Yamaha HTR-6230 Owner`s manual

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HTR-6230
AV Receiver
OWNER’S MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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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.
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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.
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Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the product is operated.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions
should be followed.
Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by
the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water –
for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool;
and the like.
Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold
with the product. Any mounting of the product should
follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may
cause the product and cart combination to
overturn.
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Ventilation – Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack
unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s
instructions have been adhered to.
Power Sources – This product should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or local power company. For
products intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization – This product may be equipped
with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
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 product.
Lightning – For added protection for this product during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the product due to lightning and power-line
surges.
Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be
located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other
electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such
power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching
such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be
fatal.
Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension
cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind
into this product through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result
in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the product.
Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
product,
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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If the product does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating instructions as an
improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a
qualified technician to restore the product to its normal
operation,
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any
way, and
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance - this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required,
be sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same
characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other
hazards.
Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating
condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The unit should be mounted
to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
Heat – The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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.
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Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna or
cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna
or cable system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70,
provides information with regard to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
MAST
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810–20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810–21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC – NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
FCC INFORMATION (for US customers)
1 IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS
UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to
use the product.
2 IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST
be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to
follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to
use this product in the USA.
3 NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply
with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15
for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with these
requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that
your use of this product in a residential environment will
not result in harmful interference with other electronic
devices.
This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if
not installed and used according to the instructions found
in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the
operation of other electronic devices.
Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that
interference will not occur in all installations. If this
product is found to be the source of interference, which
can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”,
please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the
following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being
affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient
the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead,
change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact the local retailer authorized to
distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the
appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics
Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA
90620.
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
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Caution: Read this before operating your unit.
1 To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
2 Install this sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place – away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration,
dust, moisture, and/or cold. Allow ventilation space of at least
30 cm on the top, 20 cm on the left and right, and 20 cm on
the back of this unit.
3 Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors,
or transformers to avoid humming sounds.
4 Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from
cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with
high humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent
condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical
shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
5 Avoid installing this unit where foreign objects may fall onto
this unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to
this unit.
6 Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain,
etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature
inside this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit,
and/or personal injury.
7 Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections
are complete.
8 Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat,
possibly causing damage.
9 Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
10 When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet,
grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.
11 Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might
damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
12 Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this
unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may
cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. Yamaha
will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use
of this unit with a voltage other than specified.
13 To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cord and
outdoor antennas disconnected from a wall outlet or the unit
during a lightning storm.
14 Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
Yamaha service personnel when any service is needed. The
cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
15 When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time
(i.e. vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
16 Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power
plug can be reached easily.
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17 Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section on common
operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty.
18 Before moving this unit, press ASTANDBY/ON to set this
unit in the standby mode, and disconnect the AC power plug
from the wall outlet.
19 VOLTAGE SELECTOR (Asia and General models only)
The VOLTAGE SELECTOR on the rear panel of this unit
must be set for your local main voltage BEFORE plugging
into the AC wall outlet. Voltages are:
........................................ AC 110–120/220–240 V, 50/60 Hz
20 The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or like.
21 Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can
cause hearing loss.
22 When replacing the batteries, be sure to use batteries of the
same type. Danger of explosion may happen if batteries are
incorrectly replaced.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
As long as this unit is connected to the AC wall outlet,
it is not disconnected from the AC power source even
if you turn off this unit by ASTANDBY/ON. In this
state, this unit is designed to consume a very small
quantity of power.
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.
POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS CANADIENS
Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la
plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de
la prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à
la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
IMPORTANT
Please record the serial number of this unit in the space
below.
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.
Contents
INTRODUCTION
ADVANCED OPERATION
Set menu ................................................................ 31
Supplied accessories .................................................. 2
Using set menu......................................................... 32
1 SOUND MENU.................................................... 32
2 INPUT MENU...................................................... 34
3 OPTION MENU ................................................... 35
Functional overview................................................ 3
Front panel ................................................................. 3
Front panel display..................................................... 4
Remote control........................................................... 5
Rear panel .................................................................. 6
Quick start guide..................................................... 7
Remote control features ....................................... 37
Controlling this unit, a TV, or other components .... 37
Setting remote control codes.................................... 39
INTRODUCTION
Features.................................................................... 2
Advanced setup..................................................... 40
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Preparation of remote control ............................... 8
Connections ............................................................. 9
Basic setup .............................................................16
Troubleshooting.................................................... 41
Glossary ................................................................. 46
Specifications......................................................... 47
Index ...................................................................... 48
APPENDIX
(at the end of this manual)
List of remote control codes...................................i
BASIC OPERATION
Playback.................................................................17
Selecting the SCENE templates ...........................21
Selecting the desired SCENE template.................... 21
Creating your original SCENE templates................ 23
Using remote control on the SCENE feature........... 24
Sound field programs ...........................................25
Selecting sound field programs................................ 25
FM/AM tuning ...................................................... 27
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Some operations can be performed by using either the buttons on the
front panel or the ones on the remote control. In case the button
names differ between the front panel and the remote control, the
button name on the remote control is given in parentheses.
• This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications
are subject to change in part as a result of improvements, etc. In case
of differences between the manual and product, the product has
priority.
• “ASTANDBY/ON” or “fDVD” (example) indicates the name of
the parts on the front panel or the remote control. Refer to the
“Functional overview” on page 3.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Overview.................................................................. 27
FM/AM tuning operations ....................................... 27
Preset FM/AM stations ............................................ 27
About this manual
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Basic procedure........................................................ 17
Additional operations............................................... 18
BASIC
OPERATION
Placing speakers......................................................... 9
Connecting speakers .................................................. 9
Connecting video components................................. 11
Connecting other components ................................. 13
Using the VIDEO AUX jacks on the front panel .... 15
Connecting the FM and AM antennas ..................... 15
Connecting the power cable..................................... 15
Turning on and off the power .................................. 15
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Using iPod™ ..........................................................29
Control and functions for iPod™............................. 29
Using Bluetooth™ components............................30
Pairing the Bluetooth™ receiver and your Bluetooth™
component ........................................................... 30
Playback of the Bluetooth™ component ................. 30
APPENDIX
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INTRODUCTION
Features
Built-in 5-channel power amplifier
◆ Minimum RMS output power
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
(1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 8 Ω)
Front: 100 W/ch
Center: 100 W
Surround: 100 W/ch
[Other models]
(1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 6 Ω)
Front: 100 W/ch
Center: 100 W
Surround: 100 W/ch
Various input/output connectors
◆ HDMI (IN x 2, OUT x 1), Component video (IN x 3, OUT x
1), Composite video (IN x 3, OUT x 2), Coaxial digital audio
(IN x 1), Optical digital audio (IN x 2), Analog audio (IN x 9,
OUT x 2)
◆ Speaker out (5-channel), Subwoofer out
◆ Discrete multi-channel input (6-channel)
SCENE select function
◆ Preset SCENE templates for various situations
◆ SCENE template customizing capability
Sound field programs
◆ Proprietary Yamaha technology for the creation of surround
field
◆ Compressed Music Enhancer mode
◆ SILENT CINEMA™
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent No’s:
5,451,942;5,956,674;5,974,380;5,978,762;6,487,535 and
other U.S. and worldwide patents issued and pending.
DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos and
symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
iPod™
“iPod” is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
Bluetooth™
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of the Bluetooth SIG
and is used by Yamaha in accordance with a license
agreement.
“HDMI,” the “HDMI” logo and “High-Definition
Multimedia Interface” are trademarks, or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
“SILENT CINEMA” is a trademark of Yamaha
Corporation.
Decoders and DSP circuits
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Dolby Digital decoder
Dolby Pro Logic/Dolby Pro Logic II decoder
DTS decoder
Virtual CINEMA DSP
SILENT CINEMA™
We Want You Listening For A Lifetime
Sophisticated FM/AM tuner
◆ 40-station random and direct preset tuning
◆ Automatic preset tuning
HDMI™ (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
◆ HDMI interface for standard, enhanced or high-definition
video (includes 1080p video signal transmission)
DOCK terminal
◆ DOCK terminal to connect a Yamaha iPod universal dock
(such as YDS-11, sold separately) or Bluetooth wireless audio
receiver (such as YBA-10, sold separately)
Other features
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192-kHz/24-bit D/A converter
iPod controlling capability
Sleep timer
Cinema and music night listening modes
Remote control with preset remote control codes
Yamaha and the Electronic Industries Association’s
Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out
of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that
lets the sound come through loud and clear without
annoying blaring or distortion - and, most importantly,
without affecting your sensitive hearing.
Since hearing damage from loud sounds is often
undetectable until it is too late, Yamaha and the Electronic
Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group
recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure from
excessive volume levels.
Supplied accessories
Check that you received all of the following parts.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby,” “Pro Logic,” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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❏
❏
❏
Remote control
Batteries (2) (AAA, R03, UM-4)
AM loop antenna
Indoor FM antenna
Functional overview
Front panel
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
P
VOLUME
EDIT
PRESET/TUNING
l
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/TUNING
h
BAND
MEMORY
PREPARATION
SPEAKERS
TUNING AUTO/MAN'L
SCENE
1
PHONES
TONE CONTROL
PROGRAM
l
STANDBY
/ON
2
l
EFFECT
VIDEO
B
K
L
STANDBY/ON
M
C
SPEAKERS
D
EDIT PRESET/TUNING
E
A/B/C/D/E
Switches the tuning mode (see page 27).
Selects the preset station group (A to E) (see page 28).
PRESET/TUNING l / h
Tunes into radio stations manually or automatically and selects a
preset station group (see page 27).
G
BAND
H
MEMORY
Q
Q
VIDEO (VIDEO AUX) jack
PORTABLE
R
S
Adjusts the volume level of this unit (see page 17).
Connects to a game console or a video camera using a
composite video cable (see page 15).
R
AUDIO L/R (VIDEO AUX) jacks
Connects to a game console or a video camera using analog
audio cables (see page 15).
S
PORTABLE (VIDEO AUX) jack
T
Front panel display
Connects to an audio component (such as iPod) (see page 15).
Shows information about the operational status of this unit (see
page 17).
Selects the reception band from FM and AM (see page 27).
Stores a station that you tuned into as a preset station (see
page 27).
I
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
F
J
VOLUME control
Connect to a pair of headphones (see page 19).
Turns on or off the set of front speakers connected to the
FRONT A or FRONT B speaker terminals (see page 18).
O
AUDIO
ADVANCED
OPERATION
PHONES jack
N
P
Turns on this unit, or sets it to standby mode (see page 15).
B
VIDEO AUX
NIGHT
h
BASIC
OPERATION
A
INPUT
STRAIGHT
h
SILENT CINEMA
A
4
3
INTRODUCTION
T
TUNING AUTO/MAN’L
Selects a tuning method from automatic or manual tuning (see
page 27).
SCENE 1/2/3/4
APPENDIX
J
Recalls an input source and a sound field program assigned to
each SCENE button (see page 21).
K
TONE CONTROL
Selects “BASS” and “TREBLE” to adjust frequency response
(see page 19).
L
PROGRAM l / h
M
STRAIGHT
N
INPUT l / h
O
NIGHT
Selects a sound field program (see page 25).
English
Activates the “STRAIGHT” mode (see page 26).
Selects an input source (see page 17).
Selects a night listening mode (see page 19).
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Functional overview
Front panel display
a
b
c
d
DVR
t
e
V-AUX
f
DTV/CBL
g
MD/CD-R
DVD
DOCK
VIRTUAL
ENHANCER
TUNER
h
CD
AUTO TUNED STEREO MEMORY
PRESET
SLEEP MUTE
SP SILENT CINEMA
NIGHT
AB
q DIGITAL
q PL
ft
q PL
mS
dB
PCM
j
a
k
l
m
Decoder indicator
Lights up when any of the decoders of this unit functions.
b
c
ENHANCER indicator
SILENT CINEMA indicator
DOCK indicator
Input source indicators
Tuner indicators
Lights up when this unit is in the FM or AM tuning mode (see
page 27).
h
MUTE indicator
i
VOLUME level indicator
j
PCM indicator
Flashes while the MUTE function is on (see page 19).
Indicates the current volume level.
Lights up when this unit is reproducing PCM (Pulse Code
Modulation) digital audio signals.
k
Headphones indicator
l
SP A B indicators
Lights up when headphones are connected (see page 19).
Lights up according to the set of front speakers selected (see
page 17).
m
NIGHT indicator
n
CINEMA DSP indicator
o
Multi-information display
Lights up when you select a night listening mode (see page 19).
Lights up when you select a sound filed program (see page 26).
Shows the name of the current sound field program and other
information when adjusting or changing settings.
p
Input channel and speaker indicators
LFE
LFE indicator
• LFE indicator
Lights up when the input signal contains the LFE signal.
• Input channel indicators
Indicates the channel components of the current digital input
signal.
The corresponding cursor lights up to show the currently
selected input source.
g
q
VIRTUAL indicator
Lights up or flashes according to the state of Yamaha iPod
universal dock or Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver connected
to this unit (see pages 14 and 30).
f
p
dB
LFE
L C R
SL
SR
L C R
SL
SR
Lights up when headphones are connected and a sound field
program is selected (see page 26).
e
q
o
VOLUME
Lights up when the Compressed Music Enhancer mode is
selected (see page 25).
Lights up when Virtual CINEMA DSP is active (see page 26).
d
n
i
SLEEP indicator
Lights up while the sleep timer is on (see page 20).
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Input channel indicators
Functional overview
Remote control
AMP
i
SCENE 1/2/3/4
Press this button before you control this unit (see page 17).
c
b
POWER
POWER
TV
AV
A
B
STANDBY
POWER
C
MUTE
d
Recalls an input source and a sound field program assigned to
each SCENE button (see page 21).
j
BAND LEVEL TITLE
k
MENU
l
Cursors (l / h / n / k) / ENTER
Selects the speaker that you want to adjust (see page 19).
e
MD/CD-R TUNER
CD
INTRODUCTION
h
a
Displays the set menu on the front panel display (see page 32).
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
f
• Press cursors to navigate the set menu (see page 32).
• Press ENTER to confirm a selection in the set menu (see
page 32).
g
TV VOL
m
VOLUME +/–
n
RETURN
Adjusts the volume level of this unit (see page 17).
h
Returns the previous menu level when the set menu is displayed
(see page 32).
SCENE
i
1
2
3
4
MENU
o
VOLUME
Displays the information of external components (such as a
DVD player) (see page 38).
PRESET/CH
l
A/B/C/D/E
A/B/C/D/E
j
ENTER
n
m
P R E SE T / C H
RETURN
p
q
PROG l / h
r
ENHANCER
Selects the sound field program (see page 25).
Sets the sound field program to the “Music Enh. 2ch” or “Music
Enh. 5ch” (see page 25).
s
SUR.DECODE
t
STRAIGHT
u
NIGHT
v
MULTI CH IN
w
AUDIO SEL
r
PROG
1
STRAIGHT
5
3
NIGHT
6
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
4
0
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
s
u
Selects a decoder from four decoders (see page 26).
Activates the “STRAIGHT” mode (see page 26).
Selects a night listening mode (see page 19).
x
y
w
Sets the input source to MULTI CH IN (see page 18).
Selects an audio input select setting for each input source (see
page 18).
x
SLEEP
y
Numeric buttons
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
v
ENHANCER SUR.DECODE
2
ADVANCED
OPERATION
REC
p
t
Control buttons
Control external components (such as a DVD player) connected
to this unit (see page 38).
DISPLAY
o
q
DISPLAY
BASIC
OPERATION
k
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
PREPARATION
DVD
TV CH
Sets the sleep timer (see page 20).
a
Infrared window
Outputs infrared control signals (see page 8).
TV/AV POWER
c
STANDBY (
APPENDIX
b
Enter remote control codes or preset station number (see
page 39).
Turns your TV or other components on or off (see page 38).
)
Sets this unit to the standby mode (see page 15).
d
POWER (
)
Turns this unit on (see page 15).
e
MUTE
f
Input selector buttons
g
TV control buttons
Mutes audio output (see page 19).
English
Switches the input source to each source (see page 17).
Controls your TV (see page 37).
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Functional overview
Rear panel
a
b
c
d
e
f
ANTENNA
OUT
DOCK
DTV/CBL
DVR
CENTER
FRONT B
HDMI
COMPONENT VIDEO
DVD
SPEAKERS
SURROUND
DTV/CBL
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
AM
PR
GND
DIGITAL INPUT
VIDEO
PB
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
IN
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
FM
UNBAL.
OPTICAL
CD
Y
MULTI CH INPUT
DTV/
CBL
FRONT
SURROUND
CENTER
DVD
DTV/CBL
AUDIO
DVR
IN
CD
OUT
MD/ OUT
IN
(PLAY) CD-R (REC)
OUTPUT
SUB
WOOFR
DVD
COAXIAL
FRONT A
SUBWOOFER
g
a
h
i
j
DOCK terminal
This input jacks support PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS bitstream
(see page 11).
• COAXIAL (DVD)
• OPTICAL (DTV/CBL)
• OPTICAL (CD)
Connect to the Yamaha iPod Universal Dock (such as YDS-11,
sold separately) or Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver (such as
YBA-10, sold separately) using its dedicated cable (see
page 14).
b
COMPONENT VIDEO jacks
h
HDMI terminals
i
VIDEO jacks
Connect to video jacks on your video components with
composite video cables (see page 11).
• DVD input jack
• DTV/CBL input jack
• DVR IN jack
• DVR OUT jack
• MONITOR OUT jack
e
ANTENNA terminals
Connect to the supplied FM and AM antennas (see page 15).
f
SPEAKERS terminals
Connect to each speakers (see page 9).
• FRONT A L/R
• FRONT B L/R
• SURROUND L/R
• CENTER
g
DIGITAL INPUT jacks
Connect to the DIGITAL output jacks on your digital audio
components with Coaxial/Optical digital audio cables.
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AUDIO jacks
Connect to the audio output/input jacks on your components
with analog audio cables (see page 11).
• DVD L/R jack
• DTV/CBL L/R jack
• DVR IN L/R jack
• DVR OUT L/R jack
• CD L/R jack
• IN (PLAY) L/R jack
• OUT (REC) L/R jack
Connect to HDMI output/input terminals on your external
components with HDMI cables (see page 11).
• HDMI DVD terminal
• HDMI DTV/CBL terminal
• HDMI OUT output terminal
d
MULTI CH INPUT jacks
Connect to the output jacks on your multi-format player or
external decoder with analog audio cables (see page 14).
• FRONT L/R jack
• SURROUND L/R jack
• CENTER jack
• SUBWOOFER jack
Connect to Y, PB/CB and PR/CR jacks on your video components
with component video cables (see page 11).
• DVD input jacks
• DTV/CBL input jacks
• DVR input jacks
• MONITOR OUT output jacks
c
k
j
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT jack
Connect to a Subwoofer with an analog audio cable (see
page 9).
k
Power cable
Connect to a standard AC outlet (see page 15).
Quick start guide
The following steps describe the easiest way to operate this unit. See the related pages for details on the operation and
settings.
Step 3: Connect your components
In these steps, you need the following items which are not
included in the package of this unit.
❏ Speakers
We recommend magnetically shielded speakers.
❏ Center speaker ................................... x 1
❏ Surround speaker .............................. x 2
❏ Active subwoofer ................................... x 1
Select an active subwoofer equipped with an RCA
input jack.
❏ DVD player .............................................. x 1
Select DVD player equipped with coaxial digital
audio output jack and composite video output jack.
❏ Video cable ............................................. x 2
Select an RCA composite video cable.
Connect the power cable and turn on this unit.
• Connecting the power cable
• Turning on and off the power
☞P. 15
☞P. 15
Step 5: Select the input source and start
playback
Select the component connected in the step 3 as an input
source and start playback.
• Basic procedure
• Selecting the SCENE templates
• Adjusting the sound field programs
☞P. 17
☞P. 21
☞P. 25
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
❏ Digital coaxial audio cable .................... x 1
Step 2: Set up your speakers
Place your speakers in the room and connect them to this
unit.
Video monitor
Front left
speaker
Front right
speaker
ADVANCED
OPERATION
❏ Video monitor ......................................... x 1
Select a TV monitor, video monitor or projector
equipped with a composite video input jack.
Step 4: Turn on the power
BASIC
OPERATION
❏ Speaker cable ......................................... x 5
❏ Subwoofer cable ..................................... x 1
Select a monaural RCA cable.
• Connecting a TV monitor or projector
☞P. 12
• Connecting audio and video components
☞P. 13
• Connecting a multi-format player or an external
decoder
☞P. 14
• Connecting a Yamaha iPod universal dock or
Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver
☞P. 14
• Using the VIDEO AUX jacks on the front panel
☞P. 15
• Connecting the FM and AM antennas
☞P. 15
PREPARATION
❏ Front speaker ..................................... x 2
At least two front speakers are required to start
playback.
Connect your TV, DVD player or other components.
INTRODUCTION
Step 1: Check the items
Subwoofer
Surround right
speaker
APPENDIX
Center speaker
DVD player
Surround left
speaker
English
• Placing speakers
• Connecting speakers
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PREPARATION
Preparation of remote control
Installing batteries in the remote control
1
3
Using the remote control
The remote control transmits a directional infrared ray.
Be sure to aim the remote control directly at the remote
control sensor on this unit during operation.
2
30º
1
Take off the battery compartment cover.
2
Insert the four supplied batteries (AAA, R03,
UM-4) according to the polarity markings (+
and –) on the inside of the battery
compartment.
3
a
30º
Approximately 6 m (20 ft)
Infrared window
Outputs infrared control signals. Aim this window at the
component you want to operate.
y
Snap the battery compartment cover back
into place.
Notes
• Change all of the batteries if you notice the following conditions:
– the operation range of the remote control decreases.
• Do not use old batteries together with new ones.
• Do not use different types of batteries (such as alkaline and
manganese batteries) together. Read the packaging carefully as
these different types of batteries may have the same shape and
color.
• 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.
• Do not throw away batteries with general house waste; dispose of
them correctly in accordance with your local regulations.
• If the remote control is without batteries for more than 2 minutes,
or if exhausted batteries remain in the remote control, the contents
of the memory may be cleared. When the memory is cleared, insert
new batteries and set up the remote control code.
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• To set the remote control codes for other components, see page 39.
Notes
• Do not spill water or other liquids on the remote control.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not leave or store the remote control in the following types of
conditions:
– places of high humidity, such as near a bath
– places of high temperature, such as near a heater or stove
– places of extremely low temperatures
– dusty places
• To set the remote control codes for other components, see page 39.
Connections
Placing speakers
Connecting speakers
FL
C
FR
SL
SR
60˚
SL
80˚
SR
■
5.1-channel speaker connection
d
g
SPEAKERS
ANTENNA
D
f
e
SURROUND
R
L
DTV/CBL
HDMI
CENTER
FRONT B
L
R
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Surround left and right speakers (SL and SR)
The surround speakers are used for effect and surround
sounds.
c
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Center speaker (C)
The center speaker is for the center channel 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.
AM
GND
VIDEO
BL
DVR
IN
MONITOR
OUT
OUT
FM
75
UNBAL.
BL
DVR
IN
AUDIO
OUT
CD
IN
MD/ OUT
(PLAY) CD-R (REC)
OUTPUT
SUB
WOOFER
R FRONT A
h
a
L
b
APPENDIX
Subwoofer (SW)
The use of a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier, such as
the Yamaha Active Servo Processing Subwoofer System,
is effective not only for reinforcing bass frequencies from
any or all channels, but also for high fidelity sound
reproduction of the LFE (low-frequency effect) channel
included in Dolby Digital and DTS sources. 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 front speakers. Turn it slightly
toward the center of the room to reduce wall reflections.
BASIC
OPERATION
Front left and right speakers (FL and FR)
The front speakers are used for the main source sound plus
effect sounds. Place these speakers at an equal distance
from the ideal listening position. The distance of each
speaker from each side of the video monitor should be the
same.
Caution
• Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on
the rear panel of this unit.
• Before connecting the speakers, make sure that this
the AC power plug is disconnected from the AC wall
outlet.
• Do not let the bare speakers wires touch each other or
do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. This
could damage this unit and/or speakers.
• Use magnetically shielded speakers. If this type of
speaker still creates interference with the monitor,
place the speakers away from the monitor.
• If you are to use 6-ohm speakers, be sure to set “SP
IMP.” to “6ΩMIN” before using this unit. See
page 40 for details on setting “SP IMP.”
PREPARATION
SW
30˚
Be sure to connect the left channel (L), right channel (R),
“+” (red) and “–” (black) properly. If the connections are
faulty, this unit cannot reproduce the input sources
accurately.
INTRODUCTION
The speaker layout below shows the speaker setting we
recommend. You can use it to enjoy CINEMA DSP and
multi-channel audio sources.
English
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Connections
Speakers
Jacks on this unit
a Front speaker (A) Right*
FRONT A (R)
b Front speaker (A) Left*
FRONT A (L)
c Surround speaker Right
SURROUND (R)
d Surround speaker Left
SURROUND (L)
e Center speaker
CENTER
f Front speaker (B) Right*
FRONT B (R)
g Front speaker (B) Left*
FRONT B (L)
h Subwoofer
SUBWOOFER
* You can select the front speaker set from Front speakers (A) and Front
speakers (B) by pressing CSPEAKERS repeatedly. See page 18 for
details.
■
Connect speaker cables to each speaker
■
Connecting to the FRONT A terminals
2
1
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
3
1
Loosen the knob.
2
Insert the bare end of the speaker wire into
the slit on the terminal.
3
Tighten the knob to secure the wire.
Connecting the banana plug (except Europe,
Russia, Korea, and Asia models)
The banana plug is a single-pole electrical connector
widely used to terminate speaker cables. First, tighten the
knob and then insert the banana plug connector into the
end of the corresponding terminal.
Banana plug
Cables are colored or shaped differently, perhaps with a
stripe, groove or ridge. Connect the striped (grooved, etc.)
cable to the “+” (red) terminals of your speaker. Connect
the plain cable to the “–” (black) terminals.
■
Before connecting to the SPEAKERS
terminal
A speaker cord is actually a pair of insulated cables
running side by side. Cables are colored or shaped
differently, perhaps with a stripe, groove or ridges.
Connect the striped (grooved, etc.) cable to the “+” (red)
terminals of this unit and your speaker. Connect the plain
cable to the “–” (black) terminals.
Remove approximately 10 mm (3/8”) of insulation
from the end of each speaker cable and then
twist the bare wires of the cable together to
prevent short circuits.
10 mm (3/8”)
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■
Connecting to the FRONT B, CENTER, and
SURROUND terminals
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
1
Press down the tab.
2
Insert the bare end of the speaker wire into
the hole on the terminal.
3
Release the tab to secure the wire.
Connections
VIDEO jacks
For conventional composite video signals transmitted via
composite video cables.
Connecting video components
Audio jacks and cable plugs
AUDIO
R
L
DIGITAL AUDIO
DIGITAL AUDIO
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO jacks
For component signals, separated into the luminance (Y)
and chrominance (PB, PR) video signals transmitted on
separate wires of component video cables.
Video signal flow for MONITOR OUT
Input
(Red)
R
L
PR
PR
COMPONENT
PB
VIDEO
Y
(Orange)
PREPARATION
(White)
Output
(MONITOR OUT)
PB
Y
O
C
VIDEO
Coaxial
digital audio
cable plug
Optical
digital
audio cable
plug
AUDIO jacks
For conventional analog audio signals transmitted via left
and right analog audio cables. Connect red plugs to the
right jacks and white plugs to the left jacks.
OPTICAL jacks
For digital audio signals transmitted via optical digital
audio cables.
Video jacks and cable plugs
You can play back pictures by connecting your video
monitor and video source component to this unit using
HDMI connections.
At that time, audio/video signals output from the
connected component (such as DVD player etc.) are
output to the connected video monitor only when this unit
is turned on and set to the input source (DVD or DTV/
CBL).
Furthermore, available audio/video signals depend on the
specification of the connected video monitor. Refer to the
instruction manual of each connected component.
■
HDMI jack and cable plug
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Notes
• You can use the digital jacks to input PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS
bitstreams. All digital input jacks are compatible with digital signals with
up to 96 kHz of sampling frequency.
• This unit handles digital and analog signals independently. Thus audio
signals input at the digital jacks are not output at the analog AUDIO OUT
(REC) jack.
Audio signals input at the HDMI jack are not output
from any speaker terminals but output from the
connected video monitor. To enjoy the sound from
speakers connected to this unit,
– make an analog or digital connection besides the
HDMI connection (see page 13).
– mute the volume of the connected video monitor.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
COAXIAL jack
For digital audio signals transmitted via coaxial digital
audio cable.
Information on HDMI™
BASIC
OPERATION
Left and right
analog audio
cable plugs
INTRODUCTION
Information on jacks and cable plugs
HDMI
VIDEO
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
HDMI cable plug
(Green)
(Blue)
(Red)
V
Y
PB
PR
• We recommend using an HDMI cable shorter than 5 meters (16 feet)
with the HDMI logo printed on it.
• Use a conversion cable (HDMI jack ↔ DVI-D jack) to connect this unit
to other DVI components.
APPENDIX
y
(Yellow)
Using the AUDIO OUT REC jack
You can record the audio signal output at the AUDIO
OUT (REC) jack by using the recording components.
Component
video cable
plugs
Note
• Check the copyright laws in your country to record from CDs, radio, etc.
Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws.
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English
Composite
video cable
plug
Connections
Connecting a TV monitor or projector
Make sure that this unit and other
components are unplugged from the
AC wall outlets.
Note
• If you turn off the video monitor connected to the HDMI OUT jack via a DVI connection, the connection may fail. In this case, the HDMI indicator
flashes irregularly.
TV
(or projector)
Component
video in
Video
in
HDMI
in
Y
PB
Audio
out
PR
V
R
L
SPE
ANTENNA
OUT
DOCK
DVD
DVD
SURROUND
R
L
DTV/CBL
CE
HDMI
COMPONENT VIDEO
MONITOR
DTV/CBL
DVR
OUT
AM
PR
GND
VIDEO
DIGITAL INPUT
PB
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
IN
MONITOR
OUT
OUT
FM
75
UNBAL.
OPTICAL
Y
CD 3
MULTI CH INPUT
FRONT
DTV/
CBL 2
SURROUND
DVD
CENTER
L
DTV/CBL
DVR
IN
L
AUDIO
OUT
CD
IN
MD/ OUT
(PLAY) CD-R (REC)
OUTPUT
SUB
WOOFER
DVD 1
R
R
COAXIAL
SUBWOOFER
Recommended connections
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Alternative connections
Connections
Connecting other components
This unit has three types of audio jacks, two types of video jacks and HDMI jacks. You can choose the connection
method depending on the component to be connected.
■
Connecting example (connecting a DVD player)
DVD
SU
R
DTV/CBL
HDMI
DOCK
DVD
PREPARATION
ANTENNA
OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
DTV/CBL
DVR
MONITOR
OUT
AM
PR
GND
VIDEO
DIGITAL INPUT
PB
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
MONITOR
OUT
OUT
IN
FM
75
UNBAL.
OPTICAL
Y
CD 3
MULTI CH INPUT
FRONT
DTV/
CBL 2
SURROUND
DVD
CENTER
L
DTV/CBL
AUDIO
DVR
IN
CD
IN
MD/ OUT
(PLAY) CD-R (REC)
OUT
OUTPUT
SUB
WOOFER
L
BASIC
OPERATION
DVD 1
R
R
COAXIAL
SUBWOOFER
L
R
V
Video out
PR
Audio out
PB
Component out
Y
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Coaxial out
HDMI out
C
Recommended connections
Alternative connections
Component
Video
Audio
Set-top box
Video
Jacks on this unit
HDMI out*
HDMI (DVD)*
Component out
COMPONENT VIDEO (DVD)
Video out (composite)
VIDEO (DVD)
Optical out*
COAXIAL (DVD)*
Audio out (analog)
AUDIO (DVD)
HDMI out*
HDMI (DTV/CBL)*
Component out
COMPONENT VIDEO (DTV/CBL)
Video out (composite)
VIDEO (DTV/CBL)
Optical out*
OPTICAL (DTV/CBL)*
Analog out (analog)
AUDIO (DTV/CBL)
English
Audio
Jacks on component
APPENDIX
DVD player or Blu-ray
Disc
Signal type
• You can also use the VIDEO AUX jacks (see page 15) on the front panel
to connect an additional component.
• To confirm the positions of “jacks on this unit” in the following table,
refer to “Rear panel” in “Functional overview” on page 6.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
■ Jacks used for audio and video connections
Recommended connections are indicated by (*). When connecting a recording component, you need to make additional
connections for recording (signal transmission from this unit to the recording component).
y
Make sure that this unit and other
components are unplugged from the
AC wall outlets.
INTRODUCTION
Connecting audio and video components
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Connections
Component
Signal type
DVD recorder
Jacks on component
Video
CD player
MD or CD recorder
Jacks on this unit
HDMI out*
HDMI (DVR)*
Video out (composite)
VIDEO (DVR IN)
Audio
Audio out (analog)*
AUDIO (IN (PLAY))*
Audio recording
Audio in (analog)*
AUDIO (OUT (REC))*
Video recording
Video in (composite)*
VIDEO (DVR OUT)*
Audio
Coaxial out*
OPTICAL (CD)*
Audio
Audio out (analog)
AUDIO (CD)
Audio
Audio out (analog)*
AUDIO (IN (PLAY))*
Audio recording
Audio in (analog)*
AUDIO (OUT (REC))*
Notes
• Be sure to make the same type of video connections as those made for your TV if the video conversion is disabled. For example, if you connected your
TV to the VIDEO MONITOR OUT jack of this unit, connect other components to the VIDEO jacks.
• Check the copyright laws in your country to record from CDs, radio, etc. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws.
• To make a digital connection to a component other than the default one assigned to each DIGITAL INPUT or DIGITAL OUTPUT jack, configure the
“INPUT ASSIGN” setting (see page 34).
• Only analog audio signals output at AUDIO OUT (REC) jack can be recorded using the recording components. Therefore Digital signals input at the
DIGITAL INPUT jacks or analog signals input at MULTI CH INPUT jacks can be output at the analog AUDIO OUT (REC) jack for recording.
Connecting a multi-format player or an
external decoder
This unit is equipped with 6 additional input jacks
(FRONT L/R, SURROUND L/R, CENTER and
SUBWOOFER) for discrete multi-channel input from a
multi-format player, external decoder or sound processor.
Connect the output jacks on your multi-format player or
external decoder to the MULTI CH INPUT jacks. Be sure
to match the left and right output jacks to the left and right
input jacks for the front and surround channels.
CD 3
MULTI CH INPUT
FRONT
DTV/
CBL 2
SURROUND
DVD
CENTER
L
DTV/CBL
DVR
IN
L
DVD 1
R
R
COAXIAL
SUBWOOFER
Notes
• When you select the component connected to the MULTI CH INPUT
jacks as the input source (see page 34), this unit automatically turns off
the digital sound field processor, and you cannot select sound field
programs.
• This unit does not redirect signals input at the MULTI CH INPUT jacks
to accommodate for missing speakers. We recommend that you connect a
5.1-channel speaker system before using this feature.
• The source connected to the MULTI CH INPUT jacks on this unit cannot
be recorded.
Connecting a Yamaha iPod universal dock
or Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver
This unit is equipped with the DOCK terminal on the rear
panel that allows you to connect a Yamaha iPod universal
dock (such as YDS-11, sold separately) or Bluetooth
Wireless Audio Receiver (such as YBA-10, sold
separately).
DOCK
R
Multi-format player or
external decoder
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OPTICAL
Center out
Subwoofer out
L
Surround out
R
Front out
L
DIGITAL INPUT
COAXIAL
Yamaha iPod universal dock
or Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver
CD
3
DTV/
CBL
2
DVD
1
Connections
Using the VIDEO AUX jacks on the
front panel
Connecting the wire of the AM loop antenna
Insert
Close the
lever
INTRODUCTION
Open the
lever
Use the VIDEO AUX jacks on the front panel to connect a
game console or a video camera to this unit. To reproduce
the source signals input at these jacks, select “V-AUX” as
the input source.
Caution
Be sure to turn down the volume of this unit and other
components before making connections.
Assembling the supplied AM loop antenna
PREPARATION
Notes
• The audio signals input at the DOCK terminal on the rear panel take
priority over the ones input at the VIDEO AUX jacks.
• The audio signals input at the PORTABLE mini jack take priority over
the ones input at the AUDIO L/R jacks.
Connecting the FM and AM antennas
Note
• The types of the supplied AM loop antenna is different depending on the
models.
Connecting the power cable
Notes
Outdoor AM antenna
Once all connections are complete, plug the power cable
into the AC wall outlet.
Power cable
AM loop
antenna
(supplied)
Use a 5 to 10 m (16 to 32 ft)
of vinyl-covered wire
extended outdoors from a
window.
L
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
ANTENNA
To the AC wall outlet
DEO
N
DVR OUT
Indoor FM
antenna
(supplied)
MONITOR
OUT
AM
GND
FM
R SURRO
75
UNBAL.
AUDIO
DVR OUT
OUTP
CD
IN
MD/ OUT
(PLAY) CD-R (REC)
S
Ground
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.
Turning on and off the power
Turning on this unit
Press ASTANDBY/ON (or dPOWER) to turn on
this unit.
y
• When you turn on this unit, there will be a 4 to 5-second delay before this
unit can reproduce sound.
APPENDIX
N
ADVANCED
OPERATION
• The AM loop antenna should be placed away from this unit.
• A properly installed outdoor antenna provides clearer reception than an
indoor one. If you experience poor reception quality, install an outdoor
antenna. Consult the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center
about outdoor antennas.
• The AM loop antenna should always be connected, even if an outdoor
AM antenna is connected to this unit.
BASIC
OPERATION
Both FM and AM indoor antennas are supplied with this
unit. In general, these antennas should provide sufficient
signal strength. Connect each antenna correctly to the
designated terminals.
Set this unit to the standby mode
Note
• In the standby mode, this unit consumes a small amount of power in
order to receive infrared signals from the remote control.
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English
Press ASTANDBY/ON (or cSTANDBY) to turn
off this unit.
Basic setup
The “BASIC SETUP” feature is a useful way to set up
your system quickly and with minimal effort.
Choice
Notes
• Make sure that you disconnect your headphones from this unit.
• If you wish to configure this unit manually using more precise
adjustments, use the detailed parameters in “SOUND MENU” (see
page 32).
• Altering any parameters in “BASIC SETUP” resets all parameters
manually adjusted in “SOUND MENU” (see page 32).
• Initial settings are indicated by (*) in the following each parameters.
• Press nRETURN on the remote control to return to the previous menu
level.
1
Press hAMP on the remote control.
2
Press kMENU.
“BASIC SETUP” appears on the front panel display.
3
Press lENTER to enter “BASIC SETUP.”
“ROOM: S M L” appears on the front panel display.
4
S
5
16 x 13 ft, 200 ft2 (4.8 x 4.0 m, 20 m2)
M*
20 x 16 ft, 300 ft2 (6.3 x 5.0 m, 30 m2)
L
26 x 19 ft, 450 ft2 (7.9 x 5.8 m, 45 m2)
When you have a subwoofer in your system.
NONE
When you do not have a subwoofer in your
system.
Press ln to select “SPEAKERS” and then
ll / h to select the number of speakers
connected to this unit.
“SPEAKERS” and the current setting appear on the
front panel display.
3spk
4spk
5spk*
7
8
Display
L
R
• Check the speaker connections (see page 9) and adjust the
“SPEAKERS” settings back in step 6, if necessary.
• The indicator of the speaker currently outputting the test tone
flashes on the front panel display.
9
Press ll / h to select the desired settings.
Choice
L
C R
L
SL
R
SR
L C R
SL
SR
Function
YES*
Completes the setup procedure if the test tone
levels from each speaker were satisfactory.
NO
Proceeds to the speaker level adjustment menu
to balance the output level of each speaker.
10
Press lENTER to confirm your selection.
• If you selected “YES” in step 9, the setup
procedure is completed and then display returns to
the top set menu display. Press kMENU to exit
from “BASIC SETUP.”
• If you selected “NO” in step 9, the front speaker
level adjustment display appears on the front panel
display.
11
Press lk / n to select a speaker and then
ll / h to adjust the balance.
The selected speaker and the front left speaker (or the
surround left speaker) output a test tone in turn.
• Press lh to increase the value.
• Press ll to decrease the value.
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The balance between speakers you can
adjust in each item is defined as follows.
Speakers
Choice
Adjusted balance between speakers
Front L/R
FR
the front left and right speakers
Front L/R Center
C
the front left and center speakers
Front L/R, Surround L/R
SL
the front left and surround left speakers
SR
the surround left and surround right speakers
SWFR
the front left speaker and the subwoofer
Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R
Press ln to select “SET” and then ll / h
to select the desired settings.
“SET” and “CANCEL” appear on the front panel
display.
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Press lENTER to confirm your selection.
If you selected “SET” in step 7, each speaker outputs
a test tone twice in turn. “CHECK:TestTone” appears
on the front panel display for a few seconds and then
“CHECK OK?” appears on the front panel display.
y
Condition
YES*
Choice
Cancels the setup procedure without making
any changes.
• You can also press kMENU to cancel the setup procedure.
Press ln to select “SUBWOOFER” and then
ll / h to select the desired setting.
“SUBWOOFER” and the current setting appear on
the front panel display.
2spk
CANCEL*
Approximate Size of the room
Choice
6
Applies the settings you made.
y
Press ll / h to select the desired setting.
Select the size of the room where you have installed
your speakers. The room sizes are defined as follows:
Choice
Function
SET
Note
• The available speaker channels differ depending on the setting of the
speakers.
12
Press kMENU to exit from “BASIC SETUP.”
BASIC OPERATION
Playback
5
Rotate PVOLUME (or press mVOLUME +/–)
to adjust the volume to the desired output
level.
PREPARATION
Basic procedure
1
3
Turn on external components (TV, DVD
player, etc.) connected to this unit.
Press CSPEAKERS repeatedly to select the
front speakers you want to use.
The respective speaker indicators lights up on the
front panel display.
• See page 19 to adjust the level of each speaker.
• This does not affect the AUDIO OUT (REC) level.
• You can set the initial volume level and maximum volume level
(see page 34).
6
Press LPROGRAM l / h (or press hAMP
and then qPROG l / h) repeatedly to select
the desired sound field program.
The name of the selected sound field program appears
on the front panel display.
See page 21 for details about sound field programs.
Movie Dramatic
Available input source
DVR
V-AUX
DTV/CBL
DVD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
CD
Currently selected input source
4
Start playback on the selected component or
select a broadcast station.
Notes
• Refer to the operating instructions for the source component.
• See page 27 for details about FM or AM tuning instructions.
Notes
• Choose a sound field program based on your listening preference, not
merely on the name of the program.
• When you select an input source, this unit automatically selects the last
sound field program used with the corresponding input source.
• Sound field programs cannot be selected when the component connected
to the MULTI CH INPUT jacks is selected as the input source (see
page 18).
• When PCM signals with a sampling frequency higher than 48 kHz are
input, this unit is automatically set to the “STRAIGHT” mode (see
page 26).
• To display information about the currently selected input source on the
front panel display, see page 20 for details.
• To adjust the level of each speaker, see page 19.
APPENDIX
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Currently selected surround field program
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
INPUT:DVD
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Press NINPUT l / h repeatedly (or press
one of the input selector buttons (f)) to
select the desired input source.
The name of the currently selected input source
appears on the front panel display for a few seconds.
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BASIC
OPERATION
2
INTRODUCTION
Caution
Extreme caution should be exercised when you play
back CDs encoded in DTS. If you play back a CD
encoded in DTS on a DTS-incompatible CD player,
you will only hear some unwanted noise that may
damage your speakers. Check whether your CD player
supports CDs encoded in DTS. Also, check the sound
output level of your CD player before you play back a
CD encoded in DTS.
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Playback
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Guide to contents
When you want...
See page
Adjust the tonal quality of the front
speakers
19
Edit parameters of sound field
programs
26
Enjoy the sources which have wide
dynamic range at night
19
Use headphones
19
Select a decoder to play back
sources with
26
Set this unit to the standby mode
automatically
20
Using input setting features
Use the following features to select input jack or input
source.
Selecting the front speaker set
Press CSPEAKERS repeatedly change the
active front speaker set that is connected to the
FRONT A or FRONT B speaker terminals or turn
off the front speakers.
The active front speaker set changes as follows:
FRONT A
Press NINPUT l / h repeatedly (or press
hAMP and then press vMULTI CH IN) to
select “MULTI CH.”
“MULTI CH” appears on the front panel display.
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Additional operations
■
Selecting the component connected to the
MULTI CH INPUT jacks as the input source
Use this feature to select the component connected to the
MULTI CH INPUT jacks (see page 14) as the input
source.
FRONT B
• You can configure the multi channel input settings in “MULTI CH” (see
page 14).
Notes
• Sound field programs, or the night listening mode, etc. cannot be selected
when “MULTI CH” is selected as the input source.
• When headphones are used, signals are output only from the front left
and right channels.
■ Selecting audio input jacks (AUDIO SELECT)
Use this feature (audio input jack select) to switch the
input jack assigned to an input source when two or more
jacks are assigned to an input source.
y
• We recommend that you set the audio input jack select to “AUTO” in
most cases.
• You can adjust the default audio input jack select of this unit by using
“AUDIO SELECT” in “OPTION MENU” (see page 36).
1
Press NINPUT l / h repeatedly (or press
one of the input selector buttons (f)) to
select the desired input source.
2
Press hAMP and then wAUDIO SEL
repeatedly to select the desired Audio input
jack select setting.
DVR
OFF
V-AUX
DTV/CBL
DVD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
CD
A.SEL:AUTO
Note
Audio input jack select setting
• Turn off the volume level of this unit before you switch the front speaker
setting.
■ Using the Zone B feature
When you set “FRONT B” to “ZONE B” (see page 32),
you can use the speakers connected to FRONT B speaker
terminals in another room (Zone B).
Press CSPEAKERS on the front panel
repeatedly to turn on or off the Zone B speakers.
When you activate the Zone B speakers, all the speakers in
the main room are muted.
Notes
• You cannot activate both the main room and Zone B speakers
simultaneously.
• If you select CINEMA DSP sound field program and activate the Zone B
speakers, Virtual CINEMA DSP is activated automatically (see page 26).
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Choice
Function
AUTO
Automatically selects input signals in
the following order:
(1) Digital signals
(2) Analog signals
ANALOG
Selects only analog signals. If no
analog signals are input, no sound is
output.
y
• You can configure the audio input jack select setting in “AUDIO
SELECT.”
Note
• This feature is not available if no digital input jack is assigned to
the selected input source in “INPUT ASSIGN” (see page 34).
Playback
y
Using audio features
• Once you press jBAND LEVEL TITLE on the remote
control, you can also select the speaker by pressing lk / n.
• The available speaker channels differ depending on the speaker
settings.
■
2
Muting the audio output
Press eMUTE on the remote control to mute the
audio output. Press eMUTE again to resume
the audio output.
y
■ Adjusting the tonal quality
Use this feature to adjust the balance of bass and treble for
the front left and right speaker channels.
Function
BASS
Adjusts the low-frequency response.
TREBLE
Adjusts the high-frequency response.
■
Connect a pair of headphones with a stereo
analog audio cable plug to the PHONES jack on
the front panel.
y
• When you select a sound field program, SILENT CINEMA mode is
automatically activated (see page 26).
Notes
• When you connect headphones, no signals are output at the speaker
terminals.
• All Dolby Digital and DTS audio signals are mixed down to the left and
right headphone channels.
■ Selecting the night listening mode
The night listening modes are designed to improve
listenability at lower volumes or at night.
1
Notes
Choice
■ Adjusting the speaker level
You can adjust the output level of each speaker while
listening to a music source. This is also possible when
playing sources input at the MULTI CH INPUT jacks.
Note
• This operation will override the level adjustment made in “SP LEVEL”
(see page 33).
Choice
Description
Front left speaker
FRONT R
Front right speaker
CENTER
Center speaker
SWFR
Subwoofer
SUR.L
Surround left speaker
SUR.R
Surround right speaker
NIGHT:CINEMA
Narrows the dynamic range of film
soundtracks and makes dialog easier to
hear at lower volumes.
NIGHT:MUSIC
Preserves ease-of-listening for all
sounds.
NIGHT OFF
Disables this feature.
y
• When a night listening mode is selected, the NIGHT indicator
lights up on the front panel display.
2
Press ll / h to adjust the effect level while
“NIGHT:CINEMA” or “NIGHT:MUSIC” is
displayed on the front panel display.
Each choice is defined as follows.
Choice
Function
MIN
Slightly lowers the effect level.
MID*
Moderately lowers the effect level.
MAX
Considerably lowers the effect level.
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English
FRONT L
Function
APPENDIX
Press hAMP and then press jBAND
LEVEL TITLE repeatedly to select the
speaker you want to adjust.
Press ONIGHT (or press hAMP and then
uNIGHT) repeatedly to select
“NIGHT:CINEMA” or “NIGHT:MUSIC.”
Each choice is defined as follows.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• Speaker and headphone adjustments are stored independently.
• If you increase or decrease the high-frequency or low-frequency sound to
an extreme level, the tonal quality of the surround speakers may not
match that of the front left and right speakers.
• This does not affect recorded material.
1
Using your headphones
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Choice
Use the following features to utilize various useful
functions equipped on this unit.
BASIC
OPERATION
Press KTONE CONTROL repeatedly to select
“BASS” or “TREBLE” and then press
LPROGRAM l / h to adjust the corresponding
frequency response level.
Control range: –10 to +10 dB
Each choice is defined as follows.
Using optional features
PREPARATION
• You can also rotate PVOLUME (or press mVOLUME +/–) to
resume the audio output.
• You can configure the muting level by using “MUTE TYP.” in “SOUND
MENU” (see page 34).
• The MUTE indicator flashes on the front panel display when the audio
output is muted and disappears from the front panel display when the
audio output is resumed.
Press ll / h on the remote control (or
press FPRESET/TUNING l / h) to adjust
the speaker output level.
Control range: –10.0 dB to +10.0 dB
INTRODUCTION
Use the following features to adjust the audio output or
speaker level.
Playback
y
• “NIGHT:CINEMA” and “NIGHT:MUSIC” adjustments are stored
independently.
Notes
• You cannot use the night listening modes in the following cases:
– when the component connected to the MULTI CH INPUT jacks is
selected as the input source.
– when headphones are connected to the PHONES jack.
– when the sampling frequency of the input sources are higher than 48
kHz.
• The effect of night listening modes may vary depending on the input
source and surround sound settings you use.
■ Using the sleep timer
Use this feature to automatically set this unit to the
standby mode after a certain amount of time. The sleep
timer is useful when you are going to sleep while this unit
is playing or recording from a source.
Press hAMP and then press xSLEEP
repeatedly to set the amount of time.
The sleep timer setting changes as follows.
SLEEP 120min
■
Displaying the input source information
(SIGNAL INFO)
You can display the format, sampling frequency, channel,
bit rate and flag data of the current input signal.
1
Press hAMP and then press kMENU on
the remote control.
“BASIC SETUP” appears on the front panel display.
;BASIC SETUP
2
Press lk / n repeatedly to select “SIGNAL
INFO” and then press lENTER.
3
Press lk / n to switch the displayed
information.
The following information about the input source
appears on the front panel display.
Choice
4
Description
FORMAT
Signal format.
SAMPLING
The number of samples per second
taken from a continuous signal to
make discrete signals.
CHANNEL
The number of source channels in the
input signal (front/surround/LFE).
BITRATE
The number of bits passing a given
point per second.
FLAG
Flag data encoded in DTS, Dolby
Digital, or PCM signals that cue this
unit to automatically switch decoders.
SLEEP OFF
SLEEP 90min
SLEEP 30min
SLEEP 60min
Once the sleep timer is set, the SLEEP indicator lights up
on the front panel display, and the display returns to the
selected sound field program.
To cancel the sleep timer
Press xSLEEP on the remote control repeatedly to
select “SLEEP OFF.”
y
• If you set the main zone to the standby mode, the sleep timer is
automatically canceled.
■ Playing video sources in the background
You can combine a video image from a video source with
sound from an audio source. For example, you can enjoy
listening to classical music while viewing beautiful
scenery from the video source on the video monitor.
Press the input selector buttons (f) on the
remote control to select a video source and then
an audio source.
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
Audio sources
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
Video sources
V-AUX/DOCK
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
Video sources
V-AUX/DOCK
Press kMENU on the remote control again
to exit from “SET MENU.”
MULTI CH IN
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Audio sources
Selecting the SCENE templates
This unit is equipped with 13 preset SCENE templates for
various situations. The following SCENE templates are
assigned to respective SCENE buttons in the default
settings.
SCENE 1
If you want to use other SCENE templates, you can select
the desired SCENE templates from the SCENE template
library and assign the templates to the selected SCENE
buttons on the front panel and the remote control.
Select the desired SCENE template
The name of the SCENE template and
its description
1
DVD Viewing
– input source: DVD
– sound field program: STRAIGHT
For when you want to enjoy a DVD
playback.
SCENE 4
Radio Listening *2, *3, *4
– input source: TUNER
– sound field program: Music Enh. 5ch
For when you want to listen to a music
program from the FM radio station.
Press and hold the desired JSCENE (or
iSCENE) button for 3 seconds.
The MEMORY indicator on the front panel starts to
flash, and the name of currently assigned SCENE
template appears on the front panel display.
DVD Viewing
2
Press NINPUT l / h (or press hAMP and
then ll / h) to select the desired template.
*1 You must connect a cable TV or a satellite tuner to this unit in advance.
See page 13 for details.
*2 You need to connect the supplied FM and AM antennas to this unit in
advance. See page 15 for details.
*3 You have to tune into the desired radio station. See pages 27 to 28 for
the tuning information.
*4 To achieve the best possible reception, orient the connected AM loop
antenna, or adjust the position of the end of the indoor FM antenna.
3
Press the JSCENE (or iSCENE) button
again to confirm the selection.
The MEMORY indicator stops flashing and the select
SCENE template is assigned to the button.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DVD Movie View
Notes
ADVANCED
OPERATION
SCENE 3
TV Viewing *1
– input source: DTV/CBL
– sound field program: STRAIGHT
For when you want to watch a TV program.
1
BASIC
OPERATION
SCENE 2
Disc Listening
– input source: DVD
– sound field program: 5ch Stereo
For when you want to listen to a music disc
from the connected DVD player as the
background music for this room.
SCENE template library
(Image)
Assign the
SCENE template
to the SCENE
button
PREPARATION
Default SCENE
button
Selecting the desired SCENE template
INTRODUCTION
Just by pressing one SCENE button, you can recall your
favorite input source and sound field program according to
the SCENE template that has been assigned to the SCENE
button. The SCENE templates are built combinations of
input sources and sound field programs.
y
• To cancel the procedure, press hAMP and then nRETURN.
Note
APPENDIX
• Once the desired SCENE templates are assigned to the corresponding
SCENE buttons, you may need to set the input source of the SCENE
template on the remote control. See page 24 for details.
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Selecting the SCENE templates
Which SCENE template would you like to select?
The following tables indicate preset SCENE template descriptions. Select the corresponding SCENE templates for the
desired source. The illustrations of the SCENE button in the following table indicate that the SCENE templates in those
cells are assigned to the SCENE buttons, respectively.
You can also create your original SCENE templates by editing the preset SCENE templates. See page 23 for details.
■
Video sources (DVD video, Recorded video)
SCENE template
1
■
Input source
Playback mode
DVD Viewing
DVD
STRAIGHT
Select this SCENE template when you play back
general contents on your DVD player.
DVD Movie Viewing
DVD
Movie Dramatic
Select this SCENE template when you play back
movies on your DVD player.
DVD Live Viewing
DVD
Pop/Rock
DVR Viewing
DVR
Movie Dramatic
2
Playback mode
Features
Music Disc Listening
DVD
2ch Stereo
Select this SCENE template when you play back
music discs on your DVD player.
Disc Listening
DVD
5ch Stereo
Select this SCENE template when you play back
music sources as the back ground music on your
DVD player.
CD Listening
CD
5ch Stereo
Select this SCENE template when you play back
music source as the back ground music on your CD
player.
CD Music Listening
CD
2ch Stereo
Select this SCENE template when you play back
music discs on your CD player.
Input source
Playback mode
Features
Music Enh. 5ch
Select this SCENE template when you enjoy FM or
AM radio programs.
Playback mode
Features
Radio programs
4
Radio Listening
TUNER
iPod or Bluetooth component
SCENE template
Dock Listening
■
Select this SCENE template when you play back
movies on your digital video recorder.
Input source
SCENE template
■
Select this SCENE template when you enjoy music
live video on your DVD player.
Music discs (CD, SA-CD or DVD-Audio)
SCENE template
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Features
Input source
DOCK
Music Enh. 5ch
Input source
Playback mode
Select this SCENE template when you play back
music on your iPod stationed in a Yamaha iPod
universal dock or Bluetooth component that is
connected to the Bluetooth receiver.
TV programs
SCENE template
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Features
TV Viewing
DTV/CBL
STRAIGHT
Select this SCENE template when you enjoy TV
programs.
TV Sports Viewing
DTV/CBL
TV Sports
Select this SCENE template when you enjoy sports
programs on TV.
Selecting the SCENE templates
■
Video games
SCENE template
Playback mode
V-AUX
Game
Features
Select this SCENE template when you play video
games.
Note
• When an iPod is connected to the Yamaha iPod universal dock or a Bluetooth component is connected to the Bluetooth receiver, this unit plays back the
audio sources input at the DOCK terminal.
2
You can create your original SCENE templates for each
SCENE button. Refer to the preset 13 SCENE templates
to create the original SCENE templates.
Customizing the preset SCENE templates
Create an original SCENE
template
Press the iSCENE button again to confirm
the edit.
SCENE : DVD Viewing
SCENE : DVD Viewing
INPUT : DVD
1
ADVANCED
OPERATION
3
SCENE template library
(Image)
BASIC
OPERATION
• The input source component
• The active sound field programs or STRAIGHT
mode
• The night listening mode setting (see page 19)
– SYSTEM: Keeps the current night listening
mode.
– CINEMA: Sets the night listening mode to the
CINEMA mode.
– MUSIC: Sets the night listening mode to the
MUSIC mode.
Use this feature to customize the preset SCENE templates.
Select the desired SCENE
template
Press lk / n to select the desired parameter
of the SCENE template and then ll / h to
select the desired value of the selected
parameter.
You can adjust the following parameters for a SCENE
template:
PREPARATION
Creating your original SCENE
templates
INTRODUCTION
Game Playing
Input source
1
1
Press and hold the desired iSCENE button
for 3 seconds and then press hAMP.
The MEMORY indicator on the front panel starts to
flash.
1
AMP
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• An asterisk mark (*) appears by the name of the original SCENE
template.
• To cancel the procedure, press hAMP and then nRETURN.
Notes
• After changing the assignment of the SCENE template to the iSCENE
buttons, you may need to set the input source of the SCENE template on
the remote control. See page 24 for details.
• You can create a customized SCENE template for each iSCENE
button, and if you create another customized SCENE template, this unit
overwrites the old customized SCENE template with the new one.
• The customized SCENE template is only available for the assigned
iSCENE button.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Assign the SCENE
template to the SCENE
button
APPENDIX
3 seconds
Note
• When the SCENE template you want to customize is not assigned
to any of the iSCENE button, press ll / h repeatedly to
recall the desired SCENE template (see page 21).
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Selecting the SCENE templates
Using remote control on the SCENE
feature
Controlling the input source components
in the SCENE mode
You can operate both this unit and the input source
component by using the remote control. You must set the
appropriate remote control code for each input source in
advance (see page 39).
1
Press the desired iSCENE button on the
remote control.
2
Press the desired buttons in the * area below
to control the input source component of the
selected SCENE template.
*
POWER
POWER
STANDBY
POWER
TV
AV
A
B
C
MUTE
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
1
2
TV CH
TV VOL
SCENE
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
3
MENU
4
SCENE buttons
VOLUME
ENTER
RETURN
DISPLAY
REC
l
PROG h
1
2
STRAIGHT
5
ENHANCER SUR. DECODE
3
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
4
NIGHT
6
0
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
Note
• These buttons control the input source component. See page 37 for
details of the function of each button.
Setting input source of the customized
SCENE template on the remote control
If you customize the input source of the selected SCENE
template, you must set the input source of the SCENE
template on the remote control to operate the input source
component correctly.
Press and hold the iSCENE button and the
desired input selector button (f) for 3 seconds.
y
• Press the iSCENE button again to operate the input source
component.
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Sound field programs
Selecting sound field programs
y
• Choose a sound field program based on your listening preference, not
merely on the name of the program itself.
• You can select “Music Enh. 2ch” and “Music Enh. 5ch” by pressing
rENHANCER repeatedly.
Sound field program descriptions
PREPARATION
Press LPROGRAM l / h (or press hAMP and
then press qPROG l / h repeatedly).
The name of the selected sound field program appears on
the front panel display.
Notes
• When you select an input source, this unit automatically selects the last
sound field program used with corresponding input source.
• Sound field programs cannot be selected when the component connected
to the MULTI CH INPUT jacks is selected as the input source (see
page 18).
• When PCM signals with a sampling frequency higher than 48 kHz are
input, this unit is automatically set to the “STRAIGHT” mode (see
page 26).
INTRODUCTION
This unit is equipped with a variety of precise digital
decoders that allow you to enjoy multi-channel playback
from almost any stereo or multi-channel sound source.
This unit is also equipped with a Yamaha digital sound
field processing (DSP) chip containing several sound field
programs which you can use to enhance your playback
experience.
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Category
MOVIE
ENHANCER
CINEMA DSP processing. This program presents an image of pop, rock, or jazz live concert. The
sound field reproduces the spaciousness of a massive pavilion with an emphasis on the vividness of
vocals on the stage and solo instruments and the beats of rhythm instruments.
Hall
CINEMA DSP processing. This sound field is suitable for classic and orchestral music. The
program uses data collected in a large concert hall in Munich. You can enjoy delicate and beautiful
reverberation and a majestic atmosphere.
Jazz
CINEMA DSP processing. The sound field is suitable for jazz and fusion music.
It uses data collected in a famous jazz club in New York. You can enjoy clear reverberation.
Game
CINEMA DSP processing. You can enjoy dynamic and thrilling sound effects as you play games.
The program lets you feel the depth and three-dimensional surrounding sounds of the field where
you are playing, and offers cinema-like surrounding sound effects for the scenes of movies.
TV Sports
CINEMA DSP processing. You can enjoy sports relays broadcast in stereo and variety shows with
a live sound environment. For sports relays, the voices of commentators and announcers come
clearly from the center; the cheers and atmosphere in the stadium spread around within a
comfortable range, and you can feel like as if you are in the stadium.
Movie Spacious
CINEMA DSP processing. The sound field is suitable for movies with an emphasis on spectacular
sound effects, and is a perfect fit with a wide screen. The program reproduces a wide dynamic
range from minimum sound effects to powerful sounds.
Movie Dramatic
CINEMA DSP processing. This sound field is also suitable for movies with an emphasis on threedimensional sound effects. It restrains reverberation to an moderate extent, but reproduces sound
effects and background music in a soft, three-dimensional manner with clarity and center
orientation of voices as pivots.
2ch Stereo
Downmixes multi-channel sources to 2 channel or plays back 2-channel sources as they are.
5ch Stereo
CINEMA DSP processing. Using this program increases the listening position range. This is a
sound field suitable for background music at parties.
Music Enh. 2ch
Music Enh. 5ch
Select these programs to play back compression artifacts (such as the MP3 format) in 2-channel or
5-channel stereo. This program enhances your listening experience by regenerating the missing
harmonics in a compression artifact.
APPENDIX
STEREO
Pop/Rock
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
ENTERTAIN
Features
ADVANCED
OPERATION
MUSIC
Program
BASIC
OPERATION
• Select a sound field program based on your listening preference, not merely on the name of the program, etc.
• The available sound field parameters differ depending on the settings of the speakers.
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Sound field programs
■
Selecting decoders for 2-channel sources
(surround decode mode)
Signals input from 2-channel sources can also be played
back on multi-channels.
Press hAMP and then press sSUR. DECODE
repeatedly to select a decoder.
You can select from the following decoders depending on
the type of source you are playing and your personal
preference.
STANDARD
Function
PRO LOGIC
Dolby Pro Logic processing for any sources
PLII Movie
Dolby Pro Logic II processing for movie
sources
PLII Music
Dolby Pro Logic II processing for music
sources
PLII Game
Dolby Pro Logic II processing for game
sources
■ Editing sound field parameters
Although you can enjoy good quality sound with the
factory default parameters, you can change some of the
parameters to better suit the input source or your listening
room.
1
While listening to a source, press hAMP
and then press lk / n to select desired
parameter.
2
Press ll / h to change the parameter
value.
Note
• You cannot change parameter values when “MEM.GUARD” in
“OPTION MENU” is set to “ON” (see page 35).
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• Initial settings are indicated by (*) in the following each parameter.
For Pop/Rock, Hall, Jazz, Game, TV Sports, Movie
Spacious and Movie Dramatic:
DSP level
DSP LEVEL
Function:
Adjusts the effect level.
Choices:
MIN, MID*, MAX
For PRO LOGIC II Music:
Panorama
PANORAMA
Function:
Sends stereo signals to the surround
speakers as well as the front speakers for a
wraparound effect.
Choices:
OFF*, ON
Dimension
DIMENSION
Function:
Gradually adjusts the sound field either
towards the front or towards the rear.
Control range:
–3 (towards the rear) to +3 (towards the
front), initial setting is STD (standard).
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Center width
CT WIDTH
Function:
Adjusts the center image from all three front
speakers to varying degrees. A larger value
adjusts the center image towards the front
left and right speakers.
Control range:
0 (center channel sound is output only from
center speaker) to 7 (center channel sound is
output only from front left and right
speakers), initial setting is 3.
For Music Enh. 2ch and Music Enh. 5ch
Effect level
Function:
Adjusts the effect level.
Choices:
LOW, HIGH*
■
Using sound field programs without
surround speakers (Virtual CINEMA DSP)
Virtual CINEMA DSP allows you to enjoy the CINEMA
DSP sound field programs without surround speakers.
When you set “SUR. L/R” to “NONE” (see page 33),
Virtual CINEMA DSP is activated automatically
whenever you select a CINEMA DSP sound field program
(see page 25).
■
Enjoying multi-channel sources and sound
field programs with headphones (SILENT
CINEMA)
SILENT CINEMA allows you to enjoy multi-channel
music or movie sound through ordinary headphones.
SILENT CINEMA is activated automatically whenever
you connect headphones to the PHONES jack while
listening to CINEMA DSP sound field programs (see
page 25).
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• When it is activated, the SILENT CINEMA indicator lights up on the
front panel display.
■
Enjoying unprocessed input sources
(Straight decoding mode)
When this unit is in the “STRAIGHT” mode, 2-channel
stereo sources are output from only the front left and right
speakers. Multi-channel sources are decoded straight into
the appropriate channels without any additional effect
processing.
Press MSTRAIGHT (or press hAMP and then
tSTRAIGHT) to select “STRAIGHT.”
“STRAIGHT” appears on the front panel display.
To deactivate the “STRAIGHT” mode
Press MSTRAIGHT (or tSTRAIGHT) again so that
“STRAIGHT” disappears from the front panel display.
FM/AM tuning
4
Overview
■ Frequency tuning mode
You can search or specify the frequency of the desired
FM/AM station automatically or manually (see “FM/AM
tuning operations” on this page).
Lights up
AUTO TUNED
A
• To tune into a higher frequency, press
FPRESET/TUNING h.
• To tune into a lower frequency, press FPRESET/
TUNING l.
Note
• Orient the connected AM loop antenna, or adjust the position of the end
of the indoor FM antenna for the best reception.
FM/AM tuning operations
Note
Press NINPUT l / h repeatedly so that
“TUNER” is displayed on the front panel
display.
3
To search the station automatically, press
ITUNING AUTO/MAN’L so that the AUTO
indicator lights up on the front panel display.
To search the station manually, press
ITUNING AUTO/MAN’L again so that the
AUTO indicator disappears from the front
panel display.
Use this feature to store up to 40 stations (A1 to E8: 8
preset station numbers in each of 5 preset station groups).
Preset the desired stations to this unit by using the
automatic or manual station preset.
Automatic station preset
You can use the automatic preset tuning feature to store up
to 40 FM stations with strong signals in order.
Press NINPUT l / h repeatedly so that
“TUNER” is displayed on the front panel
display.
2
Press GBAND to select “FM” as the
reception band.
3
Press and hold HMEMORY for more than 3
seconds.
The preset station number as well as the MEMORY
and AUTO indicators flashes. After approximately 5
seconds, automatic presetting status from the current
frequency and proceeds toward the higher
frequencies.
Lights up during automatic tuning
AUTO
A
AM 1440 kHz
No colon (:)
If a colon (:) appears on the front panel display,
automatic/manual tuning is not possible. Press
DEDIT PRESET/TUNING to turn the colon (:)
off.
Flashes
AUTO
APPENDIX
1
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Press GBAND to select the reception band
(FM or AM).
Preset FM/AM stations
ADVANCED
OPERATION
2
• If the signal from the station you want to select is weak, tune into it
manually.
BASIC
OPERATION
1
AM 1530 kHz
PREPARATION
■ Preset tuning mode
You can preset the desired FM/AM station in advance, and
then recall the station by specifying the preset group and
number (see “Selecting preset stations” on page 28).
INTRODUCTION
You can use two tuning modes to tune into a desired FM/
AM station:
To begin automatic tuning, press
FPRESET/TUNING l / h once. To tune
into the desired station manually, press
FPRESET/TUNING l / h repeatedly.
When this unit is tuned into a station, the TUNED
indicator lights up and the frequency of the received
station is shown on the front panel display.
MEMORY
A1:FM 87.5 MHz
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When automatic preset tuning is completed, the front
panel display shows the frequency of the last preset
station.
FM/AM tuning
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• You can select the preset station group and the preset station number
where the first received station will be stored by pressing EA/B/C/D/E
and then FPRESET/TUNING l / h.
1
Press EA/B/C/D/E (or ll / h) repeatedly to
select the desired preset station group (A to
E).
The preset station group letter appears on the front
panel display and changes each time you press the
button.
2
Press FPRESET/TUNING l / h (or lk /
n) to select the desired preset station
number (1 to 8).
The preset station group and number, along with
station band and frequency, appear on the front panel
display.
Notes
• Any stored station data existing under a preset station number is cleared
when you store a new station under the same preset station number.
• Only FM stations with sufficient signal strength are stored automatically
by automatic preset tuning. If the station you want to store is weak in
signal strength, tune it manually and store it as described in “Manual
station preset” on this page.
Manual station preset
Use this feature to store the FM or AM stations manually.
1
Tune into a station.
See page 27 for using instructions.
2
Press HMEMORY.
The MEMORY indicator flashes on the front panel
display for approximately 30 seconds.
3
Press EA/B/C/D/E and FPRESET/TUNING
l / h repeatedly to select a preset station
group and number (A1 to E8) while the
MEMORY indicator is flashing.
Check that the colon (:) appears on the front panel
display.
• To select a higher preset station group and number,
press FPRESET/TUNING h.
• To select a lower preset station group and number,
press FPRESET/TUNING l.
Flashes
TUNED
C3 : AM
E1 : FM 87.5 MHz
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• You can select the desired preset station number (1 to 8) directly by
pressing the numeric buttons (y).
Exchanging preset stations
You can exchange the assignments of two preset stations
between the two. The example below describes the
procedure to exchange preset station “E1” and “A5.”
1
Select preset station “E1” using EA/B/C/D/E
and FPRESET/TUNING l / h.
See “Selecting preset stations” on this page.
2
Press and hold DEDIT PRESET/TUNING
for more than 3 seconds.
“E1” and the MEMORY indicator flash on the front
panel display.
MEMORY
630 kHz
Flashes
Preset station group and number
MEMORY
4
Press HMEMORY while the MEMORY
indicator is flashing.
The station band and frequency appear on the front
panel display with the preset station group and
number you have selected.
E1 : FM 87.5 MHz
Flashes
3
TUNED
C3 : AM
630 kHz
Select preset station “A5” using EA/B/C/D/E
and FPRESET/TUNING l / h.
“A5” and the MEMORY indicator flash on the front
panel display.
See “Selecting preset stations” on this page.
The displayed station has been stored as C3.
Flashes
MEMORY
Selecting preset stations
A5 : FM 90.5 MHz
You can tune into any desired station simply by selecting
the preset station group and number under which it is
stored.
When performing this operation with the remote
control, press fTUNER to select “TUNER” as the
input source.
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4
Press DEDIT PRESET/TUNING again.
“EXCHANGE E1-A5” appears on the front panel
display and the assignments of the two preset stations
are exchanged.
Using iPod™
Once you have stationed your iPod in a Yamaha iPod universal dock (such as the YDS-11, sold separately) connected to
the DOCK terminal of this unit (see page 14), you can enjoy playback of your iPod using the supplied remote control.
■ Stationing your iPod to the Yamaha iPod universal dock
Once you station your iPod to the Yamaha iPod universal dock, “iPod connected” and the DOCK indicator appears on the
front panel display when “V-AUX” is selected as the input source.
Control and functions for iPod™
BASIC
OPERATION
V-AUX/DOCK
POWER
POWER
TV
AV
STANDBY
POWER
MUTE
A
B
C
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
DVR
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
1
2
TV CH
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
MENU
TV VOL
SCENE
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
3
MENU
4
VOLUME
ENTER
ENTER
RETURN
DISPLAY
REC
RETURN
l
PROG h
1
2
STRAIGHT
5
3
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
0
Playback control buttons
Navigates the menu of your iPod.
p/e: Play/pause
s: Stop
w / f: Search backward/forward
b / a: Skip backward/forward
DISPLAY
ENHANCER SUR. DECODE
4
NIGHT
6
MENU/Cursor buttons (k / n / l / h) / ENTER
Navigates the menu of your iPod.
• Press kMENU or ll to move to the previous
menu level.
• Press lk / n to move to the upper/lower menu level.
• Press lENTER or lh to move to the subsequent
menu, start playback of the selected menu level, or
change the selected setting.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DTV/CBL
V-AUX/DOCK
Selects “V-AUX” or “DOCK” as the input source.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
DVD
V-AUX/DOCK
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
REC
PREPARATION
■ Battery charge feature
Your iPod battery is automatically charged when your iPod is stationed in a Yamaha iPod universal dock connected to the
DOCK terminal of this unit as long as this unit is turned on.
INTRODUCTION
■ Supported iPod
iPod (Click Wheel, including iPod classic)
iPod nano
iPod mini
iPod touch
Notes
APPENDIX
• Operations can be also done with the controls on your iPod. Refer to the instruction manuals of your iPod for the operations on your iPod.
• Some features may not be compatible depending on the model or the software version of your iPod.
• For a complete list of status messages that appear on the front panel display, see the “iPod” section in “Troubleshooting” on page 44.
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Using Bluetooth™ components
You can connect a Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver (such as YBA-10, sold separately) to the DOCK terminal of this
unit and enjoy the music contents stored in your Bluetooth component (such as a portable music player) without wiring
between this unit and the Bluetooth component. You need to perform “pairing” for the connected Bluetooth receiver and
your Bluetooth component in advance.
Pairing the Bluetooth™ receiver and
your Bluetooth™ component
Pairing must be performed when you use a Bluetooth
component with the Bluetooth receiver connected to this
unit for the first time or if the pairing data has been
deleted. “Pairing” refers to the operation of registering a
Bluetooth component for Bluetooth communications.
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• You need to perform the pairing operation only when you use the
Bluetooth component with the Bluetooth receiver for the first time.
• You need to perform the pairing operations both on this unit and on the
Bluetooth component. If necessary, refer to operating instructions of the
Bluetooth component.
5
Select the Bluetooth receiver in the
Bluetooth device list and then enter the pass
key “0000” to the Bluetooth component.
When the pairing is completed successfully,
“Completed” appears on the front panel display.
Note
• The Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver can be paired with up to eight
other components. When pairing is conducted successfully with a ninth
component and the pairing data is registered, the pairing data for the least
recently used other component is cleared.
Playback of the Bluetooth™
component
There are two pairing methods: pairing by using “START
PAIRING” in “SET MENU” and quick pairing.
1
■ Pairing by using “SET MENU”
Use this feature to perform pairing of this unit and the
video monitor. Select “START PAIRING” in “INPUT
MENU.” See page 36 for details.
Press hAMP and then press NINPUT l /
h repeatedly (or press fV-AUX/DOCK) to
select “V-AUX” as the input source.
2
Start playback of your Bluetooth component.
When the connected Bluetooth receiver detects the
Bluetooth component, “BT connected” and the
DOCK indicator appears on the front panel display.
■
Quick pairing
To ensure security, a time limit of 8 minutes is set for
the pairing operation. You are recommended to read
and fully understand all the instructions before starting.
1
Press hAMP and then press NINPUT l /
h repeatedly (or press fV-AUX/DOCK) to
select “V-AUX” as the input source.
2
Turn on the Bluetooth component you want
to pair with.
3
Press and hold GBAND (or jBAND LEVEL
TITLE) for 3 seconds.
Once the Bluetooth receiver starts pairing,
“Searching...” appears for a moment. While the
Bluetooth receiver is in the pairing mode, DOCK
indicator flashes on the front panel display.
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• To cancel the pairing, press GBAND (or jBAND LEVEL
TITLE) again.
Note
• If the Bluetooth receiver is not connected to the DOCK terminal of
this unit, “No BT adapter” appears on the front panel display.
4
Check that the Bluetooth component detects
the Bluetooth receiver.
If the Bluetooth component detects the Bluetooth
receiver, “YBA-10 YAMAHA” (example) appears in
the Bluetooth device list.
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• When you press lENTER on the remote control, the connected
Bluetooth receiver searches and connect to the last connected Bluetooth
component. If the Bluetooth receiver cannot find the Bluetooth
component, “Not found” appears on the front panel display.
• To disconnect the Bluetooth receiver from the Bluetooth component,
press nRETURN.
ADVANCED OPERATION
Set menu
Basic setup
BASIC SETUP
Use this feature to automatically adjust speaker and system parameters (see page 16).
Manual setup
MANUAL SETUP
■ Sound menu 1 SOUND MENU
Use this menu to manually adjust any speaker settings, alter the quality and tone of the sound output by the system or
compensate for video signal processing delays when using LCD monitors or projectors.
Parameter
Features
Page
32
B)SP LEVEL
Adjusts the output level of each speaker.
33
C)SP DISTANCE
Adjusts the distance of each speaker.
33
D)CENTER GEQ
Adjusts the tonal quality of the center speaker.
33
E)LFE LEVEL
Adjusts the output level of the LFE channel for Dolby Digital or DTS signals.
34
F)D.RANGE
Adjusts the dynamic range of Dolby Digital or DTS signals.
34
G)AUDIO SET
Adjusts the muting level, audio delay settings, maximum volume level and initial volume level.
34
■ Input menu 2 INPUT MENU
Use this menu to manually reassign the input jacks, select the input mode or rename the input source.
Parameter
Features
Page
Assigns the input jacks on this unit according to the component to be used.
34
B)INPUT RENAME
Changes the name of the input source.
34
C)VOLUME TRIM
Adjusts the output volume of each jack.
35
D)DECODER MODE
Selects the decoder mode for the sources connected to the DIGITAL INPUT jacks on the rear panel of
this unit.
35
E)MULTI CH SET
Select the video source played in the background of the sources input from the MULTI CH INPUT jacks.
35
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
A)INPUT ASSIGN
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Selects the size of each speaker, the speakers for low-frequency signal output, the crossover frequency,
and the location of the front speakers connected to the FRONT B terminals.
BASIC
OPERATION
A)SPEAKER SET
PREPARATION
Use this feature to manually adjust speaker and system parameters.
INTRODUCTION
You can use the following parameters in the set menu to adjust a variety of system settings and customize the way this
unit operates. Change the initial settings to reflect the needs of your listening environment.
■ Option menu 3 OPTION MENU
Use this menu to manually adjust the optional system parameters.
Parameter
Features
Page
Adjusts the brightness of the front panel display.
35
B)MEMORY GUARD
Locks sound field program parameters and other set menu settings.
35
C)AUDIO SELECT
Designates the default audio input jack select setting mode for the input sources connected to the
DIGITAL INPUT jacks when you turn on the power of this unit.
36
D)PARAM. INI
Sets all the parameters of the sound field programs to the initial factory settings.
36
E)BLUETOOTH
Pairs the connected Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver (such as YBA-10, sold separately) with a
Bluetooth component (see page 30).
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Signal information
APPENDIX
A)DISPLAY SET
SIGNAL INFO
Use this feature to check audio signal information (see page 20).
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Set menu
Using set menu
Use the remote control to access and adjust each
parameter.
1 SOUND MENU
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Use this menu to manually adjust any speaker settings or
compensate for video signal processing delays when using
LCD monitors or projectors.
• You can change the set menu parameters while this unit is reproducing
sound.
• Initial settings are indicated by (*) in this following each parameter.
1
2
Press hAMP and then press kMENU on
the remote control.
“BASIC SETUP” appears on the front panel display.
Press lk / n to select “MANUAL SETUP.”
. MANUAL SETUP
3
Press lENTER to enter “MANUAL SETUP.”
“1 SOUND MENU” appears on the front panel
display.
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Speaker settings
A)SPEAKER SET
Use this feature to manually adjust any speaker settings.
■ FRONT B speaker setting FRONT B
Use this feature to select the location of the front speakers
connected to the FRONT B terminals.
Choice
Condition
FRONT*
When FRONT B speakers are set in the main zone.
ZONE B
When FRONT B speakers are set in another zone. This
setting mutes all the speakers in the main room when
FRONT B is selected by CSPEAKERS.
1 SOUND MENU
Notes
4
Press lk / n repeatedly and then press
lENTER to select and enter the desired
menu.
The following menus appear on the front panel
display as you press lk / n repeatedly.
1 SOUND MENU
2 INPUT MENU
3 OPTION MENU
5
Press lk / n repeatedly and then press
lENTER to select and enter the desired
submenu.
• Repeat this step to navigate to and enter the items
you want to adjust.
• To return to the previous menu level, press
nRETURN.
6
Press lk / n to select the desired parameter
and then ll / h to change the parameter
value.
• Press lh to increase the value.
• Press ll to decrease the value.
7
Press kMENU to exit from set menu.
• If you connect headphones to the PHONES jack on this unit, the sound is
output from both headphones and the FRONT B terminals while
“FRONT B” is set to “ZONE B.”
• If a DSP program is selected when “FRONT B” is set to “ZONE B,” this
unit automatically enters the Virtual CINEMA DSP mode (see page 26).
Woofer diameter of a speaker is 16 cm (6.5 in) or
larger: large
Woofer diameter of a speaker is smaller than 16 cm
(6.5 in): small
■
Front speakers, Center speaker, Surround
left/right speakers
FRONT, CENTER, SUR. LR
Select “LARGE (LRG)” or “SMALL (SML)” depending
on the size of your each speaker. When Center speaker or
Surround speakers is not connected, select “NONE.”
Initial setting:
FRONT: “LARGE”
CENTER: “SML”
SUR. LR: “SML”
Notes
• When “BASS OUT” is set to “FRNT” (see page 32), you can select only
“LARGE” in “FRONT.” If “FRONT” is set to a setting other than
“LARGE” in advance, this unit automatically changes the value to
“LARGE.”
• When you select “NONE” in “CENTER,” the center channel signals are
directed to the front left and right speakers.
• When you select “NONE” in “SUR. LR,” this unit is automatically enters
the Virtual CINEMA DSP mode (see page 26).
■ LFE/Bass out BASS OUT
Use this feature to select the speakers that output the LFE
(low-frequency effect) and the low-frequency signals.
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• If you are not satisfied with the bass sounds from your speakers, you can
change these settings according to your preference.
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Set menu
LFE signals output
Choice
Notes
Front speakers
Other speakers
BOTH*
Output
No output
No output
SWFR
Output
No output
No output
No output
Output
No output
FRONT
Low-frequency signals output
Choice
Front speakers
Other speakers
*1
*2
*3
SWFR
*4
*3
*3
FRONT
No output
*1
*3
Notes
■ Crossover CROSSOVER
Use this feature to select a crossover frequency of all the
speakers set to “SML” (or “SMALL”) or to “NONE” in
“SPEAKER SET” (see pages 31 and 32).
Choices: 40Hz, 60Hz, 80Hz*, 90Hz, 100Hz, 110Hz,
120Hz, 160Hz, 200Hz
Choice
Function
NRM*
Does not reverse the phase of your subwoofer.
REV
Sets the phase of your subwoofer to reverse.
Speaker level
B)SP LEVEL
SP LEVEL
Adjusted speaker
Front left speaker
FR
Front right speaker
C
Center speaker
SL
Surround left speaker
SR
Surround right speaker
SWFR
Subwoofer
UNIT
Choice
Condition
meters
When you adjust speaker distances in meters.
feet*
When you adjust speaker distances in feet.
■ Speaker distances
Control range: 0.30 to 24.00 m (1.0 to 80.0 ft)
Control step: 0.10 m (0.5 ft)
Initial setting:
FRONT L/FRONT R/SWFR: 3.00 m (10.0 ft)
CENTER: 2.60 m (8.5 ft)
SUR. L/SUR. R: 2.40 m (8.0 ft)
SP DISTANCE
Adjusted speaker
FRONT L
Front left speaker
FRONT R
Front right speaker
CENTER
Center speaker
SUR. L
Surround left speaker
SUR. R
Surround right speaker
SWFR
Subwoofer
Note
• The available speaker channels differ depending on the setting of the
speakers.
Center graphic equalizer
D)CENTER GEQ
Use this feature to adjust the built-in 5-frequency band
(100Hz, 300Hz, 1kHz, 3kHz and 10kHz) graphic
equalizer for the center channel so that the tonal quality of
the center speaker matches that of the front speakers.
Control range: –6.0 to 0* to +6.0 dB
Control step: 0.5 dB
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• Press lk / n to select a frequency band and ll / h to adjust the
selected frequency band.
• You can make adjustment while listening to the currently source or a test
tone.
Following is an example where “100Hz” is selected as the
frequency band.
100Hz--||--
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Unit
APPENDIX
Use this feature to manually adjust the output level of each
speaker.
Control range: –10 to 0* to +10 dB
Control step: 1 dB
■
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
■ Subwoofer phase SWFR PHASE
Use this feature to switch the phase of your subwoofer if
bass sounds are lacking or unclear.
Use this feature to manually adjust the distance of each
speaker and the delay applied to the respective channel.
All sounds would be adjusted to arrive at the listening
position at the same time regardless of distance from each
speaker.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Note
• All frequencies below the selected frequency will be sent to the
subwoofer or to the speakers set to “LRG” (or “LARGE”) in “SPEAKER
SET” (see pages 31 and 32).
C)SP DISTANCE
BASIC
OPERATION
*1 Outputs the low-frequency signals of the front channels and other
speakers to “SML” or “NONE.”
*2 Always output the low-frequency signals of the front channels.
*3 Output the low-frequency signals if the sizes of speakers are set to
“LARGE” (or “LRG”).
*4 Output the low-frequency signals of the speakers set to “SML.”
Speaker distance
PREPARATION
Subwoofer
BOTH*
• The available speaker channels differ depending on the setting of the
speakers.
• This does not affect recorded material.
INTRODUCTION
Subwoofer
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Set menu
■ Test tone TEST
Use this feature to make adjustments for “CENTER GEQ”
while listening to a test tone.
Choice
Function
OFF*
Stops test tones and output the currently.
ON
Outputs test tones from the center and from left
speakers.
Low-frequency effect level
E)LFE LEVEL
Use this feature to adjust the output level of the LFE (lowfrequency effect) channel according to the capacity of
your subwoofer or headphones.
Control range: –20 to 0* dB
Control step: 1 dB
■ Speaker LFE SP LFE
Adjusts the speaker LFE level.
Notes
• Depending on the settings of “BASS OUT” (see page 32), some signals
may not be output at the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT jack.
• The LFE channel carries low-frequency special effects which are only
added to certain scenes.
• This setting is effective when the input signal contains the LFE channel.
F)D.RANGE
Use this feature to select the amount of dynamic range
compression to be applied to your speakers or
headphones. This setting is effective only when this unit is
decoding Dolby Digital and DTS signals.
Choice
Function
MIN
Adjusts the dynamic range to narrow.
STD
Adjusts the dynamic range to medium.
MAX*
Preserves the greatest amount of dynamic range.
■ Speaker dynamic range SP D.R
Adjusts the speaker compression.
■ Headphone dynamic range
Adjusts the headphone compression.
Audio settings
HP D.R
G)AUDIO SET
Use this feature to adjust the overall audio settings of this
unit.
■ Mute type MUTE TYP.
Use this feature to adjust how much the mute function
reduces the output volume (see page 19).
Choice
Function
FULL*
Completely mutes all the audio output.
-20dB
Reduces the current volume by 20 dB.
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■ Maximum volume MAX VOL.
Use this feature to set the maximum volume level
regardless of the original volume range. This feature is
useful to avoid the unexpected loud sound.
Control range: +16 dB*, +10 dB to –30 dB
Control step: 5 dB
Note
• The “MAX VOL.” setting takes priority over the “Initial Volume”
setting. For example, if “INI.VOL.” is set to –20 dB and “MAX VOL.” is
set to –30 dB, the volume level is automatically set to –30 dB when you
turn on the power of this unit next time.
■ Initial volume INI.VOL.
Use this feature to set the volume level when the power of
this unit is turned on.
Choices: Off*, –80 dB to +16 dB
Control step: 1 dB
■ Headphone LFE HP LFE
Adjusts the headphone LFE level.
Dynamic range
■ Audio delay A.DELAY
Use this feature to delay the sound output and synchronize
it with the video image. This may be necessary for certain
LCD monitors or projectors.
Control range: 0* to 160 ms
Control step: 1 ms
Note
• The “MAX VOL.” setting takes priority over the “INI.VOL.” setting.
2 INPUT MENU
Use this menu to reassign the input jacks, select the input
mode or rename the input source.
y
• Initial settings are indicated by (*) in this following each parameter.
Input assignment
A)INPUT ASSIGN
Use this feature to assign the input jacks according to the
component to be used if the initial settings of this unit do
not correspond to your needs.
Choices: CD, MD/CD-R, DVD, DTV/CBL, V-AUX, DVR
Initial setting:
IN (1) (COAXIAL jack): DVD
IN (2) (OPTICAL (DTV/CBL) jack): DTV/CBL
IN (3) (OPTICAL (CD) jack): CD
Notes
• You cannot select a specific item more than once.
• You cannot assign the same input source to both “IN (2)” and “IN (3).”
For example, you assign “CD” to “IN (2),” “–––” appears in “IN (3).”
• Once the input jacks are reassigned, you can select the corresponding
component by using NINPUT l / h (or the input selector buttons
(f) on the remote control).
Input rename
B)INPUT RENAME
Use this feature to change the name of the input source
that appears on the front panel display.
Set menu
The following is an example where “DVD” is renamed
“My DVD.”
DVR
DTV/CBL pDVD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
CD
My DVD
DTS decoder prioritize setting
Choice
Function
AUTO*
Automatically detect the type of input signals and
selects the appropriate input mode.
DTS
Enables to playback a DTS-CD.
Press one of the input selector buttons (f)
or vMULTI CH IN to select the input
source you want to change the name of.
2
Press hAMP and then press ll / h on the
remote control to place the “_” (underscore)
under the space or the character you want to
edit.
3
Press lk / n to select the character you
want to use and then press ll / h to move
to the next space.
• Select “LAST” to set this unit to automatically select the last selected
video source as the background video source.
Notes
Use this menu to adjust the optional system parameters.
• You can use up to 8 characters for each input.
• Press ln to change the character in the following order, or press
lk to go in the reverse order:
A to Z, a space, 0 to 9, a space, a to z, a space, symbols (#, *, –, +,
etc.)
y
Multi channel input setup
E)MULTI CH SET
■ BGV BGV
Use this feature to select the video source played in the
background of the sources input from the MULTI CH
INPUT jacks.
Choices: LAST*, DVR, V-AUX, DTV/CBL, DVD
y
5
Press kMENU to exit from “INPUT
RENAME.”
Volume trim
C)VOLUME TRIM
Press one of the input selector buttons (f) or
vMULTI CH IN to select the input source you
want to adjust the level.
Choices: CD, TUNER, MD/CD-R, DVD, DTV/CBL,
V-AUX (DOCK), DVR, MULTI CH IN
Control range: –6.0 to 0.0* to +6.0 dB
Control step: 1.0 dB
D)DECODER MODE
■ Decoder select mode
Use this feature to designate the default decoder mode for
the input sources connected to the DIGITAL INPUT
jacks.
Choice
A)DISPLAY SET
■ Dimmer DIMMER
Use this feature to adjust the brightness of the front panel
display.
Control range: –4 to 0*
Control step: 1
• Press ll to make the front panel display dimmer.
• Press lh to make the front panel display brighter.
Memory guard
B)MEMORY GUARD
■ Memory guard MEM.GUARD
Use this feature to prevent accidental changes to DSP
program parameter values and other system settings.
Choice
Function
OFF*
Turns off the “MEM.GUARD” feature.
ON
Protects:
– sound field program parameters
– all set menu items
– SCENE template parameters
Note
• When “MEM.GUARD” is set to “ON,” you cannot select and adjust any
other set menu items.
APPENDIX
Decoder mode
Display settings
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Use this feature to adjust the level of the signal input at
each jack. This is useful if you want to balance the level of
each input source to avoid sudden changes in volume
when switching between input sources.
• Initial settings are indicated by (*) in this following each parameter.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to rename each
input source.
3 OPTION MENU
BASIC
OPERATION
4
PREPARATION
1
INTRODUCTION
DVD
V-AUX
■
Function
Automatically detect the type of input signals and
selects the appropriate decoder mode.
LAST
Automatically select the last decoder mode used the
connected input source.
English
AUTO*
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Set menu
Audio select
C)AUDIO SELECT
Use this feature to designate the default audio input jack
select setting for the input sources.
Choice
Function
AUTO*
Automatically detect the type of input signals and
select the appropriate input mode.
LAST
Automatically select the last input mode used for the
connected input source (see page 18).
Parameter initialization
D)PARAM. INI
Use this feature to set all the parameters of the sound field
programs to the initial factory settings.
Choice
Function
NO*
Cancels the parameter initialization and returns to the
previous menu level.
YES
Sets all the sound field parameters to the initial factory
settings.
Notes
• You cannot automatically revert to the previous parameter settings once
you initialize the sound field program parameters.
• You cannot separately initialize individual sound field programs.
Bluetooth setting
E)BLUETOOTH
■ Start pairing START PAIRING
Use this feature to start pairing the connected Bluetooth
Wireless Audio Receiver (such as YBA-10, sold
separately) with your Bluetooth component. For details
about the pairing, refer to “Pairing the Bluetooth™
receiver and your Bluetooth™ component” on page 30.
To ensure security, a time limit of 8 minutes is set for
the pairing operation. You are recommended to read
and fully understand all the instructions before starting.
1
Select “START PAIRING” in “BLUETOOTH”
and then press lENTER to start pairing.
The connected Bluetooth receiver starts searching
Bluetooth components. “Searching...” appears on the
front panel display.
2
Check that the Bluetooth component detects
the Bluetooth receiver.
For details, refer to the instruction manual of the
Bluetooth component.
3
Select the Bluetooth receiver in the
Bluetooth device list and then enter the pass
key “0000” on the Bluetooth component.
Once this unit completes the pairing successfully,
“Completed” appears.
y
• To cancel the pairing, press nRETURN to exit from “START
PAIRING.”
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4
Press nRETURN to exit from “START
PAIRING.”
Notes
• If the connected Bluetooth receiver cannot find any Bluetooth
components, “Not found” appears.
• If a Bluetooth receiver is not connected to this unit, “No BT adapter”
appears.
Remote control features
-
Controlling this unit, a TV, or other components
■ Controlling this unit
Press hAMP to control this unit.
POWER
STANDBY
POWER
TV
AV
A
B
C
MUTE
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
TV CH
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
DTV/CBL
SCENE
1
2
STANDBY
POWER
AV
A
B
C
MUTE
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
TV VOL
AMP
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
POWER
TV
E
*1
AMP
POWER
PREPARATION
POWER
■ Controlling a TV
Press fDTV/CBL to control your TV. To control your
TV, set the appropriate remote control code for fDTV/
CBL (see page 39).
3
MENU
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
TV CH
INTRODUCTION
In addition to controlling this unit, the remote control can also operate other audiovisual components made by Yamaha
and other manufacturers. To control your TV or other components, you must set up the appropriate remote control code
for each input source (see page 39).
*1
4
TV VOL
VOLUME
SCENE
1
ENTER
2
RETURN
*2
MENU
ENTER
RETURN
l
PROG h
1
2
STRAIGHT
5
4
VOLUME
DISPLAY
REC
3
REC
4
*2
NIGHT
6
0
DISPLAY
ENHANCER SUR. DECODE
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
3
BASIC
OPERATION
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
*2
l
PROG h
1
2
STRAIGHT
5
ENHANCER SUR. DECODE
3
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
4
NIGHT
6
0
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Notes
*1 These buttons always control this unit.
*2 These buttons control this unit only when hAMP is pressed.
Notes
*1 These buttons always control your TV regardless of whether you press
fDTV/CBL or not.
Digital TV/Cable TV
TV POWER
Turns on or off the power.
TV CH +/–
Changes the channel number.
TV VOL +/–
Increases or decreases the volume
level.
TV INPUT
Changes the input source.
TV MUTE
Mutes the audio output.
y
• You can control more than one TV by setting the appropriate remote
control code for any input source selector buttons other than fDTV/
CBL. In such a case, you can control the buttons highlighted above (*1
and *2) when you press the input source selector button.
APPENDIX
*2 These buttons control your TV only when fDTV/CBL is pressed.
For details, see the “Digital TV/Cable TV” column on page 38.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Remote control
English
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Remote control features
■ Controlling other components
Press one of the input selector buttons (f) or A to E
buttons to control other components. You must set the
appropriate remote control code for each input source in
advance (see page 39). The following table shows the
function of each control button used to control other
components assigned to each input selector button. Be
advised that some buttons may not correctly operate the
selected component.
[1]
[2]
POWER
POWER
TV
AV
A
STANDBY
POWER
B
C
MUTE
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
VCR
Power *1
Digital TV/
Cable TV
Power *2
VOLUME
[7]
ENTER
[4]
RETURN
[8]
DISPLAY
[5]
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
1
2
• The remote control has 13 modes (input areas) to control components so
that the remote control can operate up to 13 different components.
• When you press one of the optional component control area buttons (A to
E), you can control the desired component without changing the input
source of this unit.
DVD player/
recorder
[3]
MENU
REC
y
Remote control
TV CH
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
TV VOL
l
PROG h
1
SCENE
3
4
5
Power *1
CD player
Power *1
ENHANCER SUR. DECODE
3
4
NIGHT
6
7
MULTI CH IN AUDIO SEL
9
LD player
2
STRAIGHT
[6]
0
MD/CD
recorder
10
8
SLEEP
ENT
[9]
Tuner
[1]
AV POWER
Power *1
[2]
TITLE
Title
Power *1
[3]
PRESET/CH k
Up
VCR channel
up
Up
Preset up
(1-8)
PRESET/CH n
Down
VCR channel
down
Down
Preset down
(1-8)
A/B/C/D/E l
Left
Left
Preset down
(A-E)
A/B/C/D/E h
Right
Right
Preset up
(A-E)
ENTER
Enter
Enter
[4]
RETURN
Return
[5]
REC
Disc skip
(player)
Rec (recorder)
p
Play
Play
Play *2
Play
Play
Play
w
Search
backward
Search
backward
Search
backward *2
Search
backward
Search
backward
Search
backward
f
Search
forward
Search
forward
Search
forward *2
Search
forward
Search
forward
Search
forward
e
Pause
Pause
Pause *2
Pause
Pause
Pause
b
Skip
backward
Skip
backward
Skip
backward *2
Skip
backward
Skip
backward
Skip
backward
a
Skip forward
Skip forward
Skip forward
*2
Skip forward
Skip forward
Skip forward
s
Stop
Stop
Stop *2
Stop
Stop
Stop
[6]
1-9, 0, +10
Numeric
buttons
Numeric
buttons
Numeric
buttons
Numeric
buttons
Numeric
buttons
Numeric
buttons
[7]
MENU
Menu
[8]
DISPLAY
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
Display
[9]
ENT
Title/Index
Enter
Enter
Chapter/Time
Index
Index
Band
Return
Rec
Rec *2
Disc skip
Rec
Menu
Notes
*1 This button is operational only when the original remote control supplied with the component has a POWER button.
*2 These buttons operate your DVD recorder only when you set the appropriate remote control code for DVR (see page 39).
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Preset stations
(1-8)
Remote control features
2
Setting remote control codes
Remote control code default settings
Input
source
Component
category
Manufacturer
Notes
Default
code
5013
5001
TUNER
TUNER
Yamaha
5007
DVD
DVD
Yamaha
2000
DTV/CBL
—
—
—
V-AUX/
DOCK
TUNER
Yamaha
5011
DVR
DVR
Yamaha
2011
A
TUNER
Yamaha
5012
B
TUNER
Yamaha
5009
C
TUNER
Yamaha
5017
D
—
—
—
E
—
—
—
■ Resetting all remote control codes
Use this feature to clear all the remote control codes
previously set and reset all of them to the initial factory
settings.
1
While pressing and holding hAMP, press
bAV POWER for more than 3 seconds.
AMP
Note
• You may not be able to operate your Yamaha component even if a
Yamaha remote control code is preset as listed above. In this case, try
setting another Yamaha remote control code.
1
A
B
C
CD
MD/CD-R
TUNER
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AV
While holding down
2
Press for 3 seconds
Press the numeric buttons (y) to enter the
code number “9981.”
“RemoteSetup OK” appears on the front panel
display, and the remote control codes previously set
are cleared and reset to the initial factory settings.
y
• If you do not press any buttons within 30 seconds after step 1, the
clearing process is canceled. In this case, repeat the clearing
procedure.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
While pressing and holding one of the input
selector buttons (f) on the remote control to
select the input area you want to set up,
press bAV POWER for more than 3
seconds.
POWER
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Yamaha
Yamaha
BASIC
OPERATION
CD
CD-R
PREPARATION
CD
MD/CD-R
• If the manufacturer of your component has more than one code, try each
of them until you find the correct one.
• If you do not press any buttons within 30 seconds in step 2, the setup
process is canceled. If this happens, repeat the setup procedure.
INTRODUCTION
You can control other components by setting the
appropriate remote control codes. For a complete list of
available remote control codes, refer to “List of remote
control codes” at the end of this manual.
Press the numeric buttons (0 to 9) (y) to
enter the four-digit remote control code for
the component to be used.
When the setting succeeds, “RemoteSetup OK”
appears; however, when it dues not, “RemoteSetup
NG” appears on the front panel display.
POWER
AV
APPENDIX
Press for 3 seconds
While holding down
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Advanced setup
This unit has additional menus that are displayed on the front panel display. The advanced setup menu offers additional
operations to adjust and customize the way this unit operates. Change the initial settings (indicated by (*) in this
following parameter) to reflect the needs of your listening environment.
Notes
• Only ASTANDBY/ON, LPROGRAM l / h and
MSTRAIGHT are effective while you are using the advanced setup
menu.
• No other operations can be made while you are using the advanced setup
menu.
• The advanced setup menu is only available on the front panel display.
1
Press ASTANDBY/ON on the front panel to
set this unit to the standby mode.
2
Press and hold KTONE CONTROL and
then press ASTANDBY/ON to turn on this
unit.
This unit turns on, and the advanced setup menu
appears on the front panel display.
3
Press LPROGRAM l / h to select the
parameter you want to adjust.
The name of the selected parameter appears on the
front panel display.
4
Press MSTRAIGHT repeatedly to change
the selected parameter setting.
5
Press ASTANDBY/ON to confirm your
selection and set this unit to the standby
mode.
y
■
Speaker impedance SP IMP.
(U.S.A. and Canada models only)
Caution
If you are to use 6 ohm speakers, set “SP IMP.” to
“6ΩMIN” as follows BEFORE using this unit.
Use this feature to set the speaker impedance of this unit
so that it matches that of your speakers.
Choices: 8ΩMIN*, 6ΩMIN
• Select “8ΩMIN” to set the speaker impedance to 8 Ω .
• Select “6ΩMIN” to set the speaker impedance to 6 Ω .
SP IMP.
Speaker
Front (A or B)
8ΩMIN
Center
Impedance level
The impedance of each
speaker must be 8 Ω or
higher.
Surround
Front (A or B)
6ΩMIN
Center
The impedance of each
speaker must be 6 Ω or
higher.
Surround
■ Initializing PRESET
Use this feature to reset all the parameters of this unit to
the initial factory settings.
Choices: CANCEL*, RESET
• Select “CANCEL” not to reset any parameters of this
unit.
• Select “RESET” to reset the parameters of this unit.
• The settings you made are reflected next time you turn on this unit.
Notes
• This setting completely resets all the parameters of this unit including the
set menu parameters. However, the advanced setup menu parameters will
not be initialized.
• The initial factory settings are activated next time you turn on this unit.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting
■
General
Problem
The power cable is not connected or the
plug is not completely inserted.
Connect the power cable firmly.
—
The speaker impedance setting is
incorrect.
Set the speaker impedance to match your speakers.
40
The protection circuitry has been
activated.
Make sure that all speaker wire connections on this
unit and on all speakers are secure and that the wire
for each connection does not touch anything other
than its respective connection.
9
This unit has been exposed to a strong
external electric shock (such as lightning
or strong static electricity).
Set this unit to the standby mode, disconnect the
power cable, plug it back in after 30 seconds and then
use it normally.
—
Incorrect input or output cable
connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
11-13
No appropriate Audio input jack select has
been set.
Set an appropriate Audio input jack select.
No appropriate input source has been
selected.
Select an appropriate input source with
N INPUT l / h on the front panel (or the input
selector buttons (f) on the remote control).
Speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
9
The front speakers to be used have not
been selected properly.
Select the front speakers with CSPEAKERS.
18
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17, 18
19
Signals this unit cannot reproduce are
being input from a source component,
such as a CD-ROM.
Play a source whose signals can be reproduced by this
unit.
—
Audio signals input at the HDMI jack are
not output from any speaker terminals.
Make an analog or digital connection beside the
HDMI connection.
—
The setting of the connected component is
improper.
Make an appropriate setting following the instruction
manual of the connected component.
—
The protection circuitry has been activated
because of a short circuit, etc.
Check that the impedance setting is correct.
40
Check that the speaker wires are not touching each
other and then turn this unit back on.
—
The sleep timer has turned off this unit.
Turn on this unit, and play the source again.
—
The sound is muted.
Press eMUTE or mVOLUME +/– on the remote
control to resume audio output.
19
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English
—
Press eMUTE or mVOLUME +/– on the remote
control to resume audio output and then adjust the
volume.
APPENDIX
Turn up the volume.
The sound is muted.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The volume is turned down.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
The sound suddenly
goes off.
See
page
BASIC
OPERATION
No sound
Remedy
PREPARATION
This unit fails to turn
on or enters the
standby mode soon
after the power is
turned on.
Cause
INTRODUCTION
Refer to the table below when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below
or if the instruction below does not help, turn off this unit, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest authorized
Yamaha dealer or service center.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Remedy
See
page
Sound is heard from
the speaker on one
side only.
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
Incorrect settings in “SP LEVEL.”
Adjust the “SP LEVEL” settings.
33
Only the center
speaker outputs
substantial sound.
When playing a monaural source with a
CINEMA DSP program, the source signal
is directed to the center channel, and the
front and surround speakers output effect
sounds.
No sound is heard
from the center
speaker.
“CENTER” in “SPEAKER SET” is set to
“NONE.”
Set “CENTER” to “SML” or “LRG.”
32
Some sound field programs do not output
sounds from the center speaker.
Try another sound field program.
25
No sound is heard
from the surround
speakers.
“SUR. LR” in “SPEAKER SET” is set to
“NONE.”
Set “SUR. LR” to “SML” or “LRG.”
32
This unit is in the “STRAIGHT” mode
and a monaural source is being played
back.
Press M STRAIGHT on the front panel so that
“STRAIGHT” disappears from the front panel
display.
26
No sound is heard
from the subwoofer.
“BASS OUT” in “SPEAKER SET” is set
to “FRNT” when a Dolby Digital or DTS
signal is being played.
Set “BASS OUT” to “SWFR” or “BOTH.”
32
“BASS OUT” in “SPEAKER SET” is set
to “SWFR” or “FRNT” when a 2-channel
source is being played.
Set “BASS OUT” to “BOTH.”
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11-14
The source does not contain lowfrequency bass signals.
Dolby Digital or DTS
sources cannot be
played. (Dolby Digital
or DTS indicator on
the front panel
display does not light
up.)
The connected component is not set to
output Dolby Digital or DTS digital
signals.
Make an appropriate setting following the operating
instructions for your component.
—
Audio input jack select is set to
“ANALOG.”
Set Audio input jack select to “AUTO.”
18
A humming sound is
heard.
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the audio cables firmly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
—
The volume level
cannot be increased,
or the sound is
distorted.
You are attempting to set the volume level
higher than the maximum volume level.
Adjust “MAX VOL.” setting.
34
The component connected to the AUDIO
OUT (REC) jack on this unit is turned off.
Turn on the power of the component.
—
The sound effect
cannot be recorded.
It is not possible to record the sound effect
with a recording component.
A source cannot be
recorded by an
analog component
connected to the
AUDIO OUT (REC)
jack.
The source component is not connected to
the analog AUDIO IN jacks on this unit.
Connect the source component to the analog AUDIO
IN jacks.
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Troubleshooting
This unit does not
operate properly.
The internal microcomputer has been
frozen by an external electric shock (such
as lightning or excessive static electricity)
or by a power supply with low voltage.
Disconnect the power cable from the AC wall outlet
and then plug it in again after about 30 seconds.
—
“CHECK SP WIRES”
appears on the front
panel display.
Speaker cables are short-circuited.
Make sure all speaker cables are connected correctly.
9
There is noise
interference from
digital or radio
frequency equipment.
This unit is too close to the digital or highfrequency equipment.
Move this unit further away from such equipment.
—
The picture is
disturbed.
The video source uses scrambled or
encoded signals to prevent dubbing.
This unit suddenly
enters the standby
mode.
The internal temperature is too high and
the overheat protection circuitry has been
activated.
Wait about 1 hour for this unit to cool down and then
turn it back on.
—
Virtual CINEMA DSP
is not activated.
“MULTI CH” is selected as the input
source.
Select an input source other than “MULTI CH.”
17
Headphones are connected to the
PHONES jack.
Disconnect the headphone plug from the PHONES
jack.
—
This unit is in the “5ch Stereo” mode.
Exit from the “5ch Stereo” mode.
21
“MULTI CH” is selected as the input
source.
Select an input source other than “MULTI CH.”
17
The unit is in the “2ch Stereo,”
“STRAIGHT” or “Music Enh.2ch” mode.
Exit from the “2ch Stereo,” “STRAIGHT” or “Music
Enh2ch” mode.
21
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Tuner
Problem
FM stereo reception is
noisy.
The characteristics of FM stereo
broadcasts may cause this problem
when the transmitter is too far away or
the antenna input is poor.
Remedy
See
page
Check the antenna connections.
15
Try using a high-quality directional FM
antenna.
—
Use the manual tuning method.
27
There is multi-path interference.
Adjust the antenna position to eliminate
multi-path interference.
—
The desired station
cannot be tuned into
with the automatic
tuning method.
The signal is too weak.
Use a high-quality directional FM antenna.
—
Use the manual tuning method.
27
Previously preset
stations can no longer
be tuned into.
This unit has been disconnected for a
long period.
Set preset stations.
27
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English
There is distortion, and
clear reception cannot
be obtained even with a
good FM antenna.
APPENDIX
FM
Cause
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
35
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Set “MEM.GUARD” to “OFF.”
BASIC
OPERATION
“MEM.GUARD” in “OPTION MENU” is
set to “ON.”
PREPARATION
The sound field
parameters and some
other settings of this
unit cannot be
changed.
INTRODUCTION
Cause
SILENT CINEMA is
not activated.
Remedy
See
page
Problem
Troubleshooting
Problem
AM
■
Cause
The desired station
cannot be tuned into
with the automatic
tuning method.
The signal is weak or the antenna
connections are loose.
There are continuous
crackling and hissing
noises.
There are buzzing and
whining noises.
Remedy
See
page
Tighten the AM loop antenna connections and
orient it for the best reception.
—
Use the manual tuning method.
27
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.
—
A TV set is being used nearby.
Move this unit away from the TV set.
—
iPod
Note
• In case of a transmission error without a status message appearing on the front panel display, check the connection to your iPod (see page 14).
Status message
Cause
Connect error
There is a problem with the signal path
from your iPod to this unit.
Unknown iPod
The iPod being used is not supported by
this unit.
iPod connected
Your iPod is properly stationed in a
Yamaha iPod universal dock (such as
YDS-11, sold separately) connected to the
DOCK terminal of this unit, and the
connection between your iPod and this
unit is complete.
Disconnected
Your iPod was removed from a Yamaha
iPod universal dock (such as YDS-11,
sold separately) connected to the DOCK
terminal of this unit.
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Remedy
Turn off this unit and reconnect the Yamaha iPod
universal dock to the DOCK terminal of this unit.
See
page
14
Try resetting your iPod.
—
Only iPod (Click and Wheel), iPod nano, and iPod
mini are supported.
—
Station your iPod back in a Yamaha iPod universal
dock (such as YDS-11, sold separately) connected to
the DOCK terminal of this unit.
14
Bluetooth
Status message
Searching...
Cause
Remedy
See
page
The Bluetooth receiver and the Bluetooth
component is in the middle of the pairing.
The Bluetooth receiver and the Bluetooth
component is in the middle of establishing
the connection.
Completed
The paring is completed.
Canceled
The paring is canceled.
BT connected
The connection between the Bluetooth
Wireless Audio Receiver (such as YBA10, sold separately) and the Bluetooth
component is established.
Disconnected
The Bluetooth component is disconnected
from the Bluetooth receiver (such as
YBA-10, sold separately).
No BT adapter
The Bluetooth receiver is not connected to
the DOCK terminal.
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Connect the Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver (such
as YBA-10, sold separately) to the DOCK terminal.
14
Troubleshooting
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Remote control
Problem
Remedy
See
page
The remote control functions within a maximum
range of 6 m (20 ft) and no more than 30 degrees offaxis from the front panel.
8
Direct sunlight or lighting (from an
inverter type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is
striking the remote control sensor of this
unit.
Reposition this unit.
—
The batteries are weak.
Replace all batteries.
8
The remote control code is not correctly
set.
Set the remote control code correctly using “List of
remote control codes” at the end of this manual.
39
Try setting another code for the same manufacturer
using “List of remote control codes” at the end of this
manual.
39
■ Resetting the system
Use this feature to reset all the parameters of this unit to the initial factory settings. For details about the procedure of
resetting the system, see “Initializing” in “Advanced setup” on page 40.
BASIC
OPERATION
Even if the remote control code is
correctly set, there are some models that
do not respond to the remote control.
PREPARATION
Wrong distance or angle.
INTRODUCTION
The remote control
does not work nor
function properly.
Cause
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
APPENDIX
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Glossary
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Audio information
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a digital surround sound system that gives you
completely independent multi-channel audio. With 3 front channels
(front L/R and center), and 2 surround stereo channels, Dolby Digital
provides 5 full-range audio channels. With an additional channel
especially for bass effects, called LFE (Low Frequency Effect), the
system has a total of 5.1-channels (LFE is counted as 0.1 channel). By
using 2-channel stereo for the surround speakers, more accurate
moving sound effects and surround sound environment are possible
than with Dolby Surround. The wide dynamic range from maximum
to minimum volume reproduced by the 5 full-range channels and the
precise sound orientation generated using digital sound processing
provide listeners with unprecedented excitement and realism. With
this unit, any sound environment from monaural up to a 5.1-channel
configuration can be freely selected for your enjoyment.
Dolby Pro Logic II
Dolby Pro Logic II is an improved technique used to decode vast
numbers of existing Dolby Surround sources. This new technology
enables a discrete 5-channel playback with 2 front left and right
channels, 1 center channel, and 2 surround left and right channels
instead of only 1 surround channel for conventional Pro Logic
technology. There are three modes available: “Music mode” for music
sources, “Movie mode” for movie sources and “Game mode” for
game sources.
Dolby Surround
Dolby Surround uses a 4-channel analog recording system to
reproduce realistic and dynamic sound effects: 2 front left and right
channels (stereo), a center channel for dialog (monaural), and a
surround channel for special sound effects (monaural). The surround
channel reproduces sound within a narrow frequency range. Dolby
Surround is widely used with nearly all video tapes and laser discs,
and in many TV and cable broadcasts as well. The Dolby Pro Logic
decoder built into this unit employs a digital signal processing system
that automatically stabilizes the volume on each channel to enhance
moving sound effects and directionality.
DTS Digital Surround
DTS digital surround was developed to replace the analog soundtracks
of movies with a 5.1-channel digital sound track, and is now rapidly
gaining popularity in movie theaters around the world. DTS, Inc. has
developed a home theater system so that you can enjoy the depth of
sound and natural spatial representation of DTS digital surround in
your home. This system produces practically distortion-free 5.1channel sound (technically, left, right and center channels, 2 surround
channels, plus an LFE 0.1 channel as a subwoofer, for a total of 5.1channels).
LFE 0.1 channel
This channel reproduces low-frequency bass signals. The frequency
range of this channel is from 20 Hz to 120 Hz. This channel is counted
as 0.1 because it only enforces a low-frequency range compared to the
full-range reproduced by the other 5 channels in Dolby Digital or DTS
5.1-channel systems.
PCM (Linear PCM)
Linear PCM is a signal format under which an analog audio signal is
digitized, recorded and transmitted without using any compression.
This is used as a method of recording CDs and DVD audio. The PCM
system uses a technique for sampling the size of the analog signal per
very small unit of time. Standing for “Pulse Code Modulation,” the
analog signal is encoded as pulses and then modulated for recording.
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Sampling frequency and number of quantized
bits
When digitizing an analog audio signal, the number of times the
signal is sampled per second is called the sampling frequency, while
the degree of fineness when converting the sound level into a numeric
value is called the number of quantized bits. The range of rates that
can be played back is determined based on the sampling rate, while
the dynamic range representing the sound level difference is
determined by the number of quantized bits. In principle, the higher
the sampling frequency, the wider the range of frequencies that can be
played back, and the higher the number of quantized bits, the more
finely the sound level can be reproduced.
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Sound field program information
CINEMA DSP
Since the Dolby Surround and DTS systems were originally designed
for use in movie theaters, their effect is best felt in a theater having
many speakers designed for acoustic effects. Since home conditions,
such as room size, wall material, number of speakers, and so on, can
differ so widely, it is inevitable that there are differences in the sound
heard. Based on a wealth of actually measured data, Yamaha
CINEMA DSP uses Yamaha original DSP technology to combine
Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital and DTS systems to provide the
audiovisual experience of movie theater in the listening room of your
own home.
SILENT CINEMA
Yamaha has developed a natural, realistic sound effect DSP algorithm
for headphones. Parameters for headphones have been set for each
sound field program so that accurate representations of all the sound
field programs can be enjoyed on headphones.
Virtual CINEMA DSP
Yamaha has developed a Virtual CINEMA DSP algorithm that allows
you to enjoy DSP surround effects even without any surround
speakers by using virtual surround speakers. It is even possible to
enjoy Virtual CINEMA DSP using a minimal two-speaker system that
does not include a center speaker.
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Video information
Component video signal
With the component video signal system, the video signal is separated
into the Y signal for the luminance and the PB and PR signals for the
chrominance. Color can be reproduced more faithfully with this
system because each of these signals is independent. The component
signal is also called the “color difference signal” because the
luminance signal is subtracted from the color signal. A monitor with
component input jacks is required in order to output component
signals.
Composite video signal
With the composite video signal system, the video signal is composed
of three basic elements of a video picture: color, brightness and
synchronization data. A composite video jack on a video component
transmits these three elements combined.
Specifications
AUDIO SECTION
• Maximum Power (JEITA)
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
1 kHz, 10% THD, 8 Ω ................................................ 135 W/ch
[Asia, China, Korea and General models]
1 kHz, 10% THD, 6 Ω ................................................. 135 W/ch
• IEC Power
[U.K., Russia, and Europe models]
1 kHz, 0.1% THD, 6 Ω ........................................ 90 W or more
• Video Maximum Input Level ................................ 1.5 Vp-p or more
• Signal to Noise Ratio ................................................ 50 dB or more
• Frequency Response (MONITOR OUT)
Component Signal .................................... 5 Hz to 60 MHz, –3 dB
FM SECTION
• Tuning Range
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ........................... 87.5 to 107.9 MHz
[Asia and General models] .........87.5/87.50 to 108.0/108.00 MHz
[Other models] ............................................ 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
• 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF, 100% mod.)
Mono ................................................................. 2.8 µV (20.2 dBf)
• Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF)
Mono/Stereo .............................................................. 73 dB/70 dB
• Dynamic Headroom [U.S.A. and Canada models]
8 Ω .................................................................................... 0.41 dB
• Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz)
Mono/Stereo ................................................................ 0.5%/0.5%
• Frequency Response
CD, etc. to Front ................................ 10 Hz to 100 kHz, 0/–3 dB
V-AUX to Front ................................... 10 Hz to 20 kHz, 0/–3 dB
AM SECTION
• Tuning Range
[U.S.A. and Canada models] .............................. 530 to 1710 kHz
[Asia and General models] ................. 530/531 to 1710/1611 kHz
[Other models] ................................................... 531 to 1611 kHz
GENERAL
• Channel Separation
CD, etc. Input 5.1 kΩ shorted (1 kHz/10 kHz)
................................................................... 60 dB/45 dB or more
• Power Consumption
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ................................. 240 W/320 VA
[Other models] ................................................................... 240 W
• Tone Control
BASS Boost/Cut ................................................... ±10 dB/100 Hz
TREBLE Boost/Cut .............................................. ±10 dB/20 kHz
• Standby Power Consumption
[Except Asia and General models] ...................................... 0.8 W
• Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
CD, etc. (STEREO) Input shorted
250 mV ............................................................... 100 dB or more
200 mV ................................................................. 98 dB or more
• Headphone Jack Rated Output/Impedance
CD, etc. (1 kHz, 200 mV, 8 Ω) ....................................0.4 V/470 Ω
• Maximum Power Consumption
[Asia and General models]
5ch, 10%/THD ................................................................ 530 W
• Dimensions (W x H x D) ................................. 435 x 151 x 318 mm
(17-1/8” x 5-15/16” x 12-1/2”)
• Weight ............................................................. 8.0 kg (17 lbs 10 oz)
• Maximum Input Signal
CD, etc. 1 kHz, 0.5%THD (EFFECT ON) ............. 2.0 V or more
• Output Level/Output Impedance
AUDIO OUT (REC) ............................................ 200 mV/1.2 kΩ
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
(2ch Stereo and FRONT SP: SMALL) ..................... 4 V/1.2 kΩ
APPENDIX
• Input Sensitivity/Input Impedance
CD, etc. ................................................................. 200 mV/47 kΩ
MULTI CH INPUT ............................................... 200 mV/47 kΩ
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)
Front L/R ............................................................... 170 µV or less
• Power Supply
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ............................. 120 V AC, 60 Hz
[Australia model] .............................................. 240 V AC, 50 Hz
[Korea model] ................................................... 220 V AC, 60 Hz
[China model] ................................................... 220 V AC, 50 Hz
[U.K., Russia, and Europe models] .................... 230 V AC, 50 Hz
[Asia and General models]
.............................................. 110-120/220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
ADVANCED
OPERATION
• Total Harmonic Distortion
CD, etc. (2ch stereo) to Front SP OUT,
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
1 kHz, 50 W/8 Ω ................................................... 0.06% or less
[Other models]
1 kHz, 50 W/6 Ω ................................................... 0.06% or less
BASIC
OPERATION
• Dynamic Power
[U.S.A. and Canada models] (Impedance Selector: 8 Ω)
(IHF, 8/6/4/2 Ω) .......................................... 110/130/160/180 W
[Other models]
(IHF, 6/4/2 Ω) .................................................... 105/130/150 W
• Signal Level
Composite ................................................................. 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Component .................. 1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Y), 0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (PB/PR)
PREPARATION
• MAX Power Per Channel
[U.K., Russia, and Europe models]
1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 4 Ω ...................................... 105 W or more
VIDEO SECTION
INTRODUCTION
• Minimum RMS Output Power for Front, Center, Surround
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 8 Ω ............................................... 100 W/ch
[Other models]
1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 6 Ω ............................................... 100 W/ch
• Filter Characteristics (fc=40/60/80/90/100/110/120/160/200 Hz)
H.P.F. (Front, Center, Surround) ................................... 12 dB/oct.
L.P.F. (Subwoofer) ........................................................ 24 dB/oct.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Index
■
Numerics
1 SOUND MENU .................................... 31, 32
2 INPUT MENU ...................................... 31, 34
2ch Stereo ...................................................... 25
3 OPTION MENU ................................... 31, 35
5ch Stereo ...................................................... 25
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A
A)DISPLAY SET .......................................... 35
A)INPUT ASSIGN ........................................ 34
A)SPEAKER SET ......................................... 32
A.DELAY ...................................................... 34
A/B/C/D/E, front panel .................................... 3
Adjusting the speaker level ............................ 19
Adjusting the tonal quality ............................ 19
AM tuning ..................................................... 27
AMP, remote control ....................................... 5
ANTENNA terminals ...................................... 6
Audio cable plugs .......................................... 11
Audio delay ................................................... 34
AUDIO jacks ............................................. 6, 11
Audio jacks .................................................... 11
AUDIO L/R (VIDEO AUX) jacks,
front panel ................................................... 3
AUDIO SEL, remote control ........................... 5
AUDIO SELECT ........................................... 18
Audio select ................................................... 36
Audio settings ................................................ 34
Automatic preset tuning ................................ 27
Automatic tuning ........................................... 27
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B
B)INPUT RENAME ..................................... 34
B)MEMORY GUARD .................................. 35
B)SP LEVEL ................................................. 33
BAND LEVEL TITLE, remote control ........... 5
BAND, front panel .......................................... 3
BASIC SETUP ........................................ 16, 31
Basic setup ..................................................... 31
BASS OUT .................................................... 32
BGV ............................................................... 35
Bluetooth setting ............................................ 36
Bluetooth status message ............................... 44
BT connected, Bluetooth status message ...... 44
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C
C)AUDIO SELECT ....................................... 36
C)SP DISTANCE .......................................... 33
C)VOLUME TRIM ....................................... 35
Canceled, Bluetooth status message .............. 44
CD Listening ................................................. 22
CD Music Listening ...................................... 22
CENTER ........................................................ 32
Center graphic equalizer ................................ 33
Center speaker ............................................... 32
Center width .................................................. 26
CINEMA DSP indicator .................................. 4
Completed, Bluetooth status message ........... 44
COMPONENT VIDEO jacks .................... 6, 11
Connect error, iPod controlling status
message ..................................................... 44
Connecting a DVD player ............................. 13
Connecting a TV ............................................ 12
Connecting audio components ...................... 13
Connecting speakers ........................................ 9
Connecting the AM antennas ........................ 15
Connecting the Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Receiver .................................................... 14
Connecting the FM antennas ......................... 15
Connecting the power cable .......................... 15
Connecting the Yamaha iPod
universal dock ........................................... 14
Connecting to CD player ............................... 13
Connecting to DVD recorder ......................... 13
Connecting to MD recorder/CD recorder ...... 13
Connecting to the CENTER terminals .......... 10
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Connecting to the COMPONENT
VIDEO jacks .............................................11
Connecting to the FRONT A terminals .........10
Connecting to the FRONT B terminals ..........10
Connecting to the HDMI jacks ......................11
Connecting to the MULTI CH INPUT
jacks ...........................................................14
Connecting to the SURROUND terminals ....10
Connecting video components .......................13
Control buttons, remote control .......................5
Creating original SCENE templates ..............23
CROSSOVER ................................................33
Crossover .......................................................33
CT WIDTH ....................................................26
Cursors/ENTER, remote control ......................5
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D
D)CENTER GEQ ...........................................33
D)DECODER MODE ....................................35
D)PARAM. INI ..............................................36
Decoder indicator .............................................4
Decoder mode ................................................35
Decoder select mode ......................................35
DIGITAL AUDIO COAXIAL jack ...............11
DIGITAL AUDIO OPTICAL jacks ...............11
DIGITAL INPUT COAXIAL assignment .....34
DIGITAL INPUT jacks ....................................6
DIMENSION .................................................26
Dimension ......................................................26
DIMMER .......................................................35
Dimmer ..........................................................35
Disc Listening ................................................22
Disconnected, Bluetooth status message .......44
Disconnected, iPod controlling status
message .....................................................44
Display settings ..............................................35
DISPLAY, remote control ...............................5
DOCK indicator, Front panel display ..............4
Dock Listening ...............................................22
DOCK terminal ................................................6
DSP LEVEL ...................................................26
DSP level ........................................................26
DTS decoder prioritize setting .......................35
DVD Live Viewing ........................................22
DVD Movie Viewing .....................................22
DVD Viewing ................................................22
DVR Viewing ................................................22
Dynamic range ...............................................34
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E
E)BLUETOOTH ............................................36
E)LFE LEVEL ...............................................34
E)MULTI CH SET .........................................35
EDIT PRESET/TUNING, front panel .............3
Editing sound field parameters ......................26
ENHANCER indicator .....................................4
ENHANCER, remote control ..........................5
Enjoying 2-channel sources using
the standard decoders ................................26
Exchanging preset stations .............................28
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F
F)D.RANGE ..................................................34
FM tuning .......................................................27
FRONT ...........................................................32
FRONT B .......................................................32
FRONT B speaker setting ..............................32
Front panel .......................................................3
Front panel display .......................................3, 4
Front speakers ................................................32
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G
G)AUDIO SET ..............................................34
Game Playing .................................................23
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H
Hall ................................................................ 25
HDMI ............................................................. 11
HDMI jack, HDMI cable plug ....................... 11
HDMI terminals ............................................... 6
Headphone dynamic range ............................ 34
Headphone LFE ............................................. 34
Headphones indicator ...................................... 4
HP D.R ........................................................... 34
HP LFE .......................................................... 34
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I
Infrared window .............................................. 8
Infrared window, remote control ..................... 5
INI.VOL. ....................................................... 34
Initial volume ................................................. 34
Initializing ...................................................... 40
Input assignment ............................................ 34
Input channel and speaker indicators ............... 4
Input channel indicators ................................... 4
Input menu ..................................................... 31
Input rename .................................................. 34
Input selector buttons, remote control ............. 5
Input source indicators ..................................... 4
Input source information ............................... 20
INPUT, front panel .......................................... 3
Installing batteries in the remote control ......... 8
iPod connected, iPod controlling status
message ..................................................... 44
iPod control, Status message ......................... 44
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J
Jazz ................................................................ 25
■
L
LFE indicator ................................................... 4
LFE/Bass out ................................................. 32
Listening to unprocessed input signals .......... 26
Low-frequency effect level ............................ 34
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M
Manual preset tuning ..................................... 28
MANUAL SETUP ........................................ 31
Manual setup .................................................. 31
Manual tuning ................................................ 27
MAX VOL. .................................................... 34
Maximum volume .......................................... 34
MEM.GUARD .............................................. 35
Memory guard ............................................... 35
MEMORY, front panel .................................... 3
MENU, remote control .................................... 5
Movie Dramatic ............................................. 25
Movie Spacious ............................................. 25
MULTI CH IN, remote control ....................... 5
MULTI CH INPUT jacks ................................ 6
Multi channel input setup .............................. 35
Multi-channel sources and sound field
programs with headphones ....................... 26
Multi-information display ................................ 4
Music Disc Listening ..................................... 22
Music Enh. 2ch .............................................. 25
Music Enh. 5ch .............................................. 25
MUTE indicator ............................................... 4
MUTE TYP. .................................................. 34
Mute type ....................................................... 34
MUTE, remote control .................................... 5
Muting the audio output ................................ 19
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N
NIGHT indicator .............................................. 4
Night listening mode ..................................... 19
NIGHT, front panel ......................................... 3
NIGHT, remote control ................................... 5
No BT adapter, Bluetooth status message ..... 44
Numeric buttons, remote control ..................... 5
Index
■
O
Option menu ...................................................31
■
P
Pairing, Bluetooth control ..............................30
PANORAMA .................................................26
Panorama ........................................................26
Parameter initialization ..................................36
PCM indicator ..................................................4
PHONES jack, front panel ...............................3
Placing speakers ...............................................9
Playing video sources in the background .......20
Pop/Rock ........................................................25
PORTABLE (VIDEO AUX) jack,
front panel ...................................................3
Power cable ......................................................6
POWER, remote control ..................................5
PRESET .........................................................40
Preset SCENE templates ................................22
PRESET/TUNING, front panel .......................3
PROG, remote control ......................................5
PROGRAM, front panel ...................................3
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R
Radio Listening ..............................................22
Rear panel .........................................................6
Remote control .................................................5
Resetting the system .......................................40
RETURN, remote control ................................5
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S
■
T
TEST .............................................................. 34
Test tone ......................................................... 34
TONE CONTROL, front panel ....................... 3
Troubleshooting ............................................. 41
Tuner indicators ............................................... 4
TUNING AUTO/MAN’L, front panel ............ 3
Turning off the power .................................... 15
Turning on the power ..................................... 15
TV control buttons, remote control ................. 5
TV Sports ....................................................... 25
TV Sports Viewing ........................................ 22
TV Viewing ................................................... 22
TV/AV POWER, remote control ..................... 5
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U
UNIT .............................................................. 33
Unit ................................................................ 33
Unknown iPod, iPod controlling status
message ..................................................... 44
Using the remote control ................................. 8
Using the VIDEO AUX jacks ........................ 15
Using your headphones .................................. 19
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V
VIDEO (VIDEO AUX) jack, front panel ........ 3
Video cable plugs .......................................... 11
VIDEO jacks .............................................. 6, 11
Video jacks .................................................... 11
Virtual CINEMA DSP ................................... 26
VIRTUAL indicator ......................................... 4
VOLUME +/-, remote control ......................... 5
VOLUME control, front panel ........................ 3
VOLUME level indicator ................................ 4
Volume Trim ................................................. 35
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Z
Zone B ........................................................... 18
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
“ASTANDBY/ON” or
“fDVD” (example) indicates the
name of the parts on the front panel
or the remote control. Refer to
“Functional overview” on page 3.
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English
SCENE ...........................................................21
SCENE 1/2/3/4, front panel .............................3
SCENE 1/2/3/4, remote control .......................5
Searching..., Bluetooth status message ..........44
Selecting audio input jacks .............................18
Selecting preset stations .................................28
Selecting the MULTI CH INPUT
component as the input source ..................18
Selecting the night listening mode .................19
Selecting the SCENE templates .....................21
Set menu .........................................................31
Set this unit to the standby mode ...................15
Setting input source of the customized SCENE
template on the remote control ..................24
Setting remote control codes ..........................39
Setting the speaker impedance .......................40
SIGNAL INFO ...............................................20
Signal information ..........................................31
SILENT CINEMA .........................................26
SILENT CINEMA indicator ............................4
SLEEP indicator ...............................................4
Sleep timer .....................................................20
SLEEP, remote control .....................................5
Sound field programs .....................................25
Sound menu ....................................................31
SP A B indicators .............................................4
SP D.R ............................................................34
SP IMP. ..........................................................40
SP LFE ...........................................................34
Speaker distance .............................................33
Speaker distances ...........................................33
Speaker dynamic range ..................................34
Speaker impedance .........................................40
Speaker level ..................................................33
Speaker LFE ...................................................34
Speaker settings ..............................................32
SPEAKERS terminals ......................................6
SPEAKERS, front panel ..................................3
Specifications .................................................47
STANDBY, remote control .............................5
STANDBY/ON, front panel .............................3
START PAIRING ..........................................36
Start pairing ....................................................36
Straight decoding mode ..................................26
STRAIGHT, front panel ...................................3
STRAIGHT, remote control .............................5
SUBWOOFER OUTPUT jack .........................6
Subwoofer phase ............................................ 33
Supplied accessories ........................................ 2
SUR. LR ........................................................ 32
SUR.DECODE, remote control ....................... 5
Surround left/right speakers ........................... 32
SWFR PHASE ............................................... 33
List of remote control codes
Blu-ray Player
Samsung
2137
CD Player
Yamaha
5000, 5013
CD Recorder
Yamaha
5001
DVD
Acoustic Solutions
2078
Aiwa
2055, 2100
Akai
2096
Akura
2076
Alba
2078, 2086
Apex
2027, 2049
Awa
2078
Axion
2078
Brainwave
2096
Brandt
2073, 2085
Broksonic
2060
Bush
2075, 2078, 2112
Centrex
2077
Classic
2078
Clatronic
2075
Coby
2078
C-Tech
2074
CyberHome
2025, 2079, 2091
Daewoo
2092, 2098
Dansai
2096
Daytek
2080, 2089
DEC
2075
Denon
2030, 2102, 2103
Denver
2075, 2076
Diamond
2074
DK Digital
2094
Dual
2078
D-Vision
2096
DVX
2074
Elta
2096
Euroline
2096
Funai
2052, 2058
Global Solutions2074
Global Sphere 2074
Goodmans
2075, 2077, 2078
Grundig
2077, 2098
H&B
2075
Haaz
2074
HE
2078
Hitachi
2032, 2072
Home Electronics
2078
Innovation
2072
Irradio
2134
JDB
2078
JVC
2033, 2045, 2053,
2073, 2099
Kenwood
2030, 2097
Kingavon
2075
Koda
2075
Lawson
2074
Lenco
2075
LG
2084, 2087
Lifetec
2072
Limit
2074
LogicLab
2074
Luxor
2077
Magnavox
2037, 2073, 2075
Magnum
2072
i
MBO
Medion
Micromaxx
Micromedia
Microstar
Mitsubishi
Mizuda
Mustek
Naiko
Onkyo
Orava
P&B
Pacific
Panasonic
2078
2072
2072
2073
2072
2035
2075
2078
2077
2073, 2135
2075
2075
2074
2030, 2040, 2054,
2057, 2105, 2110
Philips
2019, 2026, 2046,
2073, 2081, 2090
Pioneer
2036, 2082
Proline
2077
Provision
2075
RCA
2031, 2042, 2050,
2051
Red Star
2076
Reoc
2074
Roadstar
2075, 2078, 2086
Rowa
2077
Saba
2085
Sabaki
2074
Samsung
2032, 2041, 2104,
2113
Sansui
2074
Sanyo
2095
ScanMagic
2078
Scientific Labs 2074
Scott
2088
SEG
2074, 2086
Sharp
2034, 2043, 2059,
2093, 2106
Silva
2076
Singer
2074
Skymaster
2074, 2078
Skyworth
2076
SM Electronic 2074, 2078
Sony
2028, 2029, 2039,
2083, 2107
Soundmaster
2074
Soundmax
2074
Standard
2074
Star Cluster
2074
Starmedia
2075
Supervision
2074, 2078
Sylvania
2052, 2058
Synn
2074
TCM
2072
Teac
2074
Tec
2076
Technics
2030
Technika
2096
Technosonic
2096
Tevion
2072, 2074
Thomson
2085, 2109
Tokai
2076
Toshiba
2026, 2044, 2048,
2056, 2073, 2108,
2111
United
2078
Voxson
2078
Wharfedale
2074
Xlogic
2074
Yakumo
2077
Yamada
2077
Yamaha
Yukai
Zenith
2000, 2001, 2003,
2030, 2101
2078
2038, 2047, 2073
DVD Recorder
Apex
JVC
LG
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Sony
Toshiba
Yamaha
Yukai
2024
2070
2071
2020, 2065, 2066,
2067
2019, 2061, 2062,
2063
2021
2018
2022, 2064
2068
2023
2069
DVD/LD
Pioneer
2036
DVD/VCR
JVC
LG
Panasonic
Philips
RCA
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Toshiba
Zenith
1017, 2045
1071, 2087
1020, 1072, 2040,
2105
1025
1022, 2042
1021, 2041, 2104
1023, 1073, 2043,
2106
1019, 1074, 2039,
2107
1024, 1075, 2044,
2108
1026, 2047
DVD/DVR
Panasonic
Pioneer
Samsung
Toshiba
2132
2132
2132
2132
2015, 2016, 2017,
2120
Philips
2117, 2121, 2123,
2128
Pioneer
2012, 2013, 2014
Proscan
2129
RCA
2116, 2124, 2129,
2133
ReplayTV
2118, 2119, 2120
Sharp
2009, 2010
Sonic Blue
2119, 2120
Sony
2005, 2006, 2007,
2122, 2130, 2131,
2132
Stack 10
2132
Stack 9
2132
Systemax
2132
Tagar Systems 2132
Tivo
2116, 2121, 2122,
2123, 2130, 2131
Toshiba
2004, 2125, 2132
Touch
2132
UltimateTV
2133
Viewsonic
2132
Voodoo
2132
Yamaha
2011
ZT Group
2132
HD DVD
Toshiba
2132
2132
2132
2132
2123, 2128, 2129,
2133
DISH Network 2126, 2127
Dishpro
2126
Echostar
2126, 2127
Expressvu
2126
Gateway
2132
GOI
2126
Hewlett Packard 2132
Hitachi
2008
Howard Computers
2132
HTS
2126
Hughes
2123, 2128
Humax
2123
Hush
2132
iBUYPOWER 2132
JVC
2126, 2127
Linksys
2132
Media Center PC
2132
2136
iPod
Yamaha
5011
LD Player
Yamaha
2067
2114
2115
2068
DVR
ABS
Alienware
CyberPower
Dell
DIRECTV
Microsoft
Mind
Niveus Media
Northgate
Panasonic
2002
MD
Yamaha
5002, 5003, 5004
Tape Deck
Yamaha
5005, 5006
Tuner
Yamaha
5007, 5008, 5009,
5010, 5012, 5014,
5015, 5016, 5017,
5018
TV
Acer
Acme
Acura
ADA
ADC
Admiral
Adyson
Agashi
Agazi
AGB
Aiko
Aiwa
0093
0207
0208
0255
0206
0058, 0205, 0206,
0210, 0211
0200, 0207
0200
0206
0204
0127, 0200, 0207,
0208
0028, 0139, 0229,
0237
Akai
Cascade
Cathay
CCE
Celebrity
Centurion
Century
CGE
Cimline
Citizen
0208
0213, 0217
0127
0059
0213, 0217
0205
0214, 0215
0208, 0218
0060, 0061, 0062,
0064
City
0208
Clarivox
0212, 0217
Clatronic
0206, 0207, 0208,
0209, 0213, 0214,
0218
CMS
0200
Colortyme
0060, 0061
Concerto
0060, 0061
Concorde
0208
Condor
0200, 0207, 0213
Contec
0200, 0207, 0208
Contec/Cony 0062
Continental Edison
0216
Cosmel
0208
Craig
0062
Crosley
0205, 0214, 0215
Crown
0062, 0063, 0128,
0208, 0213, 0217
CS Electronics 0200, 0207, 0209,
0214, 0218
CTC
0214
Curtis Mathes 0057, 0060, 0061,
0064, 0065
CXC
0062
Cybertron
0209, 0218
Daewoo
0060, 0061, 0120,
0127, 0155, 0193,
0200, 0207, 0208,
0213, 0218, 0238
Dainichi
0200, 0209, 0218
Dansai
0200, 0206, 0213,
0217
Dantax
0217
Daytron
0060, 0061, 0208
De Graaf
0210
Decca
0204, 0207, 0213,
0217
Desmet
0213, 0217
Diamond
0200
Dimensia
0057
Dixi
0208, 0213, 0217
DTS
0208
Dual
0207, 0215, 0216
Dual-Tec
0207, 0208, 0215
Dumont
0060, 0127, 0205,
0207
Durabrand
0126
Dux
0217
Dynatron
0213, 0217
Elbe
0203, 0204, 0212,
0218
Elbe-Sharp
0204
Elcit
0204, 0205
ELECTRO TECH
0208
Electroband
0059
Electrohome
0059, 0060, 0061
Elin
0200, 0207, 0213,
0217
Elite
0209, 0213, 0218
Elman
0215
Elta
0200, 0208
Emerson
0060, 0061, 0062,
0064, 0128, 0205
Envision
Erres
ESA
Etron
Euro-Feel
Euroline
Euroman
Euromann
Europhon
0060, 0061
0213, 0217
0080
0208
0206
0217
0200
0206, 0207, 0213
0200, 0204, 0207,
0213, 0215
Fenner
0208
Ferguson
0212, 0217, 0226
Fidelity
0200, 0207, 0210
Finlandia
0210
Finlux
0204, 0205, 0207,
0213, 0215, 0217
Firstline
0200, 0207, 0208,
0213, 0214
Fisher
0064, 0127, 0128,
0205, 0207, 0215
Flint
0213, 0218
Formenti
0200, 0205, 0207,
0215, 0217
Formenti-Phoenix
0200
Fortress
0205
Frontech
0206, 0208, 0210,
0211, 0214
Fujitsu
0023, 0024, 0025,
0088, 0127
Funai
0033, 0034, 0035,
0036, 0037, 0062,
0206
Futuretech
0062
Gateway
0094
GBC
0208, 0215, 0218
GE
0057, 0060, 0061,
0122, 0147
GEC
0204, 0207, 0211,
0213, 0217
Geloso
0208, 0210, 0215
General Technic 0208
Genexxa
0209, 0211, 0213,
0218
Gibralter
0060
GoldHand
0200
GoldStar
0060, 0061, 0127,
0128, 0200, 0201,
0207, 0208, 0210,
0213, 0214, 0215,
0217
Goodmans
0171, 0201, 0204,
0206, 0208, 0213,
0217, 0240
GPM
0209, 0218
Graetz
0211
Granada
0204, 0207, 0210,
0213, 0217
Grandin
0208, 0209, 0217
Grundig
0128, 0130, 0222,
0236, 0255
Grunpy
0062
Halifax
0200, 0206, 0207
Hallmark
0060, 0061
Hampton
0200, 0207
Hanseatic
0203, 0207, 0208,
0213, 0215, 0217
Hantarex
0204, 0208
Harvard
0062
HCM
0206, 0207, 0208,
0218
Hifivox
0216
Higashi
0200
Hinari
0208, 0209, 0213,
0217, 0218
Hisawa
Hitachi
0209, 0218
0006, 0014, 0015,
0016, 0042, 0060,
0061, 0095, 0105,
0127, 0156, 0179,
0180, 0204, 0207,
0210, 0211, 0215,
0216, 0251
Hornyphon
0213
Hoshai
0209, 0218
Huanyu
0200, 0207
Hygashi
0200, 0207
Hyper
0200, 0207, 0208,
0214, 0215
Hypson
0206, 0207, 0213,
0217
ICE
0127, 0200, 0206,
0207, 0208, 0209,
0213, 0218
ICeS
0200, 0218
IMA
0062
Imperial
0211, 0213, 0214,
0215
Indiana
0213, 0217
Infinity
0063
Ingelen
0211
Ingersol
0208
Inno Hit
0201, 0204, 0207,
0208, 0209, 0213,
0217, 0218
Innovation
0206, 0208
Interbuy
0208, 0214
Interfunk
0205, 0211, 0213,
0214, 0216, 0217
International
0200
Intervision
0206, 0207, 0218
Irradio
0201, 0208, 0209,
0213, 0217, 0218
Isukai
0209, 0218
ITC
0207, 0215
ITS
0200, 0209, 0213,
0218
ITT
0129, 0208, 0211
ITV
0208, 0217
JBL
0063
JC Penney
0057, 0060, 0061
JCB
0059
Jensen
0060, 0061
JVC
0017, 0018, 0019,
0108, 0136, 0153,
0178, 0190, 0213,
0218
Kaisui
0200, 0207, 0208,
0209, 0218
Kamosonic
0207
Kamp
0200, 0207
Kapsch
0211
Karcher
0207, 0208, 0212,
0217
Kawasho
0059, 0060, 0061,
0200
Kendo
0128, 0210
Kennedy
0215
Kenwood
0060, 0061
Kingsley
0200, 0207
Kloss Novabeam
0062
Kneissel
0203
Kolster
0213
Konka
0209, 0218
Korpel
0213, 0217
Korting
0205
Koyoda
0208
KTV
0062, 0127, 0207
Kyoto
0200, 0212
ii
APPENDIX
0059, 0065, 0127,
0129, 0130, 0200,
0204, 0208, 0209,
0213, 0217, 0218,
0255
Akiba
0209, 0218
Akura
0206, 0209, 0218
Alaron
0200
Alba
0200, 0207, 0208,
0209, 0217, 0218
ALBIRAL
0212
Allstar
0213
Amplivision
0207
Amstrad
0204, 0206, 0208,
0209, 0218
Amtron
0062
Anam
0208
Anam National 0062
Anglo
0208
Anitech
0206, 0208
Ansonic
0203, 0208
AOC
0060, 0061
Apex
0118, 0122, 0132
Arc en Ciel
0216
Arcam
0200
Arcam Delta
0207
Aristona
0213, 0217
ASA
0205, 0211
Asberg
0213
Astra
0208
Asuka
0200, 0206, 0207,
0209, 0218
Atlantic
0200, 0207, 0213,
0217
Atori
0208
Audiosonic
0207, 0208, 0209,
0213, 0216, 0217,
0218
AudioTon
0207
Audiovox
0062
Autovox
0205, 0206, 0207
Awa
0200
Baird
0216
Bang & Olufsen 0205
Basic Line
0208, 0209, 0213,
0218
Bastide
0207
Baur
0217
Beko
0228
Belcor
0060
Bell & Howell 0058, 0064
Benq
0081
Beon
0213, 0217
Bestar
0213
Binatone
0207
Black Star
0214
Blaupunkt
0255
Blue Sky
0209, 0218
Bondstec
0214
Boots
0207
Bradford
0062
Brandt
0216, 0226
Brionvega
0205, 0213, 0217
Britannia
0200, 0207
Brockwood
0060
Broksonic
0138
Bruns
0205
BSR
0215
BTC
0209, 0218
Bush
0177, 0208, 0209,
0210, 0213, 0215,
0216, 0217, 0218,
0230, 0237
Candle
0060, 0061
Capsonic
0206
Lenco
Lenoir
Lesa
Leyco
LG
0208
0207, 0208
0214
0206, 0213, 0217
0016, 0038, 0039,
0127, 0128, 0157,
0158, 0163, 0164,
0166, 0188, 0189,
0200, 0201, 0207,
0208, 0210, 0213,
0214, 0215, 0217
Liesenk
0217
Life
0206, 0208
Lifetec
0206, 0208, 0218
Loewe
0063, 0128, 0203,
0204, 0223, 0227
Loewe Opta
0205, 0213, 0217
Logik
0058
Luma
0210, 0217
Lumatron
0210, 0213, 0217
Lux May
0213
Luxman
0060, 0061
Luxor
0201, 0207, 0210
LXI
0057, 0061, 0063,
0064
Magnadyne
0204, 0205, 0214,
0215, 0217
Magnafon
0200, 0204, 0207
Magnavox
0060, 0061, 0063,
0102, 0103, 0150
Magnum
0206, 0208
Majestic
0058
Mandor
0206
Manesth
0206, 0207, 0213,
0217
Marantz
0060, 0061, 0063,
0090, 0213, 0217
Marelli
0205
Mark
0200, 0213, 0217
Matsui
0204, 0207, 0208,
0210, 0213, 0217
Mediator
0213, 0217
Medion
0206, 0208
Megatron
0061
Melectronic
0200, 0207, 0208,
0211, 0213, 0216,
0217
Memorex
0058, 0061, 0064,
0208
Memphis
0208
Metz
0205
MGA
0060, 0061
Micromaxx
0206, 0208
Microstar
0206, 0208
Minerva
0204
Minoka
0213
Mitsubishi
0006, 0015, 0016,
0048, 0060, 0061,
0104, 0112, 0113,
0125, 0205, 0213
Mivar
0200, 0201, 0202,
0203, 0204, 0207
Montgomery Ward
0058
MTC
0060, 0061, 0128,
0200
Multi System 0217
Multitech
0062, 0127, 0128,
0200, 0207, 0208,
0210, 0214, 0215,
0217
Murphy
0200, 0207
NAD
0061
Naonis
0210
iii
NEC
0026, 0053, 0060,
0061, 0096, 0127
Neckermann
0205, 0207, 0210,
0213, 0217, 0255
NEI
0213, 0217
Nesco
0214
NET-TV
0082, 0101
New Tech
0208, 0213
New World
0209, 0218
Nicamagic
0200, 0207
Nikkai
0200, 0206, 0207,
0209, 0213, 0217,
0218
Nikko
0061
Nobliko
0200, 0207
Nogamatic
0216
Nokia
0129, 0211
Nordmende
0205, 0211, 0213,
0216
Nordvision
0217
Oceanic
0211
Olevia
0084
ONCEAS
0207
Onwa
0062, 0218
Orbit
0213
Orion
0126, 0204, 0208,
0213, 0217, 0235
Orline
0218
Orsowe
0204
Osaki
0127, 0206, 0207,
0209, 0218
Osio
0201
Oso
0209, 0218
Osume
0218
Otto Versand 0204, 0207, 0213,
0215, 0216, 0217,
0255
Pael
0200, 0207
Palladium
0207
Panama
0200, 0206, 0207,
0208
Panasonic
0006, 0007, 0063,
0073, 0074, 0097,
0110, 0114, 0137,
0141, 0151, 0162,
0165, 0186, 0204,
0211, 0244, 0245,
0246, 0254
Pathe Cinema 0200, 0203, 0207,
0212, 0215
Pathe Marconi 0212, 0216
Pausa
0208
Perdio
0200
Philco
0060, 0061, 0063,
0128, 0205, 0214,
0215
Philharmonic 0207
Philips
0040, 0060, 0063,
0072, 0115, 0116,
0124, 0130, 0150,
0175, 0184, 0187,
0205, 0207, 0213,
0215, 0217, 0220,
0221, 0232, 0233,
0252, 0253
Philips Magnavox
0124
Phoenix
0200, 0205, 0213,
0217
Phonola
0200, 0205, 0213,
0217
Pilot
0060
Pioneer
0012, 0013, 0060,
0061, 0098, 0109,
0117, 0128, 0181,
0182, 0194, 0195,
0211, 0213, 0216,
0217, 0250
Plantron
0206, 0213
Polaroid
0075
Poppy
0208
Portland
0060, 0061
Prandoni-Prince 0204, 0210
Precision
0207
Prima
0208, 0211
Profex
0208
Profi-Tronic
0213
Proline
0213
Proscan
0057
Prosonic
0200, 0207, 0217
Protech
0206, 0207, 0208,
0213, 0214, 0215,
0217
Proton
0060, 0061
Provision
0217
Pulsar
0060
Pye
0213, 0217
Pymi
0208
Quasar
0152, 0214
Quelle
0201, 0206, 0207,
0213, 0214, 0215,
0217
Radialva
0218
Radio Shack
0064
Radio Shack/Realistic
0057, 0060, 0061,
0062, 0064
Radiola
0213, 0217
Radiomarelli
0204, 0205, 0214
Radiotone
0213
RCA
0057, 0060, 0061,
0091, 0133, 0135,
0147, 0149
Realistic
0064
Revox
0213, 0217
Rex
0206, 0210, 0211
RFT
0203, 0205
Rhapsody
0200
R-Line
0213, 0217
Roadstar
0206, 0208, 0209,
0218, 0237
Robotron
0205
Rowa
0200
RTF
0205
Saba
0204, 0205, 0211,
0216
saccs
0212
Saisho
0204, 0206, 0207,
0208
Salora
0201, 0204, 0210,
0211, 0215
Sambers
0204
Sampo
0060, 0061, 0083,
0101
Samsung
0029, 0030, 0031,
0032, 0044, 0045,
0046, 0047, 0060,
0061, 0065, 0068,
0069, 0071, 0079,
0087, 0127, 0128,
0130, 0144, 0160,
0161, 0170, 0176,
0183, 0185, 0200,
0201, 0206, 0207,
0208, 0213, 0217,
0239, 0241, 0242,
0243
Sandra
0200, 0207
Sansui
0123, 0126, 0213
Sanyo
0020, 0021, 0022,
0049, 0060, 0064,
0127, 0128, 0200,
0203, 0207, 0215
SBR
0217
SCHAUB LORENTZ
0211
Schneider
0207, 0209, 0213,
0215, 0216, 0217,
0218
Scotch
0061
Scott
0060, 0061, 0062
Sears
0057, 0060, 0061,
0064
SEG
0200, 0206, 0207,
0214, 0215, 0217
SEI
0204
SEI-Sinudyne 0204, 0205, 0211
Seleco
0210, 0211, 0215
Sencora
0208
Sentra
0218
Serino
0200
Sharp
0009, 0010, 0011,
0060, 0061, 0066,
0070, 0087, 0111,
0143, 0145, 0167,
0168, 0169, 0198,
0204, 0224, 0247,
0248, 0249
Shogun
0060
Siarem
0204, 0205, 0215
Sicatel
0212
Siemens
0255
Sierra
0213
Signature
0058
Silva
0200
Singer
0205, 0214, 0215
Sinudyne
0204, 0205, 0215,
0217
Skantic
0211
Solavox
0211
Sonoko
0206, 0207, 0208,
0213, 0217
Sonolor
0211
Sontec
0213, 0217
Sony
0041, 0059, 0067,
0085, 0086, 0174,
0196, 0199, 0208,
0219, 0234
Sound & Vision 0209, 0218
Soundesign
0060, 0061, 0062
Soundwave
0213, 0217
SSS
0060, 0062
Standard
0207, 0208, 0209,
0213, 0218
Starlight
0217
Starlite
0062
Stenway
0218
Stern
0210, 0211
Sunkai
0208, 0218
Sunwood
0208, 0213
Superla
0200, 0204, 0207
SuperTech
0200
Supra
0208
Supreme
0059
Susumu
0209
Sutron
0208
Sydney
0200, 0207
Sylvania
0060, 0061, 0063,
0080, 0134, 0142,
0148
Symphonic
0062, 0080
Sysline
0217
Sytong
0200
Tandy
Weltblick
0213, 0217
Weston
0215
White Westinghouse
0200, 0207, 0217
Yamaha
0000, 0001, 0002,
0003, 0004, 0005,
0060, 0061
Yamishi
0218
Yoko
0200, 0206, 0207,
0208, 0209, 0213,
0217, 0218
Yorx
0209, 0218
Zanussi
0210
Zenith
0058, 0060, 0100,
0105, 0119, 0121,
0154
TV/DVD
Aiwa
Apex
Broksonic
Bush
JVC
Panasonic
RCA
Sylvania
Thomson
Toshiba
0139, 2055
0132, 2049
0138, 2060
0230, 2112
0136, 2053
0137, 0254, 2054,
2110
0133, 0135, 2050,
2051
0134, 2052
0226, 2109
0131, 0231, 2048,
2111
TV/DVD/VCR
Panasonic
Samsung
Sharp
Sylvania
Toshiba
0141, 1040, 2057
0241, 1070, 2113
0143, 1028, 2059
0142, 1041, 2058
0140, 1029, 2056
TV/VCR
Aiwa
Bush
Daewoo
GE
Goodmans
Grundig
Hitachi
JVC
Magnavox
Orion
Panasonic
Philips
Quasar
RCA
Roadstar
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Tatung
Toshiba
Zenith
0237, 1066
0237, 1066
0155, 0238, 1038,
1067
0147, 1030
0240, 1069
0236, 1062
0156, 1039
0153, 1036
0150, 1033
0235, 1065
0151, 1034
0150, 0232, 0233,
1033, 1062, 1063
0152, 1035
0149, 1032
0237, 1066
0144, 0239, 1027,
1068
0145, 1028
0234, 1064
0148, 1031
0237, 1066
0146, 0237, 1029,
1066
0154, 1037
VCR
Admiral
Adventura
Aiwa
Akai
Akiba
Akura
1008, 1013
1005
1005, 1042, 1043,
1044, 1066
1007, 1043
1050
1043, 1050
Alba
American High
Amstrad
Anitech
ASA
Asha
Asuka
1044, 1050
1004
1042
1050
1045, 1046
1002, 1014
1042, 1045, 1046,
1050
Audio Dynamics1000
Audiovox
1003
Baird
1042, 1043, 1047
Basic Line
1044, 1050
Baur
1046
Beaumark
1002, 1014
Bell & Howell 1001
Blaupunkt
1046, 1048
Broksonic
1012, 1013
Bush
1044, 1050, 1066
Calix
1003
Candle
1002, 1003
Canon
1004
CCE
1006
CGE
1042, 1043
Cimline
1044, 1050
Citizen
1002, 1003
Colortyme
1000
Colt
1006
Craig
1002, 1003, 1006,
1014
Crown
1050
Curtis Mathes 1000, 1002, 1004,
1009
Cybernex
1002, 1014
Daewoo
1005, 1038, 1061,
1067
Dansai
1050
Dantax
1044
DBX
1000
De Graaf
1046, 1049
Decca
1042, 1043, 1046
Denon
1010
Dimensia
1009
Dual
1043, 1046
Dumont
1042, 1046, 1047,
1049
Dynatech
1005
Electrohome
1003
Electrophonic 1003
Elta
1050
Emerson
1003, 1004, 1005,
1012, 1013
Etzuko
1050
Ferguson
1043
Fidelity
1042
Finlandia
1046, 1047, 1049
Finlux
1042, 1043, 1046,
1047, 1049
FIRST LINE 1044, 1045, 1049,
1050
Fisher
1001, 1047
Flint
1044
Formenti/Phoenix
1046
Fuji
1004
Fujitsu
1042
Funai
1005, 1042
Galaxy
1042
Garrard
1005
GBC
1050
GE
1002, 1004, 1009,
1014, 1030
GEC
1046
Geloso
1050
General Technic 1044, 1048
Go Video
1014
GoldHand
Goldstar
1050
1000, 1003, 1042,
1045
Goodmans
1042, 1045, 1050,
1069
Gradiente
1005
Graetz
1043, 1047
Granada
1046, 1047, 1049
Grandin
1042, 1045, 1050
Grundig
1046, 1050, 1062
Hanseatic
1045, 1046
Harley Davidson1005
Harman/Kardon 1000
Harwood
1006
HCM
1050
Headquarter
1001
Hinari
1044, 1050
Hisawa
1044
Hitachi
1007, 1010, 1039,
1042, 1043, 1046,
1049
Hughes Network Systems
1010
Hypson
1044, 1050
Imperial
1042
Inno Hit
1046, 1050
Innovation
1044, 1048
Instant Replay 1004
Interbuy
1045
Interfunk
1046, 1047
Intervision
1042
Irradio
1045, 1050
ITT
1043, 1047
ITV
1045
JC Penney
1000, 1001, 1002,
1003, 1004, 1006
JCL
1004
Jensen
1007
JVC
1000, 1001, 1007,
1011, 1017, 1036,
1043
Kaisui
1050
Karcher
1046
Kendo
1044
Kenwood
1000, 1001, 1007,
1011, 1043
KLH
1006
Kodak
1003, 1004
Korpel
1050
Leyco
1050
LG
1003, 1042, 1045,
1071
Lifetec
1044, 1048
Lloyd’s
1005
Loewe
1048
Loewe Opta
1045, 1046
Logik
1006, 1050
Luxor
1047
LXI
1003
M Electronic 1042
Magnasonic
1047
Magnavox
1004, 1018, 1033
Magnin
1003, 1014
Manesth
1050
Marantz
1000, 1001, 1004,
1046, 1051
Marta
1003
Matsui
1044, 1045
Matsushita
1004
Mediator
1046
Medion
1044, 1048
MEI
1004
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APPENDIX
0127, 0207, 0209,
0211, 0218
Tashiko
0200, 0207, 0210
Tatung
0127, 0204, 0207,
0213, 0217, 0237
TCM
0206, 0208
Teac
0127
Tec
0207, 0208, 0214,
0215
Techwood
0060, 0061
Teknika
0058, 0060, 0061,
0062
Teleavia
0216
Telecor
0218
Telefunken
0065, 0213, 0216
Telegazi
0218
Teletech
0208, 0214, 0217
Teleton
0207
Televideon
0200
Tensai
0208, 0209, 0213,
0218
Tesmet
0213
Tevion
0206, 0208
Texet
0200, 0207
Thomson
0191, 0192, 0207,
0213, 0216, 0226
Thorn
0212, 0217
TMK
0060, 0061
Tokai
0213
Tokyo
0200, 0207
Toshiba
0027, 0043, 0053,
0054, 0064, 0078,
0089, 0090, 0106,
0107, 0127, 0131,
0140, 0146, 0159,
0197, 0225, 0231,
0237
Towada
0211, 0215
Transtec
0200
Trident
0204
Tristar
0218
Triumph
0204
Uher
0211, 0213
Ultravox
0200, 0205, 0207,
0214, 0215
United
0217
Universum
0127, 0128, 0129,
0201, 0206, 0213,
0214, 0215, 0217
Univox
0212
Vestel
0210, 0211, 0213,
0214, 0215, 0217
Vexa
0208, 0217
Victor
0213
VIDEOLOGIC 0200
Videologique 0200, 0207, 0209,
0218
Videosat
0214
VideoSystem 0213
Videotechnic 0200
Vidtech
0060, 0061
Viewsonic
0076, 0077, 0092,
0099, 0172, 0173
Visiola
0200, 0207
Vision
0213
Vortec
0213, 0217
Voxson
0205, 0210, 0211,
0213
Waltham
0207, 0212
Wards
0057, 0058, 0060,
0061, 0063
Watson
0213, 0217, 0218
Watt Radio
0200, 0207, 0212,
0215
Wega
0205
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■ Front panel/Face avant
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C
D
E
F
G
H
I
P
VOLUME
SPEAKERS
EDIT
PRESET/TUNING
l
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/TUNING
h
BAND
MEMORY
TUNING AUTO/MAN'L
SCENE
1
PHONES
TONE CONTROL
PROGRAM
l
STANDBY
/ON
4
3
INPUT
STRAIGHT
l
h
VIDEO AUX
NIGHT
h
EFFECT
SILENT CINEMA
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VIDEO
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a
c
b
POWER
POWER
TV
AV
A
B
STANDBY
POWER
C
MUTE
d
e
MD/CD-R TUNER
CD
DVD
DTV/CBL
DVR
V-AUX/DOCK
D
E
AMP
TV INPUT
TV MUTE
1
2
TV CH
f
g
TV VOL
h
SCENE
i
4
MENU
VOLUME
PRESET/CH
ENTER
n
A/B/C/D/E
A/B/C/D/E
j
l
3
k
BAND LEVEL
TITLE
m
P R E S E T/C H
RETURN
DISPLAY
o
REC
p
r
q
t
v
w
PROG
1
ENHANCER SUR.DECODE
2
STRAIGHT
5
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7
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