Yamaha HTR-5240 Owner`s manual

UCA
HTR-5240
Natural Sound AV Receiver
Ampli-tuner audio-vidéo
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODE D’EMPLOI
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Ventilation – The unit should be situated so that its
location or position does not interfere with its proper
ventilation. For example, the unit should not be situated
on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface, that may block the
ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in installation,
such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow
of air through the ventilation openings.
9
Heat – The unit should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, stoves, or other appliances
that produce heat.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
• Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert you to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert you to the presence
of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
1
Read Instructions – All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the unit is operated.
2
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
3
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the unit and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4
Follow Instructions – All operating and other instructions
should be followed.
5
6
Water and Moisture – The unit should not be used near
water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen
sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming
pool, etc.
Carts and Stands – The unit should be used only with a
cart or stand that is recommended by the
manufacturer.
6A A unit and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may cause
the unit and cart combination to overturn.
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10 Power Sources – The unit should be connected to a
power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the unit.
11 Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be
routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
12 Cleaning – The unit should be cleaned only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
13 Nonuse Periods – The power cord of the unit should be
unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long
period of time.
14 Object and Liquid Entry – Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall into and liquids are not spilled into the
inside of the unit.
15 Damage Requiring Service – The unit should be serviced
by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
unit; or
C. The unit has been exposed to rain; or
D. The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits
a marked change in performance; or
E. The unit has been dropped, or the cabinet damaged.
16 Servicing – The user should not attempt to service the
unit beyond those means described in the operating
instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qualified service personnel.
17 Power Lines – An outdoor antenna should be located
away from power lines.
18 Grounding or Polarization – Precautions should be taken
so that the grounding or polarization is not defeated.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The unit should be mounted to
a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
CAUTION
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
MAST
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810–20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810–21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC – NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
PREPARATION
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular,
specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to the point of
cable entry as practical.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
INTRODUCTION
19 For US customers only:
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna is
connected to this unit, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against
voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast
and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to
an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode.
FCC INFORMATION (for US customers only)
Relocate either this product or the device that is being
affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch
(circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/
s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/
reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300
ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type
cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not
locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha
Electronics Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave,
Buena Park, CA 90620.
APPENDIX
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
ADVANCED OPERATION
This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and,
if not installed and used according to the instructions
found in the users manual, may cause interference
harmful to the operation of other electronic devices.
Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee
that interference will not occur in all installations. If
this product is found to be the source of interference,
which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF”
and “ON”, please try to eliminate the problem by using
one of the following measures:
BASIC OPERATION
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE : DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC,
to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT : When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high
quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this
product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC
authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE : This product has been tested and found to
comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance
with these requirements provides a reasonable level of
assurance that your use of this product in a residential
environment will not result in harmful interference with
other electronic devices.
We Want You Listening For A Lifetime
Since hearing damage from loud sounds is often
undetectable until it is too late, YAMAHA and the
Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer
Electronics Group recommend you to avoid
prolonged exposure from excessive volume
levels.
English
YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Association’s
Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of
your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the
sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring
or distortion – and, most importantly, without affecting your
sensitive hearing.
CAUTION
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CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
1. To assure the finest performance, please read this
manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
12. To prevent lightning damage, disconnect the AC
power cord and disconnect the antenna cable when
there is an electrical storm.
2. Install this unit in a cool, dry, clean place — away
from windows, heat sources, sources of excessive
vibration, dust, moisture and cold. Avoid sources of
humming (transformers, motors). To prevent fire or
electrical shock, do not expose the unit to rain or
water.
13. Grounding or polarization — Precautions should be
taken so that the grounding or polarization of the unit
is not defeated.
3. Never open the cabinet. If something drops into the
unit, contact your dealer.
14. AC outlet — Do not connect audio component to the
AC outlet on the rear panel if that component
requires more power than the outlet is rated to
provide.
4. Do not use force on switches, controls or connection
wires. When moving the unit, first disconnect the
power cord and then the wires connected to other
component. Never pull the wires themselves.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source
as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this
unit itself is turned off. This state is called the standby
mode. In this state, this unit is designed to consume a
very small quantity of power.
5. The openings on the cover assure proper ventilation
of the unit. If these openings are obstructed, the
temperature inside the unit will rise rapidly.
Therefore, avoid placing objects against these
openings, and install the unit in a well-ventilated area
to prevent fire and damage.
IMPORTANT
Please record the serial number of this unit in the space
below.
6. The voltage used must be the same as that specified
on this unit. Using this unit with a higher voltage than
specified is dangerous and may result in fire or other
accidents. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for
any damage resulting from the use of this unit with a
voltage other than that specified.
7. Digital signals generated by this unit may interfere
with other component such as tuners, receivers and
TVs. Move this unit farther away from such
component if interference is observed.
8. Always set VOLUME to the “m” position before
starting the audio source play. Increase the volume
gradually to an appropriate level after playback has
been started.
9. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical
solvents; this might damage the finish. Use a clean,
dry cloth.
MODEL:
Serial No.:
The serial number is located on the rear of the unit.
Retain this Owner’s Manual in a safe place for future
reference.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to
wide slot and fully insert.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
10. Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section
regarding common operating errors before
concluding that the unit is faulty.
11. When not planning to use this unit for a long period
of time (e.g., a vacation), disconnect the AC power
cord from the wall outlet.
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INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
CONTENTS
5-Channel Power Amplification
◆
◆
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Sophisticated FM/AM Tuner
◆ 40-Station Random Access Preset Tuning
◆ Automatic Preset Tuning
◆ Preset Station Shifting Capability (Preset Editing)
PLAYING A SOURCE .............................................. 20
DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR (DSP)
EFFECT .................................................................. 24
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM .................................... 25
TUNING ..................................................................... 28
RECORDING A SOURCE ON TAPE, MD OR
VIDEO CASSETTE ............................................... 32
ADVANCED OPERATION
SET MENU ................................................................. 33
DELAY TIME AND SPEAKER
OUTPUT LEVELS ................................................. 37
SLEEP TIMER .......................................................... 39
PRESET REMOTE CONTROL .............................. 40
APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................ 47
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................... 50
GLOSSARY ................................................................ 52
INDEX ........................................................................ 53
y indicates a tip for your operation.
English
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, Inc. All
rights reserved.
BASIC OPERATION
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other world-wide patents issued and
pending. “DTS”, “DTS Digital Surround”, are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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APPENDIX
◆ “SET MENU” which Provides You with 11 Items
for Optimizing This Unit for Your Audio/Video
System
◆ Test Tone Generator for Easier Speaker Balance
Adjustment
◆ 6-Channel External Decoder Input for Other Future
Formats
◆ Video Signal Input/Output Capability
(Including S Video Connections)
◆ 2 Optical/1 Coaxial Digital Signal Input Terminals
◆ SLEEP Timer
◆ Remote Control with Preset Manufacturer Codes
SPEAKER SETUP ....................................................... 8
CONNECTIONS .......................................................... 9
ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER BALANCE ............ 18
ADVANCED OPERATION
Other Features
PREPARATION
BASIC OPERATION
Digital Sound Field Processor (DSP)
Dolby Digital Decoder
Dolby Pro Logic Decoder
DTS Decoder
CINEMA DSP: Theater-like Sound Experience by
the Combination of YAMAHA DSP Technology
and Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic or DTS
◆ Automatic Input Balance Control for Dolby Pro
Logic decoding
FEATURES .................................................................. 1
CONTENTS ................................................................. 1
GETTING STARTED ................................................. 2
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ............................... 4
PREPARATION
Multi-mode Digital Sound Field
Processing
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
◆ Minimum RMS Output
(0.06% THD, 20 Hz – 20 kHz)
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
Main:
70 W + 70 W (8 Ω)
Center:
70 W (8 Ω)
Rear:
70 W + 70 W (8 Ω)
[Australia model]
Main:
65 W + 65 W (8 Ω)
Center:
65 W (8 Ω)
Rear:
65 W + 65 W (8 Ω)
GETTING STARTED
Checking the Package Contents
Check that the following items are included in your package.
Remote control
Batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4 type)
Antenna adapter
(U.S.A. and Canada models only)
Indoor FM antenna
Quick reference card
AM loop antenna
Connection guide
Battery Installation in the Remote
Control
Battery Replacement
If the remote control operates only when it is close to the
unit, the batteries are weak. Replace all the batteries with
new ones.
Be sure to replace the batteries within about two minutes.
If it takes longer than two minutes, the codes preset for
the remote control will return to the factory settings.
(Refer to pages 40 to 46 about the remote control.)
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1
3
Notes
1
Turn the remote control over and slide the
battery compartment cover in the direction of
the arrow.
2
Insert the batteries (AAA, R03 or UM-4 type)
according the polarity markings on the inside
of the battery compartment.
3
Close the battery compartment cover.
• Use only AAA, R03 or UM-4 batteries for replacement.
• Be sure the battery polarity is correct. (See the illustration inside
the battery compartment.)
• Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be used for an
extended period of time.
• If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them immediately. Avoid
touching the leaked material or letting it come into contact with
clothing, etc. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before
installing new batteries.
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GETTING STARTED
Using the Remote Control
Within approximately 6 m
(20 feet)
INTRODUCTION
Remote control
sensor
The remote control transmits a directional infrared beam. Be
sure to aim the remote control directly at the infrared sensor
during operation. When the sensor is covered or there is a
large object between the remote control and the sensor, the
sensor cannot receive signals. The sensor may not be able to
receive signals properly when it is exposed to direct sunlight
or a strong artificial light (such as a fluorescent or strobe
light). In this case, change the direction of the light or
reposition the unit to avoid direct lighting.
Notes
Handle the remote control with care.
Do not spill water, tea or other liquids on the remote control.
Do not drop the remote control.
Do not leave or store the remote control in the following
conditions:
– high humidity or temperature such as near a heater, stove or
bath;
– dusty places; or
– extremely low temperature.
PREPARATION
•
•
•
•
BASIC OPERATION
ADVANCED OPERATION
APPENDIX
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Front Panel
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2
3
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1 STANDBY/ON
6 VOLUME
Press this switch to turn on the power of this unit or to set
this unit in the standby mode. Before turning the power on,
set VOLUME to the “m” position.
Turn this control to turn up or down the volume.
Standby mode
In this mode, this unit consumes a very small quantity of
power to receive infrared-signals from the remote
control.
2 Remote control sensor
7 PHONES jack
Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack. You can
listen to the sound to be output from the main speakers
through the headphones.
When using headphones only, set both SPEAKERS A and B
to the OFF position and press EFFECT to turn off the effect
speakers (center and rear) (so that no DSP program name
appear on the display).
This receives signals from the remote control.
8 SPEAKERS
3 Display
Set A or B (or both A and B) to the ON position for the main
speaker system (connected to this unit) that you want to use.
Set the button(s) to the OFF position for the main speaker
system that you don’t want to use.
This shows various information. (Refer to page 6 for
details.)
4 INPUT MODE
Press this button to select the input mode among AUTO,
DTS and ANALOG for the DVD/LD, TV/digital TV and
satellite tuner sources.
5 INPUT SELECTOR
Turn this selector to select the input source (TUNER, CD,
PHONO, V-AUX, VCR, SAT/D-TV, DVD/LD) that you
want to listen to or watch. The arrow for the selected input
source indicator lights up on the display.
9 PROGRAM selector
Press l or h to select a DSP program when the effect
speakers (center and rear) are turned on. The name of the
selected program appears on the display.
0 EFFECT
Press this button to turn on or off the effect speakers (center
and rear). If you turn them off, all Dolby Digital and DTS
audio signals are directed to the right and left main
speakers. In that case, the output levels of the right and left
speakers may not match.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
t PRESET/TUNING
These controls are only effective for the sound from the
main speakers.
a) BASS
Turn this control clockwise to increase or counterclockwise
to decrease the low-frequency response. The “0” position
produces a flat response.
b) TREBLE
Turn this control clockwise to increase or counterclockwise
to decrease the high-frequency response. The “0” position
produces a flat response.
When “ z ” appears
This button is used to select a preset station number (1 to 8).
Press h to select a higher and l to select a lower preset
station number.
When “ z ” goes off
This button is used for tuning. Press h to tune in to higher
frequencies, and l to tune in to lower frequencies.
w TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER
Press this button to turn on or off “ z ” on the display and
switch the function between for storing a broadcasting
station (preset tuning) and for tuning. This button is also
used to exchange the assignment of two preset stations with
each other.
u FM/AM
Press this button to switch the reception band between FM
and AM.
i MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM)
e BALANCE
r A/B/C/D/E
Press this button to select one of a group (A to E) of preset
stations.
Press this button to store the broadcasting stations. Hold
down this button for more than three seconds to begin
automatic preset tuning.
o TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO)
Press this button to switch the tuning mode between
automatic and manual. To use the automatic tuning method,
press this button so that the “AUTO” indicator lights up on
the display. To use the manual tuning method, press this
button so that the “AUTO” indicator goes off.
BASIC OPERATION
This control is only effective for the sound from the main
speakers.
Turn the control to adjust the balance of the output volume
from the right and left main speakers to compensate for
sound imbalance caused by the speaker location or listening
room conditions.
PREPARATION
Press this button to select a tape or an MD source. The
“TAPE/MD MONITOR” indicator lights up on the display.
When you press the button next, the “TAPE/MD
MONITOR” indicator goes off, “EXT. DECODER” appears
on the display and you can listen to a source connected to
the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals.
y PRESET/TUNING, EDIT
INTRODUCTION
q Tone controls
p VIDEO AUX terminals
ADVANCED OPERATION
Connect an auxiliary audio or video input source such as a
camcorder to these terminals. Use INPUT SELECTOR to
select the source connected to these terminals.
APPENDIX
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Display
1 t indicator
6 g and o indicators
The “t” indicator lights up when the built-in DTS
decoder is turned on.
“ g ” lights up when the built-in Dolby Digital
decoder is on and the signals of the selected source are
encoded with Dolby Digital. “ o ” lights up when
the built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder is on.
2 DSP program indicators
The name of the selected DSP program lights up in the
following cases:
• When the tuner is selected as the input source.
• When DSP program No. 2, 3 or the subprogram
“ENHANCED” of No.1 is selected.
3 Multi-information display
This display shows various information: for example the
name of the selected DSP program and the various settings
during adjustment with the SET MENU. The current station
frequency and band (FM or AM) also appear when the tuner
is selected as the input source.
4 Input source indicators
One of the arrows for these indicators lights up depending
on which source is selected.
5 TAPE/MD MONITOR indicator
This lights up when the tape deck or MD recorder, etc. is
selected as the input source by pressing TAPE/MD MON /
EXT. DECODER (or TAPE/MD).
7 x indicator
“ x ” lights up when the built-in digital sound
field processor is on.
8 MEMORY indicator
This flashes for about five seconds after pressing
MEMORY. During this period, the displayed station can be
stored in the memory.
9 AUTO indicator
This lights up when the unit is in the automatic tuning
mode.
0 STEREO indicator
This lights up when an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient
signal strength is being received.
q Signal-level indicator
This indicates the signal level of the station being received.
If multipath interference is detected, the indication
decreases.
w SLEEP indicator
This lights up while the built-in SLEEP timer is on.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Remote Control
3 POWER
Each time you press this button, the unit switches between
the power on and standby mode.
INTRODUCTION
This section describes basic operation of this unit with the
remote control. First, press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector. Refer to “PRESET REMOTE
CONTROL” on page 40 for full details.
4 TEST
Press this button to output the test tone for each speaker.
1
5 A/B/C/D/E, PRESET +/–
Press AMP(TUNER).
2
3
These buttons are used to select a preset station.
A/B/C/D/E:
To select one of a group (A to E) of preset
stations
PRESET +/–: To select a preset station number (1 to 8)
PREPARATION
6 MUTE
Press this button to mute the sound. To cancel mute, press
this button again.
4
q
7 VOLUME
w
These buttons are used to adjust the volume level.
u: To turn up the volume
d: To turn down the volume
Press this button to set the SLEEP timer.
6
9 +/–
TV VOLUME
7
8
BASIC OPERATION
8 SLEEP
5
These buttons adjust the settings of the SET MENU and
TIME/LEVEL mode.
0 TIME/LEVEL
TV INPUT
9
Press this button to select the items in the TIME/LEVEL
mode.
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0
1 Indicator
ADVANCED OPERATION
q Input selector buttons
These buttons select the input source.
CD:
To play a CD
TUNER:
To listen to an FM or AM broadcast
TAPE/MD:
To play a tape or MD
DVD/LD:
To play a DVD or LD
SAT/D-TV: To watch a TV or satellite broadcast
VCR:
To play a video cassette
PHONO:
To play an analog record
V-AUX:
To use a camcorder
EXT. DEC.: To play other multi-channel source
w EFFECT
2 Component selector buttons
e PRG+, PRG–
Press one of these buttons which corresponds to the
component you want to control with the remote control.
(The proper code must be set for your component. Refer to
“Setup codes” on page 45.) When the component selector
button has been pressed, the remote control is set to that
component operation mode.
Press these buttons to select a DSP program.
Press this button to turn on or off the effect speakers (center
and rear).
r SET MENU
English
Press this button to select the items in the SET MENU.
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APPENDIX
This flashes in red when pressing a button on the remote
control. If it flashes rapidly several times, press the selected
button again.
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PREPARATION
SPEAKER SETUP
Speakers to Be Used
This unit is designed to provide the best sound-field quality
with a 5-speaker system, using main speakers, rear speakers
and a center speaker. If you use different brands of speakers
(with different tonal qualities) in your system, the tone of a
moving human voice and other types of sound may not shift
smoothly. We recommend that you use speakers from the
same manufacture or speakers with the same tonal quality.
The main speakers are used for the main source sound plus
the effect sounds. They will probably be the speakers from
your present stereo system. The rear speakers are used for
the effect and surround sounds, and the center speaker is for
the center sounds (dialog, vocals, etc.). If for some reason it
is not practical to use a center speaker, you can do without
it. Best results, however, are obtained with the full system.
The main speakers should be high-performance models and
have enough power-handling capacity to accept the
maximum output of your audio system. The other speakers
do not have to be equal to the main speakers. For precise
sound localization, however, it is ideal to use highperformance models that can reproduce sounds over the full
range for the center speaker and the rear speakers.
■ Use of a subwoofer expands your
sound field
It is also possible to further expand your system with the
addition of a subwoofer. The use of a subwoofer is effective
not only for reinforcing bass frequencies from any or all
channels, but also for reproducing the LFE (low frequency
effect) channel with high fidelity when playing back a
source encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS. The YAMAHA
Active Servo Processing Subwoofer System is ideal for
natural and lively bass reproduction.
Speaker Placement
Refer to the following diagram when you place the
speakers.
Main speaker (R)
Rear speaker (R)
Subwoofer
Main
speaker (L)
1.8 m
Center speaker
Rear speaker (L)
■ Main speakers
Place the right and left main speakers an equal distance
from the ideal listening position. The distance of each
speaker from each side of the TV monitor should be the
same.
■ Rear speakers
Place these speakers behind your listening position, facing
slightly inwards, nearly 1.8 m (approx. 6 feet) above the
floor.
■ Center speaker
Align the front face of the center speaker with the front face
of your TV monitor. Place the speaker as close to the
monitor as possible, such as directly over or under the
monitor and centrally between the main speakers.
Note
• If the center speaker is not used, the sound will be heard from the
right and left main speakers. In that case, “CENTER SP” in the
SET MENU is set to the NONE position. (Refer to page 34 for
details.)
■ Subwoofer
The position of the subwoofer is not so critical, because low
bass sounds are not highly directional. But it is better to
place the subwoofer near the main speakers. Turn it slightly
toward the center of the room to reduce the wall reflections.
CAUTION
Some types of speakers interfere with a TV monitor. If
this problem occurs, move the speakers away from the
monitor. If you cannot avoid installing the center speaker
or subwoofer near the TV monitor, use magnetically
shielded speakers.
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CONNECTIONS
INTRODUCTION
Before Connecting Components
CAUTION
Never connect this unit and other components to mains power until all connections between components have been
completed.
Be sure all connections are made correctly, that is to say L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to “+” and “–” to “–”. Some
components require different connection methods and have different terminal names. Refer to the instructions for each
component to be connected to this unit.
Use RCA-type pin plug cables for connecting audio/video components with the exception described later.
The input and output terminals for pin plugs can be distinguished as follows:
video signals (composite)
V
V
White
analog audio signals for the left channel
L
L
Red
analog audio signals for the right channel
R
R
coaxial digital signals
C
C
BASIC OPERATION
Yellow
After completing all connections, check them again to make sure they are correct.
Connecting the
Antenna (page 10)
Connecting to an External
Decoder (page 14)
Connecting Speakers
(page 15)
Connecting the Power
Supply Cords (page 17)
ADVANCED OPERATION
(U.S.A. model)
+
R
–
MAIN
–
+
L
MAINS
A
B
SET BEFORE POWER ON
CENTER
R
REAR
(SURROUND)
L
+
+
–
–
PREPARATION
When you connect other YAMAHA audio components (such as a tape deck, MD recorder and CD player or changer), connect
it to the terminals with the same number labels as !, #, $ etc. YAMAHA applies this labeling system to all its products.
MAIN A OR B : 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
120 V 60Hz
100W MAX. TOTAL
SWITCHED
MAIN A OR B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
APPENDIX
Connecting an Audio
Component (page 12)
Connecting a Video
Component (page 13)
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
switch (page 17)
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting the Antennas
Both AM and FM indoor antennas are included with this unit. In general, these antennas should provide sufficient signal
strength. However, a properly installed outdoor antenna provides clearer reception than an indoor one. If you experience poor
reception quality, an outdoor antenna may improve the quality.
Connect each antenna correctly to the designated terminals.
■ Indoor FM antenna (included)
Indoor FM
antenna
Firmly insert the connector into the FM ANT terminal. The
indoor FM antenna is only a simple antenna. For reception
with better sound quality, installing the outdoor FM antenna
(commercially available) is recommended.
Note
• Do not connect an outdoor FM antenna and the indoor FM
antenna at the same time.
■ Outdoor FM antenna
Antenna adapter (included
for U.S.A. and Canada
models)
Note
Use this adapter to match with
F-type connector.
You may be unable to obtain good FM radio reception
depending on your local conditions (distance from the
broadcasting station, interposing buildings and
mountains, etc.). Consult your dealer or authorized service
center and be sure to install an antenna that suits your local
conditions.
Install the outdoor FM antenna (commercially available) in
a high place as far away from any roads as possible to avoid
being affected by automobile ignition noise.
75-ohm coaxial cable
75-ohm/300-ohm antenna
adapter
300-ohm feeder
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CONNECTIONS
■ AM loop antenna (included)
AM loop antenna
Notes
• The AM loop antenna should be placed away from this unit.
• The AM loop antenna should always be connected, even if an
outdoor AM antenna is connected to this unit.
INTRODUCTION
The AM loop antenna can be removed from the stand and
attached to a wall, etc. However, note that the reception
sensitivity may deteriorate if the antenna is attached to a
metal or steel reinforced wall.
■ Connecting the AM loop antenna
1
2
4
Press the tab and unlock the terminal hole.
3
Return the tab to its original position to lock
the lead wires. Lightly pull the lead wires to
confirm a good connection.
4
5
Attach the loop antenna to the antenna stand.
5
Antenna stand
Insert the AM loop antenna lead wires into the
AM ANT and GND terminals.
Orient the AM loop antenna so that the best
reception is obtained.
If you cannot obtain good reception with the AM loop
antenna, connect 5 m to 10 m of vinyl covered wire to the
AM ANT terminal and extend it outdoors from a window.
For maximum safety and minimum interference, connect
the antenna GND terminal to a good earth ground. A good
earth ground is a metal stake driven into moist earth.
ADVANCED OPERATION
■ Ground (GND terminal)
BASIC OPERATION
■ Outdoor AM antenna
Vinyl covered wire (5 m to 10 m)
PREPARATION
3
1
2
APPENDIX
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting an Audio Component
Turntable
OUTPUT
L
GND
R
(U.S.A. model)
L
Analog signal
R
L
R
OUTPUT
CD player
L
R
LINE OUT
L
R
LINE IN
Signal flow
Tape deck or
MD recorder
Be sure to connect the right channel (R), left channel (L),
input (IN) and output (OUT) properly.
■ PHONO terminals
These terminals are used to connect a turntable with an MM
or high-output MC cartridge. If you have a turntable with a
low-output MC cartridge, use an inline boosting transformer
or MC head amplifier when connecting to these terminals.
y
Connecting the ground (earth) wire of the turntable to the GND
terminal will normally minimize hum, but in some cases, better
results may be obtained with the ground wire disconnected.
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting a Video Component
DVD/LD player
L
R
VIDEO
OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
V
C
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
O
O
VIDEO
OUT
ANALOG
AUDIO OUT
V
L
INTRODUCTION
ANALOG
AUDIO OUT
TV/digital TV, satellite tuner, cable TV
R
(U.S.A. model)
PREPARATION
L
Analog signal
R
V
V
O
L
L
R
R
V
VIDEO
IN
V
C
AUDIO
IN
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO
IN
Digital signal
(optical)
Digital signal
(coaxial)
Signal flow
VCR
■ Audio signal terminals
Be sure to connect the right channel (R), left channel (L),
input (IN) and output (OUT) properly.
Be sure to connect the input (IN) and output (OUT)
properly.
■ Digital audio signal terminals
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• The input signal from the DVD/LD input terminals is selected in
the following order of priority with the input mode set to AUTO:
COAXIAL terminal → OPTICAL terminal → Analog terminal.
Refer to page 22 for details.
• All digital signal input terminals are applicable to sampling
frequencies of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
APPENDIX
If your DVD/LD player, TV/digital TV or satellite
tuner, etc. has coaxial or optical digital signal output
terminals, they can be connected to this unit’s COAXIAL
and/or OPTICAL digital signal input terminals. To make a
connection between the optical digital signal terminals,
remove the cover from each terminal, and then connect
them by using a commercially available optical fiber cable
that conforms to EIA standards. Other cables might not
function correctly.
Notes
• Be sure to attach the covers when the OPTICAL terminals are not
being used in order to protect them from dust.
• If your LD player has a Dolby Digital RF signal output terminal,
be sure to use the RF demodulator (separately purchased).
• No sound will be heard when connecting your LD player’s Dolby
Digital RF signal output terminal directly to this unit’s COAXIAL
DVD/LD digital signal input terminal.
English
When making connections between the digital signal
terminals, you should connect the components to the samenamed analog audio signal terminals of this unit, because a
digital signal cannot be recorded by a tape deck, MD
recorder or VCR connected to this unit.
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ADVANCED OPERATION
■ Video signal terminals
TV monitor
BASIC OPERATION
AUDIO
OUT
Video signal
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CONNECTIONS
■ S VIDEO terminals
DVD/LD player
If your VCR, TV monitor or DVD/LD player has “S” (highresolution) video terminals, they can be connected to this
unit’s S VIDEO terminals. Connect the VCR’s “S” video
input and output terminals to this unit’s S VIDEO VCR
OUT and IN terminals, respectively. Connect the monitor’s
“S” video input terminal to this unit’s S VIDEO MONITOR
OUT terminal. Connect the DVD/LD player’s “S” video
output terminal to this unit’s S VIDEO DVD/LD terminal.
Otherwise, connect the composite video terminals of your
VCR, TV monitor or DVD/LD player to this unit’s
composite video terminals.
TV Monitor
S VIDEO OUT
S VIDEO IN
S
S
S
S
Notes
S Video signal
S
S VIDEO
OUT
S VIDEO IN
Signal flow
VCR
• Use a special S VIDEO cable (commercially available) for the S
VIDEO connection.
• If video signals are input from both the S VIDEO input and
composite input terminals, the signals will be directed to their
respective output terminals.
■ VIDEO AUX terminals (on the front panel)
These terminals are used to connect any video input source
such as a camcorder to this unit.
V
L
R
Camcorder
AUDIO OUT R
AUDIO OUT L
VIDEO OUT
Connecting to an External Decoder
External decoder
MAIN
OUT
L
R
SURROUND
OUT
L
CENTER
OUT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
R
(U.S.A. model)
This unit has additional 6-channel audio signal input
terminals for connecting an external decoder to this unit.
Connect the 6-channel audio signal output terminals of the
decoder to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals
of this unit.
Notes
• When a source connected to these terminals is selected, the digital
sound field processor cannot be used.
• The settings of “CENTER SP”, “REAR SP”, “MAIN SP” and
“BASS OUT” in the SET MENU have no effect on a source
connected to these terminals. The setting of “MAIN LVL” is
effective. (Refer to pages 34 and 35 for details.)
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting Speakers
Main speakers A
Main speakers B
Left
Right
INTRODUCTION
Right
Left
(U.S.A. model)
+
R
–
MAIN
–
+
L
MAINS
A
PREPARATION
B
SET BEFORE POWER ON
CENTER
REAR
(SURROUND)
MAIN A OR B : 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
L
+
+
–
–
120 V 60Hz
100W MAX. TOTAL
SWITCHED
MAIN A OR B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
Right
Center speaker
CAUTIONS
Left
Rear speakers
■ Main speaker terminals
One or two speaker systems can be connected to these
terminals. If you use only one speaker system, connect it to
either of the SPEAKERS A or B terminals.
■ Rear speaker terminals
A rear speaker system can be connected to these terminals.
■ Center speaker terminal
A center speaker can be connected to this terminal.
APPENDIX
• Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on
the rear panel of this unit.
• Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other and
do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. This
could damage the unit and/or speakers.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Be sure to connect the right channel (R), left channel (L),
“+” (red) and “–” (black) properly. If the connections are
faulty, no sound will be heard from the speakers, and if the
polarity of the speaker connections is incorrect, the sound
will be unnatural and lack bass.
BASIC OPERATION
Subwoofer connection
If you have a subwoofer with builtin amplifier, including the
YAMAHA Active Servo Processing
Subwoofer System, connect the
input terminal of the subwoofer
system to the SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT terminal of this unit.
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CONNECTIONS
■ Speaker cables
1
Remove approx. 10 mm (3/8”) of insulation
from each of the speaker cable.
2
Twist the exposed wires of the cable together
to prevent short circuits.
10 mm (3/8”)
■ Connecting to the MAIN SPEAKERS terminals
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
1
2
3
1
2
Unscrew the knob.
3
Tighten the knob to secure the wire.
Insert one bare wire into the hole in the side of
each terminal.
■ Connecting to the REAR and CENTER SPEAKERS terminals
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
1
3
2
1
2
Open the tab.
3
Return the tab to secure the wire.
Insert one bare wire into the hole of each
terminal.
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Banana plug connections are also possible. Simply insert the
banana plug connector into the corresponding terminal.
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CONNECTIONS
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR Switch
Select the right or left position according to the impedance of speakers in your system. Be sure to move this switch only
when this unit is in the standby mode.
right position
The impedance must be 6 Ω
or higher.
The impedance must be 8 Ω
or higher.
Rear
speakers
The impedance of each
speaker must be 6 Ω or
higher.
The impedance of each
speaker must be 8 Ω or
higher.
If you use one pair of main
speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 4 Ω or
higher.
If you use one pair of main
speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 8 Ω or
higher.
If you use two pairs of main
speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 8 Ω or
higher.
If you use two pairs of main
speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 16 Ω or
higher.
[Canada model only]
The impedance of each
speaker must be 8 Ω or
higher.
After completing all connections, connect the AC power
cord to an AC power outlet. Disconnect the AC power cord
if you will not use this unit for a long period of time.
ADVANCED OPERATION
SET BEFORE POWER ON
MAINS
left position
Center
speaker
120 V 60Hz
100W MAX. TOTAL
SWITCHED
MAIN A OR B : 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
Main
speakers
Connecting the Power Supply Cords
■ AC OUTLETS (SWITCHED)
MAINS
SET BEFORE POWER ON
MAIN A OR B : 4ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
120 V 60Hz
100W MAX. TOTAL
SWITCHED
MAIN A OR B : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
A + B : I6ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER : 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
: 8ΩMIN. /SPEAKER
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To AC outlet
SWITCHED
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APPENDIX
U.S.A. and Canada models .............................. 2 OUTLETS
Australia model .................................................. 1 OUTLET
Use these outlets to connect the power cords from your
components to this unit. The power to the AC OUTLET(S)
is controlled by this unit’s STANDBY/ON (or POWER).
These outlets will supply power to any connected
component whenever this unit is turned on. The maximum
power (total power consumption of components) that can be
connected to the AC OUTLET(S) is 100 W.
(U.S.A. model)
PREPARATION
IMPEDANCE
SELECTOR
If you use
BASIC OPERATION
(U.S.A. model)
INTRODUCTION
WARNING
Do not change the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch setting while the power to this unit is on, otherwise the unit may be
damaged.
If this unit fails to turn on when STANDBY/ON is pressed, the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch may not be fully slide
to either position. If so, slide the switch to either position fully when this unit is in the standby mode.
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ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER BALANCE
This procedure lets you adjust the sound output level
balance between the main, center and rear speakers by using
the built-in test tone generator. When this adjustment is
performed, the sound output level heard at the listening
position will be the same from each speaker. This is
important for the best performance of the digital sound field
processor, the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby Digital
decoder and DTS decoder.
Using the Test Tone
The adjustment of each speaker sound output level should
be performed at your listening position with the remote
control. After completing the adjustments, use VOLUME
(u/d) at your listening position to check if the adjustments
are satisfactory.
2
3
1
Before You Start Adjusting
1
6
5
2,7
–
+
–
+
L
R
1
Press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector.
2
Press TEST.
“TEST LEFT” appears on the display.
3
Turn up the volume.
You will hear a test tone (like pink noise) from each
speaker for about two seconds in following order: left
main speaker, center speaker, right main speaker, right
rear speaker and left rear speaker. The display changes
as shown below.
4
3
1
Set VOLUME to the “m”
position.
2
Turn the power on.
3
Press SPEAKERS A or B
to select the main
speakers to be used.
If you use two main speaker
systems, press both A and B.
4
Set BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE to the “0”
position.
TEST
LEFT
TEST
RIGHT
TEST CENTER
–
+
–
+
L
R
TEST L SUR.
TEST R SUR.
Notes
• If the test tone cannot be heard, turn down the volume, set the unit
in the standby mode and check the speaker connections.
• If the test tone cannot be heard from the center speaker, check the
setting of “CENTER SP” in the SET MENU.
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ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER BALANCE
4
6
Press + to raise and – to
lower the level. Adjust the
sound output levels of the
center speaker and the
rear speakers so that they
become almost the same
as that of the main
speakers.
While adjusting, the test tone is
heard from the selected speaker.
BASIC OPERATION
Press TIME/LEVEL
repeatedly to select the
speaker to be adjusted.
“CENTER”, “R SUR.” or
“L SUR.” appears on the
display.
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PREPARATION
5
L
Front panel
INTRODUCTION
Adjust BALANCE on the
front panel so that the
sound output level of the
right main speaker and the
left main speaker is the
same.
Note
• You cannot adjust the delay time while the test tone is being heard
even if “DELAY” appears on the display.
7
When the adjustment is complete, press TEST.
“TEST OFF” appears on the display and the test tone
stops.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Note
• If “CENTER SP” in the SET MENU is set to the NONE position,
the sound output level of the center speaker cannot be adjusted in
step 6. The center channel sound is automatically output from the
right and left main speakers.
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APPENDIX
• Once you have completed the adjustments, you can only adjust
the overall volume level of your audio system by using VOLUME
(or VOLUME (u/d)).
• If there is insufficient sound output from the center and rear
speakers, you may decrease the main speaker output level by
setting “MAIN LVL” in the SET MENU to “–10 dB”. (Refer to
page 35 for details.)
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BASIC OPERATION
PLAYING A SOURCE
When using the remote control, press AMP(TUNER) on
the component selector.
4
2
–
3 7
+
–
+
L
4
1,6
R
7
4
b.
Turn the power on.
or
Front panel
Press SPEAKERS A or B
to select the main
speakers to be used.
If you use two main speaker
systems, press both A and B.
To select a tape or an MD source
Press TAPE/MD MON / EXT.
DECODER (or TAPE/MD) so
Front panel
that the “TAPE/MD
MONITOR” indicator lights up
on the display.
To select a source connected to the
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals
Press TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER repeatedly
(or EXT. DEC.) until “EXT. DECODER” appears on
the display.
Notes
Set VOLUME to the “m”
position.
Front panel
3
Remote control
• An audio source can not be played if the “TAPE/MD MONITOR”
indicator lights up or if “EXT. DECODER” appears. Press TAPE/
MD MON / EXT. DECODER twice (or TAPE/MD once) to turn
off the “TAPE/MD MONITOR” indicator. Press TAPE/MD
MON / EXT. DECODER once (or EXT. DEC.) to turn off “EXT.
DECODER”.
• If you select and play a video source when the “TAPE/MD
MONITOR” indicator lights up or “EXT. DECODER” appears,
the play back result will be a video image from the video source
and the sound from the audio source selected by using TAPE/MD
MON / EXT. DECODER (or TAPE/MD or EXT. DEC.).
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Front panel
For the DVD/LD, TV/digital TV and satellite tuner sources, the
current input mode is also shown. Refer to page 22 for details about
the input mode.
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Remote control
Input source
a.
2
2
Front panel
or
6
6
1
Select the desired input
source with INPUT
SELECTOR (or the input
selector buttons). (Turn on
the TV monitor for video
sources.)
The name of the selected input
source appears for a moment
and the arrow for the selected
input source indicator lights up
on the display.
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PLAYING A SOURCE
5
Play the source.
Refer to the instructions for the source component (and
page 28 for details about tuning).
• When controlling an audio/video component (tape deck, MD
recorder, CD player, DVD/LD player, etc.) with the remote
control, press one of the component selector buttons, (TAPE/MD,
CD, DVD/LD, etc.), which corresponds to the component you
want to control. Refer to “PRESET REMOTE CONTROL” on
page 40.
6
or
–
Remote control
+
–
+
L
■ When you have finished using this
unit
Press STANDBY/ON (or POWER) to set this unit in the
standby mode.
■ BGV (background video) function
The BGV function allows you to combine a video image
from a video source with a sound from an audio source.
(For example, you can listen to classical music while you
are watching a video.) This function can only be controlled
with the remote control.
Play a video source, and then select an audio source with
the input selector buttons on the remote control. The BGV
function does not work if you select the audio source with
INPUT SELECTOR on the front panel.
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Front panel
7
Use the digital sound field processor.
Refer to page 24.
Front panel
ADVANCED OPERATION
or
BASIC OPERATION
Front panel
Note
• During muting, “MUTE ON” appears on the display.
PREPARATION
Adjust the volume to the desired output level.
If desired, adjust BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, etc.
These controls are only effective for the sound from the
main speakers.
• BASS controls the low-frequency response.
• TREBLE controls the high-frequency response.
• BALANCE adjusts the balance of the output volume
from the right and left main speakers.
Press MUTE on the remote
control.
To cancel mute, press MUTE.
INTRODUCTION
Note
■ To mute the sound
Remote control
APPENDIX
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PLAYING A SOURCE
Input Mode (for the DVD/LD and TV/
digital TV and satellite tuner
sources)
This unit allows you to switch the input mode for sources
that send both digital and analog signals to this unit. The
AUTO, DTS and ANALOG input modes are provided.
■ Switching the input mode
Press INPUT MODE (or the input selector
button that you have pressed to select the
input source on the remote control) repeatedly
until the desired input mode is shown on the
display.
or
When you turn on the power of this unit, the input mode for
the DVD/LD source is always set to AUTO and for TV/
digital TV or satellite tuner source is set according to “SAT
INPUT” in the SET MENU. (Refer to page 36 for details.)
Front panel
Remote control
■ AUTO
In this mode, the input signal is selected in the following
order of priority:
1. Digital signal encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS
2. Normal digital signal (PCM)
3. Analog signal (ANALOG)
Note
Notes
• If digital signals are input from both the OPTICAL and
COAXIAL terminals, the digital signal from the COAXIAL
terminal is selected.
■ DTS
In this mode, only a digital signal encoded with DTS is
selected, even if other signals are being input at the same
time.
■ ANALOG
In this mode, only an analog signal is selected, even if a
digital signal is being input at the same time. Select this
mode when you want to use an analog signal instead of a
digital signal.
• Set the input mode to AUTO to play a DVD/LD source encoded
with Dolby Digital.
• Set the input mode to ANALOG to play a normal 2-channel
source with a Dolby Surround program.
• The sound output may be interrupted for some LD and DVD
players in the following situation: The input mode is set to
AUTO. A search is performed while playing the disc encoded
with Dolby Digital or DTS, and then disc playing is restored. The
sound output is interrupted for a moment because the digital
signal was selected again.
• The input mode cannot be changed for the CD, TUNER, TAPE/
MD, VCR, PHONO and VIDEO AUX sources because only
analog signals are used for these.
• The current input mode appears on the display when the DVD/
LD, TV/digital TV or satellite tuner source is selected or the input
mode is changed.
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PLAYING A SOURCE
■ Notes on playing a source
encoded with DTS
PREPARATION
• Some audio/video component, such as LD player, output different
audio signals through their analog and digital terminals. Change
the input mode as necessary.
• If the input mode is set to AUTO for the LD source, this unit
automatically determines which type of signal the LD source
contains. If this unit detects a Dolby Digital or DTS signal, the
decoder automatically switches to the appropriate setting and
reproduces 5.1 channel sound.
• If the LD player is transmitting signals by a non-normal method,
this unit cannot detect the Dolby Digital or DTS signal. In this
case, the decoder automatically switches to PCM or analog.
• If the LD source does not contain a digital soundtrack, connect
the LD player to the analog terminals and set the input mode to
AUTO or ANALOG.
• While you are operating the LD player, if you switch from the
pause or chapter forwarding function to normal playback, you
may hear the PCM or analog sound an instant before the Dolby
Digital sound is played.
INTRODUCTION
BASIC OPERATION
• If “DATA ERROR” appears on the display while playing an LD
source encoded with DTS, stop playback and turn the player off
and then on again.
• If the digital output data of the player has been processed in any
way, you may not be able to perform DTS decoding even if you
make a digital connection between this unit and the player.
• If you play an LD source encoded with DTS and set the input
mode to ANALOG, there will be the noise of an unprocessed
DTS signal. When you want to play a DTS source, be sure to
connect the source to the digital input terminal and set the input
mode to AUTO or DTS.
• If you switch the input mode to ANALOG while playing a source
encoded with a DTS signal, this unit reproduces no sound.
• If you play an LD source encoded with DTS and set the input
mode to AUTO, there will be a short noise at first while the unit
recognizes the DTS signal and turns on the DTS decoder. This is
not a malfunction, and can be avoided by setting the input mode
to DTS beforehand. In addition, if you continue to play an LD
encoded with DTS with the input mode setting left to AUTO, this
unit automatically switches to the “DTS-decoding” mode to
prevent noise from being generated during subsequent operation.
(The “t” indicator lights up on the display.) No sound will be
heard if a normal PCM LD is played in this mode. (The “t”
indicator will flash.) To play a normal disk, set the input mode to
AUTO again.
■ Notes on playing an LD source
ADVANCED OPERATION
APPENDIX
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DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR (DSP) EFFECT
3
Selecting a DSP Program
You can enhance your listening experience by selecting a
DSP program. Refer to pages 25 to 27 for details about each
program.
–
+
–
+
L
Press PRG+ or PRG–
repeatedly to select the
desired program.
The name of the selected
program appears on the display.
DSP program name
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If desired, adjust the delay time and the sound output level of each
speaker. (Refer to pages 37 and 38 for details.)
2
Notes
3
■ On the front panel
1
Make sure that the effect speakers (center,
rear, and subwoofer) are turned on.
2
Press PROGRAM h or l
repeatedly to select the
desired program.
The name of the selected
program appears on the display.
DSP program name
■ On the remote control
1
Make sure that the effect speakers (center,
rear, and subwoofer) are turned on.
2
Press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector.
• You can select a DSP program for each of the input sources. Once
you select a program, it is linked with the input source selected at
that time. So, when you select the input source next time, the
same program is automatically selected.
• When a monaural source is being played with PRO LOGIC/
Normal or PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED, no sound will be heard
from the main speakers and the rear speakers. Sound can only be
heard from the center speaker. However, if “CENTER SP” in the
SET MENU is set to the NONE position, the center channel
sound is output from the main speakers.
• When a source connected to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
terminals of this unit is selected, the digital sound field processor
cannot be used.
Canceling the Sound Effect (turning
off the effect speakers)
Press EFFECT to cancel
the sound effect and
monitor only the main
sound.
Press EFFECT again to turn the
sound effect back on.
Remote control
Notes
• If the sound effect is canceled when Dolby Digital or DTS is
decoding, the sounds of all channels are mixed and output from
the main speakers.
• If you turn off the sound effect when Dolby Digital or DTS is
decoding, it may happen that the sound is output faintly or not
output normally, depending on the source. In that case, turn back
on the sound effect.
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
When you select a CINEMA DSP program, one of the built-in decoders (Dobly Pro Logic, Dolby Digital and DTS) is turned
on according to which type of signals the source being played contains.
INTRODUCTION
This unit incorporates a sophisticated, multi-program digital sound field processor (DSP). This processor allows you to
electronically expand and change the shape of the audio sound field from both audio and video sources, creating a theaterlike experience in your listening room. You can create outstanding audio sound by selecting a suitable DSP program (this
will, of course, depend on what you are listening to).
The following list gives you a brief description of the sound fields produced by each of the DSP programs. Keep in mind that
most of these are precise digital re-creations of actual acoustic environments.
No.
1
PROGRAM
q/DTS
SURROUND
SUBPROGRAM
[1] PRO LOGIC/Normal ( o )
• Input source:
[4] PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED
(ox)
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Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
4 channels
• DSP:
1 (surround)
[5] DOLBY DIGITAL/ENHANCED
(gx)
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
2 (surround L, R)
[6] DTS DIGITAL SUR/ENHANCED
(tx)
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
2 (surround L, R)
This program ideally simulates the multisurround speaker systems of the 35 mm-film
movie theater. Dolby Pro Logic decoding,
Dolby Digital decoding or DTS decoding and
digital sound field processing are precisely
performed without altering the original sound
orientation.
The surround effect produced by the sound
field folds around the viewer naturally from
the rear to the right and left and toward the
screen.
ADVANCED OPERATION
• Input source:
The built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby
Digital decoder or DTS decoder precisely
reproduces the sound and effect of a source
encoded with Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital
or DTS.
The realization of a highly efficient decoding
process improves cross talk and channel
separation, and makes sound positioning
smoother and more precise.
In this program, the digital sound field
processor is not turned on.
BASIC OPERATION
Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
4 channels
• DSP:
—
[2] DOLBY DIGITAL/Normal ( g )
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
—
[3] DTS DIGITAL SUR/Normal ( t )
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
—
FEATURES
PREPARATION
■ For movie or audio/video sources (Program No. 1 to No. 5: CINEMA DSP
programs)
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
No.
2
PROGRAM
MOVIE
THEATER 1
SUBPROGRAM
[1] 70 mm SPECTACLE
(ox)
• Input source:
Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
3 channels
• DSP:
2 (presence & surround)
[2] DGTL SPECTACLE
(gx)
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[3] DTS SPECTACLE ( t x )
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[4] 70 mm SCI-FI ( o x )
• Input source:
Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
3 channels
• DSP:
2 (presence & surround)
[5] DGTL SCI-FI ( g x )
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[6] DTS SCI-FI ( t x )
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
3
MOVIE
THEATER 2
[1] 70 mm ADVENTURE
(ox)
• Input source:
Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
3 channels
• DSP:
2 (presence & surround)
[2] DGTL ADVENTURE
(gx)
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[3] DTS ADVENTURE ( t x )
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[4] 70 mm GENERAL ( o x )
• Input source:
Dolby Surround
2-ch Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
3 channels
• DSP:
2 (presence & surround)
[5] DGTL GENERAL ( g x )
• Input source:
Dolby Digital
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
[6] DTS GENERAL ( t x )
• Input source:
DTS
• Output channel:
5.1 channels
• DSP:
3 (presence & surround L, R)
FEATURES
This program creates the extremely wide sound
field of a movie theater. It precisely reproduces
the source sound in detail, giving both the video
and the sound field incredible reality. It is ideal
for any kind of video source encoded with
Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS
(especially large-scale movie productions).
Clearly reproduces dialog and sound effects in
the latest sound form of science fiction films,
thus creating a broad and expansive cinematic
space amid the silence. You can enjoy science
fiction films in a virtual-space sound field that
includes Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital and
DTS-encoded software employing the most
advanced techniques.
Ideal for precisely reproducing the sound of the
newest multi-track films. The sound field is
made to be similar to that of the newest movie
theaters, so the reverberations of the sound field
itself are restrained as much as possible. The
data for the sound field of an opera house are
used for the front presence, so the threedimensional feeling of the sound field is
emphasized, and dialog is precisely oriented on
the screen. By using the data for the sound field
of a concert hall on the surround sound field,
powerful reverberations are generated. You can
enjoy watching action, adventure movies, etc.
with strong presence.
This program is for reproducing sounds on a
multi-track film, and is characterized by a soft
and extensive sound field. The front presence of
the sound field is relatively narrow. It spatially
spreads all around and toward the screen,
restraining echo effect of conversations without
losing clarity. For the surround sound field, the
harmony of music or chorus sounds beautifully
in a wide space at the rear of the sound field.
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
No.
4
PROGRAM
MONO MOVIE
This program is designed specifically to enhance monaural
sources. Compared to a strictly mono setting, the sound image
is wider and slightly forward of the speaker pair, lending an
immediacy to the overall sound. It is particularly effective for
old mono movie, news broadcasts and dialog.
Monaural
1 channel
1
TV SPORTS
• Input source:
• Output channel:
• DSP:
This program is furnished with a tight sound field in which the
sound will not spread excessively at the front, but the rear
surround produces dynamic sound expansion. It is the most
suitable for sports programs.
Audio/Video
2 to 5.1 channels
2 to 3 (presence & surround)
INTRODUCTION
• Input source:
• Output channel:
• DSP:
5
FEATURES
■ For Hi-Fi audio sources
No.
DISCO
• Input source:
• Output channel:
• DSP:
7
This program simulates the acoustic environment of a disco in
the heart of a lively city. The sound is dense and highly
concentrated.
2-ch PCM/Analog audio
2 channels
1
ROCK CONCERT
• Input source:
• Output channel:
• DSP:
This program is ideally suited for rock music. You will
experience a dynamic and lively sound field.
2-ch PCM/Analog audio
2 channels
1
CONCERT HALL
• Input source:
• Output channel:
• DSP:
This program creates the expansive ambience of a large concert
hall. It is suited for orchestra and opera music.
2-ch PCM/Analog audio
2 channels
1
CINEMA DSP: Dolby Surround + DSP/Dolby Digital + DSP/DTS + DSP
Digital sound fields are created in both the presence and
rear surround zones of the Dolby Pro Logic-decoded sound
field. They create a wide acoustic environment and
emphasize the surround effect in the room, letting you feel
as much presence as if you were watching a movie in a
popular Dolby Stereo theater.
ADVANCED OPERATION
■ Dolby Pro Logic + 2 digital sound fields
BASIC OPERATION
8
FEATURES
PREPARATION
6
PROGRAM
■ Dolby Digital or DTS + 3 digital sound fields
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APPENDIX
Digital sound fields are created in the presence zone and
independently on the left and right surround zones of the
Dolby Digital-decoded or DTS-decoded sound field. They
create a wide acoustic environment and strong surround
effect in the room without losing high channel separation.
With the wide dynamic range of Dolby Digital or DTS
sound, this sound field combination lets you feel as if you
were watching a movie in the newest Dolby Digital theater
or DTS-installed theater. This is the most ideal home theater
sound at the present time.
TUNING
Automatic tuning is effective when station signals are
strong and there is no interference. However, if the signal
from the station you want to select is weak, you must tune
in to it manually (manual tuning).
5
1
Press PRESET/TUNING h once to tune in to a
higher frequency and l once to tune in to a
lower frequency.
Press the button again if the tuning search does not stop
at the desired station.
Note
–
+
–
+
L
• If you tune in manually to an FM station, it will be automatically
received in monaural mode to increase the signal quality.
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Automatic Tuning
1
2
• Use the manual tuning method if the tuning search does not stop
at the desired station (because the signal from the station is weak).
• When tuned in to a station, the frequency of the received station is
shown on the display.
Manual Tuning
Use INPUT SELECTOR to
select the tuner as the
input source.
Press FM/AM to select the reception band (FM
or AM).
“FM” or “AM” appears on the display.
1
Use INPUT SELECTOR to
select the tuner as the
input source.
2
Press FM/AM to select the reception band (FM
or AM).
“FM” or “AM” appears on the display.
or
or
3
Press TUNING MODE so that the “AUTO”
indicator lights up on the display.
3
Press TUNING MODE so that the “AUTO”
indicator goes off.
Lights up
4
Press PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) to turn “ z ” off.
Goes off
4
Press PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) to turn “ z ” off.
Turn “ z ” off
Turn “ z ” off
5
Press PRESET/TUNING h or l to tune in to
the desired station.
To continue the tuning search, hold down the button.
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TUNING
Automatic Preset Tuning (for FM
stations only)
–
+
–
+
L
Press FM/AM to select the FM band.
The display shows the frequency of the last preset station.
Check the contents and the number of preset stations by
following the procedure in the section “To Recall a Preset
Station” on page 30.
PREPARATION
■ When automatic preset tuning is
completed
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You can select the preset number from which the unit will
store FM stations and/or begin tuning toward lower
frequencies. Before automatic preset tuning begins (after
pressing MEMORY in step 3),
1. Press A/B/C/D/E and PRESET/TUNING to select the
preset number with which the first station will be stored.
The automatic preset tuning will stop when stations have
all been stored up to E8.
2. Press PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) to turn “ z ” off and
then press PRESET/TUNING l to begin tuning toward
lower frequencies.
INTRODUCTION
You can make use of the automatic preset tuning function
for FM stations only. This function enables the unit to
automatically tune in with strong signals and to sequentially
store up to 40 FM stations (5 groups x 8 stations).
■ Automatic preset tuning options
Notes
Press TUNING MODE so that the “AUTO”
indicator lights up on the display.
Lights up
3
ADVANCED OPERATION
Hold down MEMORY for about three seconds.
The preset number, the “MEMORY” and “AUTO”
indicators flash. After about five seconds, automatic
preset tuning begins from the frequency currently
displayed toward the higher frequencies.
Received stations are sequentially stored as A1, A2 ...
A8. If more than 8 stations have been tuned, they are
stored as preset station numbers in other groups (B, C,
D and E) in that order.
BASIC OPERATION
2
• A new setting can be stored in place of the former one.
• You can manually replace a preset station with another FM or AM
station by simply using the manual preset tuning method.
• Even if the number of received stations is not enough to be stored
up to E8, automatic preset tuning is automatically ended after
searching for all stations.
• Only FM stations with sufficient signal strength are stored by
automatic preset tuning. If the station you want to store is weak in
signal strength, tune in to it manually in monaural mode and store
it by using the manual preset tuning method.
Flashes
APPENDIX
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost when this unit is set in the standby mode.
If, however, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
power outlet or the power is cut for more than one week,
the memory will be erased. If so, store the stations again
by using preset tuning methods.
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TUNING
Manual Preset Tuning
To Recall a Preset Station
You can also store up to 40 stations (5 groups x 8 stations)
manually.
You can recall any desired station simply by selecting the
preset station number with which it was stored.
You can also recall a preset station with the remote control.
Press AMP(TUNER) on the component selector and press
TUNER on the input selector.
–
+
–
+
L
R
3
4
2,5
–
1
Tune in to the desired station.
Refer to page 28 for the tuning procedure.
2
Press MEMORY.
The “MEMORY” indicator flashes for about five
seconds.
+
–
+
L
R
1
2
Flashes
3
4
5
6
Press A/B/C/D/E repeatedly to select the
desired group (A to E) of preset stations
before the “MEMORY” indicator goes off.
Make sure that “ z ” appears on the display. The
selected group appears on the display.
Press PRESET/TUNING h or l to select a
preset station number (1 to 8) with which you
want to store the station before the “MEMORY”
indicator goes off.
Press h to select a higher
preset station number and l to
select a lower preset station
number.
Press MEMORY before the “MEMORY”
indicator goes off.
The displayed station has been stored as the preset
group and number you have selected, and the reception
band and frequency appear on the display.
1
2
1
Press A/B/C/D/E to select the required group
of preset stations.
Make sure that “ z ” appears on the display.
or
Front panel
2
Remote control
Press PRESET/TUNING h or l (or PRESET
+/–) to select a preset station number (1 to 8).
The preset group and number appear on the display
along with the reception band, frequency and signal
strength information.
or
Front panel
Repeat steps 1 to 5 to store other stations.
Notes
• A new setting can be stored in place of the former one.
• The reception mode (stereo or monaural) is stored along with the
station frequency.
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Remote control
TUNING
Exchanging Preset Stations
You can exchange the assignment of two preset stations
with each other.
INTRODUCTION
■ Example: If you want to exchange
preset station “E1” with “A5”.
2,4
+
–
+
L
PREPARATION
–
R
Recall preset station “E1”.
Refer to the procedure in the section “To Recall a
Preset Station” on page 30.
2
Hold down (PRESET/TUNING) EDIT for about
three second.
“E1” and the “MEMORY” indicator flash.
BASIC OPERATION
1
Flashes
3
ADVANCED OPERATION
Recall preset station “A5” by using the buttons
on the front panel.
“A5” and the “MEMORY”
indicator flash.
Flashes
4
Press (PRESET/TUNING) EDIT again.
The display shows the exchange of stations has been
completed.
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RECORDING A SOURCE ON TAPE, MD OR VIDEO CASSETTE
Recording adjustments and other operations are performed
from the tape deck, MD recorder or VCR. Refer to the
instructions for these components.
2
1,4
y
If a tape deck or MD recorder is being used for recording, you can
monitor the sounds being recorded by pressing TAPE/MD MON /
EXT. DECODER (or TAPE/MD).
Notes
–
+
–
+
L
R
4
2
• The DSP program and the setting of VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE
and BALANCE have no effect on the material being recorded.
• Composite video and S video signals pass independently through
this unit’s video circuits. Therefore, when recording or dubbing
video signals, if your video source component is connected to
provide only an S video (or only a composite video) signal, you
can record only an S video (or only a composite video) signal by
your VCR.
• A source connected to this unit only through the digital terminals
cannot be recorded by the tape deck, MD recorder or VCR
connected to this unit.
• A source connected to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT
terminals of this unit cannot be recorded.
• Check the copyright laws in your country to record from records,
CDs, radio, etc. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe
copyright laws.
If you play back a video source that uses scrambled or
encoded signals to prevent it from being dubbed, the
picture itself may be disturbed due to those signals.
1
Set VOLUME to the “m”
position.
Front panel
2
Select the source you want to record.
or
Front panel
Remote control
3
Begin recording by the tape deck, MD recorder
or VCR connected to this unit.
4
Play the source and then turn up the volume to
confirm the input source.
or
Front panel
Remote control
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ADVANCED OPERATION
SET MENU
Adjustments should be performed with the remote control
while watching the information on the display.
1
2
1
Press + or – repeatedly to
adjust the setting.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the setting of
any other item in the same way.
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost when this unit is set in the standby mode.
If, however, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
power outlet or the power is cut for more than one week,
the settings of the SET MENU will automatically return
to the preset positions and values. If so, adjust the
settings of the SET MENU again.
ADVANCED OPERATION
3
3
BASIC OPERATION
Adjusting Items in the SET MENU
Press SET MENU
repeatedly to select the
item you want to adjust.
The selected item appears on
the display.
PREPARATION
1. CENTER SP
2. REAR SP
3. MAIN SP
4. BASS OUT
5. MAIN LVL
6. D.D. LFE
7. D-RANGE
8. DTS LFE
9. CNTR DELAY
10.MEM. GUARD
11.SAT INPUT
2
INTRODUCTION
This unit provides you with the following items in the SET
MENU to maximize the performance of your system and
expand your enjoyment for audio listening and video
watching.
Press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector.
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SET MENU
Description of Each Item
1. CENTER SP
3. MAIN SP
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
Choices: LRG (Large)/SML (Small)/NONE
Preset position: LRG (Large)
LRG (Large)
Select this position if your center speaker is approximately
the same size as the main speakers. In this position, fullrange signals on the center channel are directed to the center
speaker.
SML (Small)
Select this position if you use a center speaker that is
smaller than the main speakers. In this position, low bass
signals (below 90 Hz) on the center channel are distributed
to the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal (or to the right and
left main speakers if “BASS OUT” is set to the MAIN
position).
NONE
Select this position if you do not have a center speaker
(4-speaker system). In this position, full-range signals on
the center channel are directed to the right and left main
speakers.
LARGE
Select this position if your main speakers have high ability
for bass reproduction. In this position, full-range signals on
the main channels are directed to the right and left main
speakers.
SMALL
Select this position if your main speakers do not have high
ability for bass reproduction. However, if your system does
not include a subwoofer, do not select this position. In this
position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) on the main
channels are distributed to the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
terminal if “BASS OUT” is set to the SW or BOTH
position.
4. BASS OUT
Choices: SW/MAIN/BOTH
Preset position: BOTH
SW
Select this position if your system includes a subwoofer. In
this position, signals on the LFE channel and other low bass
signals that are distributed from other channels are directed
to the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal when playing a
source encoded with Dobly Digital or DTS.
2. REAR SP
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
Note
LARGE
Select this position if your rear speakers have high ability
for bass reproduction, or if a subwoofer is connected in
parallel to the rear speaker. In this position, full-range
signals on the rear channels are directed to the rear speakers.
SMALL
Select this position if your rear speakers do not have high
ability for bass reproduction. In this position, low bass
signals (below 90 Hz) on the rear channels are distributed to
the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal (or to the right and
left main speakers if “BASS OUT” is set to the MAIN
position).
• When playing a 2-channel source (tape, MD, CD, video
cassette etc.), select the BOTH position to direct low bass signals
(below 90 Hz) to the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminals.
MAIN
Select this position if your system does not include a
subwoofer. In this position, besides full-range signals on the
main channels, signals on the LFE channel and other low
bass signals (below 90 Hz) that are distributed from other
channels are directed to the right and left main speakers.
BOTH
Select this position if your system includes a subwoofer. In
this position, signals on the LFE channel are directed to the
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal. Low bass signals on the
main channels are directed to both the main speakers and
the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal.
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SET MENU
5. MAIN LVL
Choices: NORM (Normal)/–10 dB
Preset position: NORM (Normal)
Choices: MAX/STD (Standard)/MIN
Preset position: MAX
INTRODUCTION
NORM (Normal)
Normally select this position.
7. D-RANGE (Adjusting the dynamic
range)
Note
–10 dB
Select this position if the sound output from the main
speakers is too loud and cannot be balanced with the sound
output from the center and rear speakers. In this position,
the sound output from the main speakers is attenuated.
Control range: –20 dB to 0 dB (in 1 dB steps)
Preset value: 0 dB
This adjusts the output level of the LFE channel. If the LFE
signals are mixed with signals of other channels and they
are directed to the same speakers, the ratio of the LFE signal
level to the level of the other signals can be adjusted.
STD (Standard)
In this position, a source encoded with Dolby Digital is
reproduced in the “compressed” dynamic range of the
source that is suitable for low-level listening.
Note
• It may happen that sound is output faintly or not output normally
depending on the source. In that case, select the MAX or STD
position.
APPENDIX
MIN
In this position, the dynamic range is more reduced than in
the STD position. Selecting this position will be effective
when you must listen to a source at a low level.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Note
• This adjustment is only effective when Dolby Digital is being
decoded and the selected source encoded with Dolby Digital
contains LFE signals.
MAX
In this position, a source encoded with Dolby Digital is
reproduced in the original sound track’s wide dynamic
range to provide you with powerful sounds just like those in
a movie theater. Selecting this position will be even better if
you can listen to a source at a high output level in a room
specially soundproofed for audio/video enjoyment.
BASIC OPERATION
6. D.D. LFE (Adjusting the output
level of the LFE channel for Dolby
Digital)
“Dynamic range” is the difference between the maximum
level and the minimum level of sounds. Sounds on a movie
originally designed for movie theaters feature a very wide
dynamic range. Dolby Digital technology can modify the
original sound track into a home audio format with this
wide dynamic range unchanged. Powerful sounds of
extremely wide dynamic range are not always suitable for
home use. Depending on the condition of your listening
environment, it may not be possible to increase the sound
output to a level as high as that in a movie theater. However,
at the normal level suitable for listening in your room, the
low-level parts of source sound often cannot be heard well
because they will be lost among noise in your environment.
Dolby Digital technology has also made it possible to
reduce an original sound track’s dynamic range for a home
audio format by “compressing” the sound data.
PREPARATION
Notes
• The setting of “CENTER SP”, “REAR SP”, “MAIN SP” and
“BASS OUT” have no effect on a source connected to the
EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals on the rear of this
unit.
• Once you have adjusted appropriately for “CENTER SP”, “REAR
SP”, “MAIN SP”, “BASS OUT” and “MAIN LVL”, you do not
have to change any settings unless your speaker system is
modified.
• This adjustment is only effective when Dolby Digital is being
decoded.
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SET MENU
8. DTS LFE (Adjusting the output
level of the LFE channel for DTS)
10.MEM. GUARD (Locking the
settings)
Control range: –10 dB to +10 dB (in 1 dB steps)
Preset value: 0 dB
Choices: ON/OFF
Preset position: OFF
Note
• This adjustment is effective only when DTS is being decoded and
the selected source encoded with DTS contains LFE signals.
This adjusts the output level of the LFE channel. If the LFE
signals are mixed with signals of other channels and they
are directed to the same speakers, the ratio of the LFE signal
level to the level of the other signals can be adjusted.
If you wish to prevent accidental alterations to the settings
of the SET MENU and other adjustments on this unit, select
the ON position. The following settings on this unit can be
locked:
• Settings of other items in the SET MENU
• Settings in the TIME/LEVEL mode
• Settings when using TEST
9. CNTR DELAY (Adjusting the delay
of the center sound)
11.SAT INPUT (Selecting the initial
input mode for a source connected
to the SAT/D-TV input terminals)
Control range: 0 ms to 5 ms (in 1 ms steps)
Preset value: 0 ms
Choices: AUTO/LAST
Preset position: AUTO
Note
• This adjustment is only effective when Dolby Digital or DTS is
being decoded and the selected source encoded with Dolby
Digital or DTS contains center channel signals.
This adjusts the delay between the main sound (on the main
channels) and dialog, etc. (on the center channel). The larger
the value, the later the dialog, etc. is generated.
This makes sounds from the left main, center and right main
speakers reach your listening position at the same time. This
is achieved by delaying the sound from the center speaker if
the distance from the center speaker to your listening
position is shorter than the distance from the right and left
main speaker to your listening position.
The input mode for a source connected to the SAT/D-TV
input terminals of this unit can be automatically set when
the power of this unit is turned on. Refer to page 22 for
details about the input mode.
AUTO
In this position, the input mode is always set to AUTO.
LAST
In this position, the input mode is automatically set to that
selected the last time when the power of this unit was turned
on.
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DELAY TIME AND SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS
Delay Time
Notes
Notes
• The sound output level of the center speaker cannot be adjusted
when the input signal is analog, PCM audio, or encoded with
Dolby Digital in 2-channel.
• If “CENTER SP” in the SET MENU is set to the NONE position,
the sound output level of the center speaker cannot be adjusted.
This is because the center channel sound is automatically output
from the right and left main speakers.
• Once the sound output level has been adjusted, the level will be
the same for all DSP programs.
Speaker
Center
Right rear
Left rear
Subwoofer
Control range (dB)
–20 to +10
–20 to +10
–20 to +10
–20 to 0
Preset value
0
0
0
0
BASIC OPERATION
ADVANCED OPERATION
APPENDIX
• Adding too much delay will cause an unnatural effect with some
sources.
• The sound is momentarily interrupted while adjusting the delay
time.
Preset
Control
Program
value
range (ms)
1. PRO LOGIC/Normal
15 to 30
20
DOLBY DIGITAL/Normal
0 to 15
5
DTS DIGITAL SUR/Normal
0 to 15
5
PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED
15 to 30
20
DOLBY DIGITAL/ENHANCED
0 to 15
5
DTS DIGITAL SUR/ENHANCED 0 to 15
5
2. 70 mm SPECTACLE
15 to 30
23
DGTL SPECTACLE
1 to 99
15
DTS SPECTACLE
1 to 99
15
70 mm SCI-FI
15 to 30
20
DGTL SCI-FI
1 to 99
16
DTS SCI-FI
1 to 99
16
3. 70 mm ADVENTURE
15 to 30
20
DGTL ADVENTURE
1 to 99
15
DTS ADVENTURE
1 to 99
15
70 mm GENERAL
15 to 30
20
DGTL GENERAL
1 to 99
15
DTS GENERAL
1 to 99
15
4. MONO MOVIE
1 to 99
49
5. TV SPORTS
1 to 99
9
6. DISCO
1 to 99
40
7. ROCK CONCERT
1 to 99
16
8. CONCERT HALL
1 to 99
44
If desired, you can adjust the sound output level of each
speaker even if it has already been adjusted in
“ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER BALANCE” on pages 18
and 19.
PREPARATION
You can adjust the time difference between the beginning of
the sound from the main speakers and the beginning of the
sound effect from the rear speakers. The larger the value,
the later the sound effect is generated. The delay time can be
individually adjusted to all DSP programs.
Sound Output Level of the Center,
Right Rear and Left Rear Speakers,
and Subwoofer
INTRODUCTION
When using the digital sound field processor with the Dolby
Pro Logic decoder, Dolby Digital decoder or DTS decoder,
you can adjust the delay time between the main sound and
sound effect, and each speaker’s output level as you wish.
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DELAY TIME AND SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS
Adjusting Method
3
Press + or – to adjust the
delay time or speaker
output levels.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the settings of
any other item.
Adjustments should be performed with the remote control
while watching the information on the display.
1
3
2
1
Press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector.
2
Press TIME/LEVEL repeatedly to select the
item you want to adjust.
Each time you press TIME/LEVEL, the selected item
changes and appears on the display as below.
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost when this unit is set in the standby mode.
If, however, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
power outlet or the power is cut for more than one week,
the latest values for the delay time and the center/rear/
subwoofer output levels that were set will automatically
return to the preset values. If so, adjust the delay time
and output levels again.
DELAY
CENTER
R SUR.
L SUR.
SWFR
Note
• Depending on the setting of the SET MENU, you may not be able
to select all these items.
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SLEEP TIMER
Notes
• First press AMP(TUNER), TAPE/MD, CD or DVD/LD on the
component selector to set the SLEEP timer for this unit.
• The SLEEP timer is effective for the components connected to the
AC OUTLET(S) on the rear panel of this unit.
Note
Play a source you want to enjoy when you are
going to sleep.
2
Press SLEEP repeatedly to
select the desired SLEEP
time.
Each time you press SLEEP, the
SLEEP time will change as
below:
90
60
• The SLEEP timer can also be canceled by setting the unit in the
standby mode by using POWER on the remote control (or
STANDBY/ON), or by disconnecting the AC power cord from
the AC power outlet.
BASIC OPERATION
1
120
Press SLEEP repeatedly until “SLEEP OFF”
appears on the display.
It will soon disappear and the “SLEEP” indicator will
go off.
30
The SLEEP timer is off
(SLEEP OFF).
(This is the state before
SLEEP is pressed.)
ADVANCED OPERATION
Flashes
3
PREPARATION
Setting the SLEEP Timer
Canceling the Selected SLEEP
Timer
INTRODUCTION
The SLEEP timer can be used to automatically set this unit
in the standby mode. This timer is useful when you are
going to sleep while enjoying a broadcast or other desired
input source. The SLEEP timer can only be set with the
remote control.
The “SLEEP” indicator soon lights up on the
display after the SLEEP timer has been set.
The display returns to the previous indication.
Lights up
APPENDIX
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
The provided remote control is factory set to control not only this unit but also most YAMAHA audio components connected
to it.
There are eight component selector buttons. Press one of these buttons which corresponds to the component you want to
control with the remote control. For example, if you press CD on the component selector, the remote control is set to the CD
operation mode, allowing the CD player to be controlled by the buttons on the remote control.
AMP(TUNER)
You can perform the basic operations of this
unit. Refer to page 7.
CD
The code for a YAMAHA CD player is
factory set.
DVD/LD & DVD MENU
An LD player can be controlled in
the DVD/LD mode. A DVD player can be
controlled in the DVD/LD and DVD
MENU modes. The code for a YAMAHA
DVD player is factory set. If the remote
control does not operate your YAMAHA
DVD player, you need to set the code
number “0048”.
TAPE/MD
The code for a YAMAHA tape deck is
factory set. (The code for the YAMAHA
MD recorder can also be set.)
VCR
A VCR can be controlled.
TV
A TV can be controlled.
CBL/SAT
A cable TV or satellite tuner can be
controlled.
Note
• The button functions on the remote control differ depending on the operation mode. Refer to the following pages for details.
Controlling the Components Connected to This Unit
■ Example: To control YAMAHA CD
player
5
2
3
4
7
6
1
Make sure that VOLUME is set to the “m”
position.
2
Press AMP(TUNER) on the
component selector.
3
Turn on the power.
4
Press CD on the input selector.
5
Press CD on the
component selector.
6
Press p.
Refer to page 42 for the CD
player operation buttons.
7
Adjust the volume.
If you set the remote control with the manufacturers’
codes listed from page i at the end of this
manual, you can control other brands of components.
Refer to “Setup codes” on page 45 for details.
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
Description of Each Mode
■ TAPE/MD MODE
INTRODUCTION
Note
• TV VOLUME functions if you have set the code for your TV.
Press TAPE/MD.
PREPARATION
POWER
(TAPE) This button turns this unit on if you have set
the code for a YAMAHA tape deck. This button
turns on the tape deck that has a remote control with
a power button if you have set the code for another
manufacturer.
(MD) This button turns this unit on if you have set
the code for the YAMAHA MD recorder.
Input selector buttons
BASIC OPERATION
EFFECT
VOLUME
MUTE
DISPLAY (MD)
APPENDIX
DECK A/B (TAPE)
This button selects deck A or B on a double-cassette
tape deck.
e PAUSE (MD)
This button gives a pause in operation.
a DIR B (TAPE)
This button selects the playing direction of deck B.
SKIP+ (MD)
This button skips to the next track.
s STOP
This button stops operation on a tape deck or MD
recorder.
f FAST FORWARD (TAPE)
This button winds a tape fast forward.
SEARCH (MD)
This button initiates a fast-forward search on the track
that is playing to find the point from which you want to
listen.
ADVANCED OPERATION
SLEEP
r REC/PAUSE
This button gives a pause in recording on a tape deck
or MD recorder.
p PLAY
This button plays a tape or an MD.
b DIR A (TAPE)
This button selects the playing direction of deck A.
SKIP– (MD)
This button skips to the previous track.
w REWIND (TAPE)
This button rewinds a tape.
SEARCH (MD)
This button initiates a backward search on the track
that is playing to find the point from which you want
to listen.
TV VOLUME
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
■ CD MODE
Note
• TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you have set the code for your TV.
Press CD.
POWER
This button turns this unit on if you have set the code
for a YAMAHA CD player. This button turns on the CD
player that has a remote control with a power button if
you have set the code for another manufacturer.
Input selector buttons
EFFECT
DISC SKIP +/– (for a CD player with CD
changer)
These buttons skip to the next or previous CD.
VOLUME
MUTE
SLEEP
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
p PLAY
This button plays a CD.
b SKIP–
This button skips to the beginning of the previous
track.
w SEARCH
This button initiates a backward search on the track
that is playing to find the point from which you want
to listen.
e PAUSE
This button gives a pause in operation. The button
functions as PAUSE/STOP* for operating a
YAMAHA CD player under factory setting.
a SKIP+
This button skips to the beginning of the next
track.
s STOP
This button stops operation. The button functions
as PAUSE/STOP* for operating YAMAHA CD
players.
f SEARCH
This button initiates a fast-forward search on the
track that is playing to find the point from which
you want to listen.
y
PAUSE/STOP function
Press the button once to give a pause in operation and press once more to stop operation.
The dark-shaded buttons do not function. Refer to the instructions for details of each component.
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
■ DVD/LD MODE
Note
• TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you have set the code for your TV.
INTRODUCTION
Press DVD/LD.
Input selector buttons
EFFECT
DISC SKIP +/–
PREPARATION
POWER
(DVD) This button turns this unit on if
you have set the code for a YAMAHA
DVD player. This button turns on the
DVD player that has a remote control
with a power button if you have set the
code for another manufacturer.
(LD) This button turns this unit on if you
have set the code for a YAMAHA LD
player. This button turns on the LD player
that has a remote control with a
power button if you have set the
code for another manufacturer.
VOLUME
MUTE
SLEEP
PAUSE
SKIP –
STOP
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
SKIP +
PLAY
SEARCH
SEARCH
BASIC OPERATION
■ DVD MENU MODE
Note
• TV VOLUME and TV INPUT function if you have set the code for your TV.
POWER
This button turns the unit on if you have
set the code for a YAMAHA DVD player.
This button turns on the DVD player that
has a remote control with a power button
if you have set the code for another
manufacturer.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Press DVD MENU.
Numeric buttons
CLEAR
+10
DISC SKIP +/–
VOLUME
MUTE
RETURN
MENU DOWN
INDEX
APPENDIX
MENU UP
MENU LEFT
TV VOLUME
TV INPUT
MENU RIGHT
MENU SELECT
MENU
TITLE
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
■ VCR MODE
■ CBL/SAT MODE
Note
Note
• TV VOLUME, TV INPUT and TV SLEEP function if you have
set the code for your TV.
VCR POWER
Press VCR.
• TV VOLUME, TV INPUT and TV SLEEP function if you have
set the code for your TV.
CBL/SAT POWER
Press CBL/SAT.
CHANNEL
EFFECT
CHANNEL
ENTER
VCR CHANNEL +/–
VOLUME
MUTE
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
VCR PAUSE
TV SLEEP
VCR REC
Press this button twice to
start recording.
CHANNEL
CBL/SAT
CHANNEL +/–
VOLUME
MUTE
TV SLEEP
MENU UP
MENU LEFT
VCR PLAY
VCR
FAST FORWARD
VCR STOP
VCR REWIND
MENU DOWN
RECALL
■ TV MODE
Note
• You can control your VCR if you have set the
code for it.
TV POWER
Press TV.
CHANNEL
TV CHANNEL +/–
VOLUME
TV MUTE
TV SLEEP
VCR REC
Press this button twice.
VCR STOP
VCR REWIND
EFFECT
CHANNEL
ENTER
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
VCR PAUSE
VCR PLAY
VCR
FAST FORWARD
The dark-shaded buttons do not function. Refer to the instructions for details of each component.
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+100
CHANNEL
ENTER
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
MENU RIGHT
MENU SELECT
MENU
PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
Advanced Information
■ Setup codes
1
2
Turn on the VCR to be used.
3
Press both VOLUME
buttons (u/d) at the same
time for about four
seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
4
Use the numeric buttons to
enter the four-digit code
for the second (and third)
VCR. Make sure that the
indicator flashes twice.
If the indicator does not flash,
repeat step 3 and re-enter the
code.
5
Press POWER (or any other button) on the
remote control to check if you have set the
code correctly.
If the VCR cannot be controlled
with the remote control, try
setting another code for the
same manufacturer.
Press both VOLUME
buttons (u/d) at the same
time for about four
seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
Use the numeric buttons to
enter the four-digit
manufacturer’s code for
the component to be used.
Make sure that the
indicator flashes twice.
If the indicator does not flash,
repeat step 3 and re-enter the
code.
Press POWER (or any other button) on the
remote control to check if you have set the
code correctly.
If your component cannot be
controlled with the remote
control, try setting another code
for the same manufacturer.
Press CBL/SAT or DVD
MENU on the component
selector.
ADVANCED OPERATION
5
1
2
BASIC OPERATION
4
Press one of the
component selector
buttons which
corresponds to the
component to be
controlled.
Note
• If you want to control a second (and third) VCR in the DVD
MENU mode, you must set the code for an LD player in the
DVD/LD mode.
PREPARATION
3
Turn on your component to be used.
You can control a second (and third) VCR in the CBL/SAT
and DVD MENU modes if a cable TV or satellite tuner, or
DVD player is not being used.
INTRODUCTION
You can set the code for the manufacturer of your
component after pressing the component selector buttons
other than AMP(TUNER).
■ To use a second (and third) VCR
Notes
APPENDIX
• You can set only one code for one mode.
• In the DVD/LD and DVD MENU modes:
– Be sure to press DVD/LD on the component selector before
entering the code for the DVD/LD player. The code set in the
DVD/LD mode is also simultaneously set in the DVD MENU
mode. You cannot set the code for a DVD player after pressing
DVD MENU on the component selector.
– DVD MENU operations cannot be performed for some DVD
players.
• A second (and third) VCR can be controlled. Refer to “To use a
second (and third) VCR” for details.
• If your component does not respond to any of the codes listed for
the manufacturer, use the original remote control supplied with
your component.
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PRESET REMOTE CONTROL
■ Returning to the factory-set codes
To return all components to the factory-set codes, follow
these steps.
1
Press one of the
component selector
buttons other than
AMP(TUNER).
2
Press both VOLUME
buttons (u/d) at the same
time for about four
seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
3
Enter the code number
“9990”.
Make sure that the indicator
flashes twice.
To return each component to the factory-set codes, follow
these steps.
1
Press one of the
component selector
buttons which
corresponds to the
component to be returned
to the factory-set code.
2
Press both VOLUME
buttons (u/d) at the same
time for about four
seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
3
Enter the code number
“0000”.
Make sure that the indicator
flashes twice.
The following codes are factory set.
Component
selector button
TV
CBL/SAT
VCR
DVD/LD
CD
TAPE/MD
Component
Code
TV
Satellite tuner
VCR
DVD player
CD player
Tape deck
0101
0006
0002
0008 (YAMAHA DVD player)
0005 (YAMAHA CD player)
0004 (YAMAHA Tape deck)
We recommend that you write all the code numbers you
have set on the “Quick Reference Card”.
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APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
■ General
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Refer to
page
The power cord is not connected or the plug is
not completely inserted.
Firmly connect the power cord.
17
The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch on the
rear panel is not fully set to the right or left
position.
Set the switch fully to the right or left position
when the unit is in the standby mode.
17
The unit does not work
normally.
The internal microcomputer has been frozen by
an external electric shock (lightning, excessive
static electricity, etc.) or by a power supply with
low voltage.
Set the unit in the standby mode and disconnect
the AC power cord from the AC power outlet.
After about 30 seconds have passed, connect
the power and operate the unit again.
—
No sound and/or no
picture.
Incorrect input or output cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
An appropriate input source has not been
selected.
Select an appropriate input source with INPUT
SELECTOR or TAPE/MD MON / EXT.
DECODER (or the input selector buttons).
20
The speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
15
SPEAKERS have not been set properly.
Set SPEAKERS corresponding to the speakers
in use to the ON position.
20
The sound is muted.
Set VOLUME to the “m” position, press
MUTE to cancel a mute and adjust the volume.
21
Digital signals other than PCM audio and the
signals encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS
which this unit cannot reproduce are being input
to this unit by a CD-ROM, etc.
Play a source whose signals this unit can
reproduce.
—
No picture.
There is no S VIDEO connection between this
unit and the TV monitor, although S video
signals are being input to this unit.
Connect the monitor’s “S” video input terminal
to this unit’s S VIDEO MONITOR OUT
terminal.
14
The sound suddenly
goes off.
The protection circuit has been activated
because of a short circuit, etc.
Set the unit in the standby mode and then turn
on to reset the protection circuit.
—
The SLEEP timer has functioned.
Turn on the power, and play the source again.
39
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
15
21
Press EFFECT to turn it on.
24
A Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS
decoding DSP program is being used with
material not encoded with Dolby Surround,
Dolby Digital or DTS.
Select another DSP program.
27
No sound from the
center speaker.
The sound output level of the center speaker is
set to minimum.
“CENTER SP” in the SET MENU is set to the
NONE position.
Raise the level of the center speaker.
37
Select the LRG or SML position.
34
Incorrect DSP program is selected.
Select the appropriate program.
The source encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS
does not have a center channel signal.
25, 26, 27
—
The output level of the rear speakers is set to
minimum.
Raise the output level of the rear speakers.
37
A monaural source is being played with the PRO
LOGIC/Normal or PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED
program.
Select another DSP program suitable for the
monaural source.
27
English
No sound from the rear
speakers.
APPENDIX
Adjust it to the appropriate position.
The sound effect is off.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Incorrect setting of BALANCE.
No sound from the effect
speakers.
BASIC OPERATION
Only the speaker on one
side can be heard.
12, 13
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PREPARATION
The unit fails to turn on
when STANDBY/ON is
pressed, or enters in the
standby mode soon after
the power has been
turned on.
INTRODUCTION
If the unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple
measures suggested. If it cannot be corrected, or if the fault is not listed in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power
cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
No sound from the
subwoofer.
CAUSE
“BASS OUT” in the SET MENU is set to the
SW or MAIN position when playing a 2-channel
source.
REMEDY
Select the BOTH position.
34
—
The source does not contain low bass signals
(below 90 Hz).
A “humming” sound can
be heard.
Refer to
page
Incorrect cable connections.
Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
No connection from the turntable to the GND
terminal.
Make the GND connection between the
turntable and this unit.
12
The volume level is low
while playing a record.
The record is being played on a turntable with an
MC cartridge.
The turntable should be connected to the unit
through the MC head amplifier.
12
The volume level cannot
be increased, or the
sound is distorted.
The component connected to the TAPE/MD
OUT (REC) terminals of this unit is in the
standby mode.
Turn on the power to the component.
—
The sound effect cannot
be recorded.
It is not possible to record the sound effect by a
tape deck or MD recorder connected to the
TAPE/MD OUT (REC) terminals of this unit.
The DVD/LD, TV/digital TV
or satellite tuner source
cannot be recorded by
tape deck, MD recorder
or VCR connected to this
unit.
The DVD/LD player, TV/digital TV or satellite
tuner is connected to the unit only through the
digital terminals.
Make additional connections between the
analog terminals.
13
Adjusting this unit by
using SET MENU, TIME/
LEVEL or TEST cannot
be performed.
“MEM. GUARD” in the SET MENU is set to
the ON position.
Set “MEM. GUARD” to the OFF position.
36
12, 13
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■ Tuner
SYMPTOM
FM stereo reception
is noisy.
There is distortion,
and clear reception
cannot be obtained
even with a good FM
FM antenna.
CAUSE
The characteristics of FM stereo broadcasts
may cause this problem when the transmitter is
too far away or the antenna input is poor.
There is multipath interference.
REMEDY
Check the antenna connections.
Try using a high-quality directional FM
antenna.
Use the manual tuning method.
Adjust the antenna position to eliminate
multipath interference.
The desired station
cannot be tuned in
with the automatic
tuning method.
The station is too weak.
Use the manual tuning method.
Use a high-quality directional FM antenna.
Previously preset
stations can no
longer be tuned in.
The unit has been disconnected for a long
period.
Re-store the stations.
The desired station
cannot be tuned in
with the automatic
tuning method.
The signal is weak or the antenna connections
are loose.
Tighten the AM loop antenna connections and
orient it for best reception.
Use the manual tuning method.
Noises result from lightning, fluorescent lamps,
motors, thermostats and other electrical
equipment.
Use an outdoor antenna and a ground wire. This
will help somewhat, but it is difficult to
eliminate all noise.
Move this unit away from the TV.
There are continuous
AM crackling and hissing
noises.
There are buzzing and
whining noises
(especially in the
evening).
A TV set is being used nearby.
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Refer to
page
10, 28
10
10, 28
29
11, 28
11
—
TROUBLESHOOTING
■ Remote control
SYMPTOM
The remote control does
not work.
REMEDY
Refer to
page
Direct sunlight or lighting (from an inverter
type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is striking the
remote control sensor of this unit.
Reposition the unit.
The batteries are weak.
Replace all batteries with new ones.
2
The component to be controlled has not been
selected.
Press one of the component selector buttons
which corresponds to the component to be
controlled.
40
The manufacturer’s code has not been set
properly.
Enter the code again.
45
3
INTRODUCTION
The unit or other
component cannot be
controlled.
CAUSE
Try setting another code for the same
manufacturer.
■ Others
CAUSE
REMEDY
Refer to
page
The sound is degraded
when listening with
headphones to a tape
deck or CD player
connected to this unit.
This unit is in the standby mode.
Turn on the power of the unit.
—
There is noise
interference from digital
or high-frequency
equipment, or the unit.
The unit is too close to the digital or highfrequency equipment.
Move the unit further away from such
equipment.
—
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Refer to
page
The player which plays back the source is not
connected to a digital audio signal input
terminal of this unit.
The player must be connected to a digital audio
signal input terminal of this unit besides the
analog audio signal terminal connections.
13
The input mode is set to ANALOG on this unit.
Set a proper input mode to turn on the built-in
DTS decoder.
22
A percussive noise is
heard when playing back
a source encoded with
DTS.
If the input mode is set to AUTO, depending on
some sources, there may be a noise heard while
this unit is identifying the format of the input
signal.
Set the input mode of the currently selected
input source to DTS.
22
No sound is heard when
playing back a source
encoded with DTS, even
if the input mode is set
to AUTO on this unit.
The built-in DTS decoder does not function
because the player has a digital volume control
and it is set at a position other than
“maximum,” “neutral” or “ineffective.”
Set the player’s digital volume control at the
maximum, neutral or ineffective position.
—
No sound is heard when
playing back an MD or
DAT on which has been
recorded a source
encoded with DTS.
A source encoded with DTS cannot be recorded
on an MD or DAT.
No sound is heard when
playing back a source
(CD, etc.) even if the
currently selected input
mode is AUTO.
In the AUTO mode, the DTS-decoding mode
cannot be automatically changed to the normal
(PCM) digital signal input mode.
ADVANCED OPERATION
A loud hissing noise is
heard when playing back
a source encoded with
DTS.
—
Set the input mode to AUTO again.
BASIC OPERATION
■ When playing back a source encoded with DTS
PREPARATION
SYMPTOM
23
APPENDIX
Notes
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English
• It is necessary to use a DTS decoder to play back a source encoded with DTS, so the player which plays back the source must be connected
to a digital audio input terminal of this unit in the way described in this manual. If this connection is not made or only a D-to-A converter is
being used without using a DTS decoder, only a loud hissing noise will be heard when you play back the source.
• If you make a search (or skip, etc.) operation while playing back a source encoded with DTS, the “t” indicator goes off. This is because
this unit automatically changes the DTS-decoding mode to the standard (PCM) digital signal input mode to prevent a noise from being
output.
SPECIFICATIONS
AUDIO SECTION
FM SECTION
• Minimum RMS Output Power
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.06% THD, 8 ohms
Main L/R, Center, Rear L/R ......................................... 70 W*/65 W
1 kHz, 0.09% THD, 8 ohms
Main L/R, Center, Rear L/R ....................................... 80 W*/70 W
• Tuning Range .................................... 87.5/87.50 to 107.9/108.00 MHz
• Maximum Output Power (EIAJ)
1 kHz, 10% THD, 8 ohms ........................................................ 100 W
• DIN Standard Output Power
1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 4 ohms ....................................................... 100 W
• IEC Output Power
1 kHz, 0.06% THD, 8 ohms ....................................................... 70 W
• Dynamic Power (IHF)
8/6/4/2 ohms .................... 100/120/140/160 W*, 90/110/130/150 W
• Damping Factor
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 ohms ................................................................ 60
• Frequency Response
CD etc. to MAIN L/R ................................ 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0.5 dB
• Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
CD etc. to MAIN L/R, 1/2 power, 8 ohms ............................ 0.025%
• Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
CD etc. to MAIN L/R
(150 mV, Input Shorted) ........................................................ 96 dB
(250 mV, Input Shorted) ....................................................... 100 dB
• Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)
MAIN L/R .............................................................................. 150 µV
• Input Sensitivity/Impedance
CD etc. ................................................................. 150 mV/47 k-ohms
EXT. DECODER ......................................... 150 mV/40 – 47 k-ohms
• Output Level/Impedance
REC OUT ........................................................... 150 mV/1.2 k-ohms
SUBWOOFER ....................................................... 4.0 V/1.2 k-ohms
PHONES ................................................................. 0.47 V/390 ohms
• Usable Sensitivity (DIN)
Mono (S/N 26 dB) ................................................................... 0.9 µV
Stereo (S/N 46 dB) ................................................................... 28 µV
• Selectivity (two signals, 40 kHz Dev., ±300 kHz) ...................... 55 dB
• Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo)
DIN ................................................................................. 75 dB/69 dB
IHF ................................................................................. 81 dB/75 dB
• Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz)
Mono/Stereo ........................................................................ 0.1/0.2%
• Stereo Separation (1 kHz) ........................................................... 48 dB
• Frequency Response ........................................ 20 Hz to 15 kHz, ±1 dB
• Antenna Input ...................................................... 75 ohms, Unbalanced
AM SECTION
• Tuning Range ............................................ 530/531 to 1,710/1,611 kHz
• Usable Sensitivity ................................................................. 300 µV/m
• Signal-to-Noise Ratio ................................................................... 52 dB
• Antenna ........................................................................... Loop antenna
GENERAL
• Power Supply
[U.S.A. and Canada models] .................................. AC 120 V, 60 Hz
[Europe, U.K. and Singapore models] .................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz
[Australia model] ..................................................... AC 240 V, 50 Hz
[China model] ......................................................... AC 220 V, 50 Hz
[General model] ............................. AC 110/120/220/240 V, 50/60 Hz
• Power Consumption ...................................................... approx. 220 W
• AC Outlets (100 W max. total)
[U.K. and Australia models] ..................................... 1 (SWITCHED)
[Other models] .......................................................... 2 (SWITCHED)
• Channel Separation (Vol. –30 dB)
CD etc. (Input 5.1 k-ohms Terminated, 1 kHz/10 kHz)
..................................................................................... 60 dB/45 dB
• Dimensions (W x H x D)
..................... 435 x 151 x 391 mm (17-1/8’’ x 5-15/16’’ x 15-3/8’’)
• Tone Control Characteristics
BASS: Boost/cut .......................................................... ±10 dB/50 Hz
TREBLE: Boost/cut ................................................... ±10 dB/20 kHz
VIDEO SECTION
• Accessories ................................................................ AM loop antenna
.......................................................................... Indoor FM antenna
..................... 75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter (U.K. model only)
........................ Antenna adapter (U.S.A. and Canada models only)
................................................................................. Remote control
........................................................................................... Batteries
• Video Signal Type ........................................................... NTSC or PAL
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
* for U.S.A. and Canada models
• Weight ............................................................................ 10 kg (22 lbs.)
• Video Signal Level ...................................................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
• Signal-to-Noise Ratio .................................................................. 50 dB
• Monitor Out Frequency Response .................... 5 Hz to 10 MHz, –3 dB
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GLOSSARY
■ Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a digital surround sound system that
provides completely independent multi-channel audio to
you. Dolby Digital provides five full-range channels in what
is sometimes referred to as a “3/2” configuration: three front
channels (left, center and right), and two surround channels.
A sixth bass-only effect channel is also provided for output
of LFE (low frequency effect), or low bass effects that are
independent of other channels. (This is called the “LFE
channel”.) This channel is counted as 0.1, thus giving rise to
the term 5.1 channels in total.
The wide dynamic range of sound reproduced by the five
full-range channels and precise sound orientation by digital
sound processing provides listeners with excitement and
realism that have never been experienced before.
■ S VIDEO Signal
The S VIDEO signal is separated and transmitted as the Y
signal which indicates the luminance and the C signal which
indicates the chroma of the video signal (composite signal).
Using the S VIDEO terminal eliminates video signal
transmission loss and allows recording and playback of
even more beautiful images.
APPENDIX
English
DTS was developed to replace analog soundtracks of
movies with six discrete channels of digital soundtracks,
and it is now installed in many theaters around the world.
The DTS digital playback system changed the way we
experienced movies in theaters with six discrete channels of
superb digital audio.
DTS technology, through intense research and development
has made it possible to deliver similar encode/decode
discrete technology to home audio surround-sound
entertainment.
DTS Digital Surround is an encode/decode system which
delivers six channels of master-quality, 20-bit audio;
technically, it is 5.1 channels, which means 5 full-range
(left, center, right and two surround) channels, plus a
subwoofer (LFE) channel (as “0.1”). It is compatible with
the 5.1 speaker configurations that are currently available
for home theater systems.
This channel is for reproduction of low bass signals. The
frequency range for this channel is 20 Hz to 120 Hz. This
channel is called the channel 0.1 because it only reproduces
a low frequency range compared to the full-range from
20 Hz to 20 kHz that is reproduced by the 5 channels in a
Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1 channel system.
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ADVANCED OPERATION
■ DTS (Digital Theater System)
Digital Surround
■ LFE 0.1 Channel
BASIC OPERATION
The Dolby Surround and Dolby Digital sound and DTS
systems show their full ability in a large movie theater,
because movie sounds are originally designed to be
reproduced in a large movie theater that uses a multitude of
speakers. Trying to create a sound environment similar to
that of a movie theater in your home is difficult because of
the room size, material inside the walls, the number of
speakers, and so on. In other words, your listening room is
very different from a movie theater.
However, YAMAHA DSP technology allows you to create
nearly the same sound experience as that of a large movie
theater in your home by compensating for the lack of
presence and dynamics in the listening room with original
digital sound fields combined with Dolby Surround, Dolby
Digital or DTS Digital Surround sounds.
The YAMAHA “CINEMA DSP” logo indicates those
programs that are created by the combination of YAMAHA
DSP technology and Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or
DTS.
PREPARATION
■ CINEMA DSP CINEMA DSP
Dolby Surround uses four discrete channels and five
speakers to reproduce realistic and dynamic sound effects:
two main channels (left and right), a center channel for
dialog, and a rear channel for special sound effects. The rear
channel reproduces sound within a narrow frequency range.
Most video tapes and laser discs include Dolby Surround
encoding, as do many TV and cable broadcasts. The Dolby
Pro Logic decoder built into this unit employs a digital
signal processing system that stabilizes each channel for
even more accurate sound positioning than is available with
standard analog processors.
INTRODUCTION
■ Dolby Surround
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INDEX
A
M
Accessories .......................................................................... 2
AC outlet ........................................................................... 17
Antennas ...................................................................... 10, 11
Muting ............................................................................... 21
B
BALANCE ........................................................................ 21
BGV (background video) function .................................... 21
C
Canceling sound effect ...................................................... 24
CINEMA DSP ............................................................. 27, 51
Connections
Antennas ................................................................ 10, 11
Audio components (tape deck/MD recorder, CD player
and turntable) .............................................................. 12
Digital connections ...................................................... 13
Speakers ...................................................................... 15
TV monitor .................................................................. 13
Video components (DVD/LD player, VCR and TV/
digital TV, satellite tuner) ............................................ 13
P
Playing ............................................................................... 20
Preset stations
To recall a preset station .............................................. 30
Exchanging preset stations .......................................... 31
Preset tuning
Automatic preset tuning .............................................. 29
Manual preset tuning ................................................... 30
R
Recording .......................................................................... 32
Remote control
Basic operations ............................................................ 7
Batteries ......................................................................... 2
Component selector ................................................. 7, 40
Factory-set code .......................................................... 46
Manufacturer’s codes .......... i (at the end of this manual)
Setup codes .................................................................. 45
D
S
Delay time (TIME/LEVEL mode) .................................... 37
Display ................................................................................. 6
Dolby Digital ..................................................................... 51
Dolby Surround ................................................................. 51
DSP program ............................................................ 24 to 27
DTS Digital Surround ....................................................... 51
SET MENU ....................................................................... 33
Sleep timer ......................................................................... 39
Speaker
Output levels (TIME/LEVEL mode) .......................... 37
Output mode (SET MENU) .................................. 34, 35
Speaker balance (test tone) .......................................... 18
Placement ...................................................................... 8
STANDBY/ON .................................................................... 4
E
External decoder ................................................................ 14
T
F
Front panel ........................................................................... 4
I
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch ................................... 17
Input mode ......................................................................... 22
Test tone ....................................................................... 18, 19
Tone controls ..................................................................... 21
Tuning
Automatic tuning ......................................................... 28
Manual tuning ............................................................. 28
L
LFE ........................................................................ 35, 36, 51
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LIST OF MANUFACTURER’S CODES
LISTES DES CODES FABRICANT
Elin
Elta
Emerson
1001
0331
0001, 0021, 0061,
0071, 0081, 0091,
0111, 0811, 0821,
0831, 0841, 0851,
0861, 0871, 0901,
0921, 0941, 0981,
1011, 1031, 1051,
1081, 1091
Envision
0361, 1111
Erres
1001
Etron
0331
Ferguson
1001
Finlux
1001
Fisher
0171, 0801, 0981
Formenti
0441
Formonti
1001
Fortress
1141
Fujitsu
1091
Funai
1051, 1091, 1341,
1361, 1411, 1451,
1501, 1521
Futuretech
1051
GE
0131, 0161, 0201,
0751, 0761, 0771,
0781, 0791, 0811,
0861, 1041
GEC
0271, 1001
Gemini
0391
Genexxa
0431
Gibralter
0891, 1031, 1111
GoldStar
0031, 0121, 0351,
0411, 0731, 0741,
0861, 0941, 0971,
1001, 1031, 1111,
1151
Goodmans/Tashiko
0271, 0661,
1001
Granada
1001
Grundig
1781, 1791, 1801,
1811, 1821, 1831,
1841, 1851, 1861,
1871, 1881
Gunpy
1051, 1091
H/K
0721
Hallmark
0861
Hanseatic
1001
Harvard
1051, 1061
Hinari
1001, 1091
Hitachi
0181, 0351, 0671,
0681, 0691, 0701,
0711, 0871, 0941,
0971, 1351
Hypson
1001
Ima
1051
Indiana
1001
Infinity Reference
0101
Interfunk
1001
ITT
0611
Janeil
1131
JBL
0101
JCB
0951
Jensen
0311
Jinxing
1531, 1541, 1551,
1561, 1571, 1621,
1631, 1641, 1651,
1691, 1731
JVC
0261, 0281, 0641,
0651, 0661, 0841
Kawasho
0901
TV
A-Mark
A Tandy
Abex
Admira
Adventura
Aiko
Akai
Alba
Alleron
Ambassador
Amstrad
Anam
1161
0941
1151
1141
1131
1121
0331, 1101, 1111
0431
1091
1081
0481, 1081
0251, 1041, 1051,
1061, 1071
Anam National 1041
AOC
0361, 1021, 1031,
1111, 1161
Archer
1161
Audiosonic
1001
Audiovox
1051, 1161
Awai
1481
Bauer
0441
Baur
1001
Beijing
1511, 1551, 1561
Belcor
1031
Bell & Howell 0981, 0991
Beon
1001
Bradford
1051
Brockwood
1031
Broksonic
1161
Bush
1001
Candle
0351, 0361, 0961,
0971, 1111, 1131
Capehart
1021
Carver
0101
Cathay
1001
Celebrity
0951
Centurion
0411
Changhong
1541, 1551, 1561,
1621
Citizen
0351, 0361, 0921,
0931, 0941, 0961,
0971, 1111, 1121,
1131
Clairtone
1011
Clarivox
1001
Concerto
0351, 0971
Conrowa
1751
Contec
0901, 0911, 1011,
1051
Corando
0941
Craig
0251, 1051
Crown
0941, 1051
Curtis Mathes 0161, 0361, 0931,
0941, 0981, 1111
CXC
1051
Daewoo
0291, 0301, 0331,
0721, 0941, 1001,
1031, 1121, 1191,
1531, 1581, 1591,
1601
Dansai
1001
Daytron
0941, 1031
Decca
0271, 1001
Dixi
0331, 1001, 1071
Dumont
0891, 1031
Dynatech
0881
Electroband
0951, 1011
Electrohome
0941
Electron
0941
Kaypani
Kenwood
Kloss
KTV
1021
0361, 1031, 1111
0631, 0721, 1131
0921, 0941, 1011,
1051, 1111
Leyco
1001
Liesenk & Tter 1001
Lloytron
0941
Loewe
1001
Logik
0991, 1771
Luxman
0351, 0971
Lxi
0101, 0621, 0761,
0861, 0981
Magnavox
0101, 0341, 0391,
0401, 0411, 0421,
0581, 0591, 0601,
0611, 0631, 0661,
0961, 1111
Majestic
0991
Marantz
0101, 0221, 0361,
1001, 1111
Mark
1001
Matsui
0271, 0331, 1001
Mediator
1001
Megatron
0691, 0861, 1161
MEI
1011
M Electronic
1001
Memorex
0331, 0571, 0861,
0971, 0981, 0991,
1771
Metz
1791, 1831, 1891,
1901, 1911, 1921,
1931, 1941
MGA
0361, 0561, 0571,
0861, 1031, 1111
Midland
0751, 0761, 0891,
0941, 1151
Mitsubishi
0221, 0321, 0561,
0571, 0661, 0861,
1031, 1101, 1381
Montgomery
1091
Motorola
1041, 1141
MTC
0351, 0361, 0881,
0931, 0971, 1011,
1031, 1111
Multitech
0881, 1051
NAD
0551, 0621, 0861
NEC
0241, 0351, 0361,
0661, 0971, 1031,
1111, 1321, 1711
Neckermann
1001
Nei
1001
Nikkai
0271, 0431, 1001,
1151
Nikko
0861, 1111, 1121
Novabeam
0721
NTC
1121
Onwa
1051
Optimus
0551
Optonica
0541, 1141
Orion
0831, 1001
Osaki
0271, 1151
Otto Versand
1001
Panasonic
0101, 0191, 0251,
0751, 1041, 1311,
1371, 1431
Panda
1541, 1721
Penny
Peony
Philco
Philips
Phonola
Pilot
Pioneer
Portland
Priceclub
Prism
Proscan
Protech
Proton
Pulsar
Pulser
Quasar
Quelle
Radio Shack
Radiola
RCA
Realistic
Rhapsody
R-line
Runco
Saisho
Sampo
Samsung
Samsux
Sanyo
SBR
Schneider
Scimitsu
Scotch
Scott
Sears
Shanghai
Sharp
Shogun
Signature
0161, 0361, 0521,
0531, 0621, 0731,
0751, 0761, 0781,
0791, 0861, 0931,
0941, 1031, 1041,
1111, 1151, 1161
1561, 1621
0361, 0581, 0591,
0601, 0611, 0631,
0961, 1031, 1111
0101, 0401, 1001
1001
0941, 1031, 1111
0511, 0551, 0871,
1331
0941, 1031, 1121
0931
0751
0761
1001
0501, 0861, 0941,
1021, 1161
0891
1031
0251, 0751, 1041
1001
0541, 0941, 1031,
1051, 1151
1001
0051, 0141, 0151,
0181, 0411, 0491,
0531, 0761, 0771,
0871, 1031
0541, 0861, 0941,
0971, 0981, 1031,
1051, 1111, 1151
1011
1001
0891, 1111
0331, 1081
0361, 0941, 1021,
1111, 1151
0331, 0341, 0351,
0361, 0861, 0931,
0941, 0971, 1001,
1031, 1111, 1151,
1461
0941
0171, 0231, 0271,
0661, 0801, 0911,
0981, 1231, 1251,
1261
1001
1001
1031
0861
0831, 0861, 0941,
1031, 1051, 1091
0101, 0161, 0171,
0351, 0481, 0521,
0621, 0761, 0801,
0861, 0971, 0981,
1091
1561, 1681
0461, 0471, 0541,
0661, 0911, 0941,
1141, 1241, 1271
1031
0991, 1771
i
03V496code(UCA)
1
1/11/0, 1:07 PM
Simpson
Solavox
Sonoko
Sontec
Sony
0581, 0961
1151
1001
1001
0371, 0451, 0661,
0841, 0951, 1281,
1441
Soundesign
0861, 0961, 1051,
1091
Soundwave
1001
Spectricon
1161
Squareview
0481
SSS
1031, 1051
Star-lite
1051
Suprem
0951
Supre-macy
1131
Surpa
0351, 0971
Sylvania
0101, 0361, 0441,
0581, 0591, 0601,
0611, 0631, 0961,
1111
Symphonic
0481
Sysline
1001
Tandy
0271, 0431, 1141
Tatung
0271, 0881, 1001,
1041, 1161
Tcl
1561, 1631, 1701
Technics
0751
Techwood
0351, 0751, 0971
Teknika
0101, 0351, 0571,
0931, 0941, 0961,
0971, 0991, 1031,
1051, 1091, 1121,
1131, 1771
Teletech
0331
Tera
0501
Thakral
1671
Thorm
1001
TMK
0351, 0861, 0971,
1081
Toshiba
0381, 0521, 0621,
0661, 0931, 0981,
1301
Tosonic
1011
Totevision
0941
Trical
0911
Universal
0781, 0791
Universum
1001
Vector Research 0361, 1111
Vestel
1001
Victor
0651, 1201, 1211,
1221
Video Concept 1101
Vidikron
0101, 0211
Vidtech
0861, 1031
Viking
1131
Wards
0101, 0361, 0451,
0541, 0581, 0591,
0601, 0611, 0771,
0781, 0791, 0861,
0971, 0991, 1031,
1091, 1111, 1771
Watson
1001
Xogego
1611, 1621, 1661,
1741, 1761
Yamaha
0221, 0361, 0571,
1031, 1111, 1141,
1381
Yoko
1001
Zenith
0011, 0041, 0891,
0991, 1771
Zonda
1161
CABLE
ABC
0256, 0376
Antronix
0136
Archer
0136, 0286
BBT
0076
Cabletime
0166
Cablevision
0196
Colour Voice
0306, 0346
Comtronics
0216, 0276
Eagle Comronics
0276
Eastern
0066
Electricord
0206
Electus
0266
GE
0116, 0126
GEC Cable System
0196
Hamlin H5
0676
Hamlin H6
0666
Hamlin H6S
0656
Hamlin H8
0646
Hamlin H9
0636
Jerrold
0256
Jerrold 400L
0626
Jerrold 450L
0616
Jerrold 550
0606
Jerrold Osd Catv
0596
Jerrold Sprucer 0436
Magnavox/Philips
0416, 0426
Mamm
0296
Memorex
0386
Movie Time
0146, 0206
Northcoast
0016
NSC
0146
Oak
0106
Oak Sigma 450 0546
Oak Sigma 550 0536
Panasonic TZ 120/130
0476
Panasonic TZ 170/180
0446
Panasonic TZ140
0466
Panasonic TZ150/160 0456
Paragon
0386
Philips
0036, 0216, 0306,
0316, 0326, 0336,
0346
Pioneer
0006, 0086
Pioneer BR50 0846
Pioneer BR60/70/80/81/82
0696
Pioneer BR90 0556
Pulsar
0386
RCA Digital Satellite System
0396, 0406
Realistic
0136
Regency/Eastern 0686
Runco
0386
Samsung
0276
Scientific Atlanta 175/475 0576
Scientific Atlanta 75 0366, 0586
Scientific Atlanta 8650
0566
Signal
0276
SL Marx
0276
Spectavision
0236
Standard Components 0186
Starcom V
0256
Stargate
0276
Sylvania/Texscan
0376, 0496
Teknika
0176
Teleservice
0056
Teleview
0276
Texscan
0186, 0376
TFC
0026
Tocom
0226, 0356
Tocom 5503A 0526
Tocom 5503VIP/5507
0516
Tocom TC56
0506
Toshiba
0386
Tudi
0046
Unika
Universal
Videoway
Viewstar
Zenith
0136
0136, 0156, 0206,
0286
0096
0216
0246, 0386, 0486
SATELLITE TUNER
Alpha Star
0826
Chaparral
0756
Echostar
0836
General Instrument
0776
HTS
0836
Hughes Network Systems 0816
Jerrold
0776, 0786
Panasonic
0806
Primestar
0776, 0786
RCA
0766
Sony
0796
VCR
A Tandy
Adventura
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
0902
0992
0982
0992
0262, 0942, 0952,
0962, 0972
American High 0932
Amstrad
0992
ASA
0002, 0912
Asha
0922
Audio Dynamics
0202
Audiovox
0912
Beaumark
0922
Bell & Howell 0902
Blaupunkt
0412
Broksonic
0872, 0882, 0892
Bush
0852
Calix
0912
Canon
0862, 0932
CCE
0852, 0982
Citizen
0912, 0982
Colt
0852
Craig
0832, 0842, 0852,
0912, 0922
Curtis Mathes 0662, 0822, 0932
Cybernex
0922
Daewoo
0802, 0812, 0982
DBX
0202
Dynatech
0472, 0992
Electrohome
0912
Electrophonic 0912
Emerex
0792
Emerson
0072, 0132, 0142,
0152, 0162, 0172,
0182, 0192, 0212,
0702, 0712, 0722,
0732, 0742, 0752,
0762, 0772, 0782,
0872, 0882, 0892,
0912, 0952, 0992,
1072
Finlux
0002, 0992
Fisher
0682, 0692, 0842,
0902
Fuji
0672, 0932
Funai
0992
Garrard
0992
GE
0662, 0822, 0932
Go Video
0642, 0652
GoldStar
0082, 0632, 0912
Goodmans
0402
Gradiente
0992
Granda
0612, 0902
Grundig
0002
H/K
1082
ii
03V496code(UCA)
2
1/11/0, 1:07 PM
Harley Davidson
0992
Harmon/Kardon
0632, 1082
Harwood
0752, 0852
Headquarter
0612
HI-Q
0842
Hinari
0852
Hitachi
0102, 0562, 0572,
0582, 0592, 0602,
0992
ITT
0942
JVC
0202, 0522, 0532,
0542, 0552
Kenwood
0202, 0542, 0612,
0632, 0902
KLH
0852
Kodak
0912, 0932
Lloyd
0992
Logik
0852
Luxor
0942
LXI
0022, 0912
Magnavox
0002, 0482, 0492,
0502, 0512, 0932
Magnin
0922
Marantz
0002, 0202, 0402,
0632, 0932
Marta
0912
Matsui
0722
Matsushita
0932
MEI
0222, 0932
Memorex
0232, 0242, 0472,
0512, 0612, 0842,
0902, 0912, 0922,
0932, 0992
MGA
0762, 0952
MGA Technology
0922
Minolta
0592, 0602
Mitsubishi
0452, 0462, 0542,
0762, 0952, 1082
Motorola
0472, 0932
MTC
0922, 0992
Multitech
0852, 0992
NAD
0442
NEC
0122, 0202, 0292,
0422, 0432, 0542,
0632
Nikko
0912
Noblex
0922
Olympus
0412, 0932
Optimus
0442, 0472, 0912
Optonica
0402
Orion
0212, 0722, 0742,
0772
Osaki
0912
Panasonic
0012, 0052, 0092,
0222, 0372, 0382,
0392, 0412, 0932
Penny
0202, 0432, 0602,
0632, 0692, 0912,
0922, 0932
Pentax
0592, 0602
Perdio
0992
Philco
0002, 0932
Philips
0002, 0282, 0402,
0492, 0932
Pilot
0912
Pioneer
0442, 0542
Proscan
1002, 1012, 1022,
1032, 1042, 1052,
1062
Pulsar
0512
Quarter
0612
Quartz
0272, 0612
Quasar
0382, 0392, 0932
Radio Shack
0912, 0992
Radix
0912
Randex
0912
RCA
0112, 0382, 0392,
0482, 0592, 0602,
0662, 0822, 0942
Realistic
0402, 0472, 0612,
0682, 0842, 0902,
0912, 0922, 0932,
0992
Ricoh
0352, 0362
Saisho
0212, 0582, 0722,
0732, 0742, 0772
Salora
0612, 0762
Samsung
0212, 0312, 0922,
0962
Sanky
0472, 0512
Sansui
0292, 0542, 0832
Sanyo
0242, 0612, 0842,
0902, 0922
SBR
0002, 0282
Schneider
0852
Scott
0342, 0712, 0762,
0872, 0882, 0892
Sears
0302, 0592, 0602,
0612, 0682, 0692,
0842, 0902, 0912,
0932
Sharp
0402, 0472
Shintom
0852
Shogun
0922
Singer
0852
Sony
0032, 0332, 0352,
0362, 0672, 0792,
0932
STS
0602
Sunpak
0352
Sylvania
0002, 0492, 0502,
0762, 0932, 0992
Symphonic
0992
Tandy
0992
Tashiko
0712, 0992
Teac
0992
Technics
0932
Teknika
0322, 0912, 0932,
0992
Telefunken
0252
TMK
0212, 0732, 0772,
0922
Toshiba
0062, 0302, 0342,
0622, 0682, 0712,
0762
Totevision
0912, 0922
Unitech
0922
Vector Research 0202, 0432, 0632
Victor
0532, 0542, 0552
Video Concepts 0202, 0432, 0632,
0952
Wards
0322, 0402, 0472,
0482, 0602, 0712,
0842, 0852, 0922,
0932, 0992
Yamaha
0202, 0632, 0762
Zenith
0042, 0362, 0512,
0672
LD PLAYER
Aiwa
Denon
Disco Vision
Funai
Hitachi (E)
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
NAD
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Realistic
Sharp
Sony
Victor
Yamaha
CD PLAYER
Acoustic Research
1295
ADC
0025, 0065
Adcom
0205, 0255, 1015
ADS
0265
Aiwa
0295, 0945, 1035,
1055
Akai
0175, 0485, 0535
Alpine
1215, 1305
Audio-Technica 0545
BSR
0245, 0655, 0775
California Audio Lab 0055
Capetronic
1205
Carrera
0245
Carver
0285, 1135
Casio
0345
Crown
0185
Curtis Maths
0345
Denon
0275, 0875, 0885
Deual (E)
0505
Dynamic Bass (H)
0555
Emerson
0205, 0325, 1105
Eroica
1275
Fisher
0095, 0555, 0925,
1005
Garrard
0365
Genexxa
0305, 0325, 1105
GoldStar
1225, 1265, 1135,
1335
H/K
0105, 0175, 0465,
0995
Hitachi
0195, 0505, 0205,
0815
Inkel
0115, 0395
JVC
0315
Kenwood
0045, 0095, 0405,
0585, 0725, 0735,
0745, 0755, 0895
Kyocera
0025
Luxman
0075, 0425, 0675,
0705, 0715, 0985
Magnavox
0165, 0215, 0645,
0955
Marantz
0215, 0235, 0375,
0785, 1345
McIntosh
0355, 1085
MCS
0905, 1315
Memorex
0205, 0225, 0235,
0305, 0325, 1105
DVD PLAYER
Akai
JVC
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Toshiba
Yamaha
0157
0147
0017
0157
0017
0087, 0107
0027
0027
0137
0137
0077, 0177
0027
0037, 0017, 0137
0167
0157
0127
0047, 0057, 0117
0097
0007, 0067
0108
0168
0128
0048
0188
0208, 0228
0148
0068
0028
0088
0008, 0048
MGA
Mission
Mitsubishi
MTC
NAD
0135
0215
0135, 0445
1255
0035, 0615, 0685,
0695
Nakamichi
0125, 0435, 0515
NEC
0255, 0905, 0965
Nikko
0545, 1005
Onkyo
0155, 0455, 0495,
0805, 1155
Optimus
0225, 0245, 0555,
0595, 0845, 0855,
0865, 0895, 0935
Panasonic
0055, 0825, 1095,
1125
Penny
0905
Philips
0165, 0215
Pioneer
0305, 0935, 1045
Proton
0215, 1185
Quasar
0055
RCA
0205, 0915, 1115
Realistic
0205, 0225, 0235,
0325, 0555, 0845
Revox
1175
Rotel
0215
Saba Telecommander (E)
0505
SAE
0215
Samsung
1285
Sansui
0215, 0625, 0975,
1025, 1105
Sanyo
0145, 0555, 0635,
0765
Scott
0325, 1105
Sears
0345
Sharp
0235, 0665, 0895,
1065, 1075
Sherwood
0115, 0235, 0395,
0475
Siements Garrard
1245
Signature
0175
Sontec
1165
Sony
0065, 0565, 0865,
1145
Staron
1235
STS
0025
Sylvania
0215
Symphnoic
0335
Tandy
0305
Tangberg
1195
Teac
0235, 0335, 0385,
0525, 0795, 0835,
1355
Technics
0055, 0605, 1095
Techwood
1325
Telefunken (E) 0505
Thomson (E)
0505
Toshiba
0035, 0685
Vector Research 0065, 1135
Victor
0315
Wards
0175
Yamaha
0005, 0015, 0575,
1065
TAPE DECK
Aiwa
Akai
Carver
Denon
Fisher
Garrard
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
Onkyo
Optimus
Philips
Pioneer
Revox
Sansui
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Teac
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
0094, 0214, 0224
0184
0094
0304
0144
0194, 0204
0274, 0284, 0294
0124, 0134, 0154,
0234, 0244, 0264
0094
0094, 0344
0184
0364, 0374
0034, 0064, 0204,
0334
0094
0034, 0044, 0064
0354
0094, 0344
0264
0334
0054, 0084, 0324
0194, 0254
0074, 0314
0294
0034
0004, 0014
MD RECORDER
Yamaha
0024
iii
03V496code(UCA)
3
1/11/0, 1:07 PM
UCA
HTR-5240
Natural Sound AV Receiver
Ampli-tuner audio-vidéo
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A.
CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA
ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY
ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE
ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD1 7JS, ENGLAND
SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VÄSTRA FRÖLUNDA, SWEDEN
MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA
00HTR-5240(UCA)-cv1/4
1
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODE D’EMPLOI
Printed in Malaysia ID
V502890-2
9/29/0, 12:52 PM
Quick Reference Card
TAPE/MD
AMP(TUNER)
POWER
A/B/C/D/E
TEST
POWER
Input selector
buttons
Input selector
buttons
Input selector
buttons
Input selector
buttons
EFFECT
PRESET+/–
EFFECT
EFFECT
DISC SKIP+/–
EFFECT
DISC SKIP+/–
VOLUME
TV VOLUME
SLEEP
MUTE
SLEEP
TV INPUT
PRG+,
PRG–
REC/PAUSE
PLAY
DIR A (TAPE)
SKIP– (MD)
SET
MENU
REWIND (TAPE)
SEARCH (MD)
+/–
TIME LEVEL
DVD/LD
POWER
POWER
VOLUME
MUTE
CD
VOLUME
TV VOLUME
MUTE
VOLUME
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY (MD) SLEEP
DECK A/B (TAPE)
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
PAUSE (MD)
PAUSE
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FAST FORWARD (TAPE)
SEARCH (MD)
SEARCH
STOP
SKIP+
SEARCH
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TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
TV INPUT
PAUSE
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RETURN
MENU SELECT
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TITLE
CBL/SAT
TV
CBL/SAT
POWER
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Numeric buttons
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
CLEAR
+10
EFFECT
CHANNEL
CBL/SAT
ENTER
CHANNEL+/–
+100
CHANNEL
ENTER
EFFECT
CHANNEL
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VCR
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INDEX
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*1
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VCR
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MENU
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RECALL
*1 Press this button twice to start recording.
Appuyer deux fois sur cette touche pour commencer l’enregistrement.
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TV SLEEP
*1
VCR REC
VCR PLAY
TV VOLUME
DISPLAY
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VCR
PAUSE
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REWIND
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