Zanussi FLN 1007 Owner`s manual

owner’s manual
Audio/Video Receiver
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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alert you to the presence of
dangerous voltage inside the
product that can cause shock.
Do not open the product’s
case.
This receiver is made and tested to meet
exacting safety standards. It meets both UL
and FCC requirements and complies with
safety performance standards of the US
Department of Health and Human Services.
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alert you to important operating and maintenance instructions in this owner’s manual.
OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE
COVER. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Careful attention is devoted to quality standards in
the manufacture of your receiver, and safety is a
major factor in its design. However, safety is also
your responsibility.
This section lists important information that will
help you properly use and enjoy your receiver and
accessories. Read all the included safety and
operating instructions before using your receiver,
follow them closely, and retain them for future
reference.
Heed Warnings — Follow all warnings on the
product and in the operating instructions.
Cleaning — Unplug this product from the wall outlet
before cleaning. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning.
Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Attachments — Do not use attachments/
accessories not recommended by the product
manufacturer, as they might create a hazard.
Water and Moisture — Do not use this product near
water (for example, near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or
near a swimming pool).
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Accessories — Do not place this product on an
unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or
adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only
with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer or sold with the
product. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for
mounting, and use a recommended mounting
accessory.
Carts — Move the product
on a cart carefully. Quick
stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause
the product/cart to overturn.
Ventilation — Slots and
openings in the cabinet
provide ventilation, ensure
reliable operation, and
protect from overheating. Do not block or cover
these openings, and do not place the product on a
bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. Do not place
the product in a built-in bookcase or rack unless it
provides proper ventilation as specified by the
manufacturer.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Power Sources — Operate this product using only
the power source indicated on its marking label. If
you are not sure of your home’s power type, consult
your product dealer or local power company.
Polarization — This product is equipped with a
polarized AC line plug (a plug having one blade
wider than the other). This plug will fit in the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you
cannot insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug still does not fit,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug. If you need an extension, use a
polarized cord.
Power-Cord Protection — Route power-supply cords
so they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed on or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the product.
Lightning — For added protection for this product
during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to
the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
Overloading — Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric
shock.
Objects and Liquids — Never push objects of any
kind into this product through openings, as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts
that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never
spill liquid of any kind on the product.
Servicing — Do not attempt to service this product
yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service — Unplug this product
from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
• When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the product.
• When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
Replacement Parts — When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service technician uses
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or
having the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
Safety Check — Upon completion of service or
repairs to this product, ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the product
is in proper operating condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mount — The product should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended
by the manufacturer.
Heat — The product should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding — If an outside
antenna or cable system is connected to the
product, be sure the antenna or cable 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. See Figure A.
Lightning — For added protection for this product
during a lightning storm, or when it is left
unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to
the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
Fig. A
ANTENNA
GROUND
CLAMP
LEAD IN
WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
GROUNDING
• If the product does not operate normally by
EQUIPMENT
CONDUCTORS
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
those controls that are covered by the operating
GROUND CLAMPS
instructions, as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
the product to normal operation.
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
• If the product has been dropped or damaged in
NEC — NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
any way.
• If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
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Table of Contents
Introductory Information
Supplied Accessories ............................. 7
To Improve AM Reception .............. 18
Placing the Receiver .............................. 7
Connecting Speakers ........................... 19
Avoiding Magnetic Interference ............. 7
Speaker Terminals ........................... 20
Installing the Batteries ........................... 7
A and B Speaker Systems ................ 20
Operating the Remote Control .............. 7
Hints on Speaker Placement ............ 21
5 Minute Guide
Introduction to Home Theater ............... 8
Listening to Surround Sound ................ 9
Using the Quick Setup ........................ 12
Connecting Your Equipment
Audio/Video Cables ............................. 13
S-Video Cables .................................... 13
AC Outlet ............................................ 22
Operating other Components .............. 22
Controls and Displays
Front Panel .......................................... 23
Display ................................................ 24
Remote Control ................................... 26
Playing Sources
Component Video Cables .................... 13
Introduction to Sound Modes .............. 29
Digital Audio Cables/
Optical Cables ..................................... 13
Stereo/Direct ................................... 29
Connecting Digital Components ......... 14
Connecting Audio Components .......... 15
Connecting DVD 5.1 Channel
Components ........................................ 16
Connecting Video Components ........... 17
Standard Modes .............................. 29
Advanced Surround Modes ............. 29
Choosing the Input Signal ................... 30
Listening to Multi-Channel
Playback .............................................. 31
Using Stereo/Direct ............................. 31
Connecting to the Front
Panel Video Terminal ...................... 17
Using Advanced Surround .................. 31
Connecting Antennas .......................... 18
Using Loudness and
Midnight listening ............................... 32
FM Wire Antenna ........................... 18
AM Loop Antenna ........................... 18
Antenna Snap Connectors ............... 18
Using External Antennas ..................... 18
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To Improve FM Reception ............... 18
Using the Tone Controls ...................... 32
Playing Other Sources ......................... 33
Selecting the Multi-Channel
Analog Inputs ...................................... 33
Table of Contents
Setting Up the Receiver
Choosing Your Receiver Setup ............. 34
Speaker Setting ............................... 35
Subwoofer Setting ........................... 35
Crossover Frequency Setting ........... 35
LFE Attenuator Setting .................... 36
Front Speaker Distance Setting ........ 36
Center Speaker Distance Setting ...... 36
Surround Speaker
Distance Setting .............................. 37
Controlling the Rest of Your System
Setting the Remote to Control
Other Components ............................. 44
Selecting Preset Codes
Directly ............................................... 44
Searching for Preset Codes .................. 45
Erasing a Remote Control
Button Setting ..................................... 46
Clearing All Remote
Control Settings .................................. 46
Direct Function ................................... 46
Dynamic Range Control Setting ...... 37
Confirming Preset Codes ..................... 47
Dual Mono Setting .......................... 37
Controls for TVs .................................. 48
Component Video Input Settings .... 38
Controls for Other Components .......... 49
Coaxial Digital Input Settings .......... 38
Preset Code List .................................. 51
Optical Digital Input Setting ........... 38
Setting the Relative Volume
Level of Each Channel ......................... 39
Additional Information
Troubleshooting .................................. 62
Specifications ...................................... 64
Using the Tuner
Listening to the Radio ......................... 40
Improving FM Stereo Sound ........... 40
Tuning Directly to a Station ............. 40
Saving Station Presets .......................... 41
Listening to Station Presets .................. 42
Naming Station Presets ........................ 42
Making a Recording
Making an Audio or a
Video Recording .................................. 43
Monitoring Your Recording ............. 43
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Introductory Information
Congratulations on buying this fine RCA product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your
model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe
place for future reference.
Your RCA Audio/Video Receiver has the following benefits.
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— DTS is a digital sound system
introduced in theaters. Playback of DVDs, LDs, and CDs recorded in DTS audio creates the
environment of a theater or the sensation of a concert hall in your home.
DTS* (Digital Theater Systems) Decoder Equipped
Dolby** Digital and Dolby Pro Logic II — No need to worry about program formats! When
playing Dolby Digital or Dolby Surround software in the Standard mode, decoding switches
automatically according to the input signal. You can also use Dolby Pro Logic II to create a
surround sound listening experience with stereo sources. All you have to do is sit back and
enjoy!
Advanced Surround Modes — Five sound modes that enhance DTS and Dolby Surround
performance by simulating the ambience of listening environments such as a movie theater
(MOVIE) or a concert hall (MUSIC). The EXPANDED mode lets you enjoy Dolby Surround
encoded software in simulated Dolby Digital. 5-CHANNEL STEREO gives multi-channel
sound from stereo sources, and the VIRTUAL REAR CENTER CHANNEL effect gives you an
incredible surround sound listening experience by adding a simulated back surround speaker
to your setup!
Midnight Listening Mode — Lets you enjoy quality surround sound effects, even at low
volumes.
DVD 5.1 Channel Input — A special 5.1 channel input makes the receiver fully compatible
with Dolby Digital decoders and DVD players with 5.1 channel outputs.
Energy-Saving Design — This receiver is designed to use minimal electricity when power is
switched OFF (in Standby mode).
Remote Control of Other Components — The supplied remote control can be used to operate
a variety of other components simply by recalling the appropriate preset code. In addition,
the multi-operation functions allow you to perform a variety of operations automatically.
* "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
** Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential unpublished works. © 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories.
All Rights Reserved.
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©2002 RadioShack Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Introductory Information
Supplied Accessories
Please check that you have received the
following supplied accessories:
• AM loop antenna
• FM wire antenna
• Remote control
• Owner’s manual
Placing the Receiver
Please note the following points:
• Do not place objects directly on top of
this unit. This prevents proper heat
dispersal.
• When installing on a rack, shelf, etc., be
sure to leave more than 8 inches (20 cm.)
of space above the receiver.
Avoiding Magnetic
Interference
Make sure not to bend the cables over the
top of this unit (as
shown in the
illustration). If this
happens, the
magnetic field
produced by the
transformers in
this unit may cause a humming noise from
the speakers.
Installing the Batteries
The remote control operates on two AA
batteries (not supplied). We recommend
RadioShack alkaline batteries for longest life.
Cautions:
Incorrect use of batteries may result in such
hazards as leakage and bursting. Observe
the following precautions:
• Never use new and old batteries together.
• Insert the plus and minus sides of the
batteries properly according to the marks
in the battery case.
• Batteries with the same shape may have
different voltages. Do not use different
batteries together.
• When disposing of used batteries, please
comply with governmental regulations or
environmental rules that apply in your
country or area.
Operating the Remote
Control
The remote control may not work properly
if:
• There are obstacles between the remote
control and the receiver's remote sensor.
• Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is
shining onto the remote sensor.
• The receiver is located near a device that
is emitting infrared rays.
• The receiver is operated simultaneously
with another infrared remote control
unit.
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30
7
23ft (7m)
5 Minute Guide
Introduction to Home Theater
You are probably used to using stereo equipment to listen to music, but may not be used to
home theater systems that give you many more options (such as surround sound) when
listening to soundtracks.
Home theater refers to the use of multiple audio channels to create a surround sound effect,
making you feel like you are in the middle of the action or concert. The surround sound you
get from a home theater system depends not only on the speakers you have set up in your
room, but also on the source and the sound settings of the receiver.
DVD-Video has become the basic source material for home theater due to its size, quality,
and ease of use. Depending on the disc, you can have up to seven channels, each being sent
to a different speaker in your system. This is what creates a surround sound effect and gives
you the feeling of ‘being there’.
This receiver will automatically decode Dolby Digital, DTS, or Dolby Surround DVD-Video
discs, according to your speaker setup. In most cases, you will not have to make changes for
realistic surround sound, but other possibilities (like listening to a CD with multi-channel
surround sound) are explained in “Playing Sources” on page 29.
Note:
Depending on your DVD player or source discs, you may only get digital 2 channel stereo
and analog sound. In this case, the listening mode must be set to Standard (it should already
be set—see page 31 if you need to do this) if you want multi-channel surround sound.
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5 Minute Guide
Listening to Surround Sound
This receiver was designed with the easiest possible setup in mind, so with the following
quick setup guide, you should have your system connected for surround sound in no time at
all. In most cases, you can simply use the receiver’s default settings.
1 Connect your DVD player.
For surround sound, you need to make a digital connection from the DVD player to the
receiver. You can do this with either a coaxial, or an optical connection (you do not need to
do both). If you connect using an optical cable, you should refer to “Optical Digital Input
Setting” on page 38 to assign the optical input to DVD.
Use a video cable to connect the video output on your DVD to the receiver using the jacks
shown below.
2 Connect the receiver to your TV.
Use a video cable to connect your receiver to the TV using the jacks as shown below.
Optical cable
Note: If you connect
using a optical cable,
see "Optical Digital
Input Setting" on
page 38 to assign the
optical input to DVD.
Coaxial cable
Video cable
DIGITAL IN
ASSIGNABLE
COAX
OPT
(DVD/LD) ¥
DIGITAL OUT
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
VIDEO OUT
S
This receiver
IN
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
OPT
ASSIGNABLE
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
AUX
IN
DVD
ANTENNA
IN
5.1CH
REC INPUT
IN
CD-RAM
/ TAPELOOP
/ MDFM
UNBAL IN
(DVD/ LD) ¥
CD
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
R
SURROUND
ø
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
IN
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
MONITOR
OUT
SUB W.
PREOUT
PLAY
AUDIO
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
TV /
SAT
IN
R
(CD)
ASSIGNABLE
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
MONITOR OUT
MONITOR
OUT
L
VIDEO
75 Ω
DVD player
(T V / S A T ) ¥
L
VCR /
DVR
S
P
E
TV/
IN SAT
A
A
IN
K
DVD /
IN LD
E
CONTROL R
OUT
S
IN
R
Y
FRONT
PB
L
PR
Y
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
R SURROUND L
R
FRONT
L
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
PREOUT
CENTER
B
SUB.W
PREOUT
VIDEO IN
TV
Video cable
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5 Minute Guide
3 Connect your speakers.
A complete setup of six speakers, including the subwoofer, is shown below. Actual home
setups may vary. Simply connect the speakers you have as shown. The receiver will work
with just a pair of stereo speakers (the front speakers in the diagram), but using at least three
speakers (two front and a center) is recommended, and a complete setup is best.
Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the
left to the left terminal. Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the
receiver match those on the speakers.
Front Speakers
L
R
Surround Speakers
SL
SR
Center Speaker
C
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
OPT
ASSIGNABLE
ANTENNA
IN
AUX
IN
CD
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
(DVD/ LD) ¥
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
(CD)
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
PB
PR
OUT
VIDEO
TV /
SAT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TV/
IN SAT
SUB W.
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
OUT
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
TV
INPUT
Powered subwoofer
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
L
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
ASSIGNABLE
MONITOR OUT
MONITOR
OUT
R
FRONT
L
Y
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
R SURROUND L
R
FRONT
L
AC OUTLET
PREOUT
CENTER
B
Note:
Be sure to complete all
connections before
connecting this unit to
the AC power source.
Note:
When using the speaker on your TV as the center speaker (C), connect the CENTER
PREOUT jack on this unit to the audio input jack on your TV. In this case the center speaker
shown is unnecessary.
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5 Minute Guide
4 Plug in the receiver and switch it on, followed by your DVD player, your
subwoofer and the TV.
Make sure to set the video input on your TV to this receiver. Check the manual that came
with the TV if you do not know how to do this.
Also make sure that DVD is showing in the receiver’s display, indicating that the DVD
input is selected. If it is not, press DVD to set the receiver to the DVD input.
5 Press SETUP on the front panel to specify your speaker setup and your
room size.
Use the MULTI JOG dial to select and ENTER to confirm your selection. See “Using the
Quick Setup” on the next page if you are unsure about the settings.
6 Play a DVD, and adjust the volume to your liking.
There are several other sound options you can select. See pages 29-30 and "Choosing
Your Receiver Setup" on pages 34–39 for more setup options.
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5 Minute Guide
Using the Quick Setup
You can use the Quick Setup to get your
system up and running with just a few
button presses. The receiver automatically
makes the necessary settings after you have
selected your speaker setup and room size.
If you want to make more specific settings,
refer to “Choosing Your Receiver Setup” on
pages 34–39. Use the front panel controls
for the steps below.
Note:
Check the table below to find the speaker
setup that corresponds with your system.
Front
Center Surround Sub
Speakers Speaker Speakers Woofer
3.0 ch
3.1 ch
4.0 ch
4.1 ch
5.0 ch
5.1 ch
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
×
×
√
√
×
×
√
√
√
√
×
√
×
√
×
√
R
MULTI JOG
MULTI JOG
ENTER
VOLUME
ADVANCED
SURROUND
STEREO/
DIRECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TONE
SETUP
UP
DOWN
The display prompts you to select your
room size.
MULTI JOG
LISTENING MODE
FL DIMMER
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
5 Use the MULTI JOG dial to choose
your room size.
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1 If the receiver is off, press POWER
to turn the power on.
The STANDBY indicator goes out.
2 Press SETUP.
Depending on the distance of your
surround speakers from the listening
position, choose between Small,
Medium, or Large (see table below).
Front
Center
The display prompts you to select your
speaker setup.
3 Use the MULTI JOG dial to choose
your speaker setup.
Cycle between the following choices:
5.1ch
5.0ch
3.1ch
4.0ch
4.1ch
3.0ch
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4 Press ENTER.
Surround
S
M
L
12 ft.
10 ft.
6 ft.
12 ft.
10 ft.
7 ft.
12 ft.
10 ft.
9 ft.
6 Press ENTER to confirm your
setup.
The display shows the speaker setup and
room size that you have selected.
Connecting Your Equipment
Before making or changing the connections, switch off the power and disconnect the
power cord from the AC outlet.
Audio/Video Cables
Component Video Cables
Use audio/video cables (not supplied) to
connect the audio/video components and a
video cable to connect the monitor TV.
Use component video cables to get the best
possible color reproduction of your video
source. The video signal is divided into the
luminance (Y) signal and the color (PB and
PR) signals and then output. In this way,
interference between the signals is minimized. Connect from the component video
jacks on the rear of the receiver to the
component video jacks on the video
component you are connecting.
Connect red plugs to R (right), white plugs
to L (left), and the yellow plugs to VIDEO.
Be sure to insert completely.
R
L
VID
EO
Y
PB
Green
PR
Blue
Red
S-Video Cables
Use S-video cables (not supplied) to get
clearer picture reproduction than regular
video cables.
Connect from an S-video jack on the rear of
the receiver to an S-video jack on the video
component you are connecting.
Be sure to insert completely.
SV
IDE
O
Digital Audio Cables/
Optical Cables
Use coaxial digital audio cables or optical
cables (not supplied) to connect digital
components to this receiver. Standard video
cables can also be used for coaxial
connections.
Be sure to insert completely.
Digital audio coaxial cable
(or standard video cable)
Optical cable
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Digital Components
The easiest way to connect this receiver for surround sound is to use a digital input. You can
do this by either coaxial or optical connections (you do not need to do both). The quality of
these two types of connections is the same but since some digital components have only one
type of digital terminal, it is a matter of matching like terminals (for example, the coaxial
output from the component to coaxial input on the receiver). This receiver has three digital
inputs (two coaxial and one optical). Connect your digital components as shown below.
Connect the digital output jack marked DIGITAL OUT to the optical input on a digital
recorder (currently these include MD, DAT and CD-R) to make direct digital recordings with
this unit.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power
cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio
signal.
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
DIGITAL
IN
OPT
CD recorder
ASSIGNABLE
ANTENNA
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
AUX
IN
(DVD/ LD) ¥
CD
IN
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
(CD)
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
PB
PR
OUT
VIDEO
TV /
SAT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TV/
IN SAT
SUB W.
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
MONITOR
OUT
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
ASSIGNABLE
OUT
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
R
FRONT
L
Y
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
R SURROUND L
DIGITAL
Satellite
tuner
R FRONT
OUTL
AC OUTLET
PREOUT
CENTER
B
DIGITAL OUT
COAX
CD player
DIGITAL OUT
COAX
DVD player
Note:
If you have an LD player, you need to make special connections to ensure you can play
2 RF format LDs on your system. In this case, connect your DVD/LD or LD player to an RF
demodulator using both the 2 RF output and either a coaxial or optical digital connection,
then connect the RF demodulator to this receiver. We also recommend connecting digital
components to analog audio jacks. See the component's instruction manual if you are unsure
about its input and output jacks.
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Audio Components
For components you want to use to record, you must connect four plugs to the receiver (a set
of stereo ins and a set of stereo outs). For components that only play, you only need to
connect one set of stereo plugs. You must also connect your digital components to analog
audio jacks if you want to record to/from digital components (like an MD) to/from analog
components. See page 14 for more on digital connections.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power
cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio
signal.
OUTPUT
DIGIT
L
R
CD player
ASSI
ANTENNA
IN
AUX
IN
CD
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
TV /
SAT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
SURROUND
L
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
MONI
OUT
REC
R
IN
CD-R/Tape/MD Deck
R
VIDEO
REC PLAY
L
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
SUB W
PREOU
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting DVD 5.1 Channel Components
If you have a DVD player with multi-channel analog outputs, or prefer to use an external
decoder, you can connect it to this receiver’s multi-channel analog inputs.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power
cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio
signal.
DVD/multi-channel
decoder with 5.1 channel
analog output jacks
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
OPT
ASSIGNABLE
ANTENNA
IN
AUX
IN
CD
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
(DVD/ LD) ¥
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
(CD)
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
PB
PR
OUT
VIDEO
TV /
SAT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TV/
IN SAT
SUB W.
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
L
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
ASSIGNABLE
MONITOR OUT
MONITOR
OUT
OUT
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
R
FRONT
L
Y
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
SUB
WOOFER
R SURROUND L
SURROUND
OUTPUT
R
FRONT
FRONT
OUTPUT
CENTER
L
R
PREOUT
CENTER
L
VIDEO
OUT
L
AC OUTLET
R
B
Note:
The multi-channel input can only be used when DVD 5.1 ch is selected (see page 32).
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Video Components
Connect your video components to the jacks as shown below. With digital video components
(like a DVD player), you must use the connections shown on this page for the video signal,
but in order to hear a digital source (like a DVD) you should connect the audio to a digital
input (see page 14). It is also a good idea to connect your digital components with analog
audio connections (see page 15).
For better quality video, you can use the component video jacks or the S-video jacks on the
rear of the receiver instead of the regular video jacks.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power
cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. The arrows indicate the direction of the signal.
Video deck
INPUT
OUTPUT
DIGITAL IN
VIDEO
ANTENNA
(DVD/ LD) ¥
CD
IN
(CD)
S - VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
VIDEO
L
L
OPT
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
R
PB
PR
Y
OUT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
OUTPUT
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TV/
IN SAT
SUB W.
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
OUT
PLAY
R
AUDIO
R
L
VIDEO
TV /
SAT
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
MONITOR OUT
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
ASSIGNABLE
MONITOR
OUT
R
VIDEO
OPT
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
AUX
IN
L
TV tuner (or
Satellite tuner)
COAX
ASSIGNABLE
L
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
R
FRONT
L
INPUT
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
R SURROUND L
R
FRON
PREOUT
CENTER
VIDEO
L
R
TV (monitor)
DVD or LD player
Connecting to the Front
Panel Video Terminal
Front video connections are accessed via the
front panel input selector as VIDEO. There
are standard audio/video jacks as well as an
S-video jack.
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TONE
SETUP
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
Video camera
(etc.)
V
L
R
VIDEO OUTPUT
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Antennas
Antenna Snap Connectors
Connect the AM loop antenna and the FM
wire antenna. To improve reception and
sound quality, connect external antennas
(see “Using External Antennas”). Always
make sure that the receiver is switched off
and unplugged from the wall outlet before
making or changing any connections.
Twist the exposed wire strands together and
insert into the hole, then snap the connector
shut.
3/8 in. (10mm)
Using External Antennas
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
To Improve FM Reception
OPT
ASSIGNABLE
ANTENNA
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
AUX
IN
(DVD/ LD) ¥
CD
IN
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
(CD)
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
MONITOR OU
MONITOR
OUT
Connect an external FM antenna.
L
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
A
PB
PR
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
TV /
SAT
IN
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
MONITOR
OUT
SUB W.
IN
TV/
IN SAT
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
OUT
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
R
FRONT
L
CEN
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
FM WIRE
ANTENNA
75 Ω coaxial cable
FM Wire Antenna
Connect the FM wire antenna and fully
extend it vertically along a window frame or
other suitable area.
AM Loop Antenna
Assemble the antenna and connect it to the
receiver. Attach it to a wall (if desired) and
face it in the direction that gives the best
reception.
To Improve AM Reception
Connect a 15-18 feet length of vinyl-coated
wire to the AM antenna terminal without
disconnecting the supplied AM loop
antenna.
For the best possible reception, suspend
horizontally outdoors.
Outdoor antenna
Indoor
antenna
(Vinylcoated
wire)
18
FM
ANTENNA
15-18 ft. (5–6m)
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Speakers
A complete setup of six speakers (including the subwoofer) is shown below, but actual home
setups may vary. Connect the speakers as shown below. The receiver will work with just a
pair of stereo speakers (the front speakers in the diagram), but using at least three speakers
(two front and a center) is recommended, and a complete setup is best.
Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the
left to the left terminal. Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the
receiver match those on the speakers.
Note:
Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω.
Front Speakers
L
R
Surround Speakers
SL
SR
Center Speaker
C
DIGITAL IN
COAX
OPT
OPT
ASSIGNABLE
ANTENNA
IN
AUX
IN
CD
DVD 5.1CH INPUT
CENTER SUB W.
(DVD/ LD) ¥
S - VIDEO
VCR /
DVR
AM
LOOP
R
SURROUND
(CD)
ø
COMPONENT
VIDEO
( T V / SAT) ¥
DIGITAL
OUT
PB
PR
OUT
VIDEO
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
/ LD
FRONT
IN
REC
CD-R
/ TAPE
/ MD
VCR /
DVR
IN
TV /
SAT
DVD
5.1CH
INPUT
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TV/
IN SAT
SUB W.
DVD /
IN LD
PREOUT
CONTROL
IN
OUT
PLAY
R
AUDIO
L
( D V D / LD) IN ¥
L
Y
FM
UNBAL IN
75 Ω
ASSIGNABLE
MONITOR OUT
MONITOR
OUT
S
P
E
A
A
K
E
R
S
R
FRONT
L
Y
PB
(T V / SAT) IN ø
CENTER
PR
R SURROUND L
R
FRONT
L
AC OUTLET
PREOUT
CENTER
B
TV
INPUT
Powered subwoofer
Be sure to complete all
connections before
connecting this unit to
the AC power source.
Note:
When using the speaker on your TV as the center
speaker (C), connect the CENTER PREOUT jack
on this unit to the audio input jack on your TV. In
this case the center speaker shown is unnecessary.
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Connecting Your Equipment
Speaker Terminals
1 Twist exposed wire strands together.
3/8 in. (10mm)
2 Loosen speaker terminal and insert
exposed wire.
3 Tighten terminal.
The speaker terminals also
accept single banana
plugs. (Refer to speaker
manual for details.)
Caution:
Make sure that all the bare speaker wire is twisted together and inserted fully into the speaker
terminal. If any of the bare speaker wire touches the back panel it may cause the power to
cut off as a safety measure. Use good quality speaker wire to connect the speakers to the
receiver.
A and B Speaker Systems
The receiver has two speaker systems: A and B. A is the main system supporting the full
speaker setup. If you switch on both A and B speaker systems, only the front speakers and
the subwoofer will be audible. No sound will come from the center or surround speakers,
but multi-channel sources will be down-mixed to the active speakers so no sound will be
lost. Similarly, if you choose just the B system, you will only hear the front speakers
connected to the B system and multi channel sources will be down-mixed to these two
speakers.
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Connecting Your Equipment
Hints on Speaker Placement
Speakers are usually designed with a particular placement in mind. Some are designed to be
floorstanding, while others should be placed on stands to sound their best. Some should be
placed near a wall; others should be placed away from walls. Follow the guidelines on
placement that the speaker manufacturer provided with your particular speakers to get the
most out of them.
• Place the front left and right speakers at equal distances from the TV.
• When placing speakers near the TV, we recommend using magnetically shielded speakers
to prevent possible interference, such as discoloration of the picture when the TV is
switched on. If you do not have magnetically shielded speakers and notice discoloration
of the TV picture, move the speakers farther away from the TV.
• Place the center speaker above or below the TV so that the sound of the center channel is
localized at the TV screen.
Caution:
If you choose to install the center speaker on top of the TV, be sure to secure it with
putty, or by other suitable means, to reduce the risk of damage or injury resulting from
the speaker falling from the TV in the event of external shocks such as earthquakes.
• If possible, place the surround speakers
slightly above ear level.
• Try not to place the surround speakers
further away from the listening position
than the front and center speakers. Doing
so can weaken the surround sound effect.
• To achieve the best possible surround
sound, install your speakers as shown at
right. Be sure all speakers are installed
securely to prevent accidents and
improve sound quality.
Overhead view of speaker set up
Front
Left
Center
Front
Right
Subwoofer
Surround
Left
Surround
Right
Listening Position
3-D view of speaker set up
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Connecting Your Equipment
AC Outlet
Power supplied through this outlet is turned on and off by the receiver's POWER switch.
Total electrical power consumption of connected equipment should not exceed 100 W (0.8 A).
Caution:
Do not connect a heater, TV or any other kind of heavy appliance. Also, make sure no
exposed speaker wire is touching the rear panel, as this may cause the receiver to turn
off automatically.
Notes:
• This unit should be disconnected by removing the power plug from the wall socket when
not in regular use.
• Do not connect appliances with high power consumption such as heaters, irons, or
television sets to this AC OUTLET in order to avoid overheating and fire risk. This can
also cause the receiver to malfunction.
Power-Cord Caution
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never
touch the power cord when your hands are wet, as this could cause a short circuit or an
electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of furniture, or anything else heavy on the
power cord, or pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cables. The
power cord should be routed so it is not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can
cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in a while. When you
find it damaged, contact your local RadioShack store for assistance.
Operating Other Components
By connecting an optional control cable, you
can control other equipment with an OSR
mark using this remote control. Point the
remote control towards the remote sensor of the
receiver, even when operating other equipment.
The remote control signals are received by the
receiver's remote sensor, and sent to the other
devices via the CONTROL OUT terminal.
Note:
You can also control components with an OSR
mark by pointing the receiver's remote control
directly at the component. This type of
operation does not require control cables.
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CONTROL
IN
OUT CONTROL
OUT
Receiver
Other Products with
OSR Mark
Remote control
unit
Connect to Control in
Terminal of Other
Products with OSR Mark.
Controls and Displays
Front Panel
1
2
3
4
5
R
MULTI JOG
MULTI JOG
ENTER
STANDBY
POWER
VOLUME
PRESET
TUNING
TUNING
STANDARD
ADVANCED
SURROUND
STEREO/
DIRECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TONE
SETUP
UP
DOWN
OFF
MULTI JOG
LISTENING MODE
ON
TUNER EDIT
CLASS
BAND
MPX
INPUT ATT
FL DIMMER
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
PHONES
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
7
6
8
9
PRESET
TUNING
TUNING
10
STANDARD
ADVANCED
SURROUND
11 12 13 14 15 16
STEREO/
DIRECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TUNER EDIT
CLASS
BAND
MPX
INPUT ATT
TONE
SETUP
MULTI JOG
LISTENING MODE
FL DIMMER
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
23 22 21 20 19 18
1 POWER button
Switches the receiver between on and
standby.
2 STANDBY indicator
Lights when the receiver is in standby.
3 Remote sensor
Receives the signals from the remote
control.
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
17
8 PRESET TUNING buttons (pages 41–
42)
Selects station memories when using the
tuner.
9 TUNING buttons (page 40)
Selects the frequency when using the
tuner.
10 LISTENING MODE buttons
4 ENTER button
STANDARD (page 29)
5 MULTI JOG dial
Press for Standard decoding and to
switch between the various Pro Logic II
options.
The MULTI JOG dial performs a number
of tasks. Use it to select options after
pressing TONE CONTROL, QUICK
SETUP or TUNER EDIT.
ADVANCED SURROUND (page 29)
6 MASTER VOLUME
Use to switch between the various
surround modes.
7 PHONES jack
STEREO/DIRECT (page 29)
Use to connect headphones. When the
headphones are connected, there is no
sound output from the speakers.
Switches direct playback on or off. This
bypasses the tone controls and channel
levels for the most accurate reproduction
of a source.
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Controls and Displays
11 SIGNAL SELECT button (pages 30,
32–33)
18 FL DIMMER button
Use this button to make the fluorescent
display (FL) dimmer or brighter.
Use to select an analog or digital signal.
12 MIDNIGHT button (page 32)
19 INPUT ATT button
Use Midnight when listening to movie
soundtracks at low volume.
Use to attenuate (lower) the level of an
analog input signal to prevent distortion.
13 SPEAKERS button
20 MPX button (page 40)
Use to cycle through the speaker
system: A = B = A+B
Press to receive a radio broadcast in
mono.
14 MONITOR button
21 BAND button (page 40)
Press to switch tape monitoring on/off.
Switches between AM and FM radio
bands.
15 TONE buttons
22 CLASS button (pages 41–42)
Press this button to access the bass and
treble controls, which you can then
adjust with the MULTI JOG dial.
Switches between the three banks
(classes) of station presets.
16 SETUP button
23 TUNER EDIT button (pages 41–42)
17 VIDEO INPUT (page 17)
Press to memorize and name a station for
recall using the P-SET }/] buttons on
the remote.
Display
2
1
SIGNAL AUTO
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
ANALOG DTS
3
4
DIGITAL
PROLOGIC
ADV.SURR.
5
ATT
6
7
8
9
DIRECT MONITOR
MIDNIGHT STEREO
LOUDNESS MONO
TUNED
SP
AB
dB
10
1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators
24
11
12
13
14
2 DIGITAL
Lights to indicate the type of input signal
assigned for the current component:
Lights when a Dolby Digital signal is
detected.
AUTO
ANALOG
Lights when AUTO signal select is on.
Lights when an analog signal is detected.
DIGITAL
DTS
Lights when a digital audio signal is
detected.
Lights when a DTS signal is detected.
Controls and Displays
2 DTS
When the Standard mode of the receiver
is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a
DTS signal.
3 2 DIGITAL
When the Standard mode of the receiver
is on, this lights to indicate decoding of a
Dolby Digital signal.
4 2 PRO LOGIC II
When the Standard mode of the receiver
is on, this lights to indicate Pro Logic II
decoding.
5 ATT
Lights when INPUT ATT is used to
attenuate (reduce) the level of the analog
input signal.
6 DIRECT
Lights when source direct playback is in
use. This function bypasses all tone,
balance, DSP and Dolby Surround
effects.
Lights when the LOUDNESS is on. Use
to boost the bass and treble at low
volume.
13 TUNER indicators
STEREO:
Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is
being received in auto stereo mode.
MONO:
Lights when the mono mode is set using
the MPX button.
TUNED:
Lights when a broadcast is being
received.
14 Master volume level
Shows the overall volume level. ---dB
indicates the minimum level, and -0dB
indicates the maximum level.
Notes:
Depending on your level settings for each
channel, the maximum level can range
between –10dB and 0dB.
7 MIDNIGHT
Lights during Midnight listening.
8 MONITOR
Lights when MONITOR is selected (page
43).
9 Speaker indicator
Shows if the speaker system is on or not.
3A indicates the speakers are
SP3
switched on.
SP3
3 indicates the headphones are
connected.
10 Character display
11 ADV SURR (Advanced Surround)
Lights when one of the Advanced
Surround modes has been selected.
12 LOUDNESS indicator
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Controls and Displays
Remote Control
10
1
2
3
11
1 SOURCE POWER
Press to turn on/off other components
connected to the receiver.
2 MULTI CONTROL buttons
Press to select control of other
components (see “Controlling the Rest of
Your System” on pages 44–61).
4
3 RCV
Switches the remote to control the
receiver (used to select the features above
the number buttons. (ex. INPUT ATT, FL
DIMMER)). Also use this button to set up
surround sound (pages 34, 39).
5
6
7
8
4 Number buttons/Receiver controls/
ENTER
9
12
Use the number buttons to select a radio
frequency directly (page 40) or the tracks
on a CD or DVD.
13
DISC (ENTER)
14
The button’s use depends on the
component selected. It can be used to
enter commands for TV or DTV, and can
also be used to select a disc in a multi-CD
player.
15
Receiver Controls
OSR
Press the RCV button first to access the
functions above the number buttons. The
display flashes when it is not possible to
use a function.
TEST TONE (page 39)
Sounds the test tone when setting up the
surround sound of the receiver.
INPUT ATT
Attenuates (lowers) the level of an analog
input signal to prevent distortion.
FL DIMMER
Dims or brightens the display.
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Controls and Displays
CH SELECT (page 39)
CLASS (pages 41–42)
Selects a speaker when setting up the
surround sound of the receiver.
Switches between the three banks
(classes) of radio station presets.
− (page 39)
LEVEL +/−
DTV/DISP
Adjusts the levels of the surround sound
of the receiver.
Switches a digital TV on/off. It can also be
used to switch the display between the
station preset name and the frequency for
the tuner.
− buttons (page 32)
EFFECT +/−
Adds or subtracts the amount of effect
with different advanced listening modes
(except 5 Ch Stereo and Virtual SB).
5 Component/Tuner controls
The main buttons (3, 7, etc.) are used to
control a component after you have
selected it using the MULTI CONTROL
buttons. The tuner/DTV controls above
these buttons can be accessed after you
have selected the corresponding MULTI
CONTROL button — TUNER or DVD
(when connected to DTV).
DTV INFO
Use to bring up information screens on a
digital TV.
MPX/RETURN (page 40)
Switches between stereo and mono
reception of FM broadcasts. If the signal
is weak then switching to mono will
improve the sound quality.
D ACCESS (page 40–41)
After pressing, you can access a radio
station directly using the number
buttons.
T EDIT/GUIDE (pages 41–42)
Press to memorize and name a station for
recall using the P-SET }/] buttons.
Also displays the guides on a digital TV
and acts as a pause button for CDs, tapes,
or DVDs.
BAND (page 40)
Switches between the tuner AM and FM
bands.
DTV MENU
Displays menus on a digital TV.
6 DVD controls (Press DVD first to
access)
These controls will also function as DTV
controls, depending on the component
you have selected.
TOP MENU
Displays the ‘top’ menu of a DVD disc.
AUDIO
Changes the audio language or channel.
SUB TITLE
Displays/changes the subtitles included in
multilingual DVD-Video discs.
ANGLE
Switches camera angles on discs with
multi-angle scenes.
7 REMOTE SETUP (pages 41–47)
Press this button to set up the remote
control to control other components.
8 RECEIVER CONTROL buttons
STANDARD (page 29)
Press for Standard decoding and to
switch between the various Pro Logic II
options.
ADV SURR (page 30)
Use to switch between the various
surround modes.
STEREO (page 29)
Switches direct playback on or off. This
bypasses the tone controls and channel
levels for the most accurate reproduction
of a source.
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Controls and Displays
SIGNAL SEL (pages 30, 32–33)
14 MASTER VOLUME +/–
Use to select between an analog or digital
signal.
15 MENU button
INPUT SEL
Use to select the input source.
NIGHT LOUD (page 32)
Switches to Midnight or Loudness
listening.
MUTE
Mutes the sound (or restores the sound if
it has been muted).
9 TV control buttons
These buttons are for controlling the TV
assigned to the TVC button. If you have
two TVs, assign the main TV to the TVC
button.
TV VOL +/–
Use to adjust the volume on your TV.
TV INPUT
Use to select the TV function.
POWER
Use to turn on/off the power of the TV.
10 LED display
This display flashes when a command is
sent from the remote control.
11 RECEIVER POWER
This switches between standby and on
for this receiver.
12 }]‘’ (TUNING/P-SET +/–) /ENTER
Use the arrow buttons when setting up
your surround sound system (see pages
34–38). Also used to control DVD
menus/options and for deck 1 of a double
cassette deck player. Use the TUNING ‘/
’ buttons to find radio frequencies and
use P-SET ]/} to find preset stations
(page 41–42).
13 CHANNEL +/–
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Select radio station presets. Also skip
tracks backward or forward on CDs,
DVDs, etc.
Use to set the listening volume.
Displays the disc menu of DVD-Video
discs. It also displays TV and DTV
menus.
Playing Sources
Introduction to Sound
Modes
Choose one of the following to add depth to
a 2 channel source:
There are three basic sound options: Stereo/
Direct, Standard and Advanced Surround.
Pro Logic
Stereo/Direct
When you select STEREO or DIRECT, you
will hear the source through just the front
left and right speakers (and possibly your
subwoofer depending on your speaker
settings). Dolby Digital and DTS
multichannel sources are downmixed to
stereo.
In STEREO, you will hear the audio with
your surround settings and you can still use
the Midnight, Loudness, and Tone control
functions.
With DIRECT, you will bypass all effects and
surround settings so that the audio remains
as close to the source audio signal as
possible.
Note:
If you switch on Midnight listening,
Loudness, or the Tone controls when
DIRECT is selected, the receiver
automatically switches to STEREO.
Standard Modes
The Standard mode can be used to decode
Dolby Digital, DTS, or Dolby Surround
sources. The following surround mode
options can also add surround sound to
regular stereo sources.
You can identify Dolby Digital software by
the 1 or
marks. Most Dolby
Surround software is marked 3, but
unmarked software may also incorporate
Dolby Surround.
This mode gives 4.1 channel surround
sound. It is less sensitive to the quality of the
source material, so may be useful when Pro
Logic II Movie/Music modes do not give
good results.
Pro Logic II Movie
This mode gives 5.1 channel surround
sound. It is suitable for movies, especially
those recorded in Dolby Surround. The
channel separation and movement of
surround effects is comparable to Dolby
Digital 5.1.
Pro Logic II Music
This mode gives 5.1 channel surround
sound and is suitable for music. The
surround effect is more enveloping than Pro
Logic II Movie.
Advanced Surround Modes
Advanced Surround modes are designed to
be used with multi-channel surround sound
audio/visual sources (like DVDs and LDs).
Most Advanced Surround modes are
designed to be used with film soundtracks,
but some modes are also suited for music
sources. Try different settings with various
soundtracks to see which you like.
Movie
Simulates the relaxed environment of a
movie theater, and is suitable for watching
movies on sources marked 1
) or
.
(
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Playing Sources
Music
Simulates the acoustic environment of a
large concert hall and is suitable for music or
)
musical sources marked 1 (
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
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or
.
1
2
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
4
5
3
FL DIMMER
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CH SELECT
LEVEL
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7
Virtual Rear Center Channel (VIRTL SB)
EFFECT
0
DTV INFO
The Virtual Rear Center Channel effect
simulates 6.1 surround channel listening,
giving the impression that there are two
surround back speakers in your system
when listening to a 5.1 channel source.
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INPUT SEL.
DISC
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AUDIO
SUB TITLE
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RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
Expanded
This mode is especially designed to give
sound depth to stereo sources. The overall
effect builds a dynamic and broad sound
space, allowing two-channel (stereo) signals
to imitate a five speaker sound. Use with
Dolby Pro Logic for a stereo surround effect.
You can also use with Dolby Digital sources
for a wider stereo field than the Standard
modes.
5-Channel Stereo
This can be selected to give multi-channel
sound to a stereo source, using all of the
speakers in your setup.
Choosing the Input
Signal
You need to hook up a component to both
analog and digital inputs on the back of the
receiver to select between input signals.
CHANNEL
1 Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL
SELECT on the front panel) to
select the input signal corresponding to the source component.
Each press switches between AUTO, DVD
5.1 ch, ANALOG and DIGITAL. The
default is AUTO.
DVD 5.1 ch will only appear when DVD
is selected using the remote or the MULTI
JOG dial on the front panel.
When set to DIGITAL, 2 DIGITAL lights
when a Dolby Digital signal is input, and
DTS lights when a DTS signal is input.
Note:
• This receiver can only play back Dolby
Digital, PCM (32kHz, 44kHz, 48kHz,
and 96 kHz) and DTS digital signal
formats. With other digital signal
formats, set to ANALOG.
• You may get noise when playing a DTS
disc through the analog outputs on a
DTS-compatible LD or CD player. For
proper playback, set the signal input to
DIGITAL.
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Playing Sources
• Some DVD players do not output DTS
signals. For more details, refer to the
instruction manual supplied with your
DVD player.
Listening to MultiChannel Playback
Pro Logic
Pro Logic II
Music
Pro Logic II Movie
4 Start playback of the component
you selected in step 1.
Using Stereo/Direct
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
1
2
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
4
5
TVC
3
FL DIMMER
6
CH SELECT
LEVEL
8
7
9
+10
EFFECT
0
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
¶
7
BAND
CLASS
1
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
3
8
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
¡
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
¢
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
When you select STEREO or DIRECT, you
will hear the source through the front left
and right speakers only and possibly your
subwoofer, depending on your speaker
settings. Dolby Digital and DTS
multichannel sources are downmixed to
stereo. See page 29 for more on these
modes.
Press STEREO (STEREO/DIRECT on
the front panel) repeatedly to switch
between the two options.
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Switch on the playback
component.
2 Select the source you want to
playback.
Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the
remote (or MULTI JOG dial on the front
panel).
3 Press STANDARD.
If the source is Dolby Digital, DTS, or
Dolby Surround encoded, the proper
decoding format will automatically be
selected and show on the display.
If you are listening to a two channel
source, each press changes the display as
follows:
Note:
If you switch on Midnight listening,
Loudness, or the tone controls when
DIRECT is selected, the receiver automatically switches to STEREO.
Using Advanced
Surround
Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital and DTS
signal processing is done automatically
corresponding to the input signal.
Press ADV SURR (ADVANCED
SURROUND on the front panel)
repeatedly to cycle the sound
options.
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Playing Sources
Each press changes the display as follows:
Movie
Music
VIRTL SB
5-Stereo
Expanded
Using the Tone Controls
Depending on what you are listening to, you
may want to adjust the bass or treble using
the front panel tone control.
R
Refer to page 29 for more details about each
surround effect.
MULTI JOG
MULTI JOG
ENTER
VOLUME
Note:
The Movie, Music, and Expanded effect level
can be adjusted in the range of 10 to 90 (the
default setting is 70) by pressing EFFECT +/—.
The effect level can be set for each of these
Advanced Surround modes. The Standard
and Stereo modes cannot be changed.
Using Loudness and
Midnight Listening
The Loudness listening feature can be used
to get improved bass and treble from music
sources at low volume levels.
The Midnight listening feature allows you to
hear effective surround sound of movies at
low volume levels. The effect automatically
adjusts according to the volume at which
you are listening.
Press NIGHT LOUD. (MIDNIGHT on
the front panel)
Each press cycles through the effects as
follows:
Midnight
Off
Loudness
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SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TONE
SETUP
DOWN
UP
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
1 Press TONE to select the frequency
you want to adjust.
Each press switches between BASS and
TREBLE.
2 Use the MULTI JOG dial to change
the amount of bass or treble as
necessary.
Wait about five seconds for your changes
to be input automatically.
Note:
• The tone controls can only be used with
the Stereo sound mode.
• When the receiver is switched to Direct,
using the tone controls automatically
switches the receiver to Stereo mode.
Playing Sources
Playing Other Sources
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
RCV
1
2
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
4
5
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
2
3
FL DIMMER
4
5
6
9
EFFECT
0
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
DISC
7
3
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AUDIO
SUB TITLE
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DISC
ENTER
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3
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AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
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TOP MENU
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BAND
1
TOP MENU
ENTER
D ACCESS
9
EFFECT
0
DTV INFO
LEVEL
8
7
6
8
7
INPUT ATT
+10
3
LEVEL
+10
1
TVC
FL DIMMER
CH SELECT
TEST TONE
CH SELECT
TUN
CD
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
RECEIVER CONTROL
ANGLE
TUNING
REMOTE SETUP
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
P-SET
INPUT SEL.
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
CHANNEL
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Turn on the power of the playback
component.
2 Turn on the receiver’s power.
3 Select the source you want to
playback.
Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the
remote (or MULTI JOG dial on the front
panel).
4 Start playback of the component
you selected in step 1.
Selecting the MultiChannel Analog Inputs
If you have connected a decoder or a DVD
player with multi-channel analog outputs to
this receiver (page 16), you must select the
analog multi-channel inputs for surround
sound playback.
1 Press DVD or select it with the
MULTI JOG dial (on the front
panel).
2 Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL
SELECT on the front panel)
repeatedly to select DVD 5.1 ch.
To cancel playback from the multichannel inputs, use the SIGNAL SEL
(SIGNAL SELECT) button to select a
different input signal.
Note:
• When playback from the multi-channel
inputs is selected, you cannot use the
SPEAKERS, INPUT ATT, TONE, and
NIGHT LOUD buttons, as well as the
Standard, Advanced Surround, and
Stereo/Direct sound modes.
• When playback from the multi-channel
inputs is selected, only the volume and
channel levels can be set.
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Setting Up the Receiver
Choosing Your Receiver
Setup
• Speaker setting (page 35)
To ensure the best possible surround sound,
be sure to complete the following setup
procedure. This is particularly important
when using Dolby surround. You only need
to make these settings once (unless you
change the placement of your current
speaker system or add new speakers). Refer
to the following pages for details on each of
the settings.
• Subwoofer setting (page 35)
Specifies the number and type of
speakers you have connected.
Specifies how the subwoofer is used.
• Crossover frequency setting (page 35)
Determines which frequencies will be
sent to the subwoofer (or large speakers).
• LFE attenuator setting (page 36)
Specifies the peak level for the LFE
channel.
• Front speaker distance setting (page
36)
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
Specifies the distance from your listening
position to your front speakers.
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
1
2
3
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
FL DIMMER
4
5
6
CH SELECT
LEVEL
8
7
9
+10
EFFECT
0
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
¶
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3
8
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CLASS
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
1
¡
4
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AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Press RECEIVER POWER to turn
the power on.
The STANDBY indicator goes out.
2 Press RCV.
3 Use } or ] to choose the option
you want to adjust.
It will be easiest to adjust each of the
settings in turn, following the order
below (and on the following pages). The
current setting is shown for each option
as you cycle through the display.
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• Center speaker distance setting (page
36)
Specifies the distance from your listening
position to your center speaker.
• Surround speaker distance setting
(page 37)
Specifies the distance from your listening
position to your surround speakers.
• Dynamic range control setting (page
37)
Compresses the dynamic range of the
sound track.
• Dual mono setting (page 37)
Isolates one channel when listening to
discs with dual mono encoding.
• Source component input settings (page
38)
Specifies the components to be assigned
to the video and digital inputs (below).
• Component video 1 input setting
• Component video 2 input setting
• Coaxial digital input 1 setting
• Coaxial digital input 2 setting
• Optical digital input 1 setting
Setting Up the Receiver
4 Use ’ or ‘ to adjust the setting.
The setting is entered automatically.
5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other
surround modes.
6 When you are done, press ENTER
to exit.
Note:
The receiver automatically exits setup mode
after 20 seconds of inactivity.
FS-CS-SS
FL-C*-SS
FS-CS-S*
FL-C*-SL
FS-C*-SS
FL-CS-S*
FL-CL-SL
FL-CS-SS
FL-CL-SS
FL-CS-SL
FL-CL-S*
Speaker Setting
Subwoofer Setting
Default setting: S (all speakers)
You must let the receiver know how many
speakers you have, and how big they are.
The size you choose (large or small)
determines how much bass is sent from the
receiver to the speakers.
In the display, F, C, and S refer to front,
center, and surround speakers respectively.
Speaker size is denoted as L for large
speakers, S for small speakers, and
(asterisk) if no speaker is connected.
*
Notes:
• If the cone size (diameter) of the speaker
is larger than 5 inches, set the speaker
size to L.
• Cycle through the available choices using
’ or ‘ and choose a configuration that
matches your speaker setup.
Default setting: ON
You can choose whether the subwoofer is
used or not. Use the plus (PLS) setting for
extra bass.
Use ’ or ‘ to select subwoofer
ON, PLS or OFF.
Notes:
• If you chose the small front speaker
setting, SUBWF ON is automatically set
and locked.
• When you select the plus setting, you
will get the bass sounds from the
subwoofer even if the front speakers are
set to large.
Crossover Frequency Setting
One of the following configurations
should match your setup:
Default setting: 100 Hz
Crossover frequency is the point where the
receiver divides the high and low sounds
(the frequencies) between the speakers.
Since most smaller speakers cannot handle
deep bass tones, you can send these sounds
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Setting Up the Receiver
to the subwoofer (or if you do not have a
subwoofer, the large (L) speakers in your
system) instead of the speakers set to small
(S) in your setup. Choose the point at
which you want the frequency routed to the
subwoofer (or L speakers).
We recommend setting this to 200 Hz if
your S speakers are smaller bookshelf-type
speakers.
Use ’ or ‘ to specify the
crossover frequency for your small
speakers (100 Hz, 150 Hz or 200
Hz).
100Hz
150Hz
200Hz
100 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 100 Hz to the
subwoofer (or L speakers).
150 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 150 Hz to the
subwoofer (or L speakers).
low bass tones from distorting the sound
from the speakers.
Use ’ or ‘ to set the attenuation
level (0 dB, 10 dB or ** dB(∞)).
0 dB
10 dB
∞ (displays **)
Note:
appears in the
When ∞ is selected (
display), LFE is not available.
**
Front Speaker Distance
Setting
Default setting: 10 ft.
Sets the distance from the front speakers to
the listening position.
Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of
the front speakers from the main
listening position (within a 30 foot
range).
200 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 200 Hz to the
subwoofer (or L speakers).
Center Speaker Distance
Setting
Notes:
If all speakers (front, center, and surround)
are set to L, the crossover frequency cannot
be set because there are no S speakers
appears in the display).
(
Default setting: 10 ft.
***
LFE Attenuator Setting
Default setting: 0 dB
Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources
include ultra-low bass tones. Set the LFE
attenuator as necessary to prevent the ultra-
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The center speaker is normally placed
directly in the front of the listening room
and closer to the listening position than the
front speakers. This means that the sound
from the center speaker will be heard before
the front speakers. To prevent this, set the
center speaker distance setting to delay the
sound from the center speaker so that the
sound from the front and center speakers
will be heard at the same time.
Setting Up the Receiver
Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of
the center speaker from the main
listening position (within a 30 foot
range).
Note:
When C is selected in the speaker setting,
the center speaker distance cannot be set.
*
Surround Speaker Distance
Setting
Default setting: 10 ft.
Like the center speaker, you should set the
distance of the surround speakers accurately
to hear sounds coming from both front and
surround speakers at the same time.
Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of
the surround speakers from the
main listening position (within a
30 foot range).
Note:
When S is selected in the speaker setting,
the surround speaker distance cannot be set.
*
Dynamic Range Control
Setting
Default setting: OFF.
Dynamic range is the difference between the
loudest and softest sounds in any given
signal. With this setting, you can compress
the dynamic range, so that low level sounds
can be heard more easily (sounding
relatively louder) yet louder sounds will not
be too overbearing.
Press ’ or ‘ to set the dynamic
range control (OFF, MAX, or MID).
Notes:
• When the volume level is increased, set
to OFF.
• When listening at low volumes, set to
MAX for maximum dynamic range
compression.
• Dynamic range control is effective only
when a Dolby Digital signal is being
played back.
Dual Mono Setting
Default setting: ch1.
The dual mono setting can only be used
when listening to Dolby Digital discs with
dual mono encoding. These discs are not
widely used, but are sometimes used when
it is necessary to have one language on one
channel and a different language on the
other. With this setting you can choose
which channel in the dual mono setting you
want to listen to.
You will hear the channel you have selected
(either ch1 or ch2) through your center
speaker. (If you do not have a center
speaker, you will hear the channel you have
selected through both front speakers.) In the
L ch 1.R ch 2 setting, the left front speaker
will play channel 1 and the right front
speaker will play channel 2.
Use ’ or ‘ to cycle through the
possible dual mono settings.
L ch 1.R ch 2
ch2
ch1
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Setting Up the Receiver
Component Video Input
Settings
Here you tell the receiver what components
you have connected to the component video
jacks on the back of the receiver.
Component video 1:
Default setting: DVD
Use ’ or ‘ to assign the component video 1 input (DVD, TV, VCR
or OFF).
Component video 2:
Default setting: TV
Use ’ or ‘ to assign the component video 2 input (DVD, TV, VCR
or OFF).
Coaxial Digital Input
Settings
Here you tell the receiver what components
you have connected to the coaxial DIGITAL
IN jacks 1 and 2 on the back of the receiver.
Coaxial digital 1:
Default setting: DVD
Use ’ or ‘ to assign the coaxial
digital 1 input (DVD, TV, CD, CDR, VCR or OFF).
Coaxial digital 2:
Default setting: CD
Use ’ or ‘ to assign the coaxial
digital 2 input (DVD, TV, CD, CDR, VCR or OFF).
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After you assign a component to a digital
jack, whenever you select that component,
(for example, a DVD player) the receiver
automatically changes to the digital input
setting and DIGITAL shows in the display.
Optical Digital Input Setting
Here you tell the receiver what components
you have connected to the optical DIGITAL
IN jack(s) on the back of the receiver.
Optical digital 1:
Default setting: TV
Use ’ or ‘ to assign the optical
digital 1 input (DVD, TV, CD, CDR, VCR or OFF).
After you assign a component to a digital
jack, whenever you select that component,
(for example, a DVD player) the receiver
automatically changes to the digital input
setting and DIGITAL shows on the display.
Setting Up the Receiver
Setting the Relative
Volume Level of Each
Channel
Default setting: 0 dB.
For best surround sound playback, you
should set the relative channel levels from
the main listening position. You can set
separate levels for each surround mode.
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
TUN
CD
1
2
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
4
5
TVC
3
FL DIMMER
6
CH SELECT
LEVEL
8
7
9
+10
EFFECT
0
DISC
ENTER
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
¶
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3
8
BAND
CLASS
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
1
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¢
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
D ACCESS
SW
C
FR
SL
SR
Note:
If you do not hear a test tone from one of
your speakers, please refer to “Speaker
Setting” on page 35 to make sure you
have correctly specified your speaker
setup.
− to
4 Press MASTER VOLUME +/−
adjust the volume to an
appropriate level.
− to adjust the
5 Use LEVEL +/−
speaker levels in turn.
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
FL
T EDIT/GUIDE
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
You should hear the test tone at the same
volume from each speaker when seated in
the main listening position. The channel
level range is ± 10 dB.
6 When you are done, press TEST
TONE to turn off the test tone.
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
Notes:
• Test tone is only heard in Standard
modes.
MENU
TV VOL
TV INPUT
MASTER VOLUME
POWER
TV CONTROL
• Since the subwoofer transmits an ultralow frequency its sound may seem
quieter than it actually is.
• The speaker volume can be adjusted
without outputting the test tone by
pressing CH SELECT and then using
LEVEL +/−.
1 Press RCV.
2 Press STANDARD.
3 Press TEST TONE to hear the test
tone.
The test tone is heard in the following
order (depending on the speaker setting):
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Using the Tuner
Listening to the Radio
The following steps show you how to tune
in to FM and AM radio broadcasts using the
automatic (search) and manual (step) tuning
functions. If you already know the frequency
of the station you want, see “Tuning Directly
to a Station” below. Once you are tuned to a
station you can memorize the frequency for
recall later—see “Saving Station Presets” on
the next page for more on how to do this.
Automatic tuning
To search for stations in the currently
selected band, press and hold TUNING
‘’ for about a second. The receiver will
start searching for the next station,
stopping when it has found one. Repeat
to search for other stations.
Manual tuning
To change the frequency one step at a
time, press TUNING ‘’.
High speed tuning
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
Press and hold TUNING ‘’ for high
speed tuning. Release the button at the
frequency you want.
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
1
2
3
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
FL DIMMER
4
5
6
CH SELECT
8
7
9
EFFECT
+10
0
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
¶
7
BAND
CLASS
1
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
3
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SUB TITLE
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STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
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LOUD
MUTE
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RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
Improving FM Stereo Sound
LEVEL
S ETU P
If the TUNED or STEREO indicators do not
light when tuning to an FM station because
the signal is weak, press the MPX button to
switch the receiver to mono reception. This
should improve the sound quality and allow
you to enjoy the broadcast.
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Press the TUN button on the
remote control to select the tuner.
You can also use the MULTI JOG dial on
the front panel.
2 Use the BAND button to change
the band (FM or AM), if necessary.
Each press switches the band between
FM and AM.
3 Tune to a station.
There are three ways to do this:
Tuning Directly to a Station
If you already know the frequency of the
station you want to listen to, use the number
buttons on the remote control to enter the
frequency directly.
1 Press the TUN button on the
remote control to select the tuner.
You can also use the MULTI JOG dial on
the front panel.
2 Use the BAND button to change
the band (FM or AM), if necessary.
Each press switches the band between
FM and AM.
3 Press D ACCESS (Direct Access).
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Using the Tuner
4 Use the number buttons to enter
the frequency of the radio station.
For example, to tune to 106.1 (FM), press
1, 0, 6, 1.
STEREO
FM
PRESET
TUNING
STANDARD
TUNING
ADVANCED
SURROUND
STEREO/
DIRECT
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
CLASS
BAND
MPX
INPUT ATT
TONE
SETUP
MULTI JOG
LISTENING MODE
TUNER EDIT
FL DIMMER
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
TUNED
SP A
106.1
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
If you make a mistake halfway through,
press D ACCESS twice to cancel the
frequency and start over.
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
1
2
3
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
FL DIMMER
4
5
6
CH SELECT
LEVEL
8
7
9
EFFECT
+10
0
DTV INFO
¶
7
BAND
CLASS
1
Saving Station Presets
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
If you often listen to a particular radio
station, it is convenient to have the receiver
store the frequency for easy recall whenever
you want to listen to that station. This saves
the effort of manually tuning each time. This
unit can memorize up to 30 stations, stored
in three banks, or classes, (A, B and C) of 10
stations each. When saving an FM frequency,
the MPX setting (see "Improving FM Stereo
Sound" on the previous page) is also stored.
Use the front panel controls to store station
presets.
R
MPX/RETURN
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
3
8
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
¡
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
¢
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Tune to a station you want to
memorize.
See Listening to the Radio (previous
page) for more on this.
2 Press T EDIT/GUIDE (TUNER EDIT).
The display shows ST. MEMORY, then a
blinking memory class.
MULTI JOG
MULTI JOG
STEREO
ENTER
VOLUME
SIGNAL
SELECT
MIDNIGHT
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
TONE
SETUP
DOWN
UP
A-
TUNED
SP A
99.50
MULTI JOG
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
L
VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO
R
3 Press CLASS to select one of the
three classes then press P-SET }/
](PRESET TUNING @/#) to
select the station preset you want.
You can also use the MULTI JOG dial
(front panel) to select a station preset.
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Using the Tuner
4 Press ENTER.
The preset class and number stop
blinking and the receiver stores the
station you want to listen.
Listening to Station
Presets
1 Press TUN (remote) or use the
MULTI JOG dial on the front panel
to select the tuner.
2 Press CLASS to select the class in
which the station is stored.
Press repeatedly to cycle through classes
A, B and C.
3 Press P-SET }/](PRESET
TUNING @/#) to select the
station preset you want.
Note:
If the receiver is left disconnected from the
AC power outlet for an extended period, the
station memories will be lost and will have
to be reprogrammed.
Naming Station Presets
For easier identification, you can name your
station presets.
1 Choose the station preset you want
to name.
See “Listening to Station Presets” above
for how to do this.
2 Press T EDIT/GUIDE (TUNER EDIT).
The display shows ST. NAME, then a
blinking cursor at the first character
position.
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3 Input the name you want.
Names can be up to four characters long.
• Use the MULTI JOG dial (front panel)
or the P-SET }/] (remote) to select
characters.
• Press ENTER to confirm a character. If
no character is input, a space is input.
• The name is stored when ENTER is
pressed after choosing the fourth
character.
Notes:
• To erase a station name, simply repeat
steps 1-3 and input four spaces instead of
a name.
• Once you have named a station preset,
you can press DTV/DISP when listening
to a station to switch the display between
the name and the frequency.
Making a Recording
Making an Audio or a
Video Recording
You can make an audio or a video recording
from the built-in tuner, or from an audio or
video source connected to the receiver (such
as a CD player or TV).
Keep in mind you cannot make a digital
recording from an analog source or vice-versa,
so make sure the components you are
recording to/from are connected in the same
way (see pages 14, 15, 17 for more on
connections).
If you want to record from a video source,
you also need use the same type of
connection for the source as for the recorder.
For example, you cannot record a
component connected using an S-video cord
with a recorder connected using a standard
video cord (see page 13 for more on video
connections).
Note:
The receiver's volume, balance, tone (bass,
treble, loudness), and surround effects have
no effect on the recorded signal.
1 Select the source you want to
record.
Tune to the radio station, load the CD,
video, DVD or other source.
4 Prepare the recorder.
Insert a blank tape, MD, video or other
recording medium into the recording
device and set the recording levels. Refer
to the instructions that came with the
recorder if you are unsure how to do this.
Most video recorders set the audio
recording level automatically—check the
component’s instruction manual if you
are unsure.
5 Start recording, then start playback of the source component.
Monitoring Your Recording
You can listen to (monitor) the recording as
it is being made using the MONITOR button
on the front panel (a cassette deck would
have to have a record monitor function).
• Press the MONITOR button to
switch between the recorded
signal and the original source
signal.
Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the
remote (or MULTI JOG dial on the front
panel).
2 Select the input signal (if
necessary).
Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL SELECT) to
select the input signal corresponding to
the source component (see page 30 for
more on this).
3 Prepare the source you want to
record.
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Controlling the Rest of Your
System
Setting the Remote to
Control Other
Components
There are several ways to set your remote to
control the other components in your
system. The easiest way to do this is to
assign the component’s manufacturer preset
code (listed on pages 51–61) to one of the
MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote
control. You can do this directly, or by
searching through different preset codes
until you find the right one.
The buttons can be set to control the
following components:
Selecting Preset Codes
Directly
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
1
2
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
4
5
TVC
3
FL DIMMER
6
CH SELECT
LEVEL
8
7
9
EFFECT
+10
0
DTV INFO
MPX/RETURN
¶
7
BAND
CLASS
1
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
3
8
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
¡
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
¢
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
Button Controllable Components
DVD
TV
VCR
CD
CD-R
TVC
TUN
DVD or LD player
TV or Satellite tuner
VCR or Digital Video Recorder
CD player
CD Recorder, Tape deck
or MD player
TV or Cable TV tuner
FM/AM tuner
Note:
You can cancel or exit any of the steps by
pressing and holding MUTE for three
seconds.
TUNING
CHANNEL
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button
for the component you want to
control.
3 Use the number buttons to enter
the 4 digit preset code (see pages
51–61)
The LED blinks for half a second after
you input each digit and lights for two
seconds once you have entered a valid
code. If the LED blinks three times, it
means an invalid code has been input or
an error has occurred.
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Notes:
• If you assign a preset code for the TUN
button, you will not be able to control
the built-in tuner using the remote. Reset
the remote to the built-in tuner by
entering the preset code 7008.
• To erase the preset code for the current
MULTI CONTROL button, enter 0000 as
the preset code.
4 Repeat steps 1 through 3 for the
other components you want to
control.
Searching for Preset
Codes
Another way of entering preset codes is to
use the search feature. The remote transmits
batches of 10 codes; when you see the
component you want to control respond (by
turning on or off), you just scan through the
last 10 codes until you find the right one.
RECEIVER
POWER
SOURCE
POWER
DVD
TV
VCR
CD-R
MULTI CONTROL
RCV
TUN
CD
TVC
1
2
3
TEST TONE
INPUT ATT
FL DIMMER
4
5
6
CH SELECT
9
EFFECT
0
MPX/RETURN
¶
7
BAND
CLASS
1
TOP MENU
REMOTE SETUP
INPUT SEL.
If the component is some kind of player
(CD player, VCR, etc.), start it playing.
2 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
3 Press the MULTI CONTROL button
for the component you want to
control.
4 Press and hold SETUP for three
seconds.
A batch of 10 codes is transmitted and
the LED blinks during transmission. If
the component responds by stopping or
switching off, go to the next step,
otherwise repeat this step.
5 Switch the component back on or
restart playback.
6 Use ’ and ‘ to scan through the
last 10 codes transmitted to
identify the correct code.
Stop when you see the component stop
or switch off.
You can also verify you have the correct
code by adjusting the volume or testing
other controls on the component.
LEVEL
8
7
+10
DTV INFO
1 Switch on the component you
want to control.
DISC
ENTER
D ACCESS
T EDIT/GUIDE
3
8
DTV/DISP
DTV MENU
¡
4
AUDIO
SUB TITLE
ANGLE
STANDARD
ADV SURR
STEREO
SIGNAL SEL
NIGHT
LOUD
MUTE
7 Press and hold ENTER for three
seconds to save the preset code.
¢
RECEIVER CONTROL
TUNING
P-SET
S ETU P
P-SET
ENTER
TUNING
CHANNEL
MENU
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Erasing a Remote
Control Button Setting
This erases one of the buttons you have
programmed and restores the button to the
factory default.
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button
for the setting to be erased.
3 Press the RECEIVER POWER
button twice quickly.
The LED blinks to indicate the remote is
ready to erase the button setting.
4 Press and hold the button to be
erased for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for three seconds
and then goes off.
5 Repeat Step 4 to erase other button
settings.
6 Press and hold the SETUP button
for two seconds to exit.
Direct Function
Default setting: ON
When direct function is on, any component
you select using the MULTI CONTROL
buttons will be selected by both the receiver
and the remote control. When you turn
direct function off, you can operate the
remote control without affecting the receiver.
You can use the direct function feature to
control one component using the remote
control while using your receiver to play
back a different component.
For example, you can use the remote control
to set up and listen to a CD on the receiver
and then use the remote control to rewind a
tape in your VCR.
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
Clearing All Remote
Control Settings
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button
for the component you want to
control.
You can clear all presets and restore the
factory default settings.
3 Use the number buttons to enter
either 9990 (direct on) or 9995
(direct off).
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
2 Press any MULTI CONTROL button
then use the number buttons to
enter 0123.
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The LED lights for two seconds to
indicate that the settings have been
restored to the factory presets. (If the
LED blinks three times, then you made a
mistake with the code—try re-entering
it.)
The LED will light for two seconds to
indicate that it has been correctly set. (If
the LED blinks three times, then there
was a mistake with the code—repeat
steps 1-3.)
Controlling the Rest of Your System
Note:
You cannot use direct function for TV
INPUT.
Confirming Preset Codes
Use this feature to check which preset code
is assigned to a MULTI CONTROL button.
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP
for three seconds.
The LED lights steadily for two seconds.
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button
of the component for which you
want to check the preset code.
3 Press and hold ENTER for two
seconds.
Each preset code consists of four digits,
for example 1329. Each digit will be
represented by a series of blinks on the
remote’s LED—for example, 3 blinks to
represent the digit 3. “0” is represented
by 10 blinks.
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Controls for TVs
This remote control can control components after entering the proper codes (see pages 44–
46). Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to select the component.
Function
Button (s)
TV
DTV
Press to switch the TV or CATV between standby and on.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
TV INPUT Press to switch the TV input. (Not possible with all models.
If it does not work with the preset code, use the learning
feature.)
TV
CHANNEL Select channels.
+/–
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/
DTV
TV VOL
+/–
Adjust the TV volume.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/
DTV
SOURCE
Press to switch the DTV on or off.
DTV
4
Move to lower numbered channels
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
Choose the RED commands on a DTV menu.
DTV
Use to move to higher numbered channels
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
Use to choose the YELLOW commands on a DTV menu.
DTV
8
Use as the T EDIT/GUIDE button for navigating
DTV
¡
Use to choose the GREEN commands on a DTV menu.
DTV
1
Use to choose the BLUE commands on a DTV menu.
DTV
3
Use to get INFO on the DTV program.
DTV
7
Use to switch DTV audio tracks
DTV
Number
Buttons
Use to select a specific TV channel.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/
DTV
¢
+10 button Use to add a decimal point when selecting a specific TV
channel.
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Components
Press to switch the DTV on or off.
DTV
DISC
Use to enter a channel.
DTV
MENU
Select different menus from the DTV functions.
DTV
Select the menu screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
Controlling the Rest of Your System
Button (s)
Function
Components
}]’‘ & Select or adjust and navigate items on the menu screen.
ENTER
ENTER brings up the DTV menus.
EFFECT
+/–
DTV
Press to select or adjust and navigate items on the menu
screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/
DTV
For TV and cable TV use this button to immediately enter a
new channel (CHANNEL ENTER function). For satellite TV
use this button to exit the menu screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/
DTV
Note:
The four TV CONTROL buttons on the remote control are dedicated to control the TV
assigned to the TVC button. Thus if you only have one TV to connect to this system assign it
to the TVC MULTI CONTROL button. If you have two TVs, assign the main TV to the TVC
button.
Controls for Other Components
This remote control can control these components after entering the proper codes (see pages
44–46). Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to select the component.
Button (s)
Function
Components
SOURCE
POWER
Press to switch the component between standby and on.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR player/Cassette deck
4
Press to return to the start of the current track.
Repeated presses skips to the start of previous tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/DVD/LD player
Go back channels (channel –).
VCR/DVR
Play the reverse side of the tape on a reversible deck.
Cassette deck
Press to advance to the start of the next track.
Repeated presses skips to the start of following tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/LD player
Go forward channels (channel +).
VCR
Play the forward side of the tape on a reversible deck.
Cassette deck
8
Pause playback or recording.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR player/Cassette deck
¡
Hold down for fast forward playback.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR player/Cassette deck
1
Hold down for fast reverse playback.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR player/Cassette deck
¢
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Button (s)
Function
Start playback.
7
Stop playback (on some models, pressing this when the CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
disc is already stopped will cause the disc tray to open). DVR player/Cassette deck
¶
Start recording. To prevent accidental recording, this
button must be pressed twice to take effect (the second
press must be within 10 seconds of the first).
VCR/DVR player
Number
buttons
Directly access tracks on a program source.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD player
Use the number buttons to navigate the on-screen
display.
DVD/DVR player
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR player/Cassette deck
+10 button Select tracks higher than 10. (For example, press +10
then 3 to select track 13.)
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD player
DISC
Choose the disc.
Multiple CD player
Ejects the disc.
MD player
Press to switch between the VCR tuner and the TV
tuner.
VCR
Changes sides of the LD.
LD player
MENU
Displays menus concerning the current DVD or DVR
you are using.
DVD/DVR player
’
Pause the tape.
Cassette deck
‘
Stop the tape.
Cassette deck
ENTER
Start playback.
Cassette deck
}
Fast rewind the tape.
Cassette deck
]
Fast forward the tape
Cassette deck
}]’‘ & Navigate DVD menu/options.
ENTER
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Components
3
DVD/DVR Player
Controlling the Rest of Your System
Preset Code List
You should have no problem controlling a component if you find the manufacturer in this list,
but you can only set these codes for the button that is assigned to that component. So, for
example, the TV codes can only be set to the TV or TVC button. Please note that there are cases
where only certain functions may be controllable after assigning the proper preset code, or the
codes for the manufacturer in the list will not work for the model that you are using.
TV
TV
TVC
Manufacturer
Code
PHILIPS
1008, 1017, 1020, 1025, 1104,
1115
1001, 1007, 1016
1023, 1054, 1055, 1075, 1076,
1082, 1087, 1121, 1124
1015, 1016, 1027, 1031, 1050,
1051, 1085
1005, 1026, 1034, 1038, 1042,
1046, 1075, 1097
1016, 1019, 1041, 1056, 1124
1006, 1011, 1013, 1017, 1026,
1027, 1039, 1062, 1079, 1089,
1092, 1102
1005, 1017, 1033, 1046, 1065,
1084, 1091
1011, 1016, 1041, 1045, 1049,
1062, 1114
1002, 1011, 1013, 1017, 1019,
1026, 1046, 1062, 1079, 1092
1066, 1068, 1071, 1075, 1115
1008, 1017
1016, 1024, 1030, 1053, 1065,
1067, 1103, 1122
1006, 1011, 1017, 1019, 1028,
1040, 1050, 1104, 1110, 1118,
1119
1017, 1063, 1083, 1095, 1098,
1099, 1112
1017, 1052, 1066, 1068, 1071,
1075, 1115
1041, 1055, 1075, 1112
1014, 1079
1040
1013, 1074
1080, 1089
1006
1063, 1078
1006, 1016, 1017, 1080, 1103
1095
1004, 1006, 1029, 1054, 1064,
1087, 1108
1054, 1087, 1108
1061
1064
1079
SONY
PANASONIC
TOSHIBA
TELEFUNKEN
SHARP
SAMSUNG
FERGUSON
MITSUBISHI
GOLDSTAR
BLAUPUNKT
RADIOLA
JVC
DAEWOO
ORION
SIEMENS
ADMIRAL
ADYSON
AIKO
AKAI
AKURA
ACURA
ALARON
ALBA
ALLORGAN
ANAM
ANAM NATIONAL
AMBASSADOR
AMERICA ACTION
AMPLIVISION
AMPRO
AMSTRAD
ANITECH
AOC
ARCAM
ASBERG
ASUKA
ATLANTIC
AUDIOSONIC
AUDIOVOX
AUTOVOX
BANG & OLUFSEN
BASIC LINE
BAYSONIC
BAUR
BEKO
BELCOR
BELL & HOWELL
BEON
BINATONE
BLUE SKY
BLUE STAR
BONDSTEC
BOOTS
BPL
BSR
BRADFORD
BRANDT
BRITANNIA
BROCKWOOD
BROKSONIC
BTC
BUSH
CANDLE
CARNIVALE
CARREFOUR
CARVER
CASCADE
CATHAY
CENTURY
CENTURION
CELEBRITY
CCE
CGE
CIMLINE
CINERAL
CITIZEN
1126
1006, 1017, 1103, 1105
1006, 1029, 1036
1011, 1013
1078, 1079
1036
1080
1073
1017, 1046
1040, 1064, 1110 , 1118
1036, 1073
1116
1006, 1080
1064
1007, 1017, 1114, 1115
1102
1011
1009, 1050
1017
1079
1080
1090
1086
1079
1090
1095
1064
1046, 1069, 1070, 1072
1078
1011
1083, 1112
1080
1006, 1016, 1017, 1080, 1090,
1095, 1103, 1104
1013, 1026
1013
1016
1025, 1058
1006
1017
1075
1017
1001
1017
1034, 1036, 1038, 1086, 1097
1006
1040, 1110
1013, 1019, 1026, 1027, 1040
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CLARIVOX
1017
CLATRONIC
1036, 1086, 1102
CME
1007, 1015, 1114
CONCERTO
1026
CONDOR
1098, 1102
CONTEC
1006, 1016, 1064, 1078
CONTINENTAL EDISON 1069, 1070, 1072
CRAIG
1054
CROSLEY
1025, 1034, 1036, 1038, 1075
CROWN
1006, 1017, 1019, 1036, 1064,
1102, 1106
CRYSTAL
1109
CS ELECTRONICS 1078
CTC
1086
CURTIS MATHES
1009, 1013, 1019, 1022, 1023,
1025, 1026, 1027, 1041, 1047,
1050, 1057, 1110, 1113, 1129,
1131
CYBERTRON
1080
CXC
1064
DAINICHI
1077, 1080
DANSAI
1017
DAYTRON
1006, 1011
DECCA
1017, 1032
DE GRAAF
1074
DENON
1047
DIXI
1006, 1017
DUAL TEC
1079
DUMONT
1010, 1011, 1031
DWIN
1125, 1127
ECE
1017
ELBE
1088
ELECTROBAND
1001
ELIN
1017
ELITE
1080, 1098
ELTA
1006
EMERSON
1011, 1018, 1019, 1050, 1061,
1062, 1063, 1064, 1075, 1083,
1090, 1112, 1118, 1119
ENVISION
1013
ERRES
1008, 1017
ETRON
1006, 1120
EXPERT
1073
FIDELITY
1078
FINLANDIA
1074
FINLUX
1017, 1031, 1032 , 1044
FISHER
1050, 1074, 1079, 1096, 1102
FLINT
1111
FORMENTI
1017, 1075, 1098
FORTRESS
1041
FRONTECH
1055, 1086, 1089, 1109
FUJITSU
1032, 1063, 1073
FUNAI
1059, 1063, 1064, 1089, 1095,
1096
FUTURETECH
1064
GE
1012, 1022, 1023, 1041, 1062,
1090, 1110, 1129, 1131
GEC
GELOSO
GENEXXA
GIBRALTER
GOODMANS
1017, 1020, 1032, 1072, 1079
1006, 1075
1055, 1080
1010, 1011, 1013
1016, 1017, 1032, 1079, 1103,
1104
GORENJE
1102
GPM
1080
GRAETZ
1055
GRANADA
1017, 1032, 1048, 1074, 1079,
1100
GRADIENTE
1024, 1026, 1058
GRANDIN
1090
GRUNDIG
1031, 1066, 1068, 1072, 1115
GRUNPY
1063, 1064
HALLMARK
1062
HANSEATIC
1017, 1098
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1063
HARVARD
1029, 1064
HARMAN/KARDON 1025
HCM
1006, 1090, 1105
HINARI
1006, 1016, 1017, 1080
HISAWA
1090, 1111
HITACHI
1014, 1016, 1018, 1020, 1021,
1026, 1044, 1046, 1047, 1055,
1069, 1070, 1079, 1081, 1097
HUANYU
1078, 1104
HYPSON
1017, 1089, 1090
ICE
1079, 1089, 1103
ICES
1080
IMPERIAL
1034, 1036, 1038, 1086, 1102,
1106
INDIANA
1017
INFINITY
1025
INGELEN
1055
INNO HIT
1032
INNOVA
1017
INTEQ
1010
INTERBUY
1029
INTERFUNK
1017, 1055, 1086, 1114
INTERVISION
1017, 1029, 1043
1079, 1089
ISUKAI
1080
ITS
1103
ITT
1055
JBL
1025
JCB
1001
KAISUI
1006, 1078, 1079, 1080, 1090,
KAMP
1078
KAPSCH
1055, 1073
KAWASHO
1078
KEC
1064
KENDO
1017
KNEISSEL
1088
KENWOOD
1011, 1013
KINGSLEY
1078
KONIG
1114
KORPEL
1017
KOYODA
1006
Controlling the Rest of Your System
KTV
LEYCO
LG
LIESENK&TTER
LLOYTRON
LOEWE
LOGIK
LUMA
LUXMAN
LXI
M ELECTRONIC
MAGNAVOX
MAGNADYNE
MAGNAFON
MAJESTIC
MANESTH
MARANTZ
MARK
MATSUI
MATSUSHITA
MCMICHAEL
MEDIATOR
MEGATRON
MEMOREX
METZ
MGA
MIDLAND
MINERVA
MINOKA
MINUTZ
MIVAR
MOTION
MOTOROLA
MTC
MULTITECH
NAD
NEC
NECKERMANN
NEI
NETSAT
NICAMAGIC
NIKKAI
NIKKO
NOBLIKO
NORDMENDE
NTC
OCEANIC
ONWA
OPTIMUS
OPTONICA
OSAKI
1013, 1019, 1064
1017, 1032, 1089, 1095
1026
1017
1014
1035, 1114
1009
1073
1026
1022, 1025, 1050, 1051, 1062
1006, 1017, 1029, 1044, 1046,
1055, 1079, 1091, 1104
1013, 1016, 1025, 1063
1043, 1086
1036, 1043, 1075
1009
1079, 1089, 1098
1013, 1017, 1025
1017
1006, 1015, 1016, 1017, 1032,
1074, 1079, 1095, 1103
1087
1020
1008, 1017
1047, 1062
1006, 1009, 1026, 1049, 1050,
1062, 1087, 1112
1075
1011, 1013, 1049, 1062
1010, 1019, 1022, 1023
1031, 1115
1105
1012
1078, 1092, 1093, 1094
1036
1041
1011, 1013, 1026, 1027, 1078,
1114
1006, 1036, 1043, 1064, 1078
1051, 1057, 1062
1011, 1013, 1016, 1026, 1058
1017, 1066, 1075, 1115
1017, 1109
1017
1078
1014, 1015, 1017, 1032, 1078,
1080, 1089
1013, 1040, 1062
1036, 1043
1046, 1069, 1070, 1075, 1091
1040
1055, 1077
1064
1050, 1057, 1087
1041, 1056
1014, 1032, 1079, 1080, 1089,
1105
OSO
OSUME
OTTO
OTTO VERSAND
PALLADIUM
PANAMA
PATHE MARCONI
PATHE CINEMA
PAUSA
PENNEY
PERDIO
PHAPSODY
PHASE
PHILCO
PHONOLA
PILOT
PORTLAND
PRISM
PROFEX
PROLINE
PROSOCAN
PROTECH
PROTON
PULSAR
PYE
QUASAR
QUELLE
QUESTA
R-LINE
RANK ARENA
RBM
RCA
REALISTIC
REX
REVOX
ROADSTAR
RUNCO
SABA
SACCS
SAISHO
SALORA
SAMBERS
SAMPO
SAMSUX
SANDRA
SANSEI
SANSUI
1080
1014, 1032, 1052
1007, 1114
1007, 1016, 1017, 1066, 1075,
1079, 1098, 1115
1102, 1106
1079, 1089
1069, 1070, 1072
1075, 1078, 1084, 1098
1006
1003, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1019,
1022, 1023, 1026, 1027, 1051,
1062, 1131
1098
1078
1014
1011, 1013, 1025, 1034, 1036,
1038, 1047, 1075, 1086, 1112
1008, 1017
1011, 1013, 1019
1011, 1019, 1040
1023
1006, 1037
1099
1022
1006, 1017, 1043, 1079, 1086,
1089, 1106, 1109
1062, 1113
1010, 1011
1008
1023, 1056, 1087
1007, 1017, 1031, 1034, 1038,
1071, 1075, 1097, 1114, 1115
1016
1017
1016
1031
1011, 1018, 1022, 1023, 1039,
1041, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1131,
1132
1011, 1013, 1019, 1026, 1050,
1056, 1062, 1064
1055, 1073, 1088, 1089
1017
1006, 1080, 1089, 1106
1010, 1013, 1117
1035, 1046, 1055, 1069, 1070,
1072, 1075, 1091
1084
1006, 1089, 1109
1055
1036, 1043, 1075
1013, 1019
1019
1078
1110
1112
53
Controlling the Rest of Your System
SANYO
SBR
SCHNEIDER
SCIMITSU
SCOTCH
SCOTT
SEARS
SEG
SEI
SEI-SINUDYNE
SELECO
SEMIVOX
SEMP
SENTRA
SHOGUN
SHORAI
SSS
SIAREM
SINDYNE
SIGNATURE
SILVER
SKY
SKY-WORTH
SOLAVOX
SONITRON
SONOKO
SONOLOR
SONTEC
SOUNDESIGN
SOUNDWAVE
SQUAREVIEW
STANDARD
STARLITE
STERN
SUNKAI
SUPERTECH
SUPREME
SUSUMU
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
SYSLINE
TANDY
TASHIKO
TEC
TECHNEMA
TECHNICS
TECHNOL ACE
TECHWOOD
TEKNIKA
54
TELEAVIA
TELEMEISTER
TELETECH
TELETON
TENSAI
1016, 1032, 1048, 1050, 1052,
1074, 1075, 1100
1008, 1017, 1020
1017, 1080, 1086, 1096, 1103
1011
1062
1011, 1062, 1063, 1064, 1083
1022, 1025, 1026, 1050, 1051,
1059, 1062, 1063
1016, 1036, 1079, 1089
1043, 1075, 1095
1007
1055, 1073, 1088
1064
1051
1015
1011
1095
1011, 1064
1043, 1075
1043, 1075, 1095
1009
1016
1017
1017
1014, 1055
1074
1006, 1017
1055, 1074, 1077
1017
1062, 1063, 1064
1017, 1106
1059
1006, 1079, 1080
1064
1055, 1073, 1088
1095, 1099
1078
1001
1080
1013, 1025
1059
1017
1032, 1041, 1055, 1079, 1080
1016, 1020, 1079
1079, 1086
1098
1023, 1087, 1121
1063
1023, 1026
1009, 1011, 1019, 1025, 1026,
1027, 1040, 1049, 1063, 1064
1072
1098
1006
1016, 1073, 1079
1080, 1095, 1098
TEXET
THOMSON
THORN
1078, 1080
1046, 1069, 1070, 1072, 1091
1015, 1017, 1032, 1034, 1038,
1065, 1067, 1114
TMK
1026, 1061, 1062
TOMASHI
1090
TOTEVISION
1019
TRIUMPH
1085
TUTUNG
1017, 1032, 1079
UHER
1073, 1096, 1098
ULTRA
1067
ULTRAVOX
1043
UNIVERSUM
1017, 1044, 1089, 1102
VECTOR RESEARCH 1013
VESTEL
1017
VICTOR
1016, 1024, 1053, 1087
VIDEOSAT
1086
VIDEOTECHNIC
1079
VIDIKRON
1025
VIDTECH
1011, 1016, 1062
VISION
1098
VOXSON
1055
WALTHAM
1079
WATSON
1017, 1098
WATT RADIO
1043
WARDS
1009, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1025,
1026, 1056, 1062, 1063
WEGA
1016
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 1017, 1078, 1098, 1112,
1118, 1119
YAMAHA
1011, 1013
YOKO
1017, 1079, 1101, 1109
ZANUSSI
1073
ZENITH
1009, 1010, 1040, 1112
PIONEER
1018, 1046, 1055, 1057, 1060,
1091, 1107, 1123, 1124
MD PLAYER
CD-R
CD
Manufacturer
Code
SONY
KENWOOD
SHARP
ONKYO
ORION
DENON
PIONEER
5401
5402,5407
5403
5404
5406
5405
5408
LD PLAYER
DVD
Manufacturer
Code
AKAI
BBK
CYRUS
DENON
DISCO VISION
5222
5224
5207
5202
5201
Controlling the Rest of Your System
FUNAI
HITACHI
HONG DENG
IDALL
KEBAO
MARANTZ
MITSUBISHI
NAD
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
RADIOLA
ROWA
SALORA
SEGA
SHARP
SHINCO
SMC
SONY
SUPER
TELEFUNKEN
TOSHIBA
PIONEER
CD PLAYER
Manufacturer
5217
5201
5213
5219
5215
5203, 5205
5202
5202
5210
5203, 5207, 5209
5207
5212
5203
5201
5221
5211
5220
5204, 5206, 5216
5218
5215
5202
5223
5201,5202, 5208
5214
CD
CD-R
Code
AIWA
5016, 5021
AKAI
5014, 5020, 5032
ANAM
5041
ARCAM
5021
AUDIOLAB
5021
AUDIOMECA
5021
AUDIO TON
5021
BESTAR
5022
BURMESTER
5045
CALIFORNIA AUDIO LABS 5004
CARVER
5021, 5025, 5046
CONDOR
5018, 5022
CURTIS MATHES
5004
CYRUS
5021
DENON
5002, 5006, 5040, 5060
DKK
5001
DUAL
5031
DYNAMIC BASS
5025
EMERSON
5038
EROICA
5053, 5054
FANTASIA
5051
FISHER
5024, 5025
GARRARD
5044, 5045
GENEXXA
5005, 5038
GOLDSTAR
5043, 5051
GRUNDIG
5021
HARMAN/KARDON 5021, 5023
HITACHI
5005
INKEL
5015, 5026, 5046
JVC
KENWOOD
KRELL
LINN
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MATSUI
MCS
MEMOREX
MERIDIAN
MICROMEGA
MISSION
MITSUBISHI
MTC
NAD
NAIM
NIKKO
NSM
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
ORION
PANASONIC
PARASOUND
PHILIPS
PMG
POPPY
PROTON
QED
QUAD
QUASAR
RCA
REALISTIC
REVOX
ROTEL
SAE
SANSUI
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SONY
SOUDESIGN
TASCAM
TEAC
TECHNICS
THORENS
TOSHIBA
UNIVERSUM
YAMAHA
YORX
VICTOR
5011
5003, 5008, 5029, 5056, 5057,
5062
5021
5021
5036
5038
5021, 5038
5004, 5009, 5017, 5021, 5026
5021
5004
5022
5021
5021
5021
5014, 5020
5045
5001
5021
5024, 5041, 5051
5021
5012, 5013, 5042, 5059
5001, 5005, 5008, 5019, 5025,
5038, 5045, 5046, 5048
5061
5004, 5037
5045
5021, 5055
5022
5022
5021
5021
5021
5004,
5010, 5025, 5038
5025, 5026, 5045
5021
5021, 5045
5021
5021, 5033, 5038
5025, 5039
5018
5038
5038
5008, 5026, 5058
5015, 5026, 5031
5001, 5027, 5050
5019
5045
5024, 5026, 5044, 5045
5004, 5034, 5037
5021
5049
5021
5007, 5028
5047
5011
55
Controlling the Rest of Your System
WARDS
PIONEER
TAPE DECK
56
5010, 5021
5005, 5030, 5035, 5038, 5048,
5052, 5063
CD-R
CD
Manufacturer
Code
ADC
AIWA
AKAI
ANAM
ARCAM
CARVER
DENON
DUAL
DYNAMIC BASS
EROICA
FISHER
GARRARD
GOLDSTAR
GRUNDIG
HARMON/KARDON
INKEL
JVC
KENWOOD
KYOCERA
LOTTE
LUXMAN
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MEMOREX
MITSUBISHI
NAKAMICHI
NIKKO
OLYMPUS
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
RCA
RENAISSANCE
REVOX
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SHARP
SONIC
SONY
TEAC
TECHNICS
THORENS
VICTOR
WARDS
YAMAHA
PIONEER
6013
6002, 6022, 6017, 6018
6015, 6016
6035
6005
6002, 6028
6005, 6039
6037
6028
6041
6028
6036
6036
6002
6002, 6014
6003
6027, 6030, 6031
6003, 6004, 6019, 6024, 6025
6013
6034
6029
6002
6002
6008, 6009
6016
6020
6035
6029
6010, 6011, 6032
6001, 6021
6023
6002
6028
6040
6002
6038
6002
6028
6019
6036
6012, 6026, 6033
6038
6023
6002
6027, 6030
6001
6006, 6007, 6019
6001, 6008, 6009
6021,
DVD PLAYER
DVD
Manufacturer
Code
TOSHIBA
SONY
PANASONIC
KENWOOD
JVC
SAMSUNG
AKAI
HARMAN/KARDON
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
ONKYO
PROSCAN
RCA
SHARP
THETA DIGITAL
TECHNICS
THOMSON
YAMAHA
PHILIPS
ZENITH
PIONEER
5302
5306
5301, 5322
5307
5311, 5318
5313
5316
5314
5302
5303
5302, 5317, 5319
5304
5304
5320
5312
5301
5310
5301, 5309
5302, 5308
5302, 5315
5305, 5312, 5321
5322
AMPLIFIER
TUN
Manufacturer
Code
AUDIOLAB
DENON
GRUNDIG
MARANTZ
MICROMEGA
PHILIPS
PIONEER
REVOX
TANDBERG
THORENS
YAMAHA
8005
8002
8005
8005
8005
8005
8004
8005
8003
8005
8001, 8006
MISC AUDIO
Manufacturer
TUN
Code
JERROLD
8201, 8203
STARCOM
8201
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 8202
RECEIVERS
TUN
Manufacturer
Code
ADC
AIWA
AKAI
ANAM
ARCAM
AUDIOLAB
7042
7012, 7023, 7031, 7055, 7064
7011, 7027
7010, 7046
7018, 7048
7059
Controlling the Rest of Your System
CAPETRONIC
CARVER
CURTIS
DAEWOO
DENON
DUAL
EROICA
FANTASIA
FERGUSON
FINE ARTS
FISHER
GARRARD
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANS
GP AUDIO
GRUNDIG
HARMAN/KARDON
INKEL
JBL
JVC
KENWOOD
LOTTE
LUXMAN
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCINTOSH
MCS
MCSILVER
MICROMEGE
NIKKO
OPTIMUS
ONKYO
PALLADIUM
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PHONOTREND
QUASAR
RCA
RENAISSANCE
REVOX
ROADSTAR
SABA
SAISHO
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SOUNDESIGN
SONY
TAE KWANG
TEAC
TECHNICS
TELEFUNKEN
7042
7055, 7059
7008
7032
7001, 7056, 7058
7040
7005
7037
7042
7059
7028
7032, 7034, 7035
7010
7027
7033
7018, 7059
7009, 7051
7038, 7040
7009
7007, 7036, 7042
7003, 7017, 7025, 7026, 7044,
7053, 7063, 7066
7037, 7039
7021
7030, 7042, 7055, 7059
7004, 7018, 7055, 7059
7020
7004
7037
7018, 7059
7032, 7037, 7046
7017, 7034, 7042, 7049, 7052
7013, 7029
7050
7004, 7024, 7041
7018, 7030, 7045, 7048, 7051,
7055, 7059
7038
7004
7006, 7042
7043
7018
7027
7042
7027
7010
7027, 7055
7028
7042
7017
7038
7049
7015, 7054, 7057, 7060
7034
7010, 7035
7004, 7062, 7065
7019, 7024, 7041, 7061, 7062,
7065
THORENS
UHER
VICTOR
WARDS
YAMAHA
PIONEER
VCR
7018, 7059
7027, 7042, 7050
7007
7002, 7006, 7008
7016, 7017
7002, 7008, 7014, 7022, 7042,
7047, 7050, 7052
VCR
Manufacturer
Code
PHILIPS
PANASONIC
2015, 2035, 2074, 2075
2015, 2042, 2053, 2054,
2055, 2087
2021, 2064, 2074
2001, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014,
2015
2008, 2021, 2033, 2049, 2050,
2074, 2080
2003, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2034,
2035, 2048, 2050, 2054, 2069,
2071, 2075
2021, 2029, 2038, 2060, 2063
2001, 2004, 2021, 2022, 2043,
2056, 2057
2021, 2023, 2024, 2035, 2074
2023, 2027, 2033, 2035, 2045
2027, 2073
2002, 2004, 2016, 2036, 2046,
2052, 2070, 2072, 2078
2025, 2026, 2037, 2057
2021, 2039, 2064, 2065
2003, 2005, 2010, 2014, 2041,
2042, 2048, 2054, 2055, 2075
2025, 2037, 2038, 2057
2027, 2052
2001
2059
2001, 2017, 2062, 2070, 2072
2034
2011, 2034, 2052, 2059, 2063,
2072
2011
2059
2015
2001, 2059, 2067, 2068
2017, 2042, 2054, 2057, 2059,
2082, 2084
2042, 2054, 2087
2034
2017, 2035
2057
2017
2017
2001, 2021, 2037, 2039
2011, 2034, 2059
2057
THOMSON
SONY
JVC
GRUNDIG
AKAI
HITACHI
TOSHIBA
MITSUBISHI
SHARP
ORION
SANYO
FERGUSON
BLAUPUNKT
NOKIA
ADMIRAL
ADVENTURA
AIKO
AIWA
AKIBA
ALBA
AMBASSADOR
AMERICA ACTION
AMERICAN HIGH
AMSTRAD
ANAM
ANAM NATIONAL
ANITECH
ASA
ASHA
ASUKA
AUDIOVOX
BAIRD
BASIC LINE
BEAUMARK
57
Controlling the Rest of Your System
58
BELL & HOWELL
2037
BRANDT
2047, 2064, 2065
BRANDT ELECTRONIC 2021
BROKSONIC
2002, 2040, 2046, 2052, 2078
BUSH
2034, 2052, 2059, 2072
CALIX
2017
CANON
2015
CAPEHART
2011
CARVER
2035
CATRON
2011
CCE
2034, 2059
CGE
2001
CIMLINE
2034
CINERAL
2059
CITIZEN
2017, 2059
CLATRONIC
2011
COLT
2034
COMBITECH
2072
CONDOR
2011
CRAIG
2017, 2026, 2034, 2057, 2058
CROWN
2011, 2034, 2059
CURTIS MATHES
2015, 2021, 2032, 2042
CYBERNEX
2057
CYRUS
2035
DAEWOO
2011, 2024, 2025, 2059, 2083
DANSAI
2034
DAYTRON
2011
DECCA
2001, 2035
DE GRAAF
2022, 2043
DENON
2022
DUAL
2021
DUMONT
2001, 2035, 2037
DYNATECH
2001
ELBE
2018
ELCATECH
2034
ELECTROHOME
2017
ELECTROPHONIC 2017
EMEREX
2012
EMERSON
2001, 2002, 2017, 2023, 2040,
2046, 2051, 2052, 2059, 2078,
2083
ESC
2057, 2059
FIDELITY
2001
FINLANDIA
2035, 2037
FINLUX
2001, 2022, 2035, 2037
FIRSTLINE
2017, 2023, 2024, 2034, 2052
FISHER
2025, 2026, 2030, 2037
FRONTECH
2011
FUJI
2015
FUNAI
2001
GARRARD
2001
GE
2015, 2027, 2032, 2057
GEC
2035
GENERAL
2011, 2028
GOLDHAND
2034
GOLDSTAR
2017, 2018, 2053, 2079
GOODMANS
2001, 2017, 2034, 2059, 2075
GO VIDEO
2077, 2081
GRAETZ
2005, 2021, 2037, 2057
GRANADA
2025, 2035, 2037
GRADIENTE
2001, 2008
GRANDIN
2001, 2017, 2034
HANSEATIC
2017
HARMAN/KARDON 2018, 2035
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001
HARWOOD
2034
HCM
2034
HEADQUARTER
2025
HINARI
2004, 2034, 2057, 2072
HI-Q
2026
HUGHES NETWORK SYSTEMS 2022
HYPSON
2034
IMPERIAL
2001
INGERSOL
2004
INTERFUNK
2035
ITT
2005, 2021, 2025, 2037, 2038,
2057, 2074
ITV
2017, 2059
JENSEN
2021
KAISUI
2034
KEC
2017, 2059
KENDO
2038, 2052
KENWOOD
2018, 2021, 2033
KLH
2034
KODAK
2015, 2017
KORPEL
2034
LAYCO
2034
LENCO
2059
LG
2079
LLOYD’S
2001, 2051
LOEWE
2004, 2005, 2017, 2035
LOGIK
2004, 2034, 2057
LUXOR
2023, 2025, 2027, 2037, 2038
LXI
2017
M ELECTRONIC
2001
MAGNASONIC
2059
MAGNAVOX
2001, 2015, 2019, 2035
MAGNIN
2057
MANESTH
2024, 2034
MARANTZ
2003, 2005, 2015, 2035
MARTA
2017
MATSUI
2004, 2016, 2036, 2052, 2070,
2072
MATSUSHITA
2015, 2042, 2055
MEI
2015
MELECTRONIC
2018
MEMOREX
2001, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2025,
2026, 2027, 2037, 2052, 2057,
2062, 2085, 2087, 2088
MEMPHIS
2034
METZ
2003, 2005, 2017, 2042, 2048,
2055, 2069
MGA
2023, 2057
MGN TECHNOLOGY 2057
MINCRVA
2048
Controlling the Rest of Your System
MINERVA
MINOLTA
MOTOROLA
MTC
MULTITECH
MURPHY
NAD
NATIONAL
NEC
NECKERMANN
NESCO
NIKKO
NIKON
NOBLEX
NOKIA
NORDMENDE
OCEANIC
OKANO
OLYMPUS
OPTIMUS
OSAKI
OTTO VERSAND
PALLADIUM
PATHE MARCONI
PATHE CINEMA
PENTAX
PENNY
PERDIO
PHILCO
PHONOLA
PILOT
PORTLAND
PROFEX
PROFITRONIC
PROLINE
PROSCAN
PROTEC
PULSAR
PYE
QUARTER
QUARTZ
QUASAR
QUELLE
RADIO SHACK
RADIOLA
RADIX
RANDEX
RCA
REALISTIC
REX
RFT
RICOH
ROADSTAR
RUNCO
2005, 2010, 2048
2022
2015, 2027
2001, 2057
2001, 2034
2001
2031
2054
2018, 2020, 2021, 2033, 2037
2035
2034
2017
2014
2057
2021, 2025, 2037, 2038, 2057
2021, 2061, 2064, 2065, 2074
2001, 2021
2063, 2070
2015, 2054
2017, 2027, 2031, 2037, 2042,
2077, 2086, 2087, 2088
2001, 2017, 2034
2035
2005, 2017, 2021, 2034
2021
2016
2022
2015, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2022,
2057
2001
2015, 2018, 2052, 2078
2035
2017
2011
2066
2057
2001
2032
2034
2019
2035
2025
2025
2015, 2042, 2087
2035
2001, 2085
2035
2017
2017
2015, 2022, 2027, 2032, 2038,
2057
2001, 2015, 2017, 2025, 2026,
2027, 2037
2021, 2074
2075
2014
2017, 2034, 2057, 2059
2019
SABA
2021, 2049, 2050, 2061, 2064,
2065, 2074
SAISHO
2004, 2016, 2036, 2052
SALORA
2023, 2025, 2038
SANKY
2019, 2027
SANSUI
2001, 2021, 2033, 2052, 2058,
2078
SAMSUNG
2024, 2057, 2076, 2077
SAVILLE
2072
SBR
2035
SCHAUB LORENZ
2001, 2005, 2021, 2037
SCHNEIDER
2001, 2034, 2035
SCOTT
2023, 2024, 2040, 2046
SEARS
2001, 2015, 2017, 2022, 2025,
2026, 2037
SEG
2057, 2066
SEI
2004, 2035
SELECO
2021
SEMP
2024
SENTRA
2011
SHINTOM
2034, 2037
SHOGUN
2057
SHORAI
2004
SIEMENS
2003, 2005, 2010
2017, 2030, 2035
2037, 2048
SILVA
2017
SINGER
2024, 2034
SINUDYNE
2004, 2035
SOLAVOX
2011
SONOLOR
2025
SONTEC
2017
STS
2022
SUNKAI
2070
SUNSTAR
2001
SUNTRONIC
2001
SYLVANIA
2001, 2015, 2023, 2035
SYMHONIC
2001
TASHIKO
2001
TATUNG
2001, 2021, 2035
TEAC
2001, 2021
TEC
2011
TECHNICS
2015, 2042, 2054
TEKNIKA
2001, 2015, 2007, 2017, 2028
TELEAVIA
2021
TELEFUNKEN
2021, 2047, 2058, 2064, 2074
TENOSAL
2034
TENSAI
2001, 2066
THOMAS
2001
THORN
2016, 2021, 2037
TMK
2051, 2057
TOTEVISION
2017, 2057
TOWADA
2066
UHER
2057
UNITECH
2057
UNIVERSUM
2001, 2006, 2010, 2017, 2035,
2038, 2048, 2057, 2067
VECTOR
2024
VECTOR RESEARCH 2018, 2020
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
VICTOR
VIDEO CONCEPTS
VIDEOSONIC
WARDS
2008, 2021, 2033
2020, 2024
2057
2001, 2015, 2022, 2026, 2027,
2032, 2034, 2035, 2057
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 2052, 2059
XR-1000
2001
XR-1001
2015
XR-1002
2034
YAMAHA
2018
YAMISHI
2034
YOKAN
2034
YOKO
2011, 2057
ZENITH
2001, 2014, 2019, 2052, 2078
PIONEER
2031, 2033, 2035, 2044, 2056
SATELLITE TUNER
Manufacturer
ABSAT
AST
ALBA
ALDES
AMSTRAD
60
TV
TVC
Code
4006
4027
4029, 4034, 4037, 4052
4019
4003, 4016, 4025, 4038, 4039,
4042
ANKARO
4013, 4019, 4030, 4044
ANTTRON
4009, 4034
ARMSTRONG
4015
ASTRA
4005
ASTRO
4008, 4039, 4045
AVALON
4031
AXIS
4030, 4046
BT
4053
BEKO
4010
BEST
4030
BLAUPUNKT
4008
BOCA
4015, 4043
BRAIN WAVE
4022
BRITISH SKY BROADCASTING 4058
BUSH
4002
CNT
4045
CAMBRIDGE
4024
CANAL SATELLITE 4059
CANAL+
4059
CHANNEL MASTER 4029
COMLINK
4019
CONNEXIONS
4031
CROWN
4015
CYRUS
4011
D-BOX
4054
DDC
4029
DNT
4011, 4031
ECHOSTAR
4031, 4036, 4061
EMANON
4034
FTE HUMAX
4060
FERGUSON
4002, 4009, 4010, 4023
FIDELITY
4016
FINLUX
4005, 4024, 4032, 4037
FRACARRO
4061
FREECOM
4034
FUBE
4030, 4031, 4034
G-SAT
4009
GALAXIS
4019, 4057, 4060
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 4012
GOLD BOX
4059
GOODING
4048
GOODMANS
4010
GRUNDIG
4008, 4010, 4048
HINARI
4009
HIRSCHMANN
4008, 4032, 4039, 4040, 4049
HITACHI
4037
HOUSTON
4053
HUTH
4013, 4015, 4019, 4026
ITT
4005
INVIDEO
4061
INTERVISION
4050
JVC
4048
JOHANSSON
4022
KATHREIN
4004, 4006, 4008, 4011, 4035,
4041
KREISELMEYER
4008
KYOSTAR
4034
LA SAT
4043, 4045
LENCO
4034
LENNOX
4050
LUPUS
4030
LUXOR
4005, 4049
MANHATTAN
4037, 4045, 4050
MARANTZ
4011
MASPRO
4004, 4023
MATSUI
4024, 4048
MEDIASAT
4059
MEDIAMARKT
4015
MINERVA
4048
MORGAN’S
4015, 4043
NAVEX
4022
NEUHAUS
4039
NEUSAT
4057
NEWHAUS
4013
NIKKO
4028
NOKIA
4005, 4032, 4037, 4049, 4054,
4063
NORDMENDE
4029
ORBITECH
4039
OXFORD
4024
PACE
4002, 4009, 4014, 4023, 4037,
4055, 4058
PALLADIUM
4048
PALSAT
4039
PANDA
4037
PHILIPS
4007, 4011, 4020, 4037, 4048,
4059
PHONOTREND
4019, 4050
PIONEER
4021, 4059
Controlling the Rest of Your System
PLANET
PROMAX
PROSAT
QUADRAL
RADIOLA
RADIX
RCA
RFT
SAT
SABA
SABRE
SAGEM
SALORA
SATCOM
SATEC
SATMASTER
SATPARTNER
SCHWAIGER
SEEMANN
SEG
SIEMENS
SKYMASTER
SONY
STRONG
SUNSTAR
TPS
TANTEC
TECHNISAT
TECHNILAND
TELEFUNKEN
TELEKA
TELESAT
TONNA
TRIAD
TRIASAT
UNITOR
UNIVERSUM
VENTANA
VORTEC
VTECH
WINERSAT
WISI
XSAT
XCOM MULTIMEDIA
ZEHNDER
CABLE TV
Manufacturer
4061
4037
4019
4029, 4044
4011
4031, 4064
4037, 4059
4011, 4013, 4019
4027, 4038
4023, 4045
4037
4056
4005
4026, 4051
4009
4026
4022, 4034, 4040, 4045
4009, 4041
4031, 4046
4030, 4034
4008
4019, 4044, 4051
4017, 4018
4062
4043
4056
4023, 4037
4001, 4039
4026
4034
4015, 4052
4051
4026, 4053
4027
4040
4022
4008, 4049
4011
4034
4027
4022
4008, 4027, 4031, 4037
4006, 4065
4065
4033, 4045, 4047
TV
TVC
Code
ABC
3002, 3003, 3004, 3006, 3008
ANDOVER
3037
BELL & HOWELL
3006
BIRGMINGHAM CABLE
COMMUNICATION 3020
BRITISH TELECOM 3002, 3012
CABLETIME
3016, 3019, 3025, 3029
CONTEC
3009
CLYDE
3011
CRYPTOVISION
3038
DAEHAN
3043
DAERYUNG
3003
DECSAT
3027
EVERQUESST
3007
FILMNET
3028
FRANCE TELECOM 3030
GEC
3011
GEMINI
3007
GENERAL INSTRUMENT 3004, 3020, 3031, 3046
GOLDSTAR
3014, 3047
GRUNDIG
3035
HITACHI
3004
JASCO
3007
JERROLD
3002, 3004, 3005, 3006, 3007,
3020, 3031, 3046
LG ALPS
3044
MEMOREX
3001
MNET
3009, 3028
NOW
3041
OAK
3009
PACIFIC
3039
PANASONIC
3001, 3013
PARAGON
3001
PULSAR
3001
PVP STEREO VISUAL
MATRIX
3002
PIONEER
3010, 3014, 3018, 3036
QUASAR
3001
RADIO SHACK
3007
REMBRANDT
3004
RUNCO
3001
SAMSUNG
3014, 3040
SATBOX
3024
SIGNAL
3007
SIGNATURE
3004
STS
3015
SALORA
3026
SCIENTIFIC
3003, 3032, 3049
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 3003, 3008, 3021
SEAWOO
3045
STARCOM
3002, 3007
STARGATE
3007
STARQUEST
3007
TAIHAN
3043
TELESERVICE
3022
TELE+1
3028
TUDI
3023
TUSA
3007
TOCOM
3005
TONGKOOK
3042, 3048
TOSHIBA
3001
UNITED CABLE
3002
VIDEOWAY
3017
VISICABLE+
3033
WESTMINSTER
3012
WOLSEY GENE
3037
ZENITH
3001, 3034
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there
is something wrong with this component, check the points below. Sometimes the trouble
may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances
being used. If the trouble cannot be resolved by following the the suggested remedies below,
take the unit to your nearest local RadioShack store.
This receiver has been manufactured to the specifications of RadioShack and is covered by a
limited warranty from RadioShack. If your receiver is not operating as it should, take it to
your local RadioShack store or call 1-800-THE-SHACK for assistance.
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Problem
Remedy
The power does not turn on.
• Connect the power plug to the wall outlet.
• Disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and insert again.
• Make sure there are no loose strands of speaker wire touching
the rear panel. This could cause the receiver to shut off automatically.
No sound is output when a
function is selected.
• Make sure the component is correctly connected (refer to pages
14–22).
• Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off.
• Adjust the MASTER VOLUME.
• Press the MONITOR button to turn monitoring off.
No image appears when a
function is selected.
• Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to pages
14–22).
• Select the correct component (use the MULTI JOG buttons).
Considerable noise in radio
broadcasts.
• Tune in the correct frequency.
• Connect the antenna (refer to page 18).
• Route 2 RF and digital cables away from the antenna terminals
and wires.
• Fully extend the FM wire antenna, position for best reception,
and secure to a wall.
• Connect an outdoor FM antenna (refer to page 18).
• Adjust the direction and position for best reception.
• Connect an additional internal or external AM antenna (refer to
page 18).
• Turn off the equipment causing the noise or move it away from
the receiver.
• Place the antenna farther away from the equipment causing the
noise.
Broadcast stations cannot be
selected automatically.
Connect an outdoor antenna (refer to page 18).
Additional Information
Problem
Remedy
No sound from surround or center
speakers.
• Refer to “Speaker Setting” on page 35 to check the speaker
settings.
• Refer to “Setting the Relative Volume Level of Each Channel” on
page 39 to check the speaker levels.
• Connect the speakers properly (refer to pages 19–21).
Noise during playback of a cassette Move the cassette deck further from your receiver, until the noise
deck.
disappears.
Sound is produced from other
components, but not from LD or
DVD player.
• Set the SIGNAL SELECT to AUTO, DIGITAL or ANALOG
according to the type of connections made. (refer to page 30).
• Set the digital input settings correctly (refer to page 38).
• Make digital connections (refer to page 14) and set the SIGNAL
SELECT to DIGITAL (refer to page 30).
• Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the DVD player.
No sound is output or a noise is
output when software with DTS is
played back.
Set the digital volume level of the player to full, or to the neutral
position.
When a search is performed by a
DTS compatible CD player during
playback, noise is output.
This is not a malfunction, but be sure to turn the volume down
to prevent the output of loud noise from your speakers.
Cannot operate the remote control. • Replace the batteries (refer to page 7).
• Operate within 23 feet ( 7 m), 30° of the remote sensor on the
front panel (refer to page 7).
• Remove the obstacle or operate from another position.
• Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct
light.
The display is dark or off.
Press FL DIMMER on the remote control repeatedly to return to
the default.
Note:
If the unit does not operate normally due to external effects such as static electricity,
disconnect the power plug from the outlet and insert again to return to normal operating
conditions.
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Additional Information
Specifications
Amplifier Section
Continuous average power output of 100
watts* per channel, min., at 8 ohms, from
20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.2
%** total harmonic distortion (front).
Continuous Power Output
Front .............................. 100 W per channel
(1kHz, 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
Center ................ 100 W (1kHz, 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
Surround ....................... 100 W per channel
(1kHz, 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD,
DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO .... 200 mV/47 kΩ
Frequency Response
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD,
+0
TV/SAT, VIDEO ... 5 Hz to 100,000 Hz –3 dB
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR/DVR REC,
CD-R/TAPE/MD REC ......... 200 mV/2.2 kW
Tone Control
BASS .................................. ± 6 dB (100 Hz)
TREBLE ............................. ± 6 dB (10 kHz)
LOUDNESS ............................ +9 dB/+9 dB
(100 Hz/10 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
(IHF, short circuited, A network)
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD,
DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO .................. 96 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio [EIA, at 1 W (1 kHz)]
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD,
DVD/LD, TV/SAT, VIDEO .................. 79 dB
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Video Section
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
VCR/DVR, DVD/LD, TV/SAT,
VIDEO ..................................... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR/DVR ................................. 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Frequency Response
VCR/DVR, DVD/LD,TV/SAT,VIDEO
+0
] MONITOR .............. 5 Hz to 7 MHz –3 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ......................... 55 dB
Cross Talk .......................................... 55 dB
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ..... 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ......... Mono:13.2 dBf, IHF
(1.3 µV/ 75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity ... Mono: 20.2 dB
Stereo: 38.6 dBf
Signal-to-Noise Ratio .............. Mono: 73 dB
(at 85 dBf)
Stereo: 70 dB (at 85 dBf)
Distortion .................. Stereo: 0.5 % (1 kHz)
Alternate Channel Selectivity ............. 60 dB
(400 kHz)
Stereo Separation .................. 40 dB (1 kHz)
Frequency Response ......... 30 Hz to 15 kHz
(±1 dB)
Antenna Input (DIN) ........ 75 Ω unbalanced
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ..... 530 kHz to 1,700 kHz
Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna) .... 350 µV/m
Selectivity .......................................... 25 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ......................... 50 dB
Antenna ................................. Loop antenna
Additional Information
Miscellaneous
Power Requirements ......... AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption ......................... 260 W
In Standby ............................................ 1 W
AC Outlet ........ 100 W MAX. (SWITCHED)
Dimensions (WHD)
16-9/16 x 6-4/16 x 15-6/16 in.
420 x 158 x 401 mm
Weight (without package)
................................. 19 lb 3 oz (8.7 kg )
Furnished Parts
AM loop antenna ......................................
FM wire antenna .......................................
Remote control .........................................
Owner’s manual ........................................
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1
1
1
NOTE:
Specifications and the design are subject to
possible modifications without notice, due
to improvements.
* Measured pursuant to the Federal Trade
Commission’s Trade Regulation rule on
Power Output Claims for Amplifiers.
** Measured by Audio Spectrum Analyzer.
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Additional Information
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Additional Information
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Limited Two-Year Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for two (2) years from the date of purchase from RadioShack companyowned stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED
HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES
CONTAINED HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE
OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT,
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to
you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product and the RadioShack
sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts and
labor; (b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase
price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the performance of
warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of the product made after the
expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of God, abuse,
accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or
maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs
other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as
fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs
of product removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, 200 Taylor Street, 6th Floor, Fort Worth, TX 76102
12/99
RadioShack Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
02A01
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