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Model SR7200 User Guide
AV Surround Receiver
ENGLISH
ITALIANO
WARRANTY
GARANZIA
For warranty information, contact your local Marantz distributor.
RETAIN YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT
Your purchase receipt is your permanent record of a valuable purchase.
It should be kept in a safe place to be referred to as necessary for
insurance purposes or when corresponding with Marantz.
L’apparecchio è coperto da una garanzia di buon funzionamento della
durata di un anno, o del periodo previsto dalla legge, a partire dalla data
di acquisto comprovata da un documento attestante il nominativo del
Rivenditore e la data di vendita. La garanzia sarà prestata con la
sostituzione o la riparazione gratuita delle parti difettose.
Non sono coperti da garanzia difetti derivanti da uso improprio, errata
installazione, manutenzione effettuata da personale non autorizzato o,
comunque, da circostanze che non possano riferirsi a difetti di
funzionamento dell’apparecchio. Sono inoltre esclusi dalla garanzia gli
interventi inerenti l’installazione e l’allacciamento agli impianti di
alimentazione.
Gli apparecchi verranno riparati presso i nostri Centri di Assistenza
Autorizzati. Le spese ed i rischi di trasporto sono a carico del cliente.
La casa costruttrice declina ogni responsabilità per danni diretti o indiretti
provocati dalla inosservanza delle prescrizioni di installazione, uso e
manutenzione dettagliate nel presente manuale o per guasti dovuti ad
uso continuato a fini professionali.
IMPORTANT
When seeking warranty service, it is the responsibility of the consumer
to establish proof and date of purchase. Your purchase receipt or invoice is adequate for such proof.
FOR U.K. ONLY
This undertaking is in addition to a consumer's statutory rights and does
not affect those rights in any way.
FRANÇAIS
GARANTIE
Pour des informations sur la garantie, contacter le distributeur local
Marantz.
PORTUGUÊS
CONSERVER L'ATTESTATION D'ACHAT
L'attestation d'achat est la preuve permanente d'un achat de valeur. La
conserver en lieu sur pour s'y reporter aux fins d'obtention d'une
couverture d'assurance ou dans le cadre de correspondances avec
Marantz.
GARANTIA
IMPORTANT
O recibo é o registo permanente da compra que fez. Deve ser guardado
num local seguro, para ser apresentado em questões relacionadas com
o seguro ou para quando tiver de contactar a Marantz.
Para informações sobre a garantia, contactar o distribuidor Marantz local.
GUARDAR O RECIBO DE COMPRA
Pour l'obtention d'un service couvert par la garantie, il incombe au client d'établir la preuve de l'achat et d'en corroborer la date. Le reçu ou la
facture constituent des preuves suffisantes.
IMPORTANTE
Quando procurar assisténcia técnica ao abrigo da garantia, é da
responsabilidade do consumidor estabelecer a prova e data de compra.
O recibe é prova adequada.
DEUTSCH
GARANTIE
Bei Garantiefragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Marantz-Händler.
SVENSKA
HEBEN SIE IHRE QUITTING GUT AUF
GARANTI
Die Quittung dient Ihnen als bleibende Unterlage für Ihren wertvollen
Einkauf Das Aufbewahren der Quittung ist wichtig, da die darin
enthaltenen Angaben für Versicherungswecke oder bei Korrespondenz
mit Marantz angeführt werden müssen.
För information om garantin, kontakta Marantz lokalagent.
SPAR KVITTOT
Kvittot är ett inköpsbevis på en värdefull vara. Det skall förvaras säkert
och hänvisas till vid försäkringsfall eller vidkorrespondens mod Marantz.
WICHTIG!
Bei Garantiefragen muß der Kunde eine Kaufunterlage mit Kaufdatum
vorlegen. Ihren Quittung oder Rechnung ist als Unterlage ausreichend.
VIKTIGT
Fö att garantin skall gälla är det kundens sak att framställa bevis och
datum om köpet. Kvitto eller faktura är tillräokligt bevis fö detta.
NEDERLANDS
DANSK
GARANTIE
Voor inlichtingen omtrent garantie dient u zich tot uw plaatselijke Marantz.
GARANTI
UW KWITANTIE, KASSABON E.D. BEWAREN
Henvend dem til Deres MARANTZ-forhandler angående inrformation om
garantien.
Uw kwitantie, kassabon e.d. vormen uw bewijs van aankoop van een
waardevol artikel en dienen op een veilige plaats bewaard te worden
voor evt, verwijzing bijv, in verbend met verzekering of bij correspondentie
met Marantz.
GEM DERES KVITTERING
Deres købskvittering er Deres varige bevis på et dyrt køb. Den bør
gemmes godt og anvendes som bevis, hvis De vil tegne en forsikring,
eller hvis De kommunikerer med Marantz.
BELANGRIJK
Bij een evt, beroep op de garantie is het de verantwoordelijkheid van de
consument een gedateerd bewijs van aankoop te tonen. Uw kassabon
of factuurzijn voldoende bewijs.
VIGTIGT
Det påhviler forbrugeren at skaffe bevis for købet og købsdatoen, hvis
han eller hun ønsker garantiservice. Deres købskvittering eller faktura er
et fuldgyldigt bevis herpå.
ESPAÑOL
GARANTIA
Para obtener información acerca de la garantia póngase en contacto
con su distribuidor Marantz.
GUARDE SU RECIBO DE COMPRA
Su recibo de compra es su prueba permanente de haber adquirido un
aparato de valor, Este recibo deberá guardarlo en un lugar seguro y
utilizarlo como referencia cuando tenga que hacer uso del seguro o se
ponga en contacto con Marantz.
IMPORTANTE
Cuando solicite el servicio otorgado por la garantia el usuario tiene la
responsabilidad de demonstrar cuá¥do efectuó la compra. En este caso,
su recibo de compra será la prueba apropiada.
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English
The SR7200 is in conformity with the EMC directive and low-voltage directive.
Français
Le SR7200 est conforme à la directive EMC et à la directive sur les basses tensions.
Deutsch
Das Modell SR7200 entspricht den EMC-Richtlinien und den Richtlinien für Niederspannungsgeräte.
Nederlands
De SR7200 voldoet aan de EMC eisen en de vereisten voor laag-voltage.
Español
El SR7200 está de acuerdo con las normas EMC y las relacionadas con baja tensión.
Italiano
Il SR7200 è conforme alle direttive CEE ed a quelle per i bassi voltaggi.
Português
O SR7200 conforma com as diretrizes EMC e de baixa voltagem.
Svenska
SR7200 är tillverkad i enlighet med EMC direktiven och direktiven för lågvoltsutrusning.
Dansk
Model SR7200 er i overensstemmelse med EMC-direktiveet og direktivet om lavspænding.
English
To ventilate the unit, do not install the unit in a rack or bookshelf, and
note the followings.
- Do not touch the top of the enclosure during operation.
- Do not block the openings in the enclosure during operation.
- Do not insert objects beneath the unit.
- Do not block the ventilation slots at the top of the unit.
Do not place anything about 1 meter above the top panel.
- Make a space of about 0.2 meter around the unit.
Italiano
Perch é l'unità possa essere sempre ben ventilata, non installarla in
scaffali o librerie e tenere presente quanto segue.
- Non toccare la par te superiore del rivestimento durante il
funzionamento.
- Non bloccare le aperture sul rivestimento durante il funzionamento.
- Non inserire oggetti al di sotto dell'unità.
- Non bloccare le fessure di ventilazione sopra l'unità.
Non posare nulla per circa un metro sopra il pannello superiore.
- Lasciare 0,2 metro liberi tutto intorno l'unità.
Français
Pour que l'appareil puisse être correctement ventilé, ne pas l'installer
dans un meuble ou une bibliothèque et respecter ce qui suit.
- Ne pas toucher le dessus du coffret.
- Ne pas obstruer les ouïes de ventilation du coffret pendant le
fonctionnement.
- Ne placer aucun objet sous l'appareil.
- Ne pas obstruer les ouães de ventilation du panneau supérieur. Ne
placer aucun objet à moins d'un mètre environ du panneau supérieur.
- Veiller à ce qu'aucun objet ne soit à moins de 0,2 mètre des côtés de
l'appareil.
Português
Para ventilar o aparelho, não instalá-lo dentro duma estante ou algo
similar, e observar as seguintes recomendações:
- Não tocar a parte superior do aparelho durante a operação.
- Não bloquear as aberturas do aparelho durante a operação.
- Não insertar objectos debaixo do aparelho.
- Não bloquear as aberturas de ventilação na parte de cima do
aparelho. Deixar um espaço completamente livre de cerca de 1 metro
acima do painel superior.
- Deixar um espaço de cerca de 0,2 metro ao redor do aparelho.
Deutsch
Um eine einwandfreie Belüftung des Geräts zu gewährleisten, darf das
Gerät nicht in einem Gestell oder Bücherregal aufgestellt werden; die
folgenden Punkte sind besonders zu beachten:
- Während des Betriebs das Oberteil des Gehäuses nicht berühren.
- Während des Betriebs die Öffnungen im Gehäuse nicht blockieren.
- Keine Gegenstände in das Gerät einführen.
- Die Belüftungsschlitze an der Oberseite des Geräts dürfen nicht
blockiert werden. Darauf achten, daß über dem Gerät ein Freiraum
von mindestens 1 meter vorhanden ist.
- Auf allen Geräteseiten muß ein Zwischenraum von ungefähr 0,2 meter
vorhanden sein.
Svenska
För att ventilera enheten, ställ den inte i ett ställ eller bokhylla och tänk
på följande.
- Vidrör inte ytterhöljets ovansida under pågående drift.
- Blockera inte öppningarna i ytterhöljet under pågående drift.
- Stick inte in föremål under enheten.
- Blockera inte ventialtionshålen ovanpå enheten.
Placera inte någonting närmare än 1 meter ovanför apparaten eller
enheten.
- Se till att det finns omkring 0,2 meter fri plats runt omkring enheten.
Nederlands
Installeer het toestel niet in een rek of boekenkast waar de ventilatie
mogelijk wordt gehinderd. Let tevens op de volgende punten:
- Raak de bovenkant van het toestel niet aan als het in gebruik is.
- Blokkeer de openingen van het toestel niet als het in gebruik is.
- Plaats geen onderwerpen onder het toestel.
- Blokkeer de ventilatie-openingen aan de bovenkant van het toestel
niet. Zorg dat er tenminste 1 meter vrije ruimte boven het toestel is.
- Zorg dat er 0,2 meter vrije ruimte rond het toestel is.
Dansk
Anbring ikke apparatet i et rack eller en boghylde, da dette kan bloke
luftcirkulationen omkring apparatet. Iagttag ligeledes følgende:
- Berør ikke oversiden af kabinettet under anvendelsen.
- Bloker ikke åbningerne i kabinettet under anvendelsen.
- Stik ikke genstande ind under apparatet.
- Bloker ikke ventilationsåbningerne ovenpå apparatet.
Anbring ikke noget nærmere end 1 m over apparatets overside,
- Sørg for, at der er et frit område på omkring 0,2 m omkring apparatet.
Español
Para ventilar la unidad no la instale en una estantería ni estante para
libros, y tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:
- No toque la parte superior de la caja durante el funcionamiento.
- No tape las ranuras en la caja durante el funcionamiento
- No ponga objetos debajo de la unidad.
- No tape las ranuras de ventilación de la parte superior de la unidad.
No ponga nada a menos de 1 metro por encima del panel superior.
- Deje un espacio de unos 0,2 metro alrededor de la unidad.
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FOREWORD .................................................................................................................................................................... 2
PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 3
FEATURES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
FRONT PANEL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................ 4
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS ....................................................................................................................................... 5
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC7200SR ........................................................................................................................... 8
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
SET-UP ............................................................................................................................................................................ 9
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................................. 9
OSD MAIN MENU .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
SYSTEM SETUP .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
SPEAKERS SETUP ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
SURROUND MODE ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
MULTI ROOM SETUP ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
BASIC OPERATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 13
LISTENING TO THE TUNER .................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
RDS OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
PLAYBACK OPERATION ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
OTHER FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER ............................................................................................................................................................................... 15
TV AUTO ON/OFF FUNCTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
ON SCREEN DISPLAY INFOMATION .......................................................................................................................... 16
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC7200SR ......................................................................................................................... 18
MAIN FEATURES & FUNCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
NAMES OF PARTS & FUNCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
BATTERY LIFE ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
NUMBER OF LEARNABLE CODES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 26
JOG DIAL COMMAND FUNCTIONS LISTING ...................................................................................................................................................... 27
SURROUND MODES .................................................................................................................................................... 28
TROUBLE SHOOTING .................................................................................................................................................. 30
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ENGLISH
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ENGLISH
FOREWORD
PRECAUTIONS
This section must be read before any connection is made to the mains
supply.
The following precautions should be taken when operating the
equipment.
WARNINGS
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
When siting the equipment ensure that:
— the ventilation holes are not covered;
— air is allowed to circulate freely around the equipment
— it is on a vibration free-surface;
— it will not be exposed to interference from an external source;
— it will not be exposed to excessive heat, cold, moisture or dust;
— it will not be exposed to direct sunlight;
— it will not be exposed to electrostatic discharges
Never place heavy objects on the equipment.
If a foreign body or water does enter the equipment, contact your
nearest dealer or service centre.
Do not pull out the plug by pulling on the mains lead, hold the plug.
It is advisable when leaving the house, or during a thunderstorm, to
disconnect the equipment from the mains supply.
Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the cover from the equipment.
Do not push anything inside the equipment through the ventilation
holes.
Do not handle the mains lead with wet hands.
EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING
Your Marantz product has been prepared to comply with the
household power and safety requirements that exist in your area.
SR7200 can be powered by 230 V AC only.
IMPORTANT: (FOR UK VERSION)
This apparatus is fitted with an approved moulded 13 Amp plug.
To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. Fix new fuse which should be a BS1362 13A, A.S.T.A. or BSI
approved type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut
off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 13A. If a
plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board should
not be greater than 5A.
PRECAUTIONS IN CONNECTION
• Be sure to unplug the power cable from the AC outlet or turn off the
POWER switch before proceeding with any connection.
• Connect one cable at a time observing the “input” and “output”.
This will avoid any cross connection between channels and signal
inputs and outputs.
• Insert the plugs securely. Incomplete connection may result in
noise.
• Prior to connecting other audio and video equipment to the SR7200,
please read their owner’s manuals.
Note:
The severed plug must be destroyed to avoid a possible shock
hazard should it be inserted into a 13A socket elsewhere.
HOW TO CONNECT A PLUG
INSTALLATION
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
BLUE—“NEUTRAL” (“N”)
BROWN—“LIVE” (“L”)
1. The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter “N” or coloured BLACK.
2. The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter “L” or coloured RED.
3. Do not connect either wires to the earth terminal in the plug which
is marked by the letter “E” or by the safety earth symbol or
coloured green or green-and-yellow.
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is
clamped over the sheath of the lead — not simply over the two wires.
If this unit or another electronic device incorporating a microcomputer
is used at the same time with the tuner or television, picture
disturbance or noise may occur. In such a case, install the unit
according to the following guide points.
• Separate the unit as far as possible from the television.
• Place the antenna wire for the tuner or TV apart from the power
cable and audio and video connection cables of this unit.
• Since the phenomenon is likely to occur when using an indoor
antenna and/or 300-ohm feeder wire, we recommend using an
outdoor antenna and 75-ohm coaxial cable.
COPYRIGHT
Recording and playback of any material may require consent. For
further information refer to the following:
— Copyright Act 1956
— Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958
— Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972
— any subsequent statutory enactments and orders
ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE
Refer to the figures on page iii of this user guide. The numbers on the
figures correspond to those in the text. All references to the
connections and controls that are printed in BOLD type are as they
appear on the unit.
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FEATURES
Thank you for purchasing the Marantz SR7200 DTS/Dolby Digital
Surround receiver.
This remarkable component has been engineered to provide you with
many years of home theater enjoyment.
Please take a few minutes to read this manual thoroughly before you
connect and operate the SR7200.
As there are a number of connection and configurations options, you
are encouraged to discuss your own particular home theater setup
with your Marantz A/V specialist dealer.
• Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound decoding, plus Dolby Pro
LogicII decoding, Circle Surround and a variety of additional
surround modes.
• 6.1 mode reproduces the original 6.1 channel soundfield by
extracting the surround back signal from surround left and surround
right channels.
• 192 kHz/ 24 bit decoding for highest possible fidelity and bandwidth,
and high-resolution playback of 192 kHz/ 24 bit PCM audio sources.
• 110 watts to each of the six main channels; the power amp section
features advanced, premium high-storage power supply capacitors,
and fully discrete output stages housed in cast aluminum heat sinks.
• 6.1 channel pre-amp outputs for connection to external components
such as a subwoofer and external power amplifiers.
• Seven-channel direct inputs accommodate future surround sound
formats or an external digital decoder.
• 5 Digital inputs, for connection to other sources, such as DVD, DSS,
CD, CD-R or MD.
• 2 Digital outputs for connection to CD-R or MD.
• High-quality AM (MW/LW) /FM tuner with 30 station presets.
• Source Direct switch bypasses, tone controls and bass management
for purest audio quality.
• S-video and composite video switching .
• On- Screen- Display with both Composite and “S” video.
• Front panel A/V inputs, with S-video .
• Easy to use, on-screen menu.
• Multi-room capability offers independent control of a second room
audio and video system.
• Supplied with RC7200SR Programmable Learning Remote Control.
• Radio Data System (RDS) provides information on FM broadcasts.
DESCRIPTION
DTS was introduced in 1994 to provide 5.1 channels of discrete digital
audio into home theater systems.
DTS brings you premium quality, discrete multi-channel digital sound
to both movies and music.
DTS is a multi-channel sound system designed to create full range
digital sound reproduction.
The no compromise DTS digital process sets the standard of quality
for cinema sound by delivering an exact copy of the studio master
recordings to neighborhood and home theaters.
Now, every moviegoer can hear the sound exactly as the moviemaker
intended.
DTS can be enjoyed in the home for either movies or music on DVD’s,
LD’s, and CD’s.
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Dolby Digital lets you enjoy Digital TV, Digital Satellite as well as DVD, LD
software in digital surround, which is the next step above Dolby Pro Logic.
In Comparison with Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital can provide
separate left surround and right surround channels, for more precise
localization of sound and a more convincing, realistic ambience.
And, with Dolby Digital all five main channels can be full ranged and a
subwoofer can be added to each channel, if desired.
By providing up to 5.1 channels of digital audio independently. Dolby
Digital lets you enjoy better sound quality and more powerful presence
than conventional Dolby Surround.
Pro Logic II, the next generation in Dolby Surround Pro Logic
technology, brings the excitement of surround sound to any existing
stereo mix, while making existing Dolby Surround mixes sound more
like discrete 5.1-channel surround sound. It works with CDs, VHS
tapes and TV shows, and MP3 files and radio broadcasts-converting
all of these source to surround sound, without the artifacts by other
matrix-decoding technologies.
Circle Surround is backward compatible, such that surround playback
is possible from any stereo or passive matrix-encoded material.
Five full-bandwidth, discrete channels of information can be extracted
from an enormous library of material not multi-channel encoded.
These sources include many of today’s DVDs and laser discs, as well
as most all video tape, VCD, Compact Disc, radio and television
broadcast material.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS”, “ES” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
Circle Surround and the
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
Circle Surround technology is incorporated under license from SRS
Labs, Inc.
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INTRODUCTION
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i S. ( Source) DIRECT button
FRONT PANEL FEATURES (SEE
PAGE iii.)
When this button is pressed, the tone control circuit is bypassed as
well as Bass Management.
Notes:
The surround mode is automatically switched to AUTO when the
source direct function is turned on.
Additionally, Speaker Configurations are fixed automatically as follow.
Front SPKR = Large
Center SPKR = Large
Surround SPKR = Large
Surround Center SPKR = Yes
Sub woofer = Yes
q POWER switch and STANDBY indicator
Press the button to turn the power ON, and press again to turn it OFF.
If the POWER switch is in the ON position, the power of this unit can
be turned ON/OFF by pressing the POWER button on the remote
control unit.
When this unit is in the standby mode with the POWER switch set to
the ON position, pressing one of the FUNCTION SELECTOR buttons
also allows to turn the power on.
The STANDBY indicator lights up when this unit is the standby mode
(power OFF) by the remote control unit.
o SLEEP button
Set the sleep timer function with this button .
w PHONES jack for stereo headphones
Conventional dynamic headphones can be plugged in here.
!0 DIMMER button
Notes:
When using headphones, turn off the speakers system A and B
with SPEAKERS buttons. The surround mode is switched automatically to STEREO.
When this button is pressed once, the display is dimmed.
When this button is pressed twice, the display is turned off and
“DISPLAY OFF” indicator lights up.
Press this button again to turn the display ON again.
e SURROUND MODE Selector knob
!1 MULTI (Multi Room) button
Press this button to switch the unit to multi room mode. “MULTI
ROOM” indicator lights up.
When this knob is turned, the surround mode is switched in the
following sequence.
AUTO
STEREO
6CH STEREO
VIRTUAL
MATRIX
DTS
STADIUM
DOLBY PL II
MOVIE
HALL
!2 MUTE button
Press this button to mute the output to the speakers. Press it again to
return to the previous volume level.
!3 CLEAR button
Press this button to cancel the station memory setting mode or preset
scan tuning.
DOLBY PL II
DOLBY
6.1CH
CS 5.1
MOVIE
MUSIC
PRO LOGIC
SURROUND
Note:
Not all modes will be present if an analog input is selected.
!4 MEMORY button
Press this button to enter the tuner preset memory numbers and
station names.
r VOLUME control knob
Adjusts the overall sound level. Turning the control clockwise
increases the sound level.
!5 TUNING / PRESET UP and DOWN buttons
During reception of AM (MW/LW) or FM, you can scan the other
frequencies or select another preset station pressing these buttons.
t FUNCTION SELECTOR buttons (AUDIO/
VIDEO)
!6 FREQUENCY / PRESET button
These buttons are used to select the sources.
The video function selector, such as TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS/VCR2 and
AUX, selects video and audio simultaneously.
Audio function sources such as CD, TAPE, CD-R/MD and TUNER
may be selected in conjunction with a Video source.
This feature (Sound Injection) combines a sound from one source with
a picture from another.
Choose the video source first, and then choose a different audio
source to activate this function.
During reception of AM (MW/LW) or FM, you can change the function
of the UP/DOWN buttons for scanning frequencies or selecting preset
stations by pressing this button.
!7 FM MODE button
Press this button to select the auto stereo mode or mono mode when
the FM band is selected. The AUTO indicator lights in the auto stereo
mode.
y 7CH INPUT button
!8 INFRARED SENSOR window
Press this button to select the output of an external multi channel decoder.
This window receives infrared signals from the remote control unit.
u A/D (Analog/Digital) SELECTOR button
!9 SPEAKERS buttons
This is used to select between the analog and digital inputs.
Press these buttons to select speakers systems A and/or B.
Note:
This button is not used for an input source that is not connected to
a digital input.
@0 AUX input jacks
These auxiliary video/audio input jacks accept the connection of a
camcorder, portable VCR, etc.
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Connect to these outputs to the component video inputs of a video
projector or monitor. When a source connected to one of the two
component video inputs is selected the signal will be sent to these
jacks.
All connections to the rear panel should be made with the entire
system powered off.
To avoid errors, it is advisable to connect one cable at a time between
the various components.
¡2 SPEAKER SYSTEMS A terminals
FRONT Left & Right speakers output terminals
Connect to the front left & right speakers.
CENTER speaker output terminals
Connect to the center speaker.
SURROUND Left & Right speakers output terminals
Connect to the surround (rear) left & right speakers.
SURROUND Center speakers output terminals
Connect to the surround center speakers.
a FM antenna terminal (75 ohms)
Connect an external FM antenna with a coaxial cable, or a cable
network FM source.
AM antenna and ground terminals
Connect the supplied AM loop antenna. Use the terminals marked
“AM” and “GND”.
The supplied AM loop antenna will provide good AM reception in most
areas.
Position the loop antenna until you hear the best reception.
¡3 SPEAKER SYSTEMS B terminals
FRONT Left & Right speakers output terminals
Connect to the front left & right speakers.
s PRE OUT jacks
Notes:
When you use the speaker systems A and B simultaneously, the
connected speakers which are impeadance 12 to 16 ohms must be
used.
Jacks for Front - L/R, Center,Surround and Surround center.
Use these jacks for connection to an external power amplifier.
d SUB WOOFER output jack
Connect to the input jack(s) of the power amplifier for subwoofer
channel or powered subwoofer.
¡4 7 CH INPUT jacks
f DC control output 1 & 2
¡5 DIGITAL outputs
Connect a device that needs to be triggered by DC under certain
conditions (screen, power strip, etc…) Use the system setup menu (3/
3) to determine the conditions by which these jacks will be active.
Optical and Coaxial
Connect digital input of your digital recording equipment.
Note:
This output voltage is for (status) control only, It is not sufficient for
drive capability.
¡6 DIGITAL inputs
Connect to the outputs of an external multichannel decoder.
Dig.1,2 (Optical) and Dig. 3, 4, 5 (Coaxial)
Connect each input to the digital output of your source equipment.
Use the system setup menu to assign digital input to appropriate
source. (see page. 10)
g MULTI OUT jacks (Audio)
Connect to the input jacks of the amplifier used to drive the speakers
in another room (Second zone).
Note :
The coaxial connections are not for AC-3 RF from the LD player, If
you want to decode this type of signal, an external demodulator
must be used.
h Analog audio outputs for audio source
equipment
¡7 REMOTE CONT. IN/OUT terminals
TAPE and CD-R/MD
Connect each output to the audio inputs (REC in) of your recording
equipment.
Connect to a Marantz component equipped with remote control (RC5) terminals.
j Analog audio inputs
¡8 MULTI ROOM REMOTE I/O terminals
CD, TAPE, and CD-R/MD
Connect the audio outputs of your source components to the input
jacks on the receiver.
IN :
Connect to multi-room remote control device, available from
your Marantz dealer.
OUT : Connect to the Marantz component equipped with remote
control (RC-5) terminals in another room (Second zone).
k Video outputs
¡9 Analog audio outputs for video source
equipment
VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each output to the video input (REC in) of your video
recording equipment.
VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each output to the audio inputs (REC in) of your video
recording equipment.
l MULTI OUT jack (Video)
Connect to the input jack of the TV monitor in another room (Second
zone).
™0 Analog audio inputs for video source
equipment
¡0 TV MONI. (VIDEO/S-VIDEO) output jacks
TV, DVD, VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the audio outputs of your video source
equipment.
Connect the TV MONI jack to your TV’s video input (VIDEO IN) jack.
You can connect your video equipment with S-VIDEO jacks if
possible, or the composite VIDEO jacks.
You must use the same type of connection from your video player into
the receiver, and out of the receiver into your TV.
Both must be composite video or both must be S-Video. You cannot
convert a signal from one type to the other.
When you connect to S-video connections, there will be no signal
output from the composite video jacks.
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¡1 COMPONENT VIDEO outputs
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
(SEE PAGE iii.)
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™1 Video inputs
Ex: TV, DVD, VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the video outputs of your video source
equipment.
™2 S-video inputs
Ex: TV,DVD, VCR1,and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the S-video outputs of your video source
equipment.
™3 COMPONENT VIDEO inputs
Ex: DVD,and DSS/VCR2
Connect to the Y/Cr/Cb component video outputs of each your video
product to these jacks.
™4 AC OUTLET
Connect the power cables of components such as a DVD or CD player
to this outlet.
This provides power only when the SR7200 is turned on and is useful
for components which you use every time you play your system.
Caution:
In order to avoid potential turn-off thumps, anything plugged in
here should be powered up BEFORE the SR7200 is turned on.
™5 Power cable
Connect to AC power outlet.
SR7200 can be powered by 230V AC only.
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REMOTE CONTROL BUS CONNECTIONS
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This unit is equipped with a remote control function.
By connecting this unit’s remote control jacks to a Marantz CD player
or tape deck equipped with remote control (RC-5) jacks, it allows
system remote control to operate.
Connect REMOTE CONTROL OUT jack of SR7200 to REMOTE
CONT. IN of other Marantz equipment, i.e. CD player or tape deck, by
using an RCA pin cable.
Note:
If a component equipped with remote control (RC-5) jacks has an
INT/EXT switch on the rear panel, set the switch to EXT when using
the system control function.
(Connection example)
SR7200 rear panel
CD player rear panel
Tape deck rear panel
REMOTE
CONT.
REMOTE
CONT.
MULTI
REMOTE
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
OUT
REMOTE CONTROL
CONNECTION FOR A SUBWOOFER
L
DIGITAL
IN / OUT
R
L
R
MULTI
ROOM
L
R
PRE
OUT
CD
OUT
CDR
/ MD
FRONT
CDR
/ MD
DIG - 5 IN
ANTENNA
SURR.
CTRL
1
OUT
TAPE
CTRL
2
OUT
TAPE
OUT
DIG - 4 IN
SURR.
CENTER
CENTER
AM
L
DIG - 3 IN
SUB
WOOFER
R
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
VCR1
VCR1
DIG.OUT COAX
GND
OUT
SURR.
CENTER
DSS /
VCR2
DSS /
VCR2
MULTI
TV
DIG - 2 IN
FM
(75Ω)
SURR.
DIG - 1 IN
FRONT
DVD
REMOTE
7CH
INPUT
Use this connection when using
a sub-woofer speaker.
You can also connect a powered
subwoofer.
L
DIG.OUT OPT
R
IN
OUT
REMOTE CONTROL
IN
AUDIO
LINE IN
Subwoofer speaker
REMOTE CONT.
INPUT
IN
INVERT
OUTPUT
OUT
VIDEO/
5-13VDC
Powered subwoofer
EXT.CONT.IN
Other Marantz
Equipment (RC-5)
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SPEAKER SYSTEM
8 OHMS
Marantz MA6100
power amplifier
Controlling the power ON/OFF of a power amplifier connected to
the SR7200 through Marantz remote control
1. Now the MA6100 can be turned ON / OFF in synchronism with the
power ON / OFF of the SR7200.
Notes:
n Be sure to connect the remote control bus before the procedure
above.
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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC7200SR
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
This chapter describes the functions which need to control the
SR7200. See page 18 and following pages to refer other function of
the RC7200SR.
1. Remote control
The distance between the transmitter of the remote control unit and the
IR SENSOR of the SR7200 should be less than about 5 meters. If the
transmitter is pointed to a direction other than the IR SENSOR or if
there is an obstacle between them, remote control may not be possible.
c POWER ON and OFF
These two buttons are use for turning on or off SR7200.
Remote-controllable range
b LCD
SR7200
Used to display information about currently selected modes and
functions.
n Jog Dial control
Rotate this dial to select commands displayed on the LCD for each
function. (see page 27)
Refer to follow.
Function Jog Dial command
AMP
1 A/D
2 ATT
3 NIGHT
4 MR-ON
5 MR-OF
6 7-DIR
7 TRB+
8 TRB9 BAS+
0 BASTUNER 1 FM
2 AM
3 LW
4 T-MOD
5 SCAN
⊗ 6 STM
7 F-DIR
8 PTY
9 DISP
⊗ 0 DWR
A
Note
switches analog/digital input
switches attenuator for analog input
selects NIGHT mode for Dolby Digital
turns multi-room mode on
turns multi-room mode off
activates 7-channel input
increases treble
decreases treble
increases bass
decreases bass
FM band
AM/MW band
Long Wave band
mono/stereo mode selector
programmed preset channel scan
selects station mode
inputs a frequency directly
selects PTY function
selects display function
selects DSR wave range
o
ppr
x. 5
m
60°
Remote control unit (RC7200SR)
2. Loading batteries
The life of the batteries used with the remote control unit is about 4
months with normal use. Also be sure to replace batteries earlier when
you notice that they are getting weak.
(1) Remove the back cover.
The marked “⊗” commands are not used for SR7200.
m ENT buttons
Press this button to enter the selected command by the Jog Dial.
(2) Insert the new batteries (AA type) with correct (+) and (–)
polarity.
, FUNCTION buttons
Press one of these buttons twice within 2 seconds to select the input
function of SR7200.
Press one of these buttons once to change the state of remote
commander.
. VOLUME
up /
down buttons
These buttons are used to raise and lower the SR7200’s volume level.
⁄0 CURSOR buttons
The cursor buttons can be used to navigate within on-screen menus of
SR7200.
⁄2 Channel
up /
(3) Close until it clicks.
down buttons
Used to controls the up/down function of tuner, or allows one to cycle
through the tuner presets.
⁄3 MUTE button
This button can be used to mute the sound temporarily.
⁄5
CLEAR button
This button is used to cancel certain memory or programming
operations.
⁄6 MEMO button
This button is used to enter the tuner preset memory numbers and
station names.
⁄7 TEN KEYPAD
They are useful for tuning a pre-set radio station and setting a station
name.
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SET-UP
After all components are connected, initial setup must be performed.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU SYSTEM
The SR7200 incorporates an on-screen menu system, which makes
various operations possible by using the cursor (<, >, ^, v) and OK
buttons on the remote controller.
The settings made with these buttons are also shown in the on-screen
display.
OSD MAIN MENU
SURROUND MODE
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
MULTI ROOM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP 1/3
SYSTEM SETUP 2/3
SYSTEM SETUP 3/3
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SPEAKER SETUP 1/3 SPKR SIZE
SPEAKER SETUP 2/3 SPKR DISTANCE
SPEAKER SETUP 3/3 SPKR LEVEL
SYSTEM SETUP 2/3 (SELECTING THE DIGITAL INPUT)
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OSD MAIN MENU
1.
2.
Five digital inputs can be assigned for the desired source.
Use this menu to determine which source is connected to which input.
Press the AMP button ,.
Press OK button ⁄0 to display the “MAIN MENU” of the on-screen
display menu.
Choose a desired item in the contents with ^ or v button, and
press the OK button to select.
Display will change to menu for each item.
Example;
When the digital output of a DVD player is connected to Digital 4 (input
jack) of the SR7200;
1. Move the cursor on the line of the DVD with cursor buttons ^ or v.
2. Press the the cursor < or > button until “DIG4” is displayed.
3. Press the OK button to chose.
4. If you desire to continue the next setup, press the OK button on
NEXT-SETUP.
If you desire to exit from OSD menu system, press the OK button
on EXIT.
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP 1/3
Notes:
The TUNER, VCR1, TAPE and AUX are assigned to the analog
input, and are prevented from selecting any digital input.
While the DTS-LD or DTS-CD is playing, this setup is not available,
this is to avoid noise being generated from the analog input. Stop
the LD or CD playback to setup.
The SR7200 does not switch from digital input to analog input or
vice versa automatically.
In the event that both digital and analog inputs are connected to
SR7200, if you desire to switch to an analog input temporarily, you
can switch by pressing the A/D button u.
7CH-INPUT : The 7 channel input of the SR7200 can be
selected to use a 7channel input. Select 7
channel use by < or > button.
TV AUTO : This product is equipped with a TV-auto ON/
OFF system, which automatically turns on or off
the power 1 second to 5 minutes after the TV
video input signal has been sent or has been
stopped.
Switch the TV AUTO ON/OFF function to enable
or disable with < or > button.
To use this function, connect the TV video input
to TV tuner’s video output.
NEXT SETUP/EXIT :If you desire to continue the next setup ,press
the OK button on NEXT-SETUP, if you desire to
exit from OSD menu system, press the OK
button on EXIT.
SYSTEM SETUP 3/3 (DC CONTROL OUTPUT)
SR7200 has two DC control jacks, each one is selectable to link with
input functions for the main room or multi room.
You can select MAIN ROOM, MULTI ROOM or OFF for DC1 & DC2
independently by < or > button.
And then press OK button and move the cursor to select the linked
input function you desired by < or > button and press OK button to
chose.
Notes:
When the DC CONTROL OUTPUT is selected for the multi room,
the multi room must be turned on previously.
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Select the type of front speakers with < or > button.
Select the type of center speaker with < or > button.
Select the type of surround speakers with < or > button.
Select the surround center speaker YES or NO with
< or > button.
SUBWOOFER: Select the subwoofer speaker YES or NO with < or
> button.
The home theater system you already have installed should function
provided that there are left, center and right front speakers, left and
right rear/surround speakers and a subwoofer. For best results we
recommend that all front speakers be of the same type, with identical
or similar driver units. This will deliver smooth pans across the front
sound stage as the action moves from side to side.
Your center channel speaker is very important as over 80 % of the
dialog from a typical motion picture emanates from the center channel.
It should possess similar sonic characteristics to the main speakers.
Surround channel speakers need not be identical to the front channel
speakers, but they should be of high quality.
The surround center speaker is useful for playback of Dolby Digital
Surround EX or DTS-ES. One of the benefits of both Dolby Digital
(AC-3) and DTS is that surround channels are discrete full range,
while they were frequency limited in earlier “Pro Logic’ type systems.
Bass effects are an important part of home theater. For optimal
enjoyment a subwoofer should be used as it is optimized for low
frequency reproduction. If you have full range front speakers,
however, they may be used in place of a subwoofer with proper setting
of the switches in the menu system.
SUB WOOFER
LEFT
Notes:
The SUBWOOFER cannot be set to NO when the front speakers
are set to SMALL.
This speaker size setup is not effective when the SOURCEDIRECT or 7CH. Input is selected.
SPKR SETUP 2/3 (SPKR DISTANCE)
RIGHT
CENTER
Use this parameter to specify the distance of the speaker’s position
from the listener.
The delay time is automatically set according to these distances.
SURROUND-L
UNITS: You can select Meters or Feet.
If you select “ft”, the setting parameter will change in 1 foot
steps.
If you select “m”, it will change in 0.3 meter steps.
Select speaker with ^ or v button, and input each speaker’s
distance with < or > button.
When the input for each speaker’s distance has been finished,
move the cursor to ENTER and press the OK button.
SURROUND-R
SURROUND CENTER
If possible, mount the surround speakers on the walls to the sides of
the viewing area, 2-3 feet above seated viewers, firing straight across
at each other.
Notes:
Placement beyond that distance is beyond the range of the
automatic time delay feature.
The delay feature does not function in the SOURCE-DIRECT ,7
CH-Input modes and decoding of 96 kHz sources.
SPKR SETUP 1/3 (SPKR SIZE)
SPKR SETUP 3/3 (SPKR LEVEL)
SETUP: Select “LOCKED” with < or > button in order to lock the
contents of the SPKR SET UP MENU.
Then, when you want to change the contents of this setup,
select “UNLOCKED”.
SPKR SIZE
This menu enters the information about which type of speakers will be
used for each channel.
In turn, these settings will determine which speakers receive low
frequency information.
For the purpose of establishing proper bass reproduction, use the
LARGE settings if the speaker being used at any position is a
traditional full-range loudspeaker that is capable of reproducing sound
below 100 Hz and you are not using a subwoofer.
Use the SMALL setting for smaller, frequency-limited speakers that are not
able to reproduce sounds below 100Hz and you are using a subwoofer.
Low frequencies will be diverted from the speaker to the subwoofer.
Note that when “small” speakers are used it is advisable to install a
separate subwoofer, especially if you wish to appreciate the full
impact of a good home theater soundtrack.
If the Surround speakers or Center speaker will not be used, set
NONE for each speaker. The NONE setting will send the audio for the
channel to other speakers.
SPKR LEVEL
TEST MODE: Selects the mode for generating the test tone.
If you select AUTO, the test tone will be cycled through
in a circular pattern which is Left → Center → Right →
Surround Right → Surround Center → Surround Left →
Subwoofer → Left → ... 3 seconds for each channel.
If you select MANUAL, press the OK button to select the
test tone channels after the “TEST TONE ON”.
TEST TONE: Press the < or >button, ON is indicated and the test
tone starts from the front L-CH speaker.
Press the < or > button again on this item. OFF is
indicated and the output of the test tone will stop.
Channel: Adjust the level of test tone for each channel with the < or
> buttons of the RC7200SR. The current volume level is
shown at the center of the display.
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Notes:
Test tone does not generate when the SOURCE DIRECT function
is turned on.
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FRONT -L/R :
CENTER :
SURR-L/R :
SURR.CENTER :
SPEAKERS SETUP
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SURROUND MODE
MULTI ROOM SETUP
SOURCE DIRECT : Switch the source direct ON or OFF with < or >
button. This bypasses the surround processing
and crossover for the main speakers (front left
and right will be full range and the subwoofer will
be ON)
Note: Surround mode cannot be changed in
Source Direct mode.
SURR-MODE : Select the surround mode with < or > button.
NIGHT MODE : Switch the NIGHT MODE ON or OFF with < or >
button.
Selecting the Night Mode ON is effective in Dolby
Digital only, and it compresses the dynamic
range.
This softens loud passages such as sudden
explosions, to help prevent disturbing others late
at night.
LFE LEVEL : Select the output level of the LFE signal included
in the Dolby Digital signal or the DTS signal.
Select 0dB, -10 dB or OFF with < or > button.
The level is ordinarily set to 0 dB. When use DTS
music source, LFE level is set to -10 dB.
MULTI ROOM : To switch on the Multi-room output.
VIDEO : Select the video source of the Multi-room
output.
AUDIO : Select the audio source of the Multi-room
output.
VOLUME : Select whether the Multi-room output level
is variable or fixed.
VOLUME LEVEL : Adjust the Multi-room output level.
MAIN ROOM STATUS : Selected input source in the main room will
be displayed.
Notes:
If “VOLUME” is set to “FIXED”, the multi-room output level cannot
be adjusted.
You cannot transmit a digital signal using the multi-room function.
Any source component that is desired to be operated in the second
zone needs to have the analog outputs connected to receiver.
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
Desired channels can be selected by pressing ^ or v button.
Each channel level will be adjusted by pressing < or > button.
Only the usable channels which are determined depending on the
SURROUND mode, and SPEAKER SETTING are displayed.
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3. Recalling a Preset Station
1. Press the F/P button !6 to change the display to preset.
2. Select the desired preset station by pressing TUNING/PRESET
or button !5 on the front panel or press CH or CH button ⁄2
on the remote.
LISTENING TO THE TUNER
MANUAL TUNING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
To select the tuner as the source, press the TUNER button t on
the front panel or press the TUNER button , on the remote
control unit.
Press the TUNER button t on the front panel or press the
TUNER button , on the remote control unit to select the desired
frequency band if required.
Press the F/P button !6 on the front panel to display the frequency.
Press the TUNING/PRESET or button !5 on the front panel or
press the ^, v button ⁄0 on the remote control unit.
If FM is selected, press the MODE button !7 on the front panel or
select T-MOD by the Jog Dial n and press the ENT button m in
the TUNER mode on the remote controller.
Note:
To directly access the preset stations using the numeric keypad,
select the desired preset station by entering one or two digits using
the numeric keypad ⁄7.
To return to the Manual Tuning mode, press the F/P button !6.
4. Preset Scan Tuning (Using the remote control unit)
1. Select the SCAN by the Jog Dial n and press the ENT button m
in the TUNER mode on the remote controller. (The preset station
with the smallest preset number is recalled first. If no stations have
been preset, “NO PRESET” shows in the display and the unit
returns to the previous mode.)
2. Preset stations are recalled in sequence (CH-1 → CH-2, etc.) for 5
seconds each. Preset numbers that do not contain stations are
skipped.
3. You can fast forward the preset stations by pressing the CH
button continuously.
When the desired preset station is received, cancel the preset scan
operation by pressing the CH button or the CLEAR button ⁄5.
(FM) MODE BUTTON OPERATION
When “AUTO” indicator is on in the display, FM stations that broadcast
in stereo will be received in stereo and the “STEREO” indicator lights.
When “AUTO” indicator is off, all the FM stations will be received in
mono regardless of whether or not they are broadcasting in stereo.
AUTO TUNING
1.
2.
5. Clearing Preset Stations
You can remove preset stations from memory using the following
procedure.
1. Recall the preset number to be cleared with the method described
in “Recalling” a preset station.
2. Press the CLEAR button !3 on the front panel or CLEAR button
⁄5 on the remote control unit for 3 seconds or more.
“CLEAR” appears on the display to indicate that the specified
preset number has been cleared.
Press the F/P button !6 on the front panel to display the frequency.
Press the TUNING/PRESET or button !5 on the front panel
for more than 1 second to start the Auto tuning function.
AUTO TUNING (USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)
Press ^, v button ⁄0 for more than 1 second to start the Auto tuning
function.
PRESET TUNING
With this unit you can preset up to 30 FM/AM (MW/LW) stations in any
order. For each station, you can memorize the frequency and
reception mode if desired.
6. Frequency Direct Call
1. Select F-DIR by the Jog Dial n and press the ENT button m in
the TUNER mode on the remote controller.
2. Display shows “FM– – –.– –MHz” (at FM mode).
3. Input your desired frequency with tenkeypad buttons on the
remote controller.
Eg) 98.1 MHz
Press 9, 8, 1 and 0
4. Press the ENT button m again.
1-a. Manual Presetting
1. Refer to the “MANUAL TUNING” or “AUTO TUNING” section
above to tune in a desired station.
2. Press the MEMORY button !4. “MEMORY” indicator starts blinking
on the display.
While “MEMORY” is still blinking (approx. 5 seconds), select the
preset number by pressing the TUNING/PRESET or button !5
then press the MEMORY button !4 again.
3. When a number has been properly input, “MEMORY” indicator
stops blinking and goes out.
The station is now stored in the specified preset memory location.
1-b. Manual Presetting (Using the remote unit)
1. Tune in a desired station.
2. Press the MEMO button ⁄6.
3. Enter the desired preset number with ten keypad ⁄7.
4. Then, press MEMO button ⁄6 again to store.
2. Auto Presetting
This function automatically scans the FM and AM (MW/LW) band and
enters all stations with sufficient signal strength into the memory.
1. Press and hold down the MEMORY button !4 and TUNER button
t simultaneously for 3 seconds or more.
2. “MEMORY“ will blink on the display.
3. Each time the tuner finds a station, the scanning will pause and
memory. Auto presetting will starts.
4. Operation stops automatically when all 30 preset memory
positions are filled or when auto scanning attains the highest end
of all bands.
To stop the auto preset function at anytime, press the CLEAR
button !3.
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BASIC OPERATION
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STATION NAME PRESET (on PRESET display mode)
PROGRAMME TYPE (PTY) DISPLAY
The station name preset function allows the name of each preset
channel to be entered using alphanumeric characters. The Station
Name button is valid only in the tuner mode. Before station name
preset operation, store stations with the preset memory operation.
1. Press the MEMORY button !4 on the front panel or MEMO button
⁄6 on the remote for more than 3 seconds.
2. The left most column of the station name indicator flashes,
indicating the character entry ready status.
[Operation (Using the SR7200)]
3. When you press the TUNING/PRESET or buttons !5 is
turned, alphabetic and numeric characters will be displayed in the
following order:
A → B → C ...Z → 1 → 2 → 3..... 0 → – → + → / → (Blank) → A
UP →
← DOWN
4. After selecting the first character to be entered, press the
MEMORY button !4. The entry in this column is fixed and the next
column starts to flash. Fill the next column and press the
MEMORY button !4 for more than 1 second to confirm the entry.
The RDS system categorizes programmes according to their genre
into different programme type (PTY) groups. To display the
programme type information of the current station, select the PTY by
the Jog Dial n and press the ENT button m in the TUNER MODE on
the remote controller.
PTY AUTO SEARCH
Your receiver is equipped to automatically search for stations
transmitting any of 29 different programme types. To search for a
PTY, follow these procedures:
1. Select the PTY button by the Jog Dial n and press the ENT
button m in the TUNER MODE on the remote controller. The
current station’s PTY will be displayed, or the currently selected
PTY group will be displayed in blinking if no station or RDS data is
present.
2. To change to a new PTY type, press the CH / button ⁄2 until the
desired PTY is shown in the display.
To select a specific PTY type, use the ten key pad ⁄7 on the
remote control to select the programme type corresponding to the
numbered choices in the table on the following.
3. Once the desired PTY group or type has been selected, select the
PTY by the Jog Dial n while the display blink (approx. 5
seconds). The PTY Auto search will start, and the tuner will pause
at each station broadcasting RDS PTY information corresponding
to the selected choice.
4. To advance to the next RDS station with the desired PTY, selcet
the PTY by the Jog Dial n again within 5 seconds.
[Operation (Using the remote unit)]
First, press the TUNER button on the remote control unit.
(This operation is not necessary if the remote control unit has
already been operated in the TUNER mode.)
3.
Enter the character using the ten keypad ⁄7. For example, to
enter “A”:
1) Press the “1” button. “A” appears on the display column.
2) Every time the 1 button is pressed, the displayed character
changes in the order: A → B → C → 1 → A...
Pressing buttons other than the “1” button cause different
characters to be displayed in a similar way, so that other
alphanumeric characters can be entered. To enter a blank or
space, press the “0” button.
When the desired character is displayed, press the MEMO button
⁄6 to confirm the entry in this column and move to the next
column. After having filled all of the 8 columns, press the MEMO
button ⁄6, for more than 1 second to confirm the entry.
DISPLAY
PROGRAMME TYPE
1
POP
Pop Music
2
ROCK
Rock Music
3
MOR
M. O. R. Music
4
LIGHT
Light classical
5
CLASSIC
Serious classical
6
NEWS
News
7
AFFAIR
Current Affairs
8
INFO
Information
9
SPORT
Sport
10
EDUCATE
Education
11
DRAMA
Drama
12
CULTURE
Culture
13
SCIENCE
Science
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OTHERS
Varied
Some RDS stations broadcast RADIO TEXT, which is additional
information on the station and programme being broadcast.
RADIO TEXT information appears as ‘running’ text in the display.
RADIO TEXT is transmitted character-by- character by the radio
station. As a result of that it may take some time until the entire text
has been completely received.
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OTHER
Other Music
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WEATHER
Weather
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FINANCE
Finance
4.
NUMBER
RDS OPERATION
Now in use in many countries, RDS (Radio Data System) is a
description of the station’s programming hidden space in the FM
signal.
Your new receiver is equipped with RDS to assist in the selection of
FM stations using station and network names, rather than broadcast
frequencies. Additional RDS functions include the ability to search for
programme types.
RADIO TEXT
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CHILDREN
Children’s programmes
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SOCIAL
Social Affairs
RDS DISPLAY
20
RELIGION
Religion
When a receiver is tuned to an FM station that is transmitting RDS
data, the Front Panel Information Display will automatically show the
station name or RDS TEXT in place of the typical display of the
station’s broadcast frequency.
To change the display, select the DISP by the Jog Dial n and press
the ENT button m in the TUNER MODE on the remote controller.
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PHONE IN
Phone In
22
TRAVEL
Travel
23
HOBBIES
Hobbies
24
JAZZ
Jazz Music
25
COUNTRY
Country Music
26
NATION
National Music
27
OLDIES
Oldies Music
PS (Program Service Name)
RT (RADIO TEXT)
Frequency
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28
FOLK
Folk Music
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DOCUMENT
Documentary
OTHER FUNCTIONS
NORMAL PLAYBACK
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the POWER ON button on the remote.
Press the FUNCTION SELECTOR button t on the front panel or
press the FUNCTION button , on the remote unit to select an
input source.
Turn the SURROUND MODE SELECTOR knob e on the front
panel or Surround mode buttons ⁄7 in the AMP MODE on the
remote unit to select the desired surround mode.
Adjust the volume level using the VOLUME knob r on the front
panel or press the VOL
/
button . on the remote. If
necessary, adjust the tone, select the TRB+, TRB– and BAS+,
BAS– by the Jog Dial n and press ENT button m in the AMP
MODE on the remote unit.
Set the sleep timer while the power is turned on.
1. Turn the power ON and press the SLEEP button o.
2. Press the SLEEP button o the number of times to set the desired
sleep time in minutes.
Each press of the SLEEP button o or changes the display in the
following order:
30
(OFF)
90
60
* While the sleep timer is activated, the remaining time can be
displayed for approximately 2 seconds by pressing the SLEEP
button o.
* To cancel the sleep timer, press the SLEEP button o and then
press the CLEAR button !3.
LISTENING TO A DIFFERENT AUDIO SOURCE WHILE
WATCHING A VIDEO SOURCE (Using the remote control
unit)
2.
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The unit will shut off in the number of minutes indicated.
Notes:
• In case of remote control operation, press one of the function
buttons twice within 2 seconds to select the function.
• Tone control is available for following surround modes.
AUTO (except 96 kHz), STEREO, DOLBY PRO LOGIC and DTS.
1.
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TV AUTO ON/OFF FUNCTION
Select one of the following video sources
TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS/VCR2 or AUX.
Next, select one of the following audio sources
FM, AM (MW/LW), CD, TAPE, or CD-R/MD.
This function allows the component connected to the TV IN jack to
control the power (ON/OFF) to the SR7200.
AUTO POWER ON
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Be sure TV auto mode is enable. (Refer page 10 : System Setup 1/3)
Connect your TV TUNER (etc) to the TV IN terminal.
Be sure to connect the video input.
Turn OFF the power to the TV TUNER and the SR7200 will be in
standby mode.
Turn ON the TV TUNER and tune in a receivable station.
When the station is received, the SR7200 turns ON and TV is
selected automatically.
AUTO POWER OFF
1.
2.
In the above situation, turn the TV TUNER OFF or select a
channel that does not contain any broadcast.
The SR7200 switches to STANDBY after approximately 5
minutes.
Note:
AUTO POWER OFF is canceled if the FUNCTION SELECTOR
button t is set to a source other than TV. The function reactivates
when TV is selected again.
Caution:
Some TV broadcasts may cause the TV AUTO FUNCTION to be
turned enable. To set this function to ENABLE/DISABLE, refer to
the SETUP MENU.
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PLAYBACK OPERATION
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MULTI ROOM SELECTOR
ON SCREEN DISPLAY INFOMATION
The Multi Room Selector is a function which allows you to listen to the
same or a different source in a room other than the room in which the
SR7200 is located. To use this function, a multi room remote unit and
remote control signal receiver available from your Marantz dealer are
necessary. The operations possible with the multi room function are
explained briefly below. For details, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the multi room remote control unit and receiver.
The on-screen display, which can be activated by the Main unit or
remote, appears on the TV screen to show the current setting status of
the SR7200.
Note:
Each video input function is set PAL or NTSC for TV format of
OSD.
If this setup does not meet the video input signal, character of OSD
can not synchronize.
So You can select these format function by function.
Press OSD button ⁄7 on the remote controller for 3 seconds or
more. "PAL" or "NTSC" will be shown on the display of SR7200,
press OSD button ⁄7 again to change the TV format.
The indication on FL display will change " PAL" → " NTSC" →
"PAL"→.
This setup is memorized with each video input function.
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR OPERATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the MULTI ROOM button !1 . The unit enters multi room
mode and the display indicates “SEL SOURCE” and flashes the
“MULTI ROOM” indicator for approx. 5 seconds. In this time, you
can select the input source by pressing the FUNCTION
SELECTOR button t.
Then, the display indicates “M/VOL xx dB”. At this time, you can
set the volume level of the multi room by turning the volume
control knob.
Then, the display indicates “MULTI PAL”. At this time, you can set
PAL or NTSC for second zone TV format of OSD. Press OSD
button ⁄7 on the remote control unit. “MULTI PAL” or “MULTI
NTSC” will be shown on the display of SR7200.
Then, the display indicates “M/SLEEP OFF” and you can set
sleep timer for multi room by pressing by the SLEEP button o.
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
When the OSD button ⁄7 is pressed, the current setting are displayed
on the TV monitor.
This display disappears automatically in about 5 seconds after the
button is pressed.
Note:
If the multi room function is to be set using the remote control unit,
select the settings on the MULTI ROOM SETUP screen in the OSD
MAIN MENU. (Refer to page 12.)
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR OPERATION (USING THE MULTI
ROOM REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)
1.
If Video output for multi room is connected to the TV in your
second zone, the on screen display for this video signal will be
shown as follow.
q VIDEO SOURCE:
Displays the current video source being selected with the function selector
TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS or AUX.
w AUDIO SOURCE:
Displays the current audio source being selected with the function selector
FM, AM (MW, LW), CD, TAPE, CD-R, TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS or AUX.
e DIGITAL INPUT:
Displays the digital input that you are using
DIG-1, DIG-2, DIG-3, DIG-4 or DIG-5.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the POWER ON button, or select the desired source on
multi room remote control unit from the MULTI ROOM. Any of
these operations will put the SR7200 into multi room mode and
“MULTI ROOM” indicator will light and OSD system for the TV in
the multi room will be shown.
Press the VOL.UP or VOL.DOWN button on the multi room
remote control unit to set the desired sound volume.
In multi room mode, the multi room remote control unit can be
used in the multi room to operate the following functions.
You can select a tuner preset channel and tuning up or down, and
direct selection. And you can control the CD player, DVD player
VCR and tape deck connected to the SR7200.
Additionally, SLEEP timer function for multi room is available from
second zone, by pressing the SLEEP button on the multi room
remote control unit.
The status of the main room setting can be monitored from the
second zone with the OSD.
r SURROUND MODE:
Displays the current surround mode
AUTO, STEREO, 6CH STEREO, VIRTUAL, MATRIX, STADIUM,
HALL, MOVIE, CS5.1, 6.1 CH SURR, PLO LOGIC, PLII MUSIC,
PLII MOVIE, DTS
t MULTI ROOM
Displays the current status of the Multi Room function, ON or OFF.
y MASTER VOLUME
Displays the current volume level.
The volume level is higher at the right of the display.
Note:
The On-Screen Display signals for the main room can be output
from the TV MONI composite video (RCA) output and the TV
MONI, S-Video and TV MONI component video output jacks.
With some video equipment or software, the On-Screen Display
characters may be distorted due to noise or tracking adjustment
error.
Caution:
If the main room and the secondary room are listening to the tuner,
the main room will have priority over controlling that source. For
example, you cannot change the frequency or preset of the Tuner
from a remote location if the main room is also listening to that
source.
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5.SLEEP TIMER
When a function selector button or surround mode button is pressed
VIDEO: Displays the current video source. When TV, DSS,
DVD, VCR1 or AUX is selected with the function
selector, both AUDIO and VIDEO shows the same
name.
AUDIO: Displays the current analog audio input source.
DIGITAL: Displays the current digital input source.
SURR-MODE: Displays the current Surround mode as follows;
When the SLEEP button o is pressed, the setting on or off and the
remaining time of the sleep timer function are displayed.
You can change the mode between on, off and the amount of time to
elapse before the unit will shut itself off by cycling the SLEEP button o.
AUTO
STEREO
6CH STEREO
VIRTUAL
MATRIX
DTS
STADIUM
DOLBY PL II
MOVIE
HALL
DOLBY PL II
MUSIC
DOLBY
PRO LOGIC
6.1CH
SURROUND
CS 5.1
MOVIE
6. OSD OFF
When OSD button ⁄7 is pressed, OSD system will be bypassed after 3
seconds.
Then there is no indication on the TV display.
Press the OSD button ⁄7 again to activate the OSD.
3. MASTER VOLUME CONTROL
Displayed when the MASTER volume is varied or a button of the
remote control unit is pressed.
4. MUTE
When the MUTE button !2/⁄3 is pressed, “MUTE ON” will be shown on
screen.
Pressing MUTE button !2/⁄3 again will show “MUTE OFF” on screen,
and return to the previous volume level.
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2. FUCTION SELECT & SURROUND MODE
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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC7200SR
NAMES OF PARTS & FUNCTIONS
MAIN FEATURES & FUNCTIONS
c
POWER
• PROGRAMMABLE LEARNING FUNCTION
ON
Can easily be programmed to learn the codes for almost any other
infrared-based remote, allowing the remote control functions for many
different components to be consolidated conveniently in a single unit.
v
OFF
ON / OFF
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
MACRO
z
x
MODE
b
• PRESET CODES
Function buttons already contain preset codes (using the RC-5/RC-6
remote control language) for other remote-controllable Marantz audiovisual component.
• LUMINOUS BUTTONS
m
The remote controller uses luminous buttons which store light allowing
it to be used even in the darkened.
ENT
ENT
n
• LARGE, EASY-TO-READ DISPLAY
Large LCD (liquid crystal display) messages and other information at a
glance.
⁄0
CH
• JOG DIAL
⁄6
⁄5
• MACRO CAPABILITY
Macro function allows the remote controller to be programmed to
execute complex strings of multiple commands using a single
keystroke.
.
DVD
CD
The function selected by Jog Dial (displayed on the LCD) can be
operated directly by the enter button.
.
VOL
OK
⁄2
CD-R/MD
DSS
TV
VCR
AUX
LD
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
CLEAR
MEMO
DTS
AUTO
GUIDE
MUTE
CS5.1
6.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
,
⁄3
⁄4
⁄1
⁄7
• NAME ASSIGNMENT
Allows one to change the (displayed via the LCD) name for a function
button.
Names of Buttons & Functions
z MODE button
Used to change the operation mode of the remote controller. Pressing
this button cycles the remote controller through USE → LEARN →
NAME → USE, with the currently selected mode displayed on the
LCD.
x MACRO button
Used to switch the remote controller in and out of the MACRO mode,
which is used to program complex operational sequences (macros),
with the currently selected mode displayed on the LCD.
c Power ON and OFF buttons
Used to turn the main system component (usually a preamplifier or
receiver) ON and OFF.
v Source ON/OFF button
Used to turn specific sources (such as DVD players, etc.) ON and OFF
independently from the rest of the system.
b LCD
Used to display information about currently selected modes and
functions.
n Jog Dial
Used to select the operation content for each source. 10 types of
direct operation are possible for each of the 11 functions including
DVD, TV, AMP, etc. After selecting the desired function, press either
of the ENT button m to transmit the signal.
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⁄8 Infrared Transmitter/Receiver Window
Used to execute a function selected with the Jog Dial n.
There are 2 ENT buttons, one on each side, so that the remote
controller can be used just as easily with either hand.
The characters on the display can also be programmed.
Used to transmit remote control signals based on beams of infrared
light to system components. To ensure that these signals are properly
received, make sure that this window is pointing in the general
direction of the infrared receiver on the amplifier or other components.
This window should also be pointed toward the source remote
controller when using Programmable Learning function.
, Function buttons
Used to switch the remote controller to the command sets for specific
sources (amplifier, receiver, etc.), thereby allowing a single remote
controller to control up to 11 different components. To use these
buttons to switch the amplifier’s source, press the desired button twice
within 2 seconds. The AMP button , is used only to switch command
set of the remote controller itself and therefore does not transmit any
signal. Further, the function buttons may also be programmed to
execute macros. (A macro allows a complex string of operations to be
performed in series simply by pressing a single button.) One button
can be programmed to learn sequences containing up to 10
commands. The following is an example of such a sequence that can
be activated automatically using a macro:
Turn the receiver ON → Switch the function to DVD → Set the
Surround Mode to Dolby Digital → Switch the TV to video input → Set
the DVD player to Play.
. VOLUME
up /
Note:
The MODE z, MACRO x, and < • 3 (CURSOR/TRANSPORT
CONTROL switching) ⁄1 cannot be programmed.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Information about currently selected functions and modes is displayed
on the LCD. Pressing any buttons will call up a full display of
information on the status of that function or mode. This display will
disappear after approximately 1 minute, except for the Function
Name indicator a, which is always displayed.
a
down buttons
Used to adjust the volume on receivers and other components
equipped with volume control.
⁄0 CURSOR/TRANSPORT CONTROL buttons
Used to operate on-screen and other displays used by receivers and
other components, as well as to operate the PLAY, STOP, PAUSE,
NEXT, and PREVIOUS functions of each source.
b
i
j
c
e
d
h
f
⁄1 < • 3 (CURSOR/ TRANSPORT
CONTROL switching) button
a Function Name indicator
Used to switch the function of the CURSOR/ TRANSPORT
CONTROL buttons ⁄0 b etween the CURSOR and TRANSPORT
CONTROL functions, with the currently selected function displayed on
the LCD when the DVD or VCR functions are selected. When
functions other than DVD or VCR are selected, the < • 3 button
remains inactive.
b Command Name indicator
⁄2 Channel
up /
g
Displays the name of the currently selected function (DVD, TV, etc.)
using up to 5 characters.
Displays up to 10 types of commands for each function using up to 5
characters.
c Command Page indicator
down buttons
Used to controls the up/down function of tuner, or allows one to cycle
through the tuner presets.
Allows confirmation of current command page. Also, when setting or
transmitting macros, displays information such as the number of
macro steps and the time intervals between command transmissions.
⁄3 MUTE button
d Transmission indicator
Used to temporarily mute the sound for amplifiers, receivers, etc.
Indicates when the remote controller is transmitting a signal.
⁄4 GUIDE button
e USE indicator
Used to call up the on-screen menus used to control DVD players,
digital satellite systems (DSS), and other menu-equipped systems.
For normal operation the USE indicator is displayed.
⁄5 CLEAR button
f LEARN indicator
Used to clear the contents of memory or programmed functions.
Indicates when the remote controller is in the LEARN mode.
⁄6 MEMO button
g NAME indicator
Used to program your CD player’s track memory, or to enter a VCR
recording program, and can be used to provide the MEMO function
included with other components in your system.
Indicates when the remote controller is in the NAME mode and a
function name is being changed.
h MACRO indicator
⁄7 Ten-Key pad/Surround Mode buttons
Indicates when the remote controller is in the MACRO mode.
Used to enter numeric digits, useful for finding a specific track on a
CD, or to tune a preset radio station, etc. When the function is set to
AMP, it is possible to choose Surround Mode, etc.
i CURSOR indicator
Indicates when the CURSOR/TRANSPORT CONTROL button is in
the cursor mode.
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m ENT buttons
BASIC OPERATION
Indicates when the < • 3 (CURSOR/TRANSPORT CONTROL
switching) ⁄1 is in a transport control mode such as PLAY, STOP, etc.
• If the LCD flickers when a button is pressed in order to transmit a
command or when in the LEARN mode, the transmission or learning
is not possible. In such a case, please replace the batteries.
• This remote controller uses non-volatile memory, so that learned
codes and macros will be preserved even if the batteries are
removed.
USE MODE
The remote controller will normally be used in the USE mode.
It comes preset with codes commonly used to control 11 types of
components manufactured by Marantz and Philips, including DSS,
DVD, TV, LD, VCR, AUX, TUNER, CD, TAPE, CD-R/MD, and AMP,
as well as many others that utilize the RC-5 remote control language.
1.
Press once one of the Function buttons , to change to another
component’s commands, such as DVD button.
DVD
CD
LD
CLEAR
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
MEMO
DTS
AUTO
2.
3.
4.
CD-R/MD
TV
DSS
GUIDE
MUTE
CS5.1
6.1
DVD will be displayed on the LCD and the function codes will be
set to operate the DVD player, and if you double clicked the DVD
function button, the preamplifier or receiver’s input will be
changed as well.
Now you can operate the DVD player. When a button is pressed,
the
symbol indicates that a remote code is being transmitted.
is not displayed if a button for which no code has been set is
pressed.
The Jog Dial n is used to select any one of up to 10 direct
operations that can be performed for each of the 11 functions (DVD,
TV, AMP, etc.). Rotate the Jog Dial n to select one of these
commands. The number of the current page is indicated by - .
Page numbers cycle up or down, for example
→
→
→
→ etc. or
→
→
→
→ etc. depending on which way the
Jog Dial n is rotated.
The last page position for any given command function is retained
in the memory even if the remote controller is switched to the
command function for another component. (Last Memory)
If it is left for approximately 1 minute without pressing any buttons,
all items on the LCD will go off except the function indicator.
Even if the display goes off, the remote controller will hold the
page position and other data. The display may be activated again
by pressing any button.
LEARN MODE
The remote controller is capable of learning and memorizing the
remote control codes used by almost any other remote controller you
may already own.
• If no commands have been programmed for a particular function
button, the remote controller will transmit whatever codes have
been factory preset.
• The following example shows how to program your remote
controller and how to use the codes for a DVD player.
• The remote controller infrared receiver is located at the top of the
remote controller.
NO GOOD
MODE
Side View
Side View
DVD remote
control unit
RC7200SR
5 cm
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MACRO
OFF
SOURCE
MODE
RC7200SR
MACRO
SOURCE
ON / OFF
ON
POWER
OFF
remote
RC7200SR DVD
control unit
POWER
DVD remote
control unit
Top View
ON / OFF
OK
Top View
ON
2.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button
z until the LEARN indicator is displayed. Each time you press
this button, the mode will cycle through LEARN → NAME → USE.
Stop when the LEARN indicator starts to blink.
Place the DVD’s remote controller so that its infrared signal
transmitter is facing the infrared signal receiver on the Marantz
remote controller at a distance of about 5 centimeters (2 inches).
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
1.
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
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J CONTROL indicator
DVD remote
control unit
RC7200SR
DVD
CD
DSS
LD
CLEAR
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
MEMO
DTS
GUIDE
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CS5.1
6.1
Press the PLAY button ⁄0 (3 OK). The LEARN indicator changes
from blinking to continuously lit.
CH
OK
CD
5.
Let’s use the example of setting
as the TITLE code for the DVD
player.
1. Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button
z until the LEARN indicator is displayed and starts to blink.
2. Place the DVD player’s remote controller so that its infrared
transmitter window is facing the infrared signal receiver window
on the Marantz remote controller at a distance of about 5
centimeters (2 inches).
3. Press the DVD Function button ,.
4. Rotate the Jog Dial n left or right until
is displayed, then press
the ENT button m.
• The LEARN and NAME indicators will both be displayed.
CD-R/MD
TV
AUTO
4.
PROGRAMMING THE JOG DIAL
Press the DVD Function button ,.
DVD
VOL
CD-R/MD
Press and hold the PLAY button on the DVD player’s remote
controller. The remote controller has finished learning the
command when OK appears on the LCD a.
5.
• If AGAIN appears on the LCD, some error has prevented the
command from being learned. If this happens, simply repeat
the procedure from step 4.
• In the rare event that NG appears on the LCD, it means that
the remote controller you are attempting to learn from uses
special signals that cannot be learned by the Marantz remote
controller.
6.
7.
8.
Follow the same procedure to make the remote controller learn
the ten-key ⁄7 operation used by the DVD player’s remote
controller.
Repeat the procedure from step 3 to have the remote controller
learn the signal codes for the other components such as TV, VCR,
etc.
• If no buttons are pressed for approximately 1 minute while in
the LEARN mode, the remote controller automatically returns
to the USE mode.
• When programming the function buttons, first switch to the
desired function, then press the button again.
Press the TITLE button on the DVD player’s remote controller
continuously until OK is displayed on the Marantz remote
controller’s LCD, indicating that the programming has been
completed.
• If AGAIN appears on the LCD, some error has prevented the
command from being learned. If this happens, simply repeat
the procedure from step 4.
When the programming has been completed, the remote
controller automatically switches to the NAME mode.
The left hand position on the LCD b blinks, indicating the
character in the name to be rewritten.
• If you do not wish to rewrite the name, simply press the OK
Cursor button ⁄0.
• If you wish to rewrite the name, input the desired characters
using the ten-key pad ⁄7. The part of the display that is being
rewritten may be selected using the < and > Cursor buttons
⁄0 . When you are finished rewriting, press the OK Cursor
button ⁄0.
To simply erase already existing characters, press the 0
button to replace them with a blank space.
When you have finished programming the remote controller, use a
ballpoint pen or other sharp point to once again press the MODE
button z to return it to the USE mode. The LCD displays the USE
indicator, and the newly programmed codes now can be used.
6.
7.
If FULL is displayed on the LCD
If FULL is displayed on the LCD b when programming in the LEARN
mode, it means that the memory has become too full to hold any
further codes.
If FULL is displayed no matter how many times you attempt to enter
new codes, it means that the remote controller cannot accept any new
codes until some of the previously learned codes are deleted to make
space in the memory. Select unneeded codes for each of the Jog Dial
control n and Function buttons ,, which show FULL and delete
them from the memory.
Note:
The power ON and OFF buttons c can only be programmed to
learn one type of code, regardless of the function button that has
been selected.
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(Refer to next section on rewriting names)
Use the same procedure to program the codes for other 1-6 with
the Jog Dial n.
When finished programming the codes for each of the buttons,
use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button
z to return the remote controller to the USE mode. Once USE is
displayed on the LCD, the newly memorized codes are available
for use.
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3.
REWRITING NAMES
7.
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This remote controller allows the names accessible by Jog Dial
control n to be rewritten with new ones of your choosing.
• Rewriting of names is performed for each individual function.
• Let’s use a DVD player as an example to show how to change the
’s “OSD” to “F-OSD”.
1.
2.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button
z to switch the remote controller to the NAME mode. The NAME
indicator blinks.
Press the DVD Function button ,.
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CD
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3.
4.
Follow the same procedure to enter “-OSD”. When finished, press
the OK Cursor button ⁄0 . Pressing OK permanently fixes the
newly written characters.
TV
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
MEMO
DTS
• Up to 5 alphanumeric characters may be entered in the
Command Name indicator of the LCD.
• To rewrite the names of the other items in the Command
Name indicator, use the Jog Dial n to select the desired
command and repeat from step 5.
CD-R/MD
GUIDE
MUTE
CS5.1
6.1
8.
Use the Jog Dial n to select the page for which you wish to enter
a new name.
The character on the left-hand side of the Command Name
indicator on LCD b will flash, indicating that it is the character
ready to be rewritten. New characters entered will be written over
the top of the current character so that the current character is
erased.
Use the < and > Cursor buttons ⁄0 to select the characters to be
rewritten.
When you are finished rewriting, use a ballpoint pen or other sharp
point to press the MODE button z to return the remote controller
to the USE mode. The USE indicator is displayed on the LCD,
and the newly programmed codes now can be used.
POWER
SOURCE
ON
OFF
ON / OFF
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
MACRO
MODE
ERASING PROGRAMMED CODES
(Returning to Factory Presets)
Codes that have been programmed into the memory can be erased in
4 ways: by button(s), by function(s), by Jog Dial command, and by
erasing all memory contents.
5.
Ten keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
6.
1.
Use the ten-key pad ⁄7 t o select the desired alphanumeric
characters.
Pressing the number buttons on the ten-key pad will cycle through
the alphanumeric characters as follows:
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MODE button
z to switch the remote controller to the LEARN mode, so that the
LEARN indicator is blinking on the LCD.
Note:
Erasing of programmed codes is only possible in the LEARN
mode.
2. Erasing by Button(s)
To erase the codes and names programmed for any button, press
and hold the CLEAR button ⁄5, then press the button to be erased
twice. This will return the button to its factory presets or leave it
empty if no factory presets are available.
Jog Dial codes may be erased in the same way, by pressing and
holding the CLEAR button ⁄5 while using the Jog Dial n to call
up the command to be erased, then pressing one of the ENT
buttons m on either side of the Jog Dial n twice. This will return
the button to its factory presets or leave it empty if no factory
presets are available.
To erase codes programmed for the CLEAR button ⁄5 , simply
press the CLEAR button ⁄5 continuously for 3 seconds.
As an example, let’s clear the PLAY command from the DVD
player command set.
Press, press again, press again, etc.
A→B→C→1→A
D→E→F→2→D
G→H→I→3→G
J→K→L→4→J
M→N→O→5→M
P→Q→R→6→P
S→T→U→7→S
V→W→X→8→V
Y→Z→/→9→Y
SPACE → + → — → , → ’ → 0 →SPACE ( )
For example, to enter the letter “F”, press the 2-key on the ten-key
pad ⁄7 3 times in a row to cycle from D to E to F.
ENT
ENT
CH
Once the desired character “F” appears, press either of the < and
> Cursor buttons ⁄0 and the “F” will be permanently written over
the former character. Press the 0-key in order to replace
unneeded extra characters with spaces.
DVD
CD
CD-R/MD
DSS
TV
VCR
AUX
LD
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
CLEAR
1
GUIDE
MUTE
DTS
CS5.1
6.1
3
4
5
MEMO
AUTO
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OK
2
Erasing Jog Dial Codes
To clear all codes and names previously set for each of the
functions (DVD, TV, etc.).
1) Press the function you want to erase.
2) Hold down the CLEAR button ⁄5 and press both ENT buttons
m at the same time. LCD b will display CLR?.
ENT
5.
ENT
CH
VOL
OK
DVD
CD
LD
CLEAR
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
GUIDE
MUTE
DTS
CS5.1
6.1
MEMO
AUTO
If you wish to continue the clearing operation, press the OK
Cursor button ⁄0.
This will return the entire memory to its factory-presets, or leave it
empty for items for which no factory presets are available.
Accordingly, the LCD will return to the factory-preset display or will
simply be empty.
• To cancel the memory clearing operation, do not press the OK
Cursor button ⁄0 and simply touch any other button.
After the OK Cursor button ⁄0 is pressed, clearing the entire
memory will take approximately 5 seconds.
CD-R/MD
TV
DSS
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
3) If you wish to continue the clearing operation, press the OK
Cursor button ⁄0. This will return all 10 commands in the Jog
Dial to their factory presets, or leave them empty if no factorypresets are available. Accordingly, the LCD b will return to
the factory preset displays, or will simply be empty.
CH
PROGRAMMING MACROS
Macros make it possible to use a single function button to perform
more complex series of operations that would normally require
pressing several buttons. A single button can be programmed to
perform up to 10 steps in sequence. A typical example of such a series
might be as follows:
• Turn the main amplifier power ON → Switch the function to DVD →
Set the Surround Mode to Pro Logic → Switch the TV to video input
→ Set the DVD player to PLAY.
• No signals may be transmitted during macro programming.
• The various steps that make up a macro are set initially to be sent
one after another in 1 second intervals, however these intervals
may be shortened to as little as 0.5 seconds or lengthened to as
much as 5 seconds using the Setup mode.
• In the macro mode, the number of steps the macro contains is
displayed on LCD c. Macros may be programmed for each of the
11 function buttons, from DVD to AMP.
VOL
OK
DVD
CD
CD-R/MD
• Use a similar operation to erase the Jog Dial codes for each
function.
• To cancel the memory clearing operation, do not press OK
Cursor button ⁄0 and simply touch any other button.
4.
Erasing All Memory Contents
To clear all the memory contents and reset all codes and names to
their factory presets, press and hold the CLEAR button ⁄5, and
press both the power ON and OFF buttons c simultaneously.
ACLR? will appear on LCD a.
Erasing Code s by Function
To clear all codes and names previously set for each of the
functions (DVD, TV, etc.), press and hold the CLEAR button ⁄5,
then press the button for the function to be cleared twice. CLR?
will appear on LCD b. If you wish to continue the clearing
operation, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.
DVD
CD
DSS
TV
1.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO
button x until the MACRO and LEARN indicators are displayed
blinking on the LCD.
CD-R/MD
VCR
POWER
AUX
SOURCE
ON
LD
TUNER
TAPE
ON / OFF
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
CLEAR
1
GUIDE
MUTE
DTS
CS5.1
6.1
3
4
5
MEMO
AUTO
2
OFF
AMP
2.
This will return the button to its factory-presets or leave it empty if
no factory presets are available. Accordingly, the LCD b will
return to the factory preset displays, or will simply be empty.
• To cancel the memory clearing operation, do not press the OK
Cursor button ⁄0 and simply touch any other button.
• The codes for the < • 3 button ⁄1 cannot be cleared.
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MACRO
MODE
Press the Function button , for which you wish to program a
series of operations. In this case, let’s use the example of the DVD
player.
Press the DVD Function button ,. The LCD a will display DVDM.
Characters displayed on LCD a include the following, depending
on the function button for which the macro is being programmed:
LD-M, DVD-M, TV-M, DSS-M, VCR-M, AUX-M, TUN-M, CD-M,
TP-M, AMP-M, CDR-M (or MD-M for remote controller set for
MD).
• If a macro has already been set for the selected function button,
the LCD a will blink. Also, the number of steps in the macro is
displayed on LCD c.
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3.
3.
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Press the buttons for the operations you wish to program as a
macro in the sequence you want the macro to program them. The
name of the button pressed appears on LCD a. The number of
steps in the macro is displayed on LCD c and this number
increases by 1 with each button pressed.
For example, press DVD, PLAY.
Each function button can be programmed to perform up to 10
steps in sequence.
• If, while programming, no buttons are pressed for
approximately 1 minute, the remote controller will
automatically return to normal mode, and no macro will be
programmed in the memory.
3.
While pressing the VOL button ., use the ^ and v Cursor
buttons ⁄0 to call up the portion of the macro to be changed.
Pressing the ^ button advances through the macro steps and
pressing the v button regresses through the macro steps.
CH
DVD
CD
DSS
CH
DVD
CD
LD
CLEAR
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
GUIDE
MEMO
DTS
AUTO
4.
CD-R/MD
TV
DSS
CS5.1
TV
CD-R/MD
AUX
VCR
• To rewrite an existing macro step, simply press the button for
the new step. The old step will be erased and rewritten with
the new step.
• To insert a new step in between existing steps in a macro,
after step 3 press the MEMO button ⁄6 , then press the button
for the new step. The numbers of the other steps will be
adjusted accordingly to accommodate the new step. Since
only 10 steps may be stored in any macro, the tenth step will
be erased if an step is inserted when the total number of steps
is already 10.
VOL
OK
VOL
OK
MUTE
6.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
TUNER
LD
CLEAR
AMP
MUTE
GUIDE
DTS
AUTO
When you are finished programming macros, use a ballpoint pen
or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x. LCD a will
display END, and the display will return to normal.
• Macros cannot be programmed for the MODE z, MACRO x,
< • 3 ⁄1, VOL / ., MEMO ⁄6 or CLEAR ⁄5 buttons.
In the macro mode it is possible to program the memory to
perform macros containing up to 10 steps.
Each of the function operations (11 including CD, CD-R, etc.)
can be used in a macro more than once, however for all
except AMP, only the first function operation will be
transmitted as a signal from the remote controller.
Accordingly, within a single macro, it is not possible to switch
between multiple function operations. (This is to prevent the
switching of the receiver function operation.) Within a macro,
the second time a function operation is used, it will only be
used on the remote controller itself and no signal will be
transmitted to the component.
TAPE
MEMO
6.1
CS5.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
• To erase a step in a macro, after step 3 call up the number of
the step to be erased and press the CLEAR button ⁄5.
TUNER
LD
CLEAR
TAPE
AUTO
AMP
GUIDE
MUTE
DTS
CS5.1
6.1
MEMO
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
• If while editing macros no buttons are pressed for
approximately 1 minute, the remote controller will
automatically return to normal mode, and no macro changes
will be programmed in the memory.
4.
When you are finished editing macros, use a ballpoint pen or other
sharp point to press the MACRO button x. END will be displayed
on LCD a and the display will return to normal.
EDITING MACROS
Macros may be edited using following procedure.
1.
2.
USING MACROS
The following procedure will show how to use the function buttons for
which you have programmed macros.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO
button x until the MACRO and LEARN indicators are displayed
blinking on the LCD.
Press the Function button , to be changed. Let’s use the
example of the DVD player, by pressing the DVD Function button
,.
• DVD-M is displayed blinking on LCD a.
• The number of steps in the completed macro is highlighted on
LCD c. In this example there are 3 macro programs in
memory.
1.
Press the Function button , for the desired macro for 3 seconds.
MACRO is displayed on LCD a for approximately 1 second, after
which the number of steps in the macro is displayed on LCD c.
DVD
CD
DSS
LD
CLEAR
AUTO
CD-R/MD
TV
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
MEMO
DTS
GUIDE
MUTE
CS5.1
6.1
• The remote controller will do nothing if no macros are
programmed. The macro steps are executed in order and the
names of their buttons are displayed on the LCD. Also, the
step numbers displayed on LCD c disappear as each step is
executed.
2.
The
is highlighted if no macros have been programmed,
and the remote controller is ready for macro programming.
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After all macro commands have been transmitted, the remote
controller returns to normal mode.
• To cancel the transmission of a programmed macro, use the
Cursor buttons ⁄0 to press 7.
Example 2
Turn the main amplifier ON → Change the amplifier’s input source to
DVD → Set the Surround mode to DOLBY → Switch the TV to video
input → Set the DVD player to PLAY
Example 1
Change the input source for the amplifier to CD and play the 3rd track
on a CD in the CD player.
1.
1.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO
button x, then press the CD Function button ,. CD-M is
displayed on the LCD.
Use a ballpoint pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO
button x.
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SOURCE
POWER
ON
SOURCE
ON
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LEARNING REMOTE
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2.
MACRO
ENT
ENT
DVD
Press the DVD Function button ,.
• Here the DVD Function button , is used as the macro
button, but any function button can in fact be used.
3.
To set the various steps of the macro, press the following buttons
in order: POWER ON c, DVD ,, AMP* ,, 2 (DOLBY) ⁄7, TV*
,, VIDEO (use Jog Dial n to select VIDEO and press ENT
button m) , DVD* ,, 3 ⁄0.
When you are finished programming the macro, use a ballpoint
pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x. The
remote controller returns to normal mode.
LD
CLEAR
CD-R/MD
TV
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
DSS
DTS
Now, execute the macro you just programmed.
1. Press the DVD Function button , for 3 seconds.
The macro commands are transmitted in order, and the names of
the operations being performed are displayed on LCD a in order.
MUTE
GUIDE
MEMO
AUTO
6.1
CS5.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
MEMO
DTS
GUIDE
MUTE
CS5.1
6.1
• When executing this macro, function operations AMP*, TV*,
and DVD* only switch the command set of the remote
controller and no signal is transmitted to the component.
• To cancel the transmission of a programmed macro, use the
Cursor buttons ⁄0 to press 7.
OFF
MACRO
TV
LD
CLEAR
SOURCE
LEARNING REMOTE
CONTROL RC 7200SR
CD-R/MD
DSS
AUTO
POWER
ON / OFF
DVD
CD
When you are finished programming the macro, use a ballpoint
pen or other sharp point to press the MACRO button x.
ON
MODE
2.
4.
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OK
CD
MACRO
MODE
Press CD ,, 3 ⁄7, and 3 ⁄0 buttons.
CH
OFF
ON / OFF
OFF
ON / OFF
MODE
CLEARING MACRO PROGRAMS
The following procedure is used to erase macros you have
programmed into the remote controller’s memory.
1. Press and hold the CLEAR button ⁄5 , then the button for the
function , to be cleared (in this case DVD) for 3 seconds.
DVCL? will appear on LCD a. If you wish to continue the clearing
operation, press the OK Cursor button ⁄0.
Now, execute the macro you just programmed.
1. Press the CD Function button , for 3 seconds.
DVD
CD
CD-R/MD
DSS
TV
VCR
AUX
LD
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
DVD
CD
CLEAR
1
2.
GUIDE
MUTE
DTS
CS5.1
6.1
3
4
5
MEMO
AUTO
2
LD
CLEAR
The macro commands are transmitted to the components in
order, and the names of the operations being performed are
displayed on the LCD in order.
CD-R/MD
TV
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
DSS
GUIDE
MEMO
DTS
AUTO
CS5.1
MUTE
6.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
6
7
8
9
0
• To cancel the memory clearing operation, do not press OK
Cursor button ⁄0 and simply touch any other button.
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EXAMPLES OF MACRO PROGRAMS
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
BATTERY LIFE
LUMINOUS BUTTONS
• New batteries will last about 4 months assuming an average of 30
uses per day.
The buttons on this remote controller are designed to remain luminous
in dim lighting conditions. If the buttons are no longer luminous when
the remote controller is used in low light, recharge them by placing it
near a fluorescent or other light source for a sufficient amount of time.
This should return the buttons to their luminous condition.
Note:
The batteries shipped with the remote controller are for the
purpose of checking function and may not last as long as new
batteries.
SETUP
Switch the RC-5 destination or adjust the time interval between
transmissions of macro operations as follows:
1. While pressing the MEMO button ⁄6 , press the OK Cursor button
⁄0. This will switch the remote controller to the Setup mode.
CH
DVD
LD
CLEAR
CD-R/MD
TV
VCR
AUX
TUNER
TAPE
AMP
DSS
GUIDE
MEMO
DTS
AUTO
The remote controller (RC7200SR) uses 128-Kbyte large-capacity
non-volatile memory (EEPROM) and is therefore capable of learning a
maximum of 330 remote control codes. This applies only to Philips
RC-5 remote programming language codes, however, and depending
on the type of other codes that are programmed, the remote controller
can learn less than 330 codes.
VOL
OK
CD
NUMBER OF LEARNABLE CODES
CS5.1
MUTE
6.1
1
2
3
4
5
DSP
6-STEREO
2CH
OSD
SLEEP
The Setup mode includes the following items, which may be
accessed using the ^ and v Cursor buttons ⁄0.
• Switch destination (version) (VER)
• Adjust time interval between transmissions of macro
operations (MACRO)
VER: Switches the type of preset codes contained in the remote
controller .
LCD a displays VER, while LCD b displays either USA or REST.
USA means that the CD-R/MD Function button , is set to CD-R.
REST means that the CD-R/MD Function button , is set to MD.
Use the < and > Cursor buttons ⁄0 to select the desired version, then
press the OK Cursor button ⁄0. This will finish the operation and return
the LCD to its original state.
• To cancel the setting, press any button other than the Cursor
buttons ⁄0.
• To continue the setting, press the v Cursor button ⁄0.
Note:
Codes that have been programmed will not be erased even if the
VER setting is changed, however the NAME indicator displays
associated with the Jog Dial command will be changed. Also, the
Jog Dial commands for CD-R/MD functions that are contained
within macros will also change.
MACRO: Adjusts the time interval between transmissions of
macro operations
When the v Cursor button ⁄0 is pressed, LCD a displays MACRO,
while LCD b displays STEP.
One square (7) in LCD c is equivalent to an interval of 0.5 seconds,
allowing intervals of up to 5 seconds to be set. The remote controller is
set at the factory with an interval of 1 second, as indicated by
(77&&&&&&&&). Adjust the interval between transmission of
operation codes using the ^ and v Cursor buttons ⁄0, then press the
OK Cursor button ⁄0.
• To cancel the setting, press any button other than the Cursor button
⁄0.
• To continue the setting, press the v Cursor buttons ⁄0.
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Function Jog Dial command
VCR
1 REC
2 SLCT
3 2XPLY
4 SLOW
5 STIL
6 OTR
7 AUDIO
8 SKIP
9 VIS+
0 VISDSS/V2 1 DISP
2 PREV
3 SELCT
4 AUDIO
5 FAV
6 ALT
7 FTCH
8ANT
9 REC
0 OTR
AUX
1 No
2 No
3 No
4 No
5 No
6 No
7 No
8 No
9 No
0 No
DVD
1 OSD
2 TITLE
3 ZOOM
4 MENU
5 10+
6 SETUP
7 ANGLE
8 SUB-T
9 RESUM
0 AUDIO
Each of the 10 Jog Dial commands on the LCD has 5 character labels
attached for pre-programmed remote commands. These commands
can be used with various Marantz A/V components, or other
components using the Philips RC-5 remote control language.
You can easily replace the factory-supplied remote command codes
with different codes from other brands of component. Most of the
supplied functions apply to a wide variety of component from many
companies. The following list shows the remote code assignments for
the Jog Dial commands, for each of the 11 Function buttons, as
supplied from the factory. You can add or replace Jog Dial commands,
including re-naming them if you wish, in order to customize the remote
controller for your own particular selection of A/V components.
Function Jog Dial command
AMP
1 A/D
2 ATT
3 NIGHT
4 MR-ON
5 MR-OF
6 7-DIR
7 TRB+
8 TRB9 BAS+
0 BASTUNER 1 FM
2 AM
3 LW
4 T-MOD
5 SCAN
⊗ 6 STM
7 F-DIR
8 PTY
9 DISP
⊗ 0 DWR
TV
1 A/CH
2 100S
3 VIDEO
4 INFO
5 S-PIC
6 S-SND
7 S-CH
8 ADV
9 OSD
0 MENU
CD
1 DISC+
2 DISC3 TEXT
4 SHUFL
5 REPT
6 TRAY
7 AMS
8 TIME
9 FF
0 REW
⊗ LD
1 SID-A
2 SID-B
3 DISP
4 AMS
5 AUDIO
6 RPT-A
7 RPT-B
8 CP/F
9 EDIT
0 D/CX
TAPE
1 TP-A
2 TP-B
3 DIR
4 TIME
5 TRAY
6 AMS
7 REC
8 PAUSE
9
0
Note
switches analog/digital input
switches attenuator for analog input
selects NIGHT mode for Dolby Digital
turns multi-room mode on
turns multi-room mode off
activates 7-channel input
increases treble
decreases treble
increases bass
decreases bass
FM band
AM/MW band
Long Wave band
mono/stereo mode selector
programmed preset channel scan
selects station mode
inputs a frequency directly
selects PTY function
selects display function
selects DSR wave range
alternate channel
100's
selects video
information
smart picture
smart sound
smart channel
advance
activates on-screen display
menu
CD changer next disc
CD changer previous disc
activates text function
shuffle play function
repeat function
tray open/close
automatic music scan
time display elapsed/remaining/total
fast forward
rewind
side A
side B
display on/off
automatic music scan
selects audio mode
repeat A start point
repeat B stop point
selects chapter or frame
activates edit function
selects digital audio/analog audio/CX NR
selects tape deck A
selects tape deck B
auto reverse direction
time display
tray open/close
automatic music scan
record
pause
Note
record
selects TV or VCR
twice normal playback speed
slower than normal playback speed
still frame
one touch recording
audio track selector
skip to next program marker
VHS index search next
VHS index search previous
brings up on-screen channel marker
goes to previously selected channel
selects TV or VCR
audio track selector
favorite users and channel lists
alternate audio channel, languages
brings up on-screen channel logos
select broadcast or cable antenna
record
one touch recording
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
pre code data
activates on-screen display
selects title menu
zoom mode on/off
selects main menu
digit entry +10
selects setup menu
selects angle
selects subtitle
resume function
selects audio
For USA setups
Function Jog Dial command
CDR
1 INPUT
2 INCR
3 SYNC
4 REC
5 PROG
6 TRAY
7 DISP
8 FINAL
9 BLANK
0 REPT
Note
selects input source
increments track number
activates SYNCRO. recording
records pause
activates program mode
tray open/close
display mode
finalizes (writes TOC)
records blank
activates repeat mode
For REST setups
Function Jog Dial command
MD
1 REC
2 REPT
3 RANDM
4 DISP
5 EDIT
6 EJCT
7 LP
8 DEL
9 ENTER
0 SYNC
Note
records pause
selects repeat mode
random play
selects display mode
selects edit mode
eject
selects SP/LP mode
selects delete
selects enter
SYNCRO. recording
The marked “⊗” commands are not used for SR7200.
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JOG DIAL COMMAND FUNCTIONS LISTING
ENGLISH
SURROUND MODES
The SR7200 incorporates digital signal processors (DSP) which can reproduce various surround effects you experience in concert halls and movie
theaters, etc. These Surround Modes, are provided to reproduce a variety of surround sound effects, according to the content of the source to be played.
FEATURES
Surroud mode
1. AUTO
When this mode is selected, the receiver determines whether the digital input signal is Dolby Digital, PCM-audio or DTS.
Note:
When a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is input, the number of channels for which the corresponding signal is encoded will be
played.
Inputting a Dolby Digital two channel signal with Dolby surround status automatically subjects that signal to Pro-Logic
processing before play.
96 kHz source material can be playback in this mode.
2. STEREO
This mode bypasses all surround processing.
Stereo program sources the left and right channels play normaly when PCM-audio or analog stereo is input.
With Dolby Digital and DTS sources, the 5.1 multi-channels are converted to two channel stereo. 96 kHz source material can be
playback in stereo mode.
3. 2
This mode is used with source materials encoded in Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround.
Dolby Pro Logic II brings the excitement of surround sound to any stereo mix, while making existing Dolby Surround mixes
sound more like discrete 5.1 channels Surround sound.
Dolby Pro Logic II has below 3 modes.
MOVIE
This mode provides 5.1 channel surround sound from Dolby Surround encoded stereo movie sound tracks.
MUSIC
This mode provides 5.1 channel surround sound from conventional stereo sources, analog or digital, such as CD, tape, FM, TV,
stereo VCR, etc.
PRO
LOGIC
This mode emulated original Dolby Pro Logic decoding (3/1 surround) suit for Dolby Surround encoded stereo movie
soundtracks.
Note:
PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro Logic processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
When a signal in another format is input, output will be muted.
4. DTS
This mode is for DTS encoded source materials such as LASER DISC, CD, and DVD.
The DTS mode cannot be used when an Analog input has been selected. When the signal in another digital format is input,
output will be muted.
5. 6.1CH
Surround
This mode reproduces 6.1 channel sound field by extracting the surround center information from surround left and surround
right channels.
This mode is suited for 6.1 channel encoded material such as Dolby Digital Surround EX and DTS-ES.
Note:
Dolby Digital 5.1ch and DTS source material can be playback in this mode.
6. MOVIE
HALL
STADIUN
MATRIX
These modes provide surround effect processing from each input source material.
They will produce theater, concert hall and stadium like atmospheres. Select as your taste desires.
Note:
PCM-audio (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz) and analog source material can playback in this mode.
7. VIRTUAL
This mode create the virtual surround sound with the front right and left speakers.
Note:
The 96 kHz sampling frequency and DTS source material mutes output.
8. CS5.1
This mode is backward compatible, such that surround sound playback is possible from any stereo or passive matrix-encoded
material. Five full-bandwidth, discrete channels of information can be extracted from an enormous library of material not
encoded in Dolby Digital or DTS.
Note:
PCM-audio (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz) and analog source material can play back in this mode.
9. 6CH
STEREO
This mode is used to create a wider, deeper and more natural soundstage from two channel source material.
This is done by feeding the left channel signal to both left front and left surround speaker and the right channel signal to both
right front and right surround speaker. Additionally, the center channel reproduces a mix of the right and left channel.
Note:
The 96 kHz sampling frequency mutes output.
Caution for DTS signal:
This signal can be played when the connected DVD-player, laserdisc player or CD-player is capable of DTS-digital output. For
details, refer to the player's operation manual.
Caution for 96kHz PCM-audio signal:
This signal can be played when a DVD-player or DAT-player
connected to the SR7200 is capable of 96 kHz PCM output. For
details, refer to the player’s operation manual.
The signal can be played when STEREO or AUTO has been selected
for the Surround mode.
Some DVD formatted discs featured copy protect. When use such
disc, 96 kHz PCM signal is not output from the DVD player. For
details, refer to the player's operation manual.
Depending on the player used, DTS play may produce noise. If that
happens, set the Surround mode to DTS.
Playing a DTS-CD or DTS laser disc causes the player’s analog
output terminal to output noise. Before playing DTS sources, be
sure to connect the player’s digital output to the SR7200’s digital
input. Be careful when connecting the output of these players to
analog audio input.
Note that the SR7200 has the following restrictive functions built in
to reduce noise emission as much as possible.
If DTS is selected while in the Surround mode, digital input cannot
be switched to analog input. When the analog input function has
been selected, Surround mode cannot be switched to DTS.
While signals from DTS-laser disc or CD are playing in another
Surround mode, you cannot switch to digital input or from digital
input to analog input.
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The surround mode is selected with the surround mode selector knob of the SR7200 or the remote control unit. However, the sound from the
speakers depend upon the relationship between the selected surround mode and the input signal. They are as follows;
Surround Input Signal
Mode
Auto
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
Stereo
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
2
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Movie
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
2
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Music
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
2
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Pro Logic Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
DTS
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
6.1Ch
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Surround Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
Movie
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Hall
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Stadium Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
Matrix
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
Virtual
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
CS5.1
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
6CH
Dolby Digital (5.1ch)
Stereo
Dolby Digital (2ch)
Dolby Digital (2ch:Lt/Rt)
96kHz PCM
PCM(Audio)
Analog
DTS (5.1ch)
Note:
•
•
•
Output
L/R SL/SR C SC SW Input Indicator
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
ANALOG
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
(ANALOG)
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
(ANALOG)
O
O
O O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
DIGITAL
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O O
O
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
O
O
O O
O
DIGITAL
O
O
O O
O
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
DIGITAL
L/R : Front speaker
SL/SR : Surround speaker
C : Center speaker
SC : Surround center speaker
SW : Sub woofer speaker
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt): signal with Dolby Surround flag Speakers are full set.
When DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, PCM or ANALOG is blinking, the selected surround
mode is unavailable for input signal. Select the other appropriate surround mode to
playback.
No sound outputs from the surround speaker, center speaker and subwoofer if
the DVD disc has no surround data.
Fluorescent Indicator
Format Status & Surround Mode
Temporary Display Status
DOLBY, DIGITAL, AUTO
>AUTO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, AUTO
>AUTO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC, AUTO
>AUTO>
PCM, STEREO, AUTO
>AUTO>96kHz>
PCM, STEREO, AUTO
>AUTO>
STEREO, AUTO
>AUTO>
DTS, AUTO
>AUTO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, STEREO
>STEREO>
DOLBY. DIGITAL, STEREO
>STEREO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, STEREO
>STEREO>
PCM, STEREO
>STEREO>96kHz>
PCM, STEREO
>STEREO>
STEREO
>STEREO>
DTS, STEREO
>STEREO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>DOLBY D>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>
(PCM), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>96kHz>
PCM, DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>
DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>
(DTS), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MOVIE>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>DOLBY D>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>
(PCM), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>96kHz>
PCM, DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>
DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>
(DTS), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PLII MUSIC>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>DOLBY D>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>
(PCM), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>96kHz>
PCM, DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>
DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>
(DTS), DOLBY, PRO LOGIC
>PRO LOGIC>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DTS
>DTS>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DTS
>DTS>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DTS
>DTS>
(PCM), DTS
>DTS>96kHz>
(PCM), DTS
>DTS>
DTS
>DTS>
DTS
>DTS>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL)
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL)
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
(PCM)
>6.1 CH SURROUND>96kHz>
(PCM)
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
DTS
>6.1 CH SURROUND>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL), DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
(PCM), DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
PCM, DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
(DTS), DSP SOUND
>MOVIE/HALL/ STADIUM/MATRIX>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PROLOGIC, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
DOLBY, DIGITAL, PROLOGIC, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
(PCM)
>VIRTUAL>96kHz>
PCM, DOLBY, PROLOGIC, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
DOLBY, PROLOGIC, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
(DTS), DOLBY, VIRTUAL
>VIRTUAL>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL)
>CS5.1>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL)
>CS5.1>
(DOLBY, DIGITAL)
>CS5.1>
(PCM)
>CS5.1>96kHz>
PCM
>CS5.1>
>CS5.1>
(DTS)
>CS5.1>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>6CH STEREO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>6CH STEREO>
DOLBY, DIGITAL
>6CH STEREO>
(PCM)
>6CH STEREO>96kHz>
PCM
>6CH STEREO>
>6CH STEREO>
DTS
>6CH STEREO>
Ch. Status
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R, SC
L,R
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R, SC
L,R
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R,SC
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R,SC
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R,SC
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R, SC
L,R
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
L,R
L,R, SC
L,R
L,C,R,SL,SR,LFE
( ): The indicator blinks
L
R
C
SL
SR
SC
LFE
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: Left
: Right
: Center
: Surround Left
: Surround Right
: Mono Surround
: Low Frequency Effect
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The relation between the selected surround mode and the input signal
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the unit does not operate properly, check items shown in the following table.
If your trouble cannot be recovered with the remedy actions listed in
the following table, malfunction of the internal circuitry is suspected;
immediately unplug the power cable and contact your dealer, nearest
Marantz distributor or the Marantz Service Center in your country.
In case of trouble, check the following before calling for service:
1. Are the connections made properly ?
2. Are you operating the unit properly following user’s guide ?
3. Are the power amplifiers and speaker working properly ?
SYMPTOM
SR7200 cannot be turned up.
CAUSE
REMEDY
The power plug is not connected.
Connect the power plug to the outlet.
No sound and picture are output Mute is on.
even when power is on.
The input cable is not connected correctly.
The master volume control is turned all the way down.
The function selector position is wrong.
Cancel mute using the remote control unit.
See the connection diagram and connect the cables correctly.
Adjust the master volume.
Select correct position.
Sound and pictures from other Input cable connected incorrectly.
than equipment selected with the
function selector.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the connection diagram.
Sound from the wrong channel is Speaker cable connected incorrectly.
output from the speaker.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the connection diagram.
No sound is output from the center The center speaker cable connection is incomplete.
speaker.
STEREO has been selected for Surround mode.
Connect the cable correctly.
When STEREO is selected for Surround mode, no sound will be
output from the center speaker. Set another Surround mode.
Make the correct setting.
Center = NONE has been selected in SETUP mode.
No sound is output from the The surround speaker cable connection is incomplete.
surround speakers.
STEREO has been selected for Surround mode.
No output to Sub Woofer Out.
Surround = NONE has been selected in SETUP mode.
Connect the cable correctly.
When STEREO has been selected for Surround mode, no sound will
be output from the surround speaker. Set another Surround mode.
Make the correct setting.
Sub-woofer = NO has been selected in SETUP mode.
Select Sub-woofer = YES.
Surround mode cannot be changed. The headphones are connected to the jack.
Disconnect the headphones. (When headphones are connected,
Surround mode will be fixed to STEREO.)
Noise is produced during DTS- Analog has been selected for input.
encoded CD or laser disc play.
Be sure to perform digital connection, select digital input, then play.
DTS sources cannot be played.
Select other mode.
Use a player which responds to DTS-digital out.
Surround mode is set to DOLBY.
The DVD or LD player is not DTS digital out capable.
Player skips during play of a DTS Data error occurred during player skip.
source and produces noise.
Set Surround mode to DTS.
A 96kHz PCM signal cannot be The disc player is not 96kHz PCM digital out capable.
played.
Surround mode is set to other than STEREO and AUTO.
Use a player that responds to 96kHz PCM digital out.
Set Surround mode to STEREO or AUTO.
A normal PCM signal (CD or laser Surround mode is set to DTS.
disc) cannot be played.
Select other mode.
A Dolby Digital signal cannot be Surround mode is set to DTS
played.
Select other mode.
A s p e c i f i c c h a n n e l d o e s n o t Nothing recorded on source.
produce output.
Check the encoded channel on the source side.
FM or AM reception fails.
Correctly connect the indoor FM and AM antennas to FM and AM
antenna outlets.
Antenna connection is incomplete.
Noise is heard during AM reception. Reception is affected by other electrical fields.
Try changing location where the AM indoor antenna is set up.
Noise is heard during FM reception. The radio waves from the broadcasting station are weak.
Install an FM outdoor antenna.
Cannot get programmed station Preset data has been erased.
when the PRESET button is
pressed.
Disconnecting power plug for long periods of time will erase preset
data. If that happens, input the preset data again.
Nothing appears on the remote Batteries are consumed.
commander display.
Replace all the batteries with new ones.
Control with the remote control unit Batteries are consumed..
Replace all the batteries with new ones..
fails.
Remote controller's function-key setting is wrong.
Select different position from which equipment will be controlled.
The distance between this SR7200 and the remote Move closer to this SR7200.
commander is too far.
S o m e t h i n g i s b l o c k i n g SR7 2 00 a n d t h e r e m o t e Remove offending object.
commander.
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GENERAL MALFUNCTION
If the equipment malfunctions, this may be because an electrostatic
discharge or AC line interference has corrupted the information in
the equipment memory circuits. Therefore:
- disconnect the plug from the AC line supply
- after waiting at least three minutes, reconnect the plug to the AC
line supply
- re-attempt to operate the equipment
Memory backup
• In case a power outage occurs or the power cord is
accidentally unplugged, the SR7200 is equipped with a
backup function to prevent memory data such as the preset
memory from being erased.
The memory functions are backed up for up to about one
week.
NOTE:
First of all keep SR7200 Standby or Powered-on more than 6
hours, to sufficient time for memory back up.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range ................................................................................................................................................. 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ............................................................................................................................................. IHF 1.8 µV/16.4 dBf
Signal to Noise Ratio .................................................................................................................................... Mono/Stereo 76/72 dB
Distortion ..................................................................................................................................................... Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3 %
Stereo Separation ........................................................................................................................................................ 1 kHz 45 dB
Alternate Channel Selectivity ................................................................................................................................ ± 300 kHz 60 dB
Image Rejection ........................................................................................................................................................ 98 MHz 70 dB
Tuner Output Level ............................................................................................................................. 1 kHz, ± 40 kHz Dev 500 mV
AM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range ............................................................................................................ LW: 152 - 282 kHz, MW: 522 - 1611 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio .............................................................................................................................................................. 50 dB
Usable Sensitivity .................................................................................................................................................... Loop 400 µV/m
Distortion .................................................................................................................................................. 400 Hz, 30 % Mod. 0.5 %
Selectivity ................................................................................................................................................................ ± 18 kHz 60 dB
AUDIO SECTION
Continuous Power Output (8 ohms / 20 Hz - 20 kHz)
Front ................................................................................................................................................................................. 110 W
Center ............................................................................................................................................................................... 110 W
Surround ........................................................................................................................................................................... 110 W
THD Front (20 Hz - 20 kHz) ..................................................................................................................................... 8 ohms 0.05 %
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Linear ........................................................................................................................................................... 340 mV/ 47 Kohms
Signal to Noise Ratio
Linear .............................................................................................................................................................................. 105 dB
VIDEO
Television Format ........................................................................................................................................................... NTSC/PAL
Input Level/Impedance .......................................................................................................................................... 1 Vp-p/ 75 ohms
Output Level/Impedance ....................................................................................................................................... 1 Vp-p/ 75 ohms
Video Frequency Response ........................................................................................................................ 5 Hz to 8 MHz (– 1 dB)
S/N .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 dB
GENERAL
Power Requirement ............................................................................................................................................... AC 230 V 50 Hz
Power Consumption (STEREO MODE RATED POWER) .................................................................................................... 350 W
Dimension (MAX)
Width ............................................................................................................................................................................... 440 mm
Height ............................................................................................................................................................................. 164 mm
Depth .............................................................................................................................................................................. 400 mm
Weight ............................................................................................................................................................................. 14.9 Kg
ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Unit RC7200SR ....................................................................................................................................................
AA-size batteries ............................................................................................................................................................................
FM Feeder Antenna .......................................................................................................................................................................
FM Antenna Converter ...................................................................................................................................................................
AM Loop Antenna ...........................................................................................................................................................................
Registration Card ...........................................................................................................................................................................
User Guide .....................................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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