Yamaha RX-V795a Owner`s manual

UCA
RX-V795a
Natural Sound AV Receiver
Ampli-tuner audio vidéo
V293450
OWNER’S MANUAL
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in the space below.
Model:
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presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s
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magnitude to constitute a risk of
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accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
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SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1
Read Instructions – All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the unit is operated.
2
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
3
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the unit and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4
Follow Instructions – All operating and other instructions
should be followed.
5
6
Water and Moisture – The unit should not be used near
water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, etc.
Carts and Stands – The unit should be used only with a
cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer.
6A A unit and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may cause
the unit and
cart combination to overturn.
7
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The unit
should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
8
Ventilation – The unit should be situated so that its
location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, the unit should not be situated
on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface, that may block the
ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in installation,
such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow
of air through the ventilation openings.
9
Heat – The unit should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, stoves, or other appliances
that produce heat.
10 Power Sources – The unit should be connected to a power
supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the unit.
11 Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
12 Cleaning – The unit should be cleaned only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
13 Nonuse Periods – The power cord of the unit should be
unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
period of time.
14 Object and Liquid Entry – Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall into and liquids are not spilled into the
inside of the unit.
15 Damage Requiring Service – The unit should be serviced
by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
unit; or
C. The unit has been exposed to rain; or
D. The unit does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The unit has been dropped, or the cabinet damaged.
16 Servicing – The user should not attempt to service the unit
beyond those means described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
17 Power Lines – An outdoor antenna should be located away
from power lines.
18 Grounding or Polarization – Precautions should be taken
so that the grounding or polarization is not defeated.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna is
connected to this unit, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against
voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast
and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to
an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding
electrode.
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in
particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as
close to the point of cable entry as practical.
English
19 For US customers only:
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
MAST
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810–20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810–21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC – NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
FCC INFORMATION (for US customers only)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE : DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to
use the product.
2. IMPORTANT : When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product
MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions.
Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC
authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE : This product has been tested and found to
comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations,
Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with
these requirements provides a reasonable level of
assurance that your use of this product in a residential
environment will not result in harmful interference with
other electronic devices.
This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if
not installed and used according to the instructions
found in the users manual, may cause interference
harmful to the operation of other electronic devices.
Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that
interference will not occur in all installations. If this product
is found to be the source of interference, which can be
determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please try
to eliminate the problem by using one of the following
measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being
affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the
antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead,
change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact the local retailer authorized to
distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the
appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics
Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA
90620.
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
We Want You Listening For A Lifetime
YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Association’s
Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of
your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the
sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or
distortion – and, most importantly, without affecting your
sensitive hearing.
Since hearing damage from loud sounds is often
undetectable until it is too late, YAMAHA and the
Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer
Electronics Group recommend you to avoid
prolonged exposure from excessive volume levels.
Congratulations!
You are the proud owner of a Yamaha Digital Sound Field Processing (DSP)
System—an extremely sophisticated audio component. The DSP system takes full
advantage of Yamaha’s undisputed leadership in the field of digital audio processing
to bring you a whole new world of listening experiences. Follow the instructions in this
manual carefully when setting up your system, and the DSP system will sonically
transform your room into a wide range of listening environments—anything from a
famous concert hall to a cozy jazz club. In addition, you get incredible realism from
most of surround-sound encoded video sources available in the market using the builtin Dolby Pro Logic Decoder, Dolby Digital Decoder and DTS Decoder.
Five built-in channels of amplification on this model mean that no additional
amplifiers are required to enjoy advanced digital sound field processing.
Rather than tell you about the wonders of digital sound field processing, however,
let’s get right down to the business of setting up the system and trying out its many
capabilities. Please read this operation manual carefully and store it in a safe place for
later reference.
English
CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
........................................... Inside of the Front Cover
BASIC OPERATION ............................................... 33
Playing a source .................................................... 33
CAUTION .................................................................. 2
Recording a source to tape (or MD) or dubbing
from tape (or MD) to tape (or MD)......................... 37
Sound control......................................................... 38
INTRODUCTION ....................................................... 3
Features .................................................................... 3
What’s DSP?............................................................. 4
Tuning ..................................................................... 39
Basic operation ................................................... 39
Preset tuning ........................................................ 40
Using digital sound field processor (DSP) ......... 43
GETTING STARTED ................................................ 7
Getting started.......................................................... 7
Playing a source with an effect of the digital
sound field processor (DSP) ................................ 43
Unpacking .............................................................. 7
Adjusting output level of the center, right rear,
left rear speakers and subwoofer......................... 46
Installing batteries in the remote controller ........... 8
Brief overview of digital sound field programs...... 48
Notes about the remote controller.......................... 8
Controls and their functions ................................... 9
ADVANCED FEATURES ....................................... 51
Front panel ............................................................. 9
Display panel........................................................ 11
“SET MENU” mode ............................................... 51
Creating your own sound fields .......................... 55
PREPARATION ...................................................... 12
Speaker setup......................................................... 12
Setting the SLEEP timer ....................................... 60
REMOTE CONTROLLER ....................................... 61
Connections ........................................................... 14
Audio/video source equipment ............................ 14
Speakers ............................................................. 20
Antennas ............................................................. 23
Plugging in this unit ............................................. 25
Basic operation ..................................................... 61
Key name and function ......................................... 62
Entering manufacturer codes .............................. 67
Restoring the default codes ................................. 68
On screen display .................................................. 26
Selecting the output modes
(“SET MENU” mode) ............................................. 27
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................ 69
Speaker balance adjustment ................................ 30
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................. 72
LIST OF MANUFACTURE’S CODE
.............................................. The end of this manual
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CAUTION : Read this before operating your unit.
1. To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
2. Install this unit in a cool, dry, clean place – away from
windows, heat sources, sources of excessive vibration,
dust, moisture and cold. Avoid sources of humming
(transformers, motors). To prevent fire or electrical shock,
do not expose the unit to rain or water.
3. Never remove the unit cover. Contact your dealer if an
object falls inside the unit.
4. Do not use force on switches, controls or connection wires.
When moving the unit, first disconnect the power plug and
the wires connected to other equipment. Never pull on the
wires themselves.
5. The openings on the unit cover assure proper ventilation of
the unit. If these openings are obstructed, the temperature
inside the unit will rise rapidly. Therefore, avoid placing
objects against these openings, and install the unit in a
well-ventilated area to prevent fire and damage.
<Singapore model only>
Be sure to allow a space of at least 20 cm behind, 20 cm
on the both sides and 30 cm above the top panel of the
unit to prevent fire and damage.
6. The voltage used must be the same as that specified on
this unit. Using this unit with a higher voltage than
specified is dangerous and may result in fire or other
accidents. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any
damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other
than specified.
7. Digital signals generated by this unit may interfere with
other equipment such as tuners, receivers or TVs. Move
this unit farther away from such equipment if interference
is observed.
8. Always set the VOLUME control to “– ∞” before starting
the audio source play. Increase the volume gradually to an
appropriate level after playback has been started.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit
itself is turned off. This state is called the standby mode.
In this mode, this unit is designed to consume a small
amount of power.
FREQUENCY STEP switch (China and General Models
only)
Because the interstation frequency spacing differs in
different areas, set the FREQUENCY STEP switch (located
at the rear) according to the frequency spacing in your area.
Before setting this switch, disconnect the AC power plug of
this unit from the AC outlet.
For Canadian Customers
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide
slot and fully insert.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES–003.
WARNING
Do not change the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch
setting while the power to this unit is on, otherwise this
unit may be damaged.
If this unit fails to turn on when the STANDBY/ON switch is
pressed:
The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch may not be set to
either end. If so, set the switch to either end when this unit
is in the standby mode.
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
9. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents;
this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
10. Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section
regarding common operating errors before concluding that
the unit is faulty.
REAR
(SURROUND)
SET BEFORE POWER ON
11. When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time,
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B:I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
12. To prevent lightning damage, disconnect the AC power
plug and antenna cable when there is an electrical storm.
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED
I20V 60Hz
I00W MAX.TOTAL
CAUTION
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL FOR CORRECT SETTING.
13. Grounding or polarization – Precautions should be taken
so that the grounding or polarization of an appliance is not
defeated.
14. Do not connect an audio unit to the AC outlet on the rear
panel if the equipment requires more power than the outlet
is rated to provide.
15. Voltage Selector (China and General Models only)
The voltage selector on the rear panel of this unit must
be set for your local main voltage BEFORE plugging
into the AC main supply.
Voltages are 110/120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
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(U.S.A. model)
Features
5 Channel Power Amplification
Main:
Center:
Rear:
85W + 85W (8Ω) RMS Output
Power, 0.04% THD, 20–20,000 Hz
85W (8Ω) RMS Output Power,
0.04% THD, 20–20,000 Hz
85W + 85W (8Ω) RMS Output
Power, 0.04% THD, 20–20,000 Hz
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INTRODUCTION
Sophisticated FM/AM Tuner
● 40-Station Random Access Preset Tuning
● Automatic Preset Tuning
● Preset Station Shifting Capability (Preset
Editing)
● IF Count Direct PLL Synthesizer Tuning
System
Multi-Mode Digital Sound Field
Processing
Others
● Digital Sound Field Processor (DSP)
● Dolby Digital Decoder
● Dolby Pro Logic Decoder
● DTS Decoder
● “SET MENU” Mode which Provides You
with 13 Titles of Setting Changes and
Adjustments for Optimizing This Unit for
Your Audio/Video System
● CINEMA DSP: Theater-like Sound
Experience by the Combination of
YAMAHA DSP Technology and Dolby
Digital, Dolby Pro Logic or DTS
● BASS EXTENSION Button for Reinforcing
Bass Response
● Automatic Input Balance Control for
Dolby Pro Logic Decoding
● SLEEP Timer
● Test Tone Generator for Easier Speaker
Balance Adjustment
● Speaker Output Mode Selection
Capability for the Most Suitable
Use of Your Speaker System
● On Screen Display Function Helpful in
Controlling This Unit
● OPTICAL and COAXIAL Digital Audio
Signal Terminals
● 6 Channel External Decoder Input for
Other Future Formats
● Video Signal Input/Output Capability
(Including S Video Connections)
● Universal Remote Controller with Preset
Manufacturer Codes
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INTRODUCTION
What’s DSP?
Introduction
Welcome to the exciting world of digital home entertainment.
This unit is one of the most complete and advanced AV
receiver available. Some of the more advanced features may
not be familiar to you, but they are easy to use. State-of-the-art
technologies such as Dolby Digital and Digital Theater
Systems (DTS) may be new to your home, but you have
probably experienced the amazing realism they bring to feature
films in theaters around the world.
To make the listening experience even more enjoyable, this
unit includes a number of exclusive, digitally created listening
environments known as digital sound fields. Choosing a sound
field program is like transporting yourself to such venues as an
outdoor arena, a European church, or a cozy jazz club. Take
some time now to read more about these features and enjoy
the new experiences this unit brings to your home theater.
Digital Sound Field Processing
Technological advances in sound reproduction over the last 30
years have enhanced the listening experience with improved
clarity, precision and power. However, something has still been
missing: The atmosphere and acoustic ambiance of the public
venue. Our Yamaha engineers have extensively researched
the nature of sound acoustics and the way sound reflects
inside a room. We sent these engineers to famous theaters
and concert halls around the world to measure the acoustics of
those venues with sophisticated microphones. The data they
collected is used to recreate these environments in digital
sound fields. Some of these digital sound fields are created
using data measured directly at the original venue; others are
created from combinations of data to form unique
environments for specific purposes.
Of course, that only solves half of the problem. These
engineers have no way of knowing the acoustics of your
listening room, so we’ve made it possible for you to adjust the
various parameters of this data to tailor each virtual venue to
your taste. You can use these sound fields to enhance any
source and in combination with any of the following surround
sound technologies. Some are designed especially for music,
and some especially for movies.
Dolby Pro Logic
Dolby Surround has been used in movie theaters since the
mid-seventies. It has also been available in home
entertainment systems since the late eighties and continues to
be a popular format for home theater systems. It uses four
discrete channels and five speakers to reproduce realistic and
dynamic sound effects: two main channels (left and right), a
center channel for dialog, and a rear channel for special sound
effects. The rear channel reproduces sound within a narrow
frequency range.
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Most video tapes and laser discs include Dolby Surround
encoding as do many TV and cable broadcasts. The Dolby Pro
Logic decoder built into this unit employs a digital signal
processing system that stabilizes each channel for even more
accurate sound positioning than is available with standard
analog processors.
INTRODUCTION
Dolby Digital is the next level of Dolby Surround sound system
developed for 35 mm film-movies by employing low bit-rate
audio coding.
Dolby Digital is a digital surround sound system that provides
completely independent multi-channel audio to you. Dolby
Digital provides five full range channels in what is sometimes
referred to as a “3/2” configuration: three front channels (left,
center and right), and two surround channels. A sixth bass-only
effect channel is also provided for output of LFE (low frequency
effect), or low bass effects that are independent of other
channels. (This is called the “LFE channel”.) This channel is
counted as 0.1, thus giving rise to the term 5.1 channels in
total.
Compared to Dolby Surround that is referred to a “3/1” system
(left front, center, right front and just one surround channel),
Dolby Digital features two surround channels, called stereo or
split surrounds, each offering the same full range fidelity as the
three front channels.
Dolby Digital forms 5.1 channels as mentioned left, and
moreover, it can also form fewer channels, for example 2
channel stereo and monaural. You may be able to find some 2
channel stereo and/or monaural sources encoded with Dolby
Digital in the market.
English
Dolby Digital
Laserdisc and DVD are home audio formats that could benefit
from Dolby Digital. In the near future, Dolby Digital will also be
applied to DBS, CATV and HDTV. The ongoing release of
Dolby Digital theatrical films now underway will provide an
immediate source of Dolby Digital encoded video software.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”,
“Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
By using the built-in Dolby Digital decoder, you can experience
the dramatic realism and impact of Dolby Digital theater sound
in your home.
Wide dynamic range of sound reproduced by the five full range
channels and precise sound orientation by the digital sound
processing presents listeners much excitement and realism
that has never been experienced before.
DTS Digital Surround
DTS (Digital Theater Systems) system was developed to
replace analog soundtracks of movies with six discrete
channels of digital soundtracks, and now, it is installed in many
theaters around the world. The DTS digital playback system
changed the way we experienced movies in theaters with six
discrete channels of superb digital audio.
The DTS technology, through intense research and
development, made it possible to deliver a similar
encode/decode discrete technology to home audio surroundsound entertainment.
The DTS Digital Surround is an encode/decode system which
delivers six channels of master-quality, 20-bit audio; technically
5.1 channels, which means 5 full-range (left, center, right and
two surround) channels, plus a subwoofer (LFE) channel (as
“0.1”). It is compatible with the 5.1 speaker configurations that
are currently available for home theater systems
By using the DTS decoder built into this unit, you can
experience the dramatic realism and impact of the DTS
installed theater’s high quality sound in your home.
Laserdisc, compact disc and DVD are home audio format
within which DTS can represent its high quality multi-channel
audio. (In addition to movies on laserdiscs, many exciting new
multi-channel music recordings will also become available in
the form of DTS-encoded compact discs.)
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other world-wide patents issued
and pending. “DTS”, “DTS Digital Surround”, are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The DTS Digital Surround algorithm is designed to encode the
six channels of 20-bit audio onto some laserdiscs, compact
discs and DVDs with considerably less data-compression.
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INTRODUCTION
CINEMA DSP: Dolby Surround + DSP / DTS + DSP
The Dolby Surround sound and DTS systems show their full
ability in a large movie theater, because movie sounds are
originally designed to be reproduced in a large movie theater
that uses a multitude of speakers. Trying to create a sound
environment similar to that of a movie theater in your home is
difficult because of the room size, material inside the walls, the
number of speakers, and so on. In other words, your listening
room is very different from a movie theater.
However, Yamaha DSP technology allows you to create nearly
the same sound experience as that of a large movie theater in
your home by compensating for the lack of presence and
dynamics in the listening room with original digital sound fields
combined with Dolby Surround or DTS Digital Surround
sounds.
CINEMA DSP
The YAMAHA “CINEMA DSP” logo indicates those programs
that are created by the combination of YAMAHA DSP
technology and Dolby Surround or DTS.
Dolby Pro Logic + 2 Digital Sound Fields
Dolby Digital or DTS + 3 Digital Sound Fields
Digital sound fields are created on the presence side and
the rear surround side of the Dolby Pro Logic decoded
sound field respectively. They create a wide acoustic
environment and emphasize surround-effect in the room,
letting you feel much presence as if you were watching a
movie in a popular Dolby Surround theater.
Digital sound fields are created on the presence side and
the independent left and right surround sides of the Dolby
Digital-decoded or the DTS-decoded sound field
respectively. They create a wide acoustic environment and
much surround effect in the room without losing high
channel separation. With wide dynamic range of Dolby
Digital or DTS sound, this sound field combination lets you
feel as if you were watching a movie in the newest Dolby
Digital theater or DTS installed theater. This is the most
ideal home theater sound at the present time.
For details, refer to pages 48 to 49.
For details, refer to pages 48 to 49.
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Getting started
English
GETTING STARTED
Unpacking
Carefully remove this unit and accessories from the box. You should find the unit itself and the following accessories.
Remote controller
Indoor FM Antenna
POWER
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
AM Loop Antenna
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
TV
DIR
A
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
TV INPUT
A/B
/
SET UP
ON SCREEN
SELECT
DIR
B
RETURN
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
Antenna adapter (U.S.A. and Canada models only)
Batteries (size AA, R6, UM-3)
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GETTING STARTED
Installing batteries in the remote
controller
Notes about the remote controller
Battery replacement
Since the remote controller will be used for many of this unit’s
control operations, you should begin by installing the supplied
batteries.
1.
Turn the remote controller over and slide the battery
compartment cover in the direction of the arrow.
2.
Insert the batteries (AA, R6, UM-3 type) according to the
polarity markings on the inside of the battery compartment.
3.
Close the battery compartment cover.
2
If you find that the remote controller must be used closer to the
main unit, the batteries are weak. Replace both batteries with
new ones.
Notes
● Use AA, R6, UM-3 batteries.
● Be sure the polarities are correct. (See the illustration inside
the battery compartment.)
● Remove the batteries if the remote controller is not used for
an extended period of time.
● If batteries leak, dispose of them immediately. Avoid
touching the leaked material and contact with clothing, etc.
Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing
new batteries.
Be sure to insert the new batteries within 2 minutes after
you remove the old batteries from the remote controller. If
the remote controller is left for more than 2 minutes without
batteries, all of the codes you entered will be cleared and
the remote controller will return to the factory preset
condition.
1
3
Remote controller operation range
Remote control
sensor
Within approximately
6 m (19.7 feet)
30°
30°
Notes
● The area between the remote controller and the main unit
must be clear of large obstacles.
● Do not expose the remote control sensor to strong lighting,
in particular, an inverter type fluorescent lamp. Otherwise,
the remote controller may not work properly. If necessary,
position the main unit away from direct lighting.
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GETTING STARTED
English
Controls and their functions
Front panel
1
2
NATURAL SOUND
3
4
5
6
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER RX V795aRDS
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
l2
28
8
60
2
4
40
PRO LOGIC
DSP
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
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TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
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MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
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TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
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TREBLE
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INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
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TUNING
MODE
EDIT
LEVEL
SET
MENU
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
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For the remote controller, refer to pages 61 to 68.
1 STANDBY/ON switch
Press this switch to turn on the power. Press this switch again
to set this unit in the standby mode.
* A click from the switch and the initial rotation of the built-in
fan will be heard when the power is turned on.
Standby mode
This unit is still using a small amount of power in this mode
in order to be ready to receive infrared-signals from the
remote controller.
2 Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote controller.
3 Display panel
Displays a variety of information. (Refer to page 11 for details.)
4 TAPE/MD MON/EXT. DECODER button
Press this button repeatedly until the “TAPE/MD MONITOR”
indicator is illuminated on the display. Sound source played or
recorded on the unit connected to the TAPE/MD IN
(PLAY)/OUT (REC) AUDIO SIGNAL terminals on the rear of
this unit is selected as the input source taking priority of the
INPUT SELECTOR’s setting.
Press this button repeatedly until the “EXT. DECODER”
appears on the display. Sound signals input to the EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals on the rear of this unit is selected
as the input source taking priority of the INPUT SELECTOR’s
setting.
Press this button repeatedly until the original display mode is
restored to cancel the above input sources.
5 INPUT SELECTOR
Turn this knob to select the input source.
The selected source will be shown on the display.
6 Master VOLUME control
Simultaneously controls volume for all output sounds; main,
rear, center and subwoofer. (The REC OUT level is not
affected.)
* The indicator on the master VOLUME control will flash when
the volume is decreased by pressing the MUTE key on the
remote controller.
7 PHONES jack
Headphones can be plugged into this jack for private listening.
You can listen to the sound to be output from the main
speakers through headphones. When listening with
headphones privately, set both SPEAKERS A and B switches
to the OFF position and turn off the digital sound field
processor by pressing the EFFECT button so that no DSP
program name is illuminated on the display panel.
PHONES
9
GETTING STARTED
8 A/B/C/D/E button
H FM/AM button
Press this button to select a group (A–E) of preset stations.
Press this button to switch the reception band between FM and
AM.
9 SPEAKERS switches
Press the switch A or B (or both) for the main speakers you will
use inward (ON). Press and release the switch for the main
speakers you do not use outward (OFF).
I LEVEL button
Select a preset station number (1 to 8).
This button is used to adjust the output level of the center and
rear speakers, and subwoofer. First, press this button (several
times) to select the speaker(s). The name appears on the
display. Then press the + or – button (J) to change the output
level.
A BASS EXTENSION button
J –/+ button
0 Preset station number selector buttons
Press this button inward (ON) to boost the bass frequency
response at the main left and right channels while maintaining
overall tonal balance. This function is effective for reinforcing
the bass frequencies when a subwoofer is not used.
B TONE BYPASS button
Press this button inward (ON) to bypass the tone (BASS and
TREBLE) control circuitry. This function is used for outputting
pure sound and checking the tone control settings. The tone
control circuitry can be used when this button is released
outward (OFF).
C BASS and TREBLE controls
Rotate these knobs to adjust the low and high frequency
response for the left and right main channels only.
D BALANCE control
This knob controls the sound from the main speakers only.
The balance of the output volume to the left and right main
speakers can be adjusted to compensate for sound imbalances
caused by the speaker location or listening room conditions.
E MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM) button
Use this button to enter a station to memory. Refer to the
section “Manual preset tuning” on page 40 for details.
Hold down this button for more than 3 seconds to start
automatic preset tuning. Refer to page 41 for details.
F EDIT button
This button is used to exchange the places of two preset
stations with each other.
G TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO) button
Press this button to switch the tuning mode between automatic
and manual. To select the automatic tuning mode, press this
button so that the “AUTO” indicator is illuminated on the
display. To select the manual tuning mode, press this button so
that the “AUTO” indicator is not illuminated.
10
Adjusts the level of the speaker(s) selected by pressing the
LEVEL button. Moreover, performs setting changes and
adjustments for functions selected by pressing the SET MENU
button (K).
K SET MENU button
Press this button once or more to select the desired function in
the SET MENU mode.
L TUNING DOWN/UP button
Used for tuning. Press the “UP” side to tune in to a higher
frequency, and press the “DOWN” side to tune in to a lower
frequency.
M PROGRAM selector button
Press this button in the
or
direction to select a digital
sound field processing program.
N EFFECT button
Press this button to turn on and off the output from the center
and rear speakers. The sound becomes normal 2-channel
when this function is turned off.
However, this does not apply to Dolby Digital or DTS. The
signals at all channels will be distributed to the main channels
and output from the main speakers, even if the output from the
center and rear speakers are turned off, when Dolby Digital or
DTS is decoded.
O VIDEO AUX terminals
Connect an auxiliary video or audio input source unit such as a
camcorder to these terminals. A video unit with a S video
output terminal can be connected to the S VIDEO terminal to
obtain a high resolution picture. The source can be selected
with the INPUT SELECTOR.
P INPUT MODE button
Press this button to select how input signals are received from
sources that output two or more types of signals. The “AUTO”,
“DTS” and “ANALOG” modes are available. Refer to page 36
for details.
GETTING STARTED
English
Display panel
1
2
3
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
MEMORY
4 5
ENHANCED MOVIE THEATER 12 TV SPORTS
MONO MOVIE
DISCO JAZZ CLUB
ROCK CONCERT CHURCH CONCERT HALL
AUTO
6
7
1
indicators
Either “dts” indicators will be illuminated when the built-in DTS
decoder is turned on.
A red “dts” indicator will be illuminated when playing a compact
disc or laserdisc encoded with DTS.
An orange “dts” indicator will be illuminated when playing a
DVD encoded with DTS.
An orange “dts” indicator may be illuminated when playing a
laserdisc encoded with DTS after a video-CD or DVD on a
DVD/LD combi-player.
STEREO
0 20
89
100
0
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
TAPE/MD
MONITOR
SLEEP
A
B
6 MEMORY indicator
A flashing MEMORY indicator means a station can be saved,
as explained in the following:
Press the MEMORY button. The MEMORY indicator will flash
about 5 seconds. While the indicator is flashing, program the
displayed station to memory by using the A/B/C/D/E and the
preset station number selector buttons.
2 Multi-information display
This display shows the current DSP program and the status of
adjustments and setting changes. Several statuses can be
viewed at one time. The current station frequency and band
(AM or FM) will also appear when the tuner source input mode
is selected.
7 DSP program indicators
The name of the selected DSP program will be illuminated in
the following cases.
• When the tuner is selected as the input source
• When a DSP program parameter is selected or adjusted.
• When the DSP program No. 2, 3 or the subprogram
“Enhanced” of No. 1 is selected.
There is no illumination here when no DSP program is
selected
3 Input source indicators
One of the arrows for these indicators will be illuminated
depending on which source is selected.
8 AUTO indicator
This indicator will be illuminated during the automatic tuning
mode.
4
9 STEREO indicator
This indicator will be illuminated when an FM stereo broadcast
with sufficient signal strength is received.
DIGITAL and
PRO LOGIC indicators
The
DIGITAL indicator will be illuminated when the built-in
Dolby Digital decoder is on and the signals of the source
encoded with Dolby Digital are not 2-channels.
The
PRO LOGIC indicator will be illuminated when the
built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder is on.
5 DSP indicator
This indicator will be illuminated when the built-in digital sound
field processor is on.
0 Signal-level indicator
This indicator shows the signal level of the received station. If
multipath interference is detected, the indication decreases.
A TAPE/MD MONITOR indicator
This indicator will be illuminated when the tape deck (or MD
recorder etc.) connected to the TAPE/MD IN and OUT
terminals on the rear of this unit is selected as the input source
by pressing the TAPE/MD MON/EXT. DECODER button.
B SLEEP indicator
This indicator will be illuminated when the built-in SLEEP timer
is on.
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PREPARATION
Speaker setup
m Setting up your speaker system
This unit has been designed to provide the best sound field
quality with a full five-speaker system setup, using a pair of
main speakers to output main source sounds, a pair of effect
speakers to generate the sound field plus one center speaker
for dialog. We therefore recommend that you use a fivespeaker setup. A four-speaker system using only one pair of
effect speakers for the sound field will still provide impressive
ambience and effects, however, and may be a good way to
begin with this unit. You can always upgrade to the fivespeaker system later.
Use of the center dialog speaker is
recommended
When playing back a source with Dolby Pro Logic decoded, or
playing back a source which contains center-channel signals
with Dolby Digital or DTS decoded, dialog, vocals etc. are
output from the center channel. Therefore, if you want to
maximize the performance of your Audio/Video home theater
system, it is recommended that you use a center channel
speaker.
If, for some reason, it is not practical to use a center speaker, it
is possible to enjoy the movie without it. Best results, however,
are obtained with the full system.
Use of a subwoofer expands your sound
field
It is also possible to further expand your system with the
addition of a subwoofer and amplifier. The use of a subwoofer
is effective not only for reinforcing bass frequencies from any
or all channels, but also for reproducing signals at the
subwoofer channel with high fidelity during playing back a
source with Dolby Digital or DTS decoded. You may wish to
choose the convenience of a Yamaha Active Servo Processing
Subwoofer System, which has its own built-in power amplifier.
m Speakers and speaker placement
Your full five-speaker system will require two speaker pairs:
the MAIN SPEAKERS (your normal stereo speakers) and the
REAR SPEAKERS, plus the CENTER SPEAKER. You may
also be using a SUBWOOFER.
The MAIN SPEAKERS should be high performance models
and have enough power handling capacity to accept the
maximum output of your audio system.
Other speakers do not have to be equal to the MAIN
SPEAKERS. For precise sound localization, however, it is
ideal to use high performance models that can reproduce
sounds in full range for the CENTER SPEAKER and REAR
SPEAKERS.
Place the MAIN SPEAKERS in the ordinary position.
Place the REAR SPEAKERS behind your listening position.
They should be nearly 1.8m above the floor.
Place the CENTER SPEAKER precisely between the two
MAIN SPEAKERS. (To avoid interference, keep the speaker
above or below the television monitor, or use a magnetically
shielded speaker.)
If using a SUBWOOFER, such as a Yamaha Active Servo
Processing Subwoofer System, the position of the speaker is
not so critical because low bass tones are not highly
directional.
Main speaker
Subwoofer
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Center speaker
Rear speaker
PREPARATION
English
m Speaker system configurations
4 Speaker System
5 Speaker System
The recommended system for enjoying Audio/Video
sources.
By the use of a center speaker, center channel sounds (dialog,
vocals etc.) are precisely localized.
1. CENTER SPEAKER—Set to “LRG” or “SML”.
(See page 27.)
Basic system.
You can enjoy widely diffused sound by only adding a pair of
rear speakers to a basic stereo speaker system.
However, center channel sounds must be output from the left
and right main speakers.
1. CENTER SPEAKER—Set to “NONE”. (See page 27.)
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PREPARATION
Connections
Caution: Plug in this unit and other components after all connections are completed.
All connections must be correct, that is to say L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to “+” and “–” to “–”. Also refer to the owner’s manual for
each of your components.
Audio/video source equipment
●
●
Use RCA type pin plug cables for audio/video units with the exception described later.
The output (or input) terminals of YAMAHA audio/video units numbered as 1, 3, 4, etc. on the rear panel must be connected to
the same-numbered terminals of this unit.
m Basic connections
TV monitor
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
LD player, DVD player, etc.
GND
OUTPUT
Turntable
(*1)
(U.S.A. model)
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
MAIN
CENTER
SURROUND
75Ω UNBAL.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
FM
ANT
S VIDEO VIDEO
IN
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
REMOTE
CONTROL
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
GND
AM
ANT
IN
OUT
VCR
DVD/LD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
S VIDEO SIGNAL
PHONO
CD
1
OUT
VCR
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO SIGNAL
IN (PLAY) OUT (REC)
3 TAPE/MD 4 DVD/LD
IN
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
CD player
MD recorder,
Tape deck, etc.
(*1): GND terminal (For turntable use)
Connecting the ground wire of the turntable to the GND
terminal will normally minimize hum, but in some cases
better results may be obtained with the ground wire
disconnected.
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TV/Satellite tuner
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
LINE IN
LINE OUT
OUTPUT
AUDIO SIGNAL
Video cassette
recorder
: Indicates the direction of signals.
PREPARATION
These terminals are used to connect a video input source such
as a camcorder.
English
VIDEO AUX terminals (on the front panel)
PAL/NTSC switch (China and General
models only)
EXTERNAL DEC
GND
MAIN
CENTER
VIDEO AUX
UNBAL.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
SUB
WOOFER
PAL NTSC S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
This unit is designed for use with the NTSC and PAL television
formats. Set this switch to the position for the format your TV
monitor employs.
AUDIO OUT R
R
AUDIO OUT L
L
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO
S VIDEO OUT
S VIDEO
Camcorder
: S-video cable
(Refer to page 18 for details about the S
VIDEO terminal.)
PAL:
Set to this position if your TV monitor employs the PAL
format.
Outputs signals in the PAL format no matter which
format (PAL or NTSC) of video signal is sent from an
external video unit to this unit.
NTSC: Set to this position if your TV monitor employs the
NTSC format.
Outputs signals in the NTSC format no matter which
format (PAL or NTSC) of video signal is sent from an
external video unit to this unit.
Note
Be sure to input a video signal which employs the same format
that your TV monitor employs, otherwise a picture will not be
played back normally.
For Custom Installer (For U.S.A., Canada and Australia models only)
REMOTE CONTROL (IN, OUT) terminals
(U.S.A. model)
These terminals are used for custom installation system.
When this unit is connected to the components for custom
installation system, you can operate this unit with the system
remote control.
Connect the REMOTE CONTROL IN terminal of this unit to
the output terminal of the central controller for custom
installation system.
By connecting the REMOTE CONTROL OUT terminal of this
unit to the REMOTE CONTROL IN terminal of the other
component, you can also operate it with the system remote
control. In this way, up to 6 components can be connected in
series.
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
MAIN
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
CENTER
SURROUND
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
IN
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
SUB
WOOFER
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PREPARATION
m Connecting to digital (OPTICAL and COAXIAL) terminals
To make an optical digital connection between this unit and an
external unit, remove the cover from each optical terminal, and
then connect them by using a commercially available optical
fiber cable that conforms to EIAJ standards. Other cables
might not function correctly.
If your CD player, LD player, DVD player, TV/satellite tuner,
etc. are equipped with coaxial or optical digital audio signal
output terminals, they can be connected to this unit’s COAXIAL
or OPTICAL, or both terminals.
Digital audio signals are transmitted with less loss than analog
audio signals. In addition, digital audio signal connections are
necessary, especially for an LD player, a DVD player or a CD
player to send signals encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS to
this unit.
Even if you connect an audio/video unit to the OPTICAL (or
COAXIAL) terminal of this unit, you must keep the unit
connected with the same named analog audio signal terminals
of this unit, because digital signal cannot be recorded by a tape
deck or VCR connected to this unit. You can switch the
selection of input signals between “digital” and “analog” easily.
(See page 36 for details.)
LD player, DVD player, etc.
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
TV/Satellite tuner
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
OUT
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
MAIN
CENTER
SURROUND
75Ω UNBAL.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
OUT
FM
ANT
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
IN
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
REMOTE
CONTROL
GND
AM
ANT
IN
MONITOR
OUT
IN
DVD/LD
S VIDEO SIGNAL
PHONO
CD
OUT
VCR
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO SIGNAL
IN (PLAY) OUT (REC)
3 TAPE/MD 4 DVD/LD
IN
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
(U.S.A. model)
: Coaxial cable
Notes
● When you connect an audio/video unit to both of the digital
and analog terminals of this unit, make sure to connect to
both terminals of the same name.
● Be sure to attach the covers when the OPTICAL terminals
are not being used, in order to protect the terminals from
dust.
● The DOLBY DIGITAL RF signal output terminal of your
DVD/LD/CD combi-player, etc. cannot be connected directly
to this unit’s DVD/LD COAXIAL terminal.
See page 17 for proper connections to reproduce an LD
source encoded with Dolby Digital.
1
TV/DBS
AUDIO SIGNAL
: Optical fiber cable
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OUT
VCR
DVD/LD
CD player
●
●
In order to make this unit perform successful DTS-decoding,
the DTS bitstream must not be altered, manipulated or
corrupted in the process of sending the DTS bitstream from
the DIGITAL OUT terminal of an external unit to a digital
signal input terminal of this unit.
All digital audio signal input terminals are applicable to the
sampling frequency of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
PREPARATION
English
m Connecting to DOLBY DIGITAL RF output of the DVD/LD/CD combi-player
If your DVD/LD/CD combi-player has a DOLBY DIGITAL RF
signal output terminal, it can be connected to this unit by using
an RF demodulator (separate purchase).
First, connect the DOLBY DIGITAL RF signal output terminal of
the DVD/LD/CD combi-player to the DOLBY DIGITAL RF
signal input terminal of the RF demodulator. Next, connect the
coaxial digital signal output terminal of the RF demodulator to
the COAXIAL digital signal input terminal of this unit.
This connection is necessary for sending audio signals of an
LD source encoded with Dolby Digital to this unit.
It is also necessary to connect the DVD/LD/CD combi-player to
this unit’s analog audio signal input terminals regardless of the
DOLBY DIGITAL RF signal connection.
You must also connect the optical digital signal output terminal
of the DVD/LD/CD combi-player to the OPTICAL DVD/LD
digital signal input terminal of this unit.
This connection is necessary for playing back a DVD source
with Dolby Digital or DTS decoded, and playing back an LD
source with DTS decoded.
When these connections are completed, set the input mode of
the DVD/LD source to “AUTO”, and you will hear sounds
decoded with Dolby Digital even if signals are input to both
COAXIAL and OPTICAL digital signal input terminals of this
unit. This is because signals input to the COAXIAL terminal
take priority over signals input to the OPTICAL terminal.
Refer to page 36 for details about switching the input mode.
Notes
● If, for example, you play a CD on the DVD/LD/CD combiplayer, there is no input to the COAXIAL terminal, so the
signals input to the OPTICAL terminal take priority. In this
case, switch off the RF demodulator to listen to CD sound
without interference. However, if your RF demodulator is the
Yamaha model APD-1, you do not have to switch it off.
● When you want to play an LD source encoded with Dolby
Digital without decoding Dolby Digital, you must switch off
the power of the RF demodulator.
RF demodulator COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
(U.S.A. model)
DOLBY DIGITAL
RF IN
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
MAIN
CENTER
SURROUND
75Ω UNBAL.
DOLBY DIGITAL
RF OUT
DVD/LD/CD combiplayer, etc.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
FM
ANT
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
IN
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
REMOTE
CONTROL
GND
AM
ANT
ANALOG
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
OUT
VCR
DVD/LD
MONITOR
OUT
IN
DVD/LD
S VIDEO SIGNAL
PHONO
CD
1
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO SIGNAL
IN (PLAY) OUT (REC)
3 TAPE/MD 4 DVD/LD
IN
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
AUDIO SIGNAL
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PREPARATION
m Connecting to S VIDEO terminals
Note
If video signals are sent to both S VIDEO input and VIDEO
input terminals, the signals will be sent to their respective
output terminals.
If your monitor has an “S” video input terminal and your video
cassette recorder, LD player, DVD player, etc. also have “S”
video terminals, connect them to this unit’s S VIDEO SIGNAL
terminals as illustrated below. In addition, a video unit which
has an “S” video output can be connected to the VIDEO AUX
S VIDEO terminal on the front of this unit.
With these connections, you can play back or record high
quality pictures. Otherwise, connect the “composite” video
terminals of your monitor, video cassette recorder, LD player,
DVD player, etc. to the “composite” VIDEO SIGNAL terminals
of this unit.
S VIDEO terminals
This unit provides you with S VIDEO terminals in addition
to standard type VIDEO terminals.
S VIDEO terminals transmit video signals separated into
luminance (Y) signals and color (C) signals. In comparison
with S VIDEO terminals, standard type VIDEO terminals
transmit “composite” video signals.
TV monitor
SURROUND
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
S-VIDEO IN
CENTER
75Ω UNBAL.
VIDEO IN
MAIN
VIDEO OUT
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
S-VIDEO IN
(U.S.A. model)
(*1)
FM
ANT
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
IN
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
REMOTE
CONTROL
GND
AM
ANT
MONITOR
OUT
IN
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
PHONO
CD
1
OUT
VCR
IN
IN (PLAY) OUT (REC)
3 TAPE/MD 4 DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
Video cassette recorder
VIDEO OUT
S-VIDEO OUT
AUDIO SIGNAL
: S-video cable
LD player, DVD player, etc.
(*1): ON SCREEN SELECTOR S VIDEO/VIDEO switch
Set this switch to either position to select the TV monitor on
which you want to display the on-screen information.
S VIDEO: The on-screen information is displayed on the TV
monitor connected to the S VIDEO SIGNAL
MONITOR OUT terminal.
VIDEO:
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MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO SIGNAL
The on-screen information is displayed on the TV
monitor connected to the composite VIDEO
SIGNAL MONITOR OUT terminal.
VIDEO IN
OUT
VCR
S VIDEO SIGNAL
S-VIDEO
OUT
IN
DVD/LD
PREPARATION
Notes
● When signals input to these terminals are selected, the
digital sound field processor cannot be used.
● The settings of “1. CENTER SPEAKER,” “2. REAR
SPEAKER”, “3. MAIN SPEAKER” and “4. LFE/BASS OUT”
in the SET MENU mode have no effect on the signals input
to these terminals. The setting of “5. MAIN LEVEL” is
effective. (Refer to pages 27 to 28 for details.)
● The adjustments of the output level of the center speakers,
rear speakers and subwoofer are effective when the signals
input to these terminals are selected as the input source.
(Refer to pages 46 to 47 for details.)
This unit is equipped with additional 6-channel audio signal
input terminals (for left main, right main, center, left rear
surround, right rear surround and subwoofer channels) for
inputting signals from an external decoder of a future format to
this unit.
To listen to a sound by reproducing signals input to these
terminals, press the TAPE/MD MON/EXT. DECODER button
on the front panel repeatedly until “EXT. DECODER” appears
on the display. By doing so, the signals input to these terminals
are sent to the corresponding SPEAKERS terminals and
OUTPUT terminals of this unit.
English
m Connecting an external decoder of a future format to this unit
(U.S.A. model)
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
GND
MAIN
CENTER
SURROUND
75Ω UNBAL.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
OPTICAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
FM
ANT
OUT
IN
OUT
VCR
DVD/LD
MONITOR
OUT
IN
DVD/LD
S VIDEO SIGNAL
PHONO
CD
1
TV/DBS
OUT
VCR
VIDEO SIGNAL
IN (PLAY) OUT (REC)
3 TAPE/MD 4 DVD/LD
IN
TV/DBS
MONITOR
OUT
MAIN OUT
AM
ANT
CENTER OUT
SUB
WOOFER
REMOTE
CONTROL
SURROUND OUT
IN
SUBWOOFER OUT
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
GND
OUT
VCR
AUDIO SIGNAL
External decoder
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PREPARATION
Speakers
Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on the rear of this unit.
Rear speakers
Center speaker
Right
Left
Subwoofer system
CENTER
OUTPUT
MAIN
CENTER
REAR
(SURROUND)
REAR
(SURROUND)
SUB
WOOFER
MAIN
A
B
B
SPEAKERS
Right
Main speakers B
A
CAUTION
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL FOR CORRECT SETTING.
Left
Right
Left
Main speakers A
How to Connect:
Connect the SPEAKERS terminals to your speakers with the wire of the proper gauge (keep as short as possible). If the
connections are faulty, no sound will be heard from the speakers. Make sure that the polarity of the speaker wires is correct. That is
the + and – markings are observed. If these wires are reversed, the sound will be unnatural and lack bass.
Caution
Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other or any metal part of this unit. This could damage this unit or the
speakers, or both.
<U.S.A., Canada, China, Australia and General models
only>
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
Banana Plug connections are also possible. Simply insert the
Banana Plug connector into the corresponding terminal.
2
1
3
20
➀ Loosen the knob.
➁ Insert the bare wire.
[Remove approx. 5mm
(1/4”) insulation from
the speaker wires.]
➂ Tighten the knob and
secure the wire.
PREPARATION
English
Note on main speaker connections:
One or two speaker systems can be connected to this unit. If you
use only one speaker system, connect it to either the
SPEAKERS A or B terminals.
Note on a subwoofer connection:
You may wish to add a subwoofer to reinforce low frequencies or
to output low bass sound from the subwoofer channel when
reproducing discrete signals.
When using a subwoofer, connect the SUBWOOFER terminal of
this unit to the INPUT terminal of the subwoofer amplifier, and
connect the speaker terminals of the subwoofer amplifier to the
subwoofer.
With some subwoofers, including the Yamaha Active Servo
Processing Subwoofer System, the amplifier and subwoofer are
in the same unit. Such a subwoofer needs only the connection
between the SUBWOOFER terminal of this unit and the INPUT
terminal of the subwoofer.
(Refer to page 22 for details about the SUBWOOFER terminal.)
m IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch
WARNING
Do not change the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch
setting while the power to this unit is on, otherwise this
unit may be damaged.
If this unit fails to turn on when the STANDBY/ON switch is
pressed:
The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch may not be set to
either end. If so, set the switch to either end when this unit
is in the standby mode.
Select the position whose requirements your speaker system
meets.
(Upper position)
Rear:
The impedance of each speaker must be 6Ω or
higher.
Center: The impedance of the speaker must be 6Ω or higher.
Main:
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
If you use one pair of main speakers, the impedance
of each speaker must be 4Ω or higher.
If you use two pairs of main speakers, the impedance
of each speaker must be 8Ω or higher.
REAR
(SURROUND)
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
SET BEFORE POWER ON
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B:I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
(Lower position)
Rear:
The impedance of each speaker must be 8Ω or
higher.
AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED
I20V 60Hz
I00W MAX.TOTAL
Center: The impedance of the speaker must be 8Ω or higher.
CAUTION SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL FOR CORRECT SETTING.
Main:
(U.S.A. model)
<Except Canada model>
If you use one pair of main speakers, the impedance
of each speaker must be 8Ω or higher.
If you use two pairs of main speakers, the
impedance of each speaker must be 16Ω or higher.
<For Canada model only>
The impedance of each speaker must be 8Ω or
higher.
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PREPARATION
m To drive main, center and/or rear speakers with external amplifiers
The speaker connections described on page 20 are fine for
most applications. If for some reason, however, you wish to
drive main, center and/or rear speakers with your existing
amplifier, etc., the following terminals are available for
connecting external amplifier(s) to this unit.
3
This terminal is for center channel line output.
If you drive a center speaker with an external power
amplifier, connect the input terminal of the external
amplifier to this terminal.
There is no connection to this terminal when you use the
built-in amplifier.
OUTPUT
MAIN
CENTER
CENTER terminal
REAR
(SURROUND)
4
SUB
WOOFER
1 2
1
3 4
MAIN terminals
These terminals are for main channel line output.
If you drive main speakers with an external stereo power
amplifier, connect the input terminals of the external
amplifier (MAIN IN or AUX terminals of an amplifier or a
receiver) to these terminals.
There is no connection to these terminals when you use
the built-in amplifier.
* Output signals from the MAIN terminals are affected by
the use of BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE controls, BASS
EXTENSION button and the TONE BYPASS button.
2
SUBWOOFER terminal
When using a subwoofer, connect its amplifier input to
this terminal. Low frequencies distributed from the main,
center and/or rear channels are output from this terminal.
(The cut-off frequency of this terminal is 90 Hz.) Signals
of LFE (low frequency effect) generated when Dolby
Digital or DTS is decoded are also output if they are
assigned to this terminal.
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REAR (SURROUND) terminals
These terminals are for rear channel line output.
If you drive rear speakers with an external stereo power
amplifier, connect the input terminals of the external
amplifier (MAIN IN or AUX terminals of an amplifier or a
receiver) to these terminals.
There is no connection to these terminals when you use
the built-in amplifier.
Notes
• Output level of signals from all of these terminals are
adjusted by the use of VOLUME control on the front panel
or VOLUME keys on the remote controller.
• If an external power amplifier is connected to the MAIN,
CENTER, or REAR output terminals, do not use the
corresponding SPEAKERS terminals (MAIN, CENTER, or
REAR).
PREPARATION
English
Antennas
●
●
Each antenna should be connected to the designated terminals correctly, as shown in the following figure.
Both AM and FM indoor antennas are included with this unit. In general, these antennas will probably provide sufficient signal
strength. Nevertheless, a properly installed outdoor antenna will give clearer reception than an indoor one. If you experience poor
reception quality only with the indoor antennas, the use of an outdoor antenna may result in improvement.
Outdoor AM antenna
Indoor FM
antenna
(included)
Outdoor FM antenna
AM loop
antenna
(included)
(U.S.A. model)
GND
75Ω UNBAL.
CD
DVD/LD
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
DIGITAL SIGNAL
FM
ANT
S VIDEO VIDEO
ON SCREEN SELECTOR
75-ohm/300-ohm
antenna adapter
GND
AM
ANT
IN
OUT
VCR
DVD/LD
75-ohm coaxial cable
S VIDEO SIGNAL
PHONO
75-ohm/300-ohm
antenna adapter
300-ohm flat
ribbon cable
CD
1
IN (PLAY)
3 TAPE/MD
Ground
m Connecting the AM loop antenna
1. Press the tab and unlock the terminal hole.
4. Attach the loop antenna to the antenna stand.
Loop antenna
2. Connect the AM loop antenna lead wires to the AM ANT and
GND terminals.
3. Return the tab back to the original position to lock the lead
wires. Lightly pull on the lead wires to confirm a good
connection.
Antenna stand
1
3
5. Orient the AM loop antenna so that the best reception is
obtained.
2
Notes
● The AM loop antenna should be placed apart from the main
unit. The antenna may be hung on a wall.
● The AM loop antenna should be kept connected, even if an
outdoor AM antenna is connected to this unit.
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PREPARATION
m Connecting the indoor FM antenna
Connect the included indoor antenna to the 75Ω UNBAL. FM
ANT terminal.
GND terminal
For maximum safety and minimum interference, connect
the GND terminal to a good ground. A good ground is a
metal stake driven into moist earth.
Note
Do not use an outdoor FM antenna and the indoor FM
antenna at the same time.
m Optional outdoor AM antenna
If this unit is placed in steel buildings or an area far from
broadcasting stations, it may be necessary to install an outside
long wire antenna.
m Optional outdoor FM antenna
Consult your dealer or authorized service center about the best
method of selecting and erecting an outdoor FM antenna.
The choice of the flat ribbon cable is also important. Flat ribbon
cable performs well electrically, and is cheaper and somewhat
easier to handle when routing it through windows and around
rooms. Coaxial cable is more expensive, does a much better
job of minimizing interference, is less prone to the effects of
weather and close-by metal objects, and is nearly as good a
signal conductor as flat ribbon cable. Coaxial cable is
somewhat more difficult to install at the point where the cable
enters the building. If coaxial cable is selected, make sure the
antenna is designed to be used with this type of cable.
* Use a 75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter (not included) or a
75-ohm antenna adapter (not included) for connections.
300-ohm flat ribbon cable
75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter
75-ohm coaxial
cable
300-ohm flat
ribbon cable
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75-ohm coaxial
cable
75-ohm coaxial cable
75-ohm antenna
adapter
Notes for FM antenna installation
● To minimize the influence of automobile ignition noise,
locate the antenna as far from heavy traffic as possible.
● Keep the flat ribbon cable or coaxial cable as short as
possible. Do not bundle or roll up an excess of the cable.
● The antenna should be at least two meters (6.6 feet) from
reinforced concrete walls or metal structures.
PREPARATION
English
Plugging in this unit
• After completing all connections, plug the AC power cord
into an AC outlet.
• Unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet if this unit is
not to be used for a long period of time.
(General model)
REAR
(SURROUND)
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
SET BEFORE POWER ON
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A B:I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
(*2)
AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED
I00W MAX.TOTAL
CAUTION
SEE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL FOR CORRECT SETTING.
(*1)
To AC outlet
(*1):
(*2):
AC OUTLET(S)
Voltage Selector (China and General Models
only)
(U.S.A., Canada, China, Singapore and General models)
.......................................................... 2 SWITCHED OUTLETS
(Australia model).................................. 1 SWITCHED OUTLET
Use these to connect the power cords of your components to
this unit.
The voltage selector on the rear panel of this unit must be
set for your local main voltage BEFORE plugging into the
AC main supply.
Voltages are 110/120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
The power to the SWITCHED outlets is controlled by this unit’s
STANDBY/ON switch or the remote controller’s POWER and
STANDBY keys. These outlets will supply power to any
connected unit whenever this unit is turned on.
The maximum power (total power consumption of components)
that can be connected to the SWITCHED AC OUTLET(S) is
100W.
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PREPARATION
On screen display
If you connect your VCR, LD player, video monitor, etc. to this
unit, you can take advantage of this unit’s capability to display
program titles, parameter data and information for various
setting changes and adjustments on your video monitor
screen. This information will be superimposed over the video
image.
If there is no video source connected or it is turned off, the
information will be displayed over a blue colored background.
Selecting a type of display
You can change the type of display showing various
information on the monitor screen by pressing the ON
SCREEN display key on the remote controller.
Press this key to change the screen to a full or simple display,
or no display at all.
INDEX
DISP
ON SCREEN
(Example)
Full display
Note: The program titles, parameter data and other
information are also displayed on the display panel of this unit.
Simple display
Goes off after being displayed for
several seconds.
Notes
● When making a setting change or adjustment in the SET
MENU mode, or adjusting the speaker balance by using the
test tone, information is fully displayed on the monitor
screen even if another type of display is currently selected.
● Information displayed on the monitor screen in this way
cannot be recorded by a VCR.
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PREPARATION
English
Selecting the output modes (“SET MENU” mode)
The following functions control the output signals to the speakers in your audio system. When speaker connections are all
completed, select a proper position on each function to maximize the performance of your speaker system.
* For details about the SET MENU mode, refer to pages 51 to 54.
1. CENTER SPEAKER
2. REAR SPEAKER
3. MAIN SPEAKER
4. LFE/BASS OUT
5. MAIN LEVEL
m Function description
1. CENTER SPEAKER
2. REAR SPEAKER
Choices: LARGE (LRG)/SMALL (SML)/NONE
Preset position: LRG
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
LRG:
When your center speaker is approximately the same
size as the main speakers.
SML:
When you use a center speaker that is smaller than
the main speakers.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
center channel are output from the SUBWOOFER
terminals (or the main speakers if the MAIN position
is selected on “4. LFE/BASS OUT”).
NONE:
When you do not have a center speaker.
The center channel sound will be output from the left
and right main speakers.
LARGE: If your rear speakers have a high ability for bass
reproduction, or a subwoofer is connected to the rear
speaker in parallel.
In this position, full range signals are output from the
rear speakers.
SMALL: If your rear speakers do not have a high ability for
bass reproduction.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
rear channels are output from the SUBWOOFER
terminals (or the main speakers if the MAIN position
is selected on “4. LFE/BASS OUT”).
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PREPARATION
3. MAIN SPEAKER
5. MAIN LEVEL
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
Choices: Normal (Nrml)/–10dB
Preset position: Nrml
LARGE: If your main speakers have a high ability for bass
reproduction.
In this position, full range signals present at the main
channels are output from the main speakers.
SMALL: If your main speakers do not have a high ability for
bass reproduction. However, if your system does not
include a subwoofer, do not select this position.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
main channels are output from the SUBWOOFER
terminals (if the SW or BOTH position is selected on
“4. LFE/BASS OUT”).
4. LFE/BASS OUT
Choices: SW/MAIN/BOTH
Preset position: SW
MAIN:
If your system does not include a subwoofer.
In this position, full range signals present at the main
channels, signals from the LFE channel and other
low bass signals that are selected on “1. CENTER
SPEAKER” to “3. MAIN SPEAKER” to be distributed
from other channels are output from the main
speakers.
SW/BOTH:
Select either the SW or BOTH position if your system
includes a subwoofer.
In either position, signals at LFE channel and other
low bass signals that are selected on “1. CENTER
SPEAKER” to “3. MAIN SPEAKER” to be distributed
from other channels are output from the
SUBWOOFER terminals.
When the LARGE position is selected on “3. MAIN
SPEAKER”, in the SW position, no signal is
distributed from the main channels to the
SUBWOOFER terminals, however in the BOTH
position, low bass signals from the main channels
are output to both of the main speakers and the
SUBWOOFER terminals.
Note
The settings of “1. CENTER SPEAKER”, “2. REAR
SPEAKER”, “3. MAIN SPEAKER” and “4. LFE/BASS OUT”
have no effect on the signals input to the EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals on the rear of this unit.
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Normal: Normally, select this position.
–10dB:
If the volume levels to the center and/or rear
speakers are lower than the level to the main
speakers even though they are adjusted to
maximum.
The volume level to the main speakers are
decreased by 10 dB, so you can adjust the speaker
output level balance properly.
PREPARATION
English
m Changing selections
Refer to the display panel or the monitor screen when changing the selections.
DSP
2
1
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
1
POWER
CH
STANDBY
ON/OFF
CH
TV
CODE SET
AMP/TUN
MUTE
VOLUME
NATURAL SOUND
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
INDEX
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
STEREO
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
B
A
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
POWER
4
40
PRO LOGIC
DSP
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
VCR REC
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
EDIT
MAN’L/AUTO FM
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
3
2
3
4
/DTS
SURROUND
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
CD
LEVEL
SET
MENU
3
4
5
–dB
FM/AM
1
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
4
5
TUNING
MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
MONO MOVIE
PROGRAM
DVD/LD
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
3
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
3
2
DISCO
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
SELECT
CHURCH
SET UP
RETURN
+100
SUBTITLE
CLEAR
ON/OFF
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
9
TEST
3
2
EFCT
Use one of the buttons figured below to select the
desired position.
AMP/TUN
LEVEL
Remote control
SET
MENU
or
1
DIR
B
2
TV SPORTS
Front panel
STANDBY
DIR
A
3
ENTER
When using the remote controller, the selector dial must be
set at “AMP/TUN”.
Remote control
A/B
MOVIE
THEATER 2
A/B/C/D/E
AMP/TUN
TV INPUT
/
TAPE/MD
TV/DBS
DSP
POWER
TV
ON SCREEN
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
PHONES
DISP
SLEEP
8
DIR
A
SELECT
DIR
B
Turn on the power of this unit. (If necessary, turn on the
power of the monitor to display information.)
Remote control
Front panel
POWER
STANDBY/ON
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
or
Changes.
2
Select the function “1. CENTER SPEAKER” by using
one of the following methods.
Front panel
LEVEL
Remote control
AUDIO
SET
MENU
4
Follow the same procedure for “2. REAR SPEAKER”,
“3. MAIN SPEAKER”, “4. LFE/BASS OUT” and/or
“5. MAIN LEVEL”.
First select the function by following step 2, and then
select the proper position by following step 3.
MENU
SET MENU
AUDIO
MENU
Press once
or more.
SET MENU
or
Press once.
Press once or
more.
DIR
A
DIR
B
SELECT
Press once or
more.
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
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PREPARATION
Speaker balance adjustment
This procedure lets you adjust the sound output level balance between the main, center and rear speakers using the built-in test
tone generator. After the adjustments, the sound output level heard at the listening position will be the same from each speaker.
This is important for the best performance of the digital sound field processor, the Dolby Digital decoder, the Dolby Pro Logic
decoder and the DTS decoder.
The adjustment of each speaker output level should be done at your listening position with the remote controller.
2
4
NATURAL SOUND
POWER
4
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
1
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
l2
28
8
60
2
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
/DTS
SURROUND
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
BASS
0
l
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
SPEAKERS
B
A
2
TREBLE
0
l
l
2
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
BALANCE
0
l
l
3
4
5
4
5
5
2
EDIT
TUNING
MODE
–dB
FM/AM
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
LEVEL
SET
MENU
3
4
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
4
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
7
8
HALL
1
EXT. DEC.
CD
MOVIE
THEATER 1
4
Turn on the power.
Remote control
Front panel
POWER
MONO MOVIE
5
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
DVD/ D
or
Front panel
VCR
BASS
0
l
l
2
2
Front panel
3
4
4
5
l6
5
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
3
3
4
4
L5
5R
Set to the “0” position.
l2
28
TREBLE
0
l
l
2
3
VOLUME
20
7
CLEAR
STANDBY
TUNER
1
9
TEST
+100
ENTER
AMP/TUN
/DTS
SURROUND
6
CHURCH
A/B/C/D/E
STANDBY/ON
AMP/TUN
+10
0
Set the selector dial of the remote controller to
“AMP/TUN”.
POWER
VCR
5
ROCK
5
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
PHONO
3 6
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
PROGRAM
4
L5
TUNER
1
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
MOVIE
THEATER 1
CD
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
8
4
40
6
Front panel
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
60
0
–dB
Set to the “∞” position.
3
ON
Set to the “OFF (
Select main speakers A or B.
Front panel
SPEAKERS
A
OFF
7
)”.
Press the TEST key on the remote controller to enter
the test mode.
B
Remote control
ON
OFF
TEST
+100
CLEAR
* Both speakers A and B can be selected.
CONTINUED
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PREPARATION
CH
TV
CODE SET
NATURAL SOUND
8
MUTE
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
A
STEREO
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
VOLUME
l2
28
PRESET
8
INDEX
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
DISP
SLEEP
2
60
POWER
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
5
TUNING
MODE
5
2
DOWN TUNING
UP
TV
INPUT MODE
VCR REC
LEVEL
VIDEO AUX
SET
MENU
TV INPUT
A/B
/
EFFECT
2
3
3
4
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
DIR
A
9
8
ON SCREEN
–dB
FM/AM
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
English
CH
9
Turn up the volume.
Remote control
10
DIR
B
SELECT
SET UP
RETURN
SUBT T E
ANG E
Adjust the BALANCE control so that the effect sound
output level of the left main speaker and the right main
speaker are the same.
TV
Front panel
CODE SET
BALANCE
0
l
l
MUTE
VOLUME
2
2
3
3
4
4
L5
You will hear a test tone (like pink noise) from the left main
speaker, then the center speaker, then the right main
speaker, then the right rear speaker, and then the left rear
speaker, for about 2.5 seconds each. The display changes
as shown below.
Main (L)
Center
Main (R)
10
5R
Adjust the sound output levels of the center speaker
and the rear speakers so that they become almost
the same as the main speakers.
How to adjust:
Pressing the
or
key adjusts the level to the
speaker (except the main speakers) currently
outputting the test tone.
* Pressing the
key raises and the
key lowers
the level.
* While adjusting, the test tone is fixed on the selected
speaker.
Remote control
Rear (R)
DIR
A
SELECT
DIR
B
Rear (L)
*
The state of the test tone output is also shown on the
monitor screen by an image of the audio listening room.
This is convenient for adjusting each speaker level.
TEST DOLBY SUR.
EFFECT LEVEL
CENTER + 2dB
*
If the function “1. CENTER SPEAKER” in the SET MENU
mode is set in the “NONE” position, you will hear the
center channel test tone from the left and right main
speakers.
If desired, you can select a speaker to output the test
tone by pressing the
or
key once or more so
that “CENTER”, “R SUR.” or “L SUR.” appears on the
display.
* While holding the
or
key pressed, the test
tone is fixed on the selected speaker.
* “CENTER” shows the center speaker is selected,
“R SUR.” shows the right rear speaker, and “L SUR.”
shows the left rear speaker.
* The output level of the selected speaker can be
adjusted by the
or
key.
Remote control
DIR
A
SELECT
DIR
B
CONTINUED
31
PREPARATION
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
11
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
/
11
When the adjustment is finished, press the TEST
key once again to cancel the test tone.
Remote control
TEST
+100
CLEAR
Disappears
32
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
Notes
Once you have completed these adjustments, you can
adjust the sound level on your audio system by using the
VOLUME control (or the VOLUME keys on the remote
controller) only.
● If you use external power amplifiers, you may also use
their volume controls to obtain proper balance.
● If the function “1. CENTER SPEAKER” in the SET MENU
mode is set in the “NONE” position, in step 10, the sound
output level of the center speaker cannot be adjusted.
This is because in this mode, the center sound is
automatically output from the left and right main speakers.
● If there is insufficient sound output from the center and
rear speakers, you may decrease the main speaker
output level by setting the function “5. MAIN LEVEL” in
the SET MENU mode in the “–10dB” position.
●
English
BASIC OPERATION
Playing a source
4
3
1
3
POWER
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
NATURAL SOUND
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
EDIT
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
2
4
5
2
3
4
5
UP
INPUT MODE
/DTS
SURROUND
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
LEVEL
SET
MENU
CD
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
1
3
4
5
DOWN TUNING
2
3
4
5
–dB
FM/AM
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
TUNING
MODE
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MONO MOVIE
L AUDIO R
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
2
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 2
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TAPE/MD
TUNER
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
4
5
CHURCH
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
9
8
TEST
+100
+10
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
When using the remote controller, the selector dial must be
set at “AMP/TUN”.
Remote control
POWER
3
Turn on the power.
Front panel
Remote control
STANDBY
POWER
AMP/TUN
STANDBY/ON
AMP/TUN
or
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
MOVIE
THEATER 1
4
3
2
DISCO
DVD/LD
4
1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
1
MONO MOVIE
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
Front panel
Select an input source.
(For video sources, turn on the TV/monitor.)
The selected source is shown on the display panel and
the monitor screen.
Front panel
Remote control
/DTS
SURROUND
VOLUME
CD
l6
1
20
l2
28
or
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
8
ROCK
PHONO
7
4
40
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
+10
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
2
60
0
–dB
Set to the “∞” position.
2
Select main speakers A or B.
Front panel
SPEAKERS
A
ON
B
OFF
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
Name of the selected input source
To select the tape deck connected to this unit’s
TAPE/MD terminals or the source connected to this
unit’s EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals, use one
of the buttons figured below. (Refer to page 35 for
details.)
Front panel
Remote control
MOVIE
THEATER 2
HALL
TAPE/MD
EXT. DEC.
0
or
3
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
*
Both speakers A and B can be selected.
CONTINUED
33
BASIC OPERATION
/DTS
SURROUND
5
CD
7
1
MONO MOVIE
5
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
NATURAL SOUND
EXT. DEC.
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
0
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
3
4
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
60
V-AUX
8
+10
DSP
DOWN TUNING
UP
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
ON/OFF
INPUT MODE
CH
LEVEL
CH
TV
VIDEO AUX
SET
MENU
EFFECT
PROGRAM
CODE SET
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
MUTE
7
8
VOLUME
8
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
TV
The current input mode is also shown for a source that
inputs two or more types of signals to this unit.
To change the input mode, press the INPUT MODE button
on the front panel or the input selector key for the currently
selected source on the remote controller. (Refer to page 36
for details on switching the input mode.)
Front panel
6
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
5
8
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
–dB
FM/AM
3
4
5
TV/DBS
VCR
2
3
4
5
TUNING
MODE
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
A/B/C/D/E
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
ENTER
8
0
A/B/C/D/E
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
Play the source. (Refer to page 39 for details on
tuning.)
7
Front panel
Remote control
VOLUME
Remote control
l6
20
l2
TV
MONO MOVIE
INPUT MODE
DVD/LD
or
28
8
CODE SET
4
4
40
or
MUTE
VOLUME
2
60
0
–dB
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
Input mode
When you finish using this unit
Press the STANDBY/ON switch on the front panel or the
STANDBY key on the remote controller to enter the standby
mode.
Front panel
Remote control
STANDBY
STANDBY/ON
or
34
Adjust the output level.
8
Adjust the BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE controls, etc.
(refer to page 38) and use the digital sound field
processor. (Refer to pages 43 to 45.)
BASIC OPERATION
Use one of the buttons figured below to make the
corresponding indicator illuminated on the display.
Front panel
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
Press once or more.
TAPE/MD
MONITOR
or
Notes on input source selection
● Note that selecting an input source means that the source
which is connected to the corresponding input terminals on
the rear panel is selected.
* To select the source connected to the VIDEO AUX
terminals on the front panel, select “V-AUX”.
● If you select a video input source without canceling the
source already selected in the way described on the left,
you will see the picture of the video input source and hear
the sound of the source already selected.
● If a different audio source is selected with the input selector
keys on the remote controller while enjoying a video source,
the sound from the newly selected audio source is heard,
but the picture from the video source can still be seen.
● When you select an input source, the DSP program (or the
state of no DSP program is used) which was used when the
same input source was last selected will be automatically
recalled.
● If a nonstandardized source is played back, or the unit
playing back a source is not operating correctly, “INPUT
DATA ERR” appears on the display.
English
To select the tape deck connected to this
unit’s TAPE/MD terminals or the source
connected to this unit’s EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals as the input
source.
Remote control
MOVIE
THEATER 2
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
or
TAPE/MD
3
TAPE/MD
MONITOR
“TAPE MONITOR”:
“EXT. DECODER”:
Lights up for a few seconds just
after you select the tape deck
connected to the TAPE/MD
terminals.
Lights up when the source
connected to the EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals is
selected.
Note
The input source selected in this way has priority over any
other input source already selected. To select another input
source, cancel both of the sources connected to the TAPE/MD
and EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals.
To cancel both of the sources connected to the TAPE/MD
and EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals.
Use one of the buttons figured above to make neither “EXT.
DECODER” nor “TAPE/MD MONITOR” are illuminated on the
display.
35
BASIC OPERATION
m Switching the input mode for the CD, DVD/LD and TV/DBS sources
This unit allows you to switch the input mode for sources that
send two or more types of signals to this unit.
The following three input modes are provided.
AUTO
This mode is automatically selected when you turn on the
power of this unit.
In this mode, input signal is automatically selected by the
following order of priority.
1. Digital signal encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS, or normal
digital input signals (PCM)
2. Analog input signal (ANALOG)
* For a DVD/LD source, if digital signals are input from both
of the OPTICAL and COAXIAL terminals, the digital signal
from the COAXIAL terminal is selected.
DTS
In this mode, only digital input signals encoded with DTS is
selected even though other signals are input at the same time.
ANALOG
In this mode, only analog input signals are selected even
though digital signals are input at the same time.
Select this mode when you want to use analog input signals
instead of digital input signals.
Notes on input mode selection
● The input mode for a TV/DBS source is selected with
function “12. TV/DBS INPUT” in the SET MENU mode.
This unit will be automatically set to the selected input mode
when the power is turned on.
● Set the input mode to the AUTO mode to play a DVD/LD
source encoded with Dolby Digital.
● Select the ANALOG mode to play a normal 2-channel
source with Dolby Surround decoded.
● The sound output may be interrupted in some LD and DVD
players in the following situation:
The input mode is set to AUTO. A search is made while
playing the disc encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS, then
disc playing is restored. The sound output is interrupted for
a moment because the digital input signal was selected
again.
● The input mode cannot be changed for PHONO, TUNER,
TAPE/MD, VCR and VIDEO AUX sources because only
analog signals are used.
● The present input mode appears on the front display and
monitor screen when the input source is changed to
DVD/LD, CD or TV/DBS, or the input mode is changed.
The present input signal is also shown on the monitor
screen when the input mode is changed to AUTO, as shown
below.
* However, the present input signal will not be shown when
the input mode is switched during the speaker test mode.
Only AUTO will be displayed.
Notes on playing a source encoded with DTS
● Select the DTS mode when playing an LD or CD source
encoded with DTS. (Red “dts” indicator is illuminated on
the display panel.) If the “AUTO” mode is selected, a
noise may be heard just after playback begins.
Do not play these sources in the ANALOG mode
because only background noise will be output from the
speakers.
● This unit is automatically locked in the DTS decoding
mode when playing a CD or LD source encoded with
DTS in the AUTO mode to prevent background noise in
future operation. The red “dts” indicator will be flashing.
In this mode, no sound will be heard if a disc with normal
digital signals (PCM) is played from a CD or LD source.
To play back the disc normally, press the INPUT MODE
button on the front panel, or, the input selector key for the
current source on the remote controller.
36
BASIC OPERATION
English
Recording a source to tape (or MD) or dubbing from tape (or MD)
to tape (or MD)
m Recording the playing source to tape (or MD)
4 1
/DTS
SURROUND
2
1
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
NATURAL SOUND
0
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
B
A
STEREO
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
PS
l00
1
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
2
3
4
5
6
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
7
8
2
2
3
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
MEMORY
2
V-AUX
8
+10
TUNING
MODE
EDIT
CH
–dB
FM/AM
5
DOWN TUNING
UP
LEVEL
SET
MENU
CLEAR
EFCT
ON/OFF
CH
TV
INPUT MODE
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
CODE SET
2
PROGRAM
4
L5
9
TEST
+100
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
3
4
CHURCH
2
60
2
3
4
5
JAZZ CLUB
DISC SKIP
PRESET
4
40
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
6
5
8
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
MAN’L/AUTO FM
SPEAKERS
TV/DBS
A/B/C/D/E
l2
0
A/B/C/D/E
PHONES
VCR
DSP
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
4
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
l6
20
28
ROOM 2
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
ENTER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
PRESET
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MUTE
L AUDIO R
VOLUME
INDEX
1
Select the source you want to record.
Front panel
Remote control
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
or
2
1
Play the source and then turn the VOLUME control up
to confirm the input source. (Refer to page 39 for
details on tuning.)
Front panel
Remote control
VOLUME
l6
20
l2
TV
28
8
CODE SET
MUTE
or
4
40
VOLUME
2
60
Notes on recording
The VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE controls, the
BASS EXTENSION button and the settings of DSP have
no effect on the material being recorded.
● Turn off the “TAPE/MD MONITOR” indicator when the
recording is finished by pressing the TAPE/MD MON/EXT.
DECODER button once or more. Also, do not make “EXT.
DECODER” appear on the display.
● Composite video and S video signals pass independently
through this unit’s video circuits. Therefore, when recording or
dubbing video signals, if your video source unit is connected
to provide only a S video (or only a composite video) signal,
you can record only a S video (or only a composite video)
signal on your VCR.
● A source that is connected to this unit between optical or
coaxial digital terminals only cannot be recorded by a tape
deck or VCR connected to this unit.
● A source of signals input to the EXTERNAL DECODER
INPUT terminals of this unit cannot be recorded.
● Please check the copyright laws in your country to record
from records, compact discs, radio, etc. Recording of
copyright material may infringe on copyright laws.
●
0
–dB
3
4
Begin recording to the tape deck (or MD recorder etc.)
or VCR connected to this unit.
If the tape deck (or MD recorder etc.) is used for
recording, you can monitor the sound of recording.
To monitor the sound of recording, light up the
“TAPE/MD MONITOR” indicator on the display by
pressing the TAPE/MD MON/EXT. DECODER button
or TAPE/MD key.
Front panel
If you play back a video source that uses scramble or
encoded signals to prevent it from being dubbed, there may
be a case that display information superimposed on the
picture and/or the picture itself is disturbed due to those
signals.
Remote control
MOVIE
THEATER 2
or
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
TAPE/MD
3
TAPE/MD
MONITOR
37
BASIC OPERATION
Sound control
m Adjusting the BALANCE control
Adjust the balance of the output volume to the left and right
speakers to compensate for sound imbalance caused by
speaker location or listening room conditions.
m Adjusting the BASS and TREBLE
controls
BASS
0
l
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
2
2
3
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
4
2
4
5
2
3
3
4
5
4
5
2
3
3
4
4
L5
5R
Note
This control is effective only for the sound from the main
speakers.
m Using the BASS EXTENSION
button
Press this button inward (ON) to boost the bass frequency
response at the main left and right channels while maintaining
overall tonal balance. This function is effective for reinforcing
the bass frequencies when a subwoofer is not used.
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
ON
BASS
: Turn this knob clockwise to increase (or counterclockwise to decrease) the low frequency
response.
TREBLE : Turn this knob clockwise to increase (or counter
clockwise to decrease) the high frequency response.
Note
These controls are effective only for the sound from the main
speakers.
m Using the TONE BYPASS button
Press this button inward (ON) to bypass the tone (BASS and
TREBLE) control circuitry. This function is used for outputting
pure sound and checking the tone control settings. The tone
control circuitry can be used when this button is released
outward (OFF).
OFF
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
ON
38
5
OFF
BASIC OPERATION
English
Tuning
Basic operation
Quick automatic-search tuning (automatic tuning) is effective when the station signals are strong with no interference. However,
manual tuning can be used during less-than-ideal conditions.
1
2
NATURAL SOUND
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
5
TUNING
MODE
–dB
FM/AM
5
2
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
LEVEL
SET
MENU
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
3
4
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
3 4
m Automatic tuning
1
2
m Manual tuning
1
Select “TUNER” as the input source.
Select the reception band. “FM” or “AM” will be
illuminated.
2
FM/AM
Select “TUNER” as the input source.
Select the reception band. “FM” or “AM” will be
illuminated.
FM/AM
or
3
3
TUNING
MODE
AUTO
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
4
or
Press the “UP” side once to tune in to a higher
frequency.
Press the “DOWN” side once to tune in to a lower
frequency.
DOWN TUNING
TUNING
MODE
Turn the “AUTO”
indicator off.
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
4
Tune to the desired station manually.
DOWN TUNING
UP
UP
* Hold down the button to continue the tuning search.
* Press the button again if the tuning search does not stop at
the correct station.
* Use manual tuning if the tuning search does not stop at the
correct station because the signals are weak.
Note
Manually selecting an FM station will automatically change the
reception to monaural to increase the signal quality.
39
BASIC OPERATION
Preset tuning
m Manual preset tuning
This unit can store station frequencies selected by the tuning operation. With this function, you can recall any desired station only by
selecting the preset station number. Up to 40 stations (8 stations x 5 groups) can be stored.
1
3
2
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
Select “AMP/TUN”
4
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
ROCK
PHONO
NATURAL SOUND
7
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
EXT. DEC.
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
A
STEREO
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
0
8
4
40
POWER
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
5
5
FM/AM
2
DOWN TUNING
UP
AMP/TUN
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
LEVEL
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
INPUT MODE
ON/OFF
VIDEO AUX
SET
MENU
CH
EFFECT
3
4
2, 1
CLEAR
A/B/C/D/E
CH
TV
2
3
TEST
+100
+10
DSP
–dB
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
9
8
ENTER
STANDBY
2
60
0
TUNING
MODE
V-AUX
HALL
VOLUME
CHURCH
JAZZ CLUB
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
CODE SET
2
MUTE
VOLUME
2, 1 4, 2 3
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
INDEX
TAPE/MD
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
3
ON SCREEN
TV
To store stations
1
2
To recall a preset station
1
Tune to a station.
(Refer to the previous page for the tuning procedure.)
Select the group of preset stations.
Remote control
Front panel
Select a group (A – E) of preset stations.
+10
A/B/C/D/E
ENTER
or
A/B/C/D/E
A/B/C/D/E
2
3
Select the preset station number.
Front panel
Remote control
MEMORY
1
MEMORY
2
3
DISC SKIP
PRESET
4
or
MAN’L/AUTO FM
CH
CH
Flashes on and off
for about 5 seconds.
4
Select a preset station number (1 to 8) where you want
to program the station before the “MEMORY” indicator
goes off from the display.
1
2
3
4
5
6
STEREO
AUTO
0 20
7
8
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
100
Shows the displayed station has been programmed to A1.
* In the same way, program other stations to A2, A3 ... A8.
* You can program more stations to the preset station
numbers on other groups in the same way by selecting
other groups in step 2.
40
Notes
A new setting can be programmed in place of the former
one.
• For presets, the setting of the reception mode (stereo or
monaural) is stored along with the station frequency.
•
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the programmed data
from being lost even if this unit is set to the standby mode or
the power plug is disconnected from the AC outlet or the
power is cut due to a temporary power failure. If, however, the
power is cut for more than one week, the memory may be
deleted. If so, it can be re-programmed by simply following
the Preset tuning steps.
BASIC OPERATION
You can make use of an automatic preset tuning function for FM stations. With this function, this unit performs automatic tuning and
stores FM stations with strong signals sequentially. Up to 40 stations are stored automatically in the same way as in the manual
preset tuning method on page 40.
NATURAL SOUND
English
m Automatic preset tuning
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
STEREO
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
B
A
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
2
4
5
5
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
FM/AM
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
LEVEL
SET
MENU
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
3
4
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
2 1
To store stations
1
EDIT
–dB
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
TUNING
MODE
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
3
If you want to store the first received station to the
desired preset station number.
FM/AM
If, for example, you want to store the first received station to
C5, select “C5” by using the A/B/C/D/E button and the preset
station number selector buttons after pressing the MEMORY
button in step 2. Then press the TUNING button. The first
received station is stored to C5, and next stations to C6, C7 ...
sequentially.
If stations are stored up to E8, the automatic preset tuning is
finished automatically.
Press and hold for more than 3 seconds
MEMORY
When the automatic preset tuning is finished
The display shows the frequency of the last preset station.
Check the contents and the number of preset stations by
following the procedure of the section “To recall a preset
station” on page 40.
MAN’L/AUTO FM
To recall a preset station
STEREO
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
Simply follow the procedure of the section “To recall a preset
station” on page 40.
A recalled station is shown by the frequency on the display.
MEMORY
AUTO
0 20
100
Flashes
3
DOWN TUNING
UP
To tune to higher frequencies, press the “UP” side once.
To tune to lower frequencies, press the “DOWN” side once.
* If the TUNING button is not pressed, in a while, the
automatic preset tuning begins automatically toward higher
frequencies.
Notes
● You can replace a preset station by another FM or AM
station manually by simply following the procedure of the
section “To store stations” on page 40.
● If the number of received stations is not enough to be stored
up to E8, the search will be finished automatically after
searching all frequencies.
● With this function, only FM stations with sufficient signal
strength are stored automatically. If the station you want to
program is weak in signal strength, tune to it in monaural
manually and program it by following the procedure of the
section “To store stations” on page 40.
The automatic preset tuning begins from the frequency
currently displayed. Received stations are programmed to
A1, A2 ... A8 sequentially.
* If more than 8 stations are received, they are also
programmed to the preset station numbers on other groups
(B, C, D and E) in that order.
41
BASIC OPERATION
m Exchanging preset stations
You can exchange the places of two preset stations with each other as shown below.
NATURAL SOUND
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
DSP
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
5
5
TUNING
MODE
2
–dB
FM/AM
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
LEVEL
SET
MENU
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
3
4
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
2, 4
Example)
If you want to exchange the preset stations on E1 and A5 with
each other.
1
Recall the preset station on E1 (by following the
method of “To recall a preset station” on page 40).
4
EDIT
2
EDIT
MEMORY
Flashes.
3
Recall the preset station on A5 by following the same
method with step 1.
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
MEMORY
0 20
100
MEMORY
Shows the exchange of stations is completed.
Flashes.
42
BASIC OPERATION
English
Using digital sound field processor (DSP)
This unit incorporates a sophisticated, multi-program digital sound field processor. The processor allows you to electronically expand
and change the shape of the audio sound field from both audio and video sources, creating a theater-like experience in your
listening room. You can create an excellent audio sound field by selecting a suitable sound field program (this will, of course, depend
on what you will be listening to), and adding desired adjustments.
In addition, this unit incorporates a Dolby Digital decoder and a Dolby Pro Logic decoder for multi-channel sound reproduction of
sources encoded with Dolby Surround, and a DTS decoder for multi-channel sound reproduction of sources encoded with DTS. The
operation of these decoders can be controlled by selecting a corresponding DSP program including a combined operation of
YAMAHA DSP and the Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic or DTS decoder.
This unit has 10 programs for digital sound field processing; 5 programs for Audio sources and 5 programs for Audio/Video sources.
In addition, some programs have two subprograms. All programs contain parameters that can be adjusted to the listener’s taste.
For details about digital sound field programs, refer to pages 48 to 50.
Playing a source with an effect of the digital sound field processor (DSP)
MOVIE
THEATER 1
CD
TUNER
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
B
ROOM 2 CONTROL
A
STEREO
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
HALL
l2
EXT. DEC.
8
0
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
EDIT
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
2
TUNING
MODE
2
60
2
–dB
FM/AM
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
LEVEL
SET
MENU
3
4
+10
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
VIDEO AUX
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
ON/OFF
EFFECT
2
3
6
CHURCH
ENTER
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
0
A/B/C/D/E
8
l6
20
28
PRESET
VCR
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
7
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
PHONO
NATURAL SOUND
TAPE/MD
2
CH
PROGRAM
CH
TV
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
2
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
ON SCREEN
TV
1
Follow steps 1 to 7 shown in “Playing a source” on pages 33 to 34.
2
When operating on the front panel:
If no program name is illuminated on
the display panel, press the EFFECT
button to turn on the digital sound field
processor so that a name of a DSP
program appears on the display panel
and the monitor screen.
When operating on the remote controller:
When the selector dial is set at a position other
than DSP:
The indicator lights up for
about 3 seconds.
POWER
DSP
STANDBY
When the selector dial is set
at DSP:
Go on to the next step.
DSP
POWER
AMP/TUN
STANDBY
DSP
EFFECT
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
DVD/LD
TV/DBS
V-AUX
VCR
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
* Do the next operation while the indicator is
illuminated. If the indicator goes off before you
do the next operation, press the DSP key
again.
CONTINUED
43
BASIC OPERATION
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
NATURAL SOUND
MONO MOVIE
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
l6
20
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
B
A
STEREO
dB
ms
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
l2
28
8
60
2
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
DVD/LD
3
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
5
TUNING
MODE
5
2
HALL
–dB
FM/AM
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
EXT. DEC.
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
4
EDIT
LEVEL
0
VIDEO AUX
SET
MENU
EFFECT
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
2
3
3
4
A/B/C/D/E
PROGRAM
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
DSP
L AUDIO R
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
TV
CH
CODE SET
3
3
MUTE
VOLUME
Select a program that is suitable for the source.
When operating on the front panel:
When operating on the remote controller:
a)
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
PROGRAM
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
Press once or more.
* Press “0” to select the program No. 10.
b) For the programs No. 1, 2 and 3 only, you can select
the desired subprogram by pressing the
corresponding DSP program selector key once or
more.
The name of the selected program appears on the display panel and the monitor screen.
Program name
●
●
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
DSP
4
DVD/LD
DSP
MOVIE THEATER 1
Subprogram name
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
Program name
Adjust the output level of each speaker. (For details, refer to the corresponding descriptions on pages 46 and 47.)
You can create your own sound field taste. (For details, refer to pages 55 to 59.)
Notes
● Program selection can be made to individual input sources. Once you select a program, it is linked with the input source selected
at this time. So, when you select the same input source the next time, the same program will be automatically recalled.
● If you prefer to cancel the DSP, press the EFFECT button. The sound will be the normal 2-channel stereo without surround
sound effect.
● When a monaural sound source is played with the program PRO LOGIC (Normal/Enhanced), a proper effect will not be
obtained. Moreover, sound may become unnatural depending on the settings of the speaker output modes (1. CENTER
SPEAKER to 4. LFE/BASS OUT) in the SET MENU mode.
● When this unit’s Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby Digital decoder or DTS decoder is used, if the main-source sound is
considerably altered by overadjustment of the BASS or TREBLE control, the relationship between the center and rear channels
may produce an unnatural effect.
● When a source of signals input to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals of this unit is selected, the DSP cannot be used
and the EFFECT button also will not function.
44
BASIC OPERATION
Note
If you change the LD (or CD) being played back with DTS
decoded to another disc not encoded with DTS when the red
“dts” indicator is illuminated, playing back the newly selected
disc will output no sound. In this state, the red “dts” indicator
flashes to show that this unit is locked in the DTS-decoding
mode.
To play back the disc normally, change the current DTSdecoding mode to another mode by pressing an input selector
key on the remote controller or the INPUT MODE button on
the front panel so that the red “dts” indicator turns off.
When you select the program No. 1, 2 or 3, and the input
signal of the source is 2-channel stereo, Dolby Surround is
decoded. When some program is selected and the input signal of
the source is encoded with Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital is
automatically decoded.
When some program is selected and the input signal of the
source is encoded with DTS, DTS is automatically decoded.
The following indicators on the display panel show you what
sound processing is being made.
1
2
English
m To enjoy a video source encoded
with Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital
or DTS
m To cancel the effect sound
The EFFECT button on the front panel or the EFCT ON/OFF key
on the remote controller make it simple to compare the normal
stereo sound with the fully processed effect sound.
3
DIGITAL
4
5
PRO LOGIC
DSP
DIGITAL SOURCE
AC 3 DTS PCM
To cancel the effect sound and monitor only the main sound,
press the EFCT ON/OFF key or the EFFECT button. Press the
EFCT ON/OFF key or the EFFECT button a second time to
restore the effect sound.
Front panel
1 Lights up when a DVD source encoded with DTS is played
back and DTS is decoded.
2 Lights up when an LD source or a CD source encoded with
DTS is played back and DTS is decoded.
3 Lights up when Dolby Digital is being decoded and the
signals of selected source encoded with Dolby Digital is
not in 2-channels.
4 Lights up when Dolby Surround is being decoded.
5 Lights up when Digital Sound Field Processor is turned
on.
The display panel or the monitor screen will show the selected
subprogram according to the type of the decoding.
Notes
Dolby Digital will not be decoded if the source that is not
encoded with Dolby Digital.
DTS will not be decoded if the source that is not encoded
with DTS.
●
●
Remote control
EFFECT
EFCT
or
ON/OFF
Notes
● If the effect sound is canceled when signals encoded with
Dolby Digital or DTS are input to this unit, signals of all
channels are mixed and are output from the main speakers.
●
If the EFFECT button or the EFCT ON/OFF key is pressed to
turn effect sounds off when Dolby Digital or DTS is decoded, it
may happen that sound is output faintly or not output normally
depending on a source. In that case, press the EFFECT
button or the EFCT ON/OFF key to turn effect sounds ON, or
use input signals not encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS.
If the input signals of source encoded with Dolby Digital
are in 2-channels only, the sound processing for them is
similar to that for analog or PCM audio signals.
45
BASIC OPERATION
Adjusting output level of the center, right rear, left rear speakers and
subwoofer
You can adjust the sound output level of the each speaker
even if the output level is already set in “Speaker balance
adjustment” on pages 30 to 32.
CENTER
46
(Center speaker output level)
R SUR.
(Right rear speaker output level)
L SUR.
(Left rear speaker output level)
SWFR
(Subwoofer output level)
Speakers
Control range (dB)
Preset value
CENTER
RIGHT SURROUND (R SUR.)
LEFT SURROUND (L SUR.)
SUBWOOFER (SWFR)
MIN, –20 to +10
MIN, –20 to +10
MIN, –20 to +10
MIN, –20 to 0
0
0
0
0
BASIC OPERATION
English
m Method of adjustment
Select “AMP/TUN.”
POWER
NATURAL SOUND
VCR REC
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
POWER
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
kHz
MHz
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
B
A
STEREO
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
4
AMP/TUN
PRO LOGIC
DSP
STANDBY
8
40
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TV
/
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
2
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
l
B
A
3
4
4
5
5
2
3
4
4
5
5
TUNING
MODE
–dB
FM/AM
2
DOWN TUNING
UP
DIR
A
INPUT MODE
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
2
3
EDIT
LEVEL
SET
MENU
3
4
PROGRAM
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L AUDIO R
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
1 2
1
SELECT
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
DVD/LD
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
1
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
1
Select the speaker(s) whose level you want to adjust by using one of the following methods.
When operating on the front panel:
When operating on the Remote controller:
ON/OFF
TITLE
LEVEL
SET
MENU
ON/OFF
Press once.
LEVEL
TITLE
LEVEL
Press once
or more.
Press once
or more.
DIR
A
SELECT
DIR
B
Press once
or more.
Press a button repeatedly until the name of the desired speaker(s) appears on the display.
2
Adjust the level on the selected speaker(s).
LEVEL
SET
MENU
DIR
A
3
DIR
B
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to make adjustments on the other speaker(s).
Notes
● If the function “1. CENTER SPEAKER” in the SET MENU
mode is set in the “NONE” position, the sound output level
of the center speaker cannot be adjusted. This is because
in this mode, the center sound is automatically output from
the left and right main speakers.
●
SELECT
Once the output level is adjusted, the level value will be the
same in all the digital sound field programs.
●
The value of each speaker output level you set the last time
will remain memorized even when this unit is in the standby
mode.
However, if the power cord is disconnected for more than
one week, these values will be automatically changed to the
factory default settings.
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BASIC OPERATION
Brief overview of digital sound field programs
The following list gives you a brief description of the sound fields produced by each of the DSP programs. Keep in mind that most of
these are precise digital recreations of actual acoustic environments. The data for these sound fields were recorded at actual
locations using sophisticated sound field measurement equipment.
Note
The channel level balance between the left and right rear effect speakers may vary depending on the sound field you are
listening in. This is due to the fact that most of these sound field recreations are actual acoustic environments.
m Program No. 1 to 5: CINEMA-DSP programs (for Audio/Video sources)
●
These programs use the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, the Dolby Digital decoder or the DTS decoder.
●
Speaker output: main, center, rear
Note: If the “NONE” position is selected on “1. CENTER SPEAKER” in the SET MENU mode, no sound is output from
the center speaker(s).
●
Program No. 1 is for reproducing video discs, video tapes and similar sources which are encoded with Dolby Surround (bearing
the “DOLBY SURROUND” or “DOLBY DIGITAL” logo) or encoded with DTS (bearing the “dts” logo).
No.
1
PROGRAM
/DTS
SURROUND
SUBPROGRAM (TYPE)
FEATURE
PRO LOGIC/Normal ( PRO LOGIC )
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
The built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder, the Dolby Digital
decoder or the DTS decoder precisely reproduces sounds
and sound effects of a source encoded with Dolby
Surround or DTS. The realization of a highly efficient
decoding process improves crosstalk and channel
separation and makes sound positioning smoother and
more precise.
DIGITAL )
DOLBY DIGITAL/Normal (
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
DTS DIGITAL SUR/Normal (
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
PRO LOGIC/Enhanced
DSP
( PRO LOGIC
)
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
DOLBY DIGITAL/Enhanced
DSP
DIGITAL
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
DTS DIGITAL SUR/Enhanced
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
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Ideally simulates the multi-surround speaker systems of
the newest film theater. The digital sound field processing
and the Dolby Surround decoding or the DTS decoding
are precisely performed without altering the originally
designed sound orientation. The surround effects
produced by this sound field fold the viewer naturally from
the rear to the left and right and toward the screen.
BASIC OPERATION
Program No. 2 to 3 are suitable for reproducing video discs, video tapes and similar sources which are encoded with Dolby
Surround (bearing the “DOLBY SURROUND” or “DOLBY DIGITAL” logo) or encoded with DTS (bearing the “dts” logo).
No.
2
PROGRAM
MOVIE
THEATER 1
SUBPROGRAM (TYPE)
70 mm Spectacle
DSP
( PRO LOGIC
)
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
English
●
FEATURE
Creates the extremely wide sound field of a movie
theater. It precisely reproduces the source sound in
detail, giving both the video and the sound field
incredible reality. Any kind of video sources encoded
with Dolby Surround or DTS (especially large-scale
movie productions) are ideal for use with this program.
DGTL Spectacle
DIGITAL
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
DTS Spectacle
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
70 mm Sci-Fi
DSP
( PRO LOGIC
)
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
DGTL Sci-Fi
DIGITAL
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
Clearly reproduces dialog and sound effects in the latest
sound design of science fiction films, thus creating a
broad and expansive cinematic space amid the silence.
You can enjoy science fiction films in a virtual-space
sound field that includes Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital
and DTS-encoded software employing the most
advanced techniques.
DTS Sci-Fi
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
3
MOVIE
THEATER 2
70 mm Adventure
DSP
( PRO LOGIC
)
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
DGTL Adventure
DIGITAL
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
DTS Adventure
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
70 mm General
DSP
( PRO LOGIC
)
Functions when the input signal is analog
or PCM audio or encoded with Dolby
Digital in 2 channels.
DGTL General
DIGITAL
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with Dolby Digital not in 2 channels.
Ideal for precisely reproducing the sound design of the
newest multi-track films. The sound field is made to be
similar to that of the newest movie theaters, so the
reverberations of the sound field itself are restrained as
much as possible. The data of the sound field of an
opera house are used for the front presence side, so the
three dimensional feeling of the sound field is
emphasized, and dialog is precisely oriented on the
screen. By using the data of the sound field of a concert
hall on the rear surround side, powerful reverberations
are generated. You can enjoy watching action, adventure
movies, etc. with much presence.
This program is for reproducing sounds on a multi-track
film, and characterized by a soft and extensive sound
field. The front presence side of the sound field is
relatively narrow. It spatially spreads all around and
toward the screen, restraining echo effect of
conversations without losing clarity. For the surround
side, the harmony of music or chorus sounds beautifully
in a wide space at the rear of the sound field.
DTS General
DSP
(
)
Functions when the input signal is encoded
with DTS.
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BASIC OPERATION
●
For program No. 4 and 5 only, indicators light up as follows.
DSP
When the input signal is analog or PCM audio: (
)
When the input signal is encoded with the Dolby Digital (not in 2 channels): (
DSP
When the input signal is encoded with the DTS: (
)
PROGRAM
No.
DIGITAL
DSP
)
FEATURE
4
MONO MOVIE
This program is designed specifically to enhance mono
source programs. Compared to a strictly mono setting, the
sound image created in this mode is wider and slightly
forward of the speaker pair, lending an immediacy to the
overall sound. It is particularly effective when used with old
mono movies, news broadcasts and dialog.
5
TV SPORTS
This program is furnished with a tight sound field in which the
sound will not spread excessively on the front side, but the rear
surround side produces a dynamic sound expansion. This
program is the most suitable for sports programs.
m Program No. 6 to 10: Hi-Fi DSP programs (for audio sources)
Speaker output: main, rear (
)
PROGRAM
No.
50
DSP
FEATURE
6
DISCO
This program recreates the acoustic environment of a lively
disco in the heart of a very lively city. The sound is dense and
highly concentrated. It is also characterized by a high-energy,
“immediate” sound.
7
ROCK CONCERT
This program is ideally suited for rock music. You will
experience a very dynamic or lively sound field.
8
JAZZ CLUB
This is a small, cozy jazz club with a low ceiling. The sound is
very close and intimate.
9
CHURCH
This program recreates the acoustic environment of a big
church with a high pointed dome and columns along the sides.
This interior produces very long reverberations.
10
CONCERT HALL
In this program, the center will appear to be deep behind the
main speakers, creating an expansive large hall ambience.
Orchestra and opera music are suited for this sound field.
“SET MENU” mode
The following 13 functions maximize the performance of your system and increase the enjoyment of audio listening and video watching.
6. DOLBY DGTL SET
LFE LEVEL
7. DOLBY DGTL SET
DYNAMIC RANGE
8. DTS SET
LFE LEVEL
1. CENTER SPEAKER
2. REAR SPEAKER
3. MAIN SPEAKER
4. LFE/BASS OUT
5. MAIN LEVEL
English
ADVANCED FEATURES
19. CENTER DELAY
10. PARAMETER INI
11. MEMORY GUARD
12. TV/DBS INPUT
13. DIMMER
m Changes and adjustments
Select “AMP/TUN” or “DSP”.
POWER
NATURAL SOUND
CINEMA DSP
AV RECEIVER
VCR REC
VOLUME
INPUT SELECTOR
l6
20
l2
28
PRESET
ROOM 2
AM
FM
STANDBY/ON
TAPE 2 MONITOR
MEMORY
AUTO TUNING
SPEAKERS SPEAKERS
ROOM 2 CONTROL
DIGITAL
ENHANCED
70 mm
kHz
MHz
B
A
STEREO
DIGITAL
NORMAL WIDEPHANTOM
20 40 60
0
dB
ms
PS
l00
PTY
RT
CT
DSP
POWER
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
STANDBY
8
4
40
PRO LOGIC
AUTO SLEEP
PCM AC—3
PTY HOLD EON NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
TAPE/MD MON
/EXT. DECODER
AMP/TUN
2
60
0
A/B/C/D/E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MEMORY
MAN’L/AUTO FM
PHONES
SPEAKERS
BASS
0
l
l
BASS
TONE
EXTENSION BYPASS
B
A
2
2
3
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TREBLE
0
l
l
3
4
4
5
5
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
EDIT
TUNING
MODE
–dB
FM/AM
2
DOWN TUNING
UP
INPUT MODE
2
AUTO/MAN’L MONO
BALANCE
0
l
l
LEVEL
SET
MENU
VIDEO AUX
EFFECT
2
3
3
4
PROGRAM
DIR
A
4
L5
5R
S VIDEO
VIDEO
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
L AUDIO R
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
2 1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
ON/OFF
3
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
1
1
● Refer to the information in the display panel or monitor screen during operation. The monitor power must be turned on to display
information on the monitor.
● When using the remote controller, the selector dial must be set at “AMP/TUN” or “DSP”.
1
To make changes, select the applicable function by using one of the following methods.
When operating on the front panel:
When operating on the Remote controller:
AUDIO
MENU
LEVEL
SET
MENU
AUDIO
Press once.
SET MENU
MENU
SET MENU
Press once or more.
Press once
or more.
DIR
A
2
Press once
or more.
Select the desired position or edit parameter for the function by using the following keys.
LEVEL
SET
MENU
DIR
A
3
SELECT
DIR
B
SELECT
DIR
B
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to change a setting or adjust for another function.
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ADVANCED FEATURES
m Function description
1. CENTER SPEAKER
2. REAR SPEAKER
3. MAIN SPEAKER
4. LFE/BASS OUT
5. MAIN LEVEL
(Selecting the output modes suitable for your speaker system)
Refer to pages 27 to 29 for details. (Once you have selected proper modes, you do not have to make a setting change, unless your
speaker system is modified.)
6. DOLBY DGTL SET
LFE LEVEL [Adjusting the output level at the LFE (low frequency effect) channel]
●
Control range: –20 dB to 0 dB
Preset value: 0 dB
●
This adjustment is effective only when Dolby Digital is
decoded and the signals of the selected source encoded
with Dolby Digital contain LFE signals.
Adjusts the output level at the LFE (low frequency effect)
channel. If the LFE signals are mixed with signals of other
channels and they are output from the same speakers, the ratio
of LFE signals to other signals can be adjusted. (Refer to page 5
for details about the LFE channel.)
7. DOLBY DGTL SET
DYNAMIC RANGE (Adjusting dynamic range)
●
Choices: MAX/STD/MIN
Preset position: MAX
●
This adjustment is effective only when Dolby Digital is
decoded.
“Dynamic range” is the difference between the maximum level
and the minimum level of sounds. Sounds on a movie
originally designed for movie theaters feature very wide
dynamic range.
Dolby Digital technology can bring the original sound track into
a home audio format with this wide dynamic range unchanged.
Powerful sounds of extremely wide dynamic range are not
always suitable for home use. Depending upon the condition of
your listening environment, it may not be possible to increase
the sound output level as high as a movie theater. However, in
a level suitable for listening in your room, the low level parts of
source sound cannot be heard well because they will be lost
among noises in your environment.
Dolby Digital technology also made it possible to reduce an
original sound track’s dynamic range for a home audio format
by “compressing” the data of sound.
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MAX:
In this position, a source encoded with Dolby Digital
is reproduced in the original sound track’s wide
dynamic range providing you with powerful sounds
like a movie theater.
Selecting this position will be more ideal if you can
listen to a source in a high output level in a room
specially soundproofed for audio/video enjoyment.
STD (Standard):
In this position, a source encoded with Dolby Digital
is reproduced in the “compressed” dynamic range of
the source suitable for low level listening.
MIN:
In this position, dynamic range is more reduced than
in the STD position. Selecting this position will be
effective when you must listen to a source in an
extremely low level.
* In this position, it may happen that sound is output
faintly or not output normally depending on a
source. In that case, select the MAX or STD
position.
ADVANCED FEATURES
●
Control range: –10 dB to 10 dB
Preset value: 0 dB
●
This adjustment is effective only when DTS is decoded and
the signals of the selected source encoded with DTS
contain LFE signals.
English
8. DTS SET
LFE LEVEL [Adjusting the output level at the LFE (low frequency effect) channel]
Adjusts the output level at the LFE (low frequency effect)
channel. If the LFE signals are mixed with signals of other
channels and they are output from the same speakers, the ratio
of LFE signals to other signals can be adjusted. (Refer to page 5
for details about the LFE channel.)
9. CENTER DELAY [Adjusting the delay of center sounds (dialog etc.)]
●
Control range: 0 ms to 5 ms (in 1 ms step)
Preset value: 0 ms
●
This adjustment is effective only when Dolby Digital or
DTS is decoded and the signals of the selected source
encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS contain center
channel signals.
Adjusts the delay between the main sounds (at the main
channels) and dialog etc. (at the center channel).
The larger the value, the later the dialog etc. is generated.
In your audio system, the distance from the center speaker to
your listening position may be shorter than the distance from
the left or right main speaker to your listening position. In that
case, sounds from the left main, center and right main
speakers can reach your listening position at the same time by
delaying the sound from the center speaker.
10. PARAMETER INI (Initializing parameters on a DSP program)
You can initialize all parameter settings on a DSP program.
Note that some DSP programs have two subprograms; all
parameters on both subprograms are initialized by this
operation.
Initializing method
Use the remote controller for the operation.
A program number whose parameters has been changed is
marked with “ ”. First press the DSP key, and then press a
DSP program selector key which corresponds to the program
number whose parameters you want to initialize. When
initialized, the “ ” mark will disappear.
*
*
Note
When the selector dial of the remote controller is set at “DSP”,
simply press the corresponding DSP program selector key.
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ADVANCED FEATURES
11. MEMORY GUARD (Locking DSP parameters and other adjustments)
If you wish to prevent accidental alteration to DSP parameters
and other adjustments on this unit, select “ON”. In this position,
they are locked and cannot be changed. The following
functions on this unit can be locked by this operation.
•
•
•
•
•
DSP parameters
Other functions in the “SET MENU” mode
ON SCREEN display key
LEVEL key
TEST key
12. TV/DBS INPUT (Selecting the initial input mode of the source connected to the
TV/DBS input terminals)
For the source connected to the TV/DBS input terminals of this
unit, you can designate the input mode that is automatically
selected when the power of this unit is switched on.
AUTO: In this position, the AUTO input mode is always
selected when the power of this unit is switched on.
LAST: In this position, the input mode you have selected the
last time is memorized and will not be changed even if
the power of this unit is switched off.
* Refer to page 36 for details about switching the input mode.
13. DIMMER (Changing brightness of the display panel)
You can adjust the brightness of the display panel in five
degree increments.
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ADVANCED FEATURES
English
Creating your own sound fields
What is a sound field?
In order to explain the impressive functions of the DSP, we
need to first understand what a sound field really is.
What really creates the rich, full tones of a live instrument are
the multiple reflections from the walls of the room. In addition
to making the sound “live”, these reflections enable us to tell
where the player is situated, and the size and shape of the
room in which we are sitting. We can even tell whether it is
highly reflective with steel and glass surfaces, or more
absorbent with wood panels, carpeting and curtains.
The elements of a sound field
In any environment, in addition to the direct sound coming
straight to our ears from the player’s instrument, there are two
distinct types of sound reflections that combine to make up the
sound field:
(1) Early Reflections.
Reflected sounds reach our ears extremely rapidly
(50 ms — 100 ms after the direct sound), after reflecting
from one surface only—for example, from the ceiling or a
wall. These reflections fall into specific patterns as shown
in the diagram on page 57 for any particular environment,
and provide vital information to our ears. Early reflections
actually add clarity to the direct sound.
(2) Reverberations.
These are caused by reflections from more than one
surface—walls, ceiling, the back of the room—so
numerous that they merge together to form a continuous
sonic “afterglow”. They are non-directional, and lessen the
clarity of the direct sound.
Direct sound, early reflections and subsequent reverberation
taken together help us to determine the subjective size and
shape of the room, and it is this information that the DSP
reproduces in order to create sound fields.
DSP programs consist of some parameters to determine
apparent room size, reverberation time, distance from you to
the performer, etc. In each program, these parameters are
preset with values precisely calculated by Yamaha to create
the sound field unique for the program. It is recommended to
use DSP programs without changing values of parameters,
however, this unit also allows you to create your own sound
fields. Starting with one of the built-in programs, you can adjust
those parameters. Even if the power cord of this unit is
disconnected from the AC outlet, your custom sound fields will
remain in the DSP’s memory for about one week. The
following page details how to make your own sound fields.
Each DSP program has a set of parameters that allow you to
change the characteristics of the acoustic environment to
precisely create the effect you want. For the programs which
have subprograms, each subprogram has a set of parameters.
These parameters correspond to the many natural acoustic
factors that create the sound field you experience in an actual
concert hall or other listening environment. The size of the
room, for example, affects the length of time between the
“early reflections”—that is, the first few widely spaced
reflections you hear after the direct sound. The “ROOM SIZE”
parameter provided in many of the DSP programs alters the
timing between these reflections, thus changing the shape of
the “room” you hear. In addition to room size, the shape of the
room and the characteristics of its surfaces have a significant
effect on the final sound. Surfaces that absorb sound, for
example, cause the reflections and reverberations to die out
quicker, while highly reflective surfaces allow the reflections to
carry on for a longer period of time. The DSP parameters allow
you to control these and many other factors that contribute to
your personal sound field, allowing you to essentially
“redesign” the concert halls, theaters, etc. provided to create
custom-tailored listening environments that ideally match your
mood and music.
Refer to “Descriptions of the digital sound field parameters” on
pages 57 to 59 for a description of what each parameter does,
how it effects the sound, and its control range.
If you could create the appropriate early reflections and
subsequent reverberations in your listening room, you would
be able to create your own listening environment. The
acoustics in your room could be changed to those of a concert
hall, a dance floor, or virtually any size room at all. This ability
to create sound fields at will is exactly what Yamaha has done
with the DSP.
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ADVANCED FEATURES
m Selecting and editing program parameters
This adjustment can be made only by using the remote controller
and watching the monitor screen or the display panel.
INDEX
CD
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
4
VCR
POWER
3
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
PHONO
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
7
8
HALL
EXT. DEC.
+10
2
TV INPUT
A/B
/
6
5
ROCK
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
1
Note
Information on the monitor screen would be
easier to see than the display panel.
DISP
SLEEP
/DTS
SURROUND
CHURCH
DIR
A
9
TEST
SELECT
DIR
B
4, 5
+100
CLEAR
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ENTER
3
1
Set the selector dial of the remote controller to “DSP” or
“AMP/TUN”.
POWER
DSP or AMP/TUN
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
DISC SKIP
PRESET
4
EFCT
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
Select the parameter which you want to edit.
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
DIR
A
2
Turn on your monitor. If the currently selected type of
display is not the full display, press the ON SCREEN
display key and select the full display.
5
SELECT
DIR
B
Change the value on the selected parameter to create
the effect you want.
INDEX
DISP
ON SCREEN
DIR
A
3
Select the desired program (or subprogram) by following
the steps 2 and 3 of “Playing a source with an effect
of the digital sound field processor (DSP)” on pages
43 and 44.
DSP
AMP/TUN
DSP
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
DIR
B
“ ” increases the value of the selected parameter, and
“
” decreases the value of the selected parameter. In both
cases you can hold the key down to quickly move to the
desired value.
The display will pause for a moment at the initial set value of
the parameter as a reminder. (On the monitor screen, the
mark at the head of the parameter name will disappear upon
reaching the initial set value of the parameter.)
*
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
The selected program name and its parameters will be
displayed on the monitor screen. The arrow-shaped
cursor points to the first parameter or subprogram name.
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SELECT
Notes
● For details about parameters, refer to pages 57 to 59.
● Parameter edits made in this way will remain in effect even
if power is lost due to a power failure or the power plug is
disconnected from the AC outlet for up to about one week,
after which all parameters, as well as other adjustments or
setting changes on this unit, will return to their initial values
or conditions.
ADVANCED FEATURES
English
m Descriptions of the digital sound field parameters
Not all of the following parameters are found in every program.
● ROOM SIZE
P. ROOM SIZE (Presence Room Size)
How it Affects the Sound:
Changes the apparent size of the music venue. The larger
the value, the larger the simulated room will sound.
Adjusts the apparent space size of the front presence sound
field. The larger the value, the longer the interval between
reflections becomes, which increases the depth of the sound
source.
What it Does:
Adjusts the timing between the early reflections. Early
reflections are the first group of reflections you hear before
the subsequent, dense reverberation begins.
S. ROOM SIZE (Surround Room Size)
Adjusts the apparent space size of the rear surround sound field.
The larger the value, the larger the surround sound field
becomes.
Control Range:
0.1 – 2.0
Standard setting is 1.0.
Changing this parameter from 1 to 2 increases the apparent
volume of the room eight times (length, width, and height all
doubled).
Level
Level
Direct sound
Early reflections
Level
Direct sound
Direct sound
Early reflections
Small
Early reflections
Large
Time
Small space
Time
Time
Large space
● INIT. DELAY (Initial Delay)
P. INIT. DLY (Presence Initial Delay)
How it Affects the Sound:
Changes the apparent distance from the source sound.
Since the distance between a sound source and a reflective
surface determines the delay between the direct sound and
the first reflection, this parameter changes the location of the
sound source within the acoustic environment.
Adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection
on the presence side of the sound field. The larger the value, the
later the first reflection begins.
Control Range:
1 – 99 milliseconds
What it Does:
Adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first
reflection heard by the listener.
S. INIT. DLY (Surround Initial Delay)
Adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection
on the rear surround side of the sound field. The larger the value,
the later the first reflection begins.
Control Range:
1 – 99 milliseconds
For a small living room this parameter would be set for a small
value. Large values for a big room. Larger values produce an
echo effect.
Level
Level
Control Range:
1 – 49 milliseconds
Direct sound
Early reflections
Small
INIT. DLY
Time
Level
Large
INIT. DLY
Time
INIT. DLY
Time
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ADVANCED FEATURES
● LIVENESS
LIVENESS (Presence Liveness)
How it Affects the Sound:
This parameter changes the apparent reflectivity of the walls
in the hall.
Adjusts the apparent reflectivity of the walls on the front presence
sound field. The larger the value, the more reflective the front
presence sound field becomes.
The early reflections from a sound source will lose intensity
(decay) much faster in a room with acoustically absorbent
wall surfaces than in one which has mostly reflective
surfaces. A room with highly reflective surfaces in which the
early reflections decay slowly is termed “live”, while a room
with absorbent characteristics in which the reflections decay
rapidly is termed “dead”. The LIVENESS parameter lets you
adjust the early reflection decay rate, and thus the “liveness”
of the room.
S. LIVENESS (Surround Liveness)
Adjusts the apparent reflectivity of the walls on the rear surround
sound field. The larger the value, the more reflective the rear
surround sound field becomes.
What it Does:
Changes the rate at which the early reflections decay.
Control Range:
0 – 10.
Level
Level
Small
Large
Time
Dead
Level
Direct sound
Time
Live
Time
● REV. TIME (Reverberation Time)
How it Affects the Sound:
Control Range:
The natural reverberation time of a room depends primarily
on its size and the characteristics of its inner surfaces. This
parameter, therefore, changes the apparent size of the
acoustic environment over an extremely wide range.
1.0 – 5.0 seconds.
The reverb time in a small-to-medium size hall would be
between 1 and 2, and in a large hall it is normally between 2
and 3.
What it Does:
Adjusts the amount of time it takes for the level of the dense,
subsequent reverberation sound to decay by 60 dB (1 kHz).
Level
Level
60 dB
Direct sound
Level
Early reflections
Small
60 dB
Time
REV. TIME
Reverberations
58
Large
60 dB
Time
REV. TIME
Reverberations
REV. TIME
Reverberations
Time
ADVANCED FEATURES
This parameter adjusts the volume of the reverberation sound.
The larger the value, the stronger the reverberation becomes.
English
● REV. LEVEL (Reverberation Level)
Control Range:
0 – 100%
Level
Direct sound
REV. LEVEL
Time
● S. DELAY (Surround Delay)
Adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection
on the rear surround side sound field. The larger the value, the
later the surround sound field is generated.
Control Range:
When Dolby Surround is decoded:
15 – 30 milliseconds
When Dolby Digital or DTS is decoded:
0 – 15 milliseconds
When a program without Dolby Surround or DTS
encoded is used:
15 – 49 milliseconds
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ADVANCED FEATURES
Setting the SLEEP timer
Use the built-in SLEEP timer to automatically turn this unit into the standby mode after the time you set elapses. The SLEEP timer is
useful when you plan to fall asleep while this unit is playing back or recording a source. The SLEEP timer also automatically turns off
external units connected to the SWITCHED AC OUTLET(S) on the rear of this unit. The SLEEP timer can only be set using the
remote controller.
To set the SLEEP time
1
2
To cancel the SLEEP timer
Select the source using the INPUT SELECTOR and
start playback (or select a broadcast station) on the
source unit.
Press the SLEEP key repeatedly until the desired
SLEEP time appears on the display.
* “SLEEP time” is the time that elapses before this unit
is automatically turned into the standby mode.
Indicates the SLEEP time.
DVD/LD
CD
TV/DBS
TUNER
V-AUX
PHONO
VCR
SLEEP
Flashes.
Each time you press the SLEEP key, the SLEEP time
changes as follows.
(Minutes)
90
60
30
SLEEP OFF
(The SLEEP timer is off.)
After a while, the display returns to the original indication.
60
SLEEP
Note
The SLEEP timer setting can also be canceled by setting this
unit into the standby mode with the STANDBY/ON switch on
the front panel (or the STANDBY key on the remote controller)
or disconnecting the power plug of this unit from the AC outlet.
SLEEP
120
Press the SLEEP key repeatedly until “SLEEP OFF” appears
on the display. (After a while, the display returns to the original
indication.)
REMOTE CONTROLLER
English
The remote controller is designed to control the most commonly used functions. If you have other Yamaha audio and video
components with remote control capability, this remote controller will also control various functions of them.
In addition, this remote controller can control other manufacturers’ audio and video components by programming the remote
controller with the codes for other manufacturers.
Basic operation
1
Select the position for the component that you want to
control by turning the selector dial.
Note: Turn the selector dial unitl it stops with a click.
POWER
2
Press an operation key.
Note: Press a key with the remote controller aimed at the
front panel.
STANDBY
Selected position
is shown.
AMP/TUN
The indicator will flash
when a key is pressed.
Components which can be controlled
The selector dial can be turned to select nine positions. The components which can be controlled with the remote controller differs
depending on the selected position. Refer to the diagram below to know what components can be controlled for each position.
AMP/TUN
POWER
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
TAPE/MD
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
CD
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
DSP
DVD/LD
DVDMENU
VCR
CBL/DBS
TV
AMP/TUN
This unit can be controlled. Normally set to this position
TAPE/MD
Tape decks and MD recorders can be controlled.
* Keys are originally preset to control Yamaha tape decks. To control a Yamaha MD
recorder, enter the code for Yamaha MD recorders.
CD
CD players can be controlled.
* Keys are originally preset to control Yamaha CD players.
DSP
This unit can be controlled and DSP programs can be selected directly.
DVD/LD
DVD players and LD players can be controlled.
* To control the Yamaha model DVD-1000 or DVD-S700, enter the code number “4490”.
DVD MENU
DVD players can be controlled.
* A code for a DVD player cannot be entered in this position.
VCR
VCRs can be controlled.
CBL/DBS
Cable TVs or DBS tuners can be controlled.
TV
TVs can be controlled.
Notes
● You can program the remote controller with the codes for
other manufactures for all positions (except AMP/TUN and
DSP) respectively.
For example, if your CD player is not a Yamaha model,
enter the code for the manufacture of the CD player when
the CD position is selected. You can control your CD player
with the remote controller when the CD position is selected.
You can enter one code for one position.
Refer to page 67 for details about entering codes.
● Some Yamaha CD players and tape decks cannot be
controlled with the default codes. To control such a model,
enter the code for the model in the corresponding position.
● For the DVD/LD and DVD MENU positions:
If you enter a code for a DVD player in the DVD/LD position,
the keys in the DVD MENU position become also available
for controlling the DVD player. You cannot enter a code for
a DVD player when the DVD MENU is selected.
● You can enter the code for your second (or third) VCR in the
CBL/DBS position if you do not use a cable TV, DBS tuner, etc.
You can also enter the code for your second (or third) VCR in
the DVD MENU position if you do not use a DVD player. In this
case, however, you must enter a code for an LD player in the
DVD/LD position even if you do not use an LD player.
Refer to page 67 for details.
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
Key name and function
The key functions differ depending on the position selected by the selector dial as shown below.
m AMP/TUN
AMP/TUN
* The keys drawn in a light tone do not function.
1 POWER
Press this key to turn on the power of this unit.
POWER
1
STANDBY
AMP/TUN
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
2
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
3
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
4
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
C
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
D
E
F
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
5
6
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
B
ON/OFF
(TV VOLUME)
8
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
9
INDEX
POWER
VCR REC
(TV POWER)
0
A
DISP
SLEEP
TV
DIR
A
ON SCREEN
SELECT
3 EXT. DEC.
Press this key to select the input signals from the EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals as the input source. This function
takes priority over the input selector key setting. “EXT.
DECODER” will be illuminated on the display panel.
The source selected with the input selector keys becomes the
current input source when “EXT. DECODER” is not illuminated
on the display panel.
* If the DSP key (5) is pressed, you can select the HALL
program by pressing this key while the indicator (C) is
illuminated.
4 A/B/C/D/E
Press this key to select a group of preset stations.
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
5 DSP
Press this key. While the indicator (C) is illuminated for about
three seconds, select a DSP program using the keys
(2, 3, D). No DSP program can be selected after the
indicator goes off.
6 PRESET +/–
+:
–:
DIR
B
SET UP
ON/OFF
G
TV INPUT
A/B
/
Press a key to select the input source.
CH
TV
7
2 Input selector keys
Press this key to select the next preset station number.
Press this key to select the previous preset station
number.
7 VOLUME
(up)/
(down)
Press these keys to increase or decrease the volume.
H
8 MUTE
Press this key to mute the volume. The volume can be
returned to the original level by pressing any remote controller
key which controls this unit.
The indicator on the VOLUME control flashes during the mute
mode.
9 SLEEP
Press this key to turn the built-in SLEEP timer on and off, and
set the SLEEP time. (Refer to page 60.)
0
Note
TV POWER and TV VOLUME function if you have entered the
code for your TV.
62
/
/
/
The
(up) and
(down) keys select the DSP parameters,
or select speaker(s) or functions according to the mode
selected by the LEVEL or SET MENU key. The
and
keys adjust or make changes in the selected parameter,
speaker(s) or function.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
B STANDBY
Press this key to set this unit in the standby mode.
C Indicator
This indicator flashes when a key is pressed on the remote
controller. (Transmitting infrared signals.)
D CHURCH
If the DSP key (5) is pressed, you can select the CHURCH
program by pressing this key while the indicator (C) is
illuminated.
F EFCT ON/OFF
Press this key to turn on/off the digital sound field processor,
which includes the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby Digital
decoder and DTS decoder.
English
A LEVEL
This key is used to adjust the output level of the center
speaker, rear speakers and subwoofer. First, press this key.
Then select the speaker(s) by pressing this key repeatedly or
by using the or key (0). The name will be illuminated on
the display. Then press the
or
key (0) to change the
output level.
G ON SCREEN
Press this key to change the type of display on the monitor
screen. Three types of displays are available.
Each time the key is pressed, the information can be changed
to a full, simple and no display.
H SET MENU
Press this key to turn the unit into the SET MENU mode.
Select a function by pressing this key repeatedly or by using
the or key (0). The function name will be illuminated on
the display. Then press the
or
key (0) to adjust or
make settings in the function.
E TEST
This key is used when adjusting the speaker balance. (Refer to
pages 30 to 32.)
m DSP
DSP
POWER
STANDBY
The functions of all keys are the same with the AMP/TUN
position except the DSP program selector keys figured on
the left.
DSP
DSP program selector keys
Press a key corresponding to the DSP program you want to
select. The program is directly selected.
Note: Press “0” to select the program No. 10.
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
DSP program
selector keys
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
The keys drawn in a light tone do not function. For the keys which are not described here, see “AMP/TUN” on page 62. For details,
refer to the instruction manual for each of your components.
m TAPE/MD
TAPE/MD
1
POWER
For tape decks
1 POWER
STANDBY
This key turns on this unit when the default code is used.
If another code is entered and your tape deck’s remote
controller has a power key, this key will turn on the tape deck.
TAPE/MD
2
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
INPUT
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
REC/PAUSE
Press this key to set the tape deck in the recording pause
mode.
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
3 DIR A
CHURCH
9
TEST
Press this key to select the playing direction of DECK A.
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
4
EFCT
ON/OFF
CH
TV
(TV VOLUME)
PLAY
Press this key to play a tape.
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
(TV POWER)
4
2
3
5
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
TV
DIR
A
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
6
7
8
9
0
A
5
REWIND
Press this key to rewind a tape.
7 DECK A/B
Press this key to select A or B on a double cassette tape deck.
9 DIR B
Press this key to select the playing direction of DECK B.
0 STOP
Press this key to stop a tape.
A
FAST FORWARD
Press this key to fast forward a tape.
Note
TV POWER and TV VOLUME function if you have entered the
code for your TV.
For MD recorders
Enter the proper code for your MD recorder.
1 POWER
This key turns on this unit if a code for a Yamaha MD recorder
is entered. If another manufactuer’s code is entered and your
MD recorder’s remote controller has a power key, this key will
turn on the MD recorder.
2
REC/PAUSE
3
SKIP
4 PLAY
5
BACKWARD
6 DISPLAY
8 PAUSE
9
SKIP
0 STOP
A
FAST FORWARD
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
m CD
CD
1
Note
TV POWER, TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you have entered the
code for your TV.
POWER
STANDBY
1 POWER
CD
/DTS
SURROUND
TAPE/MD
TUNER
1
This key turns on this unit when the
default code is used. If another code
is entered and your CD player’s
remote controller has a power key,
this key will turn on the CD player.
MOVIE
THEATER 2
MOVIE
THEATER 1
CD
INPUT
3
2
MONO MOVIE
DISCO
DVD/LD
4
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
ROCK
PHONO
V-AUX
9
8
TEST
+100
+10
0
2 DISC SKIP
CHURCH
JAZZ CLUB
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
Press these keys to skip to the next
or previous CD.
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
2
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
(TV VOLUME)
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
(TV INPUT)
INDEX
(TV POWER)
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
ON SCREEN
TV
VCR REC
TV INPUT
A/B
/
3
4
5
DIR
A
DIR
B
SELECT
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
m DVD/LD
3
,
SKIP
Press
to skip to the beginning of
the next track.
Press
to skip to the beginning of
the current or previous track.
6
4
7
5
BACKWARD
Press this key to reverse playback
rapidly.
8
7 STOP
Press this key to stop playback.
This key functions as PAUSE/STOP
for operating Yamaha CD players
under default settings.
8
FAST FORWARD
Press this key to advance playback
rapidly.
m DVD MENU
(*1)
POWER
6 PAUSE
Press this key to pause playback.
This key functions as PAUSE/STOP
for operating Yamaha CD players
under default settings.
PLAY
Press this key to play a CD.
DVD/LD
POWER
STANDBY
(*1): For a DVD player:
This key turns on this unit when
the default code is used.
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
For an CD player:
This key turns on this unit if a
code for a Yamaha LD player is
entered.
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
8
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
Numeric
keys
5
+10
/DTS
SURROUND
3
DISCO
V-AUX
CHURCH
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
9
7
TEST
HALL
+100
EXT. DEC.
CLEAR
0
ENTER
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
DISC SKIP
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
(TV VOLUME)
CODE SET
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
CH
TV
DISPLAY
(TV VOLUME)
TITLE/INDEX
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
(TV INPUT)
ON/OFF
(TV POWER)
POWER
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
STOP
ANGLE (DVD)
AUDIO (DVD)
Note
TV POWER, TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if
you have entered the code for your TV.
MENU LEFT
MENU SELECT
SET UP
TITLE
DIR
A
SET UP
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
(TV INPUT)
A/B
/
PAUSE
DIR
A
CLEAR
CLEAR
CODE SET
A/B
SKIP/SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF (DVD)
+10
DISC SKIP
DISP
/
PLAY
SUBTITLE (DVD)/
BACKWARD (LD)
6
MUTE
INDEX
VCR REC
VCR
5
VOLUME
TV
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
MUTE
POWER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
VOLUME
SLEEP
(TV POWER)
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
STANDBY
DVDMENU
2
JAZZ CLUB
DVDMENU
POWER
POWER
DVD/LD
INPUT
English
The keys drawn in a light tone do not function. For the keys which are not described here, see “AMP/TUN” on page 62. For details,
refer to the instruction manual for each of your components.
SELECT
DIR
B
RETURN
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
MENU UP
MENU RIGHT
MENU DOWN
RETURN
MENU
Note
TV POWER, TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if
you have entered the code for your TV.
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
The keys drawn in a light tone do not function. For the keys which are not described here, see “AMP/TUN” on page 62. For details,
refer to the instruction manual for each of your components.
m VCR
m TV
VCR
Note
TV POWER, TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you have
entered the code for your TV.
POWER
POWER
TV
Note
You can control your VCR if you have entered the code for it.
POWER
STANDBY
STANDBY
TV
VCR
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
CHANNEL
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
CHANNEL
ENTER
CHANNEL
+(UP)/–(DOWN)
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
/DTS
SURROUND
TAPE/MD
1
CHANNEL
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
V-AUX
8
+10
CHANNEL
ENTER
CHANNEL
+(UP)/–(DOWN)
TV MUTE
TV SLEEP
TV POWER
ON/OFF
CH
(TV VOLUME)
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
(TV POWER)
VCR REC (*1)
PLAY
INDEX
POWER
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
V-AUX
DISPLAY
(TV INPUT)
9
8
TEST
+100
+10
0
TV EFFECT
ON/OFF
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
DIR
A
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
MUTE
VOLUME
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
SELECT
DIR
B
RETURN
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
DIR
A
STOP
SET UP
FAST
FORWARD
TV INPUT
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
CBL/DBS
POWER
POWER
STANDBY
CBL/DBS
Note
TV POWER, TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you
have entered the code for your TV.
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
CHANNEL
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
CHANNEL
ENTER
CHANNEL
+(UP)/–(DOWN)
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
(TV VOLUME)
CODE SET
MUTE
VOLUME
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
(TV POWER)
MENU SELECT
MENU LEFT
POWER
VCR REC
TV
DIR
A
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
SELECT
DISPLAY
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
SET UP
66
DISPLAY
DIR
B
SELECT
(*1) Press this key twice to start recording.
m CBL/DBS
TV VOLUME
CODE SET
PAUSE
SET UP
REWIND
DISP
SLEEP
CHURCH
JAZZ CLUB
7
CLEAR
TV
6
HALL
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
VCR
5
EXT. DEC.
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
PHONO
9
TEST
+100
3
2
ROCK
CHURCH
ENTER
CH
4
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
5
JAZZ CLUB
MOVIE
THEATER 1
CD
3
2
DIR
B
RETURN
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
(TV INPUT)
MENU UP
MENU RIGHT
MENU DOWN
RECALL
MENU
(VCR)
REMOTE CONTROLLER
English
Entering manufacturer codes
If you have a component which is not a Yamaha model, you can enter the code for the manufacturer of the component in the
corresponding position of the selector dial. By doing so, you can control the component with the remote controller.
Refer to the code list at the end of this manual for the code numbers you need.
Notes
● Some Yamaha CD players and tape decks cannot be controlled with the default codes. To control such a model, enter the code
for the model in the corresponding position.
● If there is no code applicable for your component in the code list, you must use the remote controller provided for the component.
Entering a code
1
Entering a code for a second (or third) VCR
Set the selector dial to the position for controlling the
component. (For example, set to “VCR” for a VCR.)
POWER
STANDBY
VCR
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
2
MOVIE
THEATER 1
You can use the CBL/DBS or DVD MENU position, or both of
them to control a second (and/or third) VCR if you do not use a
cable TV, DBS tuner, DVD player etc.
* If you will use the DVD MENU position for a second (or third)
VCR, you must enter the code for an LD player in the DVD/LD
position.
1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
Press both of the VOLUME
and
keys at the
same time and hold them until the indicator flashes
twice.
Set the selector dial to the CBL/DBS or DVD MENU
position.
POWER
STANDBY
DVDMENU
TV
POWER
STANDBY
CODE SET
VCR
MUTE
/DTS
SURROUND
Flashes
twice.
VOLUME
CD
2
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit
manufacturer code for the component to be used.
Make sure that the indicator flashes twice.
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
Press both of the VOLUME
and
keys at the
same time and hold them until the indicator flashes
twice.
TV
POWER
STANDBY
CODE SET
DVDMENU
MUTE
Flashes
twice.
VOLUME
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
POWER
STANDBY
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
VCR
Flashes
twice.
CLEAR
ENTER
3
TV
Press the MUTE key.
CODE SET
A/B/C/D/E
MUTE
VOLUME
* If the indicator does not flash, repeat step 3 and enter
the code again.
4
Try operating the component with the remote controller
to check the code entering is successful.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the four-digit
manufacturer code for the second (or third) VCR. Make
sure that the indicator flashes twice.
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
Note
If the component cannot be controlled, enter another code for
the same manufacturer.
1
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
POWER
STANDBY
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
DVDMENU
Flashes
twice.
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
* If the indicator does not flash, repeat step 4 and enter
the code again.
5
Try operating the component with the remote controller
to check the code entering is successful.
Note
If the component cannot be controlled, enter another code for
the same manufacturer.
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
Restoring the default codes
To restore the default codes for the all
positions.
1
Press both of the VOLUME
and
keys at the
same time and hold them until the indicator flashes
twice.
Flashes
twice.
To restore the default code for each
position
1
Set the selector dial to the position for which you want to
restore the default code.
TV
CODE SET
POWER
POWER
STANDBY
DVDMENU
STANDBY
MUTE
DVDMENU
VOLUME
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
2
2
MOVIE
THEATER 1
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
Press both of the VOLUME
and
keys at the
same time and hold them until the indicator flashes
twice.
Enter the code number “9987”.
* Make sure that the indicator flashes twice.
TV
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MOVIE
THEATER 1
4
CODE SET
STANDBY
VCR
6
DVDMENU
JAZZ CLUB
CHURCH
V-AUX
7
8
HALL
+10
0
STANDBY
DVDMENU
Flashes
twice.
5
EXT. DEC.
POWER
MUTE
DISCO
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
ROCK
PHONO
POWER
3
2
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TUNER
9
TEST
+100
Flashes
twice.
VOLUME
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
3
Enter the code number “9999”.
* Make sure that the indicator flashes twice.
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
4
7
POWER
STANDBY
3
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
DVDMENU
5
ROCK
PHONO
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
HALL
EXT. DEC.
+10
0
Flashes
twice.
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
Default codes
The following codes are preset as the default code.
<U.S.A., Canada, China, Singapore and General models>
Position
Component
<Australia model>
Code
Position
Component
TV
0047
TV
TV
CBL/DBS
DBS tuner
2566
CBL/DBS
DBS tuner
2455
VCR
VCR
3060
VCR
VCR
3072
DVD/LD
DVD player
4545 YAMAHA
DVD/LD
DVD player
4545 YAMAHA
CD
CD player
6187 YAMAHA
CD
CD player
6187 YAMAHA
TAPE/MD
Tape deck
8524 YAMAHA
TAPE/MD
Tape deck
8524 YAMAHA
We recommend that you write all code numbers you have entered on the “Quick Reference Card”.
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Code
TV
0037
Refer to the chart below when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below or if the
instruction below does not help, disconnect the power cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
English
TROUBLESHOOTING
General
Problem
Cause
What to Do
The unit fails to turn on when the
STANDBY/ON switch is pressed, or turns
into the standby mode suddenly soon after
the power is turned on.
Power cord is not plugged in or is not
completely inserted.
Firmly plug in the power cord.
The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch on the
rear panel is not set to either end.
Set the switch to either end when this unit is
in the standby mode.
This unit does not work normally.
There is an influence of strong external
noise (lightning, excessive static electricity,
etc.) or a misoperation on this unit while
using this unit.
Turn this unit into the standby mode and
disconnect the AC power cord from the AC
outlet. After about 30 seconds have passed,
connect the power and operate this unit
again.
No sound or no picture.
Incorrect output cord connections.
Connect the cords properly. If the problem
persists, the cords may be defective.
Appropriate input source is not selected.
Select the appropriate input source with the
INPUT SELECTOR or the TAPE/MD
MON/EXT. DECODER button.
Speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
Digital signals other than PCM audio and
Dolby Digital (or DTS) encoded signals
which this unit cannot reproduce are input to
this unit by playing a CD-ROM etc.
Play a source whose signals this unit can
reproduce.
No picture
There is no S video terminal connection
between this unit and the TV, though S
video signals are input to this unit.
Connect this unit’s S VIDEO MONITOR OUT
terminal to the TV’s S video input terminal.
The sound suddenly goes off.
The protection circuit has been activated
because of short circuit etc.
Turn this unit into the standby mode, and
then turn on to reset the protection circuit.
The SLEEP timer came on.
Cancel the SLEEP timer function.
Incorrect setting of the BALANCE control.
Adjust it to the appropriate position.
Incorrect cord connections.
Connect the cords properly. If the problem
persists, the cords may be defective.
The EFFECT button is set off.
Press the EFFECT button to turn it on.
A Dolby Surround (or DTS) decoding
program is being used with material not
encoded with Dolby Surround (or DTS).
Use a different sound field program.
The function “1. CENTER SPEAKER” in the
SET MENU mode is set to the “NONE” position.
Select the appropriate position.
One of the DSP programs No. 6 to No. 10 is
selected when the input signal of source is
2-channel stereo (analog/PCM).
Select another program.
The input signals of source encoded with
Dolby Digital or DTS do not have center
channel signals.
Refer to the instructions for the source
currently played.
The function “4. LFE/BASS OUT” in the SET
MENU mode is set in the SW or BOTH
position, though your system does not
include a subwoofer.
Select the MAIN position.
Output mode selection for each channel
(MAIN, CENTER or REAR) is improper.
Make output mode selections suitable for
your speaker system.
Incorrect cord connections.
Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the
problem persists, the cords may be defective.
No connection from the turntable to the
GND terminal.
Make the GND connection between the
turntable and this unit.
The volume level is low while playing a
record.
The record is being played on a turntable
with an MC cartridge.
The player should be connected to the unit
through the MC head amplifier.
The volume level cannot be increased, or
sound is distorted.
The component connected to the TAPE/MD
OUT terminals of this unit is turned off.
Turn on the power to the component.
Only one side speaker outputs the sound.
No sound from the effect speakers.
No sound from the center speaker.
Poor bass reproduction.
Sound “hums”.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
What to Do
DSP parameters and some other settings
on this unit cannot be changed.
The function “11. MEMORY GUARD” in the
SET MENU mode is set to the “ON” position.
Set to the “OFF” position.
“INPUT DATA ERR” appears on the display
and no sound is heard.
A nonstandardized source is played back, or
the unit playing back a source is
misoperating.
Check the source, or turn off the unit playing
back the source and then turn on again.
The sound field cannot be recorded.
It is not possible to record the sound field on
a tape deck connected to this unit’s
TAPE/MD OUT terminals.
This unit does not operate properly.
The internal microcomputer has been frozen
by an external electric shock (lightning,
excessive static electricity, etc.) or power
supply with low voltage.
Unplug the AC power cord from the wall AC
outlet, and then plug in again after about one
minute.
A source cannot be recorded by a tape
deck or VCR connected to this unit.
The source unit is connected to this unit
between digital terminals only.
Make additional connection between analog
terminals.
Noise from nearby TV or tuner.
This unit is too close to the affected
equipment.
Move the unit further away from the affected
equipment.
The sound is degraded when listening with
the headphones connected to the compact
disc player or tape deck that is connected
with this unit.
This unit is in the standby mode.
Turn the power to this unit on.
Remote controller
Problem
What to Do
The batteries of this remote controller are
weak.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
The remote controller does not function
properly.
Wrong distance or angle.
The remote controller will function from a
maximum range of 6 meters, no more than 30
degrees off-axis from the front panel.
Direct sunlight or lighting (of an inverter type
of fluorescent lamp etc.) is striking the remote
control sensor of the main unit.
Change position of the main unit.
The selector dial of the remote controller is
not set at the proper position.
Set the selector dial to the proper position.
The code for controlling the component is not
preset to the remote controller.
Enter the code for controlling the component
in the corresponding position of the remote
controller.
This unit or another component cannot be
controlled with the remote controller.
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Cause
The remote controller does not work.
TROUBLESHOOTING
FM
Problem
Cause
What to Do
FM stereo reception is noisy.
Because of the characteristics of FM stereo
broadcasts, this is limited to cases where
the transmitter is too far away or the
antenna input is poor.
Check the antenna connections.
Try using a high quality directional FM
antenna.
Set the TUNING MODE button to the manual
tuning mode.
There is distortion and clear reception
cannot be obtained even with a good
FM antenna.
There is multipath interference.
Adjust antenna placement to eliminate
multipath interference.
A desired station cannot be tuned in
with the automatic tuning method.
The station is too weak.
Use the manual tuning method.
Use a high quality directional FM antenna.
Previously preset stations can no
longer be tuned in.
This unit has been unplugged for a long
period.
Repeat the presetting procedure.
A desired station cannot be tuned in
with the automatic tuning method.
Weak signal or loose antenna connections.
Tighten the AM loop antenna connections
and rotate it for best reception.
There are continuous crackling and
hissing noises.
Noises result from lightning, fluorescent
lamps, motors, thermostats and other
electrical equipment.
Use an outdoor antenna and a ground wire.
This will help somewhat but it is difficult to
eliminate all the noises.
There are buzzing and whining noises
(especially in the evening).
A television set is being used nearby.
Relocate this unit away from the TV.
English
Tuner
AM
Use the manual tuning method.
<For China and General models only>
Although you make the operation for
recalling a preset station, the station
cannot be tuned in, or a station other than
the preset one is tuned in.
Some memory of the preset stations was
modified because the setting of the
FREQUENCY STEP switch was changed
after storing stations.
Repeat storing stations by following the
preset tuning procedure.
When playing back a source encoded with DTS:
Problem
Cause
What to Do
The player which plays back the source is
not connected to a digital audio signal input
terminal of this unit.
The player must be connected to a digital
audio signal input terminal of this unit besides
analog audio signal terminal connections.
The “ANALOG” input mode is selected on
this unit.
Select a proper input mode on this unit to turn
on the DTS decoder built into this unit.
A percussive noise is heard when you
begin playing back a source encoded with
DTS.
If the “AUTO” input mode is selected,
depending on some sources, there may be a
case that a noise is heard while this unit is
identifying the format of input signal.
Set the input mode of the currently selected
input source to “DTS”.
No sound is heard when you play back a
source encoded with DTS, even though the
“AUTO” or “DTS” input mode is selected
on this unit.
The DTS decoder built into this unit does not
function because the player has a digital
volume control and it is set at a position
other than “maximum”, “neutral” or
“ineffective”.
Set the player’s digital volume control at the
maximum, neutral or ineffective position.
No sound is heard when you play back an
MD onto which you have recorded a
source encoded with DTS.
A source encoded with DTS cannot be
recorded onto an MD.
No sound is heard when you play back a
DAT onto which you have recorded a
source encoded with DTS.
Depending on a DAT deck, a source
encoded with DTS cannot be recorded onto
a DAT.
No sound is heard when you play back a
source (CD etc.) even though the currently
selected input mode is “AUTO”.
In the “AUTO” mode, DTS-decoding mode
cannot be changed to the normal (PCM)
digital signal input mode automatically.
A loud hissing noise is heard when you
play back a source encoded with DTS.
Press the INPUT MODE button on the front
panel or the input selector button (for the
currently selected source) on the remote
controller so that “PCM” appears on the
monitor screen.
Notes
• It is necessary to use a DTS decoder to play back a source encoded with DTS, so the player which plays back a source must be
connected to a digital audio input terminal of this unit in the way described in this manual. If this connection is not made or only a
D-to-A converter is used without using a DTS decoder, when you play back a source, only a loud hiss noise will be heard.
• If you make a search (or skip etc.) operation while playing back a source encoded with DTS, the “dts” indicator goes out from the
display. This is because this unit automatically changes the DTS-decoding mode to the standard (PCM) digital signal input mode
to prevent a noise from being output.
• A source encoded with DTS cannot be recorded onto analog audio and video tapes, and also, an analog tape recorded with a
source encoded with DTS cannot be played back.
The same result is obtained for MDs and DATs (depending on a DAT deck used for recording and/or playback).
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SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO SECTION
Minimum RMS Output Power Per Channel
(Power Amp. Section)
(When both channels are driven)
MAIN L/R
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms
................................................ 85W+85W
1 kHz, 0.07% THD, 8 ohms
............................................ 100W+100W
CENTER
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms
.......................................................... 85W
1 kHz, 0.07% THD, 8 ohms ............ 100W
REAR L/R
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms
.................................................85W+85W
1 kHz, 0.07% THD, 8 ohms
.............................................100W+100W
Maximum Power (EIAJ) [China and General
models only]
1 kHz, 10% THD, 8 ohms
(When both channels are driven)
MAIN L/R ................................125W+125W
CENTER.............................................125W
REAR L/R ...............................125W+125W
Dynamic Power Per Channel
(by IHF Dynamic Headroom Measuring Method)
MAIN L/R (8 ohms/6 ohms/4 ohms/2 ohms)
(When both channels are driven)
..................................115W/140W/170W/200W
Dynamic Headroom
[U.S.A. and Canada models only]
MAIN L/R (8 ohms) .......................... 1.31 dB
DIN Standard Output Power Per Channel
[Europe, U.K. and Singapore models only]
MAIN L/R (1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 4 ohms)
(When both channels are driven) ..... 130W
IEC Power
[Europe, U.K. and Singapore models only]
MAIN L/R (1 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms)
(When both channels are driven) ....... 95W
Power Band Width
8 ohms, 40W, 0.09% THD
(When both channels are driven)
MAIN L/R .........................10 Hz to 50 kHz
Damping Factor (SPEAKER A)
MAIN L/R (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 ohms)
..................................................... 80 or more
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR
/VIDEO AUX ................... 150 mV/47 k-ohms
PHONO MM ......................2.5 mV/47 k-ohms
Maximum Input Signal
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR
/VIDEO AUX (EFFECT ON)
(1 kHz, 0.5% THD) ................... 2.2V or more
PHONO MM (1 kHz, 0.04% THD)
............................................ 110 mV or more
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Output Level/Impedance
REC OUT ....................... 150 mV/1.0 k-ohms
PRE OUT ............................ 2.6V/1.1 k-ohms
SUBWOOFER (MAIN SP: SMALL)
............................................ 4.0V/1.2 k-ohms
Gain Tracking Error (0 to –60 dB)
MAIN L/R ....................................3 dB or less
Headphone Jack Rated Output/Impedance
Output Level
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR
/VIDEO AUX Input: 1 kHz,
150 mV, RL=8 ohms ........................ 0.55V
Impedance .................................... 390 ohms
Video Signal Type
[U.S.A. and Canada models]................NTSC
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models] .................................................. PAL
[China and General models] ....... NTSC/PAL
VIDEO SECTION
Video Signal Level ................. 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
Frequency Response (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR
/VIDEO AUX to MAIN L/R SP OUT
........................................................ 0±0.5 dB
RIAA Equalization Deviation
PHONO MM ....................................0±0.5 dB
S-Video Signal Level
Y ......................................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
C .................................. 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms
Maximum Input Level ........... 1.5 Vp-p or more
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............... 50 dB or more
Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR/VIDEO
AUX to MAIN SP OUT, 40W/8 ohms
.............................................. 0.025% or less
PHONO MM to REC OUT, 1V
................................................ 0.02% or less
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR/VIDEO
AUX to SP OUT (Input Shorted 150 mV)
(EFFECT OFF) ...................... 96 dB or more
PHONO MM to REC OUT
(Input Shorted 5 mV)
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General
models] .................................86 dB or more
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models] .................................82 dB or more
Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)
MAIN L/R SP OUT ................. 170 µV or less
Channel Separation (Vol. –30 dB, EFFECT
OFF)
CD/TAPEzMD/DVDzLD/TVzDBS/VCR/VIDEO
AUX Input 5.1 k-ohms Shorted
1 kHz/10 kHz
........................................ 60/45 dB or more
PHONO MM Input Shorted
1 kHz/10 kHz
.........................................60/55 dB or more
Tone Control Characteristics
Bass
Boost/Cut ........................... ±10 dB (50 Hz)
Turnover frequency ........................ 350 Hz
Treble
Boost/Cut ......................... ±10 dB (20 kHz)
Turnover frequency ....................... 3.5 kHz
Bass Extension (MAIN L/R) .......+6 dB (50 Hz)
Filter Characteristics
MAIN L/R, CENTER, REAR L/R
(MAIN, CENTER, REAR SP: SMALL)
(H.P.F.) .......................fc = 90 Hz, 12 dB/oct.
SUBWOOFER (L.P.F.)
.................................... fc = 90 Hz, 18 dB/oct.
Monitor Out Frequency Response
..................................... 5 Hz to 10 MHz, –3 dB
FM SECTION
Tuning Range
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
..........................................87.5 to 107.9 MHz
[Europe, U.K., Australia, China, Singapore
and General models] ........87.5 to 108.0 MHz
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF, 75 ohms,
100% mod., 1 kHz)
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General
models only]
Mono.................................1.6 µV (15.3 dBf)
Stereo ................................23 µV (38.5 dBf)
Usable Sensitivity (75 ohms)
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models only]
DIN, Mono (S/N 26 dB) .....................0.9 µV
DIN, Stereo (S/N 46 dB).....................28 µV
Alternate Channel Selectivity (±400 kHz)
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General
models only]..........................................75 dB
Selectivity (two signals, 40 kHz Dev. ±300
kHz)
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models only] .........................................55 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
(IHF) Mono/Stereo
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General
models]..........................................81/75 dB
(DIN-Weighted, 40 kHz Dev.) Mono/Stereo
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models]..........................................75/69 dB
SPECIFICATIONS
Usable Sensitivity ..............................300 µV/m
Maximum Power Consumption
[General model only] ...........................690W
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ..............................52 dB
Stereo Separation (1 kHz).......................48 dB
Output Level (30% mod., 1 kHz) .........150 mV
Frequency Response
20 Hz to 15 kHz ..................................0±1 dB
Output Level (100% mod., 1 kHz)
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General models]
...........................................................550 mV
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models (40 kHz Dev.)] ......................550 mV
AM SECTION
Tuning Range
[U.S.A., Canada, China and General models]
........................................... 530 to 1,710 kHz
[Europe, U.K., Australia and Singapore
models] ...............................531 to 1,611 kHz
GENERAL
Power Supply
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
............................................. AC 120V/60 Hz
[Europe, U.K. and Singapore models]
............................................. AC 230V/50 Hz
[Australia model] .................. AC 240V/50 Hz
[China and General models]
.................. AC 110/120/220/240V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
[U.S.A. model] ..................................... 310W
[Europe, U.K., Australia, China, Singapore
and General models] ............................350W
[Canada model]........................350W/440 VA
AC Outlets
2 SWITCHED OUTLETS
[U.S.A., Europe, Canada, China, Singapore
and General models] ....... 100W max. total
1 SWITCHED OUTLET
[U.K. and Australia models] ..... 100W max.
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Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz)
Mono/Stereo ....................................0.1/0.2%
Dimensions (W x H x D)
........................................ 435 x 151 x 391 mm
(17-1/8” x 5-15/16” x 15-3/8”)
Weight ......................... 13.0 kg (28 lbs. 10 oz)
Accessories ..........................Remote controller
Batteries
AM loop antenna
Indoor FM antenna
Antenna adapter
(U.S.A. and Canada models only)
* Specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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LIST OF MANUFACTURER’S CODES
LISTE DES CODES FABRICANTS
For U.S.A. and Canada models
Modèles pour les Etats-Unis et le Canada
SETUP CODES FOR TV
Manufacturer
Code
A-Mark
0003
AOC
0030, 0019, 0003, 0052, 0185
Abex
0032
Acura
0009
Admiral
0093
Adventura
0046
Adyson
0032
Aiko
0092
Akai
0030, 0208
Akura
0264
Alaron
0179, 0216
Alba
0009, 0037
Ambassador
0177
Amstrad
0009, 0171, 0177
Anam
0180, 0004, 0009, 0068
Anam National
0161
Anitech
0009, 0068
Arcam
0216
Archer
0003
Audinac
0391
Audiosonic
0037, 0109
Audiovox
0451, 0180, 0003, 0092
BPL
0282
Basic Line
0009
Baur
0037, 0512, 0535, 0554
Baysonic
0180
Belcor
0019
Bell & Howell
0154, 0016
Beon
0037
Blaupunkt
0535, 0554
Blue Star
0282
Bradford
0180
Brandt
0109
Britannia
0216
Brockwood
0019
Broksonic
0236, 0463, 0003, 0426
Bush
0282, 0009, 0037
CCE
0037
CS Electronics
0216
CXC
0180
Candle
0030, 0056, 0046, 0186
Carnivale
0030
Carver
0054, 0170
Cascade
0009
Cathay
0037
Celebrity
0000
Centurion
0037
Cimline
0009
Cineral
0451, 0092
Citizen
0060, 0030, 0056, 0039,
0046, 0092, 0186, 0280
Clairtone
0185
Clarivox
0037
Concerto
0056
Contec
0180, 0009, 0185, 0216
Craig
0180, 0161
Crosley
0054
Crown
0180, 0039, 0009, 0037, 0418
Curtis Mathes 0047, 0054, 0154, 0051,
0451, 0093, 0060, 0030,
0145, 0056, 0016, 0039, 0166
Daewoo
0451, 0019, 0039, 0009,
0037, 0066, 0092
Dansai
0037
Dayton
0009
Daytron
0019
De Graaf
0208
Decca
0037
Denon
0145
Dixi
0004, 0009, 0037
Dumont
0017, 0019
Ectec
0391
Electroband
0000, 0185
Elin
0037
Elta
0009
Emerson
0154, 0236, 0463, 0180,
0282, 0178, 0019, 0179,
0039, 0177, 0185, 0280
Envision
0030
Erres
0037
Ferguson
0037, 0109, 0287, 0560
Fidelity
0216
Finlandia
0208
Finlux
0179, 0037
Firstline
0009, 0216
Fisher
0154, 0159, 0208
Formenti
0037
Frontech
0264
Fujitsu
0179
Funai
0180, 0179, 0171, 0264
Futuretech
0180
GE
0047, 0051, 0451, 0093,
0282, 0178, 0021, 0135
GEC
0037
Geloso
0009
Gibralter
0017, 0030, 0019
GoldStar
0030, 0178, 0019, 0056,
0001, 0002, 0032, 0037, 0109
Goodmans
0179, 0037
Gradiente
0053, 0056, 0170
Granada
0037, 0208, 0339, 0502
Grandin
0282
Grundig
0037, 0535, 0554
Grunpy
0180, 0179
HCM
0282, 0009
Hallmark
0178
Hanseatic
0037
Harley Davidson
0179
Harvard
Hinari
Hisawa
Hitachi
0180, 0068
0179, 0009, 0037, 0283
0282
0145, 0056, 0032,
0109, 0151, 0576
Huanyu
0216
Hypson
0282, 0037, 0264
ICE
0264
ITT
0283
Imperial
0418
Indiana
0037
Infinity
0054
Inteq
0017
Interbuy
0068
Interfunk
0037, 0512
Intervision
0037, 0068, 0264
JBL
0054
JCB
0000
JEC
0502
JVC
0053, 0069, 0160
Janeil
0046
KEC
0180
KTV
0180, 0030, 0039, 0185, 0280
Kaisui
0282, 0009, 0216
Kamp
0216
Kawasho
0216
Kaypani
0052
Kendo
0037
Kenwood
0030, 0019
Kingsley
0216
Kloss
0046
Korpel
0037
Koyoda
0009
LG
0056
LXI
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178
Leyco
0037, 0264
Liesenk & Tter
0037
Lloytron
0032
Loewe
0512
Logik
0016, 0001
Luxman
0056
M Electronic
0009, 0037, 0068,
0109, 0287
MEI
0185
MGA
0150, 0030, 0178, 0019
MTC
0060, 0030, 0019, 0056,
0185, 0216, 0512
Magnavox
0054, 0030, 0179,
0186, 0187
Majestic
0016
Manesth
0264
Marantz
0054, 0030, 0037
Mark
0037
Matsui
0009, 0035, 0037, 0177, 0208
Matsushita
0250
Mediator
0037
Megatron
Memorex
0178, 0145, 0003
0154, 0250, 0150, 0178,
0056, 0016, 0009
Metz
0535
Midland
0047, 0017, 0051,
0039, 0032, 0135
Minerva
0535, 0554
Minutz
0021
Mitsubishi
0093, 0150, 0178,
0019, 0512, 0535
Mivar
0216
Motorola
0093
Multitech
0180, 0009, 0216
NAD
0156, 0178, 0166
NEC
0030, 0019, 0056, 0170
NEI
0037
NTC
0092
Neckermann
0037, 0554
Nesco
0179
Nikkai
0032, 0035, 0037, 0216, 0264
Nikko
0030, 0178, 0092
Nisato
0391
Nordmende
0109, 0287, 0560
Noshi
0018
Onwa
0180
Optimus
0154, 0250, 0166
Optonica
0093, 0165
Orion
0236, 0463, 0179, 0037, 0177
Osaki
0032, 0264
Osume
0032
Otto Versand 0037, 0512, 0535, 0554
Palladium
0418
Panama
0264
Panasonic
0051, 0250, 0226
Pathe Cinema
0216
Pausa
0009
Penney 0047, 0156, 0051, 0060, 0030,
0178, 0021, 0019, 0018, 0056,
0039, 0002, 0003,
0032, 0135, 0149
Phase
0032
Philco
0054, 0463, 0030, 0145, 0019
Philips
0054, 0037, 0554
Phonola
0037
Pilot
0030, 0019, 0039
Pioneer
0109, 0166, 0287
Portland
0019, 0039, 0092
Prism
0051
Profex
0009
Proscan
0047
Protech
0009, 0037, 0264, 0418
Proton
0178, 0003, 0052
Pulsar
0017, 0019
Quasar
0051, 0250, 0165
Quelle
0037, 0252, 0512, 0535, 0554
R-Line
0037
RCA
0047, 0051, 0093, 0019,
0018, 0090, 0135
Radio Shack 0047, 0154, 0165, 0180,
0030, 0178, 0019, 0056,
0039, 0032
Radiola
Realistic
0037
0154, 0165, 0180, 0030,
0178, 0019, 0056, 0039, 0032
Revox
0037
Rex
0264
Rhapsody
0185, 0216
Roadstar
0009, 0264, 0418
Runco
0017, 0030
SBR
0037
SEG
0264
SEI
0177
SSS
0180, 0019
Saba
0109, 0287
Saisho
0009, 0177, 0264
Sampo
0030, 0039, 0032, 0052
Samsung
0060, 0030, 0178, 0019,
0056, 0039, 0009, 0032,
0037, 0090, 0264, 0427
Samsux
0039
Sandra
0216
Sansei
0451
Sansui
0463
Sanyo
0154, 0159, 0208, 0339
Schneider
0037
Scimitsu
0019
Scotch
0178
Scott
0236, 0180, 0178, 0019, 0179
Sears
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178,
0179, 0056, 0149, 0159, 0171
Semivox
0180
Semp
0156
Sentra
0035, 0283
Sharp
0093, 0165, 0039
Shogun
0019
Siemens
0037, 0535, 0554
Signature
0016
Simpson
0186, 0187
Sinudyne
0177
Solavox
0032
Sonitron
0208
Sonoko
0009, 0037
Sonolor
0208
Sontec
0037
Sony
0000, 0080
Soundesign
0180, 0178, 0179, 0186
Soundwave
0037, 0418
Spectricon
0003
Squareview
0171
Standard
0009
Starlite
0180
Supra
0056
Supre-Macy
0046
Supreme
0000
Sylvania
0054, 0030
Symphonic
0171
Sysline
0037
TMK
0178, 0056, 0177
Tandy
0093
Tatung
0003, 0037
Technics
0051, 0250
Technol Ace
0179
Techwood
Teknika
0051, 0056, 0003
0054, 0180, 0150, 0060,
0019, 0179, 0056, 0016,
0039, 0092, 0186
Telefunken
0056, 0109, 0252
Teletech
0009
Teleton
0186
Texet
0216
Thomson
0109, 0287
Thorn
0035, 0037, 0512, 0535
Tomashi
0282
Toshiba
0154, 0156, 0060,
0035, 0149, 0502
Tosonic
0185
Totevision
0039
Triumph
0177
Ultra
0391
Universum
0037, 0264, 0535
Vector Research
0030
Vestel
0037
Victor
0053
Vidikron
0054
Vidtech
0178, 0019
Viking
0046
Wards 0054, 0165, 0030, 0178, 0021,
0019, 0179, 0056, 0016, 0080
Watson
0037
White Westinghouse
0037, 0216
Yamaha
0030, 0019
Yoko
0037, 0264
Zenith
0017, 0016, 0092
Zonda
0003
SETUP CODES FOR CABLE
Manufacturer
Code
ABC
1003, 1008, 1014, 1011
Allegro
1315
Archer
1797
BBT
1267
Belcor
1056
British Telecom
1003
Cable Star
1056
Citizen
1315
Colour Voice
1031
Comtronics
1040
Contec
1019
Emerson
1797
Everquest
1015, 1040
Focus
1400
GC Electronics
1056
Gemini
1015
General Instrument
1476, 1011
GoldStar
1144, 1040
Goodmind
1797
Hamlin
1020, 1259, 1009, 1034
Hitachi
1011
Jasco
Jerrold
1315
1003, 1012, 1476, 1014,
1015, 1011, 1024
MNet
1019
Magnavox
1027
Memorex
1000
Movie Time
1063
NSC
1063
Novaplex
1618
Oak
1019
Optimus
1021
PVP Stereo Visual Matrix
1003
Panasonic
1000, 1107, 1021
Paragon
1000
Philips
1027, 1031
Pioneer
1144, 1533
Popular Mechanics
1400
Prelude
1770
Pulsar
1000
RCA
1021
Radio Shack
1015, 1315
Recoton
1400
Regal
1020, 1259
Rembrandt
1011
Runco
1000
SL Marx
1040
Samsung
1144, 1040
Scientific Atlanta
1008, 1477
Signal
1015, 1040
Signature
1011
Sprucer
1021
StarSight
1422
Starcom
1003, 1015
Stargate
1015, 1040, 1770, 1797
Starquest
1015
TV86
1063
TeleCaption
1221
Teleview
1040
Timeless
1418
Tocom
1012
Toshiba
1000
Tusa
1015
United Cable
1003
Universal
1056, 1191
Viewstar
1063, 1027
Zenith
1000, 1054, 1525
Zentek
1400
SETUP CODES
FOR DBS TUNER
Manufacturer
AST
Audio Ton
Avalon
Chaparral
Connexions
DNT
Echostar
Elta
Expressvu
Fuba
Galaxis
Galaxisat
General Instrument
Huth
JSR
JVC
Jerrold
Lemon
NEC
Neusat
Next-Wave
Primestar
Radix
SAT
SatPartner
Seemann
Triad
Wisi
Zehnder
SETUP CODES
FOR VCR
Code
2321
2364
2396
2053, 2209
2396
2396
2396
2364
2775
2396
2364
2321
2361
2364
2364
2775
2361
2692
2507
2692
2732
2361
2396
2321
2692
2396
2321
2321, 2396
2321
(DSS)
AlphaStar
Echostar
General Instrument
HTS
Hitachi
Hughes Network System
Jerrold
Magnavox
Memorex
Panasonic
Philips
Primestar
RCA
Sony
Star Choice
Toshiba
Uniden
2772
2775
2869
2775
2819
2749
2627
2724
2724
2701
2724
2627
2566
2639
2869
2790
2724
Manufacturer
Code
ASA
3037, 3081
Admiral
3048
Adventura
3000
Aiko
3278
Aiwa
3037, 3000
Akai
3041, 3061, 3281, 3288
Akiba
3072
Akura
3271
Alba
3209, 3072, 3278, 3020, 3295
Ambassador
3020
American High
3035
Amstrad
3000, 3278
Anitech
3072
Asha
3240
Asuka
3037
Audiovox
3037
Baird
3000, 3104, 3041
Basic Line
3072, 3278, 3020
Beaumark
3240
Bell & Howell
3104
Blaupunkt
3162, 3034, 3195,
3226, 3227
Brandt
3187, 3320
Brandt Electronic
3041
Broksonic
3184, 3121, 3209, 3002,
3295, 3361, 3479
Bush
3209, 3072, 3278
CCE
3072, 3278
CGE
3000
Calix
3037
Canon
3035
Capehart
3020
Carver
3081
Catron
3020
Cimline
3072
Cineral
3278
Citizen
3037, 3278
Clatronic
3020
Colt
3072
Condor
3020
Craig
3037, 3047, 3240, 3072, 3271
Crown
3072, 3278, 3020
Curtis Mathes 3060, 3035, 3041, 3162
Cybernex
3240
Cyrus
3081
Daewoo
3045, 3278, 3020
Dansai
3072
Daytron
3020
De Graaf
3042, 3166
Decca
3081, 3000
Denon
3042
Dual
3041
Dumont
3081, 3000, 3104
Dynatech
3000
ESC
3240, 3278
Elbe
3038
Elcatech
3072
Electrohome
3037
Electrophonic
3037
Emerex
3032
Emerson
3037, 3184, 3000, 3121,
3043, 3209, 3002, 3278,
3036, 3061, 3068, 3208,
3212, 3295, 3361, 3479
Ferguson
3041, 3320
Fidelity
3000
Finlandia
3081, 3104
Finlux
3081, 3000, 3042, 3104
Firstline 3037, 3045, 3043, 3209, 3072
Fisher
3047, 3104, 3046, 3054, 3066
Frontech
3020
Fuji
3035, 3033
Funai
3000
GE
3060, 3035, 3048, 3240, 3202
GEC
3081
Garrard
3000
General
3020
GoldHand
3072
GoldStar
3037, 3038, 3225, 3471
Goodmans
3037, 3000, 3072, 3278,
3062, 3020
Gradiente
3000, 3008
Graetz
3240, 3104, 3041
Granada
3081, 3104, 3046
Grandin
3037, 3000, 3072
Grundig
3081, 3072, 3195, 3226
HCM
3072
HI-Q
3047
Hanseatic
3037
Harley Davidson
3000
Harman/Kardon
3038
Harwood
3072, 3068
Headquarter
3046
Hinari
3240, 3072, 3208
Hitachi
3240, 3000, 3042,
3041, 3166, 3235
Hypson
3072
ITT
3240, 3104, 3041, 3046, 3384
ITV
3037, 3278
Imperial
3000
Interfunk
3081
JVC
3067, 3041, 3008, 3384
Jensen
3041
KEC
3037, 3278
KLH
3072
Kaisui
3072
Kendo
3209
Kenwood
3067, 3041, 3038, 3384
Kodak
3035, 3037
Korpel
3072
LXI
3037
Lenco
3278
Leyco
3072
LIoyd’s
3000, 3208
Loewe
3037, 3081
Logik
3240, 3072
Luxor
3048, 3104, 3043, 3062, 3046
M Electronic
3000
MEI
3035
MGA
3240, 3043, 3061
MGN Technology
3240
MTC
3240, 3000
Magnasonic
3278
Magnavox
3035, 3039, 3081, 3000
Magnin
3240
Manesth
3045, 3072
Marantz
3035, 3081, 3062, 3295
Marta
3037
Matsui
3209, 3036, 3208, 3295
Matsushita
3035, 3162
Memorex
3035, 3037, 3048, 3039,
3047, 3240, 3000, 3104,
3162, 3046
Memphis
3072
Metz
3162, 3195, 3227
Minerva
3195
Minolta
3042
Mitsubishi
3048, 3081, 3067, 3043,
3061, 3173, 3196
Motorola
3035, 3048
Multitech
3000, 3072
Murphy
3000
NEC
3104, 3067, 3041, 3038, 3040
Neckermann
3081
Nesco
3072
Nikko
3037
Nikon
3034
Noblex
3240
Nokia
3240, 3104, 3041, 3046
Nordmende
3041, 3320, 3384
Oceanic
3000, 3041
Olympus
3035, 3226
Optimus
3037, 3048, 3104, 3162
Optonica
3062
Orion
3184, 3121, 3209, 3002,
3036, 3208, 3295, 3479
Osaki
3037, 3000, 3072
Otto Versand
3081
Palladium
3037, 3041, 3072
Panasonic
3035, 3162, 3225,
3226, 3227
Pathe Cinema
3036
Pathe Marconi
3041
Penney
3035, 3037, 3240, 3042,
3038, 3040, 3054
Pentax
3042
Perdio
3000
Philco
3035, 3209, 3038, 3479
Philips
3035, 3081, 3062, 3384
Phonola
3081
Pilot
3037
Pioneer
3081, 3067, 3162, 3235
Portland
3020
Profitronic
3240
Proline
3000
Proscan
3060, 3202
Protec
3072
Pulsar
3039
Pye
Quarter
Quartz
Quasar
Quelle
RCA
3081
3046
3046
3035, 3162
3081
3060, 3035, 3048,
3240, 3042, 3202
Radio Shack
3037, 3000
Radiola
3081
Radix
3037
Randex
3037
Realistic
3035, 3037, 3048, 3047,
3000, 3104, 3062, 3046, 3066
Rex
3041, 3384
Ricoh
3034
Roadstar
3037, 3240, 3072, 3278
Runco
3039
SBR
3081
SEG
3240
SEI
3081
STS
3042
Saba
3041, 3320, 3384
Saisho
3209, 3036, 3208
Salora
3043, 3046
Samsung
3240, 3045
Sanky
3048, 3039
Sansui 3000, 3067, 3041, 3271, 3479
Sanyo
3047, 3240, 3104, 3046
Schaub Lorenz
3000, 3104, 3041
Schneider
3081, 3000, 3072
Scott
3184, 3045, 3121, 3043, 3212
Sears
3035, 3037, 3047, 3000, 3042,
3104, 3046, 3054, 3066
Seleco
3041
Semp
3045
Sentra
3020
Sharp
3048, 3062
Shintom
3104, 3072
Shogun
3240
Siemens 3037, 3081, 3104, 3054, 3195
Silva
3037
Singer
3045, 3072
Sinudyne
3081
Solavox
3020
Sonolor
3046
Sontec
3037
Sony
3035, 3032, 3000, 3033, 3034
Sunstar
3000
Suntronic
3000
Sylvania
3035, 3081, 3000, 3043
Symphonic
3000
TMK
3240, 3036, 3208
Tashiko
3000
Tatung
3081, 3000, 3041
Teac
3000, 3041
Tec
3020
Technics
3035, 3162, 3226
Teknika
3035, 3037, 3000
Teleavia
3041
Telefunken
3041, 3187, 3320, 3384
Tenosal
3072
Tensai
Thomas
Thomson
Thorn
Toshiba
3000
3000
3041, 3320, 3384
3104, 3041, 3036
3081, 3045, 3043, 3041,
3066, 3212, 3366, 3384
Totevision
3037, 3240
Triumph
3208
Uher
3240
Unitech
3240
Universum
3037, 3081, 3240,
3000, 3195
Vector
3045
Vector Research
3038, 3040
Video Concepts
3045, 3040, 3061
Videosonic
3240
Wards
3060, 3035, 3048, 3047,
3081, 3240, 3000, 3042,
3072, 3062, 3212
White Westinghouse
3278
XR-1000
3035, 3000, 3072
Yamaha
3038
Yamishi
3072
Yokan
3072
Yoko
3240, 3020
Zenith
3039, 3000, 3033, 3034
SETUP CODES
FOR LD PLAYER
Manufacturer
Aiwa
Carver
Denon
Disco Vision
Funai
Hitachi
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
NAD
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
Realistic
Salora
Samsung
Sega
Sony
Technics
Telefunken
Theta Digital
Yamaha
Code
5203
5064, 5194, 5323
5059, 5172
5023
5203
5023
5194, 5217
5064, 5194
5059
5059
5204
5064, 5194
5059, 5023
5204
5203
5064
5323
5023
5193, 5201
5204
5059
5194
5217
SETUP CODES
FOR DVD PLAYER
Manufacturer
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Proscan
RCA
Sony
Technics
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
Code
4558
4534
4503
4521
4503
4490
4503, 4539
4525
4522
4522
4533
4490
4503
4490, 4545
4503
SETUP CODES
FOR CD PLAYER
Manufacturer
ADC
Acoustic Research
Adcom
Aiwa
Akai
Arcam
Audio Pro
Audio Research
Audio-Technica
Audio Ton
Audiolab
Audiomeca
BSR
Bestar
Burmester
Bush
California Audio Lab
Carver
Condor
Crown
Cyrus
DAK
DKK
Denon
Code
6018
6420
6155
6157, 6012, 6124
6156
6157
6437
6157
6170
6157
6157
6157
6245
6164
6420
6245
6029
6157, 6179, 6437
6164
6122
6157
6245
6000
6003, 6034
Elektra
6393, 6437
Emerson
6305, 6155, 6164
Fisher
6179, 6048, 6088, 6342
Garrard 6420, 6393, 6245, 6280, 6425
Genexxa
6032, 6305, 6164, 6426
Goodmans
6305, 6245, 6280
Grundig
6157
Harman/Kardon
6426
Hitachi
6032, 6155
JVC
6072
Kenwood
6028, 6037, 6190, 6048
Kodak
6287
Krell
6157
Kyocera
6018
LXI
6305
Linn
6157
Luxman
6093
MCS
6029, 6043
MTC
6420
Magnavox
6157, 6305
Marantz
6029, 6157, 6180
Matsui
6157
Mclntosh
6287
Memorex
6032, 6305, 6155,
6164, 6180
Meridian
6157
Micromega
6157
Mission
6157
Mitsubishi
6156
NAD
6000
NEC
6043
NSM
6157
Nagaoka
6018
Naim
6157
Nakamichi
6147
Nikko
6164, 6170
Onkyo
6101
Optimus
6000, 6032, 6179, 6305,
6037, 6420, 6048, 6145,
6468, 6087, 6280, 6342,
6426, 6437
Panasonic
6029, 6303
Parasound
6420
Philips
6157, 6287
Pioneer
6032, 6305, 6468, 6244
Poppy
6164
Proton
6157
QED
6157
Quad
6157
Quasar
6029
RCA
6179, 6305, 6053, 6155
Realistic 6179, 6420, 6155, 6164, 6180
Revox
6157
Roadstar
6461
Rotel
6157, 6420
Royal
6420
SAE
6157
STS
6018
Sansui
6157, 6305, 6202
Sanyo
6179, 6048, 6087, 6342
Scott
6305, 6155, 6164
Sears
6305
Sharp
6037, 6180, 6261
Sherwood
6114, 6180, 6426
Shure
6043
Sony
6000, 6185
Soundesign
6145, 6425
Tascam
6420
Teac
6420, 6393, 6180
Technics
6029, 6303
Universum
6157, 6437
Victor
6072
Wards
6157, 6053
Yamaha 6036, 6187, 6261, 6082, 6712
Yorx
6461
SETUP CODES
FOR MD RECORDER
Manufacturer
Kenwood
Sony
Yamaha
Code
7826
7490
7888, 7490
SETUP CODES
FOR TAPE DECK
Manufacturer
Code
ADC
8171
Aiwa
8029, 8197
Akai
8283
Arcam
8076
Carver
8029
Denon
8076
Fisher
8074
Garrard
8308, 8309, 8375
GoldStar
8375
Grundig
8029, 8375
JVC
8244, 8274, 8303, 8304, 8310
Kenwood
8071, 8092, 8233, 8234
Kyocera
8171
Magnavox
8029
Marantz
8029, 8009
Memorex
8099
Mitsubishi
8283
Onkyo
8136, 8282
Optimus
8027, 8220, 8337
Panasonic
8229
Philips
8029
Phonotrend
8337
Pioneer
8027, 8220, 8099
Revox
8029, 8190
Sansui
8029, 8009
Sanyo
8074
Sharp
8231
Sherwood
8337
Sonic
8375
Sony
8243, 8170, 8291
Teac
8280, 8289, 8308, 8309
Technics
8229
Universum
8375
Victor
8274
Wards
8027
Yamaha
8097, 8094, 8478, 8524
For Australia model
Modèle pour l’Austrarie
SETUP CODES FOR TV
Continental Edison
Manufacturer
Abex
Acura
Admiral
Adyson
Akai
Akura
Alaron
Alba
Code
0032
0009
0093, 0163, 0213
0217, 0032
0208, 0361
0218, 0264, 0369
0216
0037, 0218, 0371, 0009,
0036, 0235
Allorgan
0294
Amplivision
0217
Amstrad
0371, 0009, 0362, 0369
Anam
0009, 0068
Anitech
0009, 0068, 0076
Arcam
0216, 0217
Asberg
0076
Asuka
0218
Atlantic
0206
Audiosonic
0037, 0109
Autovox
0206, 0076, 0336
BPL
0282
BSR
0294
BTC
0218
Baird
0343
Basic Line
0218, 0009
Baur
0037, 0010, 0554, 0349, 0361
Beko
0370
Beon
0037
Binatone
0217
Blaupunkt
0554, 0191, 0195, 0200,
0213, 0327, 0328
Blue Sky
0218
Blue Star
0282
Bondstec
0247
Boots
0217
Brandt
0109, 0196, 0198,
0205, 0333, 0335
Brionvega
0362
Britannia
0216
Bush
0037, 0218, 0374, 0371, 0294,
0009, 0282, 0036, 0349
CCE
0037, 0217
CGE
0074, 0076, 0084, 0247, 0306
CS Electronics
0216
CTC
0247
Carrefour
0036
Cascade
0009
Cathay
0037
Centurion
0037
Century
0213
Cimline
0009
Clarivox
0037
Clatronic
0370, 0076, 0247
Condor
0370, 0320
Contec
0216, 0009, 0036, 0157
0196, 0198,
0205, 0333
Crosley
0074, 0076, 0084, 0213
Crown
0037, 0370, 0418, 0009, 0076
Crystal
0431
Curtis Mathes
0093
Cybertron
0218
Daewoo
0037, 0374, 0009
Dainichi
0218, 0215
Dansai
0037
Dayton
0009
De Graaf
0208
Decca
0037, 0072
Dixi
0037, 0009
Dual
0336, 0352
Dual Tec
0217
Dumont
0070
Elbe
0259
Elin
0037
Elite
0218, 0320
Elta
0009
Emerson
0282, 0213, 0361
Erres
0037, 0012
Expert
0206
Ferguson
0037, 0109, 0005, 0073,
0190, 0238, 0287, 0335, 0343
Fidelity
0216, 0361
Finlandia
0208, 0346, 0359
Finlux
0037, 0072, 0070, 0105, 0346
Firstline
0216, 0217, 0294, 0009,
0321, 0247
Fisher
0370, 0217, 0208, 0303
Flint
0455
Formenti
0037, 0320, 0213
Frontech
0264, 0431, 0163, 0247
Fujitsu
0072, 0206
Funai
0294, 0264, 0303
GE
0282, 0093
GEC
0037, 0217, 0072, 0043, 0205
GPM
0218
Geloso
0009, 0213
Genexxa
0218, 0163
GoldStar
0037, 0217, 0109,
0032, 0290
Goodmans
0037, 0217, 0374, 0371,
0072, 0036, 0235, 0317, 0343
Gorenje
0370
Gradiente
0053
Graetz
0163, 0361
Granada
0037, 0217, 0072, 0146,
0208, 0339, 0359
Grandin
0282
Grundig
0037, 0554, 0070, 0191,
0195, 0205
HCM
0009, 0282
Hanseatic
0037, 0320, 0361
Harley Davidson
0043
Harvard
0068
Hinari
0037, 0218, 0009, 0036
Hisawa
0282, 0455
Hitachi 0217, 0036, 0109, 0032, 0043,
0044, 0105, 0163, 0196,
0198, 0225, 0306, 0349
Huanyu
0216, 0374
Hypson
0037, 0282, 0264
ICE
0217, 0371, 0264
ICeS
0218
ITS
0371
ITT
0163, 0361
Imperial
0370, 0418, 0074, 0076,
0084, 0247
Indiana
0037
Ingelen
0163
Inno Hit
0072
Interbuy
0068
Interfunk
0037, 0163, 0247, 0361
Intervision
0037, 0217, 0264,
0102, 0068
Isukai
0218
JVC
0371, 0036, 0053, 0190, 0192
KTV
0217
Kaisui
0216, 0217, 0218, 0009, 0282
Kamp
0216
Kapsch
0206, 0163
Kawasho
0216
Kendo
0037, 0235, 0362
Kingsley
0216
Kneissel
0259
Korpel
0037
Koyoda
0009
Leyco
0037, 0294, 0072, 0264
Liesenk & Tter
0037
Lloytron
0032
Loewe
0075
Luma
0206
Luxor
0349, 0361
M Electronic
0037, 0217, 0374, 0009,
0109, 0068, 0105, 0163,
0287, 0346
MGA
0150
MTC
0216, 0349
Magnadyne
0102, 0247
Magnafon
0102, 0076, 0213
Magnavox
0036
Manesth
0217, 0320, 0264, 0235
Marantz
0037
Mark
0037
Matsui
0037, 0217, 0371, 0294,
0009, 0072, 0036, 0035,
0011, 0208, 0235
Matsushita
0250
McMichael
0043
Mediator
0037, 0012
Memorex
0009, 0250, 0150
Memphis
0337
Metz
0213, 0367
Midland
0032
Minerva
0554, 0070
Minoka
0369
Mitsubishi
0036, 0093, 0108, 0150
Mivar
0216, 0290, 0291, 0292
Motion
0076
Motorola
0093
Multitech 0216, 0217, 0009, 0102, 0076
NEC
0455, 0036
NEI
0037, 0431, 0337
Neckermann
0037, 0554, 0191,
0213, 0349
Nikkai
0037, 0216, 0218, 0072,
0264, 0035, 0032, 0337
Nikko
0317
Nobliko
0102, 0076
Nokia
0361
Nordmende
0109, 0196, 0198,
0213, 0287, 0343
Oceanic
0163, 0215, 0361
Optimus
0250
Optonica
0093
Orion
0037, 0294, 0320, 0321, 0235
Osaki
0217, 0218, 0072, 0264, 0032
Oso
0218
Osume
0072, 0032, 0157
Otake
0317
Otto Versand 0037, 0217, 0320, 0036,
0010, 0554, 0191, 0213,
0343, 0349
Palladium
0370, 0418
Panama
0217, 0264
Panasonic
0250, 0163, 0213, 0214,
0226, 0367
Pathe Cinema 0216, 0320, 0213, 0238
Pathe Marconi 0196, 0198, 0205, 0333
Pausa
0009
Penney
0032
Perdio
0320
Phase
0032
Philco
0074, 0076, 0084, 0213, 0247
Philips
0037, 0374, 0554, 0012,
0043, 0323
Phonola
0037, 0012
Pioneer
0109, 0163, 0287
Profex
0009, 0076, 0361
Proline
0321
Protech
0037, 0217, 0418, 0009,
0264, 0102, 0431, 0247, 0337
Pye
0012
Quasar
0250
Quelle
0037, 0010, 0554, 0011,
0070, 0074, 0084, 0200,
0213, 0306, 0327, 0328, 0361
Questa
0036
R-Line
0037
RBM
0070
RCA
0090, 0093
Radio Shack
0032
Radiola
0037, 0012, 0323
Rank Arena
0036
Realistic
0032
Rediffusion
0361
Revox
0037
Rex
0206, 0264, 0163, 0259
Rhapsody
0216
Roadstar
0218, 0418, 0009, 0264
SBR
0037, 0012, 0043
SEG
0217, 0264, 0036, 0076
SEI
0294, 0102, 0213
Saba
0109, 0075, 0163, 0196, 0198,
0205, 0213, 0287, 0335, 0343
Saccs
0238
Saisho 0009, 0264, 0431, 0011, 0235
Salora
0163, 0349, 0359, 0361
Sambers
0102, 0076, 0213
Sampo
0032
Samsung
0037, 0370, 0217, 0009,
0264, 0032, 0090, 0290
Sandra
0216
Sanyo 0072, 0036, 0011, 0146, 0157,
0208, 0213, 0339
Schaub Lorenz
0361
Schneider
0037, 0218, 0371, 0247,
0303, 0323, 0336, 0352
Sears
0146
Sei-Sinudyne
0010
Seleco
0206, 0163, 0259, 0362
Sentra
0035
Sharp
0036, 0093, 0157
Shorai
0294
Siarem
0102, 0213
Siemens
0037, 0554, 0157, 0191,
0195, 0200, 0213, 0327, 0328
Silver
0036
Sinudyne
0294, 0102, 0213, 0235
Solavox
0032, 0163
Sonitron
0208
Sonoko
0037, 0009
Sonolor
0163, 0208, 0215
Sontec
0037
Sony
0036, 0010, 0011
Soundwave
0037, 0418
Standard
0217, 0218, 0009
Stern
0206, 0163, 0259
Sunkai
0294, 0321
Susumu
0218
Sysline
0037
Tandy
0217, 0218, 0072, 0093, 0163
Tashiko
0217, 0036, 0043, 0359
Tatung
0037, 0217, 0072
Tec
0217, 0247
Technema
0320
Technics
0250
Teknika
0150
Teleavia
0205, 0333, 0343
Telefunken
0109, 0005, 0074, 0084,
0101, 0213, 0262, 0306,
0335, 0343
Telemeister
0320
Teletech
0009
Teleton
0217, 0206, 0349
Tensai
0218, 0294, 0320, 0317
Texet
0216, 0218
Thomson
0109, 0196, 0198, 0205,
0287, 0333, 0343, 0349
Thorn
0037, 0072, 0035, 0074,
0084, 0190, 0192, 0361
Thorn-Ferguson
0343
Tomashi
0282
Toshiba
0036, 0035, 0070, 0243
Trical
0157
Triumph
0243
Uher
0206, 0320, 0303
Ultra
0192
Ultravox
0102
Universum
0037, 0370, 0264,
0105, 0346
Vestel
0037
Victor
0053
Videosat
0247
Videotechnic
0217
Vidtech
0036
Vision
0320
Voxson
0163
Waltham
0217
Watson
0037, 0320
Watt Radio
0102
Wega
0036
White Westinghouse 0037, 0216, 0320
Yoko
0037, 0217, 0264, 0431
Zanussi
0206
SETUP CODES FOR CABLE
Manufacturer
SETUP CODES
FOR DBS TUNER
Code
Manufacturer
ABC
1003, 1008, 1014, 1017
Birgmingham Cable Communications
1276
British Telecom
1003, 1105
Cabletime
1161, 1271, 1377
Clyde
1086
Contec
1019
Decsat
1423
Filmnet
1443
France Telecom
1451
GEC
1086
General Instrument
1276
GoldStar
1144
Jerrold
1003, 1276, 1014
MNet
1443, 1019
Magnavox
1032
Memorex
1000
Movie Time
1156
NSC
1156
Oak
1019
PVP Stereo Visual Matrix
1003
Panasonic
1000
Paragon
1000
Pioneer
1144, 1260
Pulsar
1000
Runco
1000
STS
1156
Salora
1382
Samsung
1144
Satbox
1375
Scientific Atlanta
1008, 1277, 1017
Starcom
1003
Tele+1
1443
Teleservice
1281
Toshiba
1000
Tudi
1286
United Cable
1003
Videoway
1250
Westminster
1105
Zenith
1000
Code
AST
2321, 2351
Alba
2455, 2421, 2362, 2613
Aldes
2288
Allantide
2333
Amstrad 2080, 2252, 2345, 2461, 2501
Ankaro 2369, 2288, 2220, 2519, 2217
Anttron
2421, 2183
Arcon
2368
Armstrong
2243
Astra
2108, 2539
Astro
2520, 2173, 2358, 2501
Avalon
2396
Axis
2369, 2530
BT
2668
Barcom
2217
Beko
2189
Best
2369, 2217
Blaupunkt
2173
Boca
2243, 2513
Brain Wave
2332
Bush
2067
CNT
2520
Cambridge
2344
Channel Master
2362
Chaparral
2053, 2209
CityCom
2394
Commlink
2288
Connexions
2396
Crown
2243
Cyrus
2200
D-box
2723
DDC
2362
DNT
2396, 2200
Diskxpress
2217
Drake
2268
EIF
2417
Echostar
2396, 2871
Emanon
2421
FTE
2331
Ferguson
2183, 2067, 2189, 2336
Fidelity
2252
Finlux
2455, 2108, 2344, 2397
Fracarro
2871
Freecom
2421, 2335
Fuba
2421, 2369, 2396, 2217,
2297, 2417
G-Sat
2183
Galaxis
2288, 2834, 2863
Galaxisat
2321
GoldStar
2335
Gooding
2571
Goodmans
2189
Grothusen
2335
Grundig
2571, 2173, 2189, 2328
Harting und Helling
2333
Hinari
2183
Hirschmann
2502, 2173, 2573,
2287, 2333, 2397, 2398
Hitachi
2455
Houston
2668
Huth
2243, 2288, 2220, 2346
ITT
2108
InVideo
2871
Intervision
2592
JVC
2571
Johansson
2332
Kathrein
2173, 2200, 2092, 2331,
2358, 2394, 2442, 2480, 2504
Kosmos
2331, 2335
Kreiselmeyer
2173
Kyostar
2421
La Sat
2520, 2513, 2464
Lemon
2692
Lenco
2421, 2335
Lennox
2592
Lupus
2369
Luxor
2573, 2108
Manhattan
2455, 2592, 2520
Marantz
2200
Maspro
2092, 2328, 2336
Matsui
2571, 2344
Mediamarkt
2243
Micro Technology
2333, 2539
Minerva
2571
Morgan’s
2243, 2513
Multistar
2331, 2464
Muratto
2335
Navex
2332
Neuhaus
2501
Neusat
2692, 2834
Newhaus
2220
Nikko
2360
Nokia
2455, 2573, 2108, 2328,
2397, 2873
Nordmende
2362
Orbitech
2501
Oxford
2344
Pace
2455, 2183, 2067, 2328,
2336, 2791
Palcom
2297
Palladium
2571
Palsat
2501
Panda
2455
Philips
2455, 2571, 2200, 2292, 2328
Phonotrend
2288, 2592
Planet
2871
Plasmatic
2442
Polytron
2394
Promax
2455
Prosat
2288
Quadral
2362, 2519
RFT
2288, 2220, 2200
Radiola
2200
Radix
2396, 2882
SAT
2321, 2351, 2461
SEG
2421, 2369, 2539
STVI
2417
Saba
2520, 2336
Sabre
2455
Sagem
2820
Salora
2108
Samsung
SatPartner
2287
2421, 2332, 2520, 2502,
2335, 2692
Satcom
2605, 2346
Satec
2183, 2328
Satmaster
2346
Schwaiger
2183, 2394, 2504
Seemann
2396, 2530
Siemens
2173
Skymaster
2288, 2605, 2519
Star Trak
2421
Strong
2421
Sunstar
2513
TPS
2820
Tantec
2455, 2297, 2336
TechniSat
2262, 2501
Techniland
2346
Telefunken
2421
Teleka
2243, 2613
Telesat
2605
Thomson
2455
Tonna
2668, 2346
Triad
2321, 2333, 2335, 2351
Triasat
2501
Unitor
2332, 2217
Universum
2571, 2173
Vector
2333
Ventana
2200
Vortec
2421
Vtech
2351
Wevasat
2333
Winersat
2332
Wisi
2455, 2396, 2173, 2321,
2351, 2372, 2406, 2407
XSat
2889
Xcom Multimedia
2889
Zehnder
2520, 2321, 2331
SETUP CODES FOR VCR
Manufacturer
Emerson
Code
ASA
3037, 3081
Admiral
3048
Adventura
3000
Aiko
3278
Aiwa
3000, 3037, 3307, 3348, 3352
Akai
3315, 3106, 3041, 3053
Akiba
3072
Alba
3072, 3020, 3278, 3209,
3315, 3352
Ambassador
3020
Amstrad
3000, 3278, 3325, 3332
Anitech
3072
Asha
3240
Asuka
3037
Audiovox
3037
Baird
3000, 3041, 3104, 3107
Basic Line
3072, 3020, 3278
Beaumark
3240
Bell & Howell
3104
Blaupunkt
3034, 3226, 3195,
3003, 3006, 3154,
3162, 3227, 3403
Brandt
3320, 3187, 3321
Brandt Electronic
3041
Broksonic
3209
Bush
3072, 3278, 3209, 3352
CCE
3072, 3278
CGE
3000
Calix
3037
Capehart
3020
Carver
3081
Catron
3020
Cimline
3072
Cineral
3278
Citizen
3037, 3278
Clatronic
3020
Colt
3072
Combitech
3352
Condor
3020
Craig
3072, 3037, 3047, 3240
Crown
3072, 3020, 3278
Curtis Mathes
3041, 3162
Cybernex
3240
Cyrus
3081
Daewoo
3020, 3278, 3045
Dansai
3072
Daytron
3020
De Graaf
3042, 3166
Decca
3000, 3081
Denon
3042
Dual
3041
Dumont
3000, 3081, 3104
Dynatech
3000
ESC
3278, 3240
Elbe
3038
Elcatech
3072
Electrohome
3037
Electrophonic
3037
Emerex
3032
Ferguson
Fidelity
Finlandia
Finlux
Firstline
Fisher
Frontech
Fuji
Funai
GE
GEC
Garrard
General
Go Video
GoldHand
GoldStar
Goodmans
3000, 3037, 3278, 3209,
3036, 3043, 3088
3320, 3041, 3107, 3321
3000
3081, 3104
3000, 3081, 3042, 3104
3072, 3037, 3209,
3045, 3043
3046, 3047, 3054, 3104
3020
3033
3000
3048, 3240
3081
3000
3020
3432
3072
3037, 3038, 3225
3072, 3000, 3020,
3037, 3278, 3403
Gradiente
3000, 3008
Graetz
3005, 3041, 3104, 3240
Granada
3081, 3046, 3104
Grandin
3072, 3000, 3037
Grundig
3072, 3081, 3347, 3226,
3195, 3003, 3006, 3007,
3207, 3349, 3403
HCM
3072
HI-Q
3047
Hanseatic
3037
Harley Davidson
3000
Harman/Kardon
3038
Harwood
3072
Headquarter
3046
Hinari
3072, 3004, 3240, 3352
Hitachi
3000, 3004, 3042, 3041,
3166, 3235, 3240
Hypson
3072
ITT
3106, 3046, 3384, 3005,
3041, 3104, 3240
ITV
3037, 3278
Imperial
3000
Ingersol
3004
Interfunk
3081
JVC
3067, 3384, 3008, 3041,
3206, 3207, 3486
Jensen
3041
KEC
3037, 3278
KLH
3072
Kaisui
3072
Kendo
3209, 3106
Kenwood
3067, 3384, 3038, 3041
Kodak
3037
Korpel
3072
LXI
3037
Lenco
3278
Leyco
3072
LIoyd’s
3000
Loewe
3037, 3004, 3081, 3006
Logik
3072, 3004, 3240
Luxor
3106, 3048, 3046, 3043, 3104
M Electronic
MGA
MGN Technology
MTC
Magnasonic
Magnavox
Magnin
Manesth
Marantz
Marta
Matsui
3000
3043, 3240
3240
3000, 3240
3278
3000, 3081
3240
3072, 3045
3081, 3003, 3006
3037
3209, 3004, 3036,
3088, 3348, 3352
Matsushita
3162
Memorex
3000, 3037, 3048,
3046, 3047, 3104,
3162, 3240, 3307
Memphis
3072
Metz
3347, 3195, 3003,
3006, 3162, 3227
Minerva
3195, 3006
Minolta
3042
Mitsubishi
3081, 3067, 3048, 3043
Motorola
3048
Multitech
3072, 3000
Murphy
3000
NEC
3067, 3038, 3041, 3104
Neckermann
3081
Nesco
3072
Nikko
3037
Nikon
3034
Noblex
3240
Nokia
3106, 3046, 3041, 3104, 3240
Nordmende
3320, 3384, 3041,
3297, 3321
Oceanic
3000, 3041
Okano
3315, 3348
Olympus
3226
Optimus 3037, 3432, 3048, 3104, 3162
Orion
3209, 3004, 3036,
3088, 3348, 3352
Osaki
3072, 3000, 3037
Otto Versand
3081
Palladium
3072, 3037, 3006, 3041
Panasonic
3226, 3162, 3225, 3227
Pathe Cinema
3036
Pathe Marconi
3041
Penney 3037, 3042, 3038, 3054, 3240
Pentax
3042
Perdio
3000
Philco
3209, 3038
Philips
3081, 3384, 3403
Phonola
3081
Pilot
3037
Pioneer
3081, 3067, 3162, 3235
Portland
3020
Profex
3322
Profitronic
3240
Proline
3000
Protec
3072
Pye
3081
Quarter
3046
Quartz
3046
Quasar
3162
Quelle
RCA
RFT
Radio Shack
Radiola
Radix
Randex
Realistic
3081
3106, 3042, 3048, 3240
3403
3000, 3037
3081
3037
3037
3000, 3037, 3048,
3046, 3047, 3104
Rex
3384, 3041
Ricoh
3034
Roadstar
3072, 3037, 3278, 3240
SBR
3081
SEG
3322, 3240
SEI
3004, 3081
STS
3042
Saba
3320, 3384, 3041, 3206,
3207, 3297, 3321
Saisho
3209, 3004, 3036, 3088
Salora
3106, 3046, 3043
Samsung
3432, 3045, 3053, 3240
Sanky
3048
Sansui
3000, 3067, 3041
Sanyo
3046, 3047, 3104, 3240
Saville
3352
Schaub Lorenz
3000, 3005,
3041, 3104
Schneider
3072, 3000, 3081
Scott
3045, 3043
Sears
3000, 3037, 3042, 3046,
3047, 3054, 3104
Seleco
3041
Semp
3045
Sentra
3020
Sharp
3048
Shintom
3072, 3104
Shogun
3240
Shorai
3004
Siemens
3037, 3081, 3195, 3003,
3006, 3054, 3104
Silva
3037
Singer
3072, 3045
Sinudyne
3004, 3081
Solavox
3020
Sonolor
3046
Sontec
3037
Sony
3000, 3032, 3033, 3034, 3011
Sunkai
3348
Sunstar
3000
Suntronic
3000
Sylvania
3000, 3081, 3043
Symphonic
3000
TMK
3036, 3240
Tashiko
3000
Tatung
3000, 3081, 3041
Teac
3000, 3041
Tec
3020
Technics
3226, 3162
Teknika
3000, 3037
Teleavia
3041
Telefunken
3320, 3384, 3041,
3187, 3321
Tenosal
3072
Tensai
Thomas
Thomson
Thorn
Toshiba
3322, 3000
3000
3320, 3384, 3041
3036, 3041, 3104
3081, 3045, 3384,
3041, 3043
Totevision
3037, 3240
Towada
3322
Uher
3240
Unitech
3240
Universum
3000, 3037, 3081, 3106,
3195, 3006, 3240, 3325
Vector
3045
Vector Research
3038
Video Concepts
3045
Videosonic
3240
Wards
3072, 3000, 3081, 3042,
3048, 3047, 3240
White Westinghouse
3278
XR-1000
3072, 3000
Yamaha
3038
Yamishi
3072
Yokan
3072
Yoko
3020, 3240
Zenith
3000, 3033, 3034
SETUP CODES
FOR DVD PLAYER
Manufacturer
Kenwood
Magnavox
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Sony
Technics
Thomson
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
Code
4534
4503
4503
4490
4539, 4503
4525
4533
4490
4551
4503
4490, 4545
4503
SETUP CODES
FOR LD PLAYER
Manufacturer
Aiwa
Carver
Cyrus
Denon
Disco Vision
Funai
Hitachi
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
NAD
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
Radiola
Realistic
Salora
Sega
Sharp
Sony
Technics
Telefunken
Theta Digital
Thorn
Yamaha
Code
5203
5064, 5194
5388
5059, 5172
5023
5203
5023
5194, 5217
5064, 5194
5059
5059
5204, 5496
5064, 5388, 5194
5023, 5059
5204
5388
5203
5064
5023
5001
5193, 5201
5204, 5496
5059
5194
5014
5217
SETUP CODES
FOR CD PLAYER
Manufacturer
Aiwa
Akai
Alba
Arcam
Audio Research
Audio Ton
Audiolab
Audiomeca
BSR
Bestar
Binatone
California Audio Lab
Carver
Condor
Cyrus
DKK
Denon
Dual
Emerson
Fisher
GE
Genexxa
GoldStar
Code
6124, 6157, 6419
6108, 6156, 6199
6536, 6288, 6334
6157
6157
6157
6157
6157
6134
6164
6452
6029
6157, 6179
6134, 6164
6157
6000
6003, 6034
6196
6164
6048, 6179, 6342
6334
6032, 6164
6525, 6383
Goodmans
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
JVC
Kenwood
Kodak
Krell
Linn
Luxman
M Electronic
MCS
Magnavox
Marantz
Matsui
Mclntosh
Memorex
Meridian
Micromega
Mission
Mitsubishi
NAD
NSM
Naim
Nikko
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Poppy
Proton
QED
Quad
Quasar
RCA
Realistic
Revox
Roadstar
Rotel
SAE
Sansui
Sanyo
Schneider
Scott
Sharp
Sherwood
Siemens
Signature
Sony
Teac
Technics
Toshiba
Universum
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Yorx
6536
6157
6108, 6173
6032, 6291
6072
6037, 6523, 6028,
6048, 6190
6287
6157
6157
6328
6525
6029
6157, 6038, 6129
6157, 6029, 6038, 6129
6157, 6288, 6307
6287
6032, 6164
6157
6157
6157
6108, 6156
6000
6157
6157
6525, 6164
6101, 6102
6000, 6032, 6037, 6536,
6048, 6179, 6196, 6342
6303, 6029, 6367
6157, 6274, 6287
6032
6164
6157
6157
6157
6029
6179
6164, 6179
6157, 6113
6461, 6525, 6527
6157
6157
6157, 6202, 6513
6048, 6179, 6342
6134
6164
6037, 6262, 6265
6114, 6196
6516
6108
6000, 6490
6378
6207, 6303, 6029
6481
6157
6072
6157, 6108
6036, 6082, 6187, 6712
6461
SETUP CODES
FOR MD RECORDER
Manufacturer
Kenwood
Sony
Yamaha
Code
7826
7490
7888, 7490
SETUP CODES
FOR TAPE DECK
Manufacturer
Aiwa
Akai
Arcam
Carver
Denon
Fisher
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
JVC
Kenwood
Code
8029, 8197, 8200
8188, 8189
8076
8029
8076, 8412
8074
8029
8182
8244, 8273, 8274
8070, 8071, 8092,
8205, 8233, 8234
Magnavox
8029
Marantz
8029, 8009
Memorex
8099, 8101
Mitsubishi
8189
Onkyo
8136, 8135
Optimus
8027, 8220
Panasonic
8229
Philips
8029
Pioneer
8027, 8099, 8101, 8220
Revox
8029
Sansui
8029, 8009
Sanyo
8074
Sharp
8205
Sony
8170, 8243
Technics
8229
Victor
8273, 8274
Wards
8027
Yamaha 8094, 8097, 8205, 8478, 8524
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Quick Reference Card
m AMP/TUN
POWER
m TAPE/MD
AMP/TUN
STANDBY
POWER
STANDBY
POWER
CD
4
CD
1
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
JAZZ CLUB
DVD/LD
4
8
EXT. DEC.
+10
ROCK
CHURCH
V-AUX
7
HALL
PHONO
9
7
TEST
HALL
+100
EXT. DEC.
TEST
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
MONO MOVIE
INPUT
5
ROCK
PHONO
0
/DTS
SURROUND
3
DISCO
DVD/LD
EXT. DEC.
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
MONO MOVIE
INPUT
MOVIE
THEATER 1
0
EFCT
DSP
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
VOLUME
UP/DOWN
(TV VOLUME)
ON SCREEN
VOLUME
INDEX
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
SLEEP
VCR REC
TV
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
CD
3
1
VCR
6
MONO MOVIE
INPUT
DISCO
DVD/LD
4
5
V-AUX
8
+10
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ROCK
CHURCH
PHONO
9
7
TEST
HALL
+100
EXT. DEC.
CLEAR
0
EFCT
DSP
SET MENU
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
DISC SKIP
CH
1
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
REWIND
BACKWARD
(MD)
DSP
POWER
4
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
ROCK
CHURCH
PHONO
9
7
TEST
HALL
+100
EXT. DEC.
CLEAR
0
DISC SKIP
PRESET
EFCT
DSP
CH
DISCO
VCR
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CH
(TV VOLUME)
DISC SKIP
CH
VOLUME
TV INPUT
A/B
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
INDEX
DISPLAY (MD)
DECK A/B
PAUSE
DIR B
SKIP (MD)
STOP
FAST
FORWARD
(TV POWER)
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
(TV VOLUME)
(TV POWER)
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
PAUSE
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
DIR
A
STOP
FAST
FORWARD
PLAY
SUBTITLE (DVD)/
BACKWARD (LD)
(TV INPUT)
A/B
/
SKIP/SEARCH
DIR
A
DISPLAY
DISP
POWER
PAUSE
SKIP
BACKWARD
CH
INDEX
SLEEP
A/B
/
PLAY
(TV INPUT)
ON/OFF
VOLUME
DISPLAY
DISP
POWER
CLEAR
TV
MUTE
ON SCREEN
9
TEST
+100
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
MUTE
TV
CHURCH
ENTER
TV
SLEEP
3
2
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
MUTE
DISP
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
A/B/C/D/E
ON/OFF
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF (DVD)
m DSP
DVD/LD
CODE SET
/
ON/OFF
MONO MOVIE
INPUT
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
CODE SET
INDEX
DIR
A
STANDBY
CODE SET
SLEEP
VCR REC
CD
3
ENTER
TV
POWER
REC/PAUSE
/DTS
SURROUND
TAPE/MD
2
A/B/C/D/E
ON/OFF
VOLUME
(TV POWER)
POWER
DVD/LD
(TV VOLUME)
DIR A
SKIP (MD)
PLAY
DIR
B
SELECT
ON/OFF
LEVEL
(TV POWER)
TV INPUT
A/B
/
DIR
A
ON SCREEN
/DTS
SURROUND
MOVIE
THEATER 2
2
DVD/LD
POWER
TAPE/MD
TV SPORTS
JAZZ CLUB
STANDBY
CD
TV/DBS
DSP
CODE SET
MUTE
POWER
POWER
A/B/C/D/E
EFFECT ON/OFF
PRESET +/–
MUTE
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
m DVD/LD
CD
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
DISC SKIP
PRESET
m CD
TAPE/MD
TUNER
1
STANDBY
POWER
AMP/TUN
/DTS
SURROUND
TAPE/MD
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
STOP
ANGLE (DVD)/
FAST
FORWARD (LD)
AUDIO (DVD)
STANDBY
DSP
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
1
DSP program
MONO MOVIE
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
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Quick Reference Card
m DVD MENU
DVDMENU
m VCR
POWER
POWER
STANDBY
m CBL/DBS
VCR
POWER
STANDBY
POWER
POWER
1
MONO MOVIE
Numeric
keys
DVD/LD
4
ROCK
PHONO
7
HALL
EXT. DEC.
0
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
1
VCR
DVD/LD
4
6
ROCK
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
PHONO
CHURCH
7
9
HALL
TEST
+100
CLEAR
CLEAR
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
CH
MONO MOVIE
CHANNEL
DISCO
EXT. DEC.
CHANNEL
ENTER
0
CH
CODE SET
CHANNEL
(TV VOLUME) +(UP)/–(DOWN)
MOVIE
THEATER 2
/DTS
SURROUND
TAPE/MD
CD
3
1
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
V-AUX
8
DVD/LD
4
+10
ROCK
CHURCH
PHONO
9
7
TEST
HALL
+100
EXT. DEC.
CHANNEL
ENTER
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
CH
MONO MOVIE
CHANNEL
5
JAZZ CLUB
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
ON/OFF
TV
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
DISC SKIP
CD
3
ENTER
+10
/DTS
SURROUND
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
2
TV SPORTS
TV/DBS
POWER
STANDBY
0
CH
CHANNEL
(TV VOLUME) +(UP)/–(DOWN)
/DTS
SURROUND
CD
3
1
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
6
V-AUX
8
+10
ROCK
PHONO
9
7
HALL
+100
+100
CLEAR
EFCT
CH
TV
CHANNEL
(TV VOLUME) +(UP)/–(DOWN)
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
(TV POWER)
VCR REC
TV
MENU SELECT
SET UP
TITLE
DIR
A
TV INPUT
(TV INPUT)
A/B
/
MENU LEFT
ON SCREEN
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
MENU UP
MENU RIGHT
MENU DOWN
RETURN
MENU
VOLUME
(TV POWER)
VCR REC (*1)
PLAY
REWIND
DISP
POWER
VCR REC
TV
ON SCREEN
TV INPUT
A/B
/
INDEX
DISPLAY
(TV INPUT)
PAUSE
DIR
A
SELECT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
STOP
FAST
FORWARD
*1: Press this key twice to start recording.
Appuyer deux fois sur cette touche pour démarrer l’enregistrement.
Diese Taste zweimal drücken, um die Aufnahme zu starten.
Tryck två gånger på denna knapp för att starta inspelningen.
DISP
SLEEP
POWER
(TV POWER)
MENU SELECT
MENU LEFT
VCR REC
TV
DIR
A
SELECT
TV INPUT
DIR
B
SET UP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
AUDIO
ON/OFF
DISPLAY
ON SCREEN
A/B
/
0
(TV INPUT)
MENU UP
MENU RIGHT
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
3
2
DISCO
TV SPORTS
VCR
TV/DBS
6
5
JAZZ CLUB
V-AUX
8
+10
CHURCH
9
TEST
+100
TV EFFECT
ON/OFF
CLEAR
ENTER
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
EFCT
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CH
ON/OFF
CH
TV
TV VOLUME
CODE SET
TV MUTE
MUTE
INDEX
SLEEP
EXT. DEC.
CHANNEL
ENTER
ON/OFF
CODE SET
VOLUME
TITLE/INDEX
INDEX
4
TEST
ENTER
MUTE
DVD/LD
CHURCH
A/B/C/D/E
CH
MONO MOVIE
CHANNEL
5
JAZZ CLUB
DISC SKIP
PRESET
CODE SET
MOVIE
THEATER 2
TAPE/MD
TV/DBS
DSP
ON/OFF
TV
MOVIE
THEATER 1
TUNER
MUTE
VOLUME
STANDBY
TV
CBL/DBS
DVDMENU
CD
TV
POWER
VCR
/DTS
SURROUND
m TV
CBL/DBS
MUTE
VOLUME
INDEX
TV SLEEP
POWER
VCR REC
(VCR)
DISP
SLEEP
TV
ON SCREEN
A/B
/
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
TV INPUT
TV POWER
MENU DOWN
RECALL
DIR
A
SET UP
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
SELECT
DIR
B
RETURN
ANGLE
AUDIO
TITLE
MENU
TITLE
MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
LEVEL
SET MENU
MENU
(VCR)
Premere due volte questo tasto per iniziare la registrazione.
Oprima dos veces esta tecla para empezar a grabar.
Druk tweemaal op deze toets om met opnemen te beginnen.
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