Knowledge Base



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Music Commands

WHAT PLAYLISTS DO I HAVE?
WHAT PLAYLISTS CAN I SAY?
WHAT ARE THE PLAYLISTS?
TELL ME MY PLAYLISTS
TELL ME ABOUT PLAYLISTS

Calls out a selection of up to five playlists from your collection, to remind you of what is available.

Say the command again to hear the next five, until you have heard them all.

SHOW PLAYLISTS
HIDE PLAYLISTS

Shows or hides a list of the available playlists on your system. You can use the navigation keys to move through the list and select a playlist, or use the PLAY PLAYLIST command described below.

PLAY PLAYLIST {PLAYLIST NAME}
PLAY PLAYLIST NUMBER {NUM}
SHOW PLAYLIST {PLAYLIST NAME}
SHOW PLAYLIST NUMBER {NUM}

Plays or shows music from the selected playlist.

{PLAYLIST NAME}

The name of a playlist in your music library.

{NUM}

The number of a playlist in your music library, using the numbers shown by the command SHOW PLAYLISTS.

 
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Troubleshooting

Check the battery installation and place the remote on charge. See the installation section and the Amulet Remote Hardware video for guidance.

 
Microphone level not showing activity when speaking PDF Print E-mail
Troubleshooting

Check that the Amulet Voice Remote is the default audio input device, as described in the Audio Settings section. Restart Media Center after this is corrected.

 
Will Amulet recognize different users? PDF Print E-mail
Speech Recognition

If required, Amulet allows you to use different profiles for each speaker. You can select your profile by simply saying "This is John" (or whatever your name is) and Amulet will then use that profile when recognising any additional commands. For more information, see the Advanced section of the user manual.

 
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General

Yes, most Amulet commands operate from anywhere within Media Center. We do recommend that you use the special Amulet user interface screens whilst you are becoming familiar with Amulet, since they provide immediate visual feedback to let you know your commands are being recognised.

As you become more used to Amulet, you can start to use the commands independently of whatever screen you are viewing. You can even issue Amulet commands when your screen is turned off, if you have your audio output connected to separate speakers.

 
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