Operation Guide for ECLIPSE TD Remote (for iOS)

TD Remote is a simple remote control application that allows you to easily operate the ECLIPSE home audio speaker system ‘TD-M1’ wirelessly.

■ Application Features

When connecting TD-M1 to your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad via Wi-Fi, this application enables the following wireless controls

  • ・Switching between power-on and network-standby modes, and volume control
  • ・Setting functions that cannot be done on the speaker unit, for example, dimmer (LED brightness adjustment) and auto-standby (automatic switching to network-standby when there is neither operation nor signal input for a certain period)
    *Network-standby refers to the mode where the network functions (Wi-Fi) are available even when power is Off.
■ Connection Method

Connect your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad to ‘TD-M1’ via Wi-Fi in advance.
You can connect using either the Direct Mode that does not require a Wi-Fi router or the Router Mode that goes through a Wi-Fi router.
*See the user manual of the product for details on the connection method.
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■ Screenshots from the Application
・Main Screen
  • 1. Standby: Switches between power on and network standby.
  • 2. Wi-Fi: Switches the input source to Wi-Fi (AirPlay/Android).
  • 3. USB B: Switches the input source to USB B.
  • 4. USB A: Switches the input source to USB A.
  • 5. AUX: Switches the input source to AUX.
  • 6. Volume Down: Lowers the TD-M1’s volume.
  • 7. Volume Up: Raises the TD-M1’s volume.
  • 8. Volume Slider: Move the slider left and right to adjust the TD-M1’s volume.
  • 9. Mute: Mutes the TD-M1.
・Setting Screen
  • 1. Device Name: If there are multiple TD-M1s, you can change which device to connect.
  • 2. Dimmer: You can set the brightness of the TD-M1's indicator to one of three settings: Bright, Normal, and Dark.
  • 3. Auto standby: You can set the time for auto standby to one of six settings: 1 min, 3 min, 10 min, 30 min, 60 min, and OFF.
  • 4. DAC digital filter: You can enable or disable the DAC digital filter.
    * We recommend disabling it, but please switch it to the setting you prefer.
  • 5. Version: Displays the application’s version.
  • 6. Default: Initializes the speaker settings.