DPT3)** KNX group address for moving volume up/down using standard dimming/​shutters objects
 +    * ** Mute (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group to mute=1/​unmute=0 the output
 +    * **Mute status (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group to receive the current status of the output muting
 +    * **Input selection (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to select the source for the output.
 +      * For Audiofy P1:
 +        * 1 = ext analog 1
 +        * 2 = ext analog 2
 +        * 3 = ext analog 3
 +        * 4 = ext analog 4
 +        * 5 = ext analog 5
 +        * 6 = internal player 1
 +      * For Audiofy P4:
 +        * 1 = ext analog 1
 +        * 2 = ext analog 2
 +        * 3 = internal player 1
 +        * 4 = internal player 2
 +        * 5 = internal player 3
 +        * 6 = internal player 4
 +    * ** Input selection status (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group that report the current selected the source for the output
 +    * **Mix enable (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group to add the content coming from the MIX analog input to the current output [1=mix enabled/​0=mix disabled]
 +    * **Mix status (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group that report the current status the mixing from the MIX analog input to the current output [1=mix enabled/0= mix disabled]
 +    * **Bass value (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to adjust the value of the Bass frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Bass status (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group that reports the current value of the Bass frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Middle value (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to adjust the value of the Middle frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Middle status (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group that reports the current value of the Middle frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Treble value (1Byte – DPT5)**KNX group to adjust the value of the Treble frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Treble status (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group that reports the current value of the Treble frequencies [0 = -20dB, 20 = 0dB, 40=+20dB]
 +    * **Mono enable (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group to transform the output into a mono output. The Left and Right output will be identical but the volume of each can be controlled separately as virtually two distinct outputs [1=mono enabled – 2 virtual outputs, 0=stereo]
 +    * **Mono enable status (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group that reports the status of the mono feature (see “Mono enable” for more info)
 +    * **Volume RIGHT up/down (1Bit – DPT1)**KNX group for moving volume of the RIGHT channel up=1/down=0 one step (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * **Volume RIGHT value (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to change the volume of the RIGHT channel to an absolute value [0-100] (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * ** Volume RIGHT up/down (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group for moving volume of the RIGHT channel up=1/down=0 one step (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * **Volume RIGHT move (4Bit – DPT3)** KNX group address for moving volume of the RIGHT channel up/down using standard dimming/​shutters objects (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * * **Volume LEFT up/down (1Bit – DPT1)**KNX group for moving volume of the LEFT channel up=1/down=0 one step (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * **Volume LEFT value (1Byte – DPT5)** KNX group to change the volume of the LEFT channel to an absolute value [0-100] (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * ** Volume LEFT up/down (1Bit – DPT1)** KNX group for moving volume of the LEFT channel up=1/down=0 one step (only valid if MONO=1)
 +    * **Volume LEFT move (4Bit – DPT3)** KNX group address for moving volume of the LEFT channel up/down using standard dimming/​shutters objects (only valid if MONO=1)
 +  * **PLAYLIST**
 +    * **KNX Value to recall playlist** Byte value [0 - 255] used to recall a playlist on the KNX group specified in the player properties
 +
 +
  
 ===== How to start with iOS and Android mobile devices ===== ===== How to start with iOS and Android mobile devices =====
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 From the Google Playstore or from Apple App Store download and open the thinknx "​Audiofy"​ app. From the Google Playstore or from Apple App Store download and open the thinknx "​Audiofy"​ app.
  
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 The app can be used only when the mobile/​tablet is connected on the same network of the Audiofy via Wifi The app can be used only when the mobile/​tablet is connected on the same network of the Audiofy via Wifi
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
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 Password: ** password ** Password: ** password **
 {{ :​untitled-3-04.png?​direct&​550 |The device finder section and the login page}} {{ :​untitled-3-04.png?​direct&​550 |The device finder section and the login page}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.11: The device finder section and the login page  </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​13: The device finder section and the login page  </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
 Upon sucessfull detection and connection, you will be able to see device info in the settings page Upon sucessfull detection and connection, you will be able to see device info in the settings page
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 {{ :​mobile_2_-02.png?​direct&​550 |The setting section}} {{ :​mobile_2_-02.png?​direct&​550 |The setting section}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​1.12: The setting section </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​14: The setting section </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
 When the connection is successful all the outputs are displayed When the connection is successful all the outputs are displayed
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 {{ :​mobile_3-03.png?​direct&​550 |The internal player section}} {{ :​mobile_3-03.png?​direct&​550 |The internal player section}}
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 ===== How to connect the matrix to Spotify ===== ===== How to connect the matrix to Spotify =====
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 {{ :​spotify_audiofy_red-02.png?​direct&​800 |The configuration page of the Audiofy}} {{ :​spotify_audiofy_red-02.png?​direct&​800 |The configuration page of the Audiofy}}
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 Once reached the Audiofy web page, go to the section "​Configuration->​Audiofy"​ and inside the "​Services"​ node add a Spotify service. Now you need to enable it and enter your credentials. As a final step, to pair the Audiofy with your account you need to click on the "​Authorize"​ button. Once reached the Audiofy web page, go to the section "​Configuration->​Audiofy"​ and inside the "​Services"​ node add a Spotify service. Now you need to enable it and enter your credentials. As a final step, to pair the Audiofy with your account you need to click on the "​Authorize"​ button.
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 {{ :​spotify_login-01.png?​direct&​800 |The login page of Spotify}} {{ :​spotify_login-01.png?​direct&​800 |The login page of Spotify}}
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 +You can now access your Spotify application which will automatically detect the Audiofy and start streaming music to your matrix.