Scala Media Players
Early Preview The content in this section is currently under construction and subject to change.
The content in this section is currently under construction and subject to change.
The following default user credentials are provided so you can log in to configure the Scala Media Player for deployment.
|Configure Player account||config||scala123#|
|Scala Player account||player||scala123#|
|1||Power button||1||Use to manually turn the Scala Media Player-R on and off.|
|2||Power Status indicator LED||1||Use to identify the state of the player.|
|3||USB 1 / Service||1||USB 3.0 SuperSpeed (Type-C)/ Service port|
|4||USB 2||1||USB 2.0 Port|
|5||Power Ext||1||Power extension cable port|
Currently not in use.
Do not plug an Ethernet cable into the IR Ext port. It could cause irreparable damage to the device.
|7||IR||1||Currently not in use.|
|8||Reset button||1||Use to reset the device from a|
|1||Power DC 12V Port||1||Use to plug in the power supply and provide power to the device.|
|2||Ethernet Port||1||Use to plug in an Ethernet cable.|
|3||HDMI ports||2||Contains one HDMI In port and One HDMI Out port. At this time, only the HDMI Out port is supported from the playback engine.|
|4||COM DB 9 Port||1|
|5||USB 3||1||USB 3.0 Super Speed (Type-A) port.|
|6||Auxiliary combination microphone and headphone jack||1||Currently not in use. The SMP-R only supports HDMI audio.|
There are two methods for setting up the Scala Media Player-R:
In order to set up the Scala Media Player-R, you will need the following:
Use this for remote setup:
vncviewer64-*.exe and connected using an Ethernet crossover cable.
Once the unit is plugged in, the Scala Media Player-S starts. If the unit does not automatically start, press the power button on the front of the device.