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innuOS Online Manual

Welcome to innuOS


Current version: 1.2.2

Last Updated: 19/06/2017


Please note this online manual is still under construction. If you need any help, don't hesitate to contact support@innuos.com. Thank you for your patience.


This manual will show you how to setup your innuOS server such as the Zen Mini Mk.II, Zen Mk.II and Zenith Music Servers. innuOS has been designed to provide an intuitive User Interface and to allow to easily manage your Music Library without requiring a computer.

The centerpiece of the system is the innuOS Dashboard. The Dashboard is a browser-based application that allows you to setup and manage your innuOS devices and respective music library without requiring a PC. You can access the innuOS Dashboard via the My Innuos network discovery service on http://my.innuos.com.

The User Interface (UI) will adjust itself to the screen size of the device, whether it's a smartphone, a tablet or a computer allowing you to confortably manage your music on your favourite device.

innuOS is an open system that allows the integration of a vast number of audio systems, divided into 3 scenarios:

1. Music player using dedicated iOS, Android or Windows Apps to play your stored music, Internet Radio and Streaming Services such as Tidal, Qobuz and Spotify when connected to an audio component with a USB digital audio input or Coaxial input (using an optional USB to coaxial converter);

2. UPnP Music Server to integrate with music streamers supporting the UPnP / DLNA protocol such as music streamers and some wireless speaker systems. In this scenario you will use your audio device app to browse and play music from the innuOS server.

3. NAS Server containing the music for systems such as Sonos or BlueSound. In this scenario you will use your audio device app to browse and play music from the innuOS server.

The innuOS Dashboard can be used regardless of the chosen scenario and will automatically update the music library whenever music is added or edited through the Dashboard. The 3 scenarios can also be used concurrently. An example of this would be an innuOS server connected directly to a USB DAC on the main listening room, an integrated amplifier with UPnP streamer on the office for a second audio zone and a Sonos system for background music around the home.

The first part of this manual will focus on setting up your innuOS server and managing your music library using the innuOS Dashboard. The second part will then focus on how to browse and play your music based on the 3 scenarios described above.

We hope you enjoy innuOS as much and we have enjoyed developing it.

The Innuos Team