Use the Control4® system Listen > Radio icon on your Navigators to listen to music from your Internet stations.
Check with your installer to ensure that the correct devices and agents are set up to Control4 system to listen to Internet music, and that the stations you want to listen to appear in the Navigators.
To listen to Internet music:
From your Navigator’s Home page, select Listen > Stations. The following figures show the display on a touch screen.
All Stations - Select from the list of stations. Use the scrollbar if needed. Note that this selection displays the Internet radio stations that are set up.
Genres - Select the genre, and then select the station.
Select the station to listen to.
To stop listening to Internet music see Listen.
Internet radio streams are sometimes unreliable. They can break up songs or cut out completely due to slow Internet traffic and other problems. If this happens to you, choose another station and come back to it later.
If the Internet radio station is not working, try the same station outside the Control4 system, for example, a Media Player to see if it’s the station or the Control4 system that’s causing the problem.
You can play multiple Internet radio streams. This means you can have, for example, three (3) different zones playing three (3) different music streams on three (3) different Navigators. Each Navigator will display the station for that zone.
In OS 2.4 or later, you can use the TuneIn app to listen to your favorite music, talk shows, news, sports, and more worldwide from your iPad, iPhone, Android tablet, PC/Mac, or the latest 7” touch screens. You can also create Favorites. See the TuneIn Setup Guide and TuneIn User Guide on Customers > Products page at www.control4.com for details.
Digital Audio (My Music)
Wireless Music Bridge
Control4 System Quick Start Guide
Composer ME User Guide