Overview: The Pioneer AS-WL300 is a Wireless Network Adapter for
compatible Pioneer A/V receivers. The AS-WL300 wireless network adapter makes
your network-ready Pioneer A/V receiver the ultimate control center of your home
entertainment system providing wireless network capability. The AS-WL300
wireless network adapter lets you enjoy wireless access to features such as
AirPlay and Internet Radio for your Pioneer A/V receiver. You can also stream
audio from your DLNA certified Windows PC. In addition, you can wirelessly
download firmware updates for your compatible Pioneer receiver. For added
convenience, the AS-WL300 wireless network adapter supports the iControlAV2
Pioneer A/V Receiver Compatibility: The Pioneer AS-WL300 is compatible with the
following Pioneer network-ready A/V receivers (as of June 2011).
Operating System Requirements: The AS-WL300 wireless network adapter
supports the following computer operating systems.
- Windows: 7 (32/64 bit), Vista (32/64 bit), XP
- Macintosh: 10.6, 10.5, 10.4
Note: Your computer must have an Ethernet (LAN) port and USB
(type-A) port for setup. The AS-WL300 plugs into your computer during setup
and is then unplugged and connected to your compatible Pioneer A/V receiver.
WiFi Connectivity: The Pioneer AS-WL300 wireless network
adapter provides wireless (2.4GHz) connectivity for your compatible Pioneer A/V
receiver to your wireless home network. The AS-WL300 is compatible with
IEEE802.11b/g/n wireless networks.
Ethernet/USB Connection: The Pioneer AS-WL300 connects to
your compatible Pioneer network-ready receiver via the supplied Ethernet/USB
cable. The Ethernet connection provides transfer of your network and internet
content to the receiver, once content has been wirelessly transmitted from your
network to the AS-WL300. The USB connection provides power for the wireless
Quick & Secure Setup (via WPS): WPS (Wi-Fi protected set-up) provides
an easy two step set-up process for easy and secure network connection with
WPS-enabled wireless routers. Simply connect the AS-WL300 to the back of
compatible A/V receiver via the supplied USB power cable, press the WPS button on
the WPS-enabled wireless router, and then press the WPS button on the AS-WL300.
Note: The unit can also be setup manually using WEP (64/128 bit)
or WPA/WPA2 (TKIP/AES) security settings. This unit cannot connect to a base
with a SSID (Network name) that includes a semicolon (;).
Internet Radio: The Pioneer AS-WL300 lets you wirelessly transmit
Internet Radio (with vTuner) to your network-ready Pioneer A/V receiver, so you
can enjoy 1000's of internet radio stations from around the world.
DLNA Certified (1.5): The AS-WL300 wireless network adapter is DLNA
1.5 certified. Which means you can stream your MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, or even FLAC
music files from your PC, laptop or smartphone to your network-ready Pioneer
AirPlay: With AirPlay you can stream music from iTunes to your
compatible A/V Pioneer receiver and play it through your home theater system.
Simply connect the receiver to your home network via AS-WL300 and it instantly
becomes the hub for playback of your iTunes music from your connected Apple
device or networked computer.
AVNavigator: AVNavigator uses your networked PC to communicate
your Pioneer network-ready A/V receiver, walking you through speaker set-up, MCACC room calibration, sound optimization, firmware updates, and more.
Pioneer iControlAV2 Remote App (for iPad): The Pioneer free
iControlAV2 Remote App from Apple makes it easy to operate select functions of
your Pioneer A/V receiver using an iPad (iOS 4.2 or later) in a Wi-Fi network
environment. Download this free iPad app from the iTunes app store and enjoy
controlling your home cinema system with the touch of your finger.
Firmware Updates: You can wirelessly download firmware updates
from the Pioneer Website for
your compatible Pioneer A/V receiver using the AS-WL300 wireless network adapter.
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