In case there was some more unanswered questions about the HEMC connectivity, I got this straight from D-BOX today :
·The Home Entertainment Motion Controller can be connected to the network via Ethernet cable from the LAN port on the HEMC to the router. In this case, the connection is self-discovery and both the HEMC and the tablet on which the UI (the user application) is installed will "interact" automatically (tablet as to be on the same network... of course).
·The HEMC can also be connected via WiFi network. In this case, when the HEMC will be powered with not Ethernet cable detected, the HEMC will act as a "hotspot". This will allow the UI on the tablet to be directly connected to the HEMC. That way, the user will be able to enter in the HEMC the WiFi router information. Then, the HEMC will be connected directly to the router via WiFi.
·If the "home" network required fixed IP address it will be a different story. The user will need to connect a monitor, keyboard and mouse directly into the HEMC. Then, it will be necessary to configure the network via Windows.
·The HEMC required a "down-mix Stereo" sound via a simple audio jack 3.5mm.
·D-BOX will provide a list of suggested external "converter" to facilitate the "audio connection". We will recommend 2 types of converter: one with Coaxial Audio cable or Toslink cable (fiber) and one with HDMI cable. In both cases, the converted sound will travel via a simple RCA left – right to audio jack 3.5mm.
·For now, only one HEMC can be configured and controlled per Network